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Principal: Clinton H. Giles Our job is to improve, not just maintain.” Vice Principals: R Tommy Canterbury Wendy D Bailey Susan M Young Angela S Cruikshank
Graduation/Commencement Participation Requirements have Changed!
22.01Graduation Requirements. Students are required to earn twenty five (25) credits in order to graduate. Specific graduation requirements for students in Kanawha County Schools are outlined in the Senior Course Description Handbook that is published annually for students and parents. All graduation requirements will be in accordance with West Virginia Board of Education Policy 2510. In the past it has been Kanawha County Schools policy to permit students who were within one credit or less of meeting graduation requirements to participate in the annual graduation/commencement activities hosted by the school. Beginning with the 2009 - 2010 school year, participation in the annual graduation/commencement activities will include only those students who have accumulated the 25 credits in the requisite areas specified by the Kanawha County Board of Education. All students are encouraged to ensure that they meet graduation requirements as soon as possible through meeting with their respective counselors. We do not wish to find ourselves in the unenviable position of having to tell a student and their parent or guardian that they will not be permitted to participate in the annual graduation/commencement activities of Capital High School, after all appropriate preparations and arrangements had been made by the student.
New Faculty and Staff Members
Several new members have joined the faculty and staff at Capital High School for the 2011 - 2012 school year. We have asked that you join us in giving them a hearty welcome to the home of the Cougars! We ask again that you join us in welcoming to Capital High School Mr. Bryan England who is our new In School Suspension/Alternative Learning Center teacher. Mr. England comes to us from Andrew Jackson Middle School where he was a teacher of gifted students. He is assuming the position vacated by Mr. Barry Albright, who has transferred to Cedar Grove Community School to serve as a counselor there. Mr. England hails from Asheboro, N.C. He attended Carolina Community College and holds a bachelors degree in Secondary Social Studies from West Virginia State University. He and his wife Lara reside in Winfield, WV. The ISS/ALC position has been instrumental in assisting us to reduce our dropout rate and increase our graduation rate. Also joining us for the second semester is Mr. Michl Lowe, who is serving as a counseling intern in our ninth grade transition Academy, Capital Success University (C.S.U.) and working with our counseling staff with the remaining classes. He is a graduate of Mount Vernon Nazarene University, where he obtained his undergraduate degree in counseling and is a graduate of the Marshall University Graduate College. Currently employed by Highland Hospital as a counselor, he and his wife Alicia have a daughter Katrina, 2, and another child on the way. We welcome Mr. England and Mr. Lowe to the faculty and staff of Capital High School and wish for both of them nothing but the greatest success with all of our students.
The Role of Effort!
All final exams for the first semester have been completed. Grades have been recorded. Report cards have been printed
and distributed to students. Many students and parents are pleased with the grades they have received. Many other students and parents are quite displeased with the grades their students received. Almost invariably, a student’s success and/or failure in school is dependent upon one frequently overlooked variable. That variable of which we speak, is effort! Studies have shown that when asked to list or cite reasons for success or failure in school/class, students seldom list effort as a major determining factor. They do list: the task itself, task difficulty, low skill levels, other people, natural causes and the like. Seldom is effort – and/or the lack thereof - listed as a major factor contributing to the success or failure that the student experiences. Bearing this in mind, we encourage all students to engage in a bit of serious introspection, looking inside of themselves, asking whether or not they put forth their best effort in classes during the first semester. If your honest answer is yes, then by all means continue what you have been doing. Likewise, if your honest answer is no, then you need to realign your priorities so that it would be possible for you to put forth your maximum effort in all of your classes! Do not dupe yourselves into believing that the same effort you put forth in classes in which you performed poorly the first semester will produce a different more acceptable result when the second semester ends. We urge you all to put forth your very best efforts in all of your classes each and every day of the school year! By doing so you enhance your chances of achieving academically, at the highest possible level and your chances for coming closest to realizing your fullest potential, mentally; emotionally; socially; physically; and spiritually!
Tardy Policy Revision
Due to the unacceptable number of tardies to class and to school during the first semester, Capital High School administration has implemented some revisions to the tardy policy. One part of the policy will remain the same; a student will receive after school detention (ASD) upon their forth and subsequent tardies. Beginning with the new semester, the student will not be permitted to class after a tardy, but will be required to remain in the in school suspension room (or tardy tank), until the class is over. Students who are habitual
offenders of the policy and use it to skip class will soon identify themselves and be suspended pending a parent conference.
