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2019 –2020

NEW STUDENT INFORMATION GUIDEBO O K

www.cchs.us INSPIRING E XCELLENCE MIND • BODY • SPIRIT


TABLE OF CONTENTS CONTACT LIST

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IMPORTANT EVENTS

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EXPLANATION OF ENROLLMENT FORMS

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LOCKERS & BACKPACKS

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ACADEMICS

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RENWEB-PARENTSWEB SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGY INFORMATION

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iPAD USE & FINANCIAL AGREEMENT FORM

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FINE ARTS

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CALVARY ATHLETICS

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ATHLETIC INFORMATION & FORMS

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MEDICAL INFORMATION & AUTHORIZATION FOR TREATMENT FORM

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AUTHORIZATION TO DISPENSE MEDICINE FORM

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DRESS CODE

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UNIFORM ORDERING INFORMATION

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STUDENT DROP-OFF/PICK-UP & STUDENT DRIVERS

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LUNCH

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AFTER SCHOOL SUPERVISION

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BUS TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM

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ADMISSIONS STUDENT LEADERSHIP PROGRAM

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COMMUNITY SERVICE INFORMATION

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COMMUNITY SERVICE FORM

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CONTACT LIST ACADEMICS

DEBBI JOSEPH

JOSEPH.DEBBI@CCHS.US

ADMISSIONS

DONELLA WOODBURY

WOODBURY.DONELLA@CCHS.US

JEN CHASE

CHASE.JENNIFER@CCHS.US

DARRELL DON

DON.DARRELL@CCHS.US

KIM WHITNEY

WHITNEY.KIM@CCHS.US

KYLE MULLETT

MULLETT.KYLE@CCHS.US

AMY HOLDERBY

HOLDERBY.AMY@CCHS.US

KAREN FISHER

FISHER.KAREN@CCHS.US

JENNIFER GANNAIO

GANNAIO.JENNIFER@CCHS.US

MICHAEL MARTELL

MARTELL.MICHAEL@CCHS.US

ERIN DUPREE

DUPREE.ERIN@CCHS.US

KELLY PRICE

PRICE.KELLY@CCHS.US

CARRIE DAVIS

DAVIS.CARRIE@CCHS.US

RECORDS

CONNIE MULLHOLAND

MULLHOLAND.CONNIE@CCHS.US

STUDENT MANAGEMENT

RYAN DUPEÉ

DUPEE.RYAN@CCHS.US

• REPORT CARDS • SCHEDULES • STUDENT PROGRESS

DIRECTOR OF ACADEMICS

ADMISSIONS DIRECTOR

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS

ATHLETICS

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR

ASSISTANT ATHLETIC DIRECTOR

CAMPUS PASTOR COLLEGE COUNSELING FINANCE FACULTY FINE ARTS GENERAL

• STUDENT ID • LOCKERS • MEDICAL AUTHORIZATION • DISPENSE OF MEDICINE • STUDENT ABSENCE

LUNCH • REPORT CARDS • SCHEDULES • TRANSCRIPTS • STUDENT RECORDS

CAMPUS PASTOR

DIRECTOR OF COLLEGE COUNSELING FINANCE COORDINATOR FACULTY COORDINATOR

DIRECTOR OF FINE ARTS RECEPTIONIST

OFFICE RECEPTIONIST

CAFETERIA MANAGER REGISTRAR

ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL

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IMPORTANT EVENTS ADMISSIONS STUDENT LEADER TRAINING

(See Page 41 for more information and link to register to attend.) FRIDAY, AUGUST 16 3:00–4:00 PM SATURDAY, AUGUST 17 9:00–10:00 AM

BAND, CHORUS AND DANCE AUDITIONS

Placement auditions are required for enrollment in these classes. (See Page 13 for more information and link to register to attend.) WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17 3:30–5:30 PM

CHEERLEADING TRYOUTS

WEDNESDAY–FRIDAY May 29–31 Contact Jill Martin at jillmartin1024@gmail.com for more information.

FALL SPORTS TRYOUTS/PRACTICE START DATE

MONDAY, JULY 29 (for most fall sports) Visit https://www.cchs.us/Athletics.aspx for exact dates and contact name for each sport.

