COPPELL HIGH SCHOOL WEEKLY UPDATE

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SPRINGER SAYS...

Parents and students,

It has been a fast and furious week. Thanks to every student that took and AP, IB or EOC test this week. To see our students get out of bed so early to test for college credit or an IB Diploma has been so uplifting. It all just speaks to the importance we place on education in our community and schools. Thanks to every student and every parent that support all children's success.

We have 10 days of school left after today. We have so many events taking place these next two weeks. Let's all stay focused and "Finish Strong"!


Have a great week everyone.

Much love,

Ms. Springer

THIS WEEK'S EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES

WEEK OF May 16- May 22


May 16 (B Day) - Spirit Wear

IB - SPANISH HK & SL LISTENING COMP

6:00pm National Arts Honor Society Awards Night


May 17: Tuesday: (A Day)

IB - CHEMISTRY HL/SL PAPERS 1 & 2

6:30pm National Honor Society Induction Ceremony


May 18: Wednesday:(B Day) Pink Wednesday -

8:00am Athletic Signing Ceremony

IB - BIOLOGY HL/SL PAPERS 1 & 2

Project Graduation Tshirt pick up all Lunches

6:30pm Senior Pinning Ceremony

5:30 Lariette Spring Social

6:30pm Coppell Ride of Silence


May 19: Thursday: (A Day) - Professional attire or Jeans

IB - FRENCH HL/SL PAPERS 1 & 2 READING COMP

End of Year PTSO Lunch

6:00pm HOSA Awards Night


May 20: Friday (B Day) Spirit Wear

IB - FRENCH HL/SL PAPERS 1 & 2 LISTENING COMP

SENIOR AWARDS - 9AM TO 1PM

5:00 pm Choir Awards Night


May 21: Saturday

Band Solo Contest


May 22: Sunday

Enjoy some time with your family and friends!

Here is the link to the Guide to Graduation Day. In this brochure you will find information on graduation tickets, parking, what to wear, graduation photos and more. Please read it carefully so that you may provide your friends and family the relevant information.

Parents and Seniors: PLEASE SEND IN YOUR SLIDE FOR GRADUATION WITH YOUR PICTURE AND YOUR FUTURE PLANS!

Just a note, if you are going to submit a slide, you must do so in the seniors account.

Reminders and Deadlines for Senior Events:

Graduation Pronunciation: Please fill out this form to let us know how you would like your name pronounced at Graduation. PRONUNCIATION FORM

If you would like to see the teacher's in person about pronouncing your name, here is the breakdown


Teacher

Mr. Bowden has alpha order A-DA and is in room C231

Mr. Brock has alpha order DE - KA and is in room C103

Mr. Vanderschee has alpha order KE - NA and is in room B121

Mr. Sykes has alpha order NC - SHAH and is in room C201

Mrs. Kennedy has alpha order SHAIK - Z and is in room A108



Senior Slide Show for Graduation
https://forms.gle/a2FgYZgeozoEYsfu8


Do not forget about your submission. We use this slideshow at the beginning of graduation to showcase our senior class to parents, families and friends. Please submit a picture of yourself and what you are doing next year. You ​may be in the workforce, college, military or a technical school! We want to honor everyone. We need time ​to put his all together for our 900 graduates. Please be a part of this ​so ​that your parents see your picture on the ​big board out at the field on the night of graduation.



STOLES AND TASSELS: Only Need a Stole and Tassel: Come to Ms. Springer’s office

Stoles are $15 and tassels are $10 - cash only!


Senior Pinning Ceremony: May 18th

When? May 18th at 6:30pm
What? Seniors choose ONE person who has impacted/encouraged them during their school career.


Project Graduation

PICK UP YOUR PROJECT GRADUATION SHIRTS ON MAY 18TH DURING ALL LUNCHES.


When? May 26th 6:00pm-10:00pm at The Sound

Please bring your student ID or government issued ID (such as a driver’s license) to the Project Graduation senior event. Identification will be verified at check-in for the event.

Text books and iPads

Seniors and Underclassmen: All textbooks are due and must be turned in at this time without incurring fines.


Seniors: there will be a delay in getting your diploma if you have textbooks or iPads that are outstanding on your account. Please turn in your items in a timely manner. Please sign out of your iCloud account and bring it to the HELLO screen, before you turn it in. All accessories that you were given at check out (pen, keyboard, cord and charger) must be turned in with your iPad to not incur a fine.

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Art takes you places!

Shraavya's cyanotype won "Best in Show" in the 2022 SPARK competition and was awarded a $1000 scholarship! See the work at Love Field Airport through the summer. Congratulations Shraavya and kudos to Michelle Hauske, her art teacher.

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Thursday Night Lights at CHS bring a win for Cowboys Baseball!

Coppell wins 5-2 against Dallas Jesuit in Game 1 of the Class 6 A Region 1 Area Playoffs. Game 2 is tonight at Jesuit! Let's go Cowboys!

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Freshman reaches new heights at Low Brass Competition!

Congratulations to freshman tuba player, Edward Yang! Edward was named the winner of the High School Division of the North Texas Low Brass Camp Competition! Way to go!!

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Yearbook honors seniors!

The first book off the presses was given to the Yearbook leadership. They have done an outstanding job to put together this year's Round Up. Get ready to see it in person as Yearbook distribution will be on May 23rd from 9am-3:30pm.

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Coppell Ride of Silence

Please join us for the Coppell Ride of Silence to honor those who have been injured or killed while cycling, including our local friends. Coppell hosted our first ride 15 years ago. We will again depart from Coppell High School at 185 W. Parkway, Coppell, TX 75019 at 6:50 pm on May 18. Our ride is about 11 miles around the city, and we will follow all ROS rules. This is a powerful, meaningful way to show support for cycling safety in our community.
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CHS Counselors' Update

Here is the newsletter from the Coppell High School Counselors giving you an update on important information for the upcoming school year. It includes information on critical dates, transcripts, mentoring, dual credit and more.


COUNSELOR MAY NEWSLETTER

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