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Vol. 4, Week 25 - Student & Parent Edition

Week at a Glance: 2/22 - 2/26


Monday - February 22nd

Counselors in ELA classes for Course Registration

6th Period CC

5:30 - Boys Lacrosse vs. PHS

6:00 - JV Baseball vs. LOLHS

7:30 - Girls Lacrosse vs. PHS

Tuesday - February 23rd

Counselors in ELA classes for Course Registration

7:00 - SAC Meeting via Zoom

1st Period CC

2:30 - NHS Tutoring

6:30 - Softball @ Bishop

7:00 - Girls Lacrosse @ RRHS

7:00 - Girls Soccer at Regional Final vs. TBD (possible)

Wednesday - February 24th

Counselors in ELA classes for Course Registration

2nd Period CC

2:00 - Safety Committee Meeting via Zoom

3:00 - Boys Weightlifting @ SLHS

6:30 - V. Softball @ WRHS

7:00 - Boys Lacrosse @ Tampa Prep

7:00 - Virtual Howlabration Ceremony for Semester 1

Thursday - February 25th

Counselors in ELA classes for Course Registration

8:00 - Wrestling @ Regional Meet

3rd Period CC

2:00 - Class of 2021 Officer Meeting

2:30 - Senior Video Filming - Cafe

3:30 - Track @ CCHS

3:30 - Boys Tennis vs. GHS

3:30 - Girls Tennis @ GHS

7:00 - Girls Lacrosse @ All Saints

7:00 - V. Baseball @ SLHS

Friday - February 26th

Counselors in ELA classes for Course Registration

8:00 - Wrestling @ Regionals - Palm Bay

4th Period CC (Chick-Fil-a Leadership Academy)

3:30 - Boys/Girls Track @ AHS

7:00 - V. Baseball vs. ZHS




It is crucially important to think about your current status in Quarter 3. Now is the time to focus your energy on maintaining your current status if you are doing well, or to pick up some steam to finish strong! You have two choices every day - REPEAT your efforts, or EVOLVE! Here are some tips to finish strong!

  1. Procrastination is not your friend! Get your work done in a timely fashion and TURN IT IN!
  2. Study for tests and quizzes!
  3. Stay or get organized! Take some time to go through your backpack and clean it out - turn in any work you find immediately - any score is better than a zero!
  4. Sleep is important! We know you like to stay up late, but turn off those phones and get some rest - it will make you more alert during the day and help you stay focused!
  5. Talk to your teachers! Find out what you are missing if it is unclear. Ask them how you can improve your grades! They get up every day to come to work to teach you - they want you to succeed, but you have to put forth effort!
  6. Be positive and pat yourself on the back for any and all efforts to improve! You are all capable of amazing things - EVOLVE every day!

Virtual Bulletin Board for College, Career & Military Acceptance

CLICK HERE to keep up with our list of students who are College, Career & Military Bound! Congratulations, Coyotes!



It is here! Our ongoing, constantly available, online spirit store for our Coyote Nation! This spirit store will be available through our website at all times for any and all of your Coyote Spirit Wear needs! After we get this store up and running I will begin to solicit students and staff for input on additions to our site! CLICK HERE to check out all we have to offer, and make some purchases!


1st Semester Howlabration - Virtual

Student Howlabration Academic Award winners will be honored in their traditional or virtual classrooms next week and receive their invitation to our virtual Howlabration Ceremony featuring their photographs and award details. The Virtual Howlabration Ceremony will also recognize our Honor Roll students from Semester 1. The ceremony will be aired on 2/24 @ 7pm.

Essay Contest - Win $300

Pasco County Tax Collector Mike Fasano announced that his office is accepting entries in a month-long essay contest. The competition begins February 8, and ends March 12 at 5 p.m. The essay contest is for all Pasco County high school students (grades 9-12). Students from all Pasco County high schools--public or private--are welcome to participate.

In 500 words or less students will answer the question: “When unexpected events occur such as COVID-19 or a devastating storm, people are often negatively impacted. Some may lose their jobs, their homes or experience other setbacks in their lives. Keeping in mind that funds expended by government (local, state or federal) must come from somewhere, what do you think government should do to assist people to get through these challenges?”

Entries will be judged by a panel of directors from the Pasco County Tax Collector’s Office. Entries will be reviewed on how well the student communicates his/ her response to the question as well as overall essay structure, appearance and readability.

The student who writes the winning entry will receive a $300 gift card.

Entries will be accepted until 5 p.m. on March 12. Each entry should include the student’s name, school, grade and contact information. The winner of the essay contest will be notified by phone no later than April 9.

Students in public and charter schools are asked to submit their essays to their principal, who will forward them to the tax collector’s office. Entries may also be delivered to our office in New Port Richey at 4720 U.S. Highway 19, New Port Richey 34652 c/o Greg Giordano. Additionally, entries will be accepted via email at . If there are any questions about the contest please contact Giordano at 727-847-8179.

Grad Bash Cancelled by Universal Studios

After much thought, Universal Studious has cancelled Grad Bash 2021. In a statement shared with Senior Class Sponsors they stated that they look forward to its return in the spring of 2022. Details about next year’s events will be shared at a later time, and updates will be posted on the Universal website.

