The Coyote Howl

Campo Verde High School

May 22, 2023

Vision: Preparing every person for tomorrow through experiences founded on relationships, relevance, and rigor.

Mission: Every Person, Every Day

Core Values: Community, Values, Honor, Scholarship

Principal's Message

Hello CV Family,

It is an exciting time for us all as we prepare for graduation and the end of another school year. I wanted to thank our parents, staff, and students for their support and continued efforts to help us make Campo a great place to learn, teach, and work. Whether you are looking forward to their graduation, summer break, a change of pace, or possibly all of those mentioned above, we wish everyone well and hope you have a safe end of the school year and summer break! I am highlighting three things to simplify my message. Here are three dots from Mr. Dumas:

  • Graduation is nearly here! We will celebrate the Class of 2023 on Thursday, May 25th. A great deal of information is available in this newsletter to assist families with navigating this exciting event. For an even more detailed look, please see the Graduation Newsletter for more information.

  • I had an email from a parent asking me about senior events. The ONLY senior event we are connected with is the GradNight event at Main Event on 5/23.

  • Please review the testing schedule as they are very different to meet the needs of all testers. Here is a link to our website: CVHS Testing Schedule 2023

Have a great final week, and enjoy the days heading into graduation!

Hello CV Family,

Best regards,

Mr. Tyler Dumas


Campo Verde High School

Every Person, Every Day!

Just a reminder to follow us on our CAMPO VERDE HIGH SCHOOL WEBSITE

and on social media.

Instagram: @cvhsmrdumas

Twitter: @CVHSMrDumas and @CVHSYotes


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important campus information


We are excited to announce the addition of a new and improved way for our parents and guardians to report student absences. This new feature is quick and easy to use and can be accessed through your Infinite Campus Parent Portal or through your Infinite Campus app. Please view the IC Parent Portal Absence for Parents document for more information, or simply log in to Infinite Campus and click on the ‘Report an Absence’ graphic.

Please note you will still be able to call in and leave a message on your child’s school attendance line.

Infinite Campus Parent Portal Absence Reporting Tool PDF Reference


Please click the appropriate link below to view important campus information.











Mrs. Laura Contreras, Assistant Principal

Academics and Counseling

Grade Level: Seniors

Freshmen A - G

Administrative Assistant:

Liz Oliphant 480.545.3100 X 2102


Counseling Department

School Counselors:

A-C - Mrs. Dewarrat

D-F - Ms. Diggs

G-Le -Mrs. McManus

Li-Ro- Mrs. Lange

Ru-Z - Mrs. Carpenter

Academic and Wellness Coaches:

Academic Interventionist- Amy Jacobson

Mental Health Counselor- Mr. Baker

College and Career Advisors:

College and Career Center Coordinator - Cassidy Chaney

On-Site CGCC Rep - Mrs. Chris Sabel

Counseling Secretary:

Mrs. Laurie Prosper 480-545-3100 Ext. 2121

* The CVHS Counseling Department has a new and improved website: CAMPO COUNSELING

* Follow the CVHS Counseling Department on Instagram: @cvhs_counseling_dept

* Seniors: Take a look at our Senior Checklist for important information.


Students of the month



9thKate Housley

9thBianca Hurtado

10thQuinton Boardman

10thBrooklyn Linarte

11thShaylin Hedges

11thKelsey Jamil

12thJonah Ahles

12thMatilde Fossi

TOGFelix Malloy



9thLincoln Burke

9thMadison Hamada

10thTori Crabbe

10thTess Lopez

11thJessica Anderson

11thBrynn Simon

12thCarlos Castillo Zamora

12thKinzey Hutchings

TOGQuincy Saunders


TOG student of the month

Congratulations to Matthew Cagney for receiving the Town of Gilbert Student of the Month award!
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AP Capstone

Congratulations to Campo's class of 2023 AP Capstone Diploma recipients. These students have successfully completed AP Seminar and AP Research plus at least 4 other AP classes and earned a passing score on these exams.
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Proficiency Seal Candidates

Congratulations to the below pictured candidates of the Seal of Civics Liberty, Seal of Arts Proficiency and Seal of Biliteracy. Well DONE, everyone!!