MOCK SCHEDULES

(Students visit classes for 10 minutes to meet teacher and receive information for each class.) FRESHMEN & SOPHOMORES | FRIDAY, AUGUST 9 9:00–11:00 AM JUNIORS & SENIORS | FRIDAY, AUGUST 9 1:00–3:00 PM

NEW PARENT INFORMATION MEETING

(Attendance to this meeting is optional. It is an informational meeting for parents new to CCHS.) FRIDAY, AUGUST 9 11:15 AM–12:15 PM Worship Center

PARENT-STUDENT ORIENTATION (Back-to-School Night)

(This meeting is required attendance for parents of students.) THURSDAY, AUGUST 8 6:30–8:00 PM Worship Center

WARRIOR WELCOME PARTY FOR FRESHMEN

(Fun-filled event for freshmen as a way to get acquainted and connect with classmates, faculty, and staff as you begin school as a Calvary Warrior high school student. More information will be sent via email during the summer.) FRIDAY, AUGUST 9 11:00 AM–4:30 PM

WARRIOR WELCOME PARTY FOR NEW SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS, AND SENIORS

(Fun, social event for sophomores, juniors, and seniors transferring to CCHS. It is an event to get acquainted and connect with fellow students, faculty, and staff as you begin the new school year as a Calvary Warrior.) TUESDAY, AUGUST 6 6:30–8:00 PM Cafeteria A

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EXPLANATION OF ENROLLMENT FORMS

ALL STUDENTS MUST HAVE THE FOLLOWING FORMS ON FILE PRIOR TO THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL: • School Physical, dated after September 1, 2018 (Athletic Physical is sufficient for this requirement) • Florida Immunization Card • Copy of Birth Certificate • Medical Information and Authorization Form (see below)

MEDICAL INFORMATION AND AUTHORIZATION (SEE PAGE 29)

This form is kept on file in the front office and contains emergency contacts, medical information, and consent for treatment. This form must be filled out completely and notarized, which can be completed in the front office. Must sign and return (REQUIRED).

AUTHORIZATION TO DISPENSE MEDICINE FORM (SEE PAGE 31)

This form is kept on file in the front office and gives the school permission to dispense prescription and non-prescription medication both on a regular basis and as needed. A new form must be completed each year. Sign and return (ONLY IF MEDICINE WILL BE KEPT IN OFFICE TO DISPENSE TO STUDENT).

ATHLETICS FORMS (SEE PAGES 17–28)

These forms must be completed and returned to the Registrar if the student will be participating in athletics. Please note, the physical form must be completed by a physician.

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LOCKERS & BACKPACKS Lockers are available to all incoming students and are the property of the school. For security, lockers should remain locked at all times. A fine will be charged for all damaged and defaced lockers, including jamming the locking mechanism to prevent the locker from locking. There is to be no adhesive material (i.e. glue, tape, stickers, etc.) used on the outside of the lockers. Locker decorations are to be confined to the inside of the locker and affixed with the use of magnets. The school administration reserves the right to inspect lockers at any time. There are designated areas for athletic bags and equipment to be stored during the day. Backpacks are not permitted in the classroom.

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ACADEMICS ACADEMIC ADVISORS WILL BE AVAILABLE ON THE FOLLOWING DATES: MONDAY, APRIL 22 | 3:00–5:00 PM TUESDAY, APRIL 23 | 3:00–5:00 PM THURSDAY, APRIL 25 | 6:00–7:30 PM

COURSE SELECTION All students will submit course requests through RenWeb; parents will need to create a ParentsWeb account. (See page 9 for instructions on creating the account.) Submit requests by April 26.

HONORS/AP COURSES - TEACHER RECOMMENDATION FORM If you request an Honors or an Advanced Placement course, you must request your current teacher in the subject to complete the Honors/AP Course - Teacher Recommendation Form. Please provide your recommending teacher with the following email: Dear Teacher, Next year I will be attending Calvary Christian High School. I would like to take the course listed below and need a teacher recommendation. At your earliest convenience, please select the link below and complete the teacher recommendation form. This is a Google Form that works best when using Google Chrome. It should only take a few minutes. Thank you for your help https://www.cchs.us/TeacherRecommendationForm.aspx Type Course Name for which you would like to take:

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ACADEMICS SUMMER ASSIGNMENTS All Advanced Placement (AP) courses and some traditional and honors courses have reading or assignments to be completed during the summer. The information for the courses with summer assignments will be posted on the following webpage link by June 3rd. Please visit the webpage link to review the summer assignments. https://www.cchs.us/SummerAssignments.aspx

SUMMER CAMPS CCHS offers the following academic camps on campus during the summer to enable students to achieve the stated instructional goals for the subjects. Attendance to the camps is not required. It is an opportunity for the students interested in preparing for these subjects.

ALGEBRA 1 READINESS CAMP

The objective of the camp is to give students entering Algebra 1, Algebra 1 Honors, or Algebra 1A a summer math experience to revisit pertinent math skills prior to the beginning of the new school year.

