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Teacher of the Month

Our student council members honor a CHS staff member as "Teacher of the Month."  Nominations come from YOU!  Think about who went that extra step in getting you started this year.  Someone who helped you when you felt lost.  That's the person you should nominate!  Mrs. Chavis, one of the student council advisors, has a form posted on her web page for you to complete.  No paperwork...just a few clicks of the keyboard and you will select our next CYCLONE TEACHER OF THE MONTH!

here for the form.


Congratulations to our Teacher of the Month for February, Ms. Rouse!


Students of the Month

Teachers nominated students for "Students of the Month".  The winners for February are:  Jolene Clawson, Jeffery Byrd, Donald Fletcher, Ethan Johnson, Kayleb Perry, Dominick Hargett, RayQuavious Thompson, Madelynne Garner, Javianna McVay, Kaitlyn Greene, Pratibha Stanley, Italy Grant, Bethany Lathrop, Passion Wilmore, Joseph Boyd, Grant Thomas, Laura Coleman, Trey Davis, Madison Mathias, Katie Gaddy, Jorden Banks, Sean Wilson, K'Nya McCree, Lydia Wooten, Kirsten Stevens, Clay Roddey, Crixsean Caldwell, Tydariuos Good, Lauren Phillips, Elizabeth Laws, Brittany Givens, Keith Boyd, Alexus Walker, Antwan Patton, TyQuanejia Cornwell, Nathan Hardin, Javier Mayfield, Shamara Brown, Adam Johnson, Saiven Rosborough, Zyquana Hall, Hope Thompson, Travis Sims, Kierra Hardin, De'Ja Marshall, and Un'Terrio White.
Way to go, Cyclones!


Students, you can be nominated in December by showing your Cyclone Pride in all that you do.  Put forth a little extra effort, be a good citizen, and always take pride in yourself and our school.





Morning News Show

        May 4


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A Few Things

Summer Reading 2016

Click here for information about the CCSD Summer Reading Program.

Survey: Parent Involvement and Title I Planning

Please complete this survey:

Prom 2016

Tickets have been sold.  Come to BOLLYWOOD at 8pm on May 7th!

See Mrs. Hopkins if you have any questions. There's a survey to complete too!



  • *Seniors may ask underclassmen and outside guests to prom. 
  • *All dates of seniors must be in at least 9th grade and no older than 21 years old. 
  • *Please give us your date’s name (included in survey) and let us know if this information changes.  This list will be used for prom check – in. 
  • *We need a copy of ALL outside guests’ (people who do not attend CHS) state id (picture) to verify name and age.  They must present their ID to enter prom. 
  • *Make sure you have your ID ready to check in at prom.   
  • *Please conduct yourself in a way that represents CHS and your family in a good way. 
  • *Please wear appropriate clothing that is not too revealing (if you are not sure see Hopkins). 
  • *No alcohol or illegal substances are permitted on the grounds. 
  • *Please make sure to exit your vehicle in a timely fashion so you do not hold up the line. 
  • *Encourage all parents, family members, and friends outside the building to conduct themselves in an appropriate manner and stay behind the barricades.  No one is allowed to yell at students attending prom or to create a scene.  Anyone doing so will be asked to leave.  Family and friends must leave the premises at 8pm. 
  • *Family and friends are not allowed to come into prom for any reason, and you are not allowed to leave prom once you have entered the building unless you are leaving for the night.  Please work out any issues before prom. 
  • *Please remember this is EVERY senior’s prom and we want everyone to have a good time! 
  • *Have fun and be safe!

JROTC Newsletter 2016

April and May Events

Spring Sports Schedule

All Bell Schedules

CHS 2015-16 Info

CHS Mission

Chester High School strives to create a safe and nurturing environment where students are encouraged to develop academic, social and emotional competencies. To this end, we are committed to developing creative, independent students who are prepared to contribute to local, national, and global societies.

Student Leadership Handbook 2015-16

Click here for the handbook.

New Cyclone Athletics Site

Please go to for all the news about the Cyclone teams.

Important ACT Testing Information

Beginning in spring 2015, the ACT test will be used as a statewide assessment in South Carolina to meet state and federal accountability requirements. With the exception of students who are eligible for alternate assessments, the ACT must be administered to all students in the eleventh grade, including students with disabilities. Eleventh-grade students are defined as students in the third year of high school after their initial enrollment in the ninth grade.

