CAREER PREP HIGH SCHOOL


Home of the Phoenix

.
.

FOLLOW US:
http://centralschools.org/~cps/Facebook.jpg
http://centralschools.org/~cps/Twitter.jpg

Good Day Phoenixes! 

.

Here are a few updates on the school re opening:

.

--The board has voted to not have students begin classes until September 14th.

.

--In the meantime, laptops have been ordered for all students to check out. At the high school level these are Mac Books.

.

--Teachers will be learning how to use Google Classroom to provide students lessons when they are required to learn remotely at home.

.

--The next remote credit recovery night school session will begin August 17th; email me if interested in joining this session. 

.

Please watch your email and for push out notices for any changes or additions to these updates. 

.

Sincerely, 

Staci Gallaher 

Principal Career Prep 

.

.

ATTENTION ALL CCSD STUDENTS!

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN EARNING CREDITS BEFORE SCHOOL STARTS,

CONTACT MRS. GALLAHER to REGISTER FOR CP@N!

Call or Text 505-608-0140

Email galls@centralschools.org

 

 

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN TAKING CNM THIS FALL,

.

CONTACT MRS. MIZELL to GET HELP REGISTERING with CNM, and start your EverFi preparation for your CNM class!

.

Call or Text 970-739-3775

Email mizev@centralschools.org

.

.

Click the link below to watch...

Career Prep High School's Virtual Senior Celebration 2020!

 

.

.

..

Phoenix News:.

CareerPrep@Night STARTS MONDAY, JULY 20th!

Get a head start on your credits!

If you are interested in taking some classes online or with packets before school starts, please contact our principal, Mrs. Gallaher, by Monday, July 20th.

We will have many classes available such as Art, ELA, Employability Skills, Science, Math, History, and others.

You can do your work in packets or online, depending on the class.

These classes are free to take, and you can complete a full credit if you get your work done.

 .

Here are some suggestions for successful completion of CareerPrep@Night:

.

·         Send pictures/details of your work to your teachers AT LEAST ONCE A WEEK. You can take pictures with your phone; you can call your teachers and tell them what you have worked on; you can send an email and attach your work or describe it in your own words. This is also a chance to get feedback- are you doing things satisfactorily, or do you need to make some changes?

.

·         Talk to your teachers AT LEAST twice a week. They need to know how you are doing, and if they don’t hear from you, expect them to call, text, or email. It is VERY IMPORTANT to communicate how you are doing so teachers can do their part, too!

.

If you are enrolled in a class with a teacher, click on their name to open a new page with information for their classes. (Some links are not active yet.) You can also click on their email to create an email message to them using an email program on your device.

 

If you wish to call and talk to your teachers, you can use the information below to do so- please don’t hesitate to take advantage of it!

,

·        Alfonso

Call or Text 8am-4pm, Monday-Friday

Phone 505-860-2130

Email alfor@centralschools.org

.

·        Berg

Text 12pm-3pm, Monday-Friday

505-787-0366

Email bergb@centralschools.org

.

·        Binas

Text/Call anytime

505-716-0973

Email binae@centralschools.org

..

·        Felis

Email felir@centralschools.org

.

·        Gallaher (Principal)

Call/Text 7:40am-4:00pm, Monday-Friday

505-608-0140

Email galls@centralschools.org

.

·        Marcilla

Text anytime

970-403-5574

Email marcj@centralschools.org

.

·        Mizell

Text anytime

Call 2pm-4pm, Monday-Thursday

970-739-3775

Email mizev@centralschools.org

.

·        Peterson

Call Monday 10a-11a, Wednesday 10a-11a, or Thursday 2p-3p

505-488-1127

Email petej@centralschools.org

.

·        Rea

Call 7:30am-3:30pm, Monday-Friday

970-529-6193

Email reato@centralschools.org

.

·        Swope

Call 8am-11am, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday

970-799-0554

Email swopk@centralschools.org

.

·        Young

Call 10am-1pm, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

505-354-1922

Website http://careerprepart.weebly.com/

Email younr@centralschools.org

Email mryoungsart@gmail.com

.

