Parents & Students
Important Dates to Remember
April 22nd-April 30th
EOC Testing/Virtual Learning
Students must take the EOC’s.
See the detailed scheduled below.
April 22nd – 7 PM Night of the Chargers
April 23rd – 3PM Cheerleading Applications are due
April 24th – 7PM Spring Concert
April 27th, 28th, 29th – 3:30 Cheerleading Tryouts
May 3rd – Students return for In-Person Learning
May 3rd – Teachers will email seniors who are required to take semester exams by 3:30 PM. No Email=No Exam
May 4-5th – Seniors who are EXEMPT from ALL semester tests will turn their computers in by end of day or before allowed to leave.
May 6th – Senior Semester Exams: 1st-4th periods
Seniors will turn their computers in by end of day or before allowed to leave if they have no more tests.
May 7th – Senior Semester Exams: 5th-7th periods
Seniors will turn their computers in by end of day or before allowed to leave.
Diplomas and grade cards will be held if not turned in.
May 8th – 7 PM Prom Night
May 10th – Senior Semester Exam Makeups
May 13th – 11:30 AM Class Night Practice, 7 PM Class Night
May 14th – 8:30 Graduation Practice, 7 PM Graduation
May 19th – Underclassment Awards in Auditorium
9th grade -10:00-11:00; 10th grade -11:00-12:00; 11th grade-12:00-1:00
More information will be coming about Underclassmen Semester Exams
2021 Spring Testing Overview
During the EOC testing window of April 12 – 30, all students with a scheduled test will report to the school at regular time (8:15am) to take exams. ALL SENIORS WHO HAVE CREDIT RECOVERY &/ OR SAILS MUST REPORT DAILY UNTIL ALL CREDITS HAVE BEEN RECOVERED &/ OR SATISFACTORY PROGRESS HAS BEEN MADE. Also, any student failing may be contacted by his/ her teacher & required to report to CHS until he/ she is passing. All other students will be learning virtually. During the morning test sessions, virtual learners will do virtual assignments. In the afternoons, students will attend classes on Teams following the daily schedule posted below.
Testing or Virtual Learning Days
April 21 (Virtual Wednesday)
Makeups, DE Math
April 22 (Thursday)
Algebra 2, Makeups
April 23 (Friday)
Algebra 1, Algebra 2 Makeups
April 26 (Monday)
April 27 (Tuesday)
April 28 (Virtual Wednesday)
April 29 (Thursday)
April 30 (Friday)
Makeups, Accuplacer exams
Class Meeting Daily Schedule
|11:00-11:30||1st (1st Lunch)|
|11:30-12:30||1st (2nd Lunch)|
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. Any student who has a scheduled exam during the remainder of the test window, May 3 – 20, will report to school to test. Please note, AP Physics and European History exams begin at 12pm, and all other AP tests begin at 8am.
Testing or In-Person Learning Days
May 3 (Monday)
Industry Cert. Animal Science, Industry Cert. Dietetics and Nutrition, AP Government
May 4 (Tuesday)
May 5 (Virtual Wednesday)
May 6 (Thursday)
May 7 (Friday)
AP European History, DE US History, TSIC Makeup Day
May 11 (Tuesday)
May 12 (Virtual Wednesday)
AP English Lang & Comp
May 14 (Friday)
May 20 (Thursday)
AP Art & Design Portfolio Deadline
Applications are available to pick up at CHS, Mt. View School, Englewood School, and Etowah City School. They must be turned in to the CHS office by Friday, April 23 at 3:00.
Try-Out dates are April 27, 28, and 29, beginning at 3:30 in the CHS gymnasium.
Click here for the application and more information!
2021 Prom Update
Attention CHS Senior and Junior Students,
It’s prom time! CHS Prom 2021 will be held May 8, 2021 at Capitol Theatre in Maryville, TN from 7:00-10:00 p.m. Tickets are $35 each person. In the event of cancellation, students will be refunded all money. COVID protocols and guidelines are to be followed during prom.
We have about 80 tickets left.
•Tickets will be sold all day on Wednesdays and any day after 12:00 p.m.
•All outside guest need to be turned in by April 30th.
•All ticket sales are final by April 30th.
•Please contact Mrs. Farner with any questions or concerns you may have.
Please feel free to see Ms. Farner or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions! Let’s be safe, and get our dancing shoes on!
We have a capacity of 300, so tickets are first come first serve. Students will need to complete an Outside Guest Form for any guest that does not attend CHS. You can get the form by clicking here. [Please note that the 300 person capacity is a fire marshall rule. Many gathering areas, like high school gyms, movie theatres, and larger churches, have specified capacities to ensure the public safety in the event of a fire. If too many people are crowded into any building, then there is a serious risk that not everyone will have ample time to exit the burning building to safety. – TW]
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
• 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 email@example.com
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