- Dec. 5: Geometry
- Dec. 6: Algebra
- Dec. 7: Reading
- Dec. 8: Science
- Dec. 11: CTE Industry Certifications
- Dec. 12: History
- Dec. 13-21: Expedited retakes
- Dec. 19: Final Exams, periods 1 and 3
- Dec. 20: Final Exams, periods 2 and 4
- Dec. 21: Final Exam make-ups
Students interested in participating in the Ride Along Program with Caroline Fire and Rescue need to see Mrs. Drumheller in the School Counseling Department for an application.
CHS Junior, Lorenzo, is excited to be the first student to participate in the Ride-Along Program with Caroline Fire and Rescue!
The Positive Vibe Café provides hands-on training in food services to individuals with developmental disabilities.
(This fabulous restaurant also has great food!!)
The disAbility Resource Center will present a session Monday-Friday October 23–November 17, 2017 from 2:30-4:30, with three in-house internships to be scheduled upon acceptance into the program. If you would like to recommend a candidate or have questions please call or e-mail Caito Hankinson, Training Program Director at (804) 921-1629 firstname.lastname@example.org. The program lasts four weeks and culminates with a graduation ceremony. Each graduate is prepared for job seeking, interviewing and working in the food service industry.
excerpt from: “The Bright, Bright Future of Electronic Engineering: EE Journal Editors’ Choices for World Maker Faire 2017” by Kevin Morris
(The Electronic Engineering Journal. September 27, 2017) Read the full article.
Ever get booted by sandals? If high-schooler Becky Button walked into a coffee shop where you were using unsecured WiFi, you certainly might have. Becky came to Maker Faire to educate people about security vulnerabilities in older WiFi networks with some literally disruptive fashion.
Working with collaborator Naomi Wu, Button created 3D printed sandals that hold a Feather Huzzah WiFi development board and a battery pack. When she walks up to a network that is using unsecured 802.11 protocols, Button’s sandals launch a deauthentication attack, booting every other user off the network, so she can enjoy the WiFi all to herself – uh, oops, we mean – in order to highlight the security vulnerabilities so network owners will correct them.
How does one get from wanting to make some cool, custom, 3D printed sandals to exploiting unsecured WiFi network protocols? Let’s just say the mind of the brilliant budding engineer is an awesome place. Becky’s energy in explaining her project and her process are infectious. We left her booth wanting to design a black hat that could seek out Bluetooth, or some gloves that could handle… Wait, nevermind. The point, as with most maker projects, is learning. Becky built a thing that allowed her to solve challenging problems while learning new skills and disciplines. Inspired by Chinese maker Naomi Wu, Becky wanted to take a similar journey for herself, with her own creative twist. We think she’ll make an awesome engineer!
Button hopes her sandals will bring attention to the issue and encourage people to learn about network security and protect themselves from known weaknesses.