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Coronado High School Week of September 29th  

  • ​Don Time this week is 1st period. These students must report to the Library during Don Time for grade checks and sticker distribution:
    • Those who attend class on another campus (Healthcare, Architecture)
    • Late start students
    • Students whose teacher is not on campus during Don Time (Japanese, French 1)           
Homecoming is next week!
 
District Announcements
Superintendent Dr. David J. Peterson's September Letter

Dear Scottsdale Unified School District Family,

The 2014-15 school year is off to a great start! It is hard to believe that we are already done with our first month of school. During the first few days of school, I was able to visit every school in the Scottsdale Unified School District (SUSD). Great things are going on in our classrooms – thank you all for a positive start to the new school year. Additionally, members of my Leadership Team visited campuses to help ensure an excellent beginning. It is great to see everyone working together on behalf of students. 
See the September Letter.
 
SUSD Offers PSAT/NMSQT for All Sophomores and Juniors
On Wednesday, October 29th Scottsdale Unified School District (SUSD) will be offering the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT) to sophomores and juniors at all five SUSD high schools during the school day.

Sophomores in SUSD high schools will have the opportunity to take the PSAT/NMSQT at no cost to parents. “By offering the PSAT/NMSQT to all sophomores at no cost, it will provide parents, students and the schools with useful information to identify areas that require more attention for post-secondary goals,” said Dr. Mitch von Gnechten, executive director of Secondary Schools. “The results of the test will help our students set goals for the next two years and will help increase college and career readiness.” See PSAT/NMSQT
ADE Releases New Achievement Profiles

ADE Label
The Arizona Department of Education (ADE) has released its new A-F Achievement Profiles for the 2013-14 school year. Scottsdale Unified School District (SUSD) did well; the District received an A for a fourth consecutive year with a score of 144, our highest score ever. Nineteen schools received the highest grade of A, seven schools received B, three schools received C and one school received a D. See Grades
 
Coronado High School Announcements
CHS JAG Coordinator Honored

Congratulations to Ms. Wendy Paez, who was named 2014 JAG Coordinator of the Year! JAG (Jobs for Arizona Graduates) is a program that "helps young people stay in school, and to acquire the academic, personal, leadership, and vocational skills they will need to be successful upon graduation. JAG provides college and career programming for students who have a desire to better themselves" (​http://www.jagaz.org/). Ms. Paez works tirelessly to mentor each student individually and has had an unmeasureable impact on the direction of student's lives. Way to go Mama Bear!
College Information Night

Coronado’s College Information Night
 
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
6:00 to 7:30 p.m. in the Lecture Hall
 
FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)
Junior and Senior Naviance Tasks
Scottsdale Community College/Maricopa County Community College District Program Offerings
Scholarship Applications
 
Juniors, seniors and their parents/guardians are invited to this program where they will have an opportunity to attend two workshops of their choice.  All four workshop topics will be offered during both workshop sessions as follows:
 
Welcome - 6:00 to 6:15 p.m.
Workshop Session 1 - 6:20 to 6:50 p.m
Workshop Session 2 - 6:55 to 7:25 p.m. 
29 SUSD Students Selected to Participate on the Scottsdale Mayor’s Youth Council

Twenty-nine Scottsdale Unified School District high school students were selected to participate on the City of Scottsdale Mayor’s Youth Council. They are:
 
Arcadia School
Connor Ballard, PhiLong Do, Maxime Greenburg, Micaela Liska and Michael Weaver
 
Chaparral High School
Heidi Artigue, Kayvon Martin, Arshan Barzani, Rachel Brown, Kamren Gilbard, Iona McAllister, Alekhya Reddy, Macklin Thomas, Ellen Dries and Preston Wiley
 
Coronado High School
Aratza Vega
 
Desert Mountain High School
Tea Jaimes, Laksman Patel, Cecilia Zhao, Tingting Bi, Michelle Hadeed, Caroline Link, Arun Mohan and Steven Adelberg
 
Saguaro High School
Viona Fedora, Neej Patel, Seth Tutnick and Virenzyth Fedora
 
Scottsdale Online Learning
Rachel Sowar
 
See Scottsdale Mayor’s Youth Council
 
Four SUSD Students Win the Mayor's Constitution Day Contest
To commemorate Constitution Day, The Honorable W. J. “Jim” Lane hosted a Mayor’s Constitution Day Contest. The City of Scottsdale received 132 entries for the contest. The contest was divided into three categories. Scottsdale Unified School District (SUSD) had four grand prize winners and several finalists. The grand prize winners are: Gabe Ozaki, a student at Desert Canyon Middle School, 6th-8th grade essay winner, Camryn Sliger, a student at Desert Canyon Middle School, 6th-8th grade art winner, Steven Adelberg, a student at Desert Mountain High School, high school essay winner, and Julia Mionis, a student at Chaparral High School, high school art winner.
 

The following SUSD students were finalists:
  • Pueblo: Donovan Davis (essay)
  • Mohave: Andrea Mitrovic (art), Benjamin Yee (art), Daniel Hutton (essay) and Julia Greteman (essay)
  • Chaparral – all art:  Brooke Martin, Maia Nagle, Grace Lieberman and Spencer Scher
  • Desert Canyon Middle: Tyler Crum (art) Elise Short (art), Brenden Weinberg (art), Ellie Fern (essay) and Samantha Hirsch (essay)
  • Coronado: Natalee Esposito (essay)
  • Desert Mountain: Christine Curran (essay)
 
Scottsdale Teen Employment Symposium is Coming!

The next Scottsdale Teen Employment Symposium is coming over Fall Break, Tuesday, October 14 and Wednesday, October 15, 2014, 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. The Symposium will be located at Scottsdale Community College this year!!
 
This will be 2 fun-filled days of interactive workforce development workshops, activities, food and prizes for Scottsdale teens 14-18 years old.
 
Teens will be immersed in job search techniques, workforce skills, social media management and college/career exploration. As a special reward for participation, Symposium teens will attend our Symposium Job Fair to interact with hiring employers, internship and volunteer programs. Teens will also receive a mock interview from a local Scottsdale professional.
 
To qualify teens must either live in Scottsdale or attend a Scottsdale school and be able to attend both days of the event. Registration will open online Monday, September 1, 2014.
 
The Event is FREE!  Teens, parents and others can sign up here to get 2014 Symposium updates

 
Introduction to Don Time 2014-15


Welcome to the 2014-15 school year. Coronado High School is proud to offer daily Don Time as one of our support times for student success. Please take a moment to view this video to learn about Don Time - click here
 
 
1st Quarter Don Dollar Drawings


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