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Important Dates to Remember

Starting May 3rd, students will return to the building for in-person learning. Students who were approved distance learners prior to EOC testing will be able to return to their normal virtual learning schedule. 

May 13th – 11:30 AM Class Night Practice, 7 PM Class Night

May 14th Exams – AP Biology

May 14th – 8:30 Graduation Practice, 7 PM Graduation

May 17th – Teachers will email Underclassmen who are required to take semester exams.  No email = no exams.

May 19th – 9-11th Semester Exams. We will run a normal bell schedule and students can take exams in class period.

May 19th - Underclassmen Awards in Auditorium

9th grade -10:00-11:00; 10th grade -11:00-12:00; 11th grade-12:00-1:00

May 20th – 9-11th Semester Exams. We will run a normal bell schedule and students can take exams in class period.

May 21st – Semester Exams Makeups

2021-2022 CHS CHEERLEADERS

Amber Barnett, Kaydann Bennard, Peyton Bowers, Kennedy Darnell, Briely Derrick, Reagan Locke, Emily Malick, Emma Nevins, Mazie Powers, Olivia Russell, Lani Slack, Abby Taylor, Alexus Thompson, and Acelynn Vaughn

Waupaca Opportunities for Seniors

Seniors, consider averaging $16.00/hour with additional premium pay potential to offset college tuition costs, while learning valuable job skills! Apply at Waupaca Foundry! Applications are currently available online at jobs.waupacafoundry.com. All students must apply to be considered!

Summer Student: General Production/Maintenance

REQUIREMENTS:

•          BE ENROLLED IN POST-HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATION FOR THE FALL OF 2021 SEMESTER

•          BE CONSIDERED A FULL-TIME STUDENT (12 CREDITS OR MORE)

•          BE 18 YEARS OR OLDER

For any questions, please contact Chip Chandler at 423-263-6008 OR larry.chandler@waupacafoundry.com

Virtual/COVID Procedures

Click here to read about the school procedures to being a virtual student and how we are taking COVID precautions.

What to Expect When Your Child Has Been Exposed to COVID-19

It is the policy of the McMinn County School System not to discriminate on the basis of sex, race, national origin, or handicap in its educational programs, activities, or employment as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1984, Title IX of the 1972 Educational Amendment, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.

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