Advanced Placement Tests Dates and Fees
The Advanced Placement Exams for the 11-12 school year will be held at the University of Charleston beginning May 7th and ending May 18th. All students who are in an AP course are expected to take the exam. More information regarding exact test dates and times will be announced this spring. The fee for each AP exam is $87. If a student is taking more than one AP exam, you may submit one check for all exams. On the memo portion of the check, please place the name of the AP exam you are paying for. Students are to submit the fee to Mrs. Young. If you need fee assistance, please contact Mrs. Young at (304) 348-6500.
Applied Arts Life Skills in Action
Health 9 is under the instruction of Nate Johnson, a senior from West Virginia State University. They have been learning about advertising techniques and hidden messages. The students created banners with advertisement that had hidden messages. These are on display in the hallway and are receiving a lot of comments and feedback from their peers. They will also be discussing health care policies and professionals. Within this chapter students will learn about services and products, how to write a complaint letter, and evaluate products and services. Health 10 classes are currently working on the steps to responsible decision-making. It is important for young adults to have a model who will assist them in making major decisions during their lifetime. This model helps them to consider a variety of different options in order to make healthy decisions. It also emphasizes evaluating their decisions so that they can make better decisions in the future. Child Development classes are studying pregnancy and childbirth. Subjects covered in this unit include the developing baby, problems in prenatal development and how to avoid dangers to the baby. Also, labor and birth and
postnatal period will be covered. The students are currently caring for their 5 pound “Flour Baby” for two days. These projects allow the students to better understand that babies are a twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week job. Child Development II class students have been tracking the development of our daycare children using an assessment tool. After testing for strengths and weaknesses, the students have developed a plan to help the children’s progress in all areas of development. They are learning how important early training is to a child’s development. Students in Foods II began the semester studying how to prevent kitchen accidents and how to keep food safe to eat. Also in the unit they will study how to shop for food, read food labels, and store food once it’s brought home. In physical education the students are keeping track of their fitness level using a fitness portfolio. The students are interested in watching their progress over the semester. We hope the students will be able to see how important it is to keep in touch with their physical self and see that healthy choices are important in making them who they are. Students are now scheduling for next year’s Drivers Education classes. Drivers Ed is a great elective to sign up for since it is a lifetime skill and task. Upon satisfactory completion of the course you may get a reduction of your auto insurance. Check with your student’s counselor for signing up. JROTC has been studying military map reading. In addition to many drill and color guard competitions, they will be providing Color Guard for the Boys’ State Basketball Tournament on March 17, 2012.
CSU Newsletter----March 2012
The second semester is well underway for the freshman class. Mid-term report cards will be issued on March 20. All class work must be submitted before March 16 to ensure that everything is graded and recorded properly. Many ninth grade students did very well throughout the first semester; however, several students seemed to have struggled finding themselves and grounding themselves in the routines and expectations Capital High School establishes for our incoming students. It was from this group that teachers in the Capital Success University identified students who came to school regularly, but failed courses in spite of efforts made.
During this second semester, approximately 30 students were identified to participate in a mentoring program established and designed by the CSU staff. These students participate on a daily basis, either by talking specifically with their own Homeroom teacher about their grades, counseling in large group with a school counselor and/or our school based Prevention Resource Officer (PRO), participating in our own in-house CHS mentoring program with upper classmen, or by participating in a E-mentoring program sponsored by the West Virginia Education Alliance. This E-mentoring program is still in its piloting years but is quickly attaining support throughout the state. Students work through a series of twelve lessons to help guide them on a path to career success. A key component to the E-mentoring program is that students get to communicate via e-mail with adults in the field of study which the student is directly interested in pursuing. Students can ask pointed questions and get responses from professionals in the field. During our school’s initial sign-up with the program, local news media covered the event and put Capital in the spotlight of being a school implementing this worthwhile program. To see this media coverage please visit http://www.wowktv.com/story/17002801/innovative-onlinementoring-program-comes-to-charlestons-capital-high-school. Individuals wishing to learn more about the program or who want to sign up to become an E-mentor can visit http://www.wvementoring.org. CCC CSU teachers are continuing to share time visiting other colleagues’ classrooms in an effort to improve their own teaching styles and techniques. Last month, teachers within the CSU program of Capital High School were selected to implement the Collegial Collaborative Consultation program that allows teachers to visit another classroom to see firsthand what goes on in other classrooms that make them successful. This is an example of peer coaching at its finest. Teachers become self-reflective in initiating strategies that work to get students involved and interacting with the curricula at hand, thus raising student achievement. Teachers will continue to share ideas and best practices as they visit classrooms and discuss in open dialogue what it is that they see happening that promotes good teaching and learning.
