CVHS Outstanding Employee Nominations

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Hello CVHS Community,

Nominations are now open for the Outstanding Employee Awards! To submit a nomination for a Centreville High School Outstanding Employee in one of the categories below, please complete the nomination through the Google Form link in blue. You may nominate an employee in one or more categories. All that is required for a preliminary nomination is a paragraph or two about how this employee demonstrates exceptional work in the criteria for that category. The Google Form link has more information regarding the criteria for each of these awards and the eligibility requirements are below.

 

Outstanding Teacher  

Eligibility: Has at least three years of experience as a teacher (in any school/school district); librarians are included in this category

 

Outstanding New Teacher

Eligibility: Within their first three years of being a teacher (in any school/school district); librarians are included in this category

                                                           

Outstanding Leader 

Eligibility: At least one year of experience in their current position as a Schedule-C or School-Based Administrator scale employee (that is not the building principal)

Common positions in this category: Assistant and Associate Principals, Director of Student Activities, Director of Student Services

 

Outstanding Professional Employee  

Eligibility: At least one year experience in current position as a Schedule-B employee or other non-instructional employee in a school that supports school leadership

Common positions in this category: School-Based Technology Specialist, Technology Support Specialist, Assessment Coach, Career Center Specialist, Instructional Coach, Psychologist, Social Worker, School Counselor, Safety and Security Specialist, Resource Teachers that serve in an administrative role in a school

 

Outstanding Operational Employee

Eligibility: At least one year of experience in current position as Schedule-A or Classroom Instructional Support Scale employee

Common positions in this category: Administrative and Office Staff, Safety and Security Assistant, Custodial Staff, Food Service Staff, IA, PHA, PHTA, All Parent Liaisons (regardless of how they are paid) 

 

Note: The deadline to submit a nomination is Monday, November 18.

If you have any questions, please contact Sarah Lutes at stlutes@fcps.edu.

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C'ville News 11/08/2019

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Veterans Day

We want to thank and honor all of our veterans for your sacrifice and dedication to our country!  We also want to thank and recognize those who are currently serving in our military.  Thank you for all you do!

PTSA News

We currently have a vacancy on the PTSA board for the vice president position.  This is a great opportunity for parent leadership to help support our students, staff, and the community.  The responsibilities are very manageable, and the current board members are in place to assist.  Please email PTSA president Jennifer Jain at cvhsptsapresident@yahoo.com with your interest and any questions.  We need parent volunteers like you to make the PTSA great!  https://cvhsptsa.webs.com/

All Night Grad Party (ANGP)

We need your help to make sure the seniors have an amazing ANGP experience.  Join us at the All Night Grad Party Meeting Tuesday, November 19 at 6 pm in Mod 2.

We are looking for parents to join the planning committee!  Parents of all grade levels are welcome, you don’t have to have a senior to help out!  We need many committee chairs-everything from food, activities, volunteers, set-up, tickets and more. 

If you cannot make the meeting but would like to help out, please email Sharon Stemme at sharonstemme@yahoo.com.

Technology Support Fee

As part of FCPSOn, an annual technology support fee of $50 will be charged to all high school students. This fee will help ensure students have access to the technology they need by defraying the cost to repair and replace equipment, ensuring all students have the necessary laptops for testing, and providing back-up laptops as a substitute as needed. All students will need access to the same software, which might not be compatible with self-provided laptops. The technology support fee is included in the FY 2020 Approved Budget.

The technology support fee will be billed centrally using FCPS’ e-commerce platform, My School Bucks (MSB), which retrieves information from the Student Information System (SIS). Students who have Free and Reduced meal status and have given consent to share their FRM status for a waiver or reduction of the technology support fee will be charged $25 for Reduced status; the fee will be waived for Free status.

The technology support fee will be billed on Monday after the end of first quarter of each school year for all eligible students who are enrolled at that time. 

Parents/guardians and students who do not have an MSB account will receive a bill from MSB to the primary email address recorded in SIS. They are also encouraged to enroll in My School Bucks.

More information can be found at this link - 

https://www.fcps.edu/resources/technology/fcpson/fcpson-technology-support-fee

 

Fill in the FAFSA Event - Sat., Nov. 9th – 9:00am-Noon

Centreville High School is hosting the annual FREE Fill-in-the-FAFSA event on Saturday, November 9 from 9am-12pm in Rooms 111 and 112 (across from the school library in the B hallway). Trained counselors and financial aid experts will offer individual help to complete the FAFSA online. Filing the FAFSA is encouraged annually for current and prospective college students in order to determine eligibility for student financial aid. This event is open for all seniors who plan to enroll in a 2-year or 4-year university or trade school in the fall of 2020. Registration is requested (but not required) at http://www.collegeaccessfairfax.org/.

 

Korean Exchange Program – Mon., Nov. 11th – 15th

CVHS will be hosting 20 students from the Jeonnam Province in South Korea next week.  Ten of our CVHS families have graciously offered to host them during this week.  This is a wonderful opportunity to interact with students from across the world.  Please give them a warm CVHS welcome if you see them at a football game or at our upcoming play.

 

College 101 Night – Tues., Nov.12th – 7:00pm-8:30pm

 CVHS Student Services is proud to present College 101 Night on Tuesday, November 12th for parents and students in grades 9-11. The program will run from 7-8:30PM in the library. Erin Slater, Assistant Director of Admissions at Randolph-Macon College, will be presenting an overview of the college admissions process. Her presentation includes what colleges look for in applicants and how admissions offices make decisions. There will also be a fun and interactive mock admissions activity. Join us for this behind the scenes look about the college admissions process! For more information, email Mrs. Stamper at kastamper@fcps.edu.

 

College Visits at CVHS

Nov. 14             Hawaii Pacific University

Nov. 18             Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania

Dec. 5                University of Mary Washington on-site admissions opportunity (email kastamper@fcps.edu for more information)

Juniors and seniors must sign up in Naviance to attend info sessions with college reps in the College and Career Center.  Pass must be signed 24 hours before by the teacher. See Ms. Stamper with questions.

