Cooper Announcements

Week of:  May 22nd


HAWK HOME EVENTS

Monday, May 22

Baseball vs. Kennedy @ 4:30 p.m.

9-12th Awards Night @ 7:00 pm

Tuesday, May 23

Boys' Lacrosse vs. Chanhassen @ 7:00 p.m.

Thursday, May 25

Girls' Lacrosse vs. Kennedy @ 5:30 p.m.

Music Awards Night @ 7:00 pm

FALL SPORTS REGISTRATION
Registration forms for Fall Sports are available in the Activities Office and on the Cooper Activities website Letsgohawks.org. Stop by to pick one up and check the date of your latest sports physical.

NEW THIS YEAR: Forms can be returned to the Activities Office with the fee through the end of June. The Activities Office is closed during July, and will re-open in August. If you haven't turned in your form by the end of June, you can bring them in starting August 2nd. Fall Sports start Monday, August 14th.


GIRLS SOCCER INFORMATION MEETING
All girls interested in playing soccer, new or returning, in the fall, join us for an informational meeting, Tuesday, May 23 at 2:30pm in the Phy Ed classroom.  We will be sharing information regarding the Coaches' Clinic, Captains' Practice, Tryouts and more.



SOCIAL JUSTICE DAY
Event: Social Justice Day

Date: May 26th, 2017

Time: 7:00am - 12:00pm

Where: Robbinsdale Cooper High School

The goal for Social Justice Day is to promote awareness, educate ourselves, peers, and faculty, and to create a safe space for Robbinsdale Area Schools to talk about social injustices. The purpose of this day is to educate students, staff, administrators, and the community to be politically, socially, and economically conscious about their personal connections to local national history. Social Justice Day focuses on themes of social justice, social responsibility, and social change.

EDUCATION TALENT SEARCH

Educational Talent Search Program students please turn in your applications for our FREE 5 week summer program before spots fill up!

Highlights of our program include: daily breakfast, lunch and transportation, math and reading classes, hands-on career exploration lead by college faculty, college preparation classes, weekly college visits, an overnight stay in a dorm, and a musical at The Orpheum Theater and a day at Valleyfair!

This opportunity is for students in ETS in grades 9, 10 and 11th grades. See Jamie or Aaron in room 246A.

Students who need to attend summer school will not be eligible for this opportunity this summer.

2018 SUMMER EURO-TOUR

There are still open spaces available on the 2018 Summer Euro-Tour to Spain and France. Spots are filling up quickly, so don't wait to enroll. Sign up early and lock in your lower price! For more information, or to enroll, click on the link below. If you have any questions, stop by room 236 or email Mr. Tommy Knutson.

 

www.eftours.com/1930318jd


COOPER ONLINE STORE
Looking for HAWK gear? Check out the ONLINE STORE at https://ssastores.com/cooperhawks

MATH LOUNGE/WRITE PLACE UPDATE FOR 2nd SEMESTER
Attention students:  Starting Second Semester, the days that the Write Place and the Math Lounge are open will change.  The Write Place in room 246B will be open all hours Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The Math Lounge in room 380 will be open all hours Tuesday and Thursday.


STUDENT PARKING PASSES - 2nd SEMESTER
1st Semester Parking Permits expire 1/20/17. If you plan to continue to park you must purchase a new Permit @ $90 or pay for daily parking @ $3. If you purchased a yearly permit remember to change your 1st Semester permit to 2nd Semester.  Beginning 1/24/17,  2nd Semester Permits must be displayed.  Displaying expired permits will result in your car booted and a fine. See the Bookkeeper to purchase 2nd Semester Permits.  Students must park in the west student parking lot. Failure to display parking permits or parking in staff parking lot may result in a boot being placed on your car and a fine of at least $20.00. Students parking in neighborhood lots at the church or at NHLC may be towed without a warning.


ATTENTION OPEN LUNCH STUDENTS
When heading to and from lunch, please be considerate and respectful of our neighbors’ property. Please use sidewalks when available and limit your walking on neighborhood lawns.

AFTER SCHOOL CREDIT ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
After school credit academic programs have officially started.  Any student in need of academic support, assistance with their classes, computer access or a place to work quietly on school work after school can attend the Hawks Nest in room 131 Monday through Friday from 2:20-4:00.

If you are in 10th grade and need to make up a credit in the following courses you can go to the following rooms to begin credit recovery Monday- Thursdays:

Social Studies: Room 374

Math and Science: Room 132

English: Media Center


STUDENT TUTORS NEEDED

Cooper High School will be implementing student academic supports for the 2016-17 school year. If you are interested, click here to fill out the application form. The Write Place and the Math Lounge will be open during the school day led by school staff with student tutors.

REMINDER REGARDING HEADGEAR

A reminder that student expectations around head-coverings are as follows: Hats, hoods, bandannas and other non-religious head-coverings are not to be worn during school hours.