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  • Dance Show

    Dance Show

    Tickets are on sale in the girls locker room. They are $12 pre-sale at Charter Oak and $15 and at the door at Royal Oak. The Dance Show is March 20-23 at 7pm at the H.K. Baird theater.

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  • COHS Night Rally II

    COHS Night Rally II

    Pixar Fest, Friday, March 15th. Don't miss out! Night Rally shirts are still available for purchase at lunch in the Quad this week (limited quantities available). Shirt purchase includes admission to the event. $7 w/ASB Card, $10 w/out.

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  • Preview Night

    Preview Night

    Please join us on Monday, March 11th from 5:30pm - 7:30pm to learn more about all the programs offered at Charter Oak High School. This is a night to ENGAGE*EXCITE*IGNITE and learn about our AVID Program, Career Pathways, IB Program, Award Winning Performing Arts Programs and CIF Championship Ath

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  • Grease Tickets

    Grease Tickets

    Tickets for this year's Spring Musical "Grease" are officially on sale! Tickets are $10 for students and $12 for adults! Tickets will be sold in the drama room at break and lunch and online at cohsdrama.weebly.com so GO GO GO GO buy your tickets!

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  • Sadie Hawkins

    Sadie Hawkins

    The Sadie Hawkins Dance is Friday, February 15th from 6-9pm here at COHS. Tickets are on sale this week, Tuesday-Thursday $15 with and $18 without an ASB Card. Guest Passes are required. Also, ticket price includes burger, chips and drink. Don't miss out on the fun!

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  • Founder’s Day Nominations:

    Founder’s Day Nominations:

    Do you know of someone who goes above and beyond for our COHS Students, school, or community? It may be a parent, PTA member, teacher, support staff, or community member. Please stop by the Administration Office to pick up a nomination form. All nominations are due by Tuesday, December 18 and should be turned in to Sandy Fryer. The awards will be presented at the Founder’s Night in February.

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    Zero period finals begin at 7:00 a.m. on Tuesday (12-18-18) and first period begins at 9:10 a.m. On Wednesday first period finals begin at 8:00 a.m., 2nd period finals end at 12:15 p.m. On Thursday school begins at 8:00 a.m. for the 3rd period finals and the 4th period finals end at 12:15 p.m. Lastly, on Friday school begins at 8:00 a.m. for 5th period finals and 6th period finals end at 12:15 p.m.

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  • Holiday Parade/Family Fun Festival

    Holiday Parade/Family Fun Festival

    Please join us on Friday, Dec. 7th at 6:00 p.m. for Charter Oak Unified School District’s 3rd Annual Holiday Parade. The parade begins in front of Charter Oak High School and continues on throughout the community. There will be food trucks, vendor/craft booths and more in the school parking lot. Afterwards there will be a Fireworks Show. Bring your family and friends to kick off the holiday season. ~Principal Strycula and the Administration Team

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  • Upcoming A.C.T. Dates:

    Upcoming A.C.T. Dates:

    Dec. 8, Feb. 9, Apr. 13, June 8, July 13. The test is not given at COHS. To register go to actstudent.org

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  • Upcoming S.A.T. Dates

    Upcoming S.A.T. Dates

    Dec. 1, March 9, May 4, June 1. To register go to sat.org/register

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  • Thanksgiving Break is November 19-23

    Thanksgiving Break is November 19-23

    Enjoy your break Chargers!

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  • Aeries Mobile Portal App is now available!

    Aeries Mobile Portal App is now available!

    The app can be found in both the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store.

    This app is geared toward parents and students and gives them a concise and mobile-friendly way to access the most crucial student progress data from the Aeries Web Portals. App users are able to view gradebook scores (secondary schools), absences, and tardies as well as contacts. When parents and students want to access more detailed data such as test scores, transcripts, and medical information, they can continue to do so through the web-based Aeries Portals.

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  • COLLEGE FAIR 10/23

    COLLEGE FAIR 10/23

    Gladstone High School is having a College Fair on Tuesday, October 23rd from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. They have over 50 confirmed schools - Cal States, UC's, privates and out-of-states. Gladstone High School is located at 1340 North Enid Ave., Covina and everyone is welcome!

