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PARENTS AND STUDENTS

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Attention Students:
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CONGRATULATIONS!


Congratulations to Mr. Shane Logan for being nominated as the 2017 Teacher of the Year!




CTE Students Job Shadow


Diamond and Erica job shadowed at Great Clips.

Taylor who shadowed Michelle Owens at Walgreens

Keri job shadowed at the Colonial Heights Veterinary Hospital

Angel Job Shadowing at Discovery World Day Care Center

Taylor and Carson job shadowed at the Colonial Heights Police Department

Rebecca job shadowed with Priority Toyota Service Center

Tidewater Physical Therapy-Tori Kolev and Ra’Shard

Susan, Maddie, and Destiny Job Shadowed with the Commonwealth Attorney's Office.






Sign up for Important Reminders from

School Counseling 

        

 Sign up for Remind 101 using one of the methods below to receive updates, reminders and useful information from the School Counseling department.  Choose how you would like to receive messages:

(A)     If you have a smartphone, open your browser and type in the link that corresponds with your grade level.  Follow the instructions to sign up for Remind.  You will be prompted to download the mobile app.

- Class of 2018 (current 11th):  rmd.at/chhscoun18

- Class of 2019 (current 10th):  rmd.at/chhscoun19

- Class of 2020 (current 9th):  rmd.at/chhscoun20

- Class of 2021 (current 8th):  rmd.at/chhscoun21

(B)     If you prefer to receive text notifications, text the code for your grade level below to 81010.

- Class of 2018:  @chhscoun18

- Class of 2019:  @chhscoun19

- Class of 2020:  @chhscoun20

- Class of 2021:  @chhscoun21

(C)    If you prefer to receive communications via email, go to the website for your grade level and sign up.

- Class of 2018:  rmd.at/chhscoun18

- Class of 2019:  rmd.at/chhscoun19

- Class of 2020:  rmd.at/chhscoun20

- Class of 2021:  rmd.at/chhscoun21





CHHS Madrigals


Colonial Madrigals performing at the annual Chamber of Commerce dinner.




 CHHS DECA WINS
 
CHHS DECA Team
 
Cameron Cox 1st Place State DECA
 
  This past weekend CHHS DECA competed at the State Leadership Conference in VA Beach. Liz Barfield, Brianna DiPalma and Christopher Kiser won first place in the state in the Virtual Business Challenges 1 and 2. Rachel Beeler's comprehensive exam score and Role Play score placed in the top 10 in Restaurant and Food Service Management. The team of Allison Page and Josh Farley placed in the top 10 for their Role Play score in Business Law and Ethics.
 
  In the Accounting Applications Series, Cameron Cox finished first in both Role Plays and the comprehensive EXAM and has qualified to compete in the International Career and Development Conference in California as he won first place in the state of Virginia! CHHS DECA was also recognized for accomplishments and achievements as a chapter and awarded the Star, Super Star and Platinum Chapter ranking in the State of Virginia.















Principal's Message

Welcome to March Madness!

   I am definitely not writing about college basketball season. March is a busy time at the high school. We open with progress report distribution on Thursday, March 2nd. Parent/Teacher conferences will take place on Monday, March 6th from 4:00-7:00. Directly following conferences will be Winter Athletic Awards in the auditorium at 7:00. Basketball, Cheer, Swim, Track, and Wrestling will be honored. Coach John Thomas will also be recognized for his Regional Coach of the Year accolades.

   That same week, the junior class, its sponsors, and parents will be working diligently to transform the gymnasium into something magical. Ring Dance, a one-of-a-kind Colonial Heights High School tradition, will take place from 7:30-11:00 on Saturday, March 11th. It is such a nice night to see the children all dressed up and have an opportunity to dance with their parents.

   So many of our Career and Technical Education students will be competing at the state level during the first two weeks of March. In addition, our choir and band programs will be competing in their state level assessment. We wish all parties much luck. We have so many talented kids. It really is amazing.

   Writing of state level assessments, our 11th grade students will be taking their Writing SOLs this month. The 11th grade students and teachers have been preparing, and they are ready for this statewide assessment. Most pupils are eager to take the test since they have spent so much time prepping for the endeavor.

   The Fine Arts Festival closes out the month. It will take place at the high school from 6:00-8:00 on Tuesday, March 21st. All of the fine arts programs, grades K-12, will be represented. I encourage all citizens to come and take in the talents of children across the division.

   March comes in like a lion, but out like a lamb. The saying relates to weather, but it also is an appropriate saying when it comes to all the festivities and activities that the high school will be hosting early in the month. We will definitely be rolling.

Onward to Spring Colonials! Let's go…



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