Updated Athletic & Performing Arts Spectator Rules

Pasco County Schools has announced a new set of rules effective today that will allow for more spectators at school sporting events and more audience members at performing arts events.

The new athletic rules allow 50 percent capacity at all outdoor events, including both athletic events and performing arts events. Indoor athletic events would be limited to four spectators for each athlete, which is double the number of spectators currently allowed. Indoor performing arts events will be limited with up to four audience members per performer, with a 50 percent capacity.

The rules regarding masks have not changed.

At outdoor events:

  • spectators and audience members still will be required to wear masks while entering and leaving the venue, and when leaving their seats to visit the concession stand or rest room. Masks are not required while spectators are seated at the event. Spectators and audience members still will be required to maintain appropriate social distance with anyone other than direct family members.

At indoor events:

  • spectators and audience members still will be required to wear masks while entering and leaving the venue, and while spectators are seated at the event. Spectators and audience members still will be required to maintain appropriate social distance with anyone other than direct family members.

CLICK HERE for the updated procedures!


College & Career Fair Thursday, Feb. 25th 5:00-8:00pm

Pasco County Schools is hosting a virtual College and Career Fair. The purpose of this event is to ensure information is shared with families across the district as they plan for college entrance and/or careers after high school.

We will be hosting representatives from state and local universities and colleges, members of the U.S. Armed Forces, and community work force partners.

Registered attendees can sign up for presentations on the following topics:

  • College Application Process
  • Financial Aid & Scholarship Information
  • Florida Bright Futures Program
  • Collegiate Athletics
  • Career Exploration Resources
  • Options After High School
  • Resources for Students with Disabilities
  • ACT/SAT Test Information

Registration opens Feb. 8th, 2021 at THIS WEBPAGE!

Parent/Guardian Survey

Your voice matters! We value your opinion and appreciate you taking time to complete this short survey when it opens on February 15th. Your anonymous opinion gives us feedback to improve your school, identifies things that are working well at your school, and helps us plan for the future. CLICK HERE to take the survey!

Online Course Registration for 21-22 Begins!

Please access our 21-22 Registration Information page of our website for all applications & course offerings.

Timeline and Updated Information below:

  • Course Planning Sheets & Applications are NOW Available on CCHS Website. The 10-12th Grade Planning Sheet is below, or you can CLICK HERE to access it.
  • CLICK HERE to watch the overview of Course Registration provided to students on Monday
  • CLICK HERE to watch the recorded AP/DE Information night session.
  • CLICK HERE to watch the 9th Grade Parent University session.
  • February 22nd - March 5th - Online Course Registration via English Classes.
  • March 10th - All applications and AP Expectation forms due.

In lieu of a traditional "Curriculum Night," we have hyperlinked a commercial video to each course name so you can learn about each course of interest to you! Simply click on the course name & watch the commercial. After watching the commercial, If you have any questions about a specific course, simply CLICK HERE to see direct email addresses for our Department & Program contacts. These teachers can answer any questions you have via email!

*All students will return to campus for a traditional education with face-to-face courses next school year. My School Online will no longer be offered during the 21-22 school year.



March 8, 10, 11

Cost $40.00

For any junior or senior, that has not met the FSA ELA and/or Algebra EOC graduation requirement. This test is a non-college reportable, not used in admissions, but can satisfy graduation requirements. Students will only participate in the subject area they need.

For more information, visit our ASSESSMENT PAGE.

The Covid-19 QUICK LINKS!

  2. Click here for The COVID-19 Response Guide

If a staff member or student receives a positive COVID-19 test result during the weekend, please submit a copy of the positive results to The COVID Response Team will review the information and determine if contact tracing needs to occur. If so, a team member will work with school administration.

Visitor Screener Questions:

Visitors to campus are permitted by appointment only. Please call 813-346-4400. All Visitors with an Appointment Must:

  • Complete the Visitor Self-Screener - CLICK HERE FOR THE LINK!
  • Come to the Front Office and ring doorbell.
  • Remain in designation location as directed (ex. front office, on bench outside front office)

Covid-19 Daily Report for all schools in our District, AND the archived report.

  1. Go to the Pasco Schools Website
  2. Look over to your right at the top of the site under "Latest News" and click COVID-19 Daily Report and look on the right hand side and you will see the total number of employee and student cases for the day.
  3. If you want to see the archived report, which is a report of every instance of reported Covid-19, you would click the green button underneath that daily report that says View All Cases.
  4. If you view all cases and count each case instance that has been reported at a school, that will give you the total number of cases reported at that school site.
  5. The column titled "Impacted Students" means the number of students that had to be quarantined due to contact tracing.

Contact Info

Main Line - 346-4400

Melissa Hardy - 346-4400

Hannah Hall, Principal's Secretary - 346-4402

Lorraine McKinney, Bookkeeper - 346-4404

Terri Almeida, Data Entry - 346-4406

Geisa Perez, Registrar - 346-4411

Carol Donald, ESE & School Counselor Secretary - 346-4407

Moneice Griffen, Clinic Assistant - 346-4440

Jen Oyer, School Nurse - 346-4412

Patty Guld, Cafeteria Manager - 346-4487

Fax Number - 346-4491