Waiver & Recovery Underway - Students with 8 or more absences in any class (regardless of reason) are reminded that they have failed that class due to absences. These students must go through the waiver and recovery process. It is the responsibility of each student to see Ms. Rutowski about this on their own. Students who receive their 8th absence after May 17 should see Ms. Rutowski immediately. For more information on waiver and recovery, please click here.
May 22-26 has been a great week to be a senior at CHS! Each day has been filled with activities to celebrate and recognize the achievements of the Class of 2017. Dress-up days, senior banquet, door prizes, Powderpuff volleyball and more, all made the week exciting, leading up to Friday. Friday included the Scholarship breakfast (scholarship winners are pictured), Senior awards, Senior luncheon and activities, and the biggest event of all, which was open to all students – Cuthchella!
The Student Council hosted a Cap on Cancer fundraiser the week of May 15-19, 2017. The event was held in memory of Julia Nesbitt, part of our Cavalier family, and to support Julia and Jack’s Photo Shack at Camp Care. Julia and Jack’s Photo Shack is an idea that stemmed from Julia’s and her grandfather Jack's passion for photography. After her passing, Julia’s family decided that a wonderful way to honor Julia’s life would be to give campers and their families the opportunity to utilize a “photo shack” and take pictures of their time at Camp Care.
Cuthbertson High School is pleased to announce the confirmation of the 2017-2018 Student Body Officers for Student Council. Student Body officers are responsible for leading the class councils as well as planning school spirit events like Pep Rallies, Spirit Weeks and Spring Fling. They also oversee the charitable arm of Student Council and organize communication between the class councils. Led by advisors Jennifer Fogle, Jennifer Abuaita and Ashley Palmer, Student Body Officers are the foundation of the whole council system.