Islander Family Email - 10/28/16Posted by: Erin Rowan 3 years, 5 months ago
Dear Islander Families,
Please join us this evening for one or more of the following events: Pack the stands at the Brian Bent Memorial Aquatic Complex for a home water polo game versus Cathedral Catholic High School at 5PM, cheer on our Islander Football team as it takes on San Diego High School at San Diego High tonight at 6:30 PM, and attend opening night of Grease at 7PM in our theatre!!
Halloween Costumes Dress Day: CHS students may wear costumes to school on Monday, October 31. Masks will NOT be permitted in class, and students are expected to meet dress code and standards for appropriate dress (and no fake weapons). Students with questions about their proposed costume may speak with an administrator.
We are grateful to our CHS PTO for sponsoring the Save a Life presentation (Drunk, Drugged and Distracted Driving): http://www.kramerintl.com/simulators/drunk-driving-simulator/) for our 11th and 12th graders on Monday, October 31. Juniors and Seniors will convene for an assembly in the morning, and then experience simulations in small groups throughout the day. Please continue discussions with your student about safe driving, safe biking, and safe pedestrian behavior!
We extend our deepest condolences and gratitude for his service and sacrifice to the family and command of Explosive Ordinance Disposal Chief (EODC) Jason Finan.
On Tuesday, November 1, our students have an opportunity to participate in a community demonstration of respect and gratitude as his procession travels west down Sixth Street from services at Sacred Heart Catholic Church between noon and 12:30. The motorcade will then go north on Alameda Avenue, and then turn east on 4th Street to make its way to Miramar National Cemetery for final interment.
The procession is anticipated to begin during the CHS lunch period. We invite our students to line Sixth Street, and will excuse freshmen who wish to participate from their on-campus lunch at that time to gather on 6th between D and F Avenues.
Jennifer Moore, Principal
Coronado High School
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