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Posted October 20, 2014
Parent Conference Details
Parent conferences are scheduled for Wednesday, November 5, from 8 a.m. to noon, 1 to 5 p.m, and 6 to 9 p.m. You may call the office at 304-342-8415 between 8 a.m and 3:30 p.m. to schedule conferences.

Sixth grade conferences will be held in the library. Parents will wait in the hallway outside the library. At the scheduled conference time, four sets of sixth grade parents will enter the library, and each will meet with one of the sixth grade teachers, who will be spread out around the library. A timer will ring every six minutes and parents will rotate to the next sixth grade teacher. After meeting with each teacher, all four sets of parents will exit the library and a new group of parents will enter.

Seventh and eighth grade conferences will be held in the Commons. Parents will wait in the hallway outside the office. At the scheduled conference time, five sets of seventh and eighth grade parents will enter the Commons, and each will meet with one of the middle school teachers, who will be spread out around the room. A timer will ring every five minutes and parents will rotate to the next teacher. After meeting with each teacher, all five sets of parents will exit the Commons and a new group of parents will enter.

**Please note: Mrs. Hayes and Ms. Dorsey teach both sixth grade and seventh/ eighth grade. On conference day, they will be meeting with sixth grade parents. However, each will leave information for the parents of seventh/ eighth grade students who they teach. If you have specific concerns, please call Mrs. Hayes or Ms. Dorsey the week before conferences to talk with them. **

High school conferences will be held in each teacher's classroom. Conferences will last for 10 minutes.

Please come with questions to ask so that your time is used efficiently.
Posted October 11, 2014
Important after-school pick-up changes!
First Presbyterian Church will begin a construction project on the front steps of the church on Monday, October 13. During the time of construction, the front area of the church (the steps!) will NOT be available for Charleston Catholic students to use for pick-up, drop-off, or any other purpose. Please make alternate arrangements. Students may wait along the Charleston Catholic side of Leon Sullivan Way while the project is completed. Thank you for your cooperation.
Posted September 29, 2014
Read the September newsletter!
Dear parents and students:
    This summer, Pope Francis offered his ten tips for happiness. One suggestion is to give young people meaningful work. Through work, people achieve, and their sense of self-worth grows. Encountering a challenge and having to exert effort is good for students; it sparks their determination. By meeting the goals that have been established and by overcoming adversity, students are able to discover their personal strengths.
    One of the tasks that I am enjoying most this year is visiting classrooms. Read more...
Posted October 9, 2014
KROGER CARES BECOMES KROGER COMMUNITY REWARDS
   Effective September 1, 2014, Kroger has started a new fundraising program to replace the Kroger Cares program. It is called Kroger Community Rewards. The process is even simpler than before! Instead of using the pre-paid gift cards, now all you have to do is complete a one-time online registration of your Kroger Plus Shopper's Card, use the card when you checkout, and Charleston Catholic will receive a check from Kroger on a quarterly basis. To register your card, go to www.krogercommunityrewards.com and use the Charleston Catholic organization number 83696. Be sure you have your Kroger Plus card available when you register. Kroger Plus Cards are available at the Customer Service desk at any Kroger. What an easy way to raise funds for CCHS without costing you a penny!
Posted September 14, 2014
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