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    Coppell High School

    Coppell High School

    A Tradition of Excellence

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    School Hours & Lunch

    8:20 a.m. - 3:50 p.m.
     
     Lunch A  11:12-11:42 a.m.
     Lunch B  11:47-12:17 p.m.
     Lunch C  12:22-12:52 p.m.
     

    CG3: iPad Initiative


    Want to know more about setting Parent Controls on the iPad? Visit our Safety and Security section.

    Questions about iPad Damage, Repairs or Insurance? Visit our Frequently Asked Questions section.

    Welcome

    Guiding Purpose: Learners succeed in a future they create!
     
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    Welcome to Coppell High School.  CHS is proud to be a center for 21st century learning and home to the finest students in the United States.  We encourage you to follow us on Facebook and Twitter and watch our video blog for the latest news. The 2016-17 school year promises to be exciting and successful for students and staff members.  Join us in living our campus theme:  #IAmCHS.  Each of Us, Strengthens All of Us!

    Announcements

    • STAAR TESTING:   Learners who are in Algebra 1, Biology, or US History will be taking the STAAR End-of-Course exams on the following days: 

      • May 2nd:  Algebra 1 EOC
      • May 3rd:  Biology and US History EOC 

      Make sure you know your room assignment prior to test day and be on time to testing.  Please bring pencils and a novel to read after you have completed your exam. If you have any questions, please email Barbara Pitt —testing coordinator (bpitt@coppellisd.com).

       

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    • For those taking AP exams, please be checking your email for your exam time and room assignment.  Total Registration will email you this information.  You must be on-time to your exam.  Anyone arriving late will not test and will not receive a refund.

       Please also note the following for AP testing: 

      • Bring your student ID or driver’s license to testing.

      • Bring pencils and black or blue ink pens.

      • Only clear pencil bags are allowed.

      • No highlighters are allowed during testing.

      • No electronic devices are allowed in the testing room. 

      • No backpacks are allowed in the testing room.  You will need to talk to your AP teacher about where to leave your backpack during testing.

      • If you bring water and/or snacks, you will need to leave them in the front of the testing room. 

       If you have any other questions, please email Barbara Pitt—testing coordinator (bpitt@coppellisd.com) or talk to your AP teacher.

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    • Softball Playoffs will be a 1 game series at 7:30 pm on Friday, April 28 at the Cowboy Field (CISD Baseball/Softball Complex)

      1301 State Champions Parkway, Coppell, TX 75019

      Tickets:  Adults $4.00 and Students $3.00

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    • Baseball Playoffs: 

      All Games at QuikTrip Park 

      1651 Lone Star Pkwy, Grand Prairie, TX 75050

      Games are Thursday, May 4 at 7:30 pm;  Friday, May 5 at 8:00 pm

      and  (if needed) Saturday, May 6 at Noon

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    • Athletic Physicals for 2017-2018 School Year
      Students entering 7-12 grades and are planning to participate in UIL Athletics during 2017-2018 school year can get their physicals done on Saturday, April 22 or Saturday, April 29 at Old Town Family Practice for $20.

      Tickets can be purchased at https://coppellphysicals.eventbrite.com.

      Any questions can be directed to Yvette Carson at ycarson@coppellisd.com

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    • 2017-2018 Course Catalog - 10th-12th Grades
      The 2017-2018 course catalog has been posted for our current 8th, 9th, 10th and 11th grade students.  To review the catalog select the link below.

      9th Grade in 2017-18

      10th -12th Grade in 2017-2018

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    • Important Parent/Student Reminders:

      Please have your student bring lunch, lunch money or ensure that lunch accounts have funds. This year we are restricting deliveries to our Horseshoe Reception Desk and no longer accept lunch deliveries, band instruments, cash or technology items.

       

      Please remember to have your student charge their iPad each day and bring it to school with them each day. If your student has not protected their device with an iPad case, we highly encourage you to do so (as stated in the CHS iPad User Handbook). This step will help maintain the device in proper working order, while minimizing the opportunities of damages and repair fees.