CAMP GOALS • Identify and build on math skill strengths • Build on computation fluency • Ensure a strong mathematical reasoning foundation • Increase confidence • Ensure Algebra readiness

CAMP DATES MONDAY – FRIDAY | JULY 8–12

CAMP TIME 9:00 AM–12:00 PM

CAMP COST $150 PER STUDENT

CAMP QUESTIONS Please email Mrs. Deana Kistner, Algebra 1 Teacher, at kistner.deana@cchs.us

REGISTER AND PAY ONLINE https://www.cchs.us/AcademicsSummerCamps.aspx

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ACADEMICS SPANISH 2 HONORS READINESS CAMP The objective of the camp is to provide students entering Spanish II Honors with instruction on grammar, vocabulary, and communication skills that will support them in Spanish II Honors.

CAMP GOALS • Practice communication skills like reading, writing, listening, and speaking • Acquire and review foundational vocabulary • Solidify control of verb conjugation • Understand and respond to basic classroom instruction delivered in Spanish • Increase confidence in communication • Bridge the summer gap

CAMP DATES MONDAY – FRIDAY | JULY 29–AUGUST 2

CAMP TIME 8:30 AM–12:00 PM

CAMP COST $150 PER STUDENT

CAMP QUESTIONS Please email MS. Lauren Schaeffer, Spanish 2 Teacher, at schaeffer.lauren@cchs.us

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RENWEB–PARENTSWEB SOFTWARE Our RenWeb School Management Software gives you, the parent, an opportunity to get more involved in your child’s progress at school through our online access tool, ParentsWeb. ParentsWeb is a private and secure website that has been set up for our school to allow you to see complete information specific to your child. You can view your child’s grades, attendance, homework and conduct, as well as other useful school information. You can also communicate with teachers and other school staff online whenever necessary. HERE’S HOW TO ACCESS OUR EASY-TO-USE RENWEB - PARENTSWEB: 1. Go to your Internet browser and type in the address below, or access the link below: https://www.renweb.com/Logins/ParentsWeb-Login.aspx Once on the web page, follow the steps below: 2. Select “Create New ParentsWeb Account.” The link is displayed below the “Login” link. 3. Insert Calvary’s District Code: CCHS-FL 4. Insert your Email address where directed. THE EMAIL ADDRESS YOU INSERT MUST MATCH THE EMAIL ADDRESS YOU PROVIDED THE SCHOOL WHEN YOU COMPLETED YOUR CHILD’S APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION. (If you receive an error message, or if you do not receive an email to setup your account, then the email address you entered doesn’t match the one you entered when you submitted your child ‘s student application. If this happens, please email Mrs. Connie Mullholand (mullholand.connie@cchs.us) and request the address you entered. If you have a new email address, you may request RenWeb be updated with the new address. 5. After receiving your password, return to: https://www.renweb.com/Logins/ParentsWeb-Login.aspx 6. Insert the following: District Code: CCHS-FL Your email address: Your Password: Select the Parent link, then select login. 7. Students and Parents must maintain separate accounts in RenWeb. Note: Students will not be able to login until they have received their school iPad.

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TECHNOLOGY INFORMATION As a college preparatory Christian high school, Calvary believes technology is a powerful tool that creates unique and relevant learning experiences by providing enriching and engaging instructional resources. Our faculty is trained and experienced in integrating technology while delivering compelling, creative, and comprehensive instructions. Calvary is committed to incorporating technology in the classroom on the student level as well. The CCHS program includes a 1:1 iPad initiative. Each student leases an iPad that is used throughout the curriculum as an invaluable learning tool. CCHS distributes the iPads over several days before school begins. Students will receive an email during the summer with a link to register to attend a “deployment session� to receive the iPad and initial training. When you come to campus to receive the iPad, you must bring the iPad Use and Financial Agreement (signed).

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iPAD USE AND FINANCIAL AGREEMENT iPAD PROGRAM Calvary Christian High School (CCHS) and (Parent/Guardian) enter into this (CCHS Student) on the date of the signatures below under agreement on behalf of the following terms: Students enrolled at Calvary Christian High School (CCHS) will be provided with an Apple iPad for the purpose of facilitating education. CCHS is leasing iPads from Apple on behalf of its students. As such, CCHS retains all ownership rights to the iPad until the student graduates or provides payment in full of the four year financial obligation upon withdrawal. CCHS may inspect the iPad and all stored information at any time with or without notice, and the student should not have an expectation of privacy as to anything stored on, sent by, or received through the iPad. The family will be assessed an annual technology fee of $250 per year ($1,000 over four years) to help offset the expenses incurred by the iPad implementation, including lease of the device, software applications, manufacturer service agreement, and technical support. Upon graduation, the device will belong to the family. If a student enrolls at CCHS after the freshman year, then the family may choose to make the extra payment(s) to fulfill the four year financial obligation for the device, or the device must be returned to CCHS. If the family withdraws from CCHS before the senior year technology fee payment is made, then the family must either complete the full four year payment obligation or return the device to the school.