SCHOOL CLOSURE

Governor.Michelle Lujan Grisham has declared that schools in New Mexico will be closed for the rest of the school year to help slow the spread of COVID-19. Students will not return to school at this point, and CCSD is working on ways to continue learning through the end of the year. We will let you know as soon as a decision is made and we can move forward.

.

ONLY ESSENTIAL PERSONNEL will be allowed in school buildings during this time, and some locations will be working on providing services and meals, such as drive-up meals.

..

As shared by the CDC (Centers for Disease Control) please remember to:

· avoid large crowds

· cough into your elbow if you must cough

· thoroughly clean surfaces using household cleaners with bleach

.

Since COVID-19 is the most harmful for elders and those with chronic health conditions, try to find ways to care for elders and others in ways that limit exposure to too many people. For most people, COVID-19 will not be as damaging as it is for our elders and those with chronic illness.

.. 

Here are some GREAT websites to help you stay on top of your learning:

.

KhanAcademy has great lessons, practice problems, quizzes, and tests you can use for free anytime! They cover all subjects but are best for Math and Science. Do a little exploring in the “course” you wish study, or use the search bar to find specific topics to focus on.

Quizlet.com is great for vocabulary and Social Studies classes. Try the fun games and take tests to test your recall.

FreeRice.com covers all subjects and donates food for every correct answer you get. Try out different categories and see how much you can contribute to those in need around the world!

PrepFactory.com covers Math, English, and Science and has great practice problems! It can give you a study plan or you can pick and choose what you work on- SAT (graduation test!), ACT, old PARCC, and other tests are covered.

 

..

PHOENIX G.R.A.D.S. IN THE SPOTLIGHT

.

Check out this video showcasing the wonderful and unique reasons why CPHS is an amazing school- our G.R.A.D.S. program! Click on the link:

.

Career Prep Highlights 2019

..

.

.

...

.

Ongoing Phoenix Events:

TEEN GRIEF GROUP

Every other Tuesday we will be having TEEN GRIEF meetings for any students who wish to participate! Click here to download a flyer:

.

TEEN GRIEF GROUP FLYER.

.

These groups will help you get support, gain strength, and if you are not sure if it would help, just give it a try!

The groups will meet in room 148C, near Mr. Young’s room, with Mrs. Benally.

.

Career Prep Web Pages

Mr. Young’s Weebly pages:

CPHS Drawing/Painting Weebly page

 

.

KhanAcademy

PrepFactory.org

FreeRice.com

SheppardSoftware.com

EverFi

.

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.

CNM Learn (Dual Credit)

Edgenuity

 

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.

..

BOND WILSON STUDENTS

A reminder to students riding the bus to Bond Wilson- You should wait in the lobby at the front of the building when you return to school. Bond Wilson students should not be going to classrooms, lockers, etc., and will be released to do so when the bell rings releasing students to the next class.

.

RULES REMINDER

Students, take ownership of your decisions- some individuals are not complying with the rules and we are having too many disruptions in classes. At this time, the policy is NO PHONES out at school, and NO BAGS in class. Also, NO HOODIES, HATS, OR BEANIES.

.

CareerPrep@Night

The current CP@N session is Art, Honors English, Math, and Social Studies classes. It will run February 18th – March 12th.

Classes will meet Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday, 3:05pm-7:05pm.

.

A light meal, a bus to Kirtland, and Daycare will also be provided.

Watch out for upcoming announcements to download a registration form!

.

Pledge of Allegiance

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

.

 



See Archived News.



 

Quick Links:

 

Breakfast & Lunch Menu

CPHS Ceramics Weebly page

CPHS Drawing/Painting Weebly page

CCSD District Home Page

2020-2021 CCSD Calendar

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

 

http://centralschools.org/~cps/MeetFac.jpg

PRINCIPAL........................................Mrs. Staci Gallaher
 
COUNSELOR........................................Ms. Debra Brown
 
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 west at the light by the City Market shopping complex and proceed past Dine College West, Shiprock High, The Phil, EBS.

.

Turn and go through the gate 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.

.

.

.