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ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR WEDNESDAY, 5/15

HIGH SCHOOL ONLY

SENIORS – There is a mandatory senior meeting with Mr. Haley this Friday, May 17 during lyceum in the cafeteria regarding year-end events and graduation.

MENTORS: Extra permission slips, Mentor agreement forms, and important dates handouts are all available now on the black cart at the front desk. There is also a labeled bin you may put your signed agreement forms and/or permission slips in. Make sure you keep one copy of the Mentor agreement form for yourself to put in your Mentor folder. Also, please remind your parents to go to the online payment portal to pay for your Mentor polo if you ordered one last week. Thank you!

HIGH SCHOOL is still way behind middle school in our Hero Rats drive. Please consider giving to sponsor a lifesaving rat. THANKS to all who have donated already!!

SENIORS – your final high school transcript will be sent to the college you deposited to (and is set in Naviance as the college you will attend) by JUNE 15.  College Counseling is aware you will receive requests from your college asking for your final transcript.  CPA’s policy is to get final transcripts to colleges as soon as they are available, and they will be sent by June 15.  Please do not forward/email/call College Counseling with these requests.  Thank you.

GRAD NIGHT is a Senior class lock-in on May 24th at Uptown Jungle and IHOP. There will be dodgeball, trampolines, Hypnotist Jeff Bliss, DJ and dance. Lots of food. . . and more! Sign up on the PSO website before May 17!! You don’t want to miss it! 

Attention all High School students:  Community Service hours were due last Friday. If there are issues with your hours, Mr. Paap will be available after school on Tuesday and Wednesday this week in the library (if possible) to FIX any issues you have with hours ALREADY submitted. All hours submitted after last Friday may not be applied until next year. 

Next year’s Sophomores through Seniors: if you love to sing, we have some openings for Sopranos, Altos, Tenors, and Basses in our Schola Select Choir Ensemble. Our rehearsals meet Thursdays at 7:15 a.m. The auditions for this will be held on either Friday May 17 or Monday May 20. See the sign-up sheet outside of the Choir room to sign up for a time slot that works for you, and don’t miss out on the chance to perform for competitions, festivals, and at graduation each year. There will be a flyer to help you prepare for the auditions located in 306 as well. See Mrs. Stephens if you have any questions. 

MIDDLE SCHOOL

8th graders. You can buy your ticket to the 8th grade dance on Wed. or Thurs. at lunch! Bring $15 cash or check to the PSO. Or you can still pay online. 

HIGH SCHOOL AND MIDDLE SCHOOL

For current 7th -11th grade:  Please join us after school on Thursday, May 16, if you are interested in designing the yearbook next year!  While distribution for this year’s book will be this week, we are already planning for next year’s book.  Come see what’s involved in creating the book of memories for your time here at CPA.  Please meet in room 209.

HERO RATS provide jobs and a sense of pride among people in impoverished developing countries. Instead of needing to rely on foreign aid, these people can now be part of the solution themselves by training and working alongside these amazing HERO RATS. For every dollar you donate this week, you can write your name on a slip of paper and enter the raffle for a Dutch Bros or Jamba Juice gift card. Thank you to all who have given so far, but we are still short of the $94 needed to sponsor even one rat for a year. Please consider giving this week!

PLEASE BE CAREFUL NOT TO SPILL FOOD AND DRINKS on our beautiful new bench on the ramada! The material this bench is constructed of is very expensive, and drinks, ketchup, taco sauce, etc. will permanently stain it. Please keep it clean and remind your friends and classmates, too. Thank you!

Answers to questions about our tardy policy, from The Family Handbook: The Arizona Department of Education defines “…an excused absence as being an absence due to illness, doctor appointment, bereavement, family emergencies, and out-of-school suspensions.” All other cases of absence, whether reported by the parent or not, shall be considered unexcused (this includes traffic delays and delays due to car accidents you’re not involved in). Students are expected to be seated in their classrooms ready to begin class work prior to the late bell. A tardy is defined as “not being in an assigned seat when the late bell rings– (Finish Strong Titans! You have only 7 school days left until summer break!)

Textbook return begins Tuesday, May 21st. Please collect your textbooks, and have them ready to turn in, to avoid a costly replacement fee. Thank you.

It is FINISHED! The CPA Ramada Mural is complete. Be sure to head out there and enjoy it before the heat sets in! Thanks to all those who contributed: Hailey, Lauren, Aby, Alyssa, Maria, Liberty, Hadis, Calen, Mia, Grace, Emma, Kidron and Gemma. CPA will be forever thankful for your commitment to making our school as beautiful as it can be! If you did not have an opportunity to sign the work, please see Ms. Summa and we will remedy. BiQKBgQDCuGgN;��9