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  • This week is RED RIBBON WEEK!  Keep Calm & Be Drug Free! ~PTSA

    This week is RED RIBBON WEEK! Keep Calm & Be Drug Free! ~PTSA

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  • Classy Closet

    Classy Closet

    If you have been searching for a homecoming dress and haven't found the perfect dress for you, please stop by room C4 after school and check out some dresses that have been donated. Also, if you have a dress you will no longer need, please feel free to donate a dress. Let’s work together as a family to make everyone dress to impress. ~Ms. Nixon

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    Washington, Willow and COHS PTA's need student volunteers to help at the Washington Halloween Carnival on Fri. Oct 26 from 3-5pm or the Willow Trunk or Treat from 5:30-7pm or 7-8:30pm. We also need students to help with Red Ribbon Week - see Mrs. Montell in Athletics Office or email her at mmontell@cousd.net to sign up. - COHS PTSA

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  • Attention IB Juniors...

    Attention IB Juniors...

    your LAST day to register is Friday 10/19! Sign up for exams by linking to Total Registration from the COHS IB website: cohsib.weebly.com. Have your signed blue reg form with you after you finish to confirm registration with me. ~Mrs. Archer

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    The 10/13 event was canceled, however, you can drop off materials on Oct 20, this event is sponsored by the Aquatics Boosters.

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  • Want a Senior Ad in the Yearbook?

    Want a Senior Ad in the Yearbook?

    Click on the link to go directly to the yearbook site and purchase an ad today!

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  • Yearbook Sales

    Yearbook Sales

    Click on the link to go directly to the yearbook site and purchase today!

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  • Parent/Student/Teacher Conferences

    Parent/Student/Teacher Conferences

    Please join us on Thursday, Oct. 4th for conferences. This is a non-student day. Conference times are 11:30am - 2:30pm and 4:30pm - 7:30pm. More details will be provided in the letter being sent home with your student today. ~Mrs. Berry

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  • Homecoming Dance

    Homecoming Dance

    The Homecoming Dance is Saturday, October 27th at the Diamond Bar Center from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. Ticket sales start on Monday, October 1st ($65 with ASB Card / $75 without an ASB Card per person). Buy your tickets early as prices increase each week. Dance Clearance forms and Guest Passes are available in the ASB Finance Office and must be completed before purchasing your tickets. – Mrs. Bauer

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  • Junior and Senior IB students and parents

    Junior and Senior IB students and parents

    Please attend a very important meeting Wednesday, September 26 at 5:30 pm in the COHS MPR. Important information about the program and registration will be discussed. Student are encouraged to attend with parents. ~Mrs. Archer

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  • Start with Hello -Tuesday Challenge:

    Start with Hello -Tuesday Challenge:

    Social isolation can lead to bullying, violence, and/or depression. This leads many to pull away further from society, struggle in the classroom or with making friends, develop physical health issues and/or in some extreme instances, inflict self-harm or harm other because they can no longer cope. Today's challenge is to search out someone who you do not know and say "Hello". Ask him/her to write their name on your card. A simple Hello can make a person's day much more pleasurable!

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  • "Start With HELLO Week"

    "Start With HELLO Week"

    Next week, September 24-28th has been named "Start with Hello Week." Start with Hello is the result of a collaborative effort from people of all walks of life- educators, community leaders, social workers, students and parents who know the consequences of social isolation. In every school and in every community there are young people who suffer silently because they feel left out, alone or invisible. Social isolation is a growing epidemic in the United States and within our schools. In fact, one study reports that chronic loneliness increases our risk of early death by 14%. Furthermore, young people who are isolated can become victims of bullying, violence and/or depression. As a result, many pull further away from society, struggle with learning and social development and/or choose to hurt themselves or others. The counselors will be offering a daily challenge to our COHS family to say Hello to student faculty, works who they may not speak to on a daily basis. Stay tuned for more details. Students, if this is something you are passionate about we could use help with the challenges! Please come to M2 at lunch to help plan. ~ Counseling

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