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May 22, 2017

CHS SCHOLAR ATHLETE

Congratulations to Gabrielle Enns on being named a Scholar Athlete Finalist at last week’s AIA Champions Luncheon! In addition to having a 4.8 GPA, Gabrielle earned a perfect score on the ACT and is a National Merit Finalist. She is part of CHS’s State winning cross country and track teams. Gabrielle will attend MIT next year to study Mechanical Engineering and run cross country and track.

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BOYS VOLLEYBALL RECOGNITION

Congratulations to Coach Bobby Robson, Premier Region and CUSD Coach of the Year! Additionally, the following CHS Boys Volleyball players were recently announced to All-Region and All-CUSD Teams:
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BIG MAN CHALLENGE WINNERS

The Wolves won the Corey Peter’s Big Man Challenge, and Chris Manoa was named MVP. Congrats, linemen!

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THIS WEEK’S home EVENTS

  • Monday, May 22nd: Choir Concert @ 7:00pm in the CCA Main

AVID CELEBRATION

AVID students were recognized last week at the 2017 AVID End-of-Year Celebration. CHS celebrated the twenty AVID Seniors who participated in the program multiple years, took CHS’s most rigorous classes, completed college research, worked on organization and study skills, and engaged in community service. 100% of the seniors were accepted into 4-year universities and will be attending ASU, U of A, NAU, GCU, and Penn State among others.


Additionally, the following students were named AVID Students of the Year: Alejandra Morales Jacome (9th), Jonathan Gutierrez (9th), Duy Nguyen (10th), Jose Angel Pineda (10th), Gisselle Barocio (11th), and Brieanna Sims (12th)

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STUDENT PHOTOGRAPHER

William “Trey” Lewis will attend SPOT 127 Boot Camp at KJZZ's Youth Media Center in June. High school participants will spend two weeks learning to report, write, shoot and edit audio and video stories with the latest equipment. It is an excellent opportunity for students to get hands-on production experience and to develop multimedia pieces.

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END-OF-YEAR CONCERTS

The month of May means many end-of-year performances and fond farewells to seniors. Last Tuesday’s Orchestra Concert included numbers by the Symphonic and Chamber Orchestras as well as songs by quartets and sextets. Wednesday night’s CHS Band Concert featured terrific numbers by Jazz Band, Concert Band, Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Bands. In addition to recognizing graduating seniors, CHS bid farewell to Mr. Harout Boyajian, who is leaving the Pack to conduct bands in Taiwan. Come and check out the Choir Concert tonight @ 7:00pm at the CCA. It’s the last concert of the year, and you don’t want to miss it!

MAKER MONTH 2017

Maker Month is the culminating event for the students enrolled in the Entrepreneurship class. Throughout the year, they conduct research, write a business plan, pitch their business plan to obtain funding and their license to operate on campus, create their products at the TechShop, and then launch their business on campus during Maker Month. It is what they have been working towards all year. Once they hit their break-even point in sales, everything else they make is theirs to keep. It is a pilot program for eventually starting their own business.

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CULINARY CAKE DECORATING LAB

Last week, CHS Culinary students participated in the Cake Decorating Lab, a definite favorite. Great job!

IB PAPA JOHN’S FUNDRAISER

Support CHS IB by ordering Papa John’s on Tuesday, May 23rd. Print the Papa John’s flyer to present during your visit.

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VOTE CHS FOOTBALL PROMO FOR TELLY AWARD

J2 Media is up to win the People's Telly Award for the promo they did for the Chandler Wolves football team. We need CHS fans to rate the video 5 stars! Voting can be done online.

Please rate the video, create an account, and confirm it through an email sent by the People's Telly. Let’s win this!

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INTERESTED IN HOSTING AN EXCHANGE STUDENT?

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This is what hosting an exchange student is all about. Opening your heart and your home and making a wish of experiencing life in America come true. Northwest Student Exchange is looking for families to host students for next school year. Hosting is an enriching experience, and most exchange students and families create lifelong friendships. For more information please feel free to contact Jeanette Carroll at jeanette.carroll@gmail.com or 480-310-9522.

STRATEGIES FOR SUCCESS

The Undergraduate Admissions Offices of Bryn Mawr College, Cornell University, George Washington University, Johns Hopkins University and University of Virginia invite you and your family to attend Strategies for Your Success: An Admissions Application Workshop.

The special program promises to engage high school students and their families with the college admissions application process. We will briefly introduce you to our institutions that practice and value selective admissions, while discussing the admissions process and other important topics including financial aid and resume and essay writing. We will also walk step-by-step through the admissions application, discussing what we look for and how we consider the many aspects of each student’s life. The workshop will conclude with a college fair.


STRATEGIES FOR YOUR SUCCESS:

AN ADMISSIONS APPLICATION WORKSHOP


Tuesday, May 23, 2017

6:00 – 8:00 p.m.

South Mountain Community Library

Library Community Room

7050 South 24th Street

Phoenix, AZ 85042


Please RSVP by visiting the meet colleges website.

FINAL REVIEW AND EXAM SCHEDULE

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IMPORTANT INFO FOR GRADUATING SENIORS

Graduation is right around the corner! Check out the senior webpage for more information.


Mark your calendars with these important dates leading up to graduation:

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HEALTH OFFICE END-OF-YEAR REMINDERS

All student medication must be picked up by a parent by 5/31. All medications not picked up will be destroyed.


Health Condition paperwork for the 2017-18 school year was mailed home. If you did not receive yours, or you have any questions – please see the Health Office. All paperwork is also available on the district website under Health Services.

2017-18 WOLF DAYS

Students will pick up their 2017-18 schedule during WOLF Days. All students should come prepared to pay class fees, prior year debts, lost textbooks (by cash, check, or Visa, MasterCard, and Discover), create a cafeteria account, acquire parking passes, make any necessary schedule corrections, and complete ID photos. WOLF Days schedule is as follows:
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Please allow 1-2 hours out of your day to complete the check-in process; we appreciate your patience. All students should report to the Cafeteria. You are urged to attend on the days specified; parking is available in the student drop off lot. This is located off of California St. north of Chandler Blvd. There is a signal light at California and Chandler Blvd.

28TH ANNUAL CASH FOR CLASSROOMS GRANT CAMPAIGN

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