Mr. Jones

Class and College Admission Information

Success 1600 Students

The following students have been selected in the lottery for the 24 spots in the 2018 Success 1600 class at CHS. These students (and their parents) will be getting an email with more information very soon. If a slot becomes available, the alternate will be notified directly by email.

Maribel Antunez-Uriostegui
Alexandrea Bumgarner
Leonardo Cerda
Lujain Diab
Jasmine Dillon
Tyrone English
Taylor Evans
Shalia Fant
Destini Floyd
Noelia Garcia
Benjamin Grady
Milan John Ibe
Evelyn Lewis
Jaliyah Marcus
Carlos Moreno
Jayden Nelson
Montserrat Olvera-Hernandez
Tsemaye Oseragbaje
Mitaire Oseragbaje
Terrence Pratt
Bryce Raymond
Joseph Smith
Lyric Vinson
Jordan Whitaker

Download your Extended Essay Reflection Form Here

Seniors–you must complete this reflection form as part of your Extended Essay process. You can download it using the link below:

EEReflectionForm

See Mr. Lynch if you have any questions.

Bank of America Student Leaders Program

Since its inception in 2005, the Bank of America Student Leaders Program has recognized more than 2,500 exemplary high school juniors and seniors who have a passion for improving their communities.  The program helps students gain a greater understanding of how nonprofits create impact in the community and helps develop them as the next generation of community leaders through two components:

 

·         A summer eight-week paid internship with a nonprofit organization selected by the bank. This internship is designed to provide opportunities for the students to develop and apply leadership skills through hands-on work experience, while raising their awareness of community issues addressed by their Host Organization.  

·         The week-long, all-expense paid Student Leaders Summit in Washington, D.C. from July 8-13, 2018. Conducted in partnership with the Close Up Foundation, the Summit introduces students to aspects of civic, social and business leadership and provides them with knowledge and skills they will use throughout their life to create positive community change.

 

In order to spread the word about the opportunity to your members, partners, and affiliates, please forward or distribute the attached flyer. If you would like to receive posters, please contact me and I will send them to you.  

 

We appreciate your help spreading the word about the Bank of America Student Leaders Program. Students can apply for the program by going to www.bankofamerica.com/studentleaders. Please note the application opens on October 30, 2017 with a deadline of February 2, 2018. There will be no deadline extensions.

Tutors Needed for Basketball Team

The Jr. Spartan basketball program is gearing up to start our regular season next month and it’s the inaugural year of our tutorial program. We’ll meet on Tuesdays in Coach McClure’s classroom from 4:45-5:45 from November through February. We need 2-4 tutors each week and we’re prepared to pay up to $10 each (or sign off on their service hours). The online sign-up is here.  Contact  [email protected]  if you have questions.

CAS Opportunity-Glory Haus Warehouse Sale

Glory Haus Warehouse Sale, also known as Purchase for a Purpose, is partnering once again with Cobb Schools Foundation on Saturday October 28 and Saturday November 4 at their warehouse in Marietta. The Warehouse Sale helps Cobb Schools Foundation raise money to support our projects and programs supporting students and teachers through our 114 schools in the Cobb County School District. Products prices at a deep discount give shoppers a unique opportunity to purchase these great items AND a portion of the proceeds goes back to Cobb Schools Foundation. Volunteers must be 16 years or older and be responsible their own transportation to and from Glory Haus.

This event cannot happen without volunteers. Please click on this link to share the opportunity with teachers and students who would like to help us- help you. Our proceeds from the sale help us provide
– Teacher IMPACT Grants
– SAT Test Prep Courses with Success 1600
– Senior Scholarships
– and so much more!

Reading Schedule for Dubliners

On this date (B/A) day… …you should have read these stories:
10/4  or 10/5 “The Sisters” and “An Encounter”
10/12 or 10/17 “Araby” and “Eveline” and “After the Race”
10/18 or 10/19 “Two Gallants” and “The Boarding House” and
“A Little Cloud”
10/20 or 10/23 “Counterparts” and “Clay”
10/26 or 10/27 “A Painful Case” and “Ivy Day in the Committee Room”
10/30 or 10/31 “A Mother” and “Grace”
11/1 or 11/2 “The Dead”

CAS Opportunity: Nickajack Elementary School Fall Festival

This is a great event every year–please consider signing up (it’s fun to work there in groups). The Fall Festival will be held at Nickajack ES on Friday, October 13, from 6pm – 8:30pm. The link to sign up is here.