STUDENT RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES Many preference settings, such as the wallpaper or screen brightness, may be changed by the student. The purchase of any apps required by the school or course instructor will be managed by the CCHS Technology staff. Students may not download or purchase apps on their school iPad without prior approval from the Technology staff. Hacking or jailbreaking an iPad is not allowed. If a student’s iPad is found to be hacked/jailbroken, or if it is deemed that the iPad is being used inappropriately in any manner, the student will be subject to disciplinary action and possible financial penalties associated with harming the device.

DAMAGE OR LOSS Students should report any damage to the iPad or loss of the iPad to the Technology Department, which will determine necessary action. All iPads are covered by a manufacturer service agreement in the case of defect or non-function due to manufacturer error or part failure in the course of normal operation. The service plan does not cover loss, negligence, or abuse resulting in damage to the device. If a negligent act results in a cracked screen, the family will be assessed a $50 fee for the replacement of that screen. The case chosen to protect the iPads has a very high protection rating. If the family chooses to use an alternate case, then the family will be responsible for all repair or replacement fees regardless of cause. If through negligence or abuse, the device is damaged to an unrepairable level or the device is lost, the family will bear the cost of replacement. A third-party voluntary insurance program will be made available to cover the costs incurred through damage or theft. 11


STANDARDS FOR iPAD USE & CARE STUDENT RESPONSIBILITIES

• Bring the fully-charged iPad and charging unit to school every day. • Keep the iPad within sight at all times, or stored in the assigned locker with the door closed and locked. • Secure iPad in the school-provided case. • Other than parents or guardians, do not let anyone use the iPad. • Adhere to the CCHS acceptable use guidelines for technology use. • Report any problems, damage, or theft immediately to the Technology Department. • Create a Passcode on the iPad and keep the Passcode confidential. • Use the iPad in a manner that is consistent with the school’s policy and mission.

GENERAL CARE • Do not do anything to the iPad that will permanently alter it in any way. • Do not remove any serial numbers or identification placed on the iPad. • Keep the equipment clean. For example, do not eat or drink while using the iPad. • Clean the screen with a soft, dry, anti-static cloth, or with a screen cleaner designed specifically for LCD type screens only. Do not use paper towels, which may scratch the screen.

SCHOOL EMAIL AND APPLE ID The student will be issued a school email account. This account will be used for all digital communication with the student. The address is in a Google account managed by CCHS technology staff, and it will be accessible from any internet-connected device. This email address will be used to create the Apple ID for school issued iPads. The Apple ID that is initially used to set up the device must not be changed, as a change in ID will result in the loss of certain functionality.

SIGNATURES Student Signature

Date

Parent Signature

Date

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FINE ARTS

CHOIR / BAND / DANCE AUDITIONS If you are an incoming student interested in enrolling in Choir, Band or Dance as a course, please choose one of the sign up links below for the required placement audition for the various course levels.

AUDITION DATES April 10 & 17 | 3:30 PM–5:30 PM CHOIR https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C094AA4AD2CA4FD0-cchs9 BAND https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C094AA4AD2CA4FD0-cchs8 DANCE https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C094AA4AD2CA4FD0-cchs10

SUMMER CAMP OPPORTUNITIES The Fine Arts Department has several exciting summer camp opportunities available. Please contact the following instructors for more information: DRAMA gaige.annemarie@cchs.us BAND martell.michael@cchs.us COLOR GUARD martell.michael@cchs.us CULINARY davis.carrie@cchs.us OR VISIT www.cchs.us/summercamps.aspx Clinic T h e re i s n o c h a rg e t o p a r t i c i p a t e .

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7 t h & 14 t h 9 : 0 0 a m - 11 : 0 0 a m

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June 4 t h , 11 t h , 18 t h & 2 5 t h

T h e at e r P roj ect

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There is no charge to par ticipate.

