September 3, 2021
Join us for curriculum night! During this event, you will be able to complete a mini-day in the life of your student. We will have bells set and you will transition from class to class, starting with your students first block and ending with their eighth block. During “class-time” you will learn about the curriculum your child will be learning this year in that particular class. If you are joining us, be sure you have a picture of your student's schedule. We will be in the halls directing you from class to class. It will be a fun night!
CHS curriculum night will be held on Wednesday, September 8th from 6:00pm until 7:30pm.
CSHS curriculum night will be held on Monday, September 13th from 5:30pm until 7:00pm.
All staff members and students in grades 5-12 (with a district password older than 12 months) will be required to change their password before September 8, 2021. This must be done while in district and on a district computer. If this is not completed before Wednesday, September 8th, passwords older than 12 months will expire, and those users will be forced to change passwords at that time.
- Changing a Network Password directions:
If you experience any issues or need support, please enter a TechHelp ticket.
2021 Homecoming Carnival and Parade
2021 Homecoming is upon us and this year it is “A Green Carpet Affair” (think old Hollywood movies)! The CSHS/CHS Student Councils will join CISD in hosting the annual festivities at Southlake Town Square on Wednesday, September 22nd with the carnival beginning at 4:30 pm, the parade following at 6:30 pm and the pep rally on the steps of town hall at the conclusion of the parade.
CISD student groups (please feel free to share this with campus sponsors or PTO representatives) can register using the attached flyer – there are two QR Codes, one for the parade registration form and one for the carnival registration form. For parade registration, only one entry per CISD K-6 campus; all CISD student groups grades 7-12 are eligible to enter. CISD will assign registered groups a booth location in the carnival area, located in Rustin Park around the fountain area in Southlake Town Square. All forms are due by Friday, September 10th at 4:00 pm. Groups will not be allowed to register for either the carnival or the parade after September 10th. One member from each registered group must attend a mandatory event informational meeting on September 15th at 4:00 pm in the CSHS SAC.
We look forward to working with everyone again! Please let us know if you have any questions.
CSHS Student Council Advisor
Yearbooks for 2022 are on sale now for $30 off the distribution price at jostensyearbooks.com AND if you order before Sept. 10, you can receive four free icons with personalization. This special rate will not last long, so order your yearbook TODAY!
Emerald Belles Stadium Suite Auction
Bidding is now open for your chance to win a private suite experience for 16 guests at Dragon Stadium for the GREEN OUT game on September 17th. Grab your friends and take your seat in the air-conditioned Sky Box while you enjoy a delicious catered dinner. Bidding closes September 12th at 11:45pm. All proceeds benefit the Emerald Belles, and donations are tax deductible.
Don’t miss the chance to see the Dragons take on Arlington Martin from the best seats in the house!
Green Out Shirts
StuCo is selling Green Out shirts for the Green Out game on Friday, September 17th. Help us support our campus student council and all our Dragons this fall by purchasing your green our shirt using the QR code in the attached flyer. The online store will be open through Sunday, September 5th at 11:59 pm. Your orders can be picked up in CSHS room 116 beginning September 16th.
Please let us know if you have any questions. Let's go GREEN!!!!
Carroll Senior High School
CSHS ELA Department Chair - English IV
Varsity Girls Soccer Assistant
Student Council Advisor
CSHS and CHS Picture Days
Ready, set, smile because picture day is almost here!
Legacy Studios will be on the CSHS campus for junior portraits Sept. 13-14 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the gym. Make-up portraits will be taken on Oct. 5. Click here for more information.
CHS pictures will be taken on Thursday September 16th and Friday September 17th. Students will have their photos taken during their English classes and each student will be photographed for the yearbook. CHS make-ups will be on Tuesday October 5th.
Some tips for looking your best are to wear solid colors and small patterns, avoid green and T-shirts with logos or sayings. Long-sleeved shirts look best as do simple earrings and necklaces.
2021 Homecoming Dance
The 2021 9th-12th grade Homecoming Dance will take place at the DFW Hyatt Regency in the airport on Saturday, September 25th from 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm. CISD student tickets are available for purchase through Skyward Student Fees for $35 through Wednesday, September 22nd at 11:59 pm. If CISD student tickets have not been purchased at that time, tickets will be available for CISD student purchase at the door for $50 the night of the dance (cash or check only). Students that arrive at the dance after 9:00 pm will not be allowed to enter and will not be eligible for a refund. Please see the information below for the purchase of 2021 Homecoming Dance tickets as there have been several changes made to the process.
