Announcements

  • Waiver and Recovery - Students who have 8 or more absences in any class can fail that class for attendance even if the absences were excused. These students must see Ms. Rutowski during their lunch to find out if they owe recovery time. Recovery time has already started, so they should be sure to see Ms. Rutowski TODAY to find out what they need to do! Click here for more information. 

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  • Fall Exam Schedule - Click here for information on fall semester exams that will be given January 14-17.

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  • Fall Tutoring - Need extra help? Click here for the Fall Tutoring schedule.

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  • Mobile Learning Impact Survey - Beginning December 10, students will be asked to take a mobile learning impact survey during the day. Developed by the team at Project Tomorrow, building on more than a decade of evaluation studies and insights from the Speak Up Research Project for Digital Learning, this survey is a research-based tool designed to help school leaders. You may preview the survey questions here.  If you'd like for your child to opt out of the survey please contact his/her teacher.

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  • 3rd Annual Small Stars Dance Clinic on January 12 Calling all K-5th grade dancers! Come dance with the Cavalettes and perform at a CHS varsity basketball game! Please see the attached document for details. To register, please 1) pay the registration fee on the CHS Online School Payments link and 2) print the form attached and email it to Coach Whitney Oswald.   

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Featured Stories

  • CHS Supports Union County Christmas Bureau

    Supporting the Union County Christmas Bureau has become an annual holiday tradition for CHS and this year was no exception. A Giving Tree covered in tags listing the wishes and needs of 70 children was set up in the Media Center.

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  • CHS Recognizes Computer Science Education Week

    December 3-9, 2018 is Computer Science Education Week. Computer Science Education Week is held annually in recognition of the birthday of computing pioneer Admiral Grace Murray Hopper (December 9, 1906). CHS classes have been involved in many activities to recognize and promote this special week. One example is Ms. Jennifer Abuaita’s Multimedia classes. Today they participated in the International Hour of Code. The Hour of Code website states, “Coding helps nurture problem-solving skills, logic and creativity. By starting early, students will have a foundation for success in any 21st-century career path.”

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  • Welcome Ms. Wheeler - New School Social Worker

    We are excited to announce our new School Social Worker for the Cuthbertson cluster - Ms. Tia Wheeler! She is divided between Cuthbertson High, Cuthbertson Middle, New Town Elementary and Kensington Elementary as a part of a brand new collaboration between the Union County Public School System and the Department of Health and Human Services.

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