CHS Reading List 2019 (Printable Image File)
In addition, here are online resources for high school students:
Free Open eBooks are available to CHS students. Access is on the Open eBooks app using a code/PIN that has already been provided by the CHS library media staff. Students may read as many titles as they wish for free. Students can borrow up to 10 books at a time for 56 days. Once titles are downloaded (on up to 6 student devices), no internet connection is necessary.
Sync Audiobooks for Teens began April 25, 2019. It is a summer program in which students can download two complete audiobooks each week. Downloads use the OverDrive app, and most listening devices are supported. Downloads are only available for a week; however, students can keep the titles once downloaded. Visit Audio Book Sync and text syncYA to 25827 to receive Title Alerts.
Welcome to all CHS rising freshmen! The Freshmen Transition program will provide tips for excelling next school year, allow you to meet members of the staff, and get to know your peers. Please register today for a fun and informative time! We are excited to meet the new members of the Cavalier nation. Go to www.tinyurl.com/CHSFrosh2019 to register.
CAV Camp for Rising 9th Graders: August 2, 7:30 AM-11:30 AM
CHS Open House, Aug. 7, 5:00 PM-8:00 PM
Congratulations to Johnathan Carter, Jackson Grinde, Taylor Simpson, and Zac Crabtree for your achievements. Combined, they earned a total of 39 Entry Level ASE Industry Certifications. This was an over the top, outstanding, record breaking, great job.
WOKE, the short film written, performed and editied by the CHS VHSL Film Festival Crew, received 2nd place in the Commercial/PSA category. Well done, crew!
Kimberly Kelly- Sponsor
Isaiah Parker- Director
Navaeh McCune Echezona