Bulletin

CHS Daily Bulletin

Week of October 27th through October 31st

 

Students:  TWIRPS is in 2 weeks………….if you have more than one Saturday School and want to go to the Dance, you need start getting your numbers down to ONE or none now.  Saturday School is in K114 at 7:55 am each Saturday.  Check with Attendance if you don’t know how many you have.

 

 

DETENTION IS LOCATED IN ROOM S-6 AFTER SCHOOL – 3:10pm – 4:10pm     

 

Birthday Grams are now available.  Surprise your friends with a Singing Birthday Gram for only $5.00 and help to support CHS Choirs.

 

Juniors and Seniors interested in taking a class at Chico State need to enroll through the Chico Scholars Program.  To enroll you must attend one of the MANDATORY Orientation meetings:  December 3rd, December 11th OR December 16th.  For more information see the Counseling website link for CSU High School Scholars.

 

The ASVAB will be offered at Chico High on November 6th.  This assessment is a great tool to identify what you are good at and what careers may be in your future.  See Mrs. Chandler in Counselling to sign up.

 

Outdoor School Counselor applications are now available in the Counseling in the Counseling Office.  The application is good for all participating CUSD Elementary Schools.  The deadline for submitting the application is November 20, 2014.

 

Students:  Guest Passes for taking non-Chico High students to TWIRPS are now in the Asst. Principals’ office.  You MUST have the form filled out completely with all of  the proper signatures in order to purchase TWIRPS tickets when they go on sale.

 

Red Ribbon Week: This week is Red Ribbon Week. This can be a positive time to celebrate being drug and alcohol free by enjoying the good real things in our lives, without the risks and dangers that drug or alcohol use will bring to our lives. This is also a time to celebrate, support, and assist people who are trying to reduce and kick bad habits in their use of drugs and alcohol. If you are struggling with the difficult parts of your life, seek out help from someone you trust such as a parent, teacher, nurse, counselor, or grandparent. Don’t mask problems with drug use, it will make things worse, and can lead to a terrible addiction. Instead try to break down your problems into manageable parts, and step by step begin to solve them. Your choices as a young person are important, think about the consequences of your actions. The risks of using drugs or alcohol can have a devastating effect on your life and the lives of others. Also be careful not to use drugs and alcohol out of boredome, or to get high, get high on the many real things to do in life to feel good about. Some of the many real options to feel good about are things such as sports, reading, music, school, family, friends, helping others, cooking, etc... Make good choices, keep it real, be drug free.

 

 

 

 

MONDAY:

FIDM Fashion Club – 2nd lunch – D3

Drama Club – after school – Theater

International Club – 2nd lunch – A12  

Girls Golf – EAL/SRL Tournament (18) – Riverview Golf Course – 1:00pm

Girls Tennis at EAL/SRL Championship - Foothill

 

TUESDAY:

Girls Golf – EAL/SRL Tournament (18) – Riverview Golf Course – 1:00pm

Frosh/FS/Varsity Volleyball at Paradise – 5:00/6:00/7:00pm

 

WEDNESDAY:  TEACHER COLLABORATION TODAY – CLASSES START AT 8:35am 

Girls Tennis at NSCIF Team Championship - TBD

 

THURSDAY:

Coed Swimming at Division 1 Championship – TBD

Frosh/FS/Varsity Volleyball vs Shasta – CHS Gym – 5:00/6:00/7:00pm

 

FRIDAY:

Girls Tennis at NSCIF Individual Championship – Orland

Frosh/FS/Varsity Football vs Foothill – PVHS field – 4:00/6:00/8:00pm

 

SATURDAY:

Frosh Volleyball at Foothill Tourney – Foothill - TBD