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Wednesday, August 31 - 90 minute early dismissal!
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    Lil' Charger Drill Team Clinic

    CHS Jr Drill Team Clinic:
     
    August 31, 2016 2:00 pm - 5:45 pm
     
    Age Group:  K-2 @ Columbus, 3-5 @ Van Allen
     
    $15.00 includes t-shirt, clinic dance instruction, after school snacks, admission into the 9/2/16 game
     
    To enroll go to:  
     
    Drill Team Performance
    September 2, 2016 at half time of the football game

     

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  • Hall of Fame Nominations

    Fall is the time to remind people to consider possible nominations for the Chariton Hall of Fame.  Nominations for the Hall of Fame MUST BE IN WRITING BY A NON FAMILY MEMBER. To be considered for this honor the following information MUST be included with the nomination:  the athlete’s name, address and phone number, year of graduation from Chariton High School (those who have not been out a minimum of five years will not be considered), information that shows his/her athletic performance in HIGH SCHOOL was outstanding, and the nominator’s name, address and phone number. 

    Most of the athletes chosen for the Hall of Fame have participated in several sports, been all-state in a sport,  been state champions or a member of a team which was part of a state competition.  Many Hall of Famers have continued their athletics at the college level.  Please remember that this is a high school Hall of Fame and only their high school athletic accomplishments will be used when selecting the Hall of Fame inductee.

    Applications should be received no later than September 1, 2016 and should be sent to: 

    Chariton High School

    ATTN:  Chariton Hall of Fame

    501 North Grand

    Chariton, Iowa 50049

     

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    School Improvement Advisory Committee

    ROLE OF MEMBERS

    School Improvement Advisory Committee (SIAC) members have many roles that serve the district. Among those roles are the following:

    1. Provide recommendations to the board on Annual Improvement Goals for the district in reading, math, and science
    2. Review information from the five year needs assessment and make recommendations for action.
    3. Gain a further understanding of the direction of the school district’s vision and directions
    4. Communicate with our community by asking questions about initiatives and explaining the answers to community members
    5. Ask for community feedback on issues that are being considered by the board.
    6. Provide a pulse for community opinion on different issues
    7. Interpet achievement data on progress toward district goals
    8. Review the Affirmative Action goals for the district and help to assure equity for students and employees

    MEMBERSHIP

    As much as possible, membership on the School Improvement Advisory Committee (SIAC) is a cross-section of the community and reflect its diversity in terms of socio-economic status, racial and ethnic groups, gender, disability status, age, local businesses, and agencies. Committee members also represent parents, teachers and administrators from each school building in the district. The Middle School and High School buildings are also represented by students. All committee members are approved annually by the school board.

    PROCESS FOR MEMBERship

    Recommendations for new members are taken annually. Recommended members are contacted to ask them to serve on the committee.  If you are interested in serving on the committee, please contact Paula Wright, Superintendent (641) 774-5967.

    NON-MEMBER PARTICIPATION

    SIAC meetings are open to any community members to attend as observers. As a board appointed committee, anyone present at a meeting is an observer and not a participant. Any communication about meeting topics by observers can be arranged with an administrator or brought up during the public comment time of regular school board meetings.

    MEETING INFORMATION

    Meeting will be held 3 times during the school year.  The meeting schedule for 2016-2017 is as follows:

    October 11, 2016 5:30-7:00 Community Center    
    January 10, 2017 5:30-7:00 Community Center    
    April 11, 2017 5:30-7:00 Community Center    

     

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    2016-2017 School Supply Lists

    SCHOOL SUPPLY LISTS - 2016-2017

    You will find the list for back-to-school supplies HERE.  Students are encouraged to start the year with the listed supplies.  Most supplies will last the entire year.  Others, such as pencils, may need to be replenished throughout the year.  There are many businesses in our district that have the lists available and will help your child with their "back-to-school" shopping.  Name brands are not a necessity - all brands are acceptable. Please support our local businesses and "shop local".  If you have any specific questions regarding supplies, please contact the building principal or your teacher.

     

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    Infinite Campus Mobile Portal for Parents

    Infinite Campus (CCSD Student Information System) is now available to all parents and students as a mobile app.  Parents and students can now access their Campus Portal information on Android and iOS devices using the Campus Mobile Portal app. 

    Follow the MOBILE APP DIRECTIONS to download the app today!  If you have any questions, or need assistance, please contact your building administrator.

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