4:30pm-5:30pm

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J u l y 11 t h & 12 t h 7: 0 0 p m - 7: 0 0 p m Pe r f o r m a n c e J u l y 12 t h 6:30pm


CALVARY ATHLETICS SUMMER STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING

Calvary provides an opportunity for students to participate in a supervised strength and conditioning program during the summer months in the school’s state-of-the-art training facility. The schedule below outlines the schedule for the summer. Students must have a current FHSAA Athletic Physical Evaluation Form on file to participate in workouts. An FHSAA Athletic Physical Evaluation Form is on page 17 for your use . START DATE JUNE 3, 2019

END DATE JULY 19, 2019 CLOSED DATES JUNE 29–JULY 7, 2019 TRAINING FACILITY HOURS Times vary for each sport. For a list of times for each sport, go to http://www.cchs.us/summerstrengthandconditioning.aspx SUMMER SPORTS CAMPS The CCHS Athletic Department is pleased to offer summer sports camps. The coaches will provide opportunities for students in rising 3rd through rising 12th grades. To register, go to https://www.cchs.us/sportscamps.aspx Any questions about summer programs or tryout information? Please contact

FALL SPORTS TRYOUT DATES Cheerleading: 05/29-05/31/2019

DARRELL DON Athletic Director

For the dates for all other sports, please visit https://www.cchs.us/Athletics.aspx

KIM WHITNEY Assistant Athletic Director

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ATHLETIC FORMS In order to participate in Calvary sports, including tryouts, each student must submit an FHSAA Physical Evaluation Form (EL2), Consent and Release from Liability, Heat and Concussion and Consent and Release for Cardiac Arrest and Concussion (EL3). These forms are included on the next several pages. Calvary has partnered with AFC Urgent Care, Clearwater who will provide an athletic physical for only $15. They are located at 1500 N. McMullen Booth Rd. in the Publix Plaza about one mile north of Calvary. They are open from 8:00AM–8:00PM Monday–Friday and 9:00AM–6:00PM on Saturday and Sunday. No appointment needed. You must bring the forms (EL2 & EL3) with you to the doctor. Students who are entering Calvary after completing one semester or more in high school must also complete an Affidavit with Compliance with the Policies on Athletic Recruiting (GA4). *This form must be notarized.

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ATHLETIC FORMS Pages 17 - 28 are forms required by the FLORIDA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETICS ASSOCIATION (FHSAA) for participation in athletics. Please reference page 15 for instructions on completing the forms. If you have any questions, please contact Kim Whitney at whitney.kim@cchs.us or Darrell Don at don.darrell@cchs.us

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MEDICAL INFORMATION & AUTHORIZATION FOR TREATMENT BY ALL INCOMING STUDENTS *MUST BE COMPLETED BY ALL INCOMING STUDENTS

Student Name Birth Date Emergency Phone Numbers: People to notify in case of an emergency and/or pick up. Father Work Cell Phone Home Mother Work Cell Phone Home Other Emergency Contact Relationship Work Cell Phone Home To whom it may concern: I hereby give my consent to any emergency facility and physician to administer necessary treatment to my child, , in the event of an emergency at which time I cannot be reached. I give consent to transport by ambulance if the situation warrants. I grant permission to the school personnel to put band-aids on cuts, administer ice on a bruise or cut, put my child on a cot if sick, and take my child’s temperature. Name of Family Physician Telephone Date of Last DPT or Tetanus Hospital Preference Health Insurance Company Policy Number Phone Expiration Date 1. Check if student has or has had any of the following. Please explain any positive answers. Asthma Rheumatic Fever Scarlet Fever Bladder Problems Heart Trouble Contact Lenses Diabetes Epilepsy/Convulsions Explanations 2. Is the student on any continuous medications? 3. Does your child have any allergies?

Specify

If yes, please explain

4. Is there any other medical information which you feel we should have about your child?

Parent/Guardian’s Signature

NOTARIZATION REQUIRED

Printed Name

State of Florida, County of Pinellas: The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me on by , who is personally known to me or who has produced as identification. Name of Notary

Stamp or Seal

Notary Public

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AUTHORIZATION TO DISPENSE MEDICINE STUDENT NAME:

CALVARY CHRISTIAN HIGH SCHOOL SCHOOL YEAR Medication Administration

ADMINISTRATION OF PRESCRIPTION OR OVER-THE-COUNTER MEDICATION

All medication must be in the labeled prescription or over-the-counter original container.

