CCSD Announces High School 2018 Summer School Options

CCSD Announces High School 2018 Summer School Options

The Cherokee County School District is offering summer school opportunities for students to gain recovery credit for high school classes not passed during the regular school year. Additionally, Personal Fitness and Health courses will be offered for initial high school credit. The District is also offering an opportunity for specifically identified rising ninth-grade students to participate in a Summer Bridge program to preview core ninth-grade content, with an emphasis on high school transition skills and processes. Details and complete registration information can be found here.

Credit Recovery

Face-to-Face Credit Recovery
Face-to-Face classes for credit recovery will be offered at Etowah HS where courses will be teacher taught.  These classes are only for credit recovery.  Courses are offered based upon sufficient demand (see listing on registration materials).  Classes are June 11-29, meeting for four hours daily, either 8 a.m. to noon, or 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. Attendance at all classes is mandatory.  Early Registration will be available from May 1-25 and students may register in the counselors’ office at their home high school.  Registration will also be Tuesday, June 5, from 8 a.m. to noon at Etowah HS. Cost is $200 per class/half credit. Cash, credit card or money order payment required at registration.

Virtual Credit Recovery
Virtual courses for credit recovery will be offered at each high school and facilitated by a certified teacher.  Classes are June 11–29.  Early Registration will be May 1-25 at each high school through the counselors’ office.  Students must attend until online coursework is complete.  Cost is $200 per class/half unit of credit.  Cash, credit card or money order payment required at registration.

Morning Sessions: 8:00 AM to 12:00 AM Afternoon Sessions: 12:30 PM to 4:30 PM Course Title Virtual Course Face-to-Face Course 9th Literature/Comp A X X 10th World Literature/Comp A X X 11th American Literature/Comp A X X 12th English Literature/Comp A X X Physical Science A GPS/GSE X X Biology A GPS/GSE X X Chemistry A GPS/GSE X X Environmental Science A GPS/GSE X X Earth Systems A GPS/GSE X X Personal Fitness X X GSE Foundations of Algebra A X X GSE Algebra I A X X GSE Analytic Geometry A X X GSE Geometry A X X GSE Algebra II A X X GSE Pre-Calculus A X X Adv Math Decision Making A X X Math of Finance A X X Statistical Reasoning A X X U. S. History A X Economics X World History A X Course Title Virtual Course Face-to-Face Course 9th Literature/Comp B X X 10th World Literature/Comp B X X 11th American Literature/Comp B X X 12th English Literature/Comp B X X Physical Science B GPS/GSE X X Biology B GPS/GSE X X Chemistry B GPS/GSE X X Environmental Science B GPS/GSE X X Earth Systems B GPS/GSE X X Health X X GSE Foundations of Algebra B X X GSE Algebra I B X X GSE Analytic Geometry B X X GSE Geometry B X X GSE Algebra II B X X GSE Pre-Calculus B X X Adv Math Decision Making B X X Math of Finance B X X Statistical Reasoning B X X U. S. History B X U. S. Government X World History B X

Initial Credit for Personal Fitness and Health

Rising 9th-graders may elect to take a half unit of Personal Fitness and/or Health for high school credit.  Classes are June 11-29, meeting for four hours daily (Personal Fitness 8 a.m. to noon and Health 12:30 to 4:30 p.m.), and will be offered at Cherokee HS (for Cherokee, Creekview and Sequoyah students) and Etowah HS (for Etowah, River Ridge and Woodstock students).  No transportation is provided.  Attendance at all classes is mandatory.  Registration is May 7-18 at each middle school’s main office.  High school students still needing to take these courses are also eligible to register through their school’s Counselors’ office.  Cost is $200 per course/half unit of credit.  Cash, credit card or money order payment required at registration.

Summer Bridge

High schools will be working with middle schools to invite select, at-risk rising Grade 9 students to attend Summer Bridge which is June 11-29 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at each high school.  There is no cost for the program.  Although no course credit is awarded for participation, the program allows students to preview academic content, focus on study skills, learn to navigate the high school campus and build relationships with fellow students and high school staff.  The program resembles a camp atmosphere whose goal is to prepare students for a smooth and successful transition to high school.  No transportation is provided.

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CCSD Celebrates National Girls and Women in Sports Day

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More than 700 female athletes from Cherokee County’s six high schools participated in the county’s annual celebration of National Girls and Women in Sports Day (NGWSD), held Monday, February 5, at Cherokee High School. NGWSD recognizes the contributions female athletes have made in their sports, acknowledges the challenges they have overcome, and celebrates the positive influence of sports participation for girls and women everywhere, as well as the impact of Title IX legislation that guarantees equal access to athletics for females.

