Welcome to CCHS!
 The school day begins at 7:55 AM and ends at 3:20 PM.

 

* * * * 

WORD OF THE MONTH FEBRUARY:

INTEGRITY--THE QUALITY OF POSSESSING AND STEADFASTLY ADHERING TO HIGH MORAL PRINCIPLES OR PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS.

****

 

Softball tryouts will be February 1-3 from 4-6 PM.  All players must have a physical, physical packet, copy of insurance card, and copy of birth certificate turned in to the Athletic office.

 

 

* * * *

PARENT/TEACHER CONFERENCES

ON FEBRUARY 11

TIME CHANGED TO 1:00 - 3:30 PM 

 

* * * *

 

Valentine’s Day Procedures

Flowers/gifts must be delivered prior to 11 AM in order to meet the deadline to be delivered to students.  Deliveries should be made through side door #2 to room 4113.  No deliveries will be accepted after 11 AM.

  • Sheets with names of students who have flowers will appear on the wall by the cafe area before each lunch.
  • Students must have a picture ID (no temporary IDs without another type of picture ID) to pick up flowers, which can be only be picked up during student’s lunch period.     
  • Only students who have flowers will be allowed room 4113 during lunch time.
  • No passes will be issued to leave or enter class under any circumstances.
  • Flowers with balloons or glass vases are not allowed on school buses.
  • The administration will not be responsible for flowers that are not picked up from room 4113 by 3:45.

 

  

SUMMER READING LIST

AP English Literature and Composition

Writing Prompts for Literary Analysis of One Novel or Play from

Summer Reading List #2

 

Advanced Placement English Literature and Composition

Important Notice: AP English is taught during the second semester.

 

Literary Analysis Planning Guide

 

  


 Report to the People Newsletter

 

Seat Time Dates for Excessive Absences

February 27
March 19
April 30
Seniors only - May 23 - 27


 

Do you have a desire to be involved with business after high school?
Want to travel and compete at the State and National Level?

Click here to join Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) next year

 

School Improvement Council

First Tuesday of Every Month

6 PM in Room 4113

****

PTSO

First Tuesday of Every Month

7 PM in Room 4113 

 

                    

 A Healthier You... 

WASH YOUR HANDS, WASH YOUR HANDS,
WASH YOUR HANDS!

Keeping hands clean through improved hand hygiene is one of the most important steps we can take to avoid getting sick and spreading germs to others.  Many diseases and conditions are spread by not washing hands with soap and clean, running water.  If clean, running water is not accessible, as is common in many parts of the world, use soap and available water.  If soap and water are unavailable, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol to clean hands.

For information on when to wash your hands, how to wash your hands, and what to do when there is no soap and water available, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website. 

 

 Wellness Mission Statement "Encourage best health practices for staff and students at Colleton County High School."

 

ACT 155 Diploma
 Deadline December 15, 2015   

  

KERMIT TREVOR HUDSON MEMORIAL
Celebrate, Be Thankful...Make a difference!
This is your opportunity to honor the memory of Kermit Trevor Hudson and his love of music through the KTHMF Scholarship Fund established as his living legacy to make a difference in the lives of piano, voice, and audiovisual scholarship recipients for years to come.  Donations for this fund can be made at the Fee Window or online at: https://sites.google.com/site/kermittrevorhudsonmemorialfund/ 

          

 

Helpful Websites 

http://www.scfriendlystandards.org

This site provides easy access to families regarding what children should be learning in school each year. These family-friendly standards are organized by grade level and address English Language Arts, Math, Science and Social Studies. The site includes updated content for the Common Core State Standards and is available in English and Spanish. The majority of the content for Common Core on the site was developed by the Council of the Great City Schools.

http://www.cgcs.org/Page/334
Here is a 3-minute video which explains the standards to general audiences as well.
http://www.usatestprep.com/Home

USATestprep is an effective web based technology to improve student test performance. It is available for EOC, SAT and ACT. USATestprep also help with most core content such as ELA, Algebra 1, Algebra 2 etc...
1. Go to www.usatestprep.com
2. Select “Member Login” at the top right corner
3. If your child has never logged in before, create a student profile
            Account ID: colletonsc
            Activation Code: stu3533
4. If your child has logged in before, ask him/her for their login information
            Account ID: colletonsc
5. Login to the site using your student username and password
6. Once logged in, click on the “Getting Started” button on your home page

Useful Links
Staff Email
Cougar New Tech
Parent / Student Connect
PowerTeacher
Renaissance Learning
PowerSchool
Educator Handbook
Destiny
Excent Online
Testing
 
Links for Teachers and Staff
TestView / Enrich
 IT Direct

 Kelly Services

Google Drive Password Reset

Hometown Educational Rewards -- Register Your BONUSCARD® Today!

May 21: Special Olympics

May 21: Senior Exams 1st and 2nd blocks

May 22: Senior Exams 4th and 5th blocks

May 22: Fifth Grade Concert in PAC

May 25: No School Memorial Day

May 28: Chorus Presentation of "Grease" in PAC

May 29: Chorus Presentation of Grease in PAC

June 1: Chorus Presentation of Grease in PAC

June 2: Chicken Dinner Fundraiser for Kermit Memorial Fund

June 1, 2 & 3: Exams for underclassmen

June 4: Half Day for Students (Last Day)

June 5: Practice for Graduation at the Performing Arts Center at 8:30 am

June 6: Graduation at 9 am in Cougar Stadium

June 8: Last day for Teachers!!!