 

Mark Your Calendar

Sat., Nov. 9 – FAFSA Super Saturday @ CVHS 9:00am – Noon

Tues., Nov. 12 – ASVAB @ CVHS Library 8:30am – Noon

Tues., Nov. 12 – College 101 Night – 7:00pm-8:30pm – CVHS Library

Fri., Sat., & Sun., Nov. 15 (7:30pm), 16 (3:00pm & 7:30pm) & 17 (3:00pm)– Spring Play “You Can’t Take It With You”

Sat., Nov. 16 – CVHS Robotics STEM Day, 8:00am

Tues., Nov. 19 – PTSA Meeting

Tues., Nov. 19 & Wed., Nov. 20 - Grade Depression Screening (during History classes)

Wed.-Fri., Nov. 27-29 – Thanksgiving Break – No School

Thurs., Dec. 5 – Band Concert

Sat., Dec. 7 – SAT’s @ CVHS

Wed., & Thurs., Dec. 11 & 12 – Orchestra Concert

Thurs., Dec. 19 – Choral Concert

Dec. 23–Jan. 3 – Winter Break – No School

Mon., Jan. 13 - Pyramid Choral Concert @ CVHS

 

**For dates of sports events please go to https/wearecville.com/. 

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Technology Support Fee

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Technology Support Fee

As part of FCPSOn, an annual technology support fee of $50 will be charged to all high school students. This fee will help ensure students have access to the technology they need by defraying the cost to repair and replace equipment, ensuring all students have the necessary laptops for testing, and providing back-up laptops as a substitute as needed. All students will need access to the same software, which might not be compatible with self-provided laptops. The technology support fee is included in the FY 2020 Approved Budget.

The technology support fee will be billed centrally using FCPS’ e-commerce platform, My School Bucks (MSB), which retrieves information from the Student Information System (SIS). Students who have Free and Reduced meal status and have given consent to share their FRM status for a waiver or reduction of the technology support fee will be charged $25 for Reduced status; the fee will be waived for Free status.

The technology support fee will be billed on Monday after the end of first quarter of each school year for all eligible students who are enrolled at that time. 

Parents/guardians and students who do not have an MSB account will receive a bill from MSB to the primary email address recorded in SIS. They are also encouraged to enroll in My School Bucks.

More information can be found at this link - 

https://www.fcps.edu/resources/technology/fcpson/fcpson-technology-support-fee

 

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Korean Exchange Program - Host Family Needed

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Korean Exchange Program – Host Family Needed

CVHS has a remaining spot for our Korean exchange program!  This is a fantastic opportunity to travel abroad at a fraction of the cost.  CVHS students will host 2 Korean students from November 8th to November 16th.  The CVHS student in turn would then be able to visit South Korea during spring break at a cost of $1100.  The Exchange Program provides students with opportunities to enrich their educational experiences and help make friends from the other side of the world.

If you are able to host, please contact Mr. Lehman @ crlehman@fcps.edu by Monday, 10/28/2019.  Don’t miss this opportunity!

 

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C'ville School News 10/25/2019

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End of First Quarter - Nov 1

The first quarter ends on Friday, Nov 1.  Report cards will be given directly to students on Tuesday, Nov 12.  Be sure to ask them to see their report card.  You can also view your student’s grades at any time by having a SIS parent account.  If you do not already have an account, you can see more information about how to activate the account at this link - 

https://www.fcps.edu/resources/technology/student-information-system-sis-fcps/sis-parent-account-overview

 

School Picture Make-up Day

Picture retakes for underclassmen will be held on Friday, Nov 1.

 

Student-Parent Survey for Federal Impact AID 

Beginning on October 22, FCPS will be asking all families to fill out a Student-Parent Survey for Federal Impact Aid. Returning this form is important because information from this survey results in an anticipated $3 million dollars in grant funds each year from the U.S. Department of Education. These funds are used to support all Fairfax County public schools and centers. For each school-aged child in your household, please complete, sign, date, and return the survey to your child's school. If sections 1 and 2 of the survey do not apply to you, just check the box in Section 3.  All forms must be signed, dated, and returned by October 30. All results are CONFIDENTIAL. 

Video link - https://youtu.be/uPqC3BLf3Ow

 

2020 Virginia Summer Residential Governor’s School 

The Virginia Summer Governor’s School is a challenging and enriching program designed for highly motivated students who are looking for a challenging summer experience.  Programs are offered in Visual and Performing Arts, Humanities, Math/Science/Tech, Agriculture, Life Science/Medicine, and Mentorships in Engineering and Life Sciences.  The selection process is extremely competitive.  For the Academics and Mentorship Programs, most students selected rank in the top 10% of their class and have scored in the 90th percentile on standardized measures of ability or achievement tests.  These residential programs run from late June to late July.  Only sophomores and juniors who are available during that time frame and whose records match these criteria should apply.  

The deadline to declare your interest for the 2020 Summer Residential Governor’s School is November 5, 2020. (no late submissions will be accepted)

FOR MORE INFORMATION, AND TO DECLARE YOUR INTEREST, Complete one of the Google Interest Forms at this link:

https://centrevillehs.fcps.edu/announcements/virginia-governors-school

 

Unified Sports Video Clip

Check out this awesome video clip from our Centreville Pyramid Unified Special Olympics event. Thanks again to everyone who made this possible!

 

Financial Aid Champion

Centreville HS is thrilled to announce that we now have a Financial Aid Champion assigned to our school to work with seniors on the FAFSA and CSS Profile. An employee of our non-profit partner College Access Fairfax, Ms. Bonnie Horowitz is an amazing resource and will be available in the College & Career Center every Wednesday from 9:30am1:30pm. Students can walk in at any time to consult with Ms. Horowitz, and parents are welcome to email her for an appointment during those hours. Contact her directly at bdhorowitz@fcps.edu.