       

      Attendance Reminders:

      Planned  Appointment-

      • Send a note with your child in the morning that states name, grade, student ID, reason for leaving and time they need to leave the building,
      • Your child will then go to their assistant principal office, retrieve a gold pass to leave the building at the designated time on the note,
      • Your child will then sign themselves out at the appropriate time in their AP office,
      • They will meet you at the Main Entrance outside by the flag poles,
      • And if returning to school that day, they will sign themselves back in at the assistant principal office and present the documentation necessary to confirm the appointment for an excused absence.  They may bring the documentation the next day if they are not returning within the same day.

       

      Unplanned Appointment-

      The Parent/Guardian/Emergency Contact must come in the building with your State issued ID and report to the reception desk(horseshoe) to sign your child out.  Please note that this process could take up to 20 minutes as it just depends on the events taking place in the building when you come in to sign them out.  Please do not park in the fire lane and leave your car unattended as this could have a negative result.

      We work as quickly as possible for you to retrieve your student.

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    • Would you like the latest information on what is happening at CHS? Join Principal, Mike Jasso for a video blog sharing CHS news.
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    • Are you are looking for information on how Texas House Bill 5 affects your student? Select the "Course Registration" tab that is located under the scrolling pictures. The top three selections have detailed information relating to this topic.
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    • Volunteer Background Check. Must fill out before volunteering at any district school.

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    Request for Change of Information

    At the beginning of the year, we asked for parents to submit information in the Online Registration process (Infosnap). That was a one-time only submission process. Unfortunately, that was also a one-time only opportunity to change information. We realize that information does change throughout the year. So if you need something to be changed (added/deleted), here are the procedures. 
    If you need to request changes to information of your student, please follow the steps below:
     
    Include the Following Information:
    • Full Name of Student: Last, First
    • Student ID: 5 Digit number
    • Reason for Request: (examples)
      • Student Information
      • Student’s Contact Information
      • Student’s Medical Condition
      • Other (iPad, E-Communication, Disclosure, Honor Roll Lunch)
    The change will be made within 24 hours but it may not be reflective in the Home Access Center (if applicable) for 48 hours. Click here for additional instructions.

    New Student

    2016-17 New Student Enrollment Information

    Please click the link below (New Student Enrollment) to get all the pertinent information required to get your child or children enrolled.  

    New student enrollment for the 2016-17 school year will begin in AUGUST

    Email is the most efficient way to schedule appointments. Coppell High School has online enrollment. You will need a password to enroll your student online. Prior to scheduling your appointment, please refer to the New Student Enrollment PDF for required information. Email the appropriate Registrar the answers to the 16 Questions on the New Student Enrollment document. Once you provide this information, a password, instructions and an appointment time will be emailed to you.
    • Interested in the Gifted and Talented program or been in the GT program in another district? Click here for information.

     

    Seniors

    April 19 –DAP Hood Order, Jostens in Main Hallway, All Lunches,$35 cash or money order

    April 22 –Senior Prom (Southfork-Dallas)

    May 10 –DAP HOOD Delivery, Jostens in Main Hallway, All Lunches

    May 24 –Senior Awards Ceremony (9a, Arena)

    Seniors Leave for Six Flags following Ceremony

    May 25 –Mandatory Graduation Practice (4:00p, Large Gym/Arena)

    June 1 –Graduation (5p, UNT Coliseum, Denton, TX)

    Seniors arrive at 3pm

    Principal's Corner

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    Contact Us

     Main  214.496.6100
     Fax  214.496.6166
     Counselor  214.496.6140
     Library  214.496.6164
       

    Campus/District Tours

    CISD360 TOUR

    Coppell ISD will host a 2 day tour in November 2017. The tour will include a chance to visit campuses and attend workshops delivered by our staff. If you are interested in attending the 2 day tour please visit http://www.coppellisd.com/CISD360

    Campus Tours

    Thank you for your interest in visiting one or more of our campuses in CISD.  All school tours are organized through CISD.  The tours for the 2016-2017 school year have ended. They will start again in October 2017.

    Prospective New Student Tour

    Individual(s) interested in seeing the CHS campus must schedule a tour with De Ann Sills (contact info below). We will try to arrange the tour when it is convenient for the participating individual(s).  We will conduct the tour on almost any school day unless we are testing.
    *Note: You MUST reside in the CISD boundaries in order to attend a Coppell school.
     
    De Ann Sills
    214-496-6426
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