Please read these documents for important ACT/WorkKeys Info:

ACT Basic Information
ACT Flyer
ACT Tablets
Accommodations Memo for Parents

The State Department of Education and ACT have determined that ALL students in 11th grade WILL take the science portion of the ACT on April 28th.  This is a change from the original information given to school districts.

hiTEC Handbook and Video for Students and Parents

Please click on the link below to access the electronic hiTEC Handbook.

(The required video that explains CCSD tablet protocol is underneath the Student Parent handbook.)

Student Parent Tablet Handbook.pdf

Mr. Stiver's Video link: (Click here.)

Career Planning Guide

Click here for the Chester County Career Planning Guide for 2015-16 (revised July 21, 2015).

Food Service Accounts

Parents/Guardians are now able to monitor their children's school meal accounts online! 
  1. Create an account by going to 
  2. Click "Register Now"
  3. Select Chester County School District from the drop-down lists of school districts
  4. Fill in your information, input your credit or debit card information and you're ready to go!

***You will need your child's Student ID Number.  This number is printed on report cards and on their student IDs.  Please contact the school if you are unsure of this number.***

Once the account is established, you will be able to:

  • Make payments for meals online securely using your credit card (*Small fee applies for each payment.)
  • Deposit money into multiple accounts with just one payment, no matter which school your child attends.
  • Get quick and easy access to your child's account 24 hours a day.
  • See your child's meal purchases.
  • Check your child's meal account balance.
  • Get low balance alerts by email and/or text.

This web site is secure and utilizes all of the current industry privacy standards.

Hot Spots for CCSD Wi-Fi

The locations of free Wi-Fi access for CCSD devices are:
Roddey Building in Chester, Pine Springs Park in Leeds, Baton Rouge Park, Lowrys Park, Edgemoor Fire Department, Fort Lawn Community Center, Blackstock Market, Lewisville Middle School parking lot, Great Falls Elementary parking lot, and all high schools parking lots.

CHS 2014 Annual Report

2014 CHS Annual Report Newsletter.pdf
Click the link above to access the report. 

Cyberbullying Information

Mr. Ferguson created a "LiveBinder" of information about cyberbullying that contains a lot of very helpful information.  It's available at .

Over 5923 Free Audio Books Online

5,923 Free LibriVox Recordings:
LibriVox provides books in the public domain that they record as audio files from volunteers. Once the files are configured for generic use, the books are posted to the net for free.  All the audio recordings are in the public domain, so you may use it for whatever purpose you wish.

300 Free Classic eBooks

300 Free Classic eBooks
Open Culture
: the best free cultural & educational media on the web. 
This list of Free eBooks has received mentions in the The Daily Beast andComputer World.

S.C. Digital Library for Chester County Historical Society Archives

Tablet Problem?


Send an email to:Send an e-mail to:
[email protected]

In the subject line, put:        
CHS, Your Name (first and last)

In the body of the message, put as much information as you can about the problem you’re having.

One of the IT staff members will be in touch with you as soon as possible.

Be sure to periodically check your email.   You will receive updates as the problem is fixed and to let you know when it’s ready to be picked up.

The IT Office is in Room F-5.

How to sign-in to email:

You have to check your email through Office 365.  This is how:

1.      Login to your computer with your first initial, last name, and the last 4 digits of your student ID number.  You set up your password this year when you logged on to a computer for the first time.  (If you haven’t logged in yet, your password is password, and you have to change it right away.)

2.      Click on the desktop icon for SIGN IN TO OFFICE 365 or open an internet browser (Chrome/Firefox, or Internet Explorer) and go to  .

3.      You will login with your regular username (first initial, last name, and last 4 digits of your student ID number) but you must add   after your 4 digits.  John Doe’s log in would look like this:  [email protected]  .  This is also your email address, if you want to give it to someone.  Remember, when you graduate or leave Chester County School District, this account will no longer exist, so use it only for school-type stuff.  Use your Microsoft/gmail/yahoo accts for everything else.

4.      Your password is the same password you use when you log on to the network at school.  Same password for the network and for Office 365.

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)

Gifted and Talented

See information here.

English Learner Tool Kit


Mr. Robert Jordan
CHS Teacher of the Year

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