 

College Visits at CVHS

Oct. 28              Albright College, University of Delaware

Oct. 30              Towson University, Messiah College

Nov. 6               Saint Anselm College, Frostburg State University 

Juniors and seniors must sign up in Naviance to attend info sessions with college reps in the College and Career Center.  Pass must be signed 24 hours before by the teacher. See Ms. Stamper with questions.

 

No School for Students - Mon., Nov. 4th & Tues., Nov. 5th (Election Day)

Remember to vote on Tues., November 5th!  Fairfax County voters will vote on the 2019 School Bond Referendum which presents future plans and the FCPS Blueprint for Success.

 

Fill in the FAFSA Event - Sat., Nov. 9th – 9:00am – 12:00 @ CVHS Library 

Seniors who plan to attend a 2 or 4-year college can apply for financial aid through filing the FAFSA. It opens on October 1 at www.fafsa.gov. If you need assistance, consider attending the FREE workshops sponsored by College Access Fairfax: https://collegeaccessfairfax.org/event/fafsa-completion-centreville/

 

Mark Your Calendar

Sat., Oct. 26 – ACT

Fri., Nov. 1 – End of First Quarter & Make-up Undergrad pics

Mon., Nov. 4 – No School for Students

Tues., Nov. 5 – No School for Students & Election Day

Wed., Nov. 6 – National Merit Breakfast (during PLUS)

Wed., Nov. 6 - World Language Exam 4:00pm

Sat., Nov. 9 - FAFSA Super Saturday @ CVHS 9:00am - Noon

Mon.,Nov 11;Thurs., Nov. 14; Tues.& Wed., Nov. 19-20 - Grade Depression Screening (during history classes & some plus periods)

Tues., Nov. 12 – College 101 Night @ Auditorium 7:00pm

Tues., Nov. 12 – ASVAB @ CVHS Library 8:30am – Noon

Fri., Sat., & Sun., Nov. 15 (7:30pm), 16 (3:00pm & 7:30pm) & 17 (3:00pm)– Spring Play “The Odd Couple”

Sat., Nov. 16 – CVHS Robotics STEM Day

Sat., Nov. 16-Apprenticeship & Skilled Workforce Career Fair @ Edison HS 

Tues., Nov. 19 – PTSA Meeting

Sat., Dec. 7 – SAT’s @ CVHS

Dec. 23 – Jan. 3 – Winter Break

**For dates of sports events please go to https/wearecville.com/.  

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Supporting Students In a Digital World, Tues., 10/22 @ CVHS

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The Centreville Pyramid will be hosting a Community Event on how to Support our Students in a Digital World on Tuesday, October 22, from 6:15 - 8:15 PM at Centreville High School. 

Come and learn how we can work together to help students practice healthy technology habits. We will kick off the event with a student panel followed by breakout sessions.  The sessions will include:

 

  • Proactive Approaches for Healthy Technology Use
  • Digital Drama/Social Media
  • Digital Footprint and Photo Sharing
  • Fake News
  • Managing Technology and Media Use in your Home
  • Digital Balance and Well Being

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C'ville School News 10/10/2019

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A Note From The Principal

Wildcat families,

Last week was my first homecoming week at Centreville High School, and I was so impressed with the energy and excitement of our students and the community.  Students and staff were engaged in fun activities all throughout the week, and Wildcat spirit was clearly evident. We are fortunate to have amazing students, a caring faculty and staff, and a supportive community all coming together to create a vibrant culture at CVHS.  

At CVHS, we remain committed to ensuring high quality classroom instruction and a positive caring school culture.  Teachers have been focused on student engagement and the implementation of FCPSOn laptops in the classroom to enhance the learning experience for students.  Teachers are collaborating regularly and discussing instructional practices to best meet the needs of our students. We are deepening our implementation of social emotional learning and the RULER program, and we are sharing our positive school-wide expectations of Respect, Ownership, Achievement, and Relationships (ROAR) through ongoing advisory lessons.  While there are always aspects of school that require our attention and continuous improvement, last week’s homecoming celebration was an opportunity to celebrate the wonderful school culture we have at CVHS.

I am fortunate and proud to be part of this great school.  I look forward to our continued work together to achieve great things for our students.  Be sure to say hello at upcoming events and reach out should you have any questions or concerns.  Go Wildcats!

Chad Lehman

Principal

 

Health Department Vape Warnings

As Fairfax County and FCPS continue to battle the vaping epidemic, the Fairfax County Health Department has made informational flyers available regarding the severe lung illness associated with vaping. Flyers are available on the FCPS student (found here) and parent (found here) webpages.

 

College Visits at CVHS

Oct. 11              University of Maryland Baltimore County, Bennington College

Oct. 15              Virginia Wesleyan University, Dickinson College, Penn State, Marist College, Johns Hopkins University

Oct. 17              Coastal Carolina University, Bridgewater College

Juniors and seniors must sign up in Naviance to attend info sessions with college reps in the College and Career Center.  Pass must be signed 24 hours before by the teacher. See Ms. Stamper with questions.

 

No School for Students - Mon., Oct. 14th -Teacher Planning Day

 

PSAT’s - Wed., Oct. 16th - 2 Hour Early Closing at 12:55 PM 

 

Digital Citizenship Night - Tues., Oct. 22nd @ CVHS- 6:15pm-8:15pm

Save the date! October 22nd will be the Centreville Pyramid Digital Night “Supporting Kids in the Digital World.”  

 

No School for Students - Mon., Nov. 4th & Tues., Nov. 5th (Election Day)

Remember to vote on Tues., November 5th!  Fairfax County voters will vote on the 2019 School Bond Referendum which presents future plans and FCPS Blueprint for Success.

