9/16/19 CHS Family News and Info

Sports Updates

Girls Soccer: Informational meeting about the upcoming season on Wednesday Sept 18th at lunch in the gym classroom - all girls interested in playing this winter should attend.

ASB Updates - FLOATS for homecoming

This week there will be a float building meeting for all float host families, class advisors and class officers on the 20th at lunch in room 702. Float building will begin on Saturday, October 5th and run through Thursday October 17th.

2019-20 Dance Contract - COMPLETE NOW if your child plans to attend homecoming

CLICK HERE to download and print the contract. Turn in to the ASB store

Homecoming Chaperones are needed!

Our Homecoming Dance is on October 12th, from 8-11 pm. If any parents would like to be a chaperone at this dance, please contact the ASB advisor, Nicole Belong at nicole.belong@coronadousd.net. Any volunteers would need to arrive to the dance at 7:30. Thank you!
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AP Test Registration - YEP, it is already time to register for the May test (The College Board has a new test date signup process)

AP Online Registration opened today. Families have until November 1st to register for AP exams. The cost is $100 per exam, with a $40 deposit required at the time of registration. Begin the registration process at https://aptsusa.com/chs/

Student Rotarian of the Month - CHS Seniors, Class of 2020


Rotary Club of Coronado

The Coronado Rotary Club has a long time tradition of hosting a Student Rotarian each month during the school year. Eight CHS Seniors will be selected as Student Rotarians to serve one month terms. In addition to attending the 2nd and 4th Wednesday Rotary Club Meetings at the Hotel Del from noon to 1:30 p.m., students will also participate in Rotary community service events such as Saturday Beach Clean-Up, Flags on the Avenue and Rotarians at Work Day. Permission to attend the Wednesday Rotary meetings must be obtained from both the student’s fifth period teacher and a parent. Transportation to the Hotel Del will be provided.

Student Rotarians serve for a calendar month, and will be the guest of Rotarians for lunch. They will have different duties including Greeter, Introduction of Visitors, and Pledge. During the second and final meeting, the Student Rotarian will deliver a two minute speech titled, “Who Am I.” In their remarks, the Student will talk about their childhood and Coronado education, and post high school plans. The Student will invite a CUSD staff member as their guest for lunch the final week, and during their speech, he or she will explain to the audience how this faculty member has inspired them during their Coronado school years.

Seniors interested in being considered as a Student Rotarian are encouraged to write a one-page Letter of Interest, describing their community service involvement, leadership experience, academic interests and career aspirations, and why they would consider themselves a good candidate for the Student Rotarian Program. Please send your Letter of Interest by September 27th, 2019 to: coronadostudentrotarian@gmail.com

CHS Club - Lunchies at Village

CHS students have organized lunch mentorship opportunities with Village students. CHS students making a difference!
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College Visits

CHS has 5 more colleges visit our campus this week.

Click Here to see the detailed list on the CHS calendar.

College Night at CHS - Save the DATE!! October 2nd, 6 PM

The CHS Counselors, in partnership with the PTO, will be hosting a College Night for parents and students on October 2 at 6:00 pm in the theater. The evening will be incredibly informative for all, with expert speakers discussing a wide variety of topics including: the application process, college essay “do's and don’ts", athletic recruiting, SAT and ACT prep, ROTC scholarships, how to navigate Naviance and so many others! We will also have representatives from the UC System , San Diego State and SWCC.

While much of this information is geared toward senior and junior families, all are welcome! We hope to see you there!

Suicide Awareness Month

The California Department of Education recognizes September as Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. Youth suicide is a preventable public health problem, yet it occurs at high levels in California and across the nation. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, suicide is now the second leading cause of death among youth between ten and twenty- four years of age.

We are here to help, if your student is struggling with symptoms of depression or anxiety which is making it challenging for them to attend school or complete work please reach out to our counselors or administrators.

September 30th – October 4th we will be partnering with South Bay Community Services HERE NOW program to provide students with information regarding mental health. Counselors will be providing a 30-40 minute presentation to all students in their math class. The presentation will include information on anxiety and depression (prevalence, symptoms, and coping strategies). The goal is to educate students and clarify myths regarding mental health.

Please note: homecoming dance and football game are on different weekends

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Make A Difference Lately? Apply for the 2020 Prudential Spirit of Community Awards

Click Here for more information online.

See the poster below for more information.
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Coronado High School

PTO Membership:

Click Here to download the membership form.

NEW - join PTO using Venmo, see the CHS PTO Venmo account below:



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