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Vol. 3 Edition 9

Welcome to Week 9

In this edition

  • Schoolwide News: Early Release day on Wednesday & Activity Day on Friday. Purchase your yearbook; Tutoring Information; Mark your Calendars for the Halloween Safe Zone
  • College & Career: Check out the updates to the College and Career Hub!

Congratulations Students of the Week!

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Congratulations to our Staff Members of the Week!


Kelly Hicks

Meg Flood

Jennifer Rodriguez

Megan Masciarelli

Dani Sauerwein

Kim Rossman

Melanie Riggle

Alexis Bailey

Michele Fisher

Robert Stout

Jennifer Welling

Bernice Navarette

Garrett Gibson

Tim Mahoney

Diane Wakeman

Justine Hoch

Melissa Hardy

Kaley Balfour

Carol Donald

Jeffrey Marsh

Carlye Pelliccia

Jennifer Brown

Katherine Strok-Feely

Mike Johnson

Darrell Davis

Angela Devlin

Want to nominate a staff member of the week?

If you would like to nominate a staff member please use this form below!


Click here to nominate!

Weekly Calendar

WEEK 9: October 7-13th- HOMECOMING WEEK!

Monday - October 7th

COYOTE SPIRIT DAY

High School Quarterly Checks: English & Social Studies

11am- PHSC Advising Appointments

2pm- Lady Coyote Engineering in 3-102

2pm- Make-Up Crisis Training in Cafe for New Staff

5pm-8pm- Gifted Endorsement Training in 3-201

Athletics

6pm- MS Volleyball vs Centennial @ HOME


Tuesday - October 8th

80s to the Max

High School Quarterly Checks- Math and Science

C&D Lunch- Army Recruiter

2pm- National English Honor Society

2pm- Engineering Competition Club

Athletics

6pm- HS Volleyball vs AHS (SENIOR NIGHT)

6:30pm- MS Football @ Centennial


Wednesday - October 9th

High School Quarterly Checks: Math & Science

Cowabunga Classic Cartoons

EARLY RELEASE DAY


2pm-2:30pm- Class of 2020 Meetings in 4-226

Athletics

6pm- Swim vs AHS @ HOME

6pm- HS Volleyball @ Hernando


Thursday - October 10th

Throwback Tracks

Students Choose their Coyote Core

8am-2pm- Blood Drive

12:30pm- Navy Recruiter in C and D Lunch

2pm- Engineering Competition Club in 4-102

2pm-3pm- After-School Tutoring Sponsored by NHS in Media

Athletics

6pm- Boy's Lacrosse Parent Meeting in Media

7pm- JV Football vs Hudson @ Home


Friday - October 11th

GALLUP POLL In Middle School English Classes

Class Color Day

6pm- Homecoming Parade at the Football Track

Athletics

7:30pm- Varsity Football vs Dunedin HOMECOMING GAME


Saturday October 12th

8am- Cross Country SAC Championships

3:30pm- SWIM County Meet

7pm- 11pm- Homecoming Dance

Schoolwide News

Howlabration Information

In January we will host our Howlabration event to recognize the achievements of our middle school and high school students, including Straight A Honor Roll and A/B Honor Roll for Semester 1. Please note the Pasco County School District policy regarding eSchool, FLVS, and dual enrollment course grades in regard to Honor Roll:

“All grades posted for the semester will be used in the honor roll calculation. Students enrolled in one or more courses through Pasco eSchool, FLVS or dual enrollment may be eligible for honor roll recognition provided that grades are received and entered into myStudent by the time report cards are issued for brick and mortar courses. Students must have at least six (6) grades or a number of grades equivalent to three (3) credits posted for the current semester to be eligible for the semester honor roll designation.”

Please complete Semester 1 of your eSchool, FLVS, and dual enrollment courses prior to the end of the 1st semester to be considered for Honor Roll Recognition. More information on the Howlabration event will be provided next quarter.

Gallup Poll Information

On Friday, October 11, all Middle School students have the opportunity to have their voice heard by participating in the annually administered Gallup Poll. High school students get their chance to participate on Tuesday, October 15th. Parents, please encourage your student to participate anonymously in the Gallup Poll which measures and provides actionable data on four dimensions of student success: Engagement, Hope, Entrepreneurial Aspiration, and Career/Financial Literacy. Any student that is absent on the day of the poll will be provided the opportunity to participate when they return to school.


See below for an informational letter from the office of Mr. Kurt Browning.

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Quarterly Check Information

Quarterly Checks – 1st Quarter Information

Quarterly Checks are almost over!

Students will test as follows:

10/4 & 10/7 HS ELA & HS Social Studies
10/8-10/9 HS Math & HS Science
10/10-10/11 HS & MS Make-ups in Media Center

PSAT - National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test

All sophomores will participate for free in the PSAT-National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test on Wednesday, 10/30. This is an extremely important exam for our students as it provides access to the National Merit Scholarship program and many other scholarship opportunities.

In addition, the PSAT serves as a concordant score to the Algebra 1 EOC for any student that has not passed the FSA Algebra 1 EOC.


Freshmen or juniors that want to register should see Mrs. Larimore or Mr. Copeland in the Media Center. Cost is $23 ($5 for students who qualify for free-reduced lunch). Seniors are not eligible to take the PSAT.

FSA/EOC Individual Score Report Request

Individual Score Reports for all Florida Standards Assessments (FSA) and End of Course (EOC) assessments are now available. Parents/guardians may request a copy of their student’s FSA and/or EOC Individual Score Report to be delivered in one of four options:

  • Have a copy mailed to the address listed in myStudent
  • Parent/guardian may pick up a printed copy in the Main Office
  • Printed copy sent home with the student
  • Email a PDF copy to the parent/guardian email address listed in myStudent

To request a copy of the Individual Score Report, click on the following link or visit the Assessments tab on the CCMHS homepage.

FSA/EOC Individual Score Report Request Form

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Sports News

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Purchase your School Yearbook!!

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High School News

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