A Week of Capturing Memories
The beginning of the school year is always filled with activities such as orientations, class meetings, navigating new routes, classes...all to set up the new normal. Can you believe that we are concluding week two already!? There are so many amazing things that our staff and students were accomplishing this week towards the mission of our school district committing to high achievement for all students.
If you are unaware of this blog called the Week in Reflection, the purpose of this communication is to share with everyone all the work happening at CHS each week from a principal's perspective. This newsletter is a very therapeutic (and time-consuming) reflection of all the things that I see each week.
You will see photographs, short reflections, opportunities, and event information. I am not an author. I am just a simple man that loves what I do...I love kids and want to help each child find their purpose. In this Week in Reflection, you will read and see so many wonderful opportunities and experiences that show the engagement of our students and staff within our mission.
The week was filled with teachers and students expanding their knowledge as they began to dig deeper into the standards in each course. It was a warm week, but certainly beautiful. Take a few moments to peruse all of the great things happening at CHS.
The Schedule For Next Week
August 28th: Monday- White Day Schedule
August 29th: Tuesday- White Day Schedule
August 30th: Wednesday- Red Day Schedule
August 31th: Thursday- Black Day Schedule
September 1st: Friday- No School (PD Day)
September 4th Monday- No School (Labor Day)
Reminder- Afternoon Transportation Procedures
Please be mindful of the following afternoon directions:
CHS Principal Podcast: S5 E2: Meet the Captains of the Crazies
Model United Nations
Attention 8-12th grade students, if you are interested in expanding your political knowledge, meeting new people, and learning about global issues, consider joining Model UN.
Model United Nations is a great way to improve your research, public speaking, debate and leadership skills. Model UN is a world renowned organization and helped to enhance a college or job application!
We are having our first meeting Wednesday, September 6th right after school in Room 210. Contact Mrs. Niedzwiecki for more information.
What is Model United Nations? VIDEO from Cleveland Council on World Affairs
The Education Benefits of Model United Nations
Cardiac Screenings for Students Ages 12+