Monday, October 31 is Halloween. However, with all of the excitement leading into week- the Chardon Crazies and the CHS Administration are moving the traditional costume day to this Friday, October 28.
Our students have traditionally dressed in appropriate costumes at school for the day. Students will be permitted to dress this year, as long as the outfit properly follows the guidelines below. Likewise, the theme for the game this Friday is Halloween Attire.
Staff and administration will be extremely diligent to ensure that all costumes are school appropriate and not a distraction to other students in their classes. Some things to consider when creating your costume:
Becoming Effective Learners Student Survey
On Monday, students will dress in regular attire and we will have a (30) minute homeroom in order to facilitate The Becoming Effective Learners (BEL) survey. The students will need their Chromebooks. Details of the login procedures are in this email.
This survey has been developed by researchers at the University of Chicago Consortium on School Research to gather data on student non-cognitive factors and classroom conditions to inform teaching and learning and to contribute to positive classroom practice and the utilization of strategies to improve development of students’ non-cognitive factors. This survey is part of the Becoming Effective Learners Partner Project that we shared at our faculty meeting last Thursday.
Students who have returned an opt-out form should not take the survey.
All students including students with disabilities and those students who are English language learners should have the opportunity to complete the survey. Students are required to enter their student ID and birth date to login to the survey. The student survey takes approximately 20 minutes to complete. All surveys should be completed in one sitting if possible; surveys cannot be retrieved once submitted. For this reason, please encourage your son/daughter to take their time when responding to the survey. Students may skip any questions they do not wish to answer.
I truly, truly, truly appreciate your flexibility with the various activities and adjustments that have been occurring with our routines over the last few weeks. Learning is exciting, and often creates opportunities for further growth through purposeful decisions that guide the entire high school experience. Please note, and plan for a Morning Pep Rally on Friday, November 4 as we celebrate the accomplishments of our Fall Sport Athletes.
Thank you for sharing your children with us!