Camp Invention Comes to CCSD

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Does your child enjoy inventing? Are they curious about how things work? Here’s a summer opportunity for them: Invent. Discover. Explore. Achieve.
CAMP INVENTION, June 10-14th is hosted by Chillicothe City Schools: the Camp Invention program is a weeklong adventure in creativity that immerses children entering grades one through six in exciting, hands-on learning disguised as fun activities.

This summer, children will become expedition trainees, navigating their way to special treasure-filled caches and creating solutions to challenges posed by youth from around the world. They will be embarking on a global adventure, uncovering hidden messages from the Earth, investigating several extreme natural wonders of the world, and building a device to launch international ducks back to their homes. Scholarships for CCSD students are still available – register today! Call 800-968-4332.

We need your recyclables and old equipment to take apart. See the list below. Items can be dropped off at CMS.

Attention Cheerleaders

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CHILLICOTHE HIGH SCHOOL CHEERLEADING SUMMER CAMP will be JULY 30th & 31ST. Camp is for anyone in grades K – 8. Cost is $30.

Students who are entering K – 5th grade will be from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on July 30th and 31st at the CHS Cox Gym.  We will have a short parent showcase at 2:45 on July 31st and invite all parents to come see what they have learned.  Camp for students entering 6th-8th grade will be from 10 a.m. – noon on July 30th and 31st at the CHS Cox Gym.  We will have a short parent showcase at 11:45 on July 31st and invite all parents.

Registrations can be made be made day of camp or mailed to: Head Coach Nancy Arledge, PO BOX 555, Chillicothe, Ohio 45601.  If you have any questions please email or call 740-703-2640. GO CAVS!!

Attention Girls Basketball Players: Grades 3 – 8

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It’s time to plan to attend the CHS, “Next Level” girls basketball camp.  Two sessions will be offered during this four day camp — June 10th – 13th. Grades 3-5 will meet and drill from 8:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. and grades 6 – 8 will meet and drill from 1 – 4:30 p.m. Girls from all area schools are invited to attend: grade levels are based on next year’s grade level.  The fee for this camp is $35 and includes a t-shirt. Registrations will be accepted up to the day camp begins, but early registration is recommended as session sizes are limited. This camp promises to deliver high-energy instruction on the fundamentals of the game for the basketball player of every skill level.  Girls can expect to improve their basketball skills under the coaching of current Cavalier team members and coaching staff. Contact Coach Beard for more information: 740-701-0747 or Registration

Attention Parents of CMS2 Students

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Parents and family members of students at CMS2 are invited to attend the Awards Assembly for our 6th grade students to be held on Thursday, May 30th, in the gymnasium.  The various music groups will begin performing at 8:15 a.m. and the awards assembly will follow.  Parents and family members are also invited to attend the Talent Show to be held on the same day at 12:00 p.m. in the gymnasium.

On Wednesday, May 29th, the students that have earned the PBS reward will be participating in the PBS Activity.

CMS1 Health Fair a Success

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On Friday, May 24, students in the Health & Fitness leadership group at CMS1 hosted a Health Fair.  The following businesses and organizations set up booths: Spaulding Chiropractic, Drs. Wissler, Myers, & Kallies, Adena Sports Medicine, OSU Ross County Extension 4-H Office, YMCA, MADD/Safe Communities, Family Dental Center, Chillicothe Fire Department, D.A.R.E./Chillicothe Police Department, Chester Eye Center, Molina Health Care, Ross County Health District, Chillicothe Swim & Racquet Club, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Mrs. Natalie Harbert (School Nurse), Walgreens, Team Tokey Hill, and Paccar Center – Wright State Student Nurses.

Students received interactive and one-on-one instruction from the health professionals.  Many topics were included such as: “The Dangers of Tobacco,” “Drinking and Driving,” “Sugary Drinks,” and “Proper Exercise Techniques.” Check out our slideshow

CHS Broadcast Studio Makes Videos Available

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It has been a fantastic year at CHS! Are there some memories that you wish you had captured on film? The CHS Broadcast Studio has a few options available for parents and family members. Anyone who would like to order a copy of Sunday’s Commencement Ceremony can email or call 702-2287 ext. 2640 to reserve a copy for pick up starting August 21st in the main office. Copies are $5. DVDs will be available beginning Aug. 21st.

Also, DVD copies for the musical, senior play, senior talent show, and revue can still be ordered by emailing and that copies will be available for pickup in the CHS Main office starting tomorrow, Wednesday, May 29th.

It’s Exam Week at CHS

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The week of May 28th-May 30th is final exam week at Chillicothe High School. The bell schedule will be altered the entire week for exams to provide our students with an adequate amount of time to complete their exams on each given day. Exams will be 76 minutes long. Students will report to their homeroom each morning, if they have an exam that day.

Tuesday’s exams are for periods 1, 3, and 5. Wednesday’s exams are for periods 2, 4, and 6. And Thursday’s exams are for periods 7-8. Each day from 12:58 – 2:15 there will be make-up exams for any student who misses their exam with an excused absence. Students must only report on the days they have exams and to the periods for which they have actual exams for that class. Every academic class offered at CHS will have an exam: students should report at the assigned day, time, and period as shown on page 18 of the CHS Student Handbook. Students who have a study hall, academic coaching, or early release will not have to report to school for exams during those periods and have two options: 1. to leave the school and return later for more exams. 2. report to academic coaching for a 76 minute study hall.

During the three [3] days of exams lunch will be open: this means students can leave CHS and return to the school for their next exam (if they have one). Lunch will be each day from 11:42-12:52. The cafeteria will be open for students at this time but that is the only area of the building which will be open during this hour. Students should report there to eat if they choose to stay at CHS or return to CHS early from lunch.

On Friday, May 31st students are out of school for the summer, but teachers have a work day to grade exams, reflect on the achievements of their students, and finalize end of the year grades.

For more information about CHS exams look to the CHS Student Handbook on page 18 or to the Chillicothe City School District Website.

Congratulations Class of 2013!

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CHS hosted the 2013 Commencement on Sunday, May 26th.  Here are a few photos from the evening’s festivities.  Good luck to all of our newest alumni!  Once a Cavalier, Always a Cavalier.

Do you need a Sports Physical?

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On Friday, June 7th at 5:30 pm, Adena Sports Medicine will be providing free physicals to all Chillicothe City Schools student athletes.  If you would like to register your athlete for a physical, please call 740-779-7977 by May 31st to schedule an appointment.  All physicals will be conducted at Adena Rehabilitation and Wellness Center at 445 Shawnee Lane, Chillicothe.

Mt. Logan Says Thanks to A Guest Reader: Thank You Don Madden!

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A special guest reader, during Right to Read week at Mt. Logan, included a visit from Don Madden, Karate and Jujitsu Master.  He not only read to the Mt. Logan leaders, but also completed a question and answer session.  Thank you for answering our questions about The martial arts, traveling the world, being leaders in the community, becoming lifelong readers, and how we can best develop our goals to succeed. 

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