Capital High School has 20 Spanish students enrolled in a college Spanish Class through the University of Charleston. Those students will receive college credit for the class they are taking in high school. Congratulations to those hardworking Spanish students. The traditional international luncheon will be held in the foreign language hall on Thursday March 29. Students studying a world language will select a recipe that reflects the language they are studying, prepare that dish, and bring it to school the next morning. Teachers have requested that students bring their food in disposable containers to help with the organization of the luncheon. With four hundred students participating, it is impossible to keep track of and return individual dishes. Please do not send serving utensils the department has plenty. Students will have three lunch periods to enjoy the luncheon. It is one of the most enjoyable days for the World Language Department, and we wish thank the parents of our students for their support of this endeavor
Capital High School has 145 students registered to participate in the academic competition at Marshall University. With the strong support of the administration, students have registered for competitions in surprising numbers. Many students are competing in three areas. Students willing to spend their first weekend of spring break to represent their school in an academic competition are to be commended. Participants and chaperones will leave the Capital High School parking lot at 7:00 a.m. on the school bus provided by the county on Saturday, March 31. Students will compete from 9:00 a.m. to noon. Marshall University provides a free lunch in their cafeteria for all participants. At 1:00 p.m. everyone will gather in the Henderson Gym for an awards assembly. Any parent wishing to attend the competition is welcome to come with us or come later and join us for the awards assembly. We should return to school at approximately 4:30 p.m. on Saturday.
We have a fine candidate for the teacher exchange program for the coming school year, but we must have a host family before we extend the invitation. The candidate is a 24 yearold young lady from Spain who has studied English in Ireland and plans to become a teacher upon receiving her Masters degree in teacher training in June 2012 from the University of Valladolid, Spain. Marta would like to have a year’s experience in the United States before returning to her home country to apply for a teaching position. If you have interest in hosting this young exchange teacher please contact Mrs. Alcazar at email@example.com
SCORCH Orchestra News
Students have been involved in a variety of activities for orchestra this winter. Most recently, students traveled to WVU for the Honors Orchestra. Nathan Shin, Viviana Nguyen, Jay Ta, Vishnu Kasireddy, Julie Nguyen, Will Michael, Michael Swagger, Ryan Burgess, Parker Boughton, and Molly Blackwood represented Capital in a wonderful fashion. Olivia Boughton earned Principal Viola and Katelynn Brown earned Principal Second Violin. Congratulations to these students! The orchestra had many representatives for Solo and Ensemble Festival this year: Lexi Bragg and Michaela Edens, violin duo; Will Michael and Philip Nichols, violin and cello duo; George Arrington, cello solo; Julie Nguyen, piano solo; Viviana Nguyen, violin solo; Nathan Shin, violin duo and violin solo; and Ryan Burgess, mixed cello/wind trio. Bravo to Kiefer Kirk and Alexis James Joyce (duo) and Nathan Shin. They earned Superior Ratings and were nominated to audition for the State Solo and Ensemble level. Students will be travelling to WV All-State Orchestra. Students who earned a spot in the orchestra through competitive auditions are: Nathan Shin, Jay Ta, Viviana Nguyen, Kiefer Kirk, Olivia Boughton, and Parker Boughton. This is the most selective orchestra opportunity for students in the entire state. Congratulations to these students and good luck at the concert in Morgantown on March 17. The entire orchestra represented Capital High School at the Capitol Rotunda on February 27 for Arts Day at the Legislature. The music was well received with compliments from many in the crowd. Students are busy preparing for All-County Orchestra (April 26 at the Clay Center). They are also preparing for our annual performance competition trip which will be to Williamsburg, Virginia this year.
In other news, Kiefer Kirk and Parker Boughton, as part of the Agape Quartet, performed on the Senate Floor on February 27. Nathan Shin continues his Vaughan Fellowship work with the West Virginia Symphony. Bravo, students!
From the Assistant Principals for Pupil Services
We are experiencing difficulty in getting the special needs busses to their specific pick-up/drop-off locations. We have found it necessary to divert student/parent traffic from the rear of the building. A parent may no longer access the back of the facility between 6:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. The high traffic congestion by Capital High School staff alone makes it difficult to maneuver the busses through the narrow passage way. Please drop-off and pick-up your student at the main entrance of the building.
