Lady Cavs Softball Visits Buckeye Softball

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 On Sunday, April 14th, the Chillicothe Lady Cavalier Softball Team visited Columbus and Buckeye Field to cheer on Ohio State softball to 4-3 win in 8 innings. While there CHS alum, and current OSU place kicker, Drew Basil escorted the girls around the facility proving to the team our school mantra of “Once a Cavalier, Always a Cavalier.”  This was a bonding experience for the team and the program as parents and student-athletes enjoyed the opportunity to be together, while also cheering the Buckeyes on to victory. Go Bucks!  Go Cavs!photos

Correction! Attention Parents of The Class of 2026

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Kindergarten registration is right around the corner! CCSD is excited to welcome the class of 2026!

When: Wednesday, April 17, 2013 9 AM – 6 PM
Where: CHS Cox Gym

For more information go to the registration Facebook page “Chillicothe City Schools Kindergarten Registration.”

Requirements include:
* Certified Birth Certificate
* Social Security Card
* Proof of residency [utility bill or other official mail]
* Proof of Immunizations

  • DPT/DTaP/DT/Td (any combination)
  • Polio (OPV)
  • Hepatitis B
  • MMR
  • Varicella (Chicken Pox)

*Custody/Divorce Paperwork if applicable

Ross County Health Department will be open all day on April 17th to administer vaccinations: $6 or Medicaid accepted.

Do you have questions? Please call 775-4250, ext. 115.

CMS1 Language Arts Leaders Help Other Students Prepare for the OAA

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Ms Goldsberry’s advanced reading classes are creating interactive lessons on reading standards using Prezi or Powerpoint. These lessons can then be used to help other students prepare for the OAA. Look for these lessons to be placed on our Leadership website in the near future.

Community Forums Scheduled

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The public is invited to attend an open forum for area educators and parents to discuss two new and important policy changes in public education. Don’t get surprised by these changes as they will have far-reaching impact on our area schools and the children they serve. The forum will consist of a panel of area educators, a representative from the Ohio Department of Education, and the Ohio Board of Regents.  Come find out what every parent should know about these issues: the Third Grade Reading Guarantee and Teacher and Principal Evaluation.  

The forum, which is being sponsored by Shawnee State University and the University of Rio Grande, will be held will on Tuesday, April 23, 2013 from 6-8 p.m., in the Eastern High School, located at 1170 Tile Road, Beaver, Ohio. For further information, please call 740 351-3451.

Everyone’s a Leader at Worthington: Staff PAT Winner

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The lucky staff PAT winner for Worthington Elementary was Mrs. Matheny! Congratulations!!

Everyone’s a Leader at Worthington: PAT Winners

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The lucky PAT winners this week, April 12th, at Worthington Elementary are: Alexis Welch, Lucius Garman, Jackson Pickerrell, Annie Mundt, Besse Routte, and Zoe Ford

The students were rewarded with certificates to McDonald’s, Taco Bell, Buffalo Wild Wings, and a candy bar, plus a Worthington pin! Congratulations Students!!

Class of 2013 Students and Parents

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 As your senior year concludes please be sure you know of all your responsibilities prior to graduation. There was an information meeting held on Friday, April 12, 2013 where the below information was distributed to seniors and where seniors also received their caps, gowns, and graduation announcements. The information discussed in this meeting is of the utmost importance because failure to comply with these deadlines and requirements could cost a student the opportunity to participate in graduation ceremonies. Please ask your son or daughter to see the Senior Guidelines packet they received at this meeting and discuss with them expectations as a graduating senior. The document was emailed to all seniors as well and is also located in hard copy form in the CHS Main Office. This document contains information on senior behavioral expectations, graduation announcements, Prom, After Prom, Career Passports, Delinquent Obligations, Denial of Credit, Attendance, Senior Exams, Academic Honors Program, Senior Field Day, Graduation Practice, Graduation Tickets, Graduation Day, Pictures, and more. Any questions call the CHS Main Office at 740-702-2287.

Here is a link to the final guidelines for the 2013 school year.  Please read through these and if you have any questions, email Senior Class Advisor Kristy Stapleton or call 740 702 -2287 ext 2221. Make sure your senior student is aware of and follows all of the guidelines!  Class of 2013

Attention Golfers

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The Chillicothe Track Team, in conjunction with the newly refurbished Rivers Edge Golf Course (formerly Running Fox), has teamed up to offer a golf discount card. The cost of the card is $20.00. This card offers two deeply discounted rounds of golf for each of the next six months. The cost for 9 holes of golf, including a cart, is $6.00 and the cost for 18 holes, including a cart, is only $12.00. To receive your discount golf card, contact any Cavalier track athlete or Girls track Coach Steve Semancik @ 740-702-2287 ext 2544.

Attention Students…Come Out and See What Cavalier Softball is All About…

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Chillicothe Lady Cavs softball is having a free hot dog/chips & water night on Monday April 15th.  The first 100 students with ID get a free hot dog, bag of chips, and bottle of water.  Come at 4:30 and get your free food and root on the best softball team around!! Game starts at 5 p.m.  [Photo from Chillicothe Gazette Sports]

CHS Physical Science Students Get Moving

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In Mr. Pope’s Physical Science class, students calculate energy during a lab in the city park. CHS’ outstanding science department frequently uses hands on learning opportunities to increase students understanding of the concepts presented.

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