Schedules for currently enrolled seventh grade students will be passed out to students with parents after completing registration forms on site, Wednesday, August 6, 8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Schedules for currently enrolled eighth grade students will be passed out to students with parents after completing registration forms on site, Thursday, August 7, 8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Parents should allow at least one hour to complete registration.
Students who have not cleared fines/immunizations will not receive schedules until records are cleared.
New CJHS Student Registration will be held on Wednesday and Thursday, August 13-14, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Students who are new to the district must bring your parent with a State-issued picture ID (i.e. drivers license,) specific proof of residence according to District policy (i.e. utility bill,) student’s health records, student’s social security card, student’s birth certificate, student’s 2013-14 final report card, and student’s latest standardized test results. Parents should allow at least one hour to complete registration.
All students should report to school for the first day of classes on Monday, August 25, 7:53 a.m.
On the junior high campus, teachers require and inform their classes individually regarding school supplies.
Thursday, August 14
8:30-3:30 -- New Teacher Orientation, Technology Building
PDAS Training New Teachers to District – Mrs. Staci Davis
Monday, August 18 -- All Employees Meet at CHS
7:30 -- Coffee/Juice/Donuts
8:00 -- Dr. Hambrick – Welcome
Administration – Our Campus is the Best
Introduction of New Employees
Special Programs: Title/Special Education/GT/ESL/CTE
Child Abuse Reporting – Ms. Dana Anderson
11:00-12:00 -- Ministerial Alliance Lunch for CISD, CHS Commons
12:00-3:30 -- Report to Campus
CJHS Departmental STAAR Data Disaggregation
Tuesday, August 19 -- All Employees (except Cafeteria Workers and Custodians) Meet at CHS
9:00-12:00 -- Speaker – Aric Bostick (CISD, GISD, BISD)
12:00-1:15 -- Lunch On Your Own
1:30-3:00 -- TBG Solutions – “BeSafe in CyberSpace: How to NOT get fired over Facebook or Create a Liability” (Smartphone Safety, Identity Theft Awareness, Sexting, Cyberbullying)
6:30-7:30 -- 7th Grade Orientation (All 7th Grade Teachers & Professional Personnel)
Wednesday, August 20
8:00-11:30 -- Mandatory SHARS Meeting, Special Education Building
(Mrs. Judy Langford will notify those who need to attend.)
8:30-10:00 -- Dr. Hambrick to Meet with All UIL Coaches (9-12), Admin Building
8:30-11:00 -- CJHS Faculty Work in Classrooms
11:00-3:30 -- CJHS Faculty/Staff Lunch & Meeting, CJHS Cafeteria
Thursday, August 21
8:00-11:30 -- Bus Driver Orientation
8:00-11:00 – CJHS Faculty Work in Classrooms
11:00-12:30 – Lunch on your own
12:30-3:30 – All CJHS Teachers (only) PDAS Training
Friday, August 22
8:00-3:30 -- Teacher Work Day
Monday, August 25
7:49-3:20 -- FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS!
6:30 -- Meet the Bulldogs, CHS
1. UIL - Jennifer Myers
2. Student Council -
3. LRC - Kim Griffith & Torri McDaniel
1. Ashley Smith & David Myers
2. Jennifer Zett & Jill Smith
3. Art: Marcie Rhiddlehoover
Photographers will be ready by 7:45 a.m. to take pictures of staff members who do not have homeroom classes.
All students and faculty/staff members will have pictures made for the yearbook on this day -- free of charge. If students or parents would like to purchase these pictures, please order online before picture day or complete an order envelope. Place your money in the envelope and seal it. The student must return the envelope directly to the photographer before his/her picture is taken on the morning of picture day.
On picture day, we will not go to first period, but everyone should report directly to second period when the first bell sounds. We will have an extended second period while seventh grade students and teachers smile for the camera and an extended third period while eighth grade students and teachers smile for the camera. The support room will be closed.
As classes are called, teachers should escort and supervise students and be first in line to have a picture made. Students' pictures will be grouped behind their teacher's picture and will be returned in this order. Every student should be prepared to give the photographer his name and/or completed order form, having the form accessible before his picture.
We will return to regular bell schedule when all pictures are completed, before first lunch/fifth period.
Pictures will not be made for students who are not in dress code.
This is the money we use to remember each other with cards or flowers when hospitalized or if we have a death in the family. All staff will want to contribute $10 per semester. You may give your contribution to Sunshine Chairman Ms. Jeannine Milam or Ms. Susan Rucker in the main office.
PAPER PLATES KITTY:
This is a separate account. As the name suggests, we purchase large and small paper plates, napkins, plastic eating utensils, cups, dish detergent, paper towels, etc., for monthly birthday cakes and our occasional theme lunches. All staff will want to contribute toward this fund, monetarily or with products.
Also, throughout the year, you may choose to "pay" for your meal through this fund rather than to bring a covered dish to spread at campus covered dish luncheons.
Of course, this club is set up for coffee drinkers. It costs $10 per month, and coffee is provided in the main office and in the LRC. There should be no other coffee machines on campus. If you wish to pay per cup, it costs 50 cents for a paper cupful or $1 per your own coffee mug, no thermos please!
Drinking water is provided from fountain in the main office, free of charge.
As a campus fundraiser, faculty/staff may wear blue jeans one other day of the week for only $2. Buy your blue jean fundraiser ticket from Mrs. Rucker in the main office.
President -- Drew Jackson
Vice-President -- Evan Pepper
Secretary -- Savannah Gwinn
Treasurer -- Justin Hutchinson
Historian -- Logan Mohr