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High school yearbooks are back on sale. This is your LAST CHANCE to pre-order a yearbook or add personalization to your copy. This sale will run through December 5th. Order forms are available in the front office and from Mrs. Flemming.

Each year, CHS Clubs adopt as many Christmas Angels as humanely possible to ensure a happy Christmas morning for our neediest school students.  If you can help us provide for these angels, please contact Valerie Smith or Fidah Williams at 493-6000.  Thank you for all you do to help our community!  May your holidays be filled with health and peace!  Go Indians!

Middle School FFA…… will be selling Poinsettias after Thanksgiving Break. They will be selling for $8.00 a plant or 2 for $15.00


The 23rd Annual Pie Auction for Student Government was held Thursday, November 20 at 6:00 in the CMHS cafeteria. This is the largest SGA fundraiser has and it helps to fund projects throughout the school year.   Student Government must complete over 100 projects in 9 different projects area (school service, school spirit, health & safety, Faculty & Staff, etc) to be recognized as a “gold member council” every year at State Convention.  

We are thrilled to report this year’s event raised over $2400 for our council. We had a wonderful turnout with 31 desserts baked by 23 bakers and 21 buyers. The top three desserts purchased were:

1. Chocolate Cake with Butter Cream Frosting by Sheri Lee -$200 purchased by Beef O’ Brady’s.

2. Oreo Cookie Cake by Faye Sache- $190 purchased by Big John’s

3. Candy Bar Cake by Lois Gore- $170 purchased by Shep’s Welding.

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11/24/14         Basketball, @ Crystal River JVB/VB               6:00/7:30

 November 24-25 NO SCHOOL

November 26-28 Thanksgiving Holidays-NO SCHOOL

Students return to school Monday, December 1, 2014

12/1/14 @ Taylor County  JVB/VB              5:30/7:00

                                Suwannee  JVG/VG                       5:30/7:00

12-1 Math tutoring on Wednesday after school for one hour in Mrs. Plemmons room.

12-2 Math tutoring on Tuesday after school for one hour in Dr. Mitchell’s room.

12/2/14 St. Francis  VG                                   6:00

12-3 Math tutoring on Wednesday after school for one hour in Mrs. Plemmons room.

12-4 Math tutoring on Tuesday after school for one hour in Dr. Mitchell’s room.

12/5/14 @ Williston  JVB/VG/VB                                5:00/6:30/8:00

12/8/14 @ Lafayette  JVG/VG                                     4:00/6:30

December 8th a representative from Florida Bright Futures will be here to assist our students in applying for Bright Futures.  The same evening at 6:00 p.m. in the Media Center, there will be a parent night to discuss scholarship opportunities and FASFA. Please make plans to attend.  We look forward to seeing you. 

Central Florida Electric Cooperative is accepting applications for their Washington/Tallahassee Youth Tour, deadline to turn in application is 12/12, See below for more information or  visit the www.cfec.com website.

GRAB A BREAKFAST AND GO!

A new program will also be "greeting" students as they return to school this year – a breakfast grab and go program. READ MORE


Math Tutoring

Mrs. Plemmons classroom  - Monday/Wednesday

Dr. Mitchell's classroom - Tuesday/Thursday


 

November Teacher of the Month
 
Congratulations to Mrs. Fidah Williams for being our Teacher of the Month for November at the High School. Mrs. Williams was nominated and selected by the Student Government Leadership class. Students in leadership that nominated her had this to say: Mrs. Williams is willing to go out of her way to help anybody and she’s an amazing teacher. No matter how swamped with tasks she is, she always has time for her students, the seniors and BETA.-          Mrs. Williams is a very understanding teacher that listens and is willing to help you. She is very helpful and gives great advice.
 
November Student of the Month 

Congratulations to the High School October Student of the Month - Cheyenne Walker

High school student Cheyenne Walker is November student of the month. Cheyenne is one of the kindest, students I've ever had the opportunity to have in class.  She is concerned about her fellow classmates, and takes the time to assist them whenever needed.  I've never heard her say an unkind word about anyone.  She is mature beyond her age.  Cheyenne works so hard in class and is always trying to complete a perfect assignment.  I never have to ask her to review her work, she does it herself.  She is always willing to volunteer to help me in class whenever needed or even outside of class.  I would absolutely love to see this student receive "student of the month."  She is a wonderful role model for her peers, and she would be an outstanding representative as "student of the month" for Chiefland High School.

Chiefland Middle Student of the Month -Carly Gillen 6th Grade

Carly is new to our school.  She has a twin brother named Caleb.  She is a very sweet, conscientious young lady that is like by all those she comes in contact with. 

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Central Florida Electric Cooperative is accepting applications for their Washington/Tallahassee Youth Tour.  It all begins with a two day expense-paid trip to Tallahassee. Six lucky juniors within our Tri-County service area, whose residence is served by Central Florida Electric Coop., will be selected to attend.  While at the State Capital they will become familiar with our legislature and how it conducts political decision making.  We will visit interesting places and you will also participate in a chance to be one of three students chosen to be part of Central Florida Electric Cooperative’s Washington Youth Tour.

Be sure to ask your Guidance Counselor for details and applications, or visit our web site at www.cfec.com

Dates to Remember:

Deadline to turn in applications    December 12, 2014

Selection for Tallahassee Y.T. by  January 16, 2015

Tallahassee Youth Tour                   February 18-19, 2015

Selection for Washington Y.T. by  February 20, 2015

 Washington D.C. Youth Tour          June 13-18, 2015


 
Updated: 11/21/2014

 

 

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Chiefland, Florida 32626
Phone: (352) 493-6000
Fax: (352) 493-6018
 
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Chiefland, Florida 32626
Phone: (352) 493-6025
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We, the faculty of Chiefland Middle High School, believe our purpose is to challenge and prepare students to become productive, responsible citizens.  We will encourage students within a caring and challenging community to set achievable goals and strive to reach these goals through personal excellence

 

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