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As we prepare for the many celebrations at the end of a school year, we wanted to share with you a quick reference guide to help assist you with the countless calendars that you manage. It is hard to believe that we are days away from exams, commencement, and the beginning of summer break.
The second semester ends on May 26th this year. In order to meet the curricular needs of the students, we had to be creative with the exam schedules. Many departments shared that maximizing the exam schedule for senior projects, exams, and presentations would minimize the disruptions to their target outcomes in their curriculum. When you look at the enclosed calendar, you will notice a hybrid block schedule rotation for senior exams, and a more traditional exam schedule for underclassmen exams.
The senior exams begin May 17-19. The exam periods are bold. All seniors will report to their exam period. Seniors at Auburn will stay at CHS during their scheduled exam time. Transportation for Juniors will remain the same. Transportation for Seniors to Auburn will be at 11:15 am on May 17 and normal times on May 18-19. For those students returning from Auburn without a scheduled period, they will be placed in study hall until their scheduled exam. Students in grades 9-11 will follow the entire block schedule each day during the senior exams. Senior teachers will notify any senior of multiple exam testing days. For example, a teacher may choose to have part 1 of their test during 1st period on May 17, and part 2 on May 19. Furthermore, a teacher may choose to have part 1 during the 40-minute class prior to the exam period. During each lunch period, the cafeteria will have serving lines open, along with students choosing to use the option of an open campus lunch.
Moreover; ALL seniors will be turning in their Chromebook during the morning testing times from May 17-19. Parent volunteers will assist with this essential job. To streamline this process, remind your son/daughter to charge their Chromebook and collect their charger. Any damage to their Chromebook might include fees that will be assessed and rendered prior to graduation practice. If you are interested in assisting us in this process, please contact Ms. Kisabeth (firstname.lastname@example.org)
As a reminder, all fees must be paid in full to allow seniors to participate in practice and the Commencement activities. Please contact Carolyn McBride with questions. 1.440.285.4057
Prom Assembly 7:30-8:10
1st - 8:20-9:40
2nd - 9:50-11:10
Lunch 11:15-12:15 (open) Open Campus Lunch for all students 9-12
3rd - 12:20-1:00
4th - 1:05-1:45
10th - 1:50-2:31
3rd - 7:30-8:50
4th - 9:00-10:20
5/6th - 10:30-11:50
Lunch - 12:00-1:00 (open) Open Campus Lunch for all students 9-12
7/8th - 1:05-1:45
9th - 1:50-2:31
7/8th - 7:30-8:50
9th - 9:00 - 10:20
10th - 10:30-11:50
Lunch - 12:00-1:00 (open) Open Campus Lunch for all students 9-12
1st - 1:05-1:45
2nd - 1:50-2:31
The underclassmen finals will follow a traditional open campus exam schedule where students report during their academic period. In the same tone, Chromebooks for ALL underclassmen will be collected from 8:30am-12:00pm on May 23-25. As stated above, to streamline this process, remind your son/daughter to charge their Chromebook and collect their charger. Any damage to their Chromebook might include fees that will be assessed and rendered to your account balance.
10:50-12:20 - 7/8th
12:20-2:31: Make-Ups & conferences
12:20-2:31: Make- ups & conferences
10:50-2:31: Make-ups & conferences
We have experienced a memorable year filled with many accolades both in and out of the classroom. We are proud of the development of your son(s) and daughter(s). With many memories still to come, cherish the little things of their high school days. We are grateful for your continued support and look forward to seeing you at one of the many events coming soon. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to call any staff member at the high school to assist you with your needs.
Chromebook Collection 2017
It is hard to believe that we are closing out the 2016-17 school year. We have many things to be grateful for and accomplishments to celebrate this year.
During the days of May 17-19; 23-25, students will need to turn-in their Chromebooks & Chargers in the Learning Center. School Fees may be accessed according to the condition of your device or failure to return a charger. Any parent interested in assisting us in this important task may contact email@example.com . We would appreciate any parent assistance just like last Spring and this past Fall.
The following times will be allotted:
May 17-19, 2017 (8:30 AM-12:00 PM) Senior Chromebook Collection
May 23-25, 2017 (8:30AM- 12:00PM) Underclassmen Collection
The task includes:
1. Report to the Learning Center when your time is called (per Last Name) to return the Chromebooks.
2. Having the students clean, dry, power on/off the devices with wipes provided.
3. Staff will access the Chromebooks for damage, etc. and document any device in need of repair.
4. Placing devices in two receptacles: needs repaired or acceptable.
What Do Students Need To Know?
Monday May 15 Jr. Locker Cleanout - Bell #2
Tuesday May 16 NO LATE START - Regular bell schedule
Wednesday May 17
Thursday, May 18
Friday, May 19
Monday, May 22 Bell #2
Tuesday, May 23
Wednesday, May 24
Thursday, May 25
2018 European Adventure to Germany, Switzerland, Italy and Paris
2018 European Adventure
Germany, Switzerland, Italy & Paris
CHS is pleased to announce a 2018 European Adventure to Germany, Switzerland, Italy and Paris next summer, JUNE of 2018! This 13-day tour includes Munich and Bavaria, Lucerne and the Alps, Venice through northern Italy, and the amazing city of Paris.
This trip is open to ALL CHS students. An Information meeting will be TUESDAY, MAY 16th, 2017 in the CHS Media Center at 7:00pm. Please email Kristen Niedzwiecki, Tour Leader & CHS Spanish Teacher (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information and go to
Señora Niedzwiecki´s Web Page for details.
Academic Decathlon: National Competition
The Chardon High School Academic Decathlon team competed in Online National competition representing Ohio in the medium school division. The team finished just out of the top 10 in 11th place. Senior Chad Skerbec garnered a bronze medal in Mathematics. Chad will also receive a $250.00 scholarship from United States Academic Decathlon for his team high score. The team will be recognized by the Chardon School Board at it's upcoming May 15th meeting.