CSAS Upper School Announcements: Monday, April 17-Friday, April 21, 2017
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Tuesday, April 18, 2017

 

PATRIOT NATIONCSAS Upper School Announcements 

Monday, April 17- Friday, April 21,  2017

 

 

  

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  :  Patriot Nation Events Games Schedule  

 

Monday 4/17:

7th grade & FA/FL

8:55 - 9:55 - Block 1

10:00 - 10:55 Block 2

11:00 - 12:00 - Block 3

Lunch

1-3 - Move to Stand Training

3:05 - 3:55 - Block 4 - All of FA/FL will need to do just Block 4 this day.

 

1-3pm  Move to Stand Training (7th), 

HS Baseball @ Copper Basin (early dismissal)

MS Baseball vs. Silverdale

HS Softball @ Bradley Co.,  

 

Tuesday4/18:  No Advisory, slightly longer classes to allow for test time and a little shorter lunch that day.

 English Writing EOC 6-11,

 5pm Admissions Night, 5pm

 HS Baseball vs. Copper Basin

 HS Softball vs. Grace

 MS Softball at CCS

 

Wednesday4/19:

 7th grade & FA/FL

 9-11 - Move to Stand (In the Gym)

 11:05-12:00 - Seminar

 Lunch

 1:00-1:35 - Block 1

 1:40-2:15 - Block 2

 2:20-3:00 - Block 3

 3:05 - 3:55 - Block 5 - All FA/FL will need to do just Block 5 this day.

 9-11 am -Move to Stand Training (7th grade) 

 Seminar

ACT test for Juniors @ UTC

HS Sotftball @ Boyd

JV Baseball @ McCallie

Thursday4/20:

8th grade - FA/FL

Normal Morning

Lunch

1-3:00 pm - Move to Stand training

3:05 - 3:55 - Block 1

 1-3pm Move to Stand Training (8th)

5pm Admissions Night

HS Baseball vs. LV (Senior Night)

MSBaseball @ LV

HS Softball  vs. Copper Basin

Jason Isbell Concert

Friday 4/21:

1-3pm - Move to Stand Training (8th)

HS Soccer at East Hamilton

Saturday4/22:

Book It 5K & Fun Run 1/2 mile at 8

1 mile at 8:30 and the 5k at 9,

10-2 CSAS PTSA Reunion

 

  Cafeteria Clean-Up Schedule: 

 

April 17th-21st: 

1st Lunch: Jasinski

2nd Lunch: Freeman 

MW F - Directed Studies/RTI Classes

TuTh- Advisory

Seniors are responsible for their Area daily. 

Students are not allowed to bring food to the stadium during lunch. This is the same rule as last year. 
PLEASE follow the flow of the cafeteria lines:
·         9-12 will line up and check out on the side closest to the covered walkway
·         6-8 will line up and check out on the side closest to the stadium.
 

Announcements: 

 

HS teachers only please read each day this week.

Come join the first lifelong learners day, learn to change a tire, jump your car off, sew a button on, dress for an interview or ask questions you are too embarrassed to ask your parents about relationships (must have a signed permission slip to attend this class) and lots of other everyday life skills.

Sign up sheets in Mrs. Whites office

Saturday the 22nd starting at 10 ending at 2:00

Don’t forget this Saturday is the Book-it 5k and the PTSA reunion day, food, music games and much more.

 

 

* Important dates coming up:

 

April 17 - May 5 - EOC's  (see Julia's email with detailed schedule)

 

April 11 - Final Choir Concert - outdoors!

 

April 19 - ACT Juniors

 

April 22 - Book It 5K & Fun Run, CSAS Reunion 10-2pm - Big day of fun and music.

 

April 27 - Senior Band Concert

 

April 28 - Prom! 

 

May 1 - Sr. Locker Cleanout

 

May 2 - Senior Strut @3:30, Sr. Strings Concert 7pm

 

May 3 - 5 - Senior Projects @ W. 40th

 

May 5 - CSAS/CSLA 8th grade Dance

 

May 8 & 9 - Senior Exams

 

May 12 - 5th grade Preview Day

 

May 15 - HS Awards Day

 

May 18 - Upper School Exams Block 5

 

May 19 - Upper School Exams 3&4, 7:30 Graduation - Faculty expected to be there.

 

May 22 - Upper School Exams 1 & 2, MS Awards Day - 8th grade last day

 

May 25 - Last Day of Students

 

It’s time to kiss a Senior goodbye!

 Come to the cafeteria during  lunch to write your favorite seniors a note for free. Please make sure they are appropriate because they will be read before they are delivered on April 24th.

Young Democrats Club:

The Young Democrats Cub sponsored by Mrs. Fitzsimmons will be meeting in the library on Thursday, 4/20 for our very first meeting. Explore what it really means to be a Democrat and discuss current political events in a safe and open environment. All high school students are welcome!

 

Chattanooga Day Camp Volunteer Applications are available in the main office for high school counselors. See Coach Dragoo for any questions.

Students,

It’s that time of year and you only have two weeks to get this done.  It’s time for you to nominate the teacher who “Pulls for Kids”!  What does this mean?  We want to hear about the teacher who pulls for you!  To nominate a teacher you need to write an essay that is no longer than 500 words that explains why that teacher is so special to you and why they “pull for kids”.  Some examples of “pulling for kids” might be: that the teacher makes time to tutor you before or after school,  or the teacher is extremely patient with you and teaches you things multiple ways, or the teacher welcomes you each and every day at the door of their classroom and makes you feel important.  There are all kinds of ways that teachers can “pull for kids” and we want to hear from you as to how our teachers do it.  We will select a MS and a HS teacher.  Teachers are only eligible every fourth year.  Here are the teachers who are not eligible to receive the awards this year.