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University Admission Reps

Attending one of our state schools in the fall? Students and parents may email our university admissions reps with any college questions:

ASU: Michelle Daut:

UofA: Madison Haggarton:

NAU: Elizabeth Friedli:

GCU: Lindsey Jenkins:

CGCC: Chris Sabel:


Activities and Clubs

Mrs. Erica Duckett, Assistant Principal

Activities, Clubs, and Graduation

Grade Level: Sophomores

Freshmen: H - N

Administrative Assistant:

Cat Jones 480.545.3100 X 2101

IG: @campo.activities


Graduation Information

Click the link below to view the Graduation-specific newsletter.


Graduation will be here before you know it! May 25th, 2023, to be exact. 7pm @ Coyote Stadium. Gates open at 5:30!

Orders can be placed at

Jostens was on campus on April 5th, 2023 to deliver all pre purchased items.

Graduation items will be available for pick up in the Bookstore beginning April 6th.

Cap and Gown unit will be $55 CASH ONLY.

Cap and Gown Unit includes cap, gown, tassel and medallion.

All four pieces are required as part of your graduation regalia.

Individual pieces will be available for sale in the Bookstore.

If you have any questions regarding your order, please visit for assistance.

Take a look at our Senior Checklist for important information. Counselors visited with seniors during their English classes during the first two weeks of 2nd semester to review credits and make sure all is on track for graduation.


Graduation Information

You can now pick up your unclaimed orders in the Bookstore any day during normal Bookstore hours!

Cap/Gown packets available for purchase $55 cash only.


May 23rd- Finals Schedule: 2nd and 3rd hours.

May 24th - Grad Night 11:00 PM to 6:30 AM -Main Event. See flyer below for more information.

May 25th - Mandatory Graduation Rehearsal 6:45 AM -CVHS Courtyard

May 25th - Graduation Ceremony 7:00 PM CVHS Coyote Stadium (Seniors arrive at 6:15 PM to an assigned classroom). There are no tickets necessary in order to attend graduation.

  • If you do not have an English class, stop by the activities office with any graduation questions.
  • All seniors taking online courses MUST have them completed by May 12, 2023 if they intend to walk at graduation. The instructors at Gilbert Global Academy are inundated with grading for students across the district. Any request for an extension beyond May 12th is not a guarantee of credit or participation in the graduation ceremony. If you have questions regarding this deadline please reach out to your counselor ASAP.
  • Other things:
    • Your immunization record will be in the envelope with your diploma. KEEP this record, don’t throw it away.
    • Professional photographs will be taken as you receive your diploma cover, courtesy of
    • Limited accessible seating for persons with disabilities will also be available on the track. Call Cat Jones at 480-545-3100 ext. 2101 to request special seating.
    • Guests will not be allowed on the football field after graduation. However, graduates can meet their friends and family on the west practice field after the ceremony.
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Save your Google Info.

Each year seniors need to either download or transfer their files from their GPS Google Workspace account to another Google account so they can access any of their files after graduation.

Here are the directions for both the download process and the process to transfer files to a new Google account. The Transfer process requires creating a new account or using an existing personal account to transfer to, and will only allow up to 15 GB.

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Please submit this form to me if you want to send your transcripts out to colleges. You only need to fill the form out one time. We keep it on file for future requests.

CV Registrar, Peggy Rodgers



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japanese club

In celebration of the end of our 2 month long Food Unit, Japanese 2 students went to Sekai Sushi to enjoy the Japanese foods that they have been learning about. Students were able to try a variety of sushi, sashimi, ramen, tonkatsu etc.
Japanese Club learned about Japanese Chopstick etiquette at our last meeting. In Japan, it is rude to put your chopsticks upright into food most especially a bowl of rice as that is how offerings are made to the dead. Some other bad manners are rubbing your chopsticks together (for splinter removal), passing food from chopstick to chopstick, pulling bowls towards you with chopsticks, and using the mouth-end of your chopstick in a communal bowl (it's like double dipping a chip). Japanese Club also ran Chopstick Relays moving candy from one bowl to another against the clock and other teams.