 

Fill in the FAFSA Event - Sat., Nov. 9th – 9:00am – 12:00 @ CVHS Library

Seniors who plan to attend a 2 or 4-year college can apply for financial aid through filing the FAFSA. It opens on October 1 at www.fafsa.gov. If you need assistance, consider attending the FREE workshops sponsored by College Access Fairfax: https://collegeaccessfairfax.org/event/fafsa-completion-centreville/

 

Mark Your Calendar

Mon., Oct. 14 – No School for Students; School Planning Day

Wed., Oct. 16 – PSAT’s – 2-Hour Early Closing 12:55pm

Thurs., Oct. 17 – Orchestra Coffee Concert 7:00 @ Cafeteria

Sun., Oct. 20 – College Fair @ Fair Oaks Mall 7:30pm – 9:30pm - Register at www.fcpscollegefairs.com.

Tues., Oct 22 – Pyramid “Supporting Kids in the Digital World” & PTSA @ CVHS 6:15pm - 8:15pm

Wed., Oct. 23 – Alcanza College Fair @ GMU 9:30am – 1:30pm -   https://www2.gmu.edu/admissions-aid/alcanza. Field trip forms available from Mrs. Stamper, Mrs. Langstein, and Mrs. DeJesus-Brent. Completed forms due Oct. 15!

Wed., Oct. 23 – Sophomore Career Unit (during History classes)

Sat., Oct. 26 – ACT

Fri., Nov. 1 – End of First Quarter & Make-up Undergrad pics

Mon., Nov. 4 – No School for Students

Tues., Nov. 5 – No School for Students & Election Day

Wed., Nov. 6 – National Merit Breakfast (during PLUS)

Wed., Nov. 6 - World Language Exam 4:00pm

Thurs., Nov. 7 – College 101 Night @ Auditorium 7:00pm

Thurs., Nov. 7 – Apprenticeship & Skilled Workforce Career Fair @ Edison HS

Sat., Nov. 9 – FAFSA Super Saturday @ CVHS 9:00am – Noon

Tues., Nov. 12 – “A” Report Card Raffle during lunches

Tues., Nov. 12 – ASVAB @ CVHS Library 8:30am – Noon

Tues., Nov. 12 – 11th Grade Depression Screening (during History classes)

Fri., Sat., & Sun., Nov. 15 (7:30pm), 16 (3:00pm & 7:30pm) & 17 (3:00pm)– Spring Play “The Odd Couple”

Sat., Nov. 16 – CVHS Robotics STEM Day

 

**For dates of sports events please go to https/wearecville.com/.  

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Supporting Students in a Digital World

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Supporting Students in a Digital World

You are invited to a Centreville Community Event:

Supporting Students in a Digital World

 

Date: Tuesday, October 22, 2019
Time: 6:15 pm – 8:15 pm
Place: Centreville High School

Come and learn how we can work together to help students navigate this digital world.

• Large group presentation
• Student panel
• 2 breakout sessions: (variety of topics to choose from)
• Organized by Centreville Pyramid instructional technology leaders
• Fairfax County Police officers will have resources to share

 

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PSAT Day - Oct. 16th - 2-Hour Early Closing

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PSAT Day - Oct 16th - 2-Hour Early Closing at 12:55pm

Please find below the planned agenda for the day by grade:

    • Grade 9 - Will not take the PSAT 8/9 test this year.  9th grade students will participate in Academic and Career Planning Activities/Lessons.  Lessons will be taught by 9th Grade Advisory teachers.  Counselors and Career Center Specialist will also have activities for the students on this day.
    • Grades 10 and 11 - Will participate in the PSAT.  FCPS will pay for both grade levels. 
    • Grade 12 -Seniors arrive at school and go to the cafeteria.  Breakfast will be served (Chick-fil-A Breakfast sandwich).  A Senior Class meeting will be held and then sizing for Senior caps and gowns for graduation  (Senior shirts will be available to buy @ $10.00 each.)   Lastly, there will be a panoramic photo taken at 9:45am in the stadium and senior students will be released from there.

                 Senior Parents – Due to the modified schedule, class

                 attendance will not be taken.  If your senior will be out or late, a

                 call into the attendance office will NOT be necessary.

 

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C'Ville School News 9/26/2019

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On Time Arrival

Parents, please help us get school started on time!  The first class begins at 8:10.  Students should arrive to school early enough to be in the classroom by 8:10 ready to learn.  Now that the year is well underway, we are seeing an increase in the number of students who are arriving late in the morning, which impacts their instructional time and interrupts classes when they enter late.  Thank you!

 

Unified SportsSat., Sept. 28th - 9:00am – Noon

CVHS is excited to host this Special Olympics event for the Centreville Pyramid.  Come on out and support our students and this worthy cause. For more information click here -  https://www.specialolympics.org/our-work/sports-and-games/unified-sports.

 

Homecoming WeekMon., 9/30 – Sat., 10/5

Let's all have a spirited homecoming week with the theme of “There’s No Place Like Homecoming.”

Spirit Week Days:

Monday: “No Place Like Home”- show American spirit wear red, white, and blue

Tuesday: Tin Man Tuesday- Wear all grey or Dress as a Tin Man

Wednesday: Which Witch is Which- Twin Day

Thursday: Just a Dream -pajama day

Friday: Somewhere Over the Wildcat Rainbow- class colors day

Seniors-black, Juniors-blue, Sophomores-white, Freshman-grey

A pep rally will be held during 7th period on Friday 10/5 with a parade beginning at 4:00 from Union Mill Elementary; football game at 7:00; and Homecoming dance at CVHS on Sat. 10/5 at 8:00pm – 11:00pm.

 

College Visits at CVHS

Sept. 30            Richard Bland College

Oct. 1                University of Maryland

Oct. 2                Miami University of Ohio, Randolph-Macon College

Oct. 3                Randolph College

Oct. 7                Johnson & Wales University, William & Mary

Oct. 8                University of Virginia, Radford University, Dartmouth College

Oct. 9                Duke University

Oct. 10              George Washington University, George Mason University, University of Louisville

Juniors and seniors must sign up in Naviance to attend info sessions with college reps in the College and Career Center. Pass must be signed 24 hours before by the teacher. See Ms. Stamper with questions.

