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Chatfield High School Daily Announcements

Thursday, May 28
Day: 163
Middle School: Day: 2

 

“Do your little bit of good where you are; it’s those little bits of good put all together that overwhelm the world.”-Desmond Tutu

 

Middle School Announcements (7-8):

8th Grade Students and Digital Design Art Students: You must return your iPad chargers or pay $20 when you return your iPad.

 

Locker Clean Out
Students in grades 7 and 8 will be coming in to clean out their school lockers May 26, 27 and 28.  Bring your iPad and Charger to be checked over and returned.

Instructions:

•    Come in during your assigned time slot.

•    Enter only through the main entrance doors

•    Bring your own bags for your items in your locker.

•    Bring your iPad, Charger, textbooks and any other school items that need to be returned.

*  Return ALL library books/items.

(Note: To reduce the amount of time in the building students will be sorting and recycling their items at home and it is recommended that students wear masks while in the building.)

The schedule is as follows:

Aarhus – Briggs

Tuesday, May 26

8 – 11 AM

Brogan – Drogemuller

Tuesday, May 26

12 – 3 PM

Eickhoff – Irish

Wednesday, May 27

8 – 11 AM

Johnson – Mcgill

Wedneday, May 27

12 – 3 PM

Mcmahon – Schild

Thursday, May 28

8 – 11 AM

Schlink – Worden

Thursday, May 28

12 – 3 PM

 

Past and present 7th and 8th grade art students: All of your artwork that was in your cubby (with your name) and/or saved for the art show has been bagged, labeled, and set out for your to take home when you clean your locker out. Please be sure to pick up your bag of stuff during that time period and bring it home with you.

*all artwork is arranged in alphabetical order by last name on the tables across from the district office.

 

Senior High Announcements (9-12):

Attention Seniors: Your drive by return and packet pick up is scheduled for Thursday, May 28 from 11:45 AM to 12:15 PM. Please enter from Burr Oak street.  You need to return all school devices, textbooks, equipment, uniforms, and ALL Library books and any final payments like lunch money at this time.  You will also be picking up your awards, honor cords, high honor medals, health immunization information, graduation line up map, and transcript information packets, you will also have an opportunity to ring the bell.  All COVID-19 guidelines will be followed during this process.  We recommend that you wear a mask and disposable gloves.

Attention 9th – 11th Students: Your drive by return and packet pick up is scheduled for Thursday, May 28 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM. Please enter from Burr Oak street. You need to return all school devices, textbooks, equipment, uniforms and ALL Library books.  

Please note: in case of rain the we will use the senior high lunchroom. Enter the building through Door 2 and exit through Door 2B.  

Facemasks recommended when entering the building.

 

Digital Design Art Students: You must return your iPad chargers or pay $20 when you return your iPad.

 

Are you looking for the ultimate resume and college application builder? If so, we have an opportunity for you to hone your mentoring skills, obtain valuable leadership traits, and gain intellectual property knowledge. Camp Invention is looking for Leadership Interns!

 Leadership Interns will receive formalized, online leadership training from a professional coaching and training organization, mentor and inspire Camp Invention Leaders-in-Training and campers, earn up to 40 volunteer hours, receive a letter of recognition from the United States Patent and Trademark Office and more! Space is limited so register for your spot today! For additional information on this opportunity, please contact Kaitlin Dunlay at kdunlay@chatfieldschools.com

 

Drivers Education is scheduled for July 6th-17th .   It will be held at the high school forum room.   Go to www.enhanceddrivinginstitute.com to register.

 

Counselor News:

Due to COVID-19, almost 44% of students worry about their ability to enroll or stay enrolled in college. This astonishing statistic is due to the uncertainty that comes with campus closures, high levels of nationwide unemployment, and the unknown of when coronavirus will truly blow over and life will return to normalcy. 

Our team at TheBestSchools.org wanted to reach out and share our $1000 scholarship that is offered to online student applicants biannually. We believe that by sharing this resource with students that look to you for reliable information, we will be able to help alleviate some of the stress that future college students may be feeling about their future ability to attend university. 

Scholarship Application Page:
https://thebestschools.org/the-best-schools-online-college-scholarships/

 

      JUNIORS!!

ANYONE INTERESTED IN SMSU 

         Students can officially begin applying for fall 2021 on June 1st!

·         The week of June 22-26 is Minnesota State Week, and we’ll be hosting academic-specific virtual visits for students during that week. These visits are approximately 2 hours in time (with small breaks) and allow students to learn about SMSU Admission, meet with faculty from their academic areas of interest, and talk with current SMSU students. This is a great opportunity for 2020, 2021, and even 2022 graduates to explore college and academic options.

·         To further celebrate Minnesota State Week, we are waiving the application fee for all high school juniors applying for fall 2021, high school seniors/graduates applying for fall 2020, and transfer students starting any time in the next academic year (fall 2020, spring 2021, summer 2021, fall 2021). When doing the online application, students can enter the promo code DISCOVER to have the $20 application fee waived from June 1st through June 30th.

·         Our current plan for the fall semester is to return to campus with modifications to be made per the CDC and MDH guidelines: SMSU Letter to Students.

·         We will continue to be test optional this fall, and our scholarships will still be based on GPA or ACT/SAT, whichever is better for the student.

GO GOPHERS!