CAREER PREP HIGH SCHOOL


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DR. CHEE IS SPOTLIGHTED IN THE FARMINGTON DAILY TIMES!

The Farmington Daily Times recently featured our own Dr. Chee in an article celebrating his award of TEACHER OF THE YEAR for Region 2 by the National Johnson-O'Malley Association.

Click on this link to read the article:

https://www.daily-times.com/story/news/local/navajo-nation/2019/04/20/career-prep-teacher-receives-national-award/3513880002/

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NO SCHOOL and STATE TESTING COMING UP!

There is no school for Good Friday, April 19th. We will begin State Testing on Monday, April 29th. Please make sure you are attending all your classes every day to be ready for these important tests!

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CareerPrep@Night

SCHEDULE CHANGE

Due to no Early Release days until May 8th, this session of CareerPrep@Night will run MONDAY thru THURSDAY for 3 weeks, April 15th thru May 2nd.

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NO EARLY RELEASE

There will be no Early Release on May 1st due to New Mexico State Testing. Please make sure you attend school the full day.

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DUAL CREDIT SHORT CLASS

If you need to earn your “Dual Credit” class credit before the end of the school year, you can sign up for the CareerPrep@Night class starting April 29th. See Mr. Manus ASAP for more information, as you must sign up by Thursday, April 18th!

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SUMMER JOBS!

If you are interested in working this summer, Capacity Builders in Farmington is looking for 16 people ages 16-24 to work in Shiprock. If you are interested, go to Capacity Builders in Farmington and apply for the Youth Conservation Corps.

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The 2019-2020 Calendar is here!

Click the link below to download next school year’s calendar:

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Academic Calendar 2019-2020

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Ongoing Phoenix Events:

DUAL CREDIT & EDGENUITY

Students don’t forget- if you are enrolled in Dual Credit and/or Edgenuity classes you can go to CareerPrep@Night to use the computer.

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GYM DAYS

Ladies will be able to use the gym at lunch on Tuesdays and Thursdays, while Gentlemen will have the gym Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.

 

Career Prep Web Pages

Mr. Young’s Weebly pages:

CPHS Drawing/Painting Weebly page

 

Mrs. Mizell’s Weebly pages:

World History

Algebra I & State Test Prep

https://www.khanacademy.org/

PrepFactory.org

FreeRice.com

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School-Based Health Clinic

See a provider here at school without having to travel and miss school!

Providers are here every Tuesday and Thursday starting at 9am.

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Career Prep@Night

 

EARN UP TO 1 CREDIT IN 4 WEEKS

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The current session of classes for CareerPrep@Night is Math, Employability Skills, Social Studies, and English. Teachers will be Mrs. Swope, and Mrs. Mizell. Classes will run from April 15th to May 10th.

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Classes will meet Monday thru Thursday, 3:30pm-7:30pm.

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If you haven't registered for classes, stop by Mr. Manus' office and verify which classes you need, then go to the office and sign up with Ms. Benally.

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Students with jobs during the day can take their Credit Recovery classes at night! Also, if you are a CPHS student and have an online class you can come use a computer after school.

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Snacks and Daycare will be provided.

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Saturday School

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Each Quarter, there will be only TWO Saturday Schools to make up absences and tardies. These are the remaining the Saturday Schools this year:

 

Quarter 4 - 5/11  THIS IS THE LAST ONE!!!

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Saturday School is 8am-12noon.

Every 30 minutes clears ONE absence

If you are there ALL FOUR HOURS you get double attendance credit!

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Pledge of Allegiance

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·  If you would like to say the Pledge of Allegiance in the mornings, drop by the office right before school the day you want to say it.

·  Let your 1st period teacher know ahead of time so they won't mark you tardy!

·  If you need some practice, here is an excellent recitation on YouTube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qiS_bF_ihp4

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Quick Links:

 

Breakfast & Lunch Menu

CPHS Ceramics Weebly page

CPHS Drawing/Painting Weebly page

CCSD District Home Page

District Calendar (18-19)

Year-Long Testing Schedule

PowerSchool for Administrators

PowerSchool for Students & Parents

PowerSchool for Substitutes

PowerSchool for Teachers

Scholarship Opportunities

SJC CANVAS (Dual Credit)

CNM Learn (Dual Credit)

Edgenuity

NM Public Education Department

FreeRice.com

 


 

CPHS Information:

Post Office Box 3514
West Hwy. 64
Shiprock, New Mexico 87420
Phone: (505) 368-4980
Fax: (505) 368-5703

 

PRINCIPAL........................................Mrs. Staci Gallaher
 
COUNSELOR........................................Mr. Dwayne Manus
 
ATTENDANCE SECRETARY.............................Ms. Regina Benally
 
REGISTRAR/LIBRARIAN..............................Ms. Joann John
 
DAYCARE DIRECTOR.................................Ms. Laurinda Warren
SCHOOL HEALTH NURSE..............................Ms. Dawn Fowler
SCHOOL HEALTH AIDE...............................Ms. Paige Toehe
 
WORK EXPERIENCE COORDINATOR......................Ms. Brianna Bergtholdt
 



Mission Statement:
The mission of Career Prep High School is to provide students with the opportunities necessary to earn a high school diploma. This will be accomplished by creating a positive learning environment, maintaining high expectations and challenging students to make choices that will result in life-long learning, career development, cultural awareness and community involvement.

The complex is located on West Highway 64 just past Eva B. Stokely Elementary School and the Phil Thomas Performing Arts Center.
Turn at the light by the City Market shopping complex heading North/West and proceed past Dine College West, Shiprock High, The Phil, EBS, and turn at the CPHS digital sign.
The entrance to Career Prep is near the flag poles.



Since it opened in 1994 as the alternative school for Central Consolidated School District, Career Prep High School has been serving students who have needed a different approach to education.  With its smaller learning community, focus on relationships with students, and a career focus, CPHS students find an opportunity to excel. Student interests guide their course selection towards a career program of study. Faculty advisors assist them in pursuing their career goals and overcoming barriers to success in school.