Daily Announcements
Daily Announcements
Today is Friday, January 18th, 2019 GENERAL
No School MONDAY, January, 21st. Below is a brief explanation of sweep: 
Students who do not arrive to their first hour class on time will be redirected to the sweep room. A parent or guardian must physically enter the building to sign in the late student, otherwise the student will be directed to sweep. Parent phone calls will not excuse the sweep. 
While in sweep students will not be able to work on assignments, socialize, or use any electronic devices. Procedures will be in place for students to make up class work and tests they may have missed when they were in Sweep. If a student is swept on a test day, the teacher will allow the student to make up the test. Students who have an assignment due will deliver it to the teacher that same day. All students will be informed of how the Sweep program will be integrated into their school day.   
Students who demonstrate repeated tardy behavior will be subject to the progression of interventions and disciplinary action in an effort to encourage and teach proper time management skills. Consequences for sweep will go as follows:
  • 1st Tardy Offense: Students will be sent to sweep for the remainder of the class period and it will be documented.

  • 2nd Tardy Offense: Students will be sent to sweep for the remainder of the class period and receive a referral.

  • 3rd Tardy Offense: Students will be sent to sweep for the remainder of the class period and assigned Saturday School.

Data will be collected on the effectiveness of the program as we believe the sweep program will benefit students, parents and teachers. We strive to give students every opportunity to be successful and the first step towards success is having prompt attendance.

Students should log off and shut down their Chromebooks at least once a week.  When they sign back on, it triggers the update process automatically.  If they are not doing this, at some point, they will have a problem. If students are encountering problems the first step is to run an update, HOW TO Update Chromebook
A message from Security:

  • Keep parking permits "visible" at all times. . . not hidden behind visors, or you will receive a cute bright orange sticky sticker 
  • You must show your school ID to Security as you exit the parking lot each day.  Infinite Campus will not be accepted to leave the parking lot during school hours. 
  • Take a FULL picture of your ID on your smartphone for a backup in case you forget, or lose, your ID. 
  • Parking permits are sold out.  If you need a permit, go to the bookstore to get on the waiting list! Do not park on campus until you have your permit! 


Arizona Community Foundation Scholarships are now open: https://www.azfoundation.org/Scholarships/ScholarshipOpportunities.aspx

College Board Scholarship Opportunities

Students if you need to make an appointment to see your counselor please use the google form Counseling Appointment Request.  Please note this form is for students to request an appointment, if a parent wishes to make a request, please call the Counseling Department at 545-3100, ext. 2121.  

Students, your counselors are finally with the times and have a twitter account! You should follow them @CampoCounseling to get updates on scholarships, college visits, testing information, dual enrollment information, and much more!

Clubs and Activities

Go follow Campo Key Club on Twitter and Instagram for information on service opportunities! 
Follow us on twitter at - CVHS Key Club 
And follow us on instagram at - cvhs_key.club

Auditions! Auditions! Theatre arts is busy this spring and auditions are coming up. Next week, Wednesday January 23, come audition for the Murder Mystery event, "80s Prom Gone Bad". Auditions for One act performances will be January 28-29. And finally, auditions for the Spring Performance of Love of Three Oranges will be on February 5-6.

All auditions are in the drama room after school, be sure to pick up a packet in the drama room. See Dr. K. with any questions.

Are you ready for the annual SOUPer bowl? All 3rd hour classes will compete to see who brings in the most cans and non-perishables and the winning class gets a donut party and a trophy. The competition begins the 22 of January and ends on the 4th of February. Will your class be the first Arizona team to win the SOUPer bowl?

If you are a writer or artist interested in working on a school publication or in journalism writing, please come to a meeting next Tuesday, January 22, after school in room 518.

Interested in seeing your work published for an audience of your Campo peers, faculty, and staff? Now is your chance! Campo's grassroots journalism/creative writing club is calling for all students to submit their art work, cartoons, photography, short stories, poetry, editorials, narratives, and human interest essays to Mrs. Eaton's room, 518. A publication is in the works -- we just need a hard copy of your best work. How cool would it be to see your work published in the first edition of Campo's very own magazine?