Wrapping up the 2022-2023 school year, NHS has begun to get prepared for the 2023-2024 school year. Officer elections were held and here are the results: Joy Ogbonnaya- President, Craig Rick- Vice President, Anita Matthew- Secretary, Isabella Loyola- Treasurer, and Brianna Cardenas- Historian. These five individuals will be leading the club strong next year. Joining these leaders will be all of the new inductees who recently went through the induction ceremony. Congratulations to all of our inductees for the 2023-2024 school year.

Recently, NHS was preparing for AP testing by writing encouraging messages on the ground around campus. This was one of the last social events for NHS, but all the work that they have accomplished this year has been phenomenal. Thank you to all NHS students for your hard work this 2022-2023 school year and thank you to Mrs. Stea for all of her work as the advisor this year.

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Yearbooks can now only be purchased in the bookstore. We've sold out in previous years, so hurry in to get your copy.

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141 Unique Awards Earned

· 130 UNA-USA National Community Service Awards

· 10 Zero Hunger Awards

· 1 Zero Hunger Awards

Ambassador Awardees: Rebekah Allen, Tori Barrera, Anna Braaksma, Raina Braun, Kaylie Burgess, Lucy Burnham, Bri Caiazzo, Josh Campbell, Amanda Cave, Jade Coyle, Ava Eidson, Alissa Fausz, Emilee Ferzacca, Sonya Fowler, Alexis Gephart, Jasmyne Gonzalez, Matias Gonzalez, Peyton Haake, Liv Harvey, Shaylin Hedges, Braeden Hill, Bailey Horton, Lizzie Hursh, Adyson Jacobs, Sydnie Jerde, Kristin Kato, Emma Kessler, Sadie Krizan, Noah Lopez, Maddy Murphy, Gracie Noel, Isabella Oda, Olanma Ogbonnaya, Mina Pavi, Ellie Ploessl, Tori Poulsen, Bridget Roginski, Kaylie Rosner, Ryan Silveira, Lea Spindell, Savanna Stark, Monica Torres, Desirae Torrez, Embrie Udall, Hailey Wesloski

Honor Awardees: Zaria Ayoola, Keira Blackhurst, Ethan Coen, Sierra Conley, Madeline Cox, Sierra Dain, Raelin DaSilva, Emerson Dorcas, Aisling Downer, Addison Ebert, Ashley Ferland, Jenna Gagnon, Bella Genco, Adriana Gizzo, Kaylee Glenn, Haylee Headrick, Gisele Herrera, Luke Jones, Lily Kendall, Victoria Lam, Vivian Lam, Samantha Madrid, Katelyn McCann, Daniel Moya, Kylie Propps, Halle Prusse, Garett Rasmussen, Gheorghe Raureanu, Emerson Reid, Alyssa Reiman, Madison Reising, Tyler Resh, William Stecker, Drew Strong, Bella Terrian, Rachel Tipescu, Charlotte Tobler, Eunice Valdez, Tala Vasquez, Taneyah Young, Ali Zoyhofski

Merit Awardees: Izzy Aznar-Beane, Mia Beauchamp, Kira Becker, Mackenzie Boehme, Hailey Bopp, Martin Breinholt, Brenna Brown, Samantha Carriere, Robert Carter, Lauren Christensen, Derek Ciardi, Makayla DeBiase, Rayleigh Downing, Sabrina Fiandaca, Anahi Garcia, Diego Garcia, Evan Hankinson, Victoria Irelan, Ella Kindle, Audrey King, Sisi Lowe, Isabella Loyola, Anita Mathew, Allison McCrea, Carly McKern, Mikala Morgan, Taya Pallozzi, Lilykate Perry, Haleigh Rappaport, Craig Ricks, Peyton Roach, Boyd Schnepf, Mason Shea, Ella Sims, Mckenna Spittell, Emmy Sweitzer, Everett Vallerga, Caleb Weaver, Eden Whalen, Grace Wilford, Madeline Wilson, Tytus Wolf, Travis Wybourn, Mia Young

Zero Hero Awardees: Jude Alshalabi, Isabella Ayson, Raelin DaSilva, Rayleigh Downing, Chloe Falan, Sonya Fowler, Dylan McCormick, Allison McCrea, Anjani Patel, Bridget Roginski, Mckenna Spittell.


performing arts


Thank you for supporting the CVHS Performing Arts at this year's musical! Our amazing musicians were in the pit and it was very cool!!!
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Jazz A la Mode!

