HIGH SCHOOL ONLY
PSAT Reminder for High School Students: All 9th, 10th and 11th graders will take the PSAT on Wednesday, October 30. Seniors will work on their thesis and/or college applications that day. October 30 is an early release day – no lunch will be provided. Room assignments will be posted in the Forum and on testing area doors. Details have been emailed to parents and reminders will continue to be sent.
JUNIORS and SENIORS: The following college is visiting Chandler Prep today: Colby College – at 8:15am in the library. Bring your signed yellow pass.
JUNIORS and SENIORS: The following colleges are visiting Chandler Prep soon (immediately after fall break):
- California Lutheran University – Thursday, Oct. 24 at 1:5pm in the library
- University of Dallas – Thursday, Oct. 24 at 2:15pm in the library
- Willamette University – Friday, Oct. 25 at 8:15pm in the library
- Biola University – Friday, Oct. 25 at 9:15am in the conference room
- Baylor University – Friday, Oct. 25 at 10:15am in the conference room
- Union College – Friday, Oct. 25 at 11:15am in the library
Please sign up in the forum and get your gold pass signed by your teacher at least 24 hours in advance of the scheduled visit. You must write legibly and include your full first and last name on your pass.
Juniors & Seniors: Please check your email for important information from College Counseling.
JUNIORS: The Great Hearts College Symposium is SATURDAY, October 19 at Scottsdale Prep. You received an email from Great Hearts with all the details and a link to RSVP. Included with the email were electronic information cards for you to complete and bring with you to the symposium on October 19. Please see your counselor if you have questions.
SENIORS: The FAFSA opened on October 1. Information was sent out in this week’s CPA newsletter. You can also find the FAFSA link on the CPA College Counseling webpage.
Social committee will not be meeting TODAY after school. We will reconvene after fall break. Any questions or concerns please see Ms. Caporali, Ms. Ruchames or Alex, Cereena & Isabelle. Thanks!
MIDDLE SCHOOL ONLY
There will be Middle School Science Bowl practice at 7:30 a.m. on Friday, October 11, in room 216 for all interested students. If you want more information, contact Mr. Wallington.
UNLOCK CLUB: Sign-ups are on the Life Science window for the PUMPKIN DECORATING on Thursday, Oct. 24. Since this is the second day back from Fall break, you must sign up by TOMORROW, Friday, Oct. 11, in order to participate. PLEASE GIVE MRS. GOODWIN $5 TODAY to help with the cost of the pumpkins, decorating supplies, and snacks. THANK YOU!
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THURSDAY 10/10/19
HIGH SCHOOL AND MIDDLE SCHOOL
Titans! Tomorrow is battle of the titans! Please read the following information from our handbook to address what can be worn tomorrow:
All shirts worn for athletic practices and field day should be modest, loose fitting, in good repair (no holes, torn sleeves, etc.), should be worn either tucked in or well over the waist of the pants/shorts if not tucked in. No midriffs may be shown. T-shirts are preferred—no tank tops, camisoles, or sports bras may be worn as outer-garments. Sleeveless shirts may be worn if modest.
Pants/shorts should be modest, in good repair (no holes, torn sleeves, etc.) Pants should be worn at the waist and should be no shorter than mid-thigh, and no-longer than just below the knee. No short-shorts or long baggy shorts may be worn. No boxers or undergarments may be visible. No yoga pants.
Attire should be free of inappropriate messages. Sports team logos (e.g., Diamondbacks, Notre Dame), and apparel brand names (e.g., Adidas, Abercrombie) are acceptable, provided they do not make inappropriate allusions. These guidelines also apply to sweatshirts and jackets that students may wear. Footwear should be athletic in nature: no sandals, open-toed, or platform shoes. Hats and sunscreen may be appropriate, if the students will be in the sun. Hat styles should follow the same guidelines as above.
Archery and Bowyery – We will meet after school today.
Please check lost and found, today, for items such as school sweaters. The lost and found is located next to the vending machines in the cafeteria and on the bookshelf across from the front desk. Please claim items by Friday morning, October 11th. All unclaimed items will be donated to Goodwill over Fall Break.
Friday! Titans come out and support our CPA titans as they take on Miami under the lights at 7pm. Dress up in your finest Hawaiian attire and cheer!
Do you like Latin? Do you like competition? Do you want the chance for glory and honor, but running your gladius through your enemies is frowned upon in all 50 states? Then the Arizona Junior Classical League might be the thing for you! The AZJCL is a forum for students to compete with other students and schools in categories of knowledge, creativity, and the arts. If you thirst for more Latin knowledge, come today after school in the library in lieu of Virgil Club to participate in the great sport of Certamen to test your Latin scientia and for more information on how to sign up for the AZJCL! If you have any further questions, please see Mr. Mukai.
Seeking CPA Volunteers for the ACC Medieval Faire on Saturday, November 2nd from 11 am to 3 pm. Volunteers will receive volunteer credit and will not need a wristband to participate when they volunteer at least one hour. Sign up online: https://signup.com/go/sujBJQV and check in at the Information Booth the day of the faire to ensure you get credit for your hours! If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Kendrick.