Cougar Daily Announcements

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

 

All senior girl basketball players please report to Mr. Hamon’s office during channel one.

 

All student council members, that includes the 2018 and the 2019 members, please report to Mrs. Kujawa’s room.   

 

There will be a meeting for ALL players intending to play boys’ basketball next school year in Room 3W on Wednesday during Channel One

 

The student council is partnering with coping 4 life to collect formal Prom or Homecoming dresses.  All dress donations can be brought to CHS and dropped off with Mrs. Kujawa any time before May 22. 

 

Grades 9-11 Technology Information:  All Chromebooks need to be turned in to your 6th hour teacher by the last exam day, May 21. Please keep the charger and strap at home.  It is your responsibility to keep the strap and charger in a safe place, as you will need these items for the 18-19 school year. Your 6th hour teacher will instruct you to fill out a Chromebook Check-In Sheet and clean the Chromebook with an iCloth (provided).  Over the summer, the technology staff will check, update, and repair any items, if necessary. The same Chromebook will be issued to you for the 18-19 school year. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Wiegmann.  Please plan accordingly.

 

Seniors: Please be sure to return any library books and pay your library fees if you owe any in the library before the end of school.  Seniors who owe fees were notified through email.  If you have any questions, see Mrs. Hogg in the library.  

 

Seniors:  Technology Information

Please save/forward any documents you would like to keep for future reference off of your Google Drive, Email or network folder to another location (i.e. flash drive or another Gmail/Google Drive account, etc.) by May 25, 2018. Your centralcougars.org email account will become inactive at that time.  Your network drive will be removed on May 25, 2018, as well.  Please plan accordingly.  Thank you.

 

If you took Drivers Ed 1st quarter and haven't driven with Mr. Howard yet, you need to sign up to drive this summer.  Your name is on his door 15W put your phone number next to your name.  

 

Centralia High School is once again offering recovery credit summer school in Language Arts or Math Essentials this summer. The Math Essentials course will cover the Geometry content or 3rd year of math requirement for graduation. It does not fulfill the Algebra I state requirement for graduation. Central students are allowed to take 1 credit in summer school only. The hybrid online courses start on June 4th and run through July 23rd. Students would need to go to campus to take the test on Monday and Thursday during the open computer lab time. The cost is $200 for our out of district students. Students need to see Miss Lohman or Mrs. Jones for registration paperwork. 

 

Kaskaskia College will be starting the After School College Program for students who will be juniors and seniors this fall. The KC Foundation is funding this program which will allow for the tuition, mandatory fees, and online fees to be waived with the student being responsible for textbooks and lab fees if applicable.  Central students will be able to take courses that are no longer offered as dual credit at Central (POLS 101 & SPCH 103 in the fall and ENGL 101 & BIOL 121 in the Spring). Classes will be during the evening hours throughout the week and some on Saturday if a lab is involved at the KC Trenton center. KC's priority deadline is June 1st. Please do not wait until the last minute since the registration form does require a high school signature. Students need to see Miss Lohman for registration forms. 

 

Football cheerleading tryouts will be held May 29th through June 1st.  Anyone interested in trying out needs to pick up a cheer packet in the office.   Coach Straeter.

 

Students who attend a High School in the Kaskaskia College District are eligible to participate in the Jump Start Program for the summer session. Current seniors are not eligible. Tuition will be waived for half of the cost of up to 3 credit hours. Students will be responsible for all fees, textbook cost & half of the tuition.  Students need to have at least a “C” average in high school and demonstrate a high maturity level in order to be successful in a college level course. Please see your counselor for a registration form. 

