THE CHS OFFICES WILL BE CLOSED BETWEEN JULY 3RD AND JULY 15th. THEY WILL RE-OPEN JULY 16th.
Mondays by Appointment
Tues - Thurs 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Download form and students must return the completed form to the Counseling Office once a parent/guardian and the employer have signed in the appropriate places.
PLEASE NOTE THAT IF THE STUDENT'S PARENT HAS NOT COMPLETED THEIR REGISTRATION THROUGH THE POWERSCHOOL PARENT PORTAL THEY ARE NOT ALLOWED TO ATTEND PRACTICE!!!!
ATTENTION RETURNING STUDENTS: IF REGISTRATION WAS NOT COMPLETE VIA THE POWERSCHOOL PARENT PORTAL, YOU ARE NOT REGISTRED IN CLASSES FOR NEXT YEAR AND ARE AT RISK OF NOT GETTING YOUR CHOICE OF ELECTIVES (COURSE SELECTION FORM FILLED OUT DOES NOT MEAN YOU ARE REGISTERED) THERE ARE OVER 300 STUDENTS WHO HAVE NOT COMPLETED THIER REGISTRATION. IS THAT YOU?
ELPAC English - The English Language Proficiency Assessments of California
CAST English - The California Science Test
Please make sure your student knows that you are dropping it off, and they can pick it up during passing period or lunch. We will not interupt class teaching time to notify students of a drop off. ALL ITEMS DROPPED OFF FOR STUDENTS MUST GO TO THE COUNSELING OFFICE, THE OFFICE BY THE MARQUEE. Thanks!
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