Daily Announcements
Daily Announcements
Today is Thursday, March 21, 2019 GENERAL

Online Campo Gear now available Campo Verde High School Apparel Store

Attention Coyotes!

We are all different, but we all have one thing in common!

Everyone needs physical activity!

Just 30-60 minutes a day of moderate to vigorous activity can improve your health, lower stress, boost confidence and help you live a longer life!

So, join the PAC, come to After School Weights and take PE Class to learn all the ways to have fun while exercising!
FOR ALL STUDENTS - REMINDER!!!

Cars are not to be used as your locker. Going to your car during lunch or other times, without a pass from the front desk, is not allowed! Students caught in the parking lot will be subject to disciplinary action. Thank you. Below is a brief explanation of sweep: 
Students who do not arrive to their first hour class on time will be redirected to the sweep room. A parent or guardian must physically enter the building to sign in the late student, otherwise the student will be directed to sweep. Parent phone calls will not excuse the sweep. 
  
While in sweep students will not be able to work on assignments, socialize, or use any electronic devices. Procedures will be in place for students to make up class work and tests they may have missed when they were in Sweep. If a student is swept on a test day, the teacher will allow the student to make up the test. Students who have an assignment due will deliver it to the teacher that same day. All students will be informed of how the Sweep program will be integrated into their school day.   
  
Students who demonstrate repeated tardy behavior will be subject to the progression of interventions and disciplinary action in an effort to encourage and teach proper time management skills. Consequences for sweep will go as follows:
  • 1st Tardy Offense: Students will be sent to sweep for the remainder of the class period and it will be documented.

  • 2nd Tardy Offense: Students will be sent to sweep for the remainder of the class period and receive a referral.

  • 3rd Tardy Offense: Students will be sent to sweep for the remainder of the class period and assigned Saturday School.

Data will be collected on the effectiveness of the program as we believe the sweep program will benefit students, parents and teachers. We strive to give students every opportunity to be successful and the first step towards success is having prompt attendance.

Students should log off and shut down their Chromebooks at least once a week.  When they sign back on, it triggers the update process automatically.  If they are not doing this, at some point, they will have a problem. If students are encountering problems the first step is to run an update, HOW TO Update Chromebook
A message from Security:

  • Keep parking permits "visible" at all times. . . not hidden behind visors, or you will receive a cute bright orange sticky sticker 
  • You must show your school ID to Security as you exit the parking lot each day.  Infinite Campus will not be accepted to leave the parking lot during school hours. 
  • Take a FULL picture of your ID on your smartphone for a backup in case you forget, or lose, your ID. 
  • Parking permits are sold out.  If you need a permit, go to the bookstore to get on the waiting list! Do not park on campus until you have your permit! 

 Counseling 


Students who would like to tour Grand Canyon University on April 5th. Please pick up a permission slip in the Career Center. There is only one bus so first come first get to attend. 

EVIT counselors will be on campus Friday March 22nd, in he library, to review EVIT applications for admission. Students will be called down to meet with the EVIT counselors throughout the day. If you are absent, please contact EVIT for application and admission information for the 19-20 school year.


T
here is a Summer Institute at Grand Canyon University for Sophomores and Juniors June 17-21st, 2019. You will have a four- night stay in one of suite style dorms. High School Seniors June 24-28th. Starting price is $470 for the week. What you pay will deducted from your first semester tuition.


If you are interested in going to Boys State please pick up an application in the Career Center. 

 

GEF Scholarship opportunities are now open. Please visit the website for more information. Gilbert Education Foundation. Students can also get apply for Varsity Letter in Volunteerism through the GEF website.
EVIT applications are available in the career center and counseling office. Applications are due back in the counseling office before March 7th.


College Board Scholarship Opportunities


Arizona Community Foundation Scholarships are now open: https://www.azfoundation.org/Scholarships/ScholarshipOpportunities.aspx



Students if you need to make an appointment to see your counselor please use the google form Counseling Appointment Request.  Please note this form is for students to request an appointment, if a parent wishes to make a request, please call the Counseling Department at 545-3100, ext. 2121.  


Students, your counselors are finally with the times and have a twitter account! You should follow them @CampoCounseling to get updates on scholarships, college visits, testing information, dual enrollment information, and much more!

Clubs and Activities


Go follow Campo Key Club on Twitter and Instagram for information on service opportunities! 
Follow us on twitter at - CVHS Key Club 
And follow us on instagram at - cvhs_key.club

Come out TONIGHT to support the Coyotes Lacrosse team in a home game against Chandler High School at 7pm in the Campo Stadium!


Congratulations to the Performing Arts Students of the Month:
Ethan Hendrickson-Theatre Arts
Kailey Coopoer-Orchestra
Mary Ann Schmidt-Choir
Dylan Garcia-Band
Congratulations and keep up the great work!


This Friday, March 22, at 7 PM make sure to be at the 2019 Powderpuff game.  Will the seniors keep their winning title? Will the juniors even have a chance?  All those questions will be answered on the football field this week.  You will not want to miss this.  

Turning Point USA has the distinct honor of welcoming Kyle Kashuv, a Parkland School shooting survivor to speak on the Second Amendment and gun control. Come and hear what he has to say about the subject. Friday, March 29th at 5:00 pm in the cafeteria.


PROM is Saturday April 13.  If you would like to bring a guest from another campus to PROM, you first need to have a guest pass application completely filled out with both your information and your guest’s information, including the signature from your guest’s high school.  You then need to turn in the completed guest pass application to Nancy Michael in the Activities office no later than Wednesday April 10th.  If approved, you will then be given a guest pass that your guest must present at PROM.