National Honor Society
The National Honor Society members are participating in another Community Service Project. They are collecting for the Rea of Hope Fellowship Home in Charleston. All members are to take their donations to Mrs. Greene's Room 220A.
IMPORTANT ALERT FOR PARENTS OF INCOMING 12th GRADERS NEW IMMUNIZATION REQUIREMENTS!
Before students may enter the 12th grade in the 2012-2013 school year, they must show proof that they have had the Tdap vaccine booster, after the age of 11, and at least one dose of the meningococcal vaccine, after their 16th birthday. This is a new rule that will go into effect with the beginning of the school year. It was created to make sure students are protected from some pretty serious contagious diseases. The Tdap shot is only one shot but protects against three diseases, tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis. Students had these shots prior to entering Kindergarten, but now must show proof that they have had the booster shot, since protection has been shown to weaken as children get older. Pertussis is a
very contagious disease and can last for 10 weeks or more. If pertussis is passed to infants or very young children it may be life threatening. Bacterial meningococcal vaccine protects adolescents from the deadly bacterial meningitis. Even with treatment, people who get bacterial meningitis die in about 10% of the cases, and those who survive have long term complications such as deafness, brain damage or amputated limbs about 20% of the time. Most colleges now require the meningococcal vaccine before students are allowed to enroll. If your child is going to begin the 12th grade this August, please make an appointment now with his or her primary health care provider for an adolescent physical and the required immunizations. It is also a good idea to talk with your provider about the HPV vaccine to prevent genital warts and cervical cancer. The HPV vaccine is not required but is recommended. BE SURE TO ASK FOR WRITTEN PROOF THAT YOUR HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR HAS HAD THE TDAP AND THE MENINGOCOCCAL VACCINES. You may bring that proof to the school any time prior to the last day of school this year or before or on the first day of school in August. If you have any questions please call Kanawha Charleston Health Department at 304-348-8080 or Kanawha County Schools Health Services at 304-348-6494.
Capital High Dance Company “Choreography Showcase”
The Capital High Dance Company will present a Showcase of Student Choreography on March 11th, 2012 at 2:30PM in the Capital High School Performing Arts Centre. The show opens with a wonderful work called NapTime that will take everyone back to their childhood, choreographed by former Dance Company member and current Assistant Director Tabitha Dolan. There will be ten student pieces in various styles of dance and the show will close with a high energy theatrical Jazz piece, Just a Shakin’ Good Time, choreographed by Dance Company director A. Michelle Legg. Tickets are $5 for students and $10 for adults. Flowers and Stargrams will be on sale at the door. For more information contact A. Michelle Legg at 304-348-6500 ext. 159 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
From the Studio
We have had an incredible time studying the amazing tap artists that make up this most American of dance forms. March moves our dance classes into a Modern/Choreography unit where students will learn about elements of dance and how they are put together. This is a fun way for students to be creative and innovative within a safe environment. After numerous appearances at Freshmen Parent Meeting on Feb. 7th, Horace Mann on Feb. 13th, Stonewall Jackson on Feb. 21st and at the State Capitol for Arts Day on February 27th, the Dance Company did adjudications for the WV Dance Festival on Feb. 24th. The adjudicators found our Theatrical Jazz piece fun and look forward to our performing it on Friday April 27th at the Norman Fagan Theater in the Culture Center during the WV Dance Festival. March finds us preparing for our Student Choreography Showcase scheduled for March 11th at 2:30PM. We have some wonderful student work and it promises to be a great show. One of our student works was selected to be featured in the Arts Alive: Best of WV showcase on April 20th, more on that to come. Several students will travel to Huntington on March st 31 for the Annual SCORES competition before leaving on April 1st for our Spring Break. April 2-6 will find us sailing as we embark on our spring break cruise. April 27-29 is the WV Dance Festival and May brings on our Musical. Many students will be auditioning for scholarships, summer intensives and college opportunities. If you would like to help the dancers raise money, we have Kroger cards, PaPa John’s coupons and Save Around books currently on sale. Please contact Ms. Legg if you would like one of the books, coupons or cards. Below you will find some bullets regarding things we have upcoming. Please feel free to email or call Ms. Legg for more information on ANY of these events or to book us for a performance. Email: email@example.com Phone: 304-348-6500 ext. 159
March 11th @ 2:30 and 13th for CHS Dance Show April 20th Arts Alive April 27-29th WV Dance Festival May 2nd-5th Musical May 9th Dance Company Auditions May 15th Banquet May 23rd and 24th dance workshops
Dance Rehearsal every Wednesday and Friday until 6PM through March 12th. March 6th is the Dance Booster meeting at 6PM.
