CHS offers many venues for parents and patrons to check out what is happening at school. Along with this website, a monthly newsletter and school calendar is available on the web. We invite and welcome you to our events.
January 13: End of Semester
January 16: Non-contract Day
January 27: Building Inservice
It's that time again! The Campus High School Dance Team would like to invite any student (Preschool-5th grade) to participate in our annual PETITE POMS CLINIC! The 2-day clinic will give your child the opportunity to learn a cute dance routine, to have fun with the Campus Dance Team, and to perform at a Campus High School varsity basketball game. If you have questions, please contact Jackie Solis at 554-2236 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
CHS offers a Summer Driver's Education Program for students who are at least 14 years of age on or before the beginning of class. There will be two summer sessions offered:
Session 1: May 30 - June 23
Session 2: June 26 - July 26
CHS is hosting a College and Career Fair on February 13 from 5:00 - 8:00 PM in Gym #2. The fair will be held in conjunction with enrollment conferences. There is no charge to attend the event. We invite all students and parents to attend.
The CHS Booster Club, on behalf of our Corporate Members, presented a check for the amount of $550 to the Haysville Chamber of Commerce Scholarship Program.
Campus graduates visited junior and senior classrooms to provide information and answer questions about lIfe in college.
Campus High School News, Channel 060 aired its first broadcast. This show is produced by the students in Mr. Garner's Broadcasting class. goo.gl/glVkYK Follow this link to youtube to see all the episodes.
Campus High School's Business Department and Valley State Bank have formed a partnership that will increase student financial literacy and provide hands-on training in the new branch bank that opened in August in the CHS Commons. Students will be fully-trained bank interns. The branch at CHS has a walk-up window, an ATM, a night deposit drop box and a reception area for more involved activities like starting a checking account. New account holders will learn how to manage a checking account and staff will be at the branch to answer any questions. The CHS branch is managed by Susan Holmes.
The Safety and Environment Committee is pleased to announce November's outstanding individuals:
Student of the Month: Avary Finch, Senior
Teacher of the Month: Jennifer Winter, Social Studies Dept.
Staff Member of the Month: Jackie Solis, Principal's Secretary
They will receive a free drink from Stompin Grounds Coffee Co.
Jade was selected to represent Campus as this years High School Heisman finalist. Jade is pictured with Billy Sims, 1978 Heisman Award winner from the University of Oklahoma. Jade was recognized at a banquet with other finalist from across the region on November 1st.
Campus High School is pleased to announce Hannah Davis has been selected to represent Campus High School as the Hugh O’Brien Ambassador for the 2016-2017 school year. Hannah was selected by a committee to attend one of 70 leadership seminars throughout the United States; last year HOBY programs took place in Canada, China, South Korea, Mexico, Philippines’, Taiwan and the United Kingdom. Over 9000 outstanding sophomores participated in seminars last year designed to provide networking and leadership skill development that focuses on the importance of community service. Hannah will attend a seminar in summer of 2017 at Kansas State University, since 1958, more than 380,000 students have been selected to be HOBY Ambassadors. Hannah is the Daughter of Lavonne and Casey Garner of Peck, Ks.
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The Campus High School Yearbook is on sale now for $50.
Yearbooks can be purchased through the enrollment program, in the school office or through Jostens' website. The price will increase throughout the school year, so purchase your book soon.
On the Josten's site, students have the option to purchase personalization for $6.00 during the "Back to School" time frame (up to September 2), then they can choose to have 4 icons on the cover for no charge. See Flyer...
Kansas regulations require that we provide all parents with notice of policies regarding Emergency Safety Interventions ("ESI''). The State of Kansas policy is available on our website and in our student handbooks. In addition, we will provide a copy of the policy at any time upon request.