The homecoming dance will be for Carroll Senior High School and Carroll High School students only.
CISD 9th-12th Grade Student Ticket Purchase Instructions
Tickets for the 2021 9th-12th grade CISD Homecoming Dance are now for sale through Student Fees in Skyward Family & Student Access. CISD students may make a one-time purchase of only one ticket for the dance (one ticket per CISD Student ID). Multiple logins and/or purchases will not be permitted. There will not be a generated ticket upon purchase and/or payment, but you can print the receipt as documentation of purchase. CISD students will check-in at the dance using their CISD issued student ID.
11th Grade 2021 PSAT
2021 PSAT REGISTRATION
**The following information is for 11th graders only. **
**10th graders taking the PSAT DO NOT need to register**
PSAT registration for all 11th grade students will be available online starting at 8:00 am on August 23, 2021.
Please Note: There is no virtual/online testing available for the PSAT. 11th grade students registered to take the PSAT will report in-person at CSHS to take the test.
Exam Date: Wednesday, October 13 at 8:00 am
- Monday, August 23 – Registration begins, cost $24.00 per exam, online payments only
- Monday, September 20 – Late Registration (will incur an additional $10 late fee), online payments only
- Friday, September 24 at 4:00 pm – Registration Ends (no further registrations accepted after 4:00 pm)
visit the CSHS PSAT Testing Page HERE
CHS PSAT/PreACT October 13th
Room assignments will be posted on the library windows and front staircase by Tuesday October 12th.
What to Bring on Test Day:
- #2 pencils, not mechanical (College Board does not guarantee that answers will scan when using a mechanical pencil).
- A calculator. You must bring your own calculator or test without one. Calculators will NOT be provided on test day.
Test Day Information:
- Testing will start promptly at 8:00am.
- Cell phones and smart watches are NOT allowed and must be turned in to the teacher
- CHS Parents please provide a sack lunch for your student, no lunches will be served in the cafeteria. Students will not be released from classrooms to pick up food or beverages from the drop off table. Students will eat lunches in their testing rooms when testing is complete.
- Shuttle buses WILL NOT RUN between campuses on this day and there will be NO student dismissals until testing is completed. Testing is estimated to be finished by 12:30pm.
CHS PSAT/PreACT Bell Schedule
October 13, 2021
8:00 - 12:30 PSAT/PreACT Testing/Lunch
12:30 - 1:09 5th Block
1:14 - 1:53 6th Block
1:58 - 2:37 7th Block
2:42 - 3:21 8th Block
Times are approximate and may change based on testing needs.
Students with classes that meet at the Senior High should report to the cafeteria for a study hall. Attendance will be taken.
Student ID Badges
All students must have their ID’s with you daily for entrance to the buildings as this is your key, the outside doors will be locked and not open for entrance without your ID. Badges will also be used in the library and in the cafeteria.
If you lose your badge and need a new one, the cost to replace your ID will be $10.00. Please see the Guidance Office for replacement if you are at the CHS campus. Students at CSHS should see Mrs. Cranford in the Library.
Please remember traffic is key for both CSHS and CHS especially with teenage drivers. On campus, traffic does begin to occur around 7:30am every single day. We would remind families any arrival after 7:30 would include each person encountering traffic until at least 8 am daily. After school, traffic will be especially tight at CHS. Any arrival earlier than 3:21 will cause campus stacking onto city roads. Please understand stacking onto the road will limit the transportation of emergency vehicles effectively to assist community members. Students are able to stay on campus until as late as 5pm. Please understand the south exit from CHS is a right turn only and we must remind all families to follow this throughout construction to provide students safety.
Crosswalk at Ascot and White Chapel
The crosswalk and associated signal Pedestrian heads have been moved to the north side of the Ascot intersection.
Student Drop-Off and Pick-Up
Please use only the North and South covered parent drop and pick-up areas for students. Pull all the way forward in the lanes on campus so more students can transition on campus at a time. The front circle is for bus traffic only and is not a student pick-up area or a drop off area. Do not load/unload on city roads, as this is illegal, or in neighborhoods for pick up as most of this area is private property.
Please remember all early arrival students must enter campus safely and maintain safe distances from other students on campus. Both campuses are very open but remember teachers could be working on tutorials every morning with students and thus we do remind all students not to interfere with any classroom instruction.
Please yield to all busses entering the campus traffic patterns. Provide all students safety as these busses navigate our campuses.
We are cell phone free when driving on any CISD campus. Please protect others and focus on the road.
