Cabot High School

Graduation happens here!

Do you have questions or concerns?

Please call the school office with any questions or concerns. Our faculty and administration would love to hear from you.

Upcoming CHS Events

September

23- Love Yourself Club zero hour 2431

24- Sidekick club, Lunches Media Center

26- College, Technical School, and Military Day

20- Tabletop Club 3:30

26- College and Career Fair

27- Senior Spots Due

27- Last day for Back to School Yearbook Sale

27- Homecoming parade forms due

October

1- FAFSA nad YOUniversal Application Opens (for Academic Challenge scholarship)

4- Homecoming

7- Junior and Sophomore Make up Pictures

9- ASVAB

9- Financial Aid Night at CHS

16- PSAT

26- ACT

31- Senior Group Picture--Zero Hour-Arena

31- Club Photos--Fine Arts Auditorium

May

15- Graduation

CHS Homecoming!

Friday, October 4th

District Dismissal at 2:15 p.m.

Cabot Homecoming Parade at 3:30 p.m.


Homecoming WeekDayTheme

September 30--Mon--Meme Day

October 1-Tues--Decade Day

October 2-Wed-Character Day

October 3-Thur-Class Color Day

October 4-Fri-Panther Pride

Visitors to CHS

A representative from the institutions below will be at CHS from 11:00 - 12:30 to visit with prospective students.

  • Oct 7- Hendrix College
  • Oct 10 - Lousianna Tech University
  • Oct 11 - University of Maine Farmington
  • Oct 14 - University of Central Arkansas
  • Oct 15 - Arkansas State University
  • Oct 24 - Henderson State University
  • Oct 29 - Williams Baptist College

PSAT

JUNIORS:The PSAT/NMSQT exam will be given on Wednesday, October 16th. All juniors who are interested in participating in the National Merit Scholarship program MUST sign up for this exam in the counseling center. The cost for this exam is $18. Sign up will begin Thursday, September 5th and will end Wednesday, September 18th.

College and Career Fair

Please make plans to attend the College and Career Fair, September 26th. Juniors will attend during Zero Hour. Seniors will attend by last name during the following times: A - H 8:35- 9:08, I - Q 9:08 - 9:41, R - Z 9:41 - 10:14 The College Fair Automation System will allow students to register for the event online at www.gotocollegefairs.com which produces a barcode they bring to the fair. At the tables, the students present their barcodes to the colleges of their choice. The colleges/universities equipped with scanners will capture their information digitally, allowing our fairs to “go greener” by using fewer prospect cards. This also helps to streamline the fairs for colleges AND students by giving them more time to speak with each other.

Transcripts

As you apply to colleges, universities and vocational schools throughout this school year you will be asked to send a high school transcript to those institutions. The CHS Counseling Center is happy to send that information to the institution of your choice. You will need to come the CHS Counseling Center and fill out and sign a transcript request form. Once that form has been completed, your transcript along with your ACT scores will be sent electronically. Your immunization records will be faxed to the requested location. You do not need to email your principal or your counselor for this. Simply come to the CHS Counseling Center and fill out the form.


If you have any questions, please email or come and see your school counselor.

Free ACT for Juniors!

Juniors--Would you like the opportunity to take the October 26 ACT test for FREE??? If so, stop by the Media Center and pick up a voucher for a free test. ACT is conducting a study. Half the participants will be taking the traditional paper/pencil test, and half will be taking the test via computer. There are a limited number of spots, so only take a voucher if you are sure you will be able to participate. If you have already registered for the October test date, come by the Media Center so Mrs. Weir can help you apply for a refund.

Home Access Center (HAC)

Now is a great time to check your student's grades and attendance through the Home Access Center (HAC)! The 1st grading period ends on October 11, 2019. You can log in at the link below. Be sure to change the district to Cabot. If you would like to receive real time notices about absences and grades for your students, you can set up alerts. To do that, log in and put your cursor in the upper right corner on your name. A drop box should appear. If you click on My Alerts you can set up these notices to be sent to your email or phone.

Home Access Center

Water

Cafeteria is selling water during lunch. It can be purchased from the cashiers by using your lunch account or by paying cash.

