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  • Food Boxes and Winter Clothing Resources

    Are you in Need of Winter Clothing, Headphones for CDL or a Food Box? 

    Staff, Students or Parents/Guardians can use this Winter Clothing Request Form to request the following 

    • Winter Coat
    • Shoes
    • Hat/Gloves/Scarf Set
    • Headphone for CDL

    This funding is intended for students that qualify for Free or Reduced Lunch, however it is not a requirement. Items can only be purchased for CHS students. The request form will be available until February 24th or until the money is spent. If you haven't applied for Free or Reduced Lunch, and would like to, you can apply here.

    Cleveland is hosting a Food Box pick up on Friday, January 29th from 12-3pm outside of CHS on Franklin Street between 26th and 28th. Anyone in need is welcome. Thank you to all of the community members who organized the food drive in December and made this possible!

    Food Boxes

  • Bell Schedule: 01/25 - 01/29

    Bell Schedule

  • Join the Rose Festival Court

    The Rose Festival Court is composed of up to 15 outstanding young women chosen from Portland Metro-area high schools. Members receive leadership training, a chance to travel, and network with community leaders. Court Members receive one-on-one mentorship from top female executives, a $3,500 scholarship provided by The Randall Group valid for any accredited college, university, or trade program, a complete wardrobe including shoes and accessories, and a lifetime of enduring friendships with their Rose Festival Court sisters. 

    Learn more about the Rose Festival Court Program and view the application on the Rose Festival Website 

    Note on eligibility: This program is open to Junior and Senior students who identify as a woman. If you are not eligible for it, please consider encouraging your friends to apply. 

    Information Sessions:

    Q & A with 2020 CHS Princess Zoey. This meeting is just for Cleveland students to learn more about the program and ask questions. Students who attend will receive a special gift. - 

    • Friday, January 22, 12-12:30 pm

    Google Meet Link: meet.google.com/sjv-ufjz-csk

    Rose Festival Court Info Session - Join the Court!

    These sessions are hosted by the Rose Festival Foundation and will be open to all students applying. Hear from former members of the Court Program and learn more about this one in a lifetime opportunity. 

    • Thursday, January 28, 6:30 pm
    • Saturday, January 30, 1 pm
    • Tuesday, February 2, 6:30 pm

    Zoom Information

    • Meeting ID: 840 8940 1010
    • Passcode: 186284

    Parent/Student Court Program Overview 

    The Rose Festival will be hosting three parent/student info sessions. Topics include Q&A about the judging process and the benefits of the program. Come with any questions you may have. While not required, they are highly encouraged. 

    • Tuesday, February 9, 7 pm
    • Thursday, February 18, 7 pm
    • Saturday, February 20, 1 pm

    Zoom Information

    • Meeting ID: 840 8940 1010
    • Passcode: 186284
  • 2021-2022 Forecasting Information

    Course forecasting and scheduling for the 2021-22 school year is quickly upon us! As with everything this year, there are some changes to our process this year to help streamline our data entry and counselor review.  We encourage you to be a part of your student’s course planning and take this opportunity to discuss their 4-year graduation and post-graduation plans. Your students have  received resources including information about prerequisites, graduation requirements and International Baccalaureate in the Course Guide. 

    • Student should check their school email daily for updates and information
    • All Forecasting resources are on Student’s Canvas account in their Advisory class, it’s listed on their To Do list and is in their Calendar.

    Please review this information carefully. It is highly recommended that you also review your student’s graduation requirements with them before making course selections. You can check a student's progress to graduation on StudentVue by selecting Course History.

     Watch these videos of  the Forecasting Presentations for each class here.  You can access each slide show as well for access to the links.

    Current 8th Graders

    Recorded Presentation

    Slides w/ links

    Current 9th Graders

    Recorded Presentation

    Slides w/ links

    Current 10th Grade 

    Recorded Presentation

    Slides w/ links

    Current 11th Grade 

    Recorded Presentation

    Slides w/ links

    Students should complete their Forecasting Planner using the Course Guide to help. Please follow all instructions on the Forecasting Planner. Students should also have been mailed a copy of the planner at the beginning of January.

    8th Grade Forecasting From

    9th Grade Forecast Planner

    10th Grade Forecast Planner 

    11th Grade Forecast Planner 

    MOST IMPORTANT STEP:

    Once you have completed the Forecast Planner, students are ready to complete forecasting on their StudentVue account. Using the COURSE REQUEST tab, students will be able to complete their online forecasting.  Watch the presentations for instructions on this last step, there is a tutorial in StudentVue as well.

    Video Tutorial for students 

    Help Sheet 

    Click the Image Below to View the 2021-22 Course Guide
     
    Course Guide