NAME OF MEDICATION

PRESCRIBED FOR (REASON)

DOSAGE

INSTRUCTIONS

I give my permission for Calvary Christian High School to administer the above medication to my son / daughter. Signature of Parent / Legal Guardian DATE

TIME

Date

NAME OF MEDICATION

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REASON

Daytime Phone SIGNATURE OF PERSON ADMINISTERING MEDICATION


DRESS CODE The dress code at CCHS seeks to enhance the learning environment while enhancing school spirit. Both school and gender specific policies apply.

ALL STUDENTS SHIRTS All students are required to wear a collared shirt with CCHS logo purchased from the Warrior Wear House. CCHS team or organization collared shirts are also allowed as long as the color is white, navy, red, or gray.

SWEATSHIRTS OR JACKETS CCHS sweatshirts and jackets may be worn during the school day. If a shirt is visible while wearing the sweatshirt or jacket, the shirt is to comply with the above standards.

SHOES

Students are encouraged to wear comfortable shoes that are appropriate for walking up and down stairs. Flipflops and sandals are acceptable, but bedroom slippers are not acceptable.

SOCKS

Socks are to be in solid and coordinating colors (white, navy, black, gray) with the uniform shorts or pants. Small logos, brand names, and emblems are permissible.

ALL MEN PANTS AND SHORTS CCHS male students are to wear cotton pants and shorts in navy, gray, black, or khaki. White in not an approved color for the school day. Pants and shorts may be purchased from the vendor of your choice. Skinny, bell-bottom, low rider, hip-hugger, or cargo pants (outside pockets) are not permitted. If pants are loose, a belt should be worn for proper fit. Male students’ shorts are to be knee length.

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DRESS CODE ALL LADIES

PANTS, SHORTS, CAPRIS, AND SKIRTS CCHS female students are to wear cotton pants, shorts, capris, and skirts in navy, gray, black, or khaki. Spandex and elastane mixes are not acceptable. White is not an approved color for the school day. Pants, shorts, capris, and skirts may be purchased from the vendor of your choice. Skinny, bell-bottom, low rider, hip-hugger, or cargo pants (outside pockets) are not permitted. If clothing is loose, a belt should be worn for proper fit. Female students’ shorts and skirts should be no higher than 2� above the knee.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Additional information is available at www.cchs. us/ dresscode.aspx

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SCHOOL UNIFORM ORDERING PROCESS GENERAL INFORMATION

• When you receive your credit card statement, the charge will reflect AxCelMark Corporation as the source of transaction. AxCelMark is the approved service provider for preparing Calvary’s school day apparel.

• Operations and shipping: The Warrior Wear House website is operational year round. Your order will be shipped to the address listed in the “ship to” portion of your email order confirmation. Shipment tracking and status will be provided when your order ships. Outbound shipping is free for Florida orders only. Quotes for out-of-state orders will be provided upon request.

• Customer Service Support: Questions regarding apparel options and sizing should be addressed to the AxCelMark Customer Service Team. Please do not hesitate to call. Contact information including our email address is available via the “Contact Us” tab on the website.

• Return Policy: Because each order is prepared exclusively for your student, there are no refunds or exchanges, so verify carefully before ordering.

• Deadline for ordering: The last day for placing your order to ensure delivery before school begins is August 1st. Given the large number of orders, we strongly recommend ordering as early as possible.

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SCHOOL UNIFORM ORDERING PROCESS

DEADLINE TO GUARANTEE ORDER DELIVERY BEFORE THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL: AUGUST 1, 2019

AxCelMark is pleased to provide school day apparel for Calvary Christian High School. To order apparel shirts, we have linked the website via www.cchs.us, the primary school website.

1. ORDERING PROCESS

• Open the website by accessing www.cchs.us on the navigation bar at the top: select “Student Life.” • Under the Student Life tab: select Warrior Wear House. • Click the link to be directed to the Warrior Wear House. We invite you to read the information on the “home page.” It will provide the latest policy and important information related to the ordering process. • After opening the Warrior Wear House, scroll down the left-side navigation bar and double click your item category preference, i.e. polo, woven, etc. • The items displayed on the Warrior Wear House are the only approved items in compliance with the current uniform policy. The item prices include embroidery of the garment with the Calvary shield logo, Calvary Athletic Sword, or Large “C” logo for hats only. AxCelMark has programmed its systems to adjust embroidery thread color with the garment color. • Make a selection by double clicking the item. The item will be displayed with more detailed information to help with finalizing your decision. Please click “View Spec Sheet” (in orange at the upper right of the screen) to determine item size, based on your student’s measurements. • Select the color and size, then enter the quantity. To enter the item, click “Add To Shopping Cart” (in orange) at the upper right of the page. • Once you have selected an item, scroll down and click “Update Cart.” Enter your next item and follow the same process. • Once your entries are complete, you will be directed to the verification screen, “View Shopping Cart” that lists all items selected. • Complete your order by clicking “Submit Shopping Cart.” Complete the personal information entries for order processing and shipping. • The final step is to enter your payment information. Your payment will be processed by PayPal which is one of the most secure methods of processing payments for websites. You are not required to have a PayPal account to order. • You will receive confirmation of payment from PayPal via email. Please save receipt for your records. *This completes the ordering process.

