Student & Family Bulletin

Week of November 27


  1. TRIMESTER 1 GRADES: Report cards will be mailed home at the end of this week.  Students who have previously made arrangements with teachers to turn in late work may notice that the grade on the report card was current as of the end of the term and may be updated once that late work is turned in and graded.   

  2. SCHEDULE CHANGES:  Student schedules for 2nd trimester are viewable in Skyward and should be checked before school on Monday.  Schedules were developed and built around the classes that students forecast in the Spring (both requests and alternates) as well as graduation requirements and teacher recommendations.  Due to the complexity of the schedule, changes cannot be made unless there is an extenuating circumstance or an error (such as being scheduled for a class you have already completed). Changes cannot be made to move to a different period, to drop a graduation requirement, or because a student did not forecast.  If you believe you have extenuating circumstances and need a schedule change, please complete the ADD/DROP FORM. A copy of the master schedule is available on the website under the “Student” section of the Menu. You can also look HERE to see which classes are full. The classes that are filled in red are currently full. 

  3. CHEER MEETING: There will be a cheerleading meeting after school on Monday, November 27th in Mrs. Kock's room.

  4. ASVAB CAREER EXPLORATION: If you completed the ASVAB exam last week, you are invited to the ASVAB Test Interpretation and Career Exploration session on November 30th in the CHS Library at 10:00am.

  5. GRADUATION ORDERING: Jostens will be here on Friday during lunch to take graduation orders.  Orders may also be placed online.   To learn more information about ordering, you can visit Jostens website HERE.  Students can order anytime online or in person on Friday, December 1st at lunch in A Court.  

  6. STUDENTS LEAVING EARLY: Students, just a friendly reminder that if you need to leave school early for any reason, you must come to the front office to sign out.  This helps us know when you are on campus and is important for school safety.

  7. WINTER SPORTS FEES: If you are participatin in winter sports, your athletic fees (and ASB cared if you still need to buy one) are due by Friday, December 1st.

  8. ATHLETIC ATTENDANCE: If you are an athlete in winter sports, be sure to review the attendance requirements for athletic participation.  A student must be in each of his/her classes for the entire day in order to participate in an ASB or athletic activity that day. This includes attending advisory or any activity/assembly scheduled for that day. Students who are more than 15 minutes late for any class shall be considered absent for that period. The principal or their designee will make exceptions for medical related appointments (with note from provider) or activities pre-arranged with the principal or their designee.  Please see the Athletic Handbook in Final Forms for more information.

  9. CELL PHONE USAGE: As you are all aware, cell phones and ear buds are not allowed during class time.  The school cell policy states that a student will be given one warning.  When substitutes are present, the warning will be given at the beginning of the period to the  entire class period rather than to individual students.  After that, students will be asked to surrender their devices to the office for the remainder of the day and may retrieve them after the dismissal bell.

  10. MOCK TRIAL PRACTICE: Any student who wants to express interest & audition for a part on the Mock Trial team this year should attend one of the following sessions: Lawyers, 2-3 p.m., and Witnesses, 3-4 p.m., and all sessions will be held Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 29, in Portable #4 (P-4), Mr. Larsen's former classroom.

  11. VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: Skyline Health Foundation is seeking six high school student volunteers to help with the annual “Thanks for Giving” dinner on December 7th from 5:30-9:30 p.m. in the Skyline Health Meeting Space.   Students will have the opportunity to earn community volunteer hours, learn about philanthropy and gain event experience. Student responsibilities include serving water, clearing tables, washing dishes, and other duties. Students should wear all black attire and appropriate shoes for standing and moving.   To volunteer, sign up HERE. Questions, contact Jill Catherine, Skyline Health Foundation Associate at jcatherine@myskylinehealth.org or 509-637-2601.

  12. YOUTH BASKETBALL REFEREE INTEREST MEETING: Are you interested in being a referee for youth basketball? Come to the referee interest meeting Tuesday, Dec 5 at lunch in Mrs. Kock’s room. Lunch will be provided!

MONDAY (11/27)

ASB Meeting @ lunch in Mr. Knowles’s room

Cheer Meeting after school in Mrs. Kock's room

TUESDAY (11/28)

Knowledge Bowl @ lunch in Mr. Sankari’s room


1:40 Release Schedule

Knowledge Bowl @ lunch in Mr. Sankari’s room

SAGE meeting @ lunch in Ms. Lemon’s room

Coding Club @ lunch in Mrs. Kock’s room

FFA Meeting @ lunch in Mrs. Gehrig’s room

Mock Trial Meeting 2-4pm in P4

Away Girls Basketball @ Hood River 4:15/5:45pm 

Away Boys Basketball @ Hood River 4:15/5:45/7:15pm

THURSDAY (11/30)

ASVAB Test Interpretation & Career Exploration 10:00am in the library

NHS Meeting @ lunch in Mrs. Kock’s room

SkillsUSA Meeting in woodshop after school

FRIDAY (12/1)

Graduation Cap & Gown Ordering during lunch in A Court

International Club @ lunch in Mr. Lorincz’s room

Upcoming Dates

  • Dec. 4: SoS Meeting during 2nd period

  • Dec. 4: Knowledge Bowl Competition (also Jan. 8, Feb. 5)

  • Dec. 6: ASVAB @ 8:30 in library

  • Dec. 14: Winter Music Concert @ 7pm in gym

  • Dec. 15: Winter Sports Assembly (3:10 assembly schedule)

  • Dec. 18-Jan. 1: No School (Winter Break)

  • Feb. 21: Jostens Junior Class Meeting during Advisory

  • Mar. 1: Lock In

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