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Congratulations to Elizabeth Duan. Her art piece titled "Encounter" was inducted into the Santa Clara County of Education's permanent student art exhibit. It was one of 38 pieces chosen out of 1000, and will now be representing CHS in the largest permanent student art exhibit in the state! 

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Dear Parents of Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors,


The CHS Grad Night Committee has been working all year to plan the party of a lifetime for our graduating students and now we need to ask your help in bringing our vision to life.  


Please visit the following link to review the many opportunities available starting a few days before the party and ending with clean up the following morning:


Working with our 2016 Chairs, Kim Zea and Carrie Reichenberger, volunteers are needed to:


Decorate with Michelle Riess and Chris Jacobs

Prepare food with Elena Herrera

Set-up the day of the event with the committee - Strong backs welcome and needed!

Check-in students as they arrive at the party with Vandana Agarwal

Secure jackets, yearbooks and assorted stuff in coat check with Illa Mistry

Run a carnival game with Nancy Boyle

Deal cards or spin the wheel in our casino with Ione Yuen

Call boxer bingo with Ione Yuen

Oversee mini-golf with Randy Martin

Staff the prize booth with Emilie Ho

Float where needed with Jenny Martin

Secure the emergency exits with Pete Hernandez

Clean-up and pack away with Myoung Kang, Nancy Boyle and Roya Erfan


Training and direction will be provided.  No experience necessary for any task!


Your student doesn't want you at the party?  No worries.  Many opportunities are available before the party, behind the scenes during the party, and with clean-up after the party.  And since volunteering is always more fun with friends, be sure to invite other CHS parents to join you.


Your family doesn't include a member of the graduating class?  The same is true for many members of the committee!  But the only way to plan a great party when your son or daughter graduates is to volunteer now and learn what it's all about.  And when your child graduates you will be be able to enjoy the ceremony knowing  parents of younger children are attending to all the last minute details.  


More than 200 students have already purchased tickets for the 2016 party but if your senior has yet to do so, visit the Grad Night web page for more information.


Questions about volunteering?  Contact Jenny Martin at


Please go to to choose a volunteer job or two and be a part of making this party one our kids will remember.


Thank you,


2016 Grad Night Committee


Kim Zea (2016)

Carrie Reichenberger (2016)

Elena Herrera (2016)

Vandana Agarwal (2016)

Illa Mistry (2016)

Ione Yuen (2017)

Myoung Kang (2017)

Nancy Boyle (2018)

Emilie Ho (2016)

Chris Jacobs (2016)

Michelle Riess (2016 and 2019)

Martina Herhusky (2016 and 2018)

Karen Hersh (2018)

Sandy Yamaguchi (2016 and 2019)

Jenny Martin (2017)




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Dear Seniors,


The past four years have passed so quickly - it seems like just yesterday you were arriving for freshmen orientation. Friday is senior checkout and we are only eight days away from your high school graduation!




Checkout instructions:

  1. Distribution of Senior Checkout Cards:
    • Seniors with a 7th period - report to your 7th period class at 9:35 a.m. on Friday to pick up your checkout card and have it signed by your teacher.
    • Seniors who have a 1st period but no 7th period - checkout cards will be distributed in your 1st period class Friday beginning at 9:55 a.m.
    • If you do not have a 1st period class or a 7th period class, you will pickup your checkout card outside the College and Career Center beginning at 9:45, before the start of 2nd period.
  2. You must attend all of your classes on Friday and you must stay for the entire period. Each of your teachers will sign your checkout card indicating whether or not you passed the class and if you have returned your book.
  3. If you do not have any delinquencies with the library or ASB, and if you have completed your senior exit survey on Naviance, your checkout card will already be signed by Mrs. McLeod/Mrs. Fratus, Mrs. Balga and Ms. Arranaga.
  4. If you have a delinquency and/or you have not completed your senior exit survey, you will not have all the necessary signatures. You will need to clear the delinquency and/or complete the exit survey and have your checkout card signed in the library, ASB office and/or the College and Career Center.
  5. After your last class of the day (no earlier than 1:15), you will bring your completed checkout card to the Wagon Wheel (enter through the doors on the quad side of the building) where you will complete checkout. Students who have not completed their last class of the day will be sent back to class so please do not arrive early.
  6. If you purchased a yearbook and/or cap and gown you will pick them up after completing checkout. You will also receive your cumulative file containing all your school records.

All seniors must complete the checkout process regardless of graduation status.


We look forward to celebrating with you next week and we wish you the best of luck in your future endeavors.


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