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Toy Drive

Chap Art Club is having its annual toy drive for our Harmon Library Breakfast with Santa. These children live in extreme poverty and really look forward to this event. Bring a new unwrapped $10 toy to Ms. Warner’s room G206 or drop off in the office labeled for Ms. Warner. Please deliver toys by Dec. 2nd

Butterbraids

The band is selling Butterbraids!

They are a delicious pastry that serve 11 people. They store easily in your freezer until you are ready to use. Simply set up, let rise, then bake.

They come in many flavors like apple, cherry, cinnamon, cream cheese, and bavarian. Cost is $12. Order by 11/23 with delivery after school in the band room on 12/9. To order contact any band member, Mrs. Mireau or the booster president. Thank you

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EVIT Annual Expo

Check it out!  EVIT (East Valley Institute of Technology) is having their Annual Expo on Saturday, November 14th from 9 am to 1 pm on their main campus located at 1601 West Main Street in Mesa.

EVIT offers over 40 tuition-free career training programs for high school students with opportunities to earn professional industry credentials and college credit.  Juniors and seniors who have met the required number of high school credits are eligible to participate.  If this path is of interest to you, please meet with your guidance counselor.

For more information about EVIT, go to www.evit.com or call 480-461-4000.

Girls Basketball Fundraiser

 

ATTENTION CHAPARRAL FAMILIES!! Chaparral Girls Basketball is selling spirit wear to raise money for their awesome program.  Items range from T-shirts, shorts, hats, leggings, hoodies, etc… Find a team member, look at the catalog and place your order or contact Levina!!  Easy simple and great way to support of these amazing athletes.  Orders due by 11.19.15
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Free Real Estate Workshop for Juniors and Seniors

3 EVENING HIGH SCHOOL WORKSHOP SERIES FOR JUNIORS AND SENIORS – PARENTS INVITED STARTING NOV. 9 6:30pm to 9pm.

 

Last week, a group of juniors and seniors at Chaparral heard from guest speakers from the Arizona School of Real Estate & Business during a classroom period. Students were asked a series of questions regarding real estate and basic life skills such as what is a mortgage and a security deposit. The responses were eye opening for many of the students.

 

The Arizona School of Real Estate & Business is offering a 3-day workshop series designed to arm juniors and seniors with life knowledge as it relates to real estate to prepare for life after graduation. Topics covered will be rental leases and rights as a tentant, how to budget now to rent or afford to purchase a home, how to sell and buy a home and much more.

 

Students who complete the workshop series will also earn a designation that can be used on college applications and resumes to make students stand out. This is FREE for Chaparral students –  parents are also welcome to attend with their child/(ren).

Monday, November  9
Arizona Essentials: Growth and Opportunities, Credit Scores

Wednesday, November 11
Banking, Budgets, Insurance, Rental/Lease Agreements

Thursday, November 12
Buying and Selling Real Estate

At  7142 E. First Street
Scottsdale, AZ 85251

To registers click here or  for more information contact Tricia Covert

Arizona School of Real Estate & Business | Marketing Manager

Arizona Journal of Real Estate & Business | Editor

Phone: 480.874.7136  | Email: tricia@asreb.com

SUSD Calendar Survey

The current SUSD calendar template, which has been in effect since 2006-2007, ends with the 2016-2017 school year. We are currently determining the template for the next 10 years and we would like your input.

Attached are 4 calendar templates that we would like you to review.

#1 – current template

#2 – later start/shorter fall break

#3 – modified year-round

#4 – start after Labor Day

As you respond to the survey, please take into consideration the following:

·         Arizona requires 180 instructional days.

·         The Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) sets the annual calendar for all fall sports beginning with the first week in August (badminton, cross country, football, golf, swim & dive, volleyball-girls, tennis-freshmen, and soccer). This includes activities for spirit line and marching band.

·         The number of instructional days before high stakes testing (AzMERIT, International Baccalaureate (IB), Advanced Placement (AP), etc.)

·         Summer activities begin shortly after Memorial Day, e.g. college courses (for students and/or staff) and summer camps.

Please click on the following for the survey link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/XR6QJDM

The survey will close at the end of the business day on Friday, November 20. Thank you for participating in our survey.

#1 Current Template.pdf
#2 Later Start-Shorter Fall Break.pdf
#3 Modified Year-Round.pdf
#4 Start After Labor Day.pdf

 

Food Drive Nov 4 – Nov 18

Chaparral Theatre Company is hosting a canned food drive in partnership with Saint 
Vincent de Paul. Canned food items will be accepted from 11/4 through 11/18. Please drop 
off items in either Mrs. Flayton's room (J605) or Mr. Como's room (J604). This drive is 
just in time to donate for other's Thanksgiving meals! Thank you!