November 20 Announcements

Normal Bell Schedule.

  • There will be several midshipmen visiting the NJROTC classroom They will be talking about their experiences at the Naval Academy and answering any questions the cadets may have during periods 1-5.  If any students are interested in attending the Naval Academy or just want to learn more about how the service academies, they are most welcome to attend one of these sessions, or join us for informal discussion during the lunch period.
  • GSA will be meeting in room 194 today. Please join us to plan for the holidays!!
  • The first Spirit Club meeting is today during lunch in room 205/207. Spirit Club is a way to meet new people and boost school spirit. We hope to see you there.
  • Make sure you have enough to read for the four day weekend!  Stop by the Library and check out our books.
  • SENIORSSweatshirts are in and available for purchase at the top of the ramp for $30. Come see your class officers at lunch at the top of the ramp!  Supplies are limited so get yours today!
  • If you are going out for a sport/activity you MUST get a “gold” ticket from Mrs. Huffer for each sport/activity. If you have any questions please go see Mrs. Huffer.
  • Buckstop is open Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday during lunch!

November 19 Announcements

PLC Late Start Bell Schedule.

  • SENIORSSweatshirts are in and available for purchase at the top of the ramp for $30. Come see your class officers at lunch at the top of the ramp!  Supplies are limited so get yours today!
  • If you are going out for a sport/activity you MUST get a “gold” ticket from Mrs. Huffer for each sport/activity. If you have any questions please go see Mrs. Huffer.
  • Buckstop is open Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday during lunch!

November is Alaska Native American Indian Heritage Month

  • Alaskans are proud to honor the memory of Alaska Native civil rights activist, Elizabeth Wanamaker Peratrovich (July 4, 1911 – December 1, 1958), who is credited with securing the Alaska Territorial Legislature’s passage of the Anti-Discrimination Act of 1945.
  • Elizabeth Peratrovich worked tirelessly to lobby for anti-discrimination legislation and as an Alaska Native woman of the Tlingit Nation, Elizabeth Peratrovich tirelessly championed equality and achieved a lasting legacy that has impacted all Alaskans.  We are proud and honor her memory.
  • Elizabeth Peratrovich Day is February 16th  

November 16 Announcements

Normal Bell Schedule.

  • SENIORSSweatshirts are in and available for purchase at the top of the ramp for $30. Come see your class officers at lunch at the top of the ramp!  Supplies are limited so get yours today!
  • If you are going out for a sport/activity you MUST get a “gold” ticket from Mrs. Huffer for each sport/activity. If you have any questions please go see Mrs. Huffer.
  • Buckstop is open Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays during lunch!
  • Alaska Railroad Tour Guide Training Program is accepting applications. Full detail are here.

November is Alaska Native American Indian Heritage Month

November 15 Announcements

Normal Bell Schedule.

  • Several Sailors from the USS Alaska, a Ballistic Nuclear Submarine, will be visiting the NJROTC classroom today.  They will be talking about what they do and answering questions from the cadets during periods 1-5.  If anyone wants to attend one of these sessions, or join us for informal discussion during the lunch period, please let GySgt Dervaes or LtCol Koloski know so we can ensure there is enough seating. A KTVA News Crew will be here at some point during the morning to cover the event, so please ensure students are aware that if they come down to see the sailors that they may be filmed.
  • Did you Lose Something? Clothing, water bottles, reading glasses, lunch boxes.  The Attendance Office has a tremendous amount of lost and found.  Please come visit the office and see if you can find what was once lost.
  • If you are going out for a sport/activity you MUST get a “gold” ticket from Mrs. Huffer for each sport/activity. If you have any questions please go see Mrs. Huffer.
  • Buckstop is open Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays during lunch!
  • Alaska Railroad Tour Guide Training Program is accepting applications. Full detail are here.

November is Alaska Native American Indian Heritage Month

  • Our goal is to educate our students about American Indian and Alaska Native tribes, cultures and traditions. Also, to raise recognition of the challenges Native people have faced from the past to the present, and the ways in which American Indians and Alaska Native peoples have worked to overcome these obstacles.
  • It is still ROCK YOUR MOCS! Week!  Wear your mocs and celebrate Native and American Indian Heritage Month.

November 14 Announcements

Normal Bell Schedule.

  • Did you Lose Something? Clothing, water bottles, reading glasses, lunch boxes.  The Attendance Office has a tremendous amount of lost and found.  Please come visit the office and see if you can find what was once lost.
  • If you are going out for a sport/activity you MUST get a “gold” ticket from Mrs. Huffer for each sport/activity. If you have any questions please go see Mrs. Huffer.
  • Buckstop is open Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays during lunch!

November is Alaska Native American Indian Heritage Month

  • Since 1990, November has been declared as Alaska Native American Indian Heritage Month. November is a time to celebrate history, traditions, and rich and diverse cultures. Within Alaska, there are 11 distinct cultures, with 22 different dialects. For the month of November, please join us to celebrate Native Heritage Month and research our local history and learn about Alaska’s first peoples.
  • People worldwide will celebrate Rock Your Mocs! This week.  This event honors indigenous tribes standing together to represent their diverse cultures and ancestors by wearing their moccasins. If you do not have moccasins, you are encouraged to wear turquoise or a turquoise ribbon.

November 13 Announcements

Normal Bell Schedule.

  • Congratulations to all our mathletes! Chugiak earned 2nd place overall with West Valley taking top honors this year. Extra congratulations to our top scorers Spencer Allen and Max Harke tied for 2nd place with a score of 3. And our first place honors go to Billy Smith with a score of 4 which ties with the highest score in the state.
  • Artists!  The annual Bookmark Contest has arrived.  Come to the library for the rules!  Artwork is due by December 10.
  • Did you Lose Something? Clothing, water bottles, reading glasses, lunch boxes.  The Attendance Office has a tremendous amount of lost and found.  Please come visit the office and see if you can find what was once lost.
  • If you are going out for a sport/activity you MUST get a “gold” ticket from Mrs. Huffer for each sport/activity. If you have any questions please go see Mrs. Huffer.
  • Buckstop is open Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays during lunch!

November 9 Announcements

Normal Bell Schedule.

  • Calling all interested in Basketball Cheer! Come see Ms. Grasse in room 200 today at lunch!
  • NHS has a meeting today at lunch in Room 4. All meetings are mandatory. Please see an advisor or officer if you are unable to make it.
  • If you received a senior superlative, please see Mrs. Logan in room 4 to schedule a time for your picture.
  • SENIORS: CHS is hosting FAFSA night at CHS Tuesday November 13th from 6-8PM in Computer Lab 57. Bring your social security number and parent’s 2017 federal tax forms.  Filing assistance will be available!
  • SENIORS: Planning to attend UAA next year. Please see your counselor to sign up for UAA”s Early Application day at CHS on November 15th. By applying for admission on this date, UAA will waiver the $50 application fee and your name will be submitted for on-campus scholarships.
  • If you are going out for a sport/activity you MUST get a “gold” ticket from Mrs. Huffer for each sport/activity. If you have any questions please go see Mrs. Huffer.
  • Buckstop is open Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays during lunch!