CHS Bell Schedule 2019-2020

Zero Hour-7:50-8:25

1st Period- 8:30-9:18

2nd Period-9:24-10:15

3rd Period- 10:21-11:09

1st Lunch- 11:09-11:41

4A Perid- 11:15-12:02

2nd Lunch-12?02-12:34

4B Period-11:47-12:34

5th Period- 12:40-1:27

6th Period-1:33-2:20

7th Period-2:26-3:13

Medallion

If you would like to know if you are still in the running to receive a medallion for graduation, email Barbara.Miller@cps.k12.ar.us using your school email address and she will let you know. Medallion requirements are: 1. Must have a GPA of 3.5 or above each semester starting in 9th grade through first semester of 12th grade 2. Cannot have a grade on your transcript that is worth less than a 3 points (C or below in a regular class) 3. Cannot have retaken a class for grade improvement (unless the original grade requirement was met prior to retaking the class).

Anime Club

Anime club will meet the first Tuesday of every month in Mrs. Gately's room 2434 from 3:30 to 4:30pm.

Student Handbook

Students reviewed the Cabot Public School Student Handbook during their English class. To read, review and print out the CPS Student Handbook, click on the link below.


CPS Student Handbook 2019-2020

Yearbooks On Sale Now!

www.jostensyearbooks.com

Back to school offer

Price $40

FREE ICONS

Offer good thru September 27

ACCUPLACER

The ACCUPLACER test will be offered at CHS several times this school year. If you are wondering if this test is right for you as an alternative or in addition to an ACT score, talk to your counselor or a Media Specialist. The test will take place in the Media Center Lab B and will cost $10 which is payable on the test date. Sign up in the Counseling Center or Media Center. The dates for this year will be:

October 11

November 8

December 13

January 24

March 6

April 3

May 4

Student Athletes

Any student athlete who aspires to play sports in college must register with the National Collegiate Athletic Association or NCAA. It is recommended that students register with NCAA during their Sophomore year of high school. NCAA registration is the student's responsibility. To learn more about NCAA and the student registration process, click on the link below.


NCAA Student Registration

Wednesday Music Day!

Students can "request" a song for $1, have a special announcement made for $2, such as this song is for_____, or Happy Birthday to_______ . Songs will have to be approved 1st. All song requests or special announcement requests must be in writing and turned in with the money to the office by Tuesday.

CHS Reads!

One of our school wide initiatives this year is to incorporate more non-fiction reading in all classes. Parents/Guardians, we need your support. Please encourage your student to read and ask him/her about what they are reading.

Book Club

Book Club meets in the Media Center every Wednesday during both lunches.

CHS fax number for all medical and excuse notes (501-743-3583)

CHS Check Out Policy

  • CHS students will be allowed to check out with a parent/guardian note only. A parent/guardian phone number will need to be included on the checkout note for verification purposes.

  • ***No phone call checkouts will be allowed because of safety concerns.

CHS is a closed campus and we strongly discourage students from checking out at lunch. This typically causes unnecessary tardies and classroom interruptions. If a student is checking out at lunch, a parent/guardian must physically come in and sign the student out and them back in from lunch.

Only a parent/guardian is allowed to drop lunch off for a student. If a parent/guardian is dropping off lunch for a student, there will be a table (outside the office) with a sharpie for the students name to be written on it. Students should know in advance that lunch is being dropped off to them.


Important Numbers

Save these in your phone in case you or a friend should ever need them.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Crisis Text Line

Text HELLO to 741-741

Panther Tip Line

Did you know that anyone can make a report on the Panther Tip Line. You or a student can submit a report or concern in any of these categories: Bullying, Drugs, Fighting, Safety Risk, Vandalism, a Personal Crisis and more. All personal information is kept confidential. To learn more, click on the link below.


Panther Tip Line

Online Payment Store

Did you know that Cabot Public Schools is now providing an easy to use solution for online payments? It's called RevTrak , and this web store allows you to make payments online for high school clubs, activity fees and more. This convenient options saves time, reduces trips to the school office, and eliminates the need to send cash or check with your students. All it takes is a few clicks. To learn more about RevTrak click on the website below.


http://www.cabotschools.org/schools/cabot-high-school/chs-online-payment-store

Click Here to Check your Student's Grades

Need a login? Check with the CHS Counseling Center.

Counseling Center

Please click HERE for scholarship information.


CC Google Classroom

The CHS Counseling Center is pleased to offer several sessions on a variety of topics during Zero Hour. Any handouts or information discussed in these sessions are, or will be posted in Google Classroom. Join the Zero Hour Counseling Center Offerings today!


Google Classroom Code

yjwtuh

Attendance concerns?

Students with attendance concerns please check with Patricia Holetz in High School Office or via email @ patricia.holetz@cps.k12.ar.us.