 

Paying for College Night - Wed., Oct. 2, 7:00pm - Auditorium

Parents and students in all grades are encouraged to attend Paying for College Night on Wednesday, October 2nd from 7-8:30pm in the CVHS auditorium. Financial Aid Manager Lisa Branson will present on the financial aid process, applying for grants and scholarships, and accessing the FAFSA.

 

CVHS Field Hockey Think Pink Fundraiser – Thurs., Oct. 3 – 6pm-9pm

The Centreville High School Field Hockey Teams will host a Think Pink Fundraiser in conjunction with the Centreville vs. Westfield Junior Varsity and Varsity games at 6:15pm and 7:30pm. All monies raised will benefit the Play 4 the Cure National Foundation for Cancer Research (http://www.nfcr.org/p4tc/) and be donated in memory of Mrs. Donna Sweeney, a beloved teacher at Centreville High School who lost her battle to cancer earlier this year. Admission to this event is free, however, donations for the Play 4 the Cure National Foundation for Cancer Research are greatly appreciated.

 

World Language Credit Exam- Registration closes 10/10

The World Language Credit Exam is given to those students interested in trying to earn high school credit. There are 30 languages offered to earn World Language credits through this credit exam. If a student is fluent in one of the 30 languages offered and would like more information, he/she can contact their school counselor. The world language exam will take place on Wednesday, November 6th from 4:00 pm to 7:45 pm in the Centreville High School cafeteria. Registration for the world language exam closes on October 10th.

 

PSAT Day - October 16th - 2 Hour Early Closing at 12:55 PM

    • Grade 9 - Will not take the PSAT 8/9 test this year.  9th grade students will participate in Academic and Career Planning Activities/Lessons.  Lessons will be taught by 9th Grade Advisory teachers.  Counselors and Career Center Specialist will also have activities for the students on this day.  We will provide more details at a later date.  
    • Grades 10 and 11 - Will participate in the PSAT.  FCPS will pay for both grade levels.  
    • Grade 12 - More details about activities for seniors will be provided at a later date by the senior class administrator and class sponsors.

 

Digital Citizenship Night – October 22nd @ CVHS

Save the date! October 22nd will be the Centreville Pyramid Digital Night “Supporting Kids in the Digital World.” More details to come.  

 

Fill in the FAFSA Event – Sat., 11/9 at 9:00 – 12:00 @ CVHS Library

Seniors who plan to attend a 2 or 4-year college can apply for financial aid through filing the FAFSA. It opens on October 1 at www.fafsa.gov. If you need assistance, consider attending the FREE workshops sponsored by College Access Fairfax: https://collegeaccessfairfax.org/event/fafsa-completion-centreville/

 

 

Mark Your Calendar

Sat., Sept. 28 – Unified Sports 9:00am to Noon

Wed., Oct. 2 – Paying for College Night 7:00/Auditorium

Thurs., Oct 3 – CVHS Field Hockey Think Pink Fundraiser, 6-9

Fri., Oct. 4 – Pep Rally during school/Homecoming Parade 4:00

Fri. Oct. 4 – Varsity Football vs Battlefield/Homecoming

Sat., Oct 5 – SAT’s and Homecoming Dance @ CVHS 8:00pm – 11:00pm

Mon., Oct. 14 – No School for Students; School Planning Day

Wed., Oct. 16 – PSAT’s – 2-Hour Early Closing 12:55pm

Thurs., Oct. 17 – Orchestra Coffee Concert 7:00/Cafeteria

Sun., Oct. 20 – College Fair @ Fair Oaks Mall 7:30pm – 9:30pm

Tues., Oct 22 – Pyramid “Supporting Kids in the Digital World” & PTSA

Wed., Oct. 23 – Alcanza College Fair @ GMU 9:30am – 1:30pm

Wed., Oct. 23 – Sophomore Career Unit (during History classes)

Sat., Oct. 26 – ACT

Fri., Nov. 1 – End of First Quarter & Make-up Undergrad pics

Mon., Nov. 4 – No School for Students

Tues., Nov. 5 – No School for Students & Election Day

Wed., Nov. 6 – National Merit Breakfast (during PLUS)

Wed., Nov. 6 - World Language Exam 4:00pm

Thurs., Nov. 7 – College 101 Night @ Auditorium 7:00pm

Thurs., Nov. 7 – Apprenticeship & Skilled Workforce Career Fair @ Edison HS

Sat., Nov. 9 – FAFSA Super Saturday @ CVHS 9:00am – Noon

Tues., Nov. 12 – “A” Report Card Raffle during lunches

Tues., Nov. 12 – ASVAB @ CVHS Library 8:30am – Noon

Tues., Nov. 12 – 11th Grade Depression Screening (during History classes)

Fri., Sat., & Sun., Nov. 15 (7:30pm), 16 (3:00pm & 7:30pm) & 17 (3:00pm)– Spring      Play “The Odd Couple”

Sat., Nov. 16 – CVHS Robotics STEM Day

 

**For dates of sports events please go to https/wearecville.com/. 

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CVHS Korean Exchange Program

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CVHS Korean Exchange Program

 

 Wildcats, 

Centreville High School is offering an exciting exchange program with South Korea that will give students and teachers a unique cultural and educational experience.  Jeonnam International Education Institute, located in Jeonnam Province South Korea, is a public school that adapted an international curriculum as a model school to lead the globalization of education supported by the Korean Ministry of Education. 

This Exchange Program provides students in grades 10-12 from Centreville High School with opportunities that will enrich their educational experiences and help make new friends from the other side of the world. The Program also offers a series of excursions to different parts of South Korea that may include the capital, Seoul, Busan, and Kyungju, old capital of the ancient Kingdom, Silla. During these excursions, the students will increase their cultural awareness and deepen their understanding of Korean history and its society that cannot be learned from textbooks.

Centreville students who are selected to participate would host 2 students from (approximately) November 9-16, 2019.  The visit to South Korea would be scheduled during Spring Break in April 2020, approximately April 4 – 12, 2020. The approximate cost for students will be $1100 (a $3,500 value).  There will be an application process, including mandatory background clearances for all adults hosting students in their homes.