Thank you friends and family for joining us as we converted the cafeteria into a nightclub, complete with couches, tables, and moody lighting.

It was an event not to be missed. Copper Jazz and several special guest jazz musicians performed and played in an intimate jazz setting.

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Congrats to CVIPE for placing 7th this winter season and Guard for placing 4th in the WGAZ finals! We had a fun and fabulous season!! We are so proud of you!
Congratulations to our amazing band students who successfully auditioned and participated in Arizona All State last month! Also big shout out to our friends in @cvhschoirs and @campoverdeorchestras !!! We are so proud of you!!
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Mr. Max Ragsdale, Assistant Principal

Athletic Director

Grade Level: Juniors

Freshmen O - Z

Administrative Assistant:

Jacee Iannarelli 480.545.3100 X 2103

IG: @campo.athletics


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Sports Eligibility

Gilbert Public Schools uses an online system of maintaining and tracking physicals and eligibility. To ensure your student's athletic eligibility for the 2023-2024 seasons, please go to and upload all required information. Please mark down your login information.

Visit our school's athletic website for important information regarding all sports at:


Hello Campo Families!
Campo Student All Sports Pass for athletics will get your student into all athletic regular season home events for the 2023-2024 school year. This is for Campo Verde students only. Please see the instructions for how to purchase the pass. Cost of this pass is $50.00, great deal if your student plans to attend a lot of home games!!

Link to purchase the Campo Student All Sports Pass

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Library Updates


Library News and Information:

We have two awesome announcements and one reminder!

  1. Campo Verde High School has completed our term as one of the Children’s Book Council’s voting sites this year. Campo was one of only 80 libraries (public or educational) and the only library in Arizona that was selected this past school year to participate in The Children’s Book Council annual Favorites list program. In the annual program, teens across the country read over 200 YA (Young Adult) books published in 2022 to vote and critique them. All votes were recently tabulated and the “Favorites” were chosen. The list is now published and OUR Campo students helped create it!

  1. Our library will be getting a makeover this summer! We will be getting some new furniture and rearranging the area to create a new and improved space! We will have a large presentation space that students will use with their classes and guest speakers will utilize so we can get as many students who want to hear the speaker as possible. We will have various seating options for students to study, collaborate, create and more. Our books are still here and we will provide all the same services…and more! We can’t wait for the students to see it!

3) All library books were due by May 15.

Chromebook Information:

  • All current 9,10,11 graders will keep their Chromebooks over the summer.

  • Seniors will turn their Chromebooks and chargers in after their last final and no later than the end of the day on May 23.

  • Seniors who are taking summer school are allowed to keep their Chromebooks, but should return their Chromebook at the summer school campus when they complete their courses. If they take a fully online summer school course, they can return their Chromebook to their home school.

Digital Citizenship:

Campo Verde once again has submitted paperwork to qualify as a Common Sense School. Over the course of the year our teachers were trained on the importance of and key points of Digital Citizenship. They, in turn, have qualified as Common Sense Educators. Teachers ran Digital Citizenship lessons to all our students during three different Coyote Time lessons. The topics that were covered this year were: Media Balance, Relationships and Communication, and News and Media Literacy.

We should be receiving word of official acceptance in August.


Career Center

Mrs. Cassidy Chaney, Career Center Specialist

The Career Center is located in the Library, and

Mrs. Chaney is happy to meet with you,

and to answer any questions you may have.


Follow for scholarships, college info, FAFSA & jobs!

Instagram: @cv_college_career

Make an appointment using the link below:

Career Center Appointment


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Events & Fundraising


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