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CHHS State Volleyball Team is recognized by the Virginia General Assembly

 The Colonial Heights Volleyball team was invited by Delegate Kirk Cox to the General Assembly on Friday, January 15th. The team took a tour of the Capitol, were introduced in the House Chamber, and watched the Commending Resolution that Delegate Cox patroned. The Resolution passed unanimously in the House.







   The Hour of Code was here and bigger than ever! December 7-13, 2015, CHHS Technology students along with 191,000 Schools and organizers participated in events worldwide. Students learned to code with Minecraft, Star Wars, or another fun challenges. There were 50 options for every age, experience-level, and device.

   All students, by the end of their respective blocks, were coding. Many took over and were helping other students understand and move forward with their coding. Several were competing to see who could successfully enter the longest codes streams.
 
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 Pictured below are students with the "Hour of Code" certifications from Mr. Victor Vince classes.
 
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Principal's Message

Welcome to Second Term Colonials!

   Being on a 4 x 4 hybrid schedule means that the majority of our students and staff members are starting four new academic courses. Elective changes should have been made during the summer when course verifications were mailed home. The only exception to this would be pupils who have failed coursework or have changed diploma types.

   Report cards will go home on Monday, February 8th.

   The prospect of a new year takes on a new meaning as students literally get an opportunity to either continue the good study and academic habits they started last term or adopt a new perspective this term. After-school study and homework programs like BLAST will roll again. This is a really great opportunity for students who know that setting a time to actually do homework or study is a struggle. Please see your school counselor for additional information.

   Besides the start of new classes, February is also Black History Month. The high school will have its annual Black History Month trivia contest for students Monday-Thursday and for students and staff on Friday. $5.00 gift cards will be awarded each day from a pool of correct answers. It is both educational and fun for the entire school.

   February 15th remains a President's Day holiday for students and staff.

   Let's hope there is an end to our snow days and warmer weather is a permanent fixture.

   Here's to another awesome term!
   With Colonial Pride,