We will be holding a brief general student interest meeting on Monday, September 23 immediately after school in the library. This meeting will last approximately 15 minutes.  

There will then be a parent/student meeting for those interested in applying to the program on Monday September 30 at 6:30pm in the CVHS library.  This meeting should last approximately 30-45 minutes.  Both students and parent(s) should attend the September 30 evening meeting if interested in being considered to participate in the exchange program. More specific details and applications will be given at this meeting

Parents or students can also contact Principal Chad Lehman at crlehman@fcps.edu  if there are any questions. 

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PTSA Meeting, Tuesday, 9/17/2019

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PTSA Meeting, Tues., 9/17

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PTSAFirst Meeting Tues., Sept. 17th at 7:00pm in the library.  Principal Lehman will be giving the “State of the School” presentation.  Please support the PTSA and learn more at the following link  https://cvhsptsa.webs.com/.

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Parents As Educational Partners (PEP) Classes

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Parents as Educational Partners (PEP) is a FREE series of 8-10 classes for PARENTS of English learners/ESOL. During class, parents will:

  • Learn about Fairfax County Public Schools and school procedures.
  • Learn the English you need to communicate with your child’s school.
  • Learn about the importance of parent involvement and participation in your child’s education.
  • Learn how to support your child academically.

Registration Night for the class will be Wednesday, September 18 from 6:30-8:30pm (late arrivals are welcome) at the cafeteria Centre Ridge Elementary School (14400 New Braddock Rd., Centreville, VA 20121). You are welcome to bring your kids! We hope to see you there!

 

PEP es una serie de 8-10 clases GRATUITAS para padres de familia de alumnos que están aprendiendo inglés (ESOL). En las clases, los padres:

  • Aprenderán sobre las Escuelas Públicas del Condado de Fairfax y los procedimientos de la escuela.
  • Aprenderán el inglés necesario para comunicarse con la escuela de su hijo.
  • Aprenderán sobre la importancia de la participación de los padres en la educación de sus hijos.
  • Sabrán cómo apoyar a su hijo académicamente.

La noche inscripción para la clase es el Miércoles, 18 de Septiembre a las 6:30-8:30pm (llegar tarde está bien) en la cafetería de Centre Ridge Elementary School (14400 New Braddock Rd., Centreville, VA 20121). Tenemos supervision para los niños. ¡Esperamos a verles ahí!

 

PEP은 영어 학습자의 학부모를 (ESOL) 위해 무료로 일련의 8-10번 수업을 제공합니다. 수업을 통해 학부모들은 다음 사항을 배우실 것입니다:

  • Fairfax 카운티 공립학교와 학교 절차
  • 자녀 학교와 대화하는데 필요한 영어.
  • 자녀 교육에 학부모 관여와 참여의 중요성.
  • 학업적으로 자녀를 지원할 수 있는 방법.

등록일은 9 월 18 일 수요일 오후 6시 30 분에서 8시 30 분까지이며 Center Ridge Elementary School의 (14400 New Braddock Rd., Centreville, VA 20121) 식당에서 진행됩니다. 우리는 아동 감독을 할 것입니다. 우리는 거기서 당신을 만나기를 바랍니다!

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CVHS Wildcat Football Fundraiser

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Wildcat Football Fundraiser

 

There are **only 3 days left** to support your Wildcat Football Program 

through The Touchdown Club's  www.FundS4Football.ORG Raffle.  

We will be choosing Winners for a wide variety of Prizes 

on Monday, September 16th, 2019.  

 

You may purchase Raffle tickets:

  1. Online through the www.FundS4Football.ORG website.  Or, 
  2. Text “WildcatFootball” to 855 – 202 – 2100 for a link sent right to your phone!  Or, 
  3. Finally, if you need to purchase manually, please EMAIL our Raffle Coordinator, Deirdre Lovelace, for further information.  She can be reached at DeirdreLovelace@gmail.com.  

Prizes that are up for grabs are:

  • a PRIVATE Sport Fishing Charter for a Day on the Chesapeake Bay for a party of 6 people (includes overnight accommodations at Comfort Inn & Suites in Lexington Park, MD)
  • a 60-minute Massage by Roger Johnson from Body Therapeutic Massage By Roger. 
  • a 3-piece Clothing Set of Wildcat Football SpiritWear
  • 4 Tickets to the Washington Nationals HOME GAME on 9/29 against the Cleveland Indians (includes a $10 Concessions credit for each ticket AND the first 20,000 fans through the gates will be given a Nats Puffy Vest!)
  • a 60-minute Massage by Ms. Kellie Payne from BodyPayne:  Massage Redefined
  • Ladies Haircut, Manicure & Pedicure from Miamore Beauty Salon (located right down from Trader Joe's Grocery Store)
  • 2 Tickets to the Hylton Performing Arts Center 

Tickets are $10 for 10 entries!  No limit for the amount you'd like to purchase!!  

YOU decide the prize for which you'd like to try!  

 

Thank you in advance for your support of our Wildcat Football Players & Program!  

 

The Touchdown Club greatly appreciates your purchase of tickets 

from our www.FundS4Football.ORG Raffle! 

#GoWildcats! #WeAreCville!

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C'ville School News

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Free and Reduced-Price Meals

The Free and Reduced Meals application is now online.  Families must re-apply every year to receive this service.  Click this link for more information and to apply online.  Please also complete the consent to share information (section 4 of the application) as this can allow the school to waive course fees and families to receive reduced fees for other activities.  If families do not re-apply, the current free/reduced lunch status will be inactivated beginning October 8th.