Sophomore Information

Hello Sophomores! We hope you are off to a great start as tenth graders! Your counselors have some information that will help you have a successful sophomore year as well as help prepare you for the remainder of your high school career. If there are other ways we can be of assistance, please let us know! We want you to have a great year!

SCHOLARSHIPS Scholarship information is available on the counseling center website. To access this site, go to cabotschools.org, click on high school, then counseling center. Although most scholarships are for seniors, there may be other information that applies to you. It's also just a good idea to get used to checking out the counseling center website, as that is where we post all important information.

The Arkansas Academic Challenge Scholarship is also known as the Lottery Scholarship. Many students will qualify for this scholarship. A minimum ACT score of 19 is required. Additional information can be found at adhe.edu.

PSAT The PSAT will be given to all sophomores on Wednesday, October 16th.

AP CLASSES Remember that in order to receive weighted credit for an AP class, you must stay in the class all year AND take the AP exam at the end of the year.

HONOR GRADUATE If you are trying to be an Honor Graduate, remember that you must take all required courses and graduate with a grade point average of 3.5 to 3.75. To graduate with High Honors, students must take required courses including one additional AP/Concurrent Course beyond the required Junior and Senior English and have a grade point average of 3.76 to 4.0. Students who graduate with a GPA higher than 4.0 who have completed required courses including two or more AP/Concurrent Courses beyond the required Jr. and Sr. English, will graduate with Distinguished High Honors. Students cannot have a grade of D or F on the final transcript in order to qualify for Honors. If retaking a course, students must retake the same course with the exception of PAP Algebra I. It is your responsibility to check to make sure you have taken all required courses as listed in your student handbook.

ACT As a junior, all CHS students will take the ACT during the school day. For additional test dates, students can register for the ACT at www.act.org. For a free ACT tutorial, go to march2success.com.

GOOGLE CLASSROOM Please visit our google classroom for information concerning ACT test prep and other important information. Our classroom code is yjwtuh.

ANNOUNCEMENTS You will receive most of your vital information through the announcements. You are responsible for listening each morning and for going to the Cabot High School website at Cabotschools.org to check for further information.

NCAA CLEARINGHOUSE FOR THE STUDENT ATHLETE If you are planning to participate in a college sport, you must register with NCAA Clearinghouse at www.eligibilitycenter.org during your sophomore year. It is the student's responsibility to register and to make sure all required courses have been taken in order to be eligible for college athletics. For more information, you can go to the website at www.ncaa.org or see your coach if you have further questions.

HOBY (Hugh O'Bryan Youth) Leadership Seminar The Hugh O'Bryan Youth (HOBY) Leadership Seminar is a great opportunity for one CHS tenth grader to develop his or her leadership abilities. The focus of the weekend is on three phases of leadership: personal leadership, group leadership and leadership for society. The seminar will be held this spring/early summer. The cost is paid by the school, but students are responsible for transportation to and from the location. Applications will be available in October in the counseling center.

ASPIRE EXAM All 10th graders will take the Aspire test in April. This test will provide estimated ACT scores.

FINANCIAL LITERACY All students in the graduating class of 2021 and beyond must take and pass a course that includes specific personal finance standards. The courses offered that fulfill this requirement are Economics, American History (any level), and Financial Literacy.

DIGITAL COURSE Each student must take and pass a digital course in order to graduate. The Health class in grades 9-12 will meet this digital requirement as will your English class.

CIVICS EXAM Students are required to take and pass a test that is identical to the civics portion of the naturalization test used by the US Citizenship and Immigration Services. Students may retake the test as many times as necessary to achieve a passing score.

Principal and Counselor Assignments by student last name:

Principal Assignments

Randy Black- A-Davidson

SueAnn Whisker Davis-Hi

Michael Falcinelli - Ho-Me

Alana Graham - Mi-Sh

Adam Koehler - Si - Z

Nicole Gatewood- CTE/STEM Coordinator

Henry Hawkins - Principal


Counselor Assignments

Ryan Davenport - A - Davidson

Jeanette DeJesus- Davis-Hi

Julie Wilson - Ho-Me

Jayne Snyder - Mi-Sh

Kim Gibson - Si - Z

Barbara Miller - Lead Counselor

Need to Contact Us?

If you would like to email one of our fabulous faculty members like Mrs. Kester, all you will need to know is their first and last name and add @cps.k12.ar.us. For example, Mrs. Kester's email is twyla.kester@cps.k12.ar.us