ANNOUNCEMENTS



Reading Quote for Today:
"There is ample evidence that one of the major differences between poor and good readers is the difference in the quantity of total time they spend reading."
                               -- National Reading Panel 2000

ALL END-OF-YEAR FINES LISTS ARE DUE TO THE ATTENDANCE OFFICE BY MAY 17!!!!  STUDENTS WHO ARE NOT CLEARED WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO ATTEND FINAL ACTIVITIES!!!  
Attn: 
Athletics, Band, Choir, Cafeteria, LRC, Textbooks, Nurse, Classrooms, ALL!!!


THURSDAY, APRIL 27
   STAAR Remediation
   2nd Period -- Field Day Tee-shirt Orders/Payments Due
   5:30-7:30 P.M. -- Gym Reserved


FRIDAY, APRIL 28
   STAAR Remediation
   2nd Period -- Report Card Signatures Due Office with Un-returned Forms
   7th Grade UIL Participants, Bowling
   4:00-5:30 P.M. -- Track & Field, Special Olympics Practice


SATURDAY, APRIL 29

   Band Music Festival


SUNDAY, APRIL 30

   1:00-6:00 P.M. -- Senior Show Rehearsals, CJHS Auditorium


MONDAY, MAY 1 -- HAPPY TEACHER APPRECIATION WEEK!
   
Staff:  Donuts
   STAAR Remediation
   3:30 P.M. -- Spring Play Rehearsals, Auditorium


TUESDAY, MAY 2 -- HAPPY TEACHER APPRECIATION WEEK!
   Staff:  Ice Cold Soda Pops, #206
   Algebra E.O.C., #312 & #307
   STAAR Remediation
   10:00 A.M. -- Century Club -- LRC, Rotunda, Foyer, Flag Pole
   5:30 P.M. -- Gym Reserved
   6:00 P.M. -- 8th Grade Parents & Coach Alice Claiborne, Auditorium


WEDNESDAY, MAY 3 -- HAPPY TEACHER APPRECIATION WEEK!
   STAAR Remediation
   Regular Lunch Periods -- Staff:  Sloppy Joe Sandwiches, #206
   4:00-5:30 P.M. -- Cheerleaders, Gym


THURSDAY, MAY 4 -- HAPPY TEACHER APPRECIATION WEEK!

   7:30-7:45 A.M. -- Staff Breakfast Provided by Longview Regional Medical Center
   STAAR Remediation
   3:30 P.M. -- Spring Play Rehearsals, Auditorium
   5:30-7:30 P.M. -- Gym Reserved


FRIDAY, MAY 5 -- HAPPY TEACHER APPRECIATION WEEK!

   Staff:  Happy May Birthdays Cake, #206
   All Day -- Special Field Day, Stadium
   STAAR Remediation
   3:30 P.M. -- Spring Play Rehearsals, Auditorium


SATURDAY, MAY 6

   2:00 P.M. -- "Carnival for the Cure" Relay for Life, Martin Stadium


SUNDAY, MAY 7

   1:00-6:00 P.M. -- Senior Show Rehearsals, Auditorium


MONDAY, MAY 8

   Duties Change
   *** STAAR *** -- 7th GRADE MATH; 8TH GRADE MATH RE-TEST


TUESDAY, MAY 9

   *** STAAR *** -- 7th GRADE READING; 8TH GRADE READING RE-TEST
   5:30-7:30 P.M. -- Gym Reserved


WEDNESDAY, MAY 10

   *** STAAR *** -- 8th GRADE SCIENCE
   4:00-5:30 P.M. -- Cheerleaders, Gym


THURSDAY, MAY 11

   *** STAAR *** -- 8th GRADE SOCIAL STUDIES
   5:30-7:30 P.M. -- Gym Reserved


FRIDAY, MAY 12

   Carthage Primary Field Day, Martin Stadium


SATURDAY, MAY 13

   Band Solo/Ensemble Contest, CHS


SUNDAY, MAY 14 -- HAPPY MOTHERS' DAY!


MONDAY, MAY 15

   FINAL EXAMS -- Regular Bell Schedule
   E-O-Y TALA
   3:30 P.M. -- Spring Play Rehearsals, Auditorium


TUESDAY, MAY 16

   FINAL EXAMS -- Regular Bell Schedule
   E-O-Y TALA
   3:30 P.M. -- Spring Play Rehearsals, Auditorium
   5:30-7:30 P.M. -- Gym Reserved
   6:30 P.M. -- Choirs Concert, CHS


WEDNESDAY, MAY 17

   FINAL EXAMS Make-ups
   E-O-Y TALA
   ALL Final Fines Lists Due to Attendance Office
   Last Day to AR Test
   Robotics Competition, Region VII
   4:-5:30 P.M. -- Cheerleaders, Gym


THURSDAY, MAY 18
   E-O-Y TALA
   8:00 A.M. -- Grades Due to Post
   2:30 P.M. -- Girls & Boys Athletic Physicals, CHS ($20)
   3:30 P.M. -- Spring Play Rehearsals
   5:30-7:30 P.M. -- Gym Reserved