Spotlight on the Performing Arts The Capital High School Jazz Band and VIPs were featured at the introduction of the new Dean of the Creative Arts of WVU at the Culture Center March 13. Several students represented CHS at the WVU Honor Band. The WVU Jazz Band and Brazilian Ensemble performed for the CHS Band on March 14. The following students were selected to represent CHS for WV All State Band, All County Band, and All County Jazz Band: Flute Cassie Casto (A.C.); Clarinet Alexis James-Joyce (A.S. and A.C.), Megan Mihelic (A.C.), Andre Cunningham (A.C.), Marcus Harris (A.C.), Jennifer Kinder (A.C.); Alto Saxophone Philip Nichols (A.S.), Molly Blackwood (A.C. Jazz); Tenor Saxophone Tanner Davis (A.S., A.C., and A.C. Jazz); Trumpet Arden Townsend (A.S., A.C., and A.C. Jazz), Joy Wang (A.C.), Jackie Dyer (A.C. and A.C. Jazz), Alex Azevedo (A.C.), Daniel Adamczyk (A.S., A.C., and A.C. Jazz), April Hopkins (A.C.), Adrian Surbaugh (A.C.) Horn Elliott Mihelic (A.S. and A.C.); Trombone Kelton George (A.S., A.C., and A.C. Jazz), George Arrington (A.S.), Julia Cowley (A.C. and A.C. Jazz); Baritone Nick Fisher (A.C. and A.C. Jazz on trombone); Tuba Zach Crouch (A.S and A.C); Percussion Jon White (A.S., A.C., and A.C. Jazz on Vibes), Dylan Frercks (A.C.), Matt Bradley (A.C.), Josh Hardy (A.C. Jazz), Stevie Adamczyk (A.C. Jazz), Pete Nichols (A.S. and A.C.) The Dance Company had their WV Dance adjudication on February 24 for the West Virginia Dance Festival the end of April. They also were part of the Arts Day at the Legislature February 27.
The WVMEA Solo & Ensemble was held February 4 at West Virginia State University and 19 Capital High School students participated in the festival. JC White has been selected to be part of the Solo & Ensemble Recitals during the WVMEA Conference in March. The following students were invited to participate in the WVU Honors Orchestra February 23-25: Viviana Nguyen, Julie Nguyen, Ryan Burgess, Will Michael, Michael Swagger, Nathan Shin, Jay Ta, Olivia Boughton, Parker Boughton, Molly Blackwood, Katelynn Brown and Vishnu Kasireddy. The West Virginia All State Orchestra will have the following CHS students playing this year: Nathan Shin, Viviana Nguyen, Jay Ta, Kiefer Kirk, Olivia Boughton and Parker Boughton.
Spotlight on the VIPS The VIPs continued their competition season on February 25 at Cabell Midland High School’s RHYTHM IN RED SHOW CHOIR COMPETITION. Congratulation on a job well done! Grand Champion, Best Choral Sound, Best Instrumental Ensemble, Best Costume, Grand Champion in Class A, Best Female Soloist-Dayja Legg and Best Performer for Capital-Allison Whitener. Thank you for all your hard work...hard work does pay off! Multi-tasking is just another way of life for a member of the VIPs as they prepare for their competition show, learn and perform eight All State songs, eight All County songs and musical auditions for 42nd Street As they head into March Street. we begin with Kanawha County’s All County Chorus March 8 & 9 with Cheryl West (Butler University) conducting. The following students will represent Capital in the two-day event: Jordan Acree, Katy Bell, Megan Bsharah, Mallory Burka, Natalie Byrne, Chris Carter, Madison Chase, Alanah Coleman, Hayven Crocket, Michaela Edens, Ethan Godby, McKenzie Greer, Logan Greenlee, Trey Harris, Cedric Haynes, Isaac Jones, Mattiese Lawrence, Dayja Legg, Cody Lynch, Amanda Mandirola, Nadye Menking-Hoggatt, Kaley Morris, Olivia Myers, Nicholas Naylor, Esha Pell, Kandice Phifer, John Powell, Morgan Prunty, Jessica Scohy, Dominique Sears, Brianna Skaff, Sam Stockton, Savanna Thomas, Morgan Thompson, Allison Whitener, Blake Whitener, Jonathan Young. The West Virginia Music Educator’s All State Chorus will be held March 15-17 in Morgantown. This year Michaela Edens, Morgan Prunty,
Allison Whitener, Natalie Byrne, Dayja Legg, Ethan Godby, Nick Naylor and Hayven Crockett successfully completed the audition process and will represent CHS in the All State Chorus. The VIP’s will perform for JE Robins Elementary school on March 22 at 6:00 PM. And close out the month by traveling to Lebanon, Ohio for the Lebanon Show Choir Classic on March 24th.
