Quote of the Day
“It’s the teacher that makes the difference, not the classroom.”
* Michael Morpurgo
CLASS & CLUB NEWS
VIDA meeting today during lunch for officers only. All members will meet again next week.
Academic Decathlon will meet this Wednesday at lunch in the library at 1:20. Whether you’re a returning decathlete or just looking for more information about Academic Decathlon, please join us!
Tutorial with Ms. Ertel today afterschool instead of Thursday due to a meeting.
In the spirit of our game against Avenal this week. Thursday will be “Wounded Pirate” dress-up day and Friday will be Orange and Black. A scared Buccaneer will also be making its appearance in several classrooms this week. Take a picture with it and send it to CHS Instagram page. Thank you.
FROM THE COUNSELING OFFICE
Are you taking the SAT this Saturday and need a calculator? You have until this Friday at lunch to sign up in the counseling office and reserve one. Limited amount available, first come, first served.
If you would like to attend the Career Tech Expo in Fresno on October 16th, please sign up using the link that Mrs. Wagner emailed you. The first 100 students to sign up will get to go. If you are on the inactivity list for discipline, you will not be able to attend. The deadline to sign up is October 9th.
Are you interested in the military, after graduating high school? Sign up in the counseling office to speak with a representative.
Community Service Opportunities with the Coalinga – Huron Recreation Department on October 29 and Dec. 5. For more information, contact the department at 935-0727 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you interested in helping to create the YEARBOOK? Please join Mrs. Ruona after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays in Room 20 from 3:15-5:00pm. We are looking for fun, creative and hardworking students to put together the 2020 yearbook. Can’t wait to see you there!!
Wednesdays will be WEAR WILL YOU GO WEDNESDAYS, staff and students are encouraged to wear college, military, or career attire. Have a great day!
From Mr. Allen, Mrs. Diaz, Mrs. Inchcliff and Mr. Chao
STUDENTS; BE SURE TO THROW YOUR TRASH AWAY BOTH ON CAMPUS AND OFF CAMPUS. WE ALL NEED TO DO OUR PART TO KEEP OUR CAMPUS AND OUR COMMUNITY LOOKING ITS BEST!
Students, please be careful when walking to and from school. Obey the rules of the road as a pedestrian. Use nearest crosswalks, do not wear noise-cancelling headphones, and do not text while crossing the roads. Inattention by pedestrians and drivers alike can be deadly.
Anyone interested in Boys or Girls Basketball, Wrestling, or Boys or Girls Soccer make sure you get your clearance packet completed and turned in to the 9th grade counseling office.
Be able to accept differences in others and become a productive and tolerant member in a diverse society.