Daily Bulletin

May 3rd, 2021


SENIORS:  Congratulations on your upcoming graduation, which means it's time to have final transcripts sent to the college of your choice.  There is a link on the CCHS website that says, "Senior Final Transcript Request."  This will need to be completed with the information of where you will be attending college in the Fall.  Final transcripts will be submitted to colleges by June 1st.  If you have any questions, please see Ms. Clark, Ms. Murphy or Ms. Myers.

SENIORSTOCK will be held Wednesday, May 5th at the Splash Park from 10 am - 2 pm.  Enjoy a day of food, music, games, prizes, and fun with your class.  To attend, seniors must be passing all graduation required classes and have all CCHS fee/fines paid.  Masks must be worn at all times except when eating and in the water.  All seniors who attend will receive a free Class of 2021 bucket hat!

SENIORS:  Graduation ticket pickup is available in the Principal's Office from 7:30 am. to 3:30 pm everyday.  Each grad receives four tickets.

THIS WEEK IS TEACHER APPRECIATION WEEK.  Let's celebrate the amazing faculty at CCHS! Check CCHS social media throughout the week for teacher throwback pics and contests where you could win a gift card.  

CERAMICS: All ceramics items from the 2019-2020 school year that were left behind when school got cancelled last spring need to be claimed by May 7th or they will be disposed of. Please come claim your work if you want it. You can email Ms. Kennedy if you have any questions.

THE WORLD LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT would like to congratulate the following French, German and Spanish students as this week’s students of the week. Each student shows a dedication to their language and makes strides every day to keep learning! They are Naomi Love, Joan Huh, and Jackson Grant.  

2021 DIAL YEARBOOK: Less than 10 copies of the 2021 DIAL Yearbook are available to purchase for $65 at www.balfour.com.  Buy one before it is too late. 


ATTENTION SENIORS: The Seal of Bi-literacy application is now available on our website or from your World Language teacher.