Congratulations are in order for our State Qualifying Academic Decathlon Team!!
Students garnered 16 medals total including 5 gold. Pictured from L-R are: David Nedrow, Chad Skerbec, Abbie Greene, Jem Shaffer, Jackie Schlag, Noah Bena, Megan Schlag, Gwen Norsic, Anjaleigh Hart
Last week, our student led ACT (Administrative Core Team) presented on their principles of “Sandy Hook Promise.” The presentation was based on what the team learned at their training at Orange High School in the fall. The students focused on talking to your “trusted adult” and keeping your eyes and ears open for problems with your friends. The message our students shared blended perfectly with our AC4P movement we have been growing. The students were able to spend the morning working with Shane McCarty from the COR Foundation and our own Dominic Ferrante. Our groups tried to identify what our ideal school would look like and how we can actively choose to make it that way. A huge thank you to our student leaders for having the courage to speak in front of the entire school.
Justin Stanko, Mason Metz, Jackson Condon, Kaitlyn O’Hara, Marissa Pericco, Miranda Harper, TeAira Long, Megan Chapin, Deanna Ogrinc, Rachel Banks, Stephen Blauch, Laurel Grae, and Cassidy Baker. We are very proud of their leadership!
Come out and enjoy our talented thespians. This year’s musical is Aida. This timeless love story takes place in Egypt and is sure to entertain all audiences. The music is written by Elton John and the play was originally produced by Walt Disney Productions. In 2000, Aida was nominated for 5 Tony Award’s. Hope to see you at Park Auditorium.
The play runs:
Thursday 7:00 PM
Friday 7:00 PM
Saturday 7:00 PM
Sunday 2:00 PM
The following have been nominated for a #UToppers recognition. We will host all of these folks for a pizza lunch and thank them for their positive contribution to the culture and climate of CHS. I have also included the names of employees or students who nominated the winners.
We are pleased to announce that on Tuesday, March 15th, the Chardon Local School District transitioned to a new Voice over IP (VoIP) phone system. There are many benefits to this new system, including significant cost-savings, and we eagerly anticipate this change. Please note that the district's main number, school building main numbers, and staff phone numbers will all remain the same.
As part of the new system, we will be launching an auto-attendant feature. For example, if you call any of the main school numbers you will be offered a dialing menu of options from which to choose, which will route your call more quickly and efficiently. Additionally, all phone extensions will be equipped to receive voice mail including all teachers!
To access the extensions of your son or daughter's teacher, please click here. Be sure to bookmark this page for future reference.