Picture on LEFT...Temaris (center) with 2nd and 3rd place state winners.
Picture on RIGHT...Caymen, Temaris, and Nick (left to right) competed in the state wrestling finals February 27-28th at the Anderson Civic Center.
Third time's the charm!!!!! TEMARIS DIXON, on his third trip to the state wrestling finals, finished in FIRST PLACE Saturday!!! CONGRATULATIONS, CHAMPION TEMARIS! A Big Cyclone Congrats to Caymen Williams who placed 2nd and Nick McClurkin who placed 5th in their individual weight class. It was a great conclusion to a great Cyclone Wrestling season. Congratulations to all the wrestlers and Coach Conlan.
Temaris will now represent CHS in the North-South Wrestling Tournament this coming weekend. Congratulations!
The Cyclones Rock! Temaris Dixon earned his 100th pin during the Upper State Wrestling Tournament! He, Caymen Williams, and Nick McClurkin went to the State Wrestling Finals February 27-28. TOMMY SANDERS, MALIK WILLIAMS, DE'JA MARSHALL, and PORCELAIN GOLDSBOROUGH have been named to the All-Region Basketball Team and Tommy was also voted as Player of the Year for the region! GO CYCLONES!
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
Accommodations Memo for Parents
The CHS Beta Club had a great time at the state convention in Myrtle Beach this weekend. Best of all, Mary Elizabeth Lifsey won the spelling competition for the third year in a row. Congratulations, Elizabeth!!! Another state championship for CHS!
The Chester High School Academic Challenge Team will travel to Lancaster for two matches on March 4th. Go Cyclones!
Please help support Mrs. Park and her students by dining at Zaxby's in Richburg from 5:00 until 8:00 pm on March 10th. A portion of the total sales during this time will go to funding special activities for these CHS students.
CHS will no longer accept money for graduation merchandise. You must pay Jostens directly. Please call 1-800-JOSTENS (1-800-567-8367). Se habla Espanol. Or, go to www.jostens.com/contact .
If you need to mail a check or money order, the address is
Jostens Service Center
PO Box 512
Owatonna, MN 55060
The JROTC will have its annual Cadet Ball at the Gateway Conference Center on April 18th. It begins at 6pm and the program begins promptly at 6:30. RSVPs are due by March 18th. Contact LTC Joye or SFC Lewis at 803 377-5098 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com for further information.
Let's Glow at the Gateway Center from 8pm until midnight on May 16th.
Mrs. Podmore, library media specialist, has received $2000 in grant money to buy books and eBooks for the CHS Media Center, thanks to the Chester County School District Public Education Foundation. More information will be posted about this exciting opportunity for the Cyclones to use their tablets for reading and for them to learn about how others in the world became successful.
Students interested in participating in the Superintendent's Art Show in the spring should begin thinking about what art work you will want to enter. The art work can be a drawing, painting, photograph, graphic design, or sculpture. The work must be an ORIGINAL work of YOUR creation. All entries should be turned in to Ms. Denham in Room G-2 by March 23rd and should include your name, your grade, the materials used for the work, and a title (if you have named the piece). See Ms. Denham for more details.
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.
Click here for the Chester County Career Planning Guide for 2015-16. From Neil Rollins at CCSD:
Beginning September 22, 2014, students, faculty, and staff eligible for Office 365 ProPlus from their school can now take advantage of a new self-service sign up process. In the past, organizations were burdened with initiating the service, creating accounts and ordering the free licenses on behalf of their users. The new self-service model removes all of that unnecessary friction and delay by simply allowing eligible users to sign up for the service themselves, while maintaining the same level of control, flexibility and security institutions have come to expect from Office 365.
To check their eligibility of the ProPlus benefit, students, faculty, and staff can go to www.office.com/getoffice365 and enter a school-provided email address. Once validated, users over the age of 13 can create an Office 365 account and get access to Office 365 ProPlus, OneDrive for business, SharePoint Online, Office Online.
(Announcement from CCSD)
The Chester High School varsity football team will have a familiar face leading them next season. Coach Victor D. Floyd has been named the new head coach for the Cyclones and is eager to return to a program he knows so well.
“Coach Floyd is a perfect fit for Chester High School,” explains CHS principal Martie Tiller. “I really like his plan to move Cyclone football forward. I like his plan for academic success for his players, and I like his views on team discipline and training."
In 2007, Coach Floyd’s team was the 3A Upper State champions. Coach Floyd was named the South Carolina 3A Upper State Football Coach of the Year and the Region Coach of the Year.
In explaining his excitement at returning to Chester High, Coach Floyd said, “I’ve always felt like I left a job unfinished. I have an opportunity to come back and possibly complete a job. I’m not making any promises, but our goal is a state title. Chester has a lot of potential and talent and I believe this team can compete on a high level--year end and year out.”
Coach Floyd and his wife Yolanda are the proud parents of 14 year old Victoria and 7 year old Victor Jr. (Trooper). Floyd is a native of Nichols, South Carolina. He is a certified teacher with degrees from North Carolina A&T State University and the United States Sports Academy.
Parents/Guardians are now able to monitor their children's school meal accounts online!
- Create an account by going to www.K12PaymentCenter.com
- Click "Register Now"
- Select Chester County School District from the drop-down lists of school districts
- 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.
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.
S2tem Centers SC Link
The S²TEM Centers SC CCSSM Implementation Team provides quality professional learning experiences and support resources for educators preparing for implementation of the Common Core State Standards in Mathematics.
PEARSON Common Core Institute - Spring 2013 - FREE (This link connects you to Pearson's annual webinars on the Common Core. The webinars are also stored here for future reference and review.)
All current and past webinars are hosted here for later viewing if you happen to miss one of the presentations.
Common Core Secondary Resources List Final.docx
South Carolina’s adoption of the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics provides an opportunity to tap expert knowledge from a variety of resources. However, it is important to be informed consumers regardless of the resource used. The following resources are considered to be aligned to and supportive of the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics and should be used as deemed appropriate to meet individual needs. The resources listed are grouped by
· State Professional Mathematics Organizations
· Gap Analysis, Progression and Unpacking Documents
· Curriculum Resources and Sample Tasks
· Teacher Content Knowledge Resources
· Math Tools
· Instructional Materials
Teachers, please complete at least 3 days ahead of when it's needed so you will have time to get approval. Click here for form.
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