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  • *Exam Schedule Revised Due to Weather* The high school exam schedule has changed. Exams will begin on Tuesday, January 23, and end on Monday, January 29. In addition, January 26 will remain a Teacher Workday for schools on the Traditional Calendar. Click here for the revised exam schedule.

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  • Proctors Needed - We are in need of proctors and hall monitors for *revised* dates of exams Jan. 23, 24, 25, and 29. If you are available to help, please e-mail Laura Salfia. Volunteers will need to be approved prior to testing.Thank you!

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  • ACT Prep Classes Offered - To help Juniors prepare for the ACT on Feb. 27, CHS is offering ACT Prep classes. Click here for details. 

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  • Alma mater - In celebration of the CHS 10-year anniversary, we are writing our own school Alma mater! We'd like your input in constructing the song. Please take a moment to answer the questions at this link, so we can make our Alma mater reflective of our amazing school community!  

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  • Cavs Prepare for Testing

    Revised! First semester exams begin on Tuesday, January 23, 2018, and end on Monday, January 29. Exams begin promptly at 8:00 a.m. and end at approximately 12:30 p.m. All students taking a course for credit are required to attend the review session and take the exam during this testing window. Attendance for exam review sessions and exams is required for all students. Our normal school hours apply, but the schedule and lunch times have been adjusted to accommodate exams.

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  • Spirit Week Plans Announced

    The CHS Student Council is sponsoring our annual Spirit Week for Reverse Homecoming January 8-12. The week features fun dress-up days, a spirited pep rally, exciting basketball games, and the naming of the King of the Court!

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  • FCCLA Places in UCPS Holiday Dessert Contest

    Members of the FCCLA and Foods 1 students, along with adviser Mrs. Stefanie Carnathan, participated in the UCPS Holiday Dessert Contest. It was held in downtown Monroe at the Tree Lighting on December 2. Proceeds from the contest went to the New Century Scholars program scholarship fund through the Union County JobReady Partnership.

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