 

Medications

REMINDER: If students are carrying an epi-pen device, inhaler, or other emergency medication, a signed authorization by a physician and parent is required to be on file with the school health room. Other medications are not permitted to be carried by students but can be provided to the school health room by a parent with the proper paperwork. Authorization forms can be found on the FCPS website: https://www.fcps.edu/registration/forms

 

Attendance

Please be aware that if you need to check your student out early, you may have your student bring in a signed note from the parent to the Attendance office at the start of the day. Your student will then be able to check-out through the attendance office and meet you in the front of the building.  If no note is received, you will need to come inside to the attendance office to check them out.  Sending the note saves both you and the staff a lot of time and effort.  Please keep in mind that dismissals between 2:30pm and 3:00pm are very difficult due to bus arrival and preparation for dismissal.  If a check-out is needed after 2:30, please plan ahead and send a note.

 

Clinic

REMINDER: If students are carrying an epi-pen device, inhaler, or other emergency medication, a signed authorization by a physician and parent is required to be on file with the school health room. Other medications are not permitted to be carried by students but can be provided to the school health room by a parent with the proper paperwork. Authorization forms can be found on the FCPS website: https://www.fcps.edu/registration/forms

 

Donate Your Car to FCPS & Help Students Learn

The Student Auto Sales and Automotive Technology Program operating at Centreville High School are seeking vehicles for students to work and train on. Any vehicle qualifies and once the vehicles have been evaluated by the students, some are refurbished and resold through our Student Auto Sales program, funding our school’s program and enhancing the automotive technology class in its abilities. FCPS is looking for your fully tax deductible vehicle for our students use. Please contact Centreville HS Automotive Technology instructor Ryan Edwards at rwedwards@fcps.edu or call (703) 802-5588 to donate to this great cause.

 

College Visits at CVHS

Sept. 12 - Georgia Tech, Lynn University, Mount St. Mary’s

Sept. 13 – Washington College, Virginia Tech, Mary Baldwin

Sept. 16 – Kent State, Lynchburg, Catholic

Sept. 17 – Binghamton, St. Bonaventure, Gettysburg

Sept. 18 – Roanoke, Miami, VCU, Cincinnati, Longwood

Sept. 19 – The New School

Sept. 10 – Ohio State, Case Western

Juniors and Seniors must sign up in Naviance to attend info sessions with college representatives in the College & Career Center! Pass must be signed 24 hours before by their teacher.  See Mrs. Stamper with questions.

 

TAG Day – Sat., Sept. 14th

Tag day is the annual music dept. fundraiser.  Students from choir, orchestra, guitar and band will be canvassing the community and would greatly appreciate your tax-deductible donation to support our music department.

 

PTSAFirst Meeting Tues., Sept. 17th at 7:00pm in the library.  Principal Lehman will be giving the “State of the School” presentation.  Please support the PTSA and learn more at the following link  https://cvhsptsa.webs.com/.

 

CVHS Band Fundraiser – Wed., Sept. 18th from 5:00pm to 8:00pm at Firehouse Subs, 14245 Centreville Square, Centreville, VA.

 

Unified SportsSat., Sept. 28th - 9:00am – Noon

CVHS is excited to host this Special Olympics event for the Centreville Pyramid.  Come on out and support our students and this worthy cause.

 

PSAT Day - October 16th - 2 Hour Early Closing at 12:55 PM

    • Grade 9 - Will not take the PSAT 8/9 test this year.  9th grade students will participate in Academic and Career Planning Activities/Lessons.  Lessons will be taught by 9th Grade Advisory teachers.  Counselors and Career Center Specialist will also have activities for the students on this day.  We will provide more details at a later date.  
    • Grades 10 and 11 - Will participate in the PSAT.  FCPS will pay for both grade levels.  
    • Grade 12 - More details about activities for seniors will be provided at a later date by the senior class administrator and class sponsors.    

 

Mark Your Calendar

Sat., Sept. 14 – Performing Arts Tag Day

Mon, Sept. 16– Undergrad Pictures (9th & 10th  - PE; 11th-English)

Tues., Sept. 17 – Undergrad Pictures (9th & 10th  - PE; 11th – English)

Tues., Sept. 17 – PTSA Meeting 7:00pm/Library

Wed., Sept. 18 – Band Fundraiser 5-8/Firehouse Subs

Wed., Sept. 25 – Academic Letter Ceremony (during PLUS)

Sat., Sept. 28 – Unified Sports 9:00am to Noon

Wed., Oct. 2 – Paying for College Night 7:00/Auditorium

Fri., Oct. 4 – Pep Rally during school/Homecoming Parade 4:00

Fri. Oct. 4 – Varsity Football vs Battlefield/Homecoming

Sat., Oct 5 – SAT’s @ CVHS

Sat., Oct 5 – Homecoming Dance @ CVHS

Mon., Oct. 14 – No School for Students; School Planning Day

Wed., Oct. 16 – PSAT’s – 2-Hour Early Closing 12:55pm

Thurs., Oct. 17 – Orchestra Coffee Concert 7:00/Cafeteria

Tues., Oct 22 – Pyramid “Supporting Kids in the Digital World” & PTSA

Wed., - Thurs., Oct. 22, 23 & 24 – SR picture retakes

 

**For dates of sports events please go to https/wearecville.com/. 

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REMINDER - Back-to-School Niight Tomorrow, 9/5/2019

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REMINDER

 

You are cordially invited to

CENTREVILLE HIGH SCHOOL

BACK-TO-SCHOOL NIGHT (BTSN)

Grades 9 through 12

Thursday, September 5, 2019

 

Dear Parents,

Please join us for our annual Back-To-School Night on Thursday, September 5, beginning at 7:00 p.m. in your student’s first period classroom. The evening will begin with televised messages from FCPS School Board Members. This presentation will be followed by an opportunity for you to visit each of your child’s classes according to the schedule below.

Please use this form to write in your child’s first period teacher and room location. This information will help you get to the class by 7:00 p.m. A printed class schedule will be provided to you in the first period class which will guide you to your child’s classes for the remainder of the evening.

Student guides will be located in the hallways to assist you in getting to class on time.

We look forward to seeing you on Thursday evening.

