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Phone: 480-484-6800
Fax: 480-484-6801
Attendance: 480-484-6807
Office Hours: 7:00am -3:30pm
School Hours: 7:45am - 2:20pm

7501 East Virginia Avenue
Scottsdale, AZ 85257  
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Alyssa Tarkington, Principal
Dr. Logan Fox, Paul Ferrero APs
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Don Time Week of April 14 - 1st Period 
All students will report to 1st period classes on Monday for grade checks
and Don News. Students with early release will leave campus at 11:46
Tuesday-Thursday  student with celebration stickers may go to the common areas!
 
District Announcements
SUSD to Host PBIS Film Festival

The Scottsdale Unified School District (SUSD) will host a Positive Behavior Intervention Supports (PBIS) Film Festival from 5-7 p.m. on April 30 at Coronado High School, 7501 E. Virginia Ave. Scottsdale 85257. See PBIS Film Festival



Coronado Student Repeat Winner at Heard Museum’s Annual American Indian Student Show and Sale

Brody Begay (Navajo), a sophomore at Coronado High School, won first place, along with a cash award, for photography in Division 3 (10th, 11th, and 12th grade) in the Heard Museum Guild’s 25th Annual American Indian Student Art Show and Sale held April 4th-7th. See Coronado








Superintendent Dr. David J. Peterson's April Letter
This is a busy time of year for all at Scottsdale Unified School District (SUSD), and it’s hard to believe that we only have eight weeks left in the school year. We still have a lot of work ahead of us. As I write this, we are in the middle of AIMS testing. Our teachers have done a great job and our students are well prepared! During this school year, we have had many student and staff accomplishments of which we are extremely proud. See April Letter
Coronado High School Announcements
New Skateboard Policy and Procedure at CHS

Beginning on
Monday, April 21st, Coronado High School asks that students follow the following policy regarding skateboards:

1. Skateboards are transportation and must be stored in one place throughout the school day.
2. 
Coronado purchased a skateboard rack that can secure boards with locks; it is located near the Southwest gate entrance between the two gyms.
3. Starting Monday, April 21st, any student who chooses to bring a board on campus must store it in one place for the duration of the school day. It is feasible that small boards could fit in the student’s locker; however, if a skateboard is seen in a classroom, the hallway, the courtyard, lunchroom, etc…, during school hours, the student will be escorted by security to administration. Principal Tarkington will hold the skateboard in her office until a parent picks it up.
4. 
 Students can purchase a lock from the book store for $5 or cheaper at a Walgreens, Target or Wal-Mart.
5. S
tudents are never to ride skateboards on school property.

If you have any questions/concerns, please feel free to contact Ms. Tarkington at 480-484-6808.

PBIS Film Festival
 


Check Out the CHS AVID Submission



Annual Golf Tournament
 
Come support Coronado athletics on Saturday, May 10th, 2014.  The 12th Annual Golf Tournament will take place at the McCormick Ranch Golf Course (Pine course) with lunch to follow at Flicka’s Baja Cantina (2003 N. Scottsdale Road). Check-in and practice range balls start at 6:00 am and golf starts at 7:45am sharp.  Lunch at Flicka’s will start at approximately 1:00 p.m. Please click here for more information and the registration form.


After School Math Tutoring

After school math tutoring is back! Beginning on Tuesday, March 18
th, students who need math help may go to room E-214 from 2:30-3:30. Tutoring will be available Monday-Thursday each week for the rest of the school year in room E-214 from 2:30-3:30.




AP Test Information

The AP tests are coming! Here is the AP Test Schedule:



Please click here to print the AP Test Schedule




The CHS Way - Don Dollar Drawings

Through PBIS, a school-wide intervention program that encourages positive behavior, students have the opportunity to earn Don Dollars by demonstrating the guiding principles of the CHS Way: Commitment, Honor, and (Show) Respect.  In turn, they can enter their Don Dollars into drawings for various prizes by placing their tickets in the drawings box located in the front office.  The schedule for the drawings is as follows:

Date

Prize Winner

1/24 Headphones (Klipsch)

Student: Brian Ventura

Teacher: Mr. Fernwalt

2/7 Peter Piper Pizza Play Pack (large pizza, four 20 oz. drinks and 40 tokens)

Student: David Wok

Teacher: Mrs. Mitchell

2/212 Movie Passes and $10 gift card to Cold Stone Creamery

Student:  Madeline Robins
Teacher: Mr. Fernwalt

3/7 Bluetooth speaker (BEM Wireless)

Student: Aaron Wagner
Teacher: Mr. Fernwalt

3/21

11th and 12th graders:  Prom tickets

9th and 10th graders:  MORP dance tickets

 

9th Grade - 2 MORP tix – Jerail Hounshell, student – Colling teacher 

 10th grade – 2 MORP tix – Bianca Gomez, student – Saddler teacher

 11th grade – 2 Prom tix – Robert Pierce, student – Sexson teacher

 12th grade – 2 Prom tix – Kate McElroy, student – Kemp teacher

4/4  Night Out at the Theatre – 2 tickets to Coronado spring play + $25 Visa gift card 

 
Student: Cristal Arroyo

Teacher: Mrs. Hughes

4/14 2 Prom Tickets Student: Daniel Coronado

Teacher: Mrs. Saddler

4/25 $20 iTunes gift card

 

5/9 Digital camera/video (Nikon)

 

 




Improve-a-Don

Coronado High School works to create a safe and supportive environment for every student. Improve-a-Don is one of our many programs to help our students become successful in school and in life. Please view the following video for an introduction to our Improve-a-Don program. This video may also be viewed on YouTube: click here.




Welcome to Don Time!

This year, students at Coronado High School will participate in Don Time. This is just one of the many ways that we are committed to providing individualized learning opportunities for our students!

The video below contains updates regarding Don Time for Spring Semester 2014. It also gives a good introduction to Don Time. 


If the video is not working from this site, try clicking here for a link to the video on YouTube (from campus, make sure that you are logged into Novell).

For a full schedule of the Don Time weekly rotations for 3rd and 4th quarters, please click here.

For questions regarding Don Time, please contact Fran Prather at 480-484-6826. 



Coronado PTSO


Get involved in the Coronado PTSO and support our Students, Teachers, and Administration.

All meetings are at 6:30 pm in the new Community Center - Room B-126.



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