Parents & Students
Important Dates to Remember
March 12th – 10:30 Dismissal Day / 3rd 9 weeks ends
March 15th – FAFSA deadline
March 24th – Regular School Day Wednesday – Report to school!
March 25th – Grade cards go home
March 26th – Friday Virtual Day – Brick-and-mortar students report to school on Wednesday of that week!
March 26th – Teachers receive their COVID19 vaccination shots at the Regional Park in Athens.
May 8th – Prom Night
Due to widespread technical difficulties students have been experiencing over the last two weeks when attempting to complete the FAFSA, THEC/TSAC is extending the deadline for submission of the FAFSA to March 15, 2021 for TN Promise purposes.
FAFSA continues researching the system issue to determine a resolution. In the meantime, students should continue trying to submit. If students receive an error on the signature page of the FAFSA, we have found that the following actions may help resolve this issue:
We’ve heard it has taken some four attempts, five attempts, up to twelve attempts to submit. This is not perfect, but it is what we should have our students do until the glitch is fixed. If students need further assistance, please contact your Outreach Specialist or the FAFSA Hotline at 615-350-8668
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 will go on sale next week beginning Wednesday, February 10th. Tickets will be $35 each person. In the event of cancellation, students will be refunded all money. COVID protocols and guidelines are to be followed during prom.
Tickets will be sold according to the following schedule:
Monday - 7:45-8:10 a.m. in the cafeteria
Wednesday – 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Friday – 7:45-8:10 a.m. in the cafeteria
Please feel free to see Ms. Farner or email her at email@example.com 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]
New Schedule and Rules beginning Tuesday, September 8, 2020
TAKE HOME BREAKFAST/LUNCH
BRICK AND MORTAR TO VIRTUAL SWITCH PROCEDURES
VIRTUAL TO BRICK AND MORTAR SWITCH PROCEDURES
COVID-19 SYMPTOMS/HOUSEHOLD COVID-19 CASE
BRICK & MORTAR STUDENTS THAT ARE ABSENT & WANT TO LOG IN VIRTUALLY FOR A DAY OR 2
DOWNLOADING OUTLOOK AND ADOBE READER
Steps to Install Adobe Reader:
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