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Thursday 2/14: Essential skills workshop and Job Fair at WSU Haysville

Campus High School in conjunction with WSU Haysville and the Workforce Center of South-central Kansas are offering a JOB Fair and work force training at be held at the WSU Haysville Building. Prospective employers, Summer job recruiters will be available to visit with. Also their will be a “Essential Skills Certificate Training” course offered that will help with the job search. You need to sign up in advance for the free workshop so check it out. Click below for more information.

 

Important 2019 - 2020 Enrollment Information

January 28th, 2019
8th Grade Student/Parent Meeting in the Campus Audirorium - 6:30 pm
Perspective IB Student/Parent Meeting in room I04 - 6:30 pm
Enrollment Preview in the CHS Commons - 7:00 pm

CHS teachers will be contacting you to schedule an appointment during conference week to complete the CHS class enrollment for the 2019-2010 school year.

Influenza (Flu)

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has notified the school district that any students or staff members diagnosed with influenza will need to be isolated for 7 days from the time of the onset of symptoms. If your child is diagnosed with the flu, or you are a staff member diagnosed with the flu, please check in with your school nurse to determine when it is appropriate to return to school.

If you would like more information about seasonal influenza, visit the Kansas Department of Health and Environment by clicking HERE!

 

Parent-Teacher Conferences

Attention Driver's Ed Parents and Students

Enrollment for Summer Driver's Education will be held during conferences. It will remain open until both classes are full which is 52 students per class. Students enrolling in 1st session, May 28, 2019 - June 21, 2019, must be at least 14 years of age on or before May 28, 2019, or those enrolling in the 2nd session, June 24, 2019 - July 25, 2019, on or before June 24, 2019.
Students must bring the completed application form at the time of enrollment. You can pick up an application form in the main office at CHS or in the counseling offices at the middle schools. You can also get the form and important information by clicking below. If you have any questions, please e-mail Mr. Larry Bernstorf at lbernst@usd261.com or Mr. Brett Marrs at bmarrs@usd261.com.

 

This year the state of Kansas has agreed to pay for testing for juniors for either one of the two tests given this day, the ACT or WorkKeys. Students testing have already signed up for these tests. We have activities for the freshmen and sophomore classes and the seniors will have an opportunity to either do a college visit or community service to account for them being out of school that day. School will release at 1:00 pm that day and lunch will be served. It is important for the students taking the ACT and Workeys to realize that they will be required to be here for the duration of the test time. Below is a breakdown by class of the day:

Seniors: Will not be at school (unless they are already signed up for a test) but will instead take the day to attend either a Community Service opportunity, Job Shadow, Arm Forces Visit, or College Visit. In order to not be counted as an unexcused absence, they must use the attached form and bring it back on 2/21, completed by wherever they attended. (see the attached form)

Juniors: Will be taking the ACT or WorkKeys test. They have been enrolled for the test. They are required to be here for the duration of the test that they are taking.

Freshmen & Sophomores: Will be participating in a fun and educational Activities Fair. They have been given the option of choosing several activities from which they will rotate in small groups. These activities are wide-ranging and this should be an eventful day for them.

 

FCCLA Award Winners

The Campus High School chapter of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) and over 1,600 FCCLA youth members and adult advisers from across the country gathered in Louisville, KY, November 9-11 for the annual FCCLA National Cluster Meeting (NCM).
These meetings provided FCCLA members with opportunities to compete in career-applicable skill demonstration competitions ranging from interviewing skills and impromptu speaking to technology used in teaching. Youth teams also competed in events that challenged students’ knowledge in personal finance, consumer responsibilities, technology, health and safety, and more.
Campus FCCLA members were involved in several events at the NCM. The FCCLA Knowledge Bowl team competed against 26 other teams from across the nation to secure a national 3rd place ranking. This qualified the Campus team to compete in the National Leadership Conference this summer in Anaheim, California. Several other members participated in the FCCLA Skill Demonstration Events. Kaitlin Martin earned 1st place in the Toys That Teach event, Aaliyah Phongmany earned 2nd place in the Interior Design Challenge, Cameron Herd placed 3rd Place in the Culinary Food Art Event, Elizabeth Baalman earned 4th place in Impromptu Speaking and Brianna Dunn placed 5th in Toys That Teach, Senior Division. Other students who competed in the Skill Demonstration Events included Linh Hong in Culinary Knife Skills, and Ceyanna Shaffer and Aiana Masters in the FCCLA Knowledge Event.
Campus High School also had several members who completed the FCCLA Leadership Academy, an important part of the NCM. The Leadership Academy develops leadership, employability, and 21st century skills. It also gives members the opportunity to be recognized for their personal growth efforts.

