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    Freshman Orientation is Friday morning, August 17

    Freshman orientation is Friday 8/17. Buses will pick students up at their regular stop and time. Breakfast will be served from 7:30am-8:00am. The program will begin at 8:15am in the auditorium. Students will learn about what it means to be a Cougar! They will get update their password, check their schedule, and find classrooms. We conclude with a pep assembly in the gym. The program will conclude at 10:45am. Buses will then take students home. Lunch is not provided. Parents are welcome.
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    CHS Registration

    You can still register online through Skyward. If you need computer access or to pay fees, the office will be open this week for assistance. If your student did not get their ID picture taken we will have pictures on August 21st. If students did not get a locker, we will be issuing them the first day of school. Schedules are available on Skyward. Use the Google form for changes-it was emailed to students. Be sure to check regularly for your changes if you’ve made a request.
  • CHS Open House on August 27 Thumbnail Image

    CHS Open House on August 27

    Save the date: CHS Open House is Monday August 27th, 6pm-8pm. Come meet your student’s teachers. Begins in the auditorium at 6pm with an opening session with the principal.
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    School Supplies

    CHS students should come to school prepared with pencils and pens along with lined paper for note taking. Note paper could be spiral bound or loose leaf. All other supplies will either be supplied by the school or students will be informed by teachers during the first days of school. Some classes require specific supplies such as a type of calculator. Students may bring items in a backpack however backpacks cannot be carried in the lunch room, during passing periods, or in class. Lockers are available for free.
  • Who is my counselor? Thumbnail Image

    Who is my counselor?

    Leah Morono - Grade 12 Brooke Winston - Grades 10 & 11 Patrick Precht - 9th grade
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    New Bell Schedule

    CHS has a new bell schedule for the 2018-2019 school year. 1st bell rings at 7:45 a.m. and 1st hour (tardy bell) begins at 7:50 a.m. The change allows us to have more time during 4th hour for students to go to lockers and have announcements as well has getting out earlier so students have more time at the end of the day to get to lockers and busses.
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    Dress Code update

    The Dress Code Policy has been updated. Please make sure you are familiar with it. Thanks!
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Athletes of the week, Spring & Summer 2018 
Congratulations to our spring athletes of the year. We appreciate your example of hard work and dedication!
 
 
 
April 2018 Students of the Month
Caldwell High School would like to honor the following students for their efforts both in the classroom and school community. They have been selected to represent CHS as the January Students of the Month. Congratulations!
 
Esmeralda Barbosa
Ader Ramirez Velasquez
Luis Estrada Sotelo
Kyle Wilcox
Faith Alaniz
Justin Schaut
Amy Cowling
Jon Coffelt
 
 
 
March 2018 Students of the Month
Caldwell High School would like to honor the following students for their efforts both in the classroom and school community. They have been selected to represent CHS as the January Students of the Month. Congratulations!
 
Ismael Herrera
Kinley Schleicher
Albert (JJ) Holmes
Sage Smith
Star Campos
Bernadette Mohun
Jesse Hamilton
Justan Simonis
Ileana Ontiveros
 
 
 
We want to encourage all students to "say" something if they "see" something. The link below will allow students to file an incident report if they see or encounter things like bullying, threats, etc.'
 
 
 
 
February 2018 Students of the Month
Caldwell High School would like to honor the following students for their efforts both in the classroom and school community. They have been selected to represent CHS as the January Students of the Month. Congratulations!
 
Hannah Hunsperger
Mia Urrutia
Hailey Gardner
Carmen Ramos
Austin Zeff
Xiana Campos
Leah Torres
Kasandra Thomas
Cameron Doyle 
 
 
 
January 2018 Students of the Month
Caldwell High School would like to honor the following students for their efforts both in the classroom and school community. They have been selected to represent CHS as the January Students of the Month. Congratulations!
 
Jovanni Villa
Leslie Castrejon
Jorge Zazueta
Courtney Crawford
Daisy Estrada Garza
Madison Palmer
Angel Soto
Antonio Larios
Rozlyn Hilton
 
 
December 2017 Students of the Month
Caldwell High School would like to honor the following students for their efforts both in the classroom and school community. They have been selected to represent CHS as the December Students of the Month. Congratulations!
 
Gavin Finnell
Myah Vance
Justice Williams
Lydia Beardsley
Ingrid Garcia
Katie Webster 
Leticia “Letty” Alatorre
Giselle Pedraza
 
 
 
 
CHS Wrestling Team Competes well in Rollie Lane Tournament
Congratulations to Christian (Champ), Travis (Runner Up), and Zack Ramos (5th) for their finishes at Rollie Lane. The team finished 10th out of 59. Good Job Men. Check out the Wrestling Facebook page to see more pics
 
 
 
 
November 2017 Students of the Month
Caldwell High School would like to honor the following students for their efforts both in the classroom and school community. They have been selected to represent CHS as the November Students of the Month. Congratulations!
 
English Language Arts -  Dakota Walls 
World Languages -
Professional Technical Education -
Math - Yamieth Escobedo & Ivan Escobedo
Health-Fitness - Katrina Vallejo  
Science - Alejandro (Alex) Hernandez
Social Studies - Ilijah Velasquez
Visual and Performing Arts - Leah Torres 
Special Education - Lizbet Lopez
 
 
 
 October 2017 Students of the Month
 Caldwell High School would like to honor the following students for their efforts both in the classroom and school community. They have been selected to represent  CHS as the September Students of the Month  - Congratulations!
 
English Language Arts-  Erin Dehority
World Languages - Tyler Gaona
Career and Technical Education - Emily A Hernandez
Math - Ruby Vansell
Health-Fitness -  Bryson Gowers
Science -  Jade Martinez
Social Studies - Alexis Maxwell
Visual and Performing Arts - Maryann Bichlmeier
 
 
 
Engineering & Robotics News
Caldwell High School students recently participated in an amateur radio contest called the ARRL School Club Roundup.  Approximately 15 students from the CHS Engineering and Robotics classes spent their afternoons and evenings making radio contact with other stations from across the continent.
 
 
 
 
September 2017 Students of the Month
Caldwell High School would like to honor the following students for their efforts both in the classroom and school community. They have been selected to represent  CHS as the September Students of the Month  - Congratulations!
 
English Language Arts -   Pedro Santana Parra
World Languages - Eliseo Ovalle (not pictured)
Career and Technical Education  - Nate Farris
Math - Jorge Pena
Health and Fitness - Cristina Benites
Science - Angel Godinez
Social Studies - Hannah Jacobson
Visual and Performing Arts-  Avery Hawkins
Special Education – John Bynum
 
 
 
 
 
What is DECA? (video)
 
Please consider joining DECA. Come to a meeting on Thursday after school in room 136 to learn more about DECA
Also, Buy a coupon book to support our DECA club this year. Our national competition is in Atlanta, Georgia, so we need all the help we can get. Click Here to buy a coupon book
 
Visit the DECA page on our school webiste 
 
 
 
 
 
Trio students have unique opportunity to meet with Senator Crapo and Mayor Nancolas
Senator Crapo met with Caldwell High School TRiO Upward Bound students and Caldwell Mayor Garret Nancolas in August. Senator Crapo said, "Each of these exceptional students will have a unique opportunity to experience college courses even before they leave high school. They are already leaders in their school and making great strides in the pursuit of post secondary education. I look forward to the positive impact they will have on their communities and on their future successes."
 
 
 
 
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