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COEUR D'ALENE HIGH SCHOOL NEWS

  • EOCA SCHEDULE
     
    Tuesday, 6/2
    Seniors Final – Underclassmen Review Schedule

    1st period test               7:35 – 9:25
    Break                             9:25 – 9:40
    3rd period test              9:45 – 11:35
    Lunch                           11:35 – 12:35
    6th period test           12:40 – 2:30

    Wednesday, 6/3
    Seniors Final – Underclassmen Review Schedule

    2nd period test             7:35 –   9:25
    Break                            9:25 –   9:40
    4/5 period test             9:45 – 11:35
    Lunch                           11:35 - 12:35
    7th period test           12:40 – 2:30

    Thursday, 6/4
    Underclassmen – Final Schedule

    1st period test             7:35 – 9:25
    Break                           9:25 – 9:40
    3rd period test            9:45 – 11:35
    Lunch                           11:35 – 12:35
    6th period test           12:40 – 2:30

    Friday, 6/5
    Underclassmen – Final Schedule

    2nd period test            7:35 – 9:25
    Break                           9:25 – 9:40
    4/5 period test            9:45 – 11:35
    Lunch                           11:35-12:35
    7th period test              12:40 – 2:30


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  • EAGLE SCOUT  
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    THE PAVER PATH TO EAGLE SCOUT
    Article by: Devin Heilman | dheilman@cdapress.com | Posted May 19, 2015
     

    COEUR d'ALENE - Before he's even a senior in high school, Christopher Ward will have the high honor of fulfilling his Eagle Scout requirements and reaching the top of his Scout career.

    The 17-year-old Coeur d'Alene High School junior just completed his final project and only has his communications merit badge left to obtain. Then, this summer, he will go before the Eagle review board and graduate from Boy Scout to Eagle Scout. Read more...


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  • PARENT TECHNOLOGY SURVEY
     
    Our technology department would like your feedback about technology use at school and at home.  This information will assist us in planning our technology professional development and device purchases.  Please complete our Clarity technology survey (http://www.bbyt.es/T98UP) by Friday, May 22nd.  Thank you for your assistance.

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  • SOLO
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    IDAHO STATE SOLO COMPETITION RESULTS
     
    Couer d'alene High School Students who placed:
    Samantha Helal - State Champion String Bass
    Tyler Nethercott - 2nd Place Baritone Saxophone

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  • SKEET AND TRAP
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    SKEET AND TRAP WIN STATE CHAMPIONSHIP 

    Our Viking Skeet and Trap Team won the state championship in Boise last weekend.  Several of our shooters placed in several events (we compete in skeet, trap and sporting clays), and we had several place in the top 6 overall:

    High Overall Score for Tournament:

    Lane Thompson – 2nd Place, High Overall
    Joe Mandaro – 5th Place, High Overall
    Michael Brown – 6th Place, High Overall

     For Skeet:

    Kari Greenbank – 3rd Place, Female
    Ashley Romanowski – 4th Place, Female
    Lane Thompson – 2nd Place, Male
    Michael Brown – 4th Place, Male
    Joe Mandaro – 5th Place, Male

    For Trap:

    Kari Greenbank – 4th Place, Female
    Ashley Romanowski – 6th Place, Female
    Lane Thompson – 2nd Place, Male

    For Sporting Clays –

    Kari Greenbank -  4th  Place, Female
    Ashley Romanowski – 6th place, Female
    Lane Thompson – 2nd place, Male
    Joe Mandaro – 4th place, Male
    Daniel Guillory – 6th place, male

    Lane Thompson and Ryan Kerr also shot their first perfect round in skeet during the tournament.


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  • KEY CLUB
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    KEY CLUB HELPS OUT WITH PLAYGROUND
    By Devin Heilman/dheilman@cdapress.com | cdapress.com

    COEUR d'ALENE - McKenzie Brett was excited to point out where she placed her handprint after slapping sky blue paint on her gloved palm.

    "Mine's right there, right on top," she said with a smile, gesturing to a thick post in a wooden boat feature. "It feels good to know that I left my mark on my hometown." Read more...


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  • PROM
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    A SPECIAL NIGHT FOR CHS PROM ROYALTY
    Maureen Dolan | mdolan@cdapress.com | cdapress.com
    Prom night is a highlight for most high school students, but for Coeur d'Alene High seniors Gayle Frechette and Taylor Tarr it was extra special. Read more... 

