The Week in Reflection: 4/15
Rain, Rain, Go Away! It has been a long wait for spring, and it almost feels like the long and winding road of winter has never left. In spring sport news, we can share that even away games on turf fields cancel as the rain turned into storms. With the pockets of sunshine and the hope for a dry tomorrow, there is hope that we will play outside more consistently than we have been. We snuck a few outdoor events this week which was certainly better than our previous weeks.
More recently, we shared with our staff, families, and students about the volume of events and schedules that are upcoming. It is daunting when you stare at the spreadsheet of dates and experiences. We each need to take it day by day and week by week.
Keep in mind that today's stress is tomorrow's opportunity. Yes, there are so many things to check off the list, but at least we have a list. I am very appreciative of your patience as we continue to build each event and detail.
The most important thing that we each can do is support each other, our students, our community, and demonstrate gratitude for the little things.
So, when you wake up in the morning and smile at the rising sun (every few days), pause to hear those song birds singing sweet songs...and celebrate the moment.
The spring brings upon new growth and energy. Smile and seize the beauty in front of you. Make today great and nurture each other!
Donating his locks out of love
Mike Meleski (Class of 2022) donated his hair on Monday for the second time to patients fighting cancer. The first time was back in 2014 he donated 12 inches and tonight he is donating 16 inches!
Images of the Week
AHLI members would like to thank everyone who donated over 277 items during the Sub Zero Project. Enclosed are the images from their service project! We are so grateful for the students and leadership of Mrs. Yeager who organized this project.
Quick Reference for State Testing
Quick Reference for the next two months
April 15: Good Friday - No school
April 18: Conference Comp. Day - No school
April 19: School Resumes/ Senior Class Meeting during Topper Time
April 22: Staff v Senior Students Volleyball game (Assembly)
April 25: AIR Test (Math - Grade 8, Algebra I, and Geometry) - RED TESTING DAY
April 26: “Your Life, Your Choice” Senior Field Trip - BLACK DAY
April 27: AIR Test (Science - Grade 8 and Biology) - RED TESTING DAY
April 28: Envirothon Competition -BLACK DAY
April 29: AIR Test (Social Studies - Government and American History) MAP testing
Schedule for Next Week
Monday, April 18: Conference Comp. Day - No school
Tuesday, April 19: White Day Schedule
Wednesday, April 20: Red Day Schedule
Thursday, April 21: Black Day Schedule
Friday, April 22- White Day Schedule (w/Assembly)
Friday, April 22: Special Schedule
Senior Handbook: A Guide to Senior Events
2022 Commencement Speaker, Dominic Ferrante
Dominic Ferrante has lived his entire life on the east side of Cleveland. After a short time in Mayfield, he moved out to Chardon and has lived there ever since. Dominic is most supported by his mother and father, two younger twin brothers and an older sister. Dominic's purpose and energy started to bloom during his years at Chardon High School. As a junior, Dominic worked with Mr. Murray to realign our digital audience on the morning announcements. He was actively involved in AC4P, Student Council, Band, and numerous service activities. After attending Chardon High school and graduating in 2016, Dominic continued his education at Bowling Green State University.
While at BG, Dominic worked for the on-campus news station as an anchor and reporter. Dominic also worked at the local PBS station as a production assistant for a variety of different shoots. While working for PBS, Dominic’s favorite position was working floor camera for the BGSU men’s basketball games.
Dominic graduated from BGSU in 2020 with a B.S in Media and Communication and a minor in Journalism. While finishing his senior year at BG, Dominic started working as an intern with WKYC. He was ultimately hired on as a part-time photographer working the weekend morning shift, commuting back and forth from BG to Cleveland to work.
After a short period working part-time, Dominic was hired full-time at WKYC as a photojournalist. While working as a photographer, Dominic has started to expand his career as a reporter. Dominic's talents as a photographer and editor have earned him three Emmy nominations. Dominic is a young entrepreneur who is innovative, a creative visionary, and always looking to recreate digital technology.
In his free time Dominic loves spending time with his dogs and girlfriend, Morgan. If not there, Dominic can be found on the bike path or flying his drone.
Dominic is excited to come back to his alma mater to share is evolving 4E pathway with the graduates of 2022.
CHS Principal Podcast: Season 3, Episode 35: Boys Lacrosse
Important Parent Night Opportunity: April 26
After Prom Is Seeking Assistance
Come and be a part of Chardon After Prom!
We are parent and community volunteers who plan and support the After Prom event as well as other high school activities.
Join us on Mondays and Wednesdays while we make decorations for After Prom in May. We meet in the high school cafeteria from 7-9pm.
If you want more information or have any questions email us at email@example.com. Don't forget to like us on Facebook, and to get the latest updates follow us on Twitter @CAfterprom
You can visit the After Prom website too to find out more about us!
Executive Student Council Application 2022-2023
The following information was shared with all students this week.
Attention Class of 2023: A Message from the Nurse
Dear parents and guardians,
Please note that it is a requirement for students to be current on Ohio Department of Health immunizations in order to attend school. Students can be excluded if non-compliant with immunizations. Attached is a document which reflects when dosing is required for children. For the purposes of high school, a student must have a second dose of the meningococcal vaccine prior to entry into 12th grade. It is helpful to have these appointments scheduled over the summer so as to be compliant when school starts. If your child has not received the second meningococcal vaccine prior to the start of the 2022-2023 school year, an immunization exemption form must be completed after the 15th day of school is complete while waiting for completion of the vaccination series.
Please feel free to call any of the district nurses with questions on the policy regarding immunizations.
Sarah Park BSN
Chilled Apple sauce*
Chicken Patty Sandwich
Rotini Pasta with
Alfredo or Marinara sauce
Chicken Patty Sandwich
Spicy Chicken Patty
Mixed Fruit *
Chicken Patty Sandwich
Pizza Hut Pizza
Sloppy Joe or
BBQ Pork on Bun
Chicken Patty Sandwich
Community Flyers (NEW)
Mr. Murray’s YouTube Page
The Hilltop Echo (School Newspaper)
Video Announcements: Link for the Morning Announcements
Week in Reflection: This is the Weekly Publication for Parents/Students/Staff
Chardon High School: Program of Study
Chardon High School Bell Schedule; Google Document of our bell schedule
Chardon High School Student Handbook
Teacher Resources for CHS Students
Student Acceptable Use Policy (All Students Must Sign)
Chardon High School Google Calendar
Chardon Athletics Sports Calendar
Remind101 Text Message: https://www.remind.com/join/chs21-22
Twitter- Follow @chs_dmurray @chardonhs @toppernation @chs_AP_Higham @mrs_bondi
Have a beautiful weekend with your family and friends this weekend!
Douglas Murray, Principal
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