Carroll High School Traffic Flow
Item Drop Off
There is a table at the front entrance of CHS where students can collect all items dropped off by parents. Please make sure any item dropped off is labeled with their name and your student knows to collect them. Please note that your student may not leave the building to collect items from your vehicle, these must be brought into the building and dropped off.
CSHS and CHS are closed campuses and students may not leave campus during lunch.
Southlake Carroll v Prosper High School
Friday September 10th at 7:00pm
at Prosper ISD Stadium in Prosper, TX
Click here for more information.
Southlake Carroll Diving
Calling ALL “Daredevil” Boys
Can you flip?
Can you twist?
Are you a skateboard “Daredevil”?
We NEED YOU!
Southlake Carroll Diving!
Contact: Anastasia.Pozdniakova@southlakecarroll.edu for info
If you have not already done so, please update your student’s health history on Skyward. On CISD’s Health Services website, https://www.southlakecarroll.edu/Domain/48, you can find links for Action Plans for asthma, allergies, seizures, etc. as well as MAR forms. In the next week or two, I will begin screening for hearing and vision for students new to Carroll High School.
As a reminder, students are not allowed to carry medications (over-the-counter or prescription). You may keep medications in the nurse's office for daily or as needed administration. Please be sure medicine is in original container, not expired, and has a signed MAR. Prescriptions also require a doctor signature. Inhalers, epipens, and diabetic supplies are the only exceptions to the carry policy, but the student does have to turn in the MAR and documentation from the doctor saying it is OK to carry. It is best if medications to carry are labeled, too. Also, the nurse is unable to dispense medicine, even Advil or Tylenol, unless it the student's own medicine brought in specifically for them.
Thank you for your help!
Kelly Lambert, RN
817-949-5610 phone 817-949-5656 fax
Karen Flexer, RN
Carroll Senior High School Nurse
9th & 10th grade students must enter classrooms by 8:00am when classes start. All students must sign in at the attendance office if they arrive any time after 8:00am to receive a pass. If arrival is after 8:20am, the student is counted absent for the entire block. In this case, we must have a doctor’s note, a parent/guardian note or phone call to the attendance office notifying us that they are aware of the absence. If we do not receive notice, the student will be unexcused for the block.
9th grade students. Parents/guardians of 9th graders must physically sign their student out at the attendance office for early dismissal. If someone other than a parent/guardian is picking up a student, that person must be listed on the family’s emergency contact list located in Family Access. Parents/guardians must contact the attendance office if a person – not on their emergency contact list – is picking up their child. The office is required to make a copy of that person’s driver’s license in order for the student to be released and that person needs to sign the student out.
10th grade students. Many sophomores drive, therefore their departure policy is different from freshmen. With written parent/guardian notice only, 10th graders may sign themselves out for early dismissal. This parental note must be signed and dated and dropped off at the attendance office first thing in the morning. We will then provide the student with a pass so they can return to the attendance office at the early dismissal time to sign-out and exit the campus.
Please email Kathleen.Carrabine@southlakecarroll.edu or call 817-949-5609 to notify us of any absences for your student. If the absence is due to a medical appointment, religious holy day or court appearance, please provide written documentation to clear the absence.
All attendance regulations are detailed in the Student/Parent Handbook on the CHS web site.
CHS Exemptions from Spring Final Exams 2022
Any Spring course, including electives, can be considered for an exemption if the student achieves at least a 90% grade average in that class for the entire Spring semester.
Freshman may exempt up to 2 courses and Sophomores may exempt up to 4 courses.
Exam exemptions will NOT be granted for any course if the student has accrued the following in either the Fall or Spring semesters:
~ In-School Suspension, Out-of-School Suspension, or DAEP
~ Any unexcused absences or truancy
~ 5 tardies for any course
~ Outstanding assignments, projects, books or fees
~ 5 absences for any course. Note that students are marked absent if they miss 20 minutes of class (see CHS Student/Parent Handbook for attendance and exemption details).
Attendance tracking for each course concludes the last class period immediately preceding the final exam date for that class.
Students enrolled in an AP course may be exempt if they have at least a 70% grade average in that course and take the AP exam for the course.
2020-2021 Bus Passes
Bus passes are required to ride buses. Click here for more information.
AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITY PASSES
We offer AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITY PASSES (at no charge) for students who, after their last class of the day, need to be transported to the other high school for a school sponsored sport or activity. This pass may be obtained by picking-up an application from the student's coach or sponsor.