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  • SPARKS
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    IN THE MIDDLE OF IT ALL
    By JASON ELLIOTT jelliott@cdapress.com | cdapress.com
     
    Coeur d'alene High senior Elliott Sparks isn't the guy scoring all the touchdowns on the football field.
     
    He doesn't score a ton of points on the basketball court.
     
    Or hit a lot of three-run home runs on the baseball field.
     
    Not even close.
     
    But it is almost guaranteed that he'll be right in the middle of that result.  Read more...

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  • GUNNERSON
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    GUNNERSON HURDLES TOWARD RECORDS 
     BY GREG LEE, THE SPOKESMAN-REVIEW
     

    The Coeur d’Alene senior naturally wants to defend her state championship in the 100-meter hurdles and capture a title in the 300 that she narrowly missed in a photo finish that required officials to spend 10 minutes deciding a winner.

    The more she lowers her personal bests, the more scholarship money she earns from Brigham Young University, where she plans to attend.

    Gunnerson is teeming with motivation. Within her reach are school and state records.

    “I really want to test my limits,” Gunnerson said. Read More...


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  • DECA STORE  
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    DECA STUDENTS SHOW THEIR SKILLS

    Posted: Wednesday, April 8, 2015 | MAUREEN DOLAN | mdolan@cdapress.com

    DECA students at Coeur d'Alene High School already know what it feels like to be successful in business. The school's store, run by students who participate in DECA, is one of just 285 in the nation to be gold-certified. Read More...


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  • 2015-2016 COURSE HANDBOOK AVAILABLE
    Start planning for the classes you want to take next year. The new course handbook is now available with updated classes for the 2015-2016 school year. Click to view...
     

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The Coeur d'alene High School Chamber Singers took 1st in the AAAA Division 2015 Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival. Listen to their winning performance below.

UPCOMING EVENTS

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ATHLETES OF MONTH

APRIL
SOFTBALL: Abby Howard and Kylie Rasmussen
BASEBALL: Elliott Sparks
TRACK: Kaitlyn Gunnerson, Victoria Goetz and Anthony Dahlheimer
GOLF:  Jake Weber and Jessica Fahy
TENNIS: Lauren Carlsen, Kennan Orlandi and Riley Ellingsen
LACROSSE: Ryan Steiner
SKEET AND TRAP:  Lane Thompson
 
MAY
SOFTBALL: Jadyn Behn, Analisa Raynor and Bryce Catt
BASEBALL: Jackson Sumner and Colin Richards
TRACK: Josette McArthur and Carmen Duffy
GOLF:  Chase Mitchell and Kendra Pasco
TENNIS: Sara Walker, Pierre Schramback and Kyle Schneider
LACROSSE: Harrison Davies

HEADLINES

  • NEW* SENIOR YEARBOOK INFORMATION *NEW

    Deadlines: Yearbook Prices: August 2014 – Early Bird Yearbook Purchase Special $55 September 2014 – December 17, 2014 – Yearbook Pre-Purchase Price $60 Senior Deadlines: September 26, 2014 Senior Portraits Due October 17, 2014 Senior Ad/Group Ads Due October 24, 2014

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  • COMMON CORE INFORMATION

    In January of 2011, Idaho became one of forty-seven states and U.S. territories to adopt the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). Over the next few years, you will notice some changes to instruction and testing in our schools that will directly impact your child. It is essential that you know about these changes and what resources are available to help you support your child.

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  • HOW DO I SIGN UP FOR DRIVERS EDUCATION?

    Click headline for application.

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COMMON QUESTIONS

  • FROM OUR STUDENTS

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    DO I NEED A PARKING PASS?
     All students parking on campus need to display a parking pass which is free unless desiring a spot in the Senior Parking Lot. Please do not park awkwardly or in the incorrect location. If your parking pass is lost, a $5.00 fee will apply
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  • FROM OUR STUDENTS' PARENTS

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    CAN I GET A FREE OR REDUCED LUNCH?
    The main office and the cafeteria have copies of the application and it is available online at our district website. Once the application is filled out, please have your child return it to the main office. If you qualify, the Nutrition Department will contact you.
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  • FROM OUR COMMUNITY

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    WHERE CAN I BUY VIKING WEAR?
    Thanks for showing your support of our school! Viking Wear can be purchased at the school, on our website or at many of our home school events. 
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