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  • Remind

    Get school-wide reminders! Text "@ccscards1" to 81010 or follow the link...

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Announcements

  • Welcome to CHS!

    Instructional Hours (M/T/Th/F): 7:40 AM-2:40 PM

    Early Release Wednesdays: 7:40 AM-1:25 PM

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  • 2022-23 Class Schedules

    Class schedules will be available in Skyward Family Access beginning on August 8. Please be aware that the counselors may need to continue to adjust schedules in order to balance our classes between now and the start of the school year. If a student has a question about their fall schedule, they must contact their counselor between August 9-15 to make any change requests. The guidance office will be open from 8:30 AM-3 PM weekdays starting August 9th. You may also send an email to your child’s guidance counselor (Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Krzyzanski, or Ms. Youssef) to request a change or call them at 517-279-5932. Please be aware that we do not change a student’s schedule to simply change a particular hour of a certain class unless it is needed to balance our classes.

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  • CHS Open House

    The CHS Open House is scheduled for Wednesday, August 17th from 5-6:30 PM. The Open House is a time for parents and students to come find their classrooms, visit their teachers, and try out their lockers. Students and parents will be able to access the 2022-23 student schedules through Skyward, and a hard copy will be available if needed in the Auxiliary Gym at CHS that evening. Maps of the school will also be available in the main lobby as well as a table to speak with Chartwells Food Service and the Transportation Department if needed.

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  • On The First Day...

    The first day of school this year is Monday, August 22nd. This year, we are making a change to our first day schedule in order to help create a fantastic start for our incoming freshmen students. On the first day of school:

    • Only 9th Grade students should arrive for school to begin at 7:40 AM. 9th Grade students should report to the cafeteria.
    • Any CHS student who must ride a bus to and from school will need to get on their buses at their normal pick-up time and then report to the big gym when they arrive.
    • All other 10th-12th Grade students will begin their first day of school at 9:40 AM.
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  • School Supply Lists

    The listing below is a general suggestion for the supplies and materials that students should have in order to be prepared for the classes they are taking at CHS, regardless of the grade level they are in. In some curricular areas, specific classes (bold) may have an additional listing.

    If a binder, folder, or notebook is listed, the student will want those materials for that particular class. That means that a student may need to have one for each class listed. Also, please notice that the calculators needed for math classes are the same ones used in the science classes.


    English, Spanish, or ESL

    • Binder (at least 1.5-inch hardcover) with pockets
    • Spiral Notebook (1 or 2 subject)
    • Writing Utensils (pencil, blue or black pens)
    • Highlighters are suggested
    • Post-It-Notes are suggested

    History

    • Binder (at least 1.5-inch hardcover – World History needs at least a 2-inch binder) with pockets
    • Writing Utensils (pencil, blue or black pens)
    • Highlighters are suggested

    Mathematics

    • Binder (at least 1.5-inch hardcover) with pockets
    • Pencils
    • Algebra and Geometry Calculator – Preferred Model is TI-30X IIS
    • Algebra 2 and Higher​ Calculator (helpful but not required) – Preferred Model is: TI-83 Plus or TI-84 Plus

    Science

    • Binder (at least 1.5-inch hardcover) with pockets
    • Writing Utensils (pencil, blue or black pens)
    • Anatomy also needs a set of at least 8-count colored pencils
    • Physical Science Calculator (10th grade) Preferred Model is: TI-30X IIS (same as math classes)
    • Honors Chemistry/Physics Calculator Preferred Model is TI-30X IIS (same as math classes)
    • AP Chemistry/AP Physics​ Calculator Preferred Model is TI-83 Plus or TI-84 Plus (same as advanced math classes)

    Physical Education

    • Gym Clothes (indoor tennis shoes, shorts, T-shirt, sweatshirt, sweatpants…)
    • Aquatics – School Appropriate bathing suit required (male-shorts and females-one piece)

    Music

    • Folder with Pockets
    • Pencils

    Art

    • Needed Supplies and materials are made available to the students in the classroom
    • Some additional supplies may be needed depending on students’ art level and chosen projects
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Welcome!

  • Over the years, there has been a tradition of excellence at CHS in academics, athletics, music, clubs, and all other aspects of student life. It is now your turn to take advantage of these opportunities, become engaged in your learning, and challenge yourself to succeed. Students who participate in school related extra-curricular activities are more likely to be successful than those who do not. Students who choose to come to school regularly, fulfill class requirements, behave responsibly, and participate in class will also perform better academically.

    Along with challenging yourself to develop your academic, artistic, and athletic skills, aptitudes, and abilities, we also challenge every member of the Coldwater High School community to treat each other with respect and dignity every day. Building supportive and respectful relationships with one another is an important part of creating a safe, secure, and enjoyable school environment.

    We all at CHS are looking forward to helping you challenge yourself and watching you reach your goals. If you encounter difficulties, seek out the help of any adult in the building and we will help you. We welcome the opportunity to help you prepare for your future as you proceed through your high school career.

    With "Cardinal" pride,
    Mr. Bill Milnes, Principal
    Mrs. Krista Searls, Assistant Principal

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