Thursday, April 24th, 2014

CPHS Daily Announcements

Junior/Senior Prom is Saturday April 26th, 2014
Earle Brown Heritage Center
6:30 – Midnight – No Admittance after 9:30 pm
Tickets are $50 each – CASH Only
The students must be cleared of all fees/fines to purchase a ticket.
Tickets will go on sale April 7th before school, during lunch and after school in House 1
Purchase them early.
LAST day to purchase ticket will be Friday April 11th
No one the age of 21 or older will be allowed to attend Prom.



  ** URGENT** AP TESTING ROOM SUPERVISORS NEEDED
 AP Testing takes place Wed, May 7 – Wed, May 14. Volunteers are needed to be present in testing rooms to monitor test takers and occasionally escort students to restrooms during non-breaks. There are multiple shifts that need to be filled. Please see dates  and times below and contact me with the shift(s) that works for you. Volunteering for multiple shifts/days is always welcome.
 
Wed, May 7: (2) volunteers from 7:45am-12:00pm
Thurs, May 8: (1) volunteer from 7:45am-12:00pm
Fri, May 9: (1) volunteer from 7:45am-12:00pm AND (2) volunteers from 11:45am-4:00pm
Mon, May 12: (1) volunteer from 11:45am-4:00pm
Tues, May 13: (1) volunteer from 7:45am-12:00pm
Wed, May 14: (4) volunteers from 7:45am-12:00pm AND (6) volunteers from 11:45am-4:00pm
 
Thank you for taking the time to consider these opportunities. Your assistance makes a huge impact on our students and staff – we cannot thank you enough.


AP EXAM SCHEDULE  
Week 18:00am 12:00pm
Monday, May 5th  Psychology
Tuesday, May 6th Computer Science                 
Wednesday, May 7th Calc AB & BC 
Thursday, May 8th English Lit 
Friday, May 9th English Lang Statistics
   
Week 2 8:00am 12:00pm
Monday, May 12th  Physics B
Tuesday, May 13th U.S. Govt & Politics 
Wednesday, May 14th U.S. HistoryEuropean History

IB Exams May 2014

Schedule

The IB Examination season is soon upon us.  The students have been working hard for the past two years preparing for these exams.  So, we are proud of the work they have done and we hopeful that this will be a successful testing season for all.  It is important that students carefully make note of the schedule.  It is important that students are on time as we will once again be hosting the exams off campus at Grace Fellowship Church in Brooklyn Park.  Bussing is provided for all transportation to exams.  Because it is a school event, we require students to ride the bus.  Each student will be given a packet of information regarding the details of exams.  However, further information can be found on the Champlin Park High School Web site.

Good Luck to our students!


Questions?  Contact the IB Coordinator, Georgia Larson, 763-221-1023



3rd TRIMESTER PARKING PERMITS ARE NOW ON SALE IN THE CPHS ACTIVITIES OFFICE
Must display valid permit by 1st day of Tri 3 (Tuesday, 3/18)

Tri 3 Permits are $34
No paperwork is necessary if you had a 1st or 2nd Trimester permit.

Forms are available in the activities office or click here to download a form. 

  The form MUST be signed by a parent or guardian. 


Class of 2014 Senior All-Night Party

The 2014 All-Night Senior Party will be held on Sunday, June 8, 2014 at Blainbrook Entertainment Center in Blaine immediately following Commencements. Cost is $90 if paid by 12/20/13.  Admission includes:  Transportation to and from Blainbrook, Food and Beverages, Cyber Bowling, Casino Games and Fun, Souvenir T-shirt, Bingo, Drawings, Prizes and much more!!

Follow on Twitter @cphsseniorparty or visit the Class of 2014 Senior Party website for more information at https://sites.google.com/site/champlinparkseniorparty/

Download the 2014 Senior Party Registration Form or 2014 Senior Party Volunteer Form

Questions contact:  Ann Faulds @ 763-421-6526, email gooselake@visi.com or
Cathy Walker @ 612-803-8029 email cwalker305@msn.com


We will be offering PEER TUTORING on Wednesday mornings in Computer Lab 1 from 7:30-8:00am. Students who may need some extra help with their studies are encouraged to attend. IB and NHS students will be available to work with students. Students need to check in by 7:30am with their work.




These are your PSAT results. For help interpreting your PSAT scores follow the following links. They can also be accessed via our school’s web page>Guidance & Counseling>PSAT.
 
Interpreting Your PSAT Results 
Your Next Steps: Using PSAT/NMSQT Results Student Video
http://www.collegeboard.org/html/demo/  Walks you through the Score Report Plus and My College QuickStart.
   
Understanding Results from the 2013 PSAT/NMSQT
PowerPoint Presentation
http://professionals.collegeboard.com/profdownload/understanding-psat-nmsqt-results-presentation.ppt    Advises you on using the feedback provided in the score report and in My College QuickStart™ to improve your academic skills and plan for college and beyond.  

 


  ACT
  The ACT is now accepted at 100% of the schools nationwide. Seniors should plan to test/retest in October.  Students must register on
  line at www.actstudent.org. All scores must be sent to colleges from ACT, therefore, students should request their scores to be sent at
  the time of registration.  Failure to do so will result in an additional fee and may delay the application review process.  Remember colleges
  will only look at the best score at the time of reviewing the application.  The following is a schedule of test dates and registration
  deadlines for the upcoming year:
  Test Date Registration     Late Registration
  October 26, 2013   September 27, 2013   September 28–October 11, 2013
  December 14, 2013 November 8, 2013   November 9–22, 2013
  February 8, 2014* January 10, 2014   January 11–24, 2014
  April 12, 2014 March 7, 2014   March 8–21, 2014
  June 14, 2014   May 9, 2014   May 10–23, 2014
 
 
  Please Note:  *Champlin Park is a test center for all of the test dates.  However in order to guarantee your student will be assigned here
  you must register early.  Failure to do so could result in being assigned by ACT to a school anywhere from 10-30 miles from CPHS. Also
  students who receive free/reduced lunches should check with the Career Center staff for a Fee Waiver from ACT or SAT.
  *In addition to the Standard ACT the following schools in our area will be requiring the ACT writing component for admission:
  University of Minnesota Twin Cities
  University of Minnesota Morris
  Carleton
  University of Wisconsin Madison
  To check the admission requirements for schools out of the mid west area, please check www.act.org.


School Social Work Services

A school social worker is available M-F during regular school hours to provide students with social and emotional support to promote their academic success.  Services provided are community and school resources/referrals, homeless resources, individual and group counseling, crisis intervention, advocacy, and skills-training.  Please contact Christine Anderson in House II, by phone 763-506-6919, or by email ChristineM.Anderson@anoka.k12.mn.us


The Shelf is an in school resource to help students and families in economic crisis. Located in House 1, The Shelf has food, school supplies, personal hygiene items and some clothing. The hours are before school starts or after school until 3:00 PM. Parents are welcome anytime during the day. If you have further questions, feel free to contact Christine Anderson at 763-506-6919.