National Girls and Women in Sports Day is celebrated in all 50 states with community-based events, award ceremonies, and activities honoring athletic achievements and encouragement of female participation in sports.  Cherokee County School District takes part in this special day by hosting its own event, which it has done since 2005.

“Thirteen years ago, we began this tradition,” said Laiken Wade, a basketball player who helped coordinate the event as part of her Senior Project at Cherokee HS. “Today, we put our rivalries aside, come together and celebrate.  We celebrate our schools, we celebrate our coaches, we celebrate our peers, and we celebrate our awesomeness!”

“The National Girls and Women in Sports Day Coalition knows that educating the public about the power of this legislation is critical to its enforcement,” said event coordinator Tonya Sebring, athletic director at Woodstock HS. ”The more you understand Title IX and the rights it protects, the more you can advocate for others not as fortunate as us.

“This year’s National Theme is Play Fair Play IX,” Sebring told the crowd.  “As a way to celebrate this day and the support of our School District, the 2018 Theme for CCSD is ‘WE play fair, WE play IX’.”

The program honors a coach each year for his/her contributions and support of female athletes. This year’s recipient was Anita Dodd from Woodstock HS.  Coach Dodd has led girls’ sports teams in Cherokee County for more than 30 years, coaching teams in volleyball, cheerleading, basketball, lacrosse and golf. Last year, Dodd was the Cherokee County Golf Coach of the Year and led the Lady Wolverines to a 7th place finish in the state, producing the division 7A low medalist and state champion Abby Bolt.

Each school also honored an alumna, an athlete of the year and a team of the year.

  • Cherokee High School honored alumna Bree Wells; Athlete of the Year Taylor Cates; and selected Lady Warriors Basketball as Team of the Year.
  • Creekview High School honored alumna Ansley Henson; Athletes of the Year Makena Gates and Emilie Wilkie; and selected Lady Grizzlies Softball as Team of the Year.
  • Etowah High School honored alumna Kelsey Hodgson; Athlete of the Year Skylar Wallace; and selected Lady Eagle Softball and Volleyball as Teams of the Year.
  • River Ridge HS honored alumna Angel Cornista; Athlete of the Year Ryley Decoteau; and selected Lady Knights Basketball as Team of the Year.
  • Sequoyah HS honored alumna Jordan Haley; Athlete of the Year Ashley Painter; and Lady Chief Volleyball as Team of the Year.
  • Woodstock HS honored alumna Emily Bowman; Athlete of the Year Anna Burnett; and selected the Wolverines’ Competition Cheer Squad as Team of the Year.

 

The event was attended and supported by high school principals and athletic directors, as well as Superintendent of School Dr. Brian Hightower, School Board Chair Kyla Cromer, and School Board Members Patsy Jordan and Kelly Poole. Event sponsor was Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.

A video about this event can be viewed here:  https://youtu.be/WF15uaW52nI


Dealership Donates Truck to Raise $200K for CCSD High School Football & Band Programs

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Raffle ticket sales are underway to raise $200,000 for CCSD’s high school football and band programs… and one lucky ticket-holder will win a 2017 Dodge Ram 1500 Truck valued at $48,700 donated by Shottenkirk Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram of Canton!

 

shottenkirk logoTickets are $5 each; the drawing will be during halftime at the CCSD Varsity Brands Senior Bowl on Dec. 7 at River Ridge HS (you don’t need to be present to win; you must be 18 or older to win; taxes, tags and title to be paid by winner).

Tickets are for sale through CCSD’s high schools; online sales still are available through these sites: Cherokee HS: www.cherokeetruckraffle.com; Creekview HS: www.gogrizzly.net/winthetruck; Etowah HS: http://ehseagleband.org/shottenkirk/; Sequoyah HS: https://secure.affinipay.com/pages/sequoyah-band-football/truck-raffle

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CCSD Posts High School Varsity Football 2017-18 Schedule

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Love the Friday Night Lights? It’s almost that time of year in Cherokee County… with high school varsity football kicking off next week. Here’s a schedule to keep and share with your fellow fans. Games begin at 7:30 p.m. and it’s $8 at the gate. #CCSDfam

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CCSD’s 2016 Varsity Football Season Kicks Off Aug. 12

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Are you ready for some football?

Here’s a complete listing of Cherokee County School District 2016 High School Varsity Football Games: CCSD 2016 Varsity Football Schedule .

Mark your calendar so you can cheer on our outstanding student-athletes!

Times and dates are subject to change due to inclement weather.