Download the flier below for more info:

2017 Fall Festival Flier-2ij2h69

GHP 2018 (Academic Areas)

CHS will be sending 17 students to the county-level interviews this year for the academic areas of the Governor’s Honors Program (Communicative Arts, World Languages, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies). If you are a sophomore or junior interested in interviewing for one of these spots during the week of October 09-13, bookmark this post! Everything you need for the process–paperwork, applications, timelines, links, and so on–will be posted here. See Mr. Jones in room 902 or email him ([email protected]) if you have any questions. For more information about the GHP program statewide, visit the official site here.

Step 1: Download the application using this link:

chs-application-for-ghp 2018-1zinlbj

It is a Word document, and the answer boxes will expand as you type. You will need to fill out one application for each subject area you wish to interview for (you can interview for as many subject areas as you like). Complete the application, print it (save it as well–you will need your answers again if you are selected), and bring it with you to the interview–give the hard copy to one of the teachers running the interview session.

Step 2: Attend the interview for your subject area(s). The interview schedule is below. If you cannot attend the interview because of a schedule conflict, see the teacher listed or Mr. Jones and we will try to work out an alternate time. All interviews must be completed by Friday, October 13. Selected students will be notified by the end of that day and given instructions about the next steps in the process.

Morning (7:40-8:10) Afternoon (3:45-4:15)
Monday, 10/9  n/a Spanish

Roberson

Room 905

Tuesday, 10/10 Science

Osinski

Room 1004

Math

Yoder

Room 907

Wednesday, 10/11  n/a Social Studies

Gagnier

Room 913

Thursday, 10/12

(Early Release Day)

French

Dimova

Room 901

Communicative Arts (English)*

S. Smith

Room 914

*This session will start 15 minutes after Early Release dismissal.

Friday, 10/13 Any make-up interviews (please schedule with individual teachers)

 

 n/a

 

 

Georgia Tech Women in Engineering Program

The Georgia Tech Women in Engineering Program is excited to announce the 18th annual Engineering Career Conference (ECC) for current female junior and senior high school students.

ECC is designed to give high school girls knowledge and information about the eleven engineering disciplines offered at Georgia Tech to help them decide if they’d like to study engineering in college, and, if so, which type of engineering is best for them.

This year’s ECC will be held on Thursday, October 5, 2017 from 8:30AM to 4:00PM in the Georgia Tech Student Center Ballroom. Over the course of a day, prospective female students have the opportunity to hear directly from Georgia Tech’s world-renowned faculty and current Tech students about the various engineering majors offered at GT. In addition, attendees have the chance to meet with a GT Admissions Counselor to find out about the admissions process and the academic requirements necessary to be successful in engineering undergraduate programs.

The non-refundable registration fee for ECC is $25, which covers all materials as well as breakfast and lunch for each girl attending the program, and breakfast for parents or guardians and teachers. The application link may be found at

http://forms.coe.gatech.edu/content/ecc-application.

Taste of Smyrna–Volunteers Needed!

See the message from Mr. Penick below–this is a big deal for us, so consider volunteering!

Taste of Smyrna is happening on September 16th, and the IB Program partners with Smyrna Education Foundation to sell drinks that day.  The primary goal is to help them raise money to give grants to the schools in our area.  The secondary goal is to represent our school and program well during this community event so more people will have a positive image of CHS (and IB).  I really, really need responsible, motivated, enthusiastic people to volunteer for this b/c it’s a big showcase for our school.  The sign up genius below has the slots and times available—everything is in two-hour shifts, so it’s not the whole day that you volunteer. 

http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0d44a5a92aaafd0-taste  

You can email me ([email protected]) with questions if you have them.

One of the reps from Smyrna Education Foundation will be here next Friday, Sept 15th, during lunch to talk about what you will be doing.  If you sign up, plan to be in Mr. Jones’ room (902) during D and E lunch to meet with that person. 

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