 

MS   -2015  Mrs. Watson (no longer here) and  2016 Mrs. Arnold

 

HS –2015  Jennifer White and 2016 Mrs. Veller

 

Essays are due to Mr. Boles by Friday April 21.  Essays should be typed, no longer than 500 words and have your name on it as well as the nominator.  See Boles if you have any questions.

 

Paideia Society scholarship applications are available in my room (304).

 

 Help our Prom be the best it can be…by letting us borrow WHITE Christmas  and rope lights with white cords. Please give them to Parneeta and Ryan. We will make sure to return your lights after Prom.

 

Heralds from HSSGA:
  

 

From the Library Shelves:  

 

 

 

Spring Testing Schedule

 

M 4/17

T 4/18

W 4/19

T 4/20

F 4/21

 

6th,   7th, and 8th ELA-subpart 1 (85 mins)*

 

English   I, II, and III-subpart 1

(85   mins)*

ACT-Juniors   @ UTC

US   History-subpart 1

(50   mins)

 

 

 

 

 

 

M 4/24

T 4/25

W 4/26

T   4/27

F 4/28

6th,   7th, and 8th ELA-subpart 2 (50 mins)

 

English I, II, and III-subpart 2

(50   mins)

 

US   History-subpart 2

(45   mins)

6th,   7th, and 8th ELA-subpart 3 (50 mins)

 

English   I, II, and III-subpart 3

(50   mins)

 

US   History subpart 3

(45   mins)

6th,   7th, and 8th ELA-subpart 4 (45 mins)

 

English   I, II, and III-subpart 4

(45   mins)

 

6th   and 7th Math-subpart 1

(40   mins)

no calculators

 

Geometry-subpart   1

(35   mins)

no calculators

 

Algebra   I and II-subpart 1

(35   mins)

no calculators

6th   and 7th Math-subpart 2

(30   mins)

 

Geometry-subpart   2

(55mins)

 

Algebra   I and II-subpart 2

(55   mins)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

M 5/1

T 5/2

W 5/3

T 5/4

F 5/5

6th   and 7th Math-subpart 3

(55   mins)

 

Geometry-subpart   3

(55   mins)

 

Algebra   I and II-subpart 3

(55   mins)

6th,   7th, and 8th SS (50 mins)

 

6th   and 7th Science-subpart 1 (48 mins)

 

6th   and 7th

Science-subpart   2 (47 mins)

 

Biology   and Chemistry

(75   mins)

Final   Make-ups

 

 

 

 

*Tuesday schedule with no advisory

 

4th 8:55-10:25 (90 mins)         1st 10:30-12:00 (90 mins)        L&C 12:05-12:45 (40 mins)

 

2nd 12:50-2:20 (90 mins)         3rd 2:25-3:55 (90 mins)

 

 

 

 

Lunch clubs rotations:

Tuesday- SGA, Climbing club, Mock Trial, TSA

Thursday- Model UN, FCA, Paideia Society, Earth Club

   Patriot Passes are on sale NOW! Patriot Passes are $5 for $1 admission to all regular season home games! See Coach Dragoo in the morning before school or during lunch at the stadium! Don't miss out!

                                       

Model UN:   

 

 

  From the Guidance Office:

 

 

  Volunteer Opportunity: Student Volunteer hours need to be documented on the CSAS volunteer form and turned in to Mrs. Mahoney no later than May 13.  NO EXCEPTIONS!!!!

 

 Computer Lab Etiquette:

·         No food or drinks allowed in the Computer Labs.

·         Trash is to be picked up and discarded before you leave.

·         Chairs should be placed in original positions before you leave.  

  

 

Together Tuesdays & Thursdays Clubs Schedule

MS/HS Model UN, Library Clubs, MSSGA, TSA

Paideia Society, Earth Club, Writing Clubs, Mock Trial

FCA, SAFE, Science Olympiad, MSSGA, TSA

HSSGA, Climbing Club, Mock Trial

 Early Dismissal clip artEarly Dismissals: Students, please bring a parent note to the Main Office the morning of your early dismissal. The office opens at 8:30a.m. You will be issued an Early Dismissal Authorization as a pass to leave class at the appointed time to come to the office to meet your parent/guardian to sign-out. ALL parent notes will be verified by a phone call from the office. 

EARLY DISMISSAL – * Must occur before 3:15 PM

  • Any student needing to be dismissed before the end of the regular school day must have a note      from the parent to be taken to the office at the beginning of the      school day. The office will verify the note and give the student a      pass for dismissal to give the teacher when he/she needs to leave. The      student should then be allowed to come to the office to meet their parent      who must sign them out. The      last time for early dismissal is 3:15 p.m. If you must schedule an      afternoon appointment for your child, PLEASE pick him or her up prior to      3:15 p.m. This is a courtesy for the classroom teacher and the office      so as to not interfere with the closing classroom procedures and hectic      dismissal time. If      a student is a driver, the parent must call the office to verify the      dismissal before the student will be permitted to leave. (Upper School Student Handbook, p.16)

 

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