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6 Outstanding Achievements in Large-Scale Recognitions This Week!

Hello Rattler Nation-

Progress Reports grades closed, and the grades will be available in PowerSchool next Wednesday, but you can continuously monitor your student's progress at any time. Emily above was the MC for Black History Month Flag Raising. It was a fantastic event with African American ballet dancers, poetry reading, and African American students sharing their experiences. We had many students there to support Emily and all the Executives and media was there. We are so proud of her!

Students from CHHS spoke at the BOE meeting about a new welcome center for people in their community that they supported. The BOE was impressed, and so were we!

Saturday School is how you make up work and clear those tardies!

Here is the signup information:

Microsoft Teams:

SDUSD is moving strictly to Microsoft Teams in a month so there will be no more Zoom. Please have patience while we work through this and dont be surprised if you have a meeting on Zoom that it gets changed. THANK YOU!

Leader in Me:

We had over 20 schools from around the country come and tour CHHS and look at our Leader in Me program. A program that, as I said last week, empowers student to take control of their high school experiences. There was a large conference here in San Diego, and it was packed. we had the pleasure of being the MC for the conference, which was a huge deal. Check out the pictures! Also, Hazem and Yair got a standing ovation of over 1000 people. It was fantastic to host all the schools here and talk to them about the students' work and its impact. Our students are outstanding.

Academic League Senior Night Takes the Win Defeated Clairemont Mesa 3 matches to 0!

Point Loma Nazarene Writer Symposium:

Students attended a Writer Symposiom with famous authors doing reading and workshop around thir craft. It is always a highly regarded event and students hear and learn alot--all while have a great time!

Principal's Coffee:

  Today, we had Principals Coffee, and in case you missed it, here is the slideshow:

The Spelling Bee: THIS WEEKEND and WOW!

I enjoyed attending the play last week on opening night, and WOW! I laughed so hard, and the kids had a great time! They did such a fantastic job. It's a musical, and I don't know about you, but I could never do that. I am so proud of them. I won't spoil it, but here are some awesome pic!

Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays February 22-March 2nd @ 7 pm. Tickets are $12

Friday 2/23 is a pay what you can performance (suggested donation $6). Join us for a night of laughs in the audience or on stage as a contestant! 

Recommended for ages 12+.

Here is the link to buy tickets online:

Does your child need Summer School?????

   Summer School is essential if you have a D or F in a course. It would be best if you recovered that graduation credit.



Tuesday: Nothing

Wednesday CCAP MANDATORY MEETING (ZOOM) Option 1: Zoom link on the calendar

Thursday: ROTC AMI AT 7:45 (details below and will be sent out in a separate message.

Friday: Nothing

Saturday: Winterguard Competition hosted by CHHS! and SATURDAY SCHOOL




We are now doing an Athletic Weekly; this is created with the most accurate data we have at the time, and we understand things change at the last minute, so always check MaxPreps as well.

Boys Volleyball had a great tournament at Sweetwater and came in second!

Athletic Weekly:




In observance of National Cannabis Awareness Month in April, club ELEVATED is organizing a school-wide visual arts contest to bring awareness and education to their peers.  Students who participate will have the opportunity to choose one of three categories to create their piece. Those categories are:

1. Protecting Your Teen Brain & Your Mental Health

2. Positive Social Norms

3. Impaired Driving Prevention.

Students can design their campaign by creating a short video PSA, an Infographic, or Art Work.  Top submissions will be awarded a gift card and showcased at a youth-led culminating event in the spring!


Booster Clubs are created by each "Class Of" to raise funds to create unforgettable experiences for your students. Items include caps for graduation, prom ticket prices, organizing Grad Night, and having fundraisers to pull this off. They work very hard and need your support. Please go to your student's "Class Of" website and join the registry to stay up to date on all things going on with your student's graduating class.

Main Parent Booster Website:

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