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March Madness Sneaker Tournament Crowns a Winner, BOE candidates, and a Community Fest to Remember




Hello Rattler Nation-

       Congratulations on our March Madness Air Jordan sneaker contest winner, Sarah Chevrette. The winning sneaker is, above all, the students who get into the game. To name one champion design mimics March Madness with brackets, winners, and losers. Cherry Blossom came out as the big winner. Want to see the entire tournament and all the sneakers?







Principals Coffee Friday!

We will discuss the end-of-the-year activities, such as Graduation, and send out information in many forms. We also have a lot going on for non-seniors! Information is on the calendar.


End of the Year Survey! Tell us what you like, love, and what we can do better. Please fill this out!



Community Fest was a HIT!

The staff and community came together for a fantastic evening. We also had Middle Schoolers who wanted to check out their new pathway.






Listening Lab:

CHHS Students participated in and worked with UCSD all year on two research questions. They then presented them to UCSD. Our Students were picked to speak at the event, and they did great. Here are pictures of them and the two issues they presented.




Students Running for SDUSD: We have TWO: Nina Tran and Annalynn Brooks!





There is no better way to represent all students in the district on the School Board. Several years ago, the BOE decided to have student members. The job is no easy task and requires a very high workload.

We were delighted that two of our students were chosen to be in the running for 2 spots. All the candidates were hosted here at CHHS last Saturday. Nina Tran and Annalynn Brooks had opportunities to answer questions and start their campaigning. Voting for all the candidates is on Monday and Tuesday and goes to all students in their SDUSD emails. Good luck!






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

Here is the signup information:


Calendar:

It is a very slow week this week. Here it is:


Monday: Nothing

Tuesday: Nothing

Wednesday: Staff Meeting

Thursday: Nothing

Friday: Principals Coffee--see calendar



LCFF (Local Control Funding Formula) Cards for next year are ready to be completed. Did you know we had such a high rate of participation that we gleaned over 100k in extra funding for all students? This money goes directly to them! Please see the info below:


LCFF Data Collection for 2024-25

Effective April 19, 2024, LCFF data collection for the 2024-25 school year will be available in the PowerSchool Parent Portal to help maximize collection rates for the upcoming school year. 

The LCFF Form is available in the PowerSchool Parent Portal (https://powerschool.sandi.net) for all SDUSD schools. It is important to note that parents cannot access the form when logged in with a student account.  Parents must use their own portal accounts to log in and submit the LCFF Form. Job aids are available in EnglishSpanish, and Vietnamese to help parents complete this form.


If you need assistance with your parent portal account, you can email Ms. Rosa Penamoya at rpenamoya@sandi.net. I appreciate your support.



ASB:






Athletics: ALL ATHLETIC INFORMATION--PLEASE GO TO https://chrattlers.com/. 

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 Tennis Doubles 2024 League Champions: Jake Langenderfer & Brendan Barber


Boys Tennis 2024 Finalist Adam De Soto & Tyson De Soto











Athletic Weekly:





Counseling:



Tutoring:


Club Elevate:

Students at Canyon Hills High School developed educational materials in the form of a "Did You Know" campaign aimed at increasing the awareness about the adverse effects resulting from teen marijuana use. Young people may not have the information they need to make solid decisions to protect their health. Also, teenagers may not understand the risks of getting into a car with a driver who’s been using cannabis or how using marijuana affects young people differently than it affects adults.  Club Elevated in partnership with Industrial Grind Coffee, wants to close those “knowledge gaps.” They are reminding drivers of the hazards of driving under the influence of any drug, whether it’s alcohol, marijuana, or prescription medicine. That message goes right where people see it – on their coffee cups.




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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