 

BACK-TO-SCHOOL NIGHT SCHEDULE

 

First Period Teacher _____________________ Room Number _________

 

Period

Time

1

7:00 – 7:15

2

7:20 - 7:30

3

7:35 – 7:45

4

7:50 - 8:00

5

8:05 – 8:15

6

8:20 – 8:30

7

8:35 – 8:45

 

** If your son or daughter has classes at Chantilly Academy or Fairfax Academy, please report to the Library during those class periods.

 

** The school counselors will be hosting a parent meeting for seniors in the auditorium at 6:00 p.m. in the Auditorium to discuss post-secondary planning and the college application process.

 

** Beginning at 6:30, PTSA, Booster Groups, Community Groups and Activities Office information will be available in the Atrium for interested parents.

 

** Parents will also have an opportunity to pay class dues in the Atrium.

 

Family Life Education Materials will be available for review in the library. Parents can access all materials through their blackboard account.

 

** SIS/ParentVue support will be available in the Library from 6:00 to 6:45 pm.

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Back to School Night, Thursday, 9/5/2019

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You are cordially invited to

CENTREVILLE HIGH SCHOOL

BACK-TO-SCHOOL NIGHT (BTSN)

Grades 9 through 12

Thursday, September 5, 2019

 

Dear Parents,

Please join us for our annual Back-To-School Night on Thursday, September 5, beginning at 7:00 p.m. in your student’s first period classroom. The evening will begin with televised messages from FCPS School Board Members. This presentation will be followed by an opportunity for you to visit each of your child’s classes according to the schedule below.

Please use this form to write in your child’s first period teacher and room location. This information will help you get to the class by 7:00 p.m. A printed class schedule will be provided to you in the first period class which will guide you to your child’s classes for the remainder of the evening.

Student guides will be located in the hallways to assist you in getting to class on time.

We look forward to seeing you on Thursday evening.

 

BACK-TO-SCHOOL NIGHT SCHEDULE

 

First Period Teacher _____________________ Room Number _________

 

Period

Time

1

7:00 – 7:15

2

7:20 - 7:30

3

7:35 – 7:45

4

7:50 - 8:00

5

8:05 – 8:15

6

8:20 – 8:30

7

8:35 – 8:45

 

** If your son or daughter has classes at Chantilly Academy or Fairfax Academy, please report to the Library during those class periods.

 

** The school counselors will be hosting a parent meeting for seniors in the auditorium at 6:00 p.m. in the Auditorium to discuss post-secondary planning and the college application process.

 

** Beginning at 6:30, PTSA, Booster Groups, Community Groups and Activities Office information will be available in the Atrium for interested parents.

 

** Parents will also have an opportunity to pay class dues in the Atrium.

 

Family Life Education Materials will be available for review in the library. Parents can access all materials through their blackboard account.

 

** SIS/ParentVue support will be available in the Library from 6:00 to 6:45 pm.

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Wildcat Welcome information

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Due to the heat and unpredictable weather in the forecast, we have decided to move the Wildcat Welcome indoors. All activities, clubs, and booster tables will be inside along the atrium on the 1st floor.

 

Locations are as follows:

WILDCAT WELCOME

2019-2020

 

Activities and Dues

Cafeteria

PE Uniforms

Class Dues

Cafeteria Manager (lunch $)

Band & cheer performance

 

1st Floor atrium

Clubs/Activities info and items

 

Schedules and Forms

2nd Floor hallways

Hall 2C       Fr -Led

Hall 2A       Lee – Rig

 

3rd Floor hallways

Hall 3C       A -Dev

Hall 3B       Rih – Z

Hall 3A       Dew – Fo ESOL/CAT B

 

 

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New Assistant Principal

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New Assistant Principal

We are excited to announce that Ms. Sarah Lutes has been selected as our newest assistant principal!  As an educator and instructional leader, Ms. Lutes brings a variety of knowledge and experience. She is coming to us from the FCPS Interagency Schools where she has been serving as an assistant administrator and School Based Technology Specialist (SBTS).  Ms. Lutes was also an SBTS at South County Secondary School and served as part of the Instructional Technology Integration team in the FCPS Instructional Services Department.  She began her teaching career as an English teacher in Georgia and eventually made her way to FCPS where she continued teaching at Thoreau Middle School.  She earned her undergraduate degree from Emory University and graduate degrees from Oglethorpe University and George Washington University.  We are excited to have her join the team.  Please join us in welcoming Ms. Sarah Lutes to the Wildcat Family! 

As a reminder, below are the new sub-school assignments:

2019-20 Sub-school assignments

Sub-school

Alpha Range

Sub-school Assistant Principal

Counselors

Alpha caseload by last name

1

Blue Ridge

3rd Floor

A – Dev

Mike Burch

Allison Warren – A-Bul

Anne-Marie Chace – Bum-Dev

2

Shenandoah

3rd Floor

Dew – Fo

 

Mike Parker

 

Donna Thompson – Dew-Fo & Cat B

Diana DeJesus-Brent - ESOL

3

Commonwealth

2nd Floor

Fr - Led

Alexis Wenzel

 

Dana Doss – Fr-Joh

Jean No – Joi-Led

4

Chesapeake

2nd Floor

Lee - Rig

Drew Campbell

 

Sinitra Harvey – Lee-M

Kate Foussekis – N-Rig

5

Dominion

3rd Floor

Rih - Z

Sarah Lutes

 

Nancy Schneider – Rih-Sur

Autumn Koo – Sut-Z

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Additional Laptop Distribution Dates

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FCPSOn Laptop Distribution

Please see the additional dates below that have been added to pick up your student laptop:

 

Extended FCPSOn Laptop Distribution Dates/Times

Tuesday, August 20, 2019 from  11:45am – 2pm (CVHS Library)

Wednesday, August 21, 2019 from 11am – 3 pm (CVHS Library)

Thursday, August 22, 2019 from 11am – 2pm (CVHS Library)

Students are encouraged to pick up their laptop before the start of school.

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