Once completed, it must be signed by the coach or sponsor of the activity or sport and returned to the office. All students must then sign the bus rider contract. Passes will be available for students to pick-up at the office within five (5) school days.
Students must present their pass to the bus driver each time they need to ride or will not be allowed to ride. This pass is not necessary if the student has a valid annual or semester bus pass. Please note that misuse of the pass will require immediate forfeiture of the pass and it must be used for transportation to school activities only.
Commuting Between Campuses
Students must commute between campuses (CHS/CSHS) via the district provided shuttle bus. The only exception is when a student begins or ends their day on a campus that is not their home campus, they may commute in their personal vehicle only for first or last block.
Transporting other students in their vehicles is prohibited.
The sale of Carroll High School parking permits for the 2021-22 school year will be included as a component of Annual Student Verification (ASV), via Skyward Family Access.
Parents will be given the option to purchase parking permits for Sophomore students for $150.00. No Freshman, regardless of age, are allowed to drive and park on the CHS campus.
Please remember…If a student is illegally parked, they are subject to be booted. Cost of removal of the booting device is $30.00.
The availability to purchase parking permits will remain active throughout the school year for sophomores as they receive their Driver’s License.
CHS Parking Violation
Remember that ONLY sophomores, juniors and seniors are allowed to drive/park at CHS and should be parking in the north band lot where ample space is provided.
Carroll High School will begin placing wheel locks on vehicles that are parked in unauthorized areas or vehicles that do not have a current CHS/CSHS parking permit. If a student is illegally parked for one or more of the following reasons they are subject to be booted, towed or both. Cost for removal of the booting device is $30.00.
· No valid PARKING PERMIT
· Parked in a HANDICAPPED space
· Parked in a FIRE LANE
· Blocking entrance to a building or driveway (fire department regulation)
· Parking in an unauthorized parking area (i.e. staff or visitor parking)
· Blocking access to a trash receptacle or dumpster
· Improperly parked
· Additional violations as warranted
If a student is booted they will find a neon orange sticker (sample above) affixed on the driver’s side window. Failure to pay will result in disciplinary action.
Please ensure that students parking on campus have a permit on their vehicle. The link to purchase is in Skyward.
Please feel free to contact the Assistant Principal’s office at 817-949-5626 with any questions.
Carroll Education Foundation
The teacher fund initiative, a year-round campaign sponsored by the Carroll Education Foundation, is off to a great start! View this video to learn more about why your teachers need your support at each campus: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZT8N7PUw2Iw
For more information on giving as a family or through your business and company matching, visit www.carrolleducationfoundation.org/donate-now.
Thank you so much to the families who joined the CHS/CSHS PTO! We appreciate your support of our students and staff with your membership and donations.
WHY JOIN? We fund:
*Over $40k to teachers’ and staff’s wishlist items such as supplies and equipment in the classrooms used by students.
*Teacher Scholarships for continuing education
*Campus Improvements not covered by school or CISD budget
*Teacher Luncheons and treats throughout the year and during Teacher Appreciation week
*Student activities/programs (new student lunch, scholarships, Baccalaurareate and Project Graduation)
JOIN TODAY: https://www.southlakecarrollpto.com
Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/southlakecarrollpto
Join the AP Booster Club
By supporting the AP Booster club you help support AP, Honors, GT programs at EIS, DIS, DMS, CHS and CSHS. Last year the AP Boosters gave teacher grants totaling $10,000 to these campuses and awarded $6,000 in college scholarships to seniors. The AP Booster Club hosts informative meetings throughout the year that are free to members! Please take a minute to join today at www.dragonap.org.
Volunteers Needed for Art in the Square 2021
This year's Southlake Women's Club Art in the Square event will be September 24, 25 & 26! The Women's Club is planning an amazing event and will need plenty of teen volunteers as usual! The artinthesquare.com website will open soon for teen volunteers to sign up, so visit the website soon to get the shift that works best for your teen.
The goals of the #SAFEdragon program are to improve safety and security within Carroll ISD and promote emergency preparedness among students and staff. Remember when visiting our campuses to always enter through the main offices.
Students should never open the doors for anyone, not even friends. Be a #SAFEdragon!
Vaping Discipline Process
Students in possession of any vape component or caught vaping will be now be referred to the campus SRO for prosecution in addition to school discipline.
Vaping and its components are a violation of the Minor in Possession of Tobacco Statute, Texas Health and Safety Code - - HEALTH & SAFETY § 161.252. Possession, Purchase, Consumption, or Receipt of Cigarettes, E-Cigarettes, or Tobacco Products by Minors Prohibited