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Vol. 2 Edition 23

Welcome to Week 23

Students start to register for their classes this week during their English Classes!

In this Edition:

  1. Coyote Calendar- AP/DE Parent Night
  2. School Wide News: Tutoring Tuesday
  3. High School News: Parent Night
  4. Helpful Links: Links to Athletic Paperwork

Week 23: February 4- February 9

Monday February 4

Online Course Registration in English Classes

7:30am- PTSA Perk Up Parents

12:30pm- Marine recruiters in D Lunch

2pm- Robot C 1-226

2pm- 4-H Meeting in Media

2pm- Science National Honor Society Meeting 4-209

6pm- PTSA General Assembly & Guest Speaker

6pm- HS Boy's JV/V Basketball vs Pasco HS @ HOME

6pm- MS Boy's Basketball @ Stewart

Tuesday February 5

Online Course Registration in English Classes

9am- PHSC Concept College

2pm- After School Detention 3-224

2pm- Tutoring after school in media

2:30pm- National English Honors Society Meeting

6pm- Parent Night DE/AP

6:30pm- SAC Meeting in the Media

6pm- MS Girl's Soccer vs Stewart @ ZHS

Wednesday February 6

Bus Evacuation Drill before school

Submit Progress Report Grades

Online Course Registration in English Classes

All Day- Blood Drive in the gym

12-2pm- National Signing Day Ceremony in Media

2pm- MS Dance department auditions

2pm- Class of 2020 in 4-225

2pm- New teacher meeting

6pm- MS Boy's Basketball vs Pasco Middle @ HOME

Thursday February 7

Online Course Registration in English Classes

12:30pm- US Army Recruiter in D Lunch

2pm- HS dance department audtions in gym

2pm- TIC booster PD Day

5:30pm- HS Boys Basketball vs Indian Rock Christian @ HOME

6pm- MS Girl's Soccer vs Pasco @ HOME

Friday February 8

Progress Report

Online course registration in English classes

High School Solo & Ensemble @ MHS

MS/HS SGA Luncheon

2pm- Odyssey of the mind meeting in 3-107

6pm- HS Boy's Basketball @ Sunlake

Saturday February 9

HS Band Solo & Ensemble @ Mitchell High School

Homes for Heroes in Cafe

Under Armour Under the lights Flag Football

Coyote Students of the Week

Bianca Holguin

Madyson Wash

Sofia Gitli

Jayden Georgiev

Amy Bokoum

Nouri Clark

Julian Torres

Anabel Gonzalez

Zonaiah Combs

Jaiden Santiago

Donovan Perez

Gabriela Miranda

Ashley Wells

Eneida Hernandez

Alex Perex

Gunnar Gooch

Chayton Houseworth

Hannah Walker

Jordyn Yillik

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School News

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Vision Screening

The Florida Heiken Children’s Vision Program is very pleased to have the opportunity to work with your county in the 2018-2019 school year. We are very excited to announce that we have secured funding to allow us to provide a no cost eye exam and glasses to all Florida public school children able to be served by our mobile units at your school sites, even if the child has insurance or has passed a vision screening. It is very important for all children to receive annual eye exams to check to health of the eyes and detect any conditions that could prevent future vision loss and does not necessarily result in the need for glasses. We encourage you to distribute the Florida Heiken Children’s Vision Program Flyer / Consent form to all parents to give them the opportunity to apply for no cost vision services for their children. A minimum of 15 students at a school are required to schedule a mobile unit. Please note that this opportunity is only available on a mobile unit, insured children are not eligible to be issued vouchers to the in office providers. Parents can apply via our Heiken Portal in under 5 minutes at from their phone, tablet or computer in English, Spanish, Creole and Portuguese.


The SAC meeting scheduled for Tuesday, February 5th at 6PM, will be moved to February 5th at 6:30PM in the media center. This will allow for any members who have students interested in AP/DE to attend the parent night.

Parents and Students- Nominate a staff member of the week

Request a Birthday Song $5

Starting January 8th ; You can order the admin team Coyote Birthday Song for students in their lunch for 5.00 paid either by cash or checks made payable to CCMHS. Students will not only receive the birthday song by their administrators, but they will also receive a special treat. See attached flyer and order form for details. Please order at least 48 hours in advance for proper planning!

High School News

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Consider Advanced Placement for your Coyote

There are many reasons why students should take Advanced Placement, some of which include:

  • AP students learn essential time management and study skills needed for college and career success.
  • They dig deeper into subjects that interest them and learn to tap their creativity and their problem-solving skills to address course challenges.
  • Students who take AP courses send a signal to colleges that they’re serious about their education and that they’re willing to challenge themselves with rigorous coursework. 85% of selective colleges and universities report that a student’s AP experience favorably impacts admission decisions.
  • Research shows that students who take AP courses and exams are much more likely than their peers to complete a college degree on time.
  • Most colleges and universities nationwide offer college credit, advanced placement, or both for qualifying AP Exam scores.

To learn more about AP, please visit

To commit to AP at CCMHS, please fill out the following form
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Helpful Links

Athletic Paperwork