Islander Family Email 2-5-18Posted by: Erin Rowan 1 week, 4 days ago
Dear Islander Families,
Our network is down and internet connectivity outside wireless affected business and communications at CHS today. We are working on a resolution; thank you for your patience!
Believe it or not, 9th through 11th graders will be selecting their proposed courses SOON so we can plan for staffing and scheduling for school year 2018-19. Counselors will hold classroom presentations and schedule registration appointments with individual students. Be aware that in order to maximize student achievement and minimize course and schedule changes, administrators, teachers, and counselors will be using data, performance, and evidence of effort and motivation to recommend students for honors and AP courses with prerequisites. We invite you to open dialogue with your child about planning a course schedule aligned with areas of career interest, passion, and motivation, while considering the importance of balancing challenges in the course load so that healthy life balance and time to pursue extracurricular and family and community activities are possible. If you have questions about your child’s preparation for specific honors and AP courses, please contact your child’s current content teacher and/or counselor. In general, we DO NOT RECOMMEND enrolling in summer online courses to accelerate or skip to a next level course at CHS in the fall.
College Board AP (Advanced Placement) exams registration is open for CHS students (Deadline March 16) here: https://aptestservice.com/chs/. AP exams are associated with AP courses at CHS and are voluntary. Students are encouraged to research which AP exams and scores are eligible for credit/advancement at their preferred colleges.
Families and students attending Coronado High School can register here for the 2018 Advanced Placement (AP) Exam Administration. Deadline to register: March 16 Please ...
SPRING SPORTS REGISTRATION TIME!
Baseball, Boys Golf, Boys Tennis, Swimming, Boys Volleyball, Lacrosse, Softball and Track are all starting soon. Please click on link below for information on start dates and times. Reminder that all paperwork must be turned into the student store BEFORE the first day of practice – DO NOT BRING PAPERWORK to practice. https://islandersportsfoundation.com/2018/01/18/spring-sports-first-practices/
Follow the Islanders schedule, roster, events and photos all in one place.
Our next PTO meeting is tomorrow (Tuesday morning), February 6 at 9AM in the CHS Black Box Theatre. Principal Jenny Moore will provide information about “vaping”--a growing trend among students. Hope to see you there!
Coronado High School National Honor Society Applications are now available!
Link to application:
Requirements for Admission National Honor Society Coronado High School Chapter If you are a member of the class of 2019 or 2020, have attended CHS for at least one ...
Students must be a current CHS sophomore or junior with a cumulative GPA of 3.5 to be eligible. Paper applications are also available in the front office. Deadline is 3/1/18. Please turn your application in to your counselor!
February is Black History Month, and we will be sharing poetry, art, and achievements over the announcements. Click here to read today’s poem by Kwame Dawes, “A Way of Seeing”: https://www.poets.org/poetsorg/poem/way-seeing
The Academy of American Poets is the largest membership-based nonprofit organization fostering an appreciation for contemporary poetry and supporting American poets ...
Please support Coronado’s Talent variety show on Thursday, February 8 at 6:30 PM in the CHS Theatre; proceeds benefit our schools, and you are promised a night of exceptional homegrown entertainment! For more information and tickets: http://chs.coronadousd.net/news/coronados-talent/
Second Annual Community-Wide Talent Show. Biggest Event on the Island! Buy Tickets NOW! Coronado's Talent, presented by Alan Kinzel
Optimist Club of Coronado 2018 Oratorical Contest
“To be, or not to be…” famously spoke Hamlet. Local Coronado students are invited to speak their own thoughts on the topic Where Are My Roots of Optimism? in the 2018 Optimist International Oratorical Contest sponsored by the Optimist Club of Coronado. This year’s contest will be held in the Winn Room at the Coronado Library on Wednesday, February 28th at 3:30 p.m. The students’ 4 – 5 minute speeches are judged on content, presentation, poise, and overall effectiveness. The top three students receive medallions and cash awards. The top two students can compete at the zone and district level contests in April for college scholarships.
All Coronado students, including home-schooled students, under the age of 18 as of October 1, 2017 are eligible to participate and encouraged to apply. Application forms and contest rules are available at www.optimistclubofcoronado.org and from Gene Rathswohl, the contest coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Completed application forms should be either emailed or mailed to Gene Rathswohl, 924 Eighth St., Coronado, CA 92118. Applications must be received by Wednesday, February 21st. A maximum of 20 students can participate, so the earlier an application is submitted the better. Feel free to contact Gene with any questions regarding the contest rules.
The Lions’ Club is sponsoring a Speech Contest with a deadline of February 15. More info here: http://chs.coronadousd.net/news/coronado-lions-club-speaker-contest-registration-deadline-21518/
CHS Students Invited to Enter Coronado Rotary Speech Contest: Coronado High School and CoSA students in grades 9 through 12 are invited to enter the 2018 Rotary International Four-Way Speech Contest. The Rotary Club of Coronado competitions will be held in February with the club winner receiving $200 and moving on to higher level competition: http://chs.coronadousd.net/news/2018-rotary-international-four-way-speech-contest-deadline-13118/
Jennifer Moore, Principal
Coronado High School
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