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Student & Family Bulletin

Week of January 30

Announcements:

  1. MAP MAKE-UP TESTING: If you haven’t finished MAP testing you will be scheduled to finish on Tuesday during 2nd period (and Wednesday if necessary).  You will report directly to the library with your chromebooks, and attendance will be taken there.  Look for an email from Mrs. Hume Monday morning to find out if you will be completing testing.

  2. CONFERENCES: All families are invited to student-led conferences which will take place Tuesday, January 31st - Friday, February 3rd.  Families, you should have a conference scheduled already with your student’s advisor.  If you do not have one scheduled, you may contact the advisor directly or call the front office.  These conferences are a time for families to find out about graduation requirements, academic progress, student goals, and more.  We will be on a 12:05 release schedule Tuesday - Friday to accommodate these conferences.  BELL SCHEDULE

  3. KNOWLEDGE BOWL:  There is an important knowledge bowl meeting in Mr. Sankari's room at lunch today (Monday, January 30). If you're in knowledge bowl, please be there. Also, there is a home knowledge bowl meet after school with Stevenson and Mill A.

  4. LIBRARY SURVEY: Hey students, families, and staff, the CHS Library wants to hear from you!  Please complete this short survey to tell us how our library can better serve you.  The survey is available here in ENGLISH and SPANISH.

  5. ASVAB: We will be hosting the ASVAB Wednesday, February 22,  from 8:15-10:30 a.m. in the CHS Library for SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS and SENIORS who are interested in a military career. Earning a score of 31 or higher also meets both the ELA and math assessment requirements for juniors and seniors! The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) is a multiple choice test, administered by the United States Military Entrance Processing Command, used to determine qualification for enlistment in the United States Armed Forces. Visit the ASVAB website for additional information: https://www.asvabprogram.com/  If you are interested in taking the test, please email Mrs. Hallead no later than February 21st.

  6. MASONIC SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY: The Freemasons offer several scholarship opportunities for high school students.  To find out more information, please visit their website HERE.

  7. SUMMER OPPORTUNITY: Are you interested in a career in the medical field?  Then the UDOC Summer Program might be for you!  UDOC is a free, residential three-week summer education program that aims to foster, affirm, and encourage high school juniors interested in health careers.  UDOC runs from July 9th – 29th 2023 on the University of Washington Seattle campus (in-person, depending on COVID-19 University of Washington and CDC guidance.)  Applications for UDOC 2023 are available online now and the deadline to apply is March 1st.  Find the application and more information HERE.

  8. FENTANYL/OPIOID AWARENESS FORUMS: Evergreen and Vancouver Public School have partnered with the Clark County Sheriff’s office to provide several public health forums to help educate families about the dangers of fentanyl and synthetic opioids.  In person forums will occur in English on Feb. 7 at the Fort Vancouver High School Auditorium in English and Spanish on February 9th at the Evergreen High School Auditorium.  All forums begin at 7pm and will also be live streamed HERE.  Please be aware that the information presented may not be suitable for young children.

  9. GORGE ROLLER DERBY: Gorge Roller Derby will be hosting a fundraiser for the White Salmon Valley Education Foundation on Saturday, February 11th from 4-8pm in the CHS gym. Gym doors open at 4 and the derby begins at 5.  The event is open to all ages and is wheelchair accessible.  You can buy presale tickets HERE  or pay at the door.  The cost of the event is $10 for adults or $8 for students. Children ages 6 and under get in free.  

  10. SPRING SPORTS: Spring sports, including boys soccer, track and field, tennis, softball, and baseball begin Monday, February 27th.  You must have a current physical on file and complete all required paperwork through Final Forms.  To find out more information, visit the CHS Athletic page HERE.

  11. FORECASTING: Several people have inquired about when students will forecast for classes next year.  This will happen in the spring, likely toward the beginning of 3rd trimester. In preparation, families will receive a list of graduation requirements during conferences.

MONDAY (1/30)

ASB Meeting @ lunch in library

Knowledge Bowl Meeting @ lunch in Mr. Sankari’s room

SkillsUSA Meeting  after school in Metalshop

Knowledge Bowl Meet after school in A Court

TUESDAY (1/31)

12:05 Release BELL SCHEDULE

MAP MAKE Ups - in library 2nd period

Home Girls Basketball v. La Center (5:30/7:00)

WEDNESDAY (2/1)

12:05 Release BELL SCHEDULE

College Shirt Wednesday

Away Boys Basketball @ La Center (4:00/5:30/ 7:00)

THURSDAY (2/2)

12:05 Release BELL SCHEDULE

Sources of Strength 4th Period in library

Away Girls Basketball @ King’s Way  (5:30/7:00)

FRIDAY (2/3)

12:05 Release BELL SCHEDULE

Ski Club Trip @ 3:15

Home Boys Basketball v King’s Way (4:00/5:30/7:00)

SATURDAY 2/4

Away Wrestling - Sub District Championships @ Stevenson (10am)

Home Girls Basketball v. Castle Rock (12:00/1:30)

Upcoming Dates

  • Feb. 6: NHS Induction @ 6:30pm in library

  • Feb. 8: Jostens Junior Class Meeting (during advisory)

  • Feb 11: Gorge Roller Derby 4pm in gym

  • Feb. 14: Blood Drive

  • Feb. 15 & 16: District Mock Trial Competition in Vancouver

  • Feb. 17: Ski Club Trip - also Feb. 24

  • Feb. 25: MORP (winter dance) 7-10 in A Court

  • Mar. 10: Lock In (8pm - 6am) in Gym

  • Mar. 30: Jostens Graduation Delivery

  • Apr. 26: Career Fair

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