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DROP-OFF/PICK-UP DROP-OFF/PICKUP

Students in the 9 th and 11th grades are to be dropped off/picked-up at the south entrance of the CE building. Students in 10 th and 12 th grades are to use the west doors of the high school building for drop-off/pick-up. All doors are locked and students must carry their student ID card issued at the beginning of the year to enter the building through these doors. Students and p arents are asked not to use the front entrance doors to the school for drop-off/pick-up. Please reference the Parent-Student handbook online for additional details.

STUDENT DRIVERS

Students driving a car to school must complete a vehicle registration form and turn it in to the Reception desk in the school lobby. A registration form is included below. This form and many forms are provided in the forms rack at the reception desk or can be printed off the website under Parent-Student Resources. Students are to display their vehicle registration hang tag on the rear view mirror at all times. Students are required to drive in a safe manner and follow safe driving practices while on CCHS property. Violations are subject to school discipline.

STUDENT DRIVING TO SCHOOL Name Grade Primary Vehicle Make and Model of Car Color of Car License Plate # Alternate Vehicle Make and Model of Car Color of Car License Plate # There is a $5 one-time Vehicle Registration Fee For Office Use Only: Mirror Hanger Issued: Primary Vehicle Registration # Date: Registration Payment

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LUNCH

GENERAL INFORMATION

• Lunch entrees are prepared on campus and served several days each week. Lunches are occasionally catered from outside vendors such as Chick-fil-A, Queens Pizza, and Buffalo Wild Wings.

• A “self-serve” salad buffet is offered every day and includes a variety of fresh lettuces, vegetables, fruits, cheeses, meats and other salad bar items.

• Wraps, soups, pasta and fruit salads, peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, and gluten-free options are prepaired daily. Yogurt, chips and other snacks, and a variety of homemade dessers are always available.

• Iced water is offered in the café at no charge; additional drinks and snacks are available for purchase from our vending machines.

• Student lunches may not be delivered by an outside vendor.

• Students can bring lunch from home. CCHS does not provide refrigeration for student use. Microwave ovens are provided by the school for student use.

• CCHS operates as a closed campus; therefore, students are not permitted to go off campus for lunch except on designated days for Juniors and Seniors.

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AFTER SCHOOL SUPERVISION

• After School Supervision is provided for students each day in a designated classroom. Students on campus 15 minutes after the dismissal bell must report to the room designated for supervision if he/she is not in an activity supervised by a coach, teacher, club sponsor, or other staff member.

• Students may remain in After-School Supervision from 3:10–5:30 PM for no additional cost. A student remaining from 5:30–5:45 PM will incur a $15 per day charge. A student remaining after 5:45 PM will incur a $50 charge per 30 minute increments.

• The athletic facilities, including the weight room, are for use by teams under the supervision of a coach. The athletic facilities, including the weight room, are not “open” areas where students may go after school dismisses unless they are a part of a team using the facility for a school-related purpose.

• On days when there is an athletic event on campus, students remaining on campus to attend the event must be supervised in the room designated for After-School Supervision until time for the event to start. Students may not congregate in the hallways or outside an athletic facility on campus waiting for the event to begin.

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BUS TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM Calvary offers bus transportation service from the Westchase and St. Petersburg areas. The transportation is for the morning only. In the afternoon, students may remain in after-school supervision (no later than 5:30 PM) until parent transportation arrives.

WESTCHASE AREA

Bus departs at 7:00 AM from the Publix parking lot located at 12139 W. Linebaugh Ave, Tampa, FL 33626.