Calling all singers! Auditions are coming up for Campo Idol. To audition for a chance to make the slate of singers for the third annual Campo Idol, sign up on Mr. Flo's door (room 312). Auditions are taking place on 1/22 and 1/24 after school starting at 3 pm. Cash prizes will be awarded to first, second, and third place singers on the night of Campo Idol on March 2nd. For more information, stop by and talk to Flo.

Soulmatic Rhythm Dance Company is proud to present "Mystique". Our SRDC dancers are ready for what will surely be an amazing concert. It will start right at 7:00 pm in our auditorium and the cost is $7.00. It is on Friday night 1/18. See you there!

LAST CHANCE....All Juniors and Seniors on the parking permit "WAITING LIST," go see Diane in the Bookstore ASAP, and/or before Friday, January 18th.
Congratulations to the following students who have been chosen as January Performing Arts' Student of the Month and recognized for their hard work and dedication to our wonderful Performing Arts Department:

Orchestra: Jacob Crossley
Band: Andy Montalvo
Choir: Zac Smith
Theatre: Tatum Reinhardt

Keep up the great work!

Congratulations to Jaden Dupree for auditioning on guitar and making it into the Arizona All State Jazz Band on Saturday!

Math club traveled to Scottsdale Community College to compete in the math and science day. The team consisting of Eric Yan, Kyle McLemore, and Vincent Nguyen finished 2nd in the project competition. 

The Ice Coyotes ended the regular season atop their division with a record of 14-5-1. The team crushed the Hamilton Huskies on Saturday by a score of 7-1; thanks to outstanding goaltending from goalie Corey Sinclair and aggressive defensive play by Charlie Herman. Cody Horton & Dylan Wallis each scored twice, with additional goals from Gavin Saydyk, Charlie Herman, and Spencer Jacobson. The playoff schedule has not been released yet - but be listening for dates and times or stop by Miss Smith's room (513) for more information. PLEASE come out and watch your Ice Coyotes take on all comers in the race for the state title.

The Ice Coyotes will play their first playoff game on Saturday, January 26th @ 7:45pm at the Ice Den in Scottsdale. The price to attend a playoff game is $5 for adults, $3 with a student ID, and free for those 65 and older.  
PLEASE come out and cheer on your Coyotes as they take on their first round challenger! See Miss Smith in room 513 for directions or more information.

Key Club members, check Google Classroom for the MANY service opportunities coming up over the next month. Your service time is needed!

Do you like arguing? Do you want to learn more about political issues? Debate club might be for you! Debate club allows students an outlet to voice their opinion on problems we face today as a country, state, and town. Meetings are Tuesdays and Thursdays after school in room 527.

Hi coyotes! If you weren’t already aware, NHS and Link Crew have teamed up for Think Crew Tutoring this year! If you aren’t comfortable talking with your teachers or don’t have the same lunch hour as them, come to Think Crew tutoring! We offer tutoring in any and every subject, and are available every Tuesday and Thursday in the library during both lunch hours. We hope to see you there!

Do you miss board and card games? Then Pair-a-Dice Club is for you! Every Wednesday after school, come to Room 535 to make friends and practice friendly competition! Can't wait to see you there!

Do you like to Draw, Paint or Create Cartoons? Then come join the Art Club! We meet Tuesdays after school in room 306. You do not need to be in an Art class to join us, just an interest. Come check us out!

Lunchtime intramurals will take place during the second half of each lunch.. 4th hour intramurals will be held on Tuesdays and Fridays in the main gym and fifth hour intramurals will be held on Tuesdays and Fridays in the mini gym during the second half of each lunch. Please see Coach Cornell or any PE teacher with questions.



Friday, January 18, 2019

ALL DAY Link Crew - Leadership Conference Anaheim, CA  

9:00AM V. Wrestling - Doc Wright Invitational Winslow HS

4:00/5:30/7:00PM B. Basketball vs Casteel Home

4:00/5:30/7:00PM G. Basketball @ Casteel Casteel

7:00PM-9:00PM Dance Concert Benefit Auditorium


Saturday, January 19, 2019

ALL DAY Link Crew - Leadership Conference Anaheim, CA                                

7:00AM-5:00PM VEX Robotics Competition Madison Highland H.S.

9:00AM V. Wrestling - Doc Wright Invitational Winslow HS

9:00AM Fr/JV Wrestling - Desert Edge Invitational Desert Edge

11:00/1:00PM V. Soccer @ Ironwood Ridge Ironwood Ridge


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