Week of September 7th through September 11th
Reminder to Students: Upon receiving an unexcused tardy you have 5 school days (including the day you received it) to serve your 30 minute detention. D-3 is open daily after school. If a teacher allows you to serve the time with them it is YOUR RESPONSIBILITY to bring the proof to your Student Services office within the time period. Failure to clear the assigned detentions will result in being assigned a Saturday School.
PARKING PERMITS ARE NOW BEING ISSUED FROM MRS. STARNES IN THE MAIN OFFICE. The cost is $10.00 for Juniors and Seniors only and students may come in before school, at lunch and after school to fill out the form. Students will need to bring the make, model and license plate number of their vehicle and their drivers license number. No permits will be issued if a student has Saturday Schools or received a failing grade last semester.
STUDENTS: THIS WEEK BIKER JOSH IS GOING START BOOTING CARS THAT DO NOT HAVE PERMITS OR ARE ILLEGALLY PARKED. THE COST OF REMOVING THE BOOT IS $10.00.
Sergeant Darbin with the Marine Corps will be available in the Career Center located inside the Library each Tuesday during 2nd lunch to answer any questions you have regarding the military.
Check out the CHS Panther Post. We sell snacks, shirts, spirit items, school supplies and more. Go Panthers!
Support CHS ad purchase your ASB cards and Yearbooks in the Panther Post or on-line at the CHS Website. You get in to home athletic games free and get discounts on other events and items around campus.
ASB CARD Update: There are some issues with the ASB cards and they will be reprinted on a new red card. You will need to bring and exchange the white one for the red one at the Panther Post starting around September 17th.
ID Only cards will not be available until after September 22nd.
Get your ASB card at the Panther Post, before school, lunch or after school. Students with an ASB card get in the game for FREE.
It will cost $5.00 if you show up without your ASB card.
There will be a FREE event taking place on the Chico High School campus on Tuesday, September 15. College and Career Night will be held from 5:30-7:30 p.m. in the Lincoln Center Gym and Dining Commons. Representatives from universities, colleges, specialty schools and military will be present to answer questions. Whether you are considering college or career after high school, this event is a great source of information. Open to students and parents of CUSD and beyond!
On Wednesday, September 16th, Zach Gripenstraw will be in the Career Center at lunch representing the University of San Francisco.
It’s not too late to join Key Club! The next meeting will be today, Tuesday, September 8th. Hope to see you there!
MONDAY: LABOR DAY – NO SCHOOL
Key Club – 2nd lunch – A-128
Rep from Marine Corps – 2nd lunch – L-2
Peer Mediator Club 1st Meeting – Room B-6 (both lunches)
Frosh/JV/Varsity Volleyball vs Yuba City – CHS Gym – 5:00/6:00/7:00pm
WEDNESDAY: TEACHER COLLABORATION DAY – CLASSES START AT 8:35AM
Rotary Interact 1st Meeting -- 2nd lunch – Room C-5
JV/Varsity Field Hockey vs Pleasant Valley – CHS fields – 3:30/4:30pm
Coed Swimming vs Shasta – Chico – 3:30pm
Girls Golf at Shasta – Gold Hills Golf Course – 1:00pm
GSA 1st Meeting – 2nd lunch –Room C-9
Frosh/JV/Varsity Football at Lassen High, Susanville - 4:00/6:00/8:00pm
Coed Cross Country at Las Plumas Invite, Forebay, Oroville – 3:00pm
Frosh Volleyball at Carmichael Tourney, Carmichael, CA – 8:00am
Coed Cross Country at Jesuit/Davis Invite – Sacramento, CA - TBD