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CHS Vision: Chattooga High School will prepare students for success through a rigorous education with high academic standards in a setting where students want to learn, parents want their children to attend, and teachers want to teach.
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What's Happening at CHATTOOGA HIGH SCHOOL
Spring Break is Here!
It's almost spring break---March 31 - April 3. See you all again Tuesday, April 7, when we'll finish out the last year in this old building.

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Special Olympics will be held on Wednesday, April 8th at 9 am on the visitor's side of the CHS football stadium. The rain date will be Friday, April 10th. Come out and support our student athletes!

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Eight members of CHS FCCLA recently competed in Region 1 "STAR Events" in Athens, GA. These girls spent months working on their projects, which they presented to judges last weekend. All girls came away winners:
Alyssa Bumbalough, Abby Bynum, and Hannah Forsyth won silver medals in the category of National Programs in Action. Caroline Heathcock and Rose Jones won silver in the category of Interpersonal Communications, Jr. Summer Jones, Alanna Lanier, and Abbey Tudor won gold in the category of Interpersonal Communications, Sr. They will advance to the National FCCLA Star Events held at the National Leadership Meeting in Washington, D.C. in July.
Congratulations to all of these students! The girls (minus Alyssa) are pictured below with their sponsor, Betty McWhorter.


IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS!!!!
*We have school on Monday one more time to make up for bad weather--April 27!
*Mrs. Wallace has Menlo Lions Club scholarship applications in her office. You must be a former Menlo student to be eligible. Deadline for application is April 23.
*The annual teacher/student talent show is April 24. Get your "act" together!
*A list of seniors who still owe prom dues is posted on the trophy case. The price is still $70.00. In April the cost goes up to $75.00. You MAY make partial payments as you are able, but you must pay 100% before the event, and NO MONEY will be accepted "at the door" the night of the prom.
*Mrs. Appelbaum is planning a trip to Germany for March 2016--see her for more information.

4th Annual Chattooga Tribe Challenge
Remember the date: April 25 is the 4th annual Chattooga Tribe Challenge 5K road race and 1 or 2 mile health walk. Students & employees of Chattooga Co. schools can pay a discounted entry fee of $10 through April 7. Preregistration for all others is $20. Registration forms may be picked up in the front office at Chattooga High School. On site registration the day of the race is $25 for all participants. The road race begins at 8:30 a.m. and the health walk begins at 8:35. All participants will receive a T shirt and there will be a drawing for door prizes after the race. See you at Dowdy Park on April 25!
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HOSA attends state leadership conference
Twelve Chattooga High HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) members along with advisor Judy Crabtree attended the HOSA State Leadership Conference, March 12-14, in Athens, GA.á Seven of the members competed in various healthcare fields with one student making it into the second round of competition. Wendy Worsham made it into the second round of competition for Medical Assisting. Students also attended various seminars on healthcare topics, and enjoyed the town of Athens and UGA.á áStudents attending the conference were Jasmine Carico, Gretchen Chandler, Chera Kelley, Wendy Worsham, Charity Burgess, Dana Chapman, Celina
Norton, Rachel Echols, Liz Suits, Auburn Lewis, Emily Hennon, and Breanna Ezell.


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Bode Brooks named area winner
Representing Chattooga High School's FFA organization, Bode Brooks was recently named the area winner in the category of Agriculture Communications Proficiency. He will now advance to the state competition to be held in Macon, GA during the 87th Georgia state FFA Convention. Bodie will have an interview on Thursday, April 23, at which time he will be questioned about his project and application. The state proficiency results will be announced on stage at the FFA Convention Friday April 24th. Good luck, Bodie!





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Mission, Vision, Beliefs
Our Mission: Chattooga High School will enable all students to become productive, contributing citizens who can communicate effectively, gather and use information, make responsible decisions, utilize technology, and adapt to the challenges of the future.
Our Vision: Chattooga High School will prepare students for success through a rigorous education with high academic standards in a setting where students want to learn, parents want their children to attend, and teachers want to teach.
Our Beliefs: Our students, personnel, and parents deserve a safe, inviting, non-threatening learning environment where they are treated with dignity and respect within an environment that promotes student learning. Teachers, administrators, parents, the community, and students share the responsibility for academic success. Students learn best when they are actively engaged in the learning process. The commitment to continue improvement is imperative if our schools are going to enable students to become confident, self-directed, life-long learners. Student achievement should be the primary focus of all decisions impacting the work of the school.
Prom
Attention! The prom is fast approaching---Saturday April 18, 7-11 P.M. at Circle B Farm off Fish Hatchery Road. Seniors who have not paid prom dues need to do so ASAP---the price is now $70.00. Mr. Martin is pictured here last year with his date, one of his lovely daughters.
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CHS Football 2015


PICTURES OF OUR PROGRESS
GET YOUR YEARBOOK!
Yearbooks are for sale! You don't want to miss this year's because it's our LAST year to be in the old building! The cost is now $70.00. Lots of memories in this old building.
Parents & others, if you want to buy an ad for your senior, examples and prices are given on the Chattooga High School Yearbook Facebook page. See Buffy Williams to buy a yearbook.






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Title II Survey
Parents please take a moment to complete the survey below:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/NBC5LGZ

Also, local business are requested to complete this survey:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/NBSZ6SG



SACS Survey
In an effort to improve system practices, the Chattooga County School System is offering a survey for both parents and students to complete. Please be assured that your responses will be completely anonymous, and your honest opinion is appreciated.
Staff Survey
Student Survey
Parent Survey








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HB 251 Intradistrict Transfer Notice
HB251 Intradistrict Transfer Notice: Chattooga High School is the only high school within the Chattooga County School district, therefore no intradistrict transfer option is available for this school.

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