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How Will You Remember Graduation

Graduation Day is rapidly approaching, and  Campus Candids Graduation Foto will  be at the College Park Graduation Ceremony to capture all graduates as they receive their diplomas.


They will send an email link to the website as soon as the graduation photos are on line. Simply email your school, name and address to colleen@pics4u.com


For more information, visit Campus Candids Graduation Foto at www.Gradfotonetwork.com or call 1-800-453-0335.

Posted by: Web master
Published: 5/20/15

Save the date(s) for Walk Thru 2015

Mark your calendars now!

  • Wed., Aug. 19: 9:00am to 12:00pm for Freshman and Seniors
  • Thurs., Aug. 20: 9:00am to 12:00pm for Sophomores and Juniors
  • Thurs., Aug. 20: 5:00pm to 6:30pm for those unable to make it at their regularly scheduled days and times

Please Note: There will be a separate Freshman Orientation on Tues., Aug. 18: 9:00am to 2:00pm.  


Further information on the Orientation and Walk Thru will be posted this summer.

Posted by: Web master
Published: 5/18/15

DonorsChoose Request-Tablets for History Class

With your help, I would like to ensure that my students have the materials they need to succeed. To that end, I have created a request for my classroom at DonorsChoose.org:
 

21st Century Skills: Research in the Classroom


My Project: My students need 10 tablets in order to conduct research in the history classroom. Students will use the tablets to research in class. Students will be able to instantly find answers to their questions and ascertain if the websites they are utilizing are trustworthy. Students will be able to do much more with a tablet then they would with textbooks that are older than they are.


Thank you,

Ms. Laima Haider

Posted by: Web master
Published: 5/11/15

Whooping Cough-Important Update

CP Families,

There have been five reported cases of Pertussis (Whooping Cough) at our campus. Our Nurse Madeira A. Fountaine RN, MSN, has been in contact with the County Health Department and we are following all recommended procedures. The CHD has recommended that, as a proactive approach to provide parents direct information, we provide the following link:


Pertussis (Whooping Cough) at http://cchealth.org/pertussis/

Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with this health issue. Thank you.

Posted by: Web master
Published: 5/6/15

CAASPP Parent and Guardian Letter

Dear Parent or Guardian,


This spring, students in grades three through eight and grade eleven will take part in the first statewide administration of the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP). 

These computer-based tests will replace the former paper-based, multiple-choice assessments in English language arts/literacy (ELA) and math.  The science tests will still be paper-based.  


Please click on the flyer below for full details about this important testing process.

Posted by: Web master
Published: 4/2/15

Message from the Principal

Message From the Principal
 

The letter below is a proactive alert message to parents from the Student Resource Police Officer that serves Northgate High School. I have inserted College Park in place of Northgate High School as we have also observed this trend with students abusing prescription drugs and believe this message is important.
 

Thank you,

Paul Gengler


 

Dear College Park Parents/Guardians,

 

I wanted to take a moment to reach out to the College Park community regarding an alarming trend I, and the administration, are seeing among our students: the use of XANAX.

 

It is widely known that alcohol and marijuana are the two most traditionally abused substances by youth. However, in law enforcement we find that there is often a third abused substance that becomes popular. This third substance is ever changing. This year it happens to be Xanax, a drug used to treat anxiety and panic disorders.

 

So, please know these few things about XANAX:

 

  • Xanax is a drug in the benzodiazepine family (others include Valium, Librium, and Restoril).
  • Like many addictive substances, when the drug level falls below a certain threshold, addiction symptoms begin to appear and another dose must be taken to return to 'normal'.
  • Xanax is sometimes taken by some with the intent on getting the relaxed state it produces. This is especially dangerous when it is taken in combination with alcohol or opiates to get a more intense 'high'. Combining Benzodiazepines like Xanax with alcohol has led to deaths from respiratory depression.
  • In some cases, Xanax has been used as a "date rape drug". This is because it has a relatively sudden onset (1 - 2 hours), has stronger effects when mixed with alcohol, and has a side effect of memory loss.
  • A person on Xanax may appear like someone who is "drunk". They may, for example, present as drowsy, have dizziness, insomnia, memory problems, poor balance or coordination, slurred speech, trouble concentrating, and irritability.

 

Among the most powerful deterrents to drug use of any kind is effective communication. Don't hesitate to have discussions with your kids about this and other issues. Communication builds trust. Trust builds solid foundations. Solid foundations support good choices.

 

Thank you for reading.

Be safe

Officer Raquel

 

Principal's Message: Bell Schedule 2015-2016


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Dear CPHS Parents, 


After careful consideration, numerous discussions, and input from students and parents, the CPHS teachers have determined the Hybrid Schedule with RTI would best address the learning needs of all students more


 

Principals Message - Standardized Test Update


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Dear Parents,


As we move into spring, we are nearing the time when students will participate in the annual state tests. This year, teachers at College Park High School are helping students learn and presenting course information in new ways more


 

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