Join the Midwest Cyber Center at McKendree University for a week long FREE CyberCamp June 25-29 from 9am - 12pm. This camp is open to all Middle School and High School students (students going into 6th - 12th grade for the upcoming school year).  Students will be able to explore cybersecurity career opportunities, cyber ethics, online safety, how computers work, and cyber threats. They will have the opportunity to learn these skills through fun, hands-on, interactive activities. The last day of the camp will give the students the opportunity to test what they've learned through a fun mini competition! Register online at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/afa-cybercamp-mckendree-tickets-43203542960
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Seniors and Parents:  All seniors are reminded that the Senior Breakfast and Rehearsal will be held at 8:00 A.M. on Tuesday, May 22nd.  This is a mandatory part of graduation and seniors must be in attendance.  The Rehearsal for the ceremony will be immediately following breakfast.  All students should dress appropriately.  (We suggest wearing graduation attire and the same shoes as you will wear to the graduation.)  The level of cooperation and efficiency during the rehearsal directly affects the length of time we will be here!  If there are any questions regarding the Senior Breakfast or Rehearsal please see Mr. Meyer or Mr. Jones.  Thank you.

 

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Knotty Pine is now hiring servers and cooks.   You must be at least 16 years of age.   If interested, please apply in person.  Any questions call 526-4556.

 

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Calendar

 

May 17 -         Final Exams

May 18 -        Final Exams

May 21 -        Final Exams (1:15 dismissal)

May 22 -        Senior Breakfast and Rehearsal (8:00 A.M.)

May 22 -         Athletic Banquet (6:00 P.M.)

May 24 -        Graduation Ceremony (7:00 P.M.)

 

*EXAMS SCHEDULE*

 

DAY 1 EXAM SCHEDULE

Period

Time

Activity

1

8:03 – 8:43

Review

2

8:46 – 9:24

Review

3

9:27 – 10:05

Review

4

10:08 – 10:46

Review

5

10:49 – 11:29

Review

6A Lunch

11:29 – 11:54

Lunch A

6B

11:32 – 12:12

In Class Review

6B Lunch

12:12 – 12:38

Lunch B

6A

11:57 – 12:38

In Class Review

7

12:41 – 1:18

Review

7th Exam

1:20 – 2:50

Exam 7

 

2:50

Dismissal

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DAY 2 EXAM SCHEDULE

Period

Time

Activity

1

8:03 – 9:35

Exam 1

2

9:38 – 11:10

Exam 2

3A Lunch

11:10 – 11:40

Lunch 3A

3B

11:13 – 12:45

Exam 3B

3A

11:43 – 1:15

Exam 3A

3B Lunch

12:45 – 1:15

Lunch 3B

 

1:15

Dismissal (Those students not riding the bus @ 2:50 et al)

4

1:15 – 2:50

Report to 4th period class (Those students riding bus &

 

 

Any student wanting study assistance from teachers)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DAY 3 EXAM SCHEDULE

Period

Time

Activity

4

8:03 – 9:35

Exam 4

5

9:38 – 11:10

Exam 5

6A Lunch

11:10 – 11:40

Lunch 6A

6B

11:13 – 12:45

Exam

6B Lunch

12:45 – 1:15

Lunch 6B

6A

11:43 – 1:15

Exam

 

1:15

Dismissal

Lunch A- eat 1st lunch                                                                         Lunch B- eat 2nd lunch

 

 

Under no circumstances shall a student be allowed to leave a classroom early after completing an exam.  Note: Following an absence due to medical/dental, etc., appointment reason, students who enter school without a note stating such will be unexcused unless the note is received within 24 hours.  It is the parent/student responsibility to follow up with the main office (within those 24 hours) to make sure that the office has received a note. 

 

All review sessions are mandatory on Day 1

 

Students may be allowed to take your exam during their study hall if the following criteria is met: 

· You give student approval to do so.

· You offer the same exam during that period

· You have enough desks to accommodate the additional students

2.  Students have the option to attend study halls at the beginning and end of each day:

· Day 1 - 7th period study hall students must attend sessions 1-7         until 1:18.  Exam # 7 begins at that time.  

 

· Day 2 - 1st period study hall students must arrive by 9:35 A.M. 3rd period study hall students may exit at 11:10 (Unless riding the bus or staying to study)

 

· Day 2 – No exams will be administered between 1:15 & 2:50 unless a student is making up a missed exam.

 

· Day 3 - 4th period study hall students must arrive by 9:35 A.M.  6th period study hall students may exit at 11:10