Welcome Alumni!

Reunion information will be posted here as it becomes available. If you would like to advertise your reunion information, contact the CHS office at 316-554-2236. If you haven't registered as a CHS alumni, click the button and submit your contact information to be notified of reunion information.

Anyone Can Be A Booster Club Member!

Whether you are a family member, CHS Alumni, teacher, student, or ANY community member, you could help support Campus Colt Athletics! THE CHS ATHLETIC BOOSTER CLUB is a representation of the family and friends that “choose” to support the Campus High School Athletic Department, which includes all athletic teams, either by volunteer work, membership dues, money donations, or donations of goods or services. The club is not limited to a specific sport, nor is it selective in its membership. Anyone having a desire to support CHS Athletics can be a member! If you would like more information, e-mail campusboosterclub@gmail.com. You can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter by clicking below.

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Campus High School has been awarded with the Flippen Group's Capturing Kids' Hearts National Showcase School Award. With this award, the Flippen Group seeks to recognize and celebrate schools that go the extra mile each day, building an environment where students and staff feel safe and connected.

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Sophomore, Junior, and Senior students can earn early release on the last day of the week by showing PRIDE:

Being Here: 5 or fewer absences
Doing Good Work: All grades A's, B's, or C's
Respecting Others: 5 or fewer discipline points

Sophomore, Junior, and Senior students who meet the criteria will be released at 2:04 on the last day of the week. Students who have earned early release will be notified on the first day of each week to allow them to talk with their guardian and arrange for transportation. Students will have a sticker in their planner that indicates whether they met the early release criteria. Students who have earned early release are not required to leave, but are allowed to stay and attend seminar. Please talk with your student and check his or her planner to see if he or she qualifies for early release.

Orders are still being taken for commemorative bricks for the clock tower and paved pathways in the courtyard. Purchase a brick in honor of a graduate, staff member, alumni, or friend. Let's link our history together. Get Order Form Here

Call the school if you are interested in becoming a teacher helper, tutor, field trip monitor, etc. The students need YOU!

Kansas regulations now 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.

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Principal: Mr. David Morford

Student Enrollment: 1566

Grade Levels: 9-12

School Colors: Black and White

Mascot: Colts

Member of the Ark Valley League for Activities

 Block Schedule

Time Black White
7:50-9:12 1 1
9:18-10:42 2 2
10:48-12:49 3 3
12:55-2:17 4 4
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CHS Administrators

Mr. David Morford, Principal
email: dmorford@usd261.com

Bruce Lolling, Assistant Principal
email: blolling@usd261.com

Joe Sailors, Assistant Principal
email: jsailors@usd261.com

Josh Godwin, Athletic Director
email: jgodwin@usd261.com

Chantel Johnson, Assistant Principal
email: chjohnson@usd261.com

CHS Office Personnel

Jackie Solis, Principal's Secretary
email: jsolis@usd261.com

Valerina Miller, Cashier
email: vmiller@usd261.com

Ronda Robinson, Athletic Secretary
email: rrobinson@usd261.com

Debbie Miller, Attendance Secretary
email: dmiller@usd261.com

Karen Alligier
email: kalligier@usd261.com

CHS Counseling Department

Stacy Parks, Freshman Counselor
email: sparks@usd261.com

Todd Hook, Sophomore Counselor
email: thook@usd261.com

Jeff Michael, Junior Counselor
email: jmichael@usd261.com

Walter Zemanick, Senior Counselor
email: wzeman@usd261.com

Mardy Moree, College and Career Counselor
email: mmoree@usd261.com

Barbara Petik, Psychologist
email: bpetik@usd261.com

Al Hoffman , Psychologist
email: ahoffman@usd261.com