CSU February Students of the Month
The ninth grade teachers are pleased to recognize the following Students of the Month for February. These students have demonstrated excellence in academics and citizenship in their specific academic and fine arts courses. English 9 – Swayne D’Shod Mills Moses by Mrs. Garrison Algebra I – Brandi Sigman by Miss S. Choi Algebra IA – Ashley Akers by Mrs. G. Turner Honors Geometry- Katie Mills by Mrs. J. Price Honors Geometry – Patrick Dugan, Grace Peyton, Julia Cowley by Ms. Kline Physical Science - Emily Myers by Mrs. A. Hoskins Shawn Stephen Kessel by Mrs. A. Roach Jerrelle German by Mr. Greene Biology Rachel Leach by Mrs. A. Roach World History Swayne Blake Whitener by Mr. S. George Lilly by Mrs. K. Snyder Zoe Casto by Mrs. A. Miller Jordan Kinney by Mrs. J.
Orchestra Vishnu Kasireddy, Jordan Nguyen by Ms. Tan VIPs Sam Stockton, Brianna Skaff, Cody Lynch, Esha Pell by Mrs. Corbett Dance Keyera Hayes, Brianna Skaff, Starr Haddox,
Erin Manahan, Na’bryia Palmer, Quashawn Wade by Ms. Legg Band Pete Nichols by Mr. Jenks
PROJECT GRADUATION 2012 IMPORTANT INFORMATION!
Capital High School Project Graduation is a fun-filled night of FREE food, games, and entertainment for any CHS senior to attend. Seniors attend at no charge and can bring a guest for a fee of $10.00. When: Where: Time: Saturday, May 19. 2011 Capital High School Check in begins at 10:00 p.m. on May 19 Lock-in at midnight Dismissal at 3:30 a.m. on May 29 Free food and beverages for everyone, great entertainment all night, cash and other prizes for SENIORS, including Grand CASH prize of $500 to one lucky SENIOR! Free Tshirt for every SENIOR who attends. Music all evening, Magician Dewayne Hill, Casino Games, movies, Dance-Dance Revolution!, Video Games, Inflatables, Basketball, Tennis, Volleyball, Racquetball, Caricatures, tons of food, …and much more!
REGISTRATION INFORMATION – PLEASE READ! •
Each senior and guest must complete a Registration Form and Project Graduation Party Contract (see enclosures). Early registration is strongly recommended. Forms are also available on the Capital High Website. Seniors who register by Thursday, April 19 (forms must be received by committee by this date) will be entered in an Early Bird drawing for a cash prize of $100.00. Another Early Bird drawing for a prize of $50.00 will be held on May 12. All seniors will get a project graduation t-shirt the night of the party; sizes are guaranteed if registrations are received by May 4. Seniors can register by mail by sending their registration forms in the enclosed envelope to: CHS Project Graduation; P.O. Box 4552; Charleston, WV 25364. Seniors can also register by giving their forms to Mrs. Garrison in Room 400C or turn them in to Ms. Bumpus to be given to Mrs. Garrison. All GUESTS must be registered no later than Friday, May 18, 2012. If a guest is not preregistered, he/she will not be admitted to Project Graduation. NO EXCEPTIONS!
Senior Graduation Photo Announcements
We take a photo of each person after they receive their diploma. You may order these in one of two announcement styles. Each comes with a mailing envelope ready to send out to family and friends. Don’t worry about getting the perfect photo, we will do that for you. Mail this no later than May 25, 2012.
Style One: $5.00 each. x ______(how many needed) = $_____________
Black with White lettering
Style Two: $5.00 each. x _______(how many needed) = $_____________
Gold background With black and white lettering
Wallets : $8.00 for a sheet of 8: ______ sheets needed x $8 = $___________ (These will not have anything around them just the photo.)
MINIMUM ORDER IS $15.00
Make checks payable to Capital High Yearbook and mail to: 1500 Greenbrier St. Charleston 25311
Mail this no later than May 25, 2012. Students are reminded to stop and smile for the camera for these shots. We do not guarantee they will do this. If the student does not stop for the photo, your money will be refunded upon request. Orders will be mailed no later than June 15th.
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