PROM tickets go on sale April 1. All tickets are 50 dollars. Tickets will be sold in the bookstore during normal business hours. If you purchase tickets in the bookstore you can pay with cash, check or a card. Ticket prices are the same the night of prom but you will need to pay with cash or a check.

Those that want to be apart of Radiate next year make sure to get your Radiate applications to Mrs. Woods in Room 204. They are are due this Friday, March 22nd.


Our LAST Link N' Learn of the year is this Thursday, March 21st during the second half of fourth and fifth hour lunches in the library! We will be reflecting on your freshman year and using what you have learned to prepare for your sophomore year. We can't wait to see you there!


Copperpocolypse! Krissy from National Comedy Theatre will be here again for rehearsal on Thursday. Don't miss this chance to learn from the pros. Copper will meet after school in the drama room.

Are you outgoing, courageous, friendly, easy to get along with and just an all around great example of the Campo Way? If you answered yes to these questions you should consider running for Student Council. So I can tell you are wondering what else does your CV student council do? We plan, organize and carry out all assemblies. We plan, organize and carry out all of the dances. As a council we support and encourage school spirit and pride through spirit days and during sporting events. CV Stuco is actively looking for campus beautification projects as well as service projects to participate in. Do you know where the Senior Gift comes from? As a member of student council you help make this decision.  Student council is a huge time commitment and only students who are able to commit to long hours after school and on the weekends should apply.  In order to be considered for a position you must attend a mandatory pre election meeting on Monday March 25 at 2:30 in the Library. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Singleton in room 506 or email her.


Coyotes, In an effort to help beautify the campus, your sophomore class representatives planted some flowers near the front office. They need your help to keep them alive. Don't throw away water bottles that are half full. Go water our flowers, then recycle your water bottles. Thanks you for helping to keep our campus beautiful.



1 in 7. Look around you. In a class of 35 it will kill 5 of us. Cancer impacts everyone. Coyotes, together we can beat our biggest rival. Walk with your Campo Family at Relay for Life on March 29. For more information, ask any Key Club member or Ms Diggs.


Boys State is a citizenship training program designed to provide a working knowledge of our governmental process. An interesting 'learn by doing' method is used at Boys State. Boys learn about government by actually operating it; Establish a mythical 51st state patterned after Arizona, elect state, county and city officers, set up legislative assemblies, introduce bills, organize courts and law enforcement agencies and in other ways act as self-governing citizens for a full week. Boys State will be held at Northern Arizona University, Sunday, June 2 through Saturday, June 8, 2019. Applications must be submitted by mail no later than April 10, 2019.


Key Club members, check Google Classroom for the MANY service opportunities coming up over the next month. Your service time is needed!


Do you like arguing? Do you want to learn more about political issues? Debate club might be for you! Debate club allows students an outlet to voice their opinion on problems we face today as a country, state, and town. Meetings are Tuesdays and Thursdays after school in room 527.


Hi coyotes! If you weren’t already aware, NHS and Link Crew have teamed up for Think Crew Tutoring this year! If you aren’t comfortable talking with your teachers or don’t have the same lunch hour as them, come to Think Crew tutoring! We offer tutoring in any and every subject, and are available every Tuesday and Thursday in the library during both lunch hours. We hope to see you there!


Do you miss board and card games? Then Pair-a-Dice Club is for you! Every Wednesday after school, come to Room 535 to make friends and practice friendly competition! Can't wait to see you there!

Do you like to Draw, Paint or Create Cartoons? Then come join the Art Club! We meet Tuesdays after school in room 306. You do not need to be in an Art class to join us, just an interest. Come check us out!

Lunchtime intramurals will take place during the second half of each lunch.. 4th hour intramurals will be held on Tuesdays and Fridays in the main gym and fifth hour intramurals will be held on Tuesdays and Fridays in the mini gym during the second half of each lunch. Please see Coach Cornell or any PE teacher with questions.

WEEKLY ACTIVITIES SCHEDULE

Thursday, March 21, 2019                                             

7:00AM-2:00PM AFJROTC - Civil Air Patrol TBD

7:00AM-5:00PM            Photo Class      Jerome, AZ

9:00AM-12:45PM          Corporate Academy     Isabel's Amor

11:00AM & 12:00PM Link & Learn

3:30PM B. Tennis @ Basha Basha

3:30PM G. Tennis vs Basha Home

6:30PM-10:30PM          Theatre Arts    ASU Gammage



Friday, March 22, 2019

ALL DAY Band   San Bernardino, CA

ALL DAY Band   Las Vegas, NV

7:00AM-2:00PM            AFJROTC - Civil Air Patrol            TBD

9:00AM-2:00PM            ToyBox The Herberger Theatre

10:00AM Track & Field - Rampage Invite Red Mountain

3:45PM JV Softball @ Maricopa Maricopa

4:00PM V Baseball @ Maricopa Maricopa

4:00PM JV Baseball vs Maricopa Home

6:30PM V Softball vs Maricopa Home

7:00PM Powder Puff Coyote Stadium


Saturday, March 23, 2019

ALL DAY Band   San Bernardino, CA

ALL DAY Band   Las Vegas, NV

6:30AM-4:00PM            AFJROTC           South Mountain High School

9:30AM Track & Field - Chandler Rotary Chandler HS



Sunday, March 24, 2019

ALL DAY Band   San Bernardino, CA

ALL DAY Band   Las Vegas, NV

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