ST. PETERSBURG AREA

Bus departs at 7:00 AM from St. Petersburg Christian School located at 2021 62nd AVE, N. St. Petersburg, FL 33702

FEE

Families must register students for the bus transportation service from Westchase and St. Petersburg with CCHS. The bus transportation service may not be used on an as-needed basis unless registration for the year has been made. There is an annual fee of $750 to participate in the bus transportation service. The fee may be paid as a lump sum or included in the monthly FACTS payment with tuition and related fees. For questions concerning registration and payment of the Bus Transportation Fee, please contact Mrs. Karen Fisher, Finance Coordinator, at fisher.karen@cchs.us

TRINIT Y/E A ST L AKE ARE A S

Skycrest Christian School offers bus transportation for students from the Trinity and East Lake areas, and depending on space availability, they agree to transport CCHS students to campus on the morning-only bus. The bus service is payable directly to Skycrest Christian School. The annual family fee is $750. To register for the Skycrest bus transportation, or for any questions regarding the Skycrest bus transportation to CCHS, please contact Mrs. Kimberly Galloway at kgalloway@skycrest.us. Bus departs Trinity and East Lake locations as follows: • Trinity: Departs at 6:45 AM from Hidden Oaks Animal Hospital located at 725 East Lake Rd. N. Tarpon Springs, FL  34688

• East Lake: Departs at 7:00 AM from Lutheran Church – Resurrection located at 1555 Windmill Pointe Road Palm Harbor, FL  34685 (across East Lake Road from Ridgemoor Publix Shopping Center)

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ADMISSIONS STUDENT LEADERSHIP TEAM Admissions Student Leaders are a valued and integral part of the culture and ministry of Calvary Christian High School. These students firmly commit to support and promote the mission of the school and assume the responsibility of being a role model both on and off campus. Admissions Student Leaders serve as hosts for school events, student shadows, and school tours for prospective families as well as assist teachers and administration in various leadership tasks. While Admissions Student Leaders enjoy serving as a team and forming relationships with our staff, their participation in this program also affords them the opportunity to earn community service hours.

REQUIREMENTS FOR CONSIDERATION FOR THE ADMISSIONS STUDENT LEADERSHIP INCLUDE: • Attendance at one of the Student Leader Training dates listed below: August 16 | 3:00 PM–4:00 PM August 17 | 9:00 AM–10:00 AM • Submission of an application and commitment form (provided at training). *Please register for one of the training dates listed above by signing up via our Sign-Up Genius link: www.SignUpGenius.com/go/10C094AA4AD2CA4FD0-student3 If you have questions about the Admissions Leadership Team, please contact Mrs. Jen Chase, Associate Director of Admissions, at chase.jennifer@cchs.us

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COMMUNIT Y SERVICE One of the goals we have for our students at Calvary Christian High School is to develop the Christian character trait of servanthood. Calvary encourages students to serve their community, their local church, and local agencies committed to serving those less fortunate. Therefore, a minimum of 100 hours of Community Service is one of the requirements for graduation.

THERE ARE SEVERAL FACETS ABOUT COMMUNITY SERVICE TO CONSIDER

• Work for the Glory of God (1 Corinthians 10:31).

• Scholarships may be tied to Community Service (Bright Futures, for example).

• Forms should be filled out completely by the STUDENT (not parent).

• Community Service forms are to be turned in the same semester as completed.

• Community Service is a great way to learn about possible careers - if you are interested in medicine, for example, volunteer at a hospital, nursing home, etc.

• Students may not earn community service by working for a family member or individual; it must be completed through an institution.

• Rising 9th graders may begin logging Community Service after 8 th grade graduation.

• Senior Privilege - Seniors must meet requirements stated in current year handbook to earn Senior Privilege.

• Documentation: In the Community Service description area we require a complete description of the service performed. We will no longer accept one word descriptions. For example, a form with “VBS or Basketball Camp” will not suffice. You must detail your role describing how what you did was of service to the community.

• CCHS will send out opportunities for community service as we learn of them. You are not limited to these opportunities.

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CCHS COMMUNIT Y SERVICE FORM NAME GRADE DATE COMMUNITY SERVICE ORGANIZATION NAME OF SUPERVISOR (please print) INSTRUCTIONS

PHONE

• Use separate log for each organization • Log must be turned in same semester as served • Summer hours must be submitted the first week of school • Log must be complete including signatures - student and supervisor • This form is to be filled out by the student (not parent or supervisor)

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICE

DATE

HOURS

1. What service did you do? 2. Describe a need or problem your service addresses.

3. Describe the impact of your service on the community.

TOTAL HOURS Organization Supervisor’s Signature Student Signature I have followed the CCHS Community Service Guidelines and have not received money, done this job for a family member, or worked during school hours.

OFFICE USE ONLY - DO NOT WRITE IN THIS BOX

CCHS Community Service Administrator

Date Entered RW

Return to: Registrar Office - Calvary Christian High School 110 N. McMullen Booth Road | Clearwater, FL 33759 (727) 449-2247 | Fax (727) 491-5085 | www.cchs.us

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