FRIDAY, MAY 19

   Bell Schedule #2
   E-O-Y TALA
   8:00 A.M. -- Verifications Due
   9:13 A.M. -- Assembly:  Spring Play, Auditorium


SATURDAY, MAY 20

   8:00 A.M.-8:00 P.M. -- Gyms Reserved


MONDAY, MAY 22

   Additional Duties In Effect
   8th Grade (1/2) -- SFASU Field Trip


TUESDAY, MAY 23

   Libby End of Year Celebration, Martin Stadium
   2nd Period -- Locker Cleanout -- There will be tables in the rotunda for students to place any recyclable materials:  notebook paper, folders, etc.
   2nd Period -- Final Report Cards Distributed
   5:30-7:30 P.M. -- Gym Reserved
   6:00 P.M. -- Bands Concert, CHS


WEDNESDAY, MAY 24

   8th Grade (1/2) -- SFASU Field Trip
   4:00-5:30 P.M.  Cheerleaders, Gym


THURSDAY, MAY 25

   Awards Assembly & Slide Show, Auditorium


FRIDAY, MAY 26

   Last Day of Student Instruction
   End of 6th Six-Weeks/2nd Semester
   CJHS Field Day
   8:00 P.M. -- CHS Graduation, CHS


MONDAY, MAY 29

   Memorial Day Holiday


TUESDAY, MAY 30

   8:00 A.M. -- Staff Work Day


WEDNESDAY, MAY 31

   8:00 A.M. -- Staff Work Day
   1:00-3:00 P.M. -- 2nd-5th Grade Girls Volleyball Camp, Gym
   4:00-5:30 P.M. -- Cheerleaders, Gym


THURSDAY, JUNE 1

   Possible Bad Weather Makeup Day (no students)
   1:00-3:00 P.M. -- 2nd-5th Grade Girls Volleyball Camp, Gym


FRIDAY, JUNE 2

    Possible Bad Weather Makeup Day (no students)
   1:00-3:00 P.M. -- 2nd-5th Grade Girls Volleyball Camp, Gym


MONDAY, JUNE 5-THURSDAY, JUNE 29

   Summer School



STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS 2016-17

President - Caroline Baldree
Vice President - Lanie Hudman
Secreatry - Jose Caballero
Treasurer - Avery Malone
Historian - Kennedy Stanley
Advisors -- Ms. Shannon Royce & Ms. Angie Bishop

 

NEW STUDENT ENROLLMENT/REGISTRATION
NEW-TO-DISTRICT STUDENT ENROLLMENT REQUIREMENTS:
 * Parent/legal guardian with whom student resides must accompany student and show State-issued picture ID, i.e. driver's license.  If student lives with someone other than parent/legal guardian with official paperwork, you must also have notarized power of attorney.
 * Specific proof of residence according to District policy (form available)
 * Student's health records
 * Student's social security card
 * Student's birth certificate
 * Student's 2015-16 final or current report card
 * Student's latest standardized test results.

Parents should allow at least one hour  to complete registration procedures.



AESOP:    AUTOMATED FACULTY/STAFF ABSENCE & SUBSTITUTE PLACEMENT MANAGEMENT
To record your absence and/or to procure a substitute, interact with AESOP by phone at 1-800-942-3767 or computer on the internet at http://www.frontlinek12.com/aesop or by clicking on the CISD webpage button “For Faculty” in the right hand column.  Your log-in ID is your phone number (the first phone number listed in TxEIS) and your PIN is your 4-digit employee ID number.


CJHS FACULTY/STAFF BLUE JEANS POLICY
Beginning at the start of the school year through the end of our CJHS football season, faculty/staff may wear blue jeans WITH official campus faculty shirts on Thursdays.  After CJHS football season, faculty/staff may wear blue jeans WITH official campus faculty shirts on Fridays.  As a campus fundraiser, faculty/staff may wear blue jeans one other day of the week for only $2.  On any day when jeans are worn to school, jeans must be in good condition with no holes, rips, frays, tears, or patches.  They should not be faded due to long wear and laundering, and they should fit loosely. 

WINDSUIT WEDNESDAYS
On Wednesdays, CJHS faculty and staff are permitted to wear windsuits.  These suits may be any color or design, but must be in good condition with matching pants and jacket.

CJHS FUNDS
Sunshine Fund– $10 per semester or $20 per school year
This is our resource to remember one another with get well/sympathy cards/flowers.  All staff will want to contribute.  Please see Mrs. Rucker in the main office.

Paper Plates, Etc., Fund – $10 per year
This is a separate account.  As the name suggests, we purchase large and small paper plates, napkins, plastic eating utensils, cups, bowls, dish detergent, paper towels, etc., for monthly birthday cakes and our occasional covered dish lunches.  All staff will want to contribute.  Please see Mrs. Rucker.

Coffee Club -- $10 Month
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 for a larger cup of your own.  No thermos, please!  All coffee drinkers will want to contribute.  Please see Mrs. Rucker.

 

DRINKING WATER
Spring water is provided for faculty/staff free of charge from the cooler in the main office.  Please limit your refills to one 16-20 oz. bottle per day so that all can benefit.


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