|slide 01||Monday/Wednesday are Gold Days (1st prd, 2nd prd, 3rd prd, 4th prd)|
Tuesday/Thursday are Black Days (5th prd, 6th prd, 7th prd, 8th prd)
Friday the 12th is a Black Day with Advisement (5th prd, 6th prd, Advs (9th), 7th prd, 8th prd) October 7th, 8th, and 11th are holidays.
Friday the 1st is a Gold Day with Advisement (1st prd, 2nd prd, Advs (9th), 3rd prd, 4th prd)
Monday the 22nd through Friday the 26th is Thanksgiving Holiday!!!
|slide 02||Monday/Wednesday are Gold Days (1st prd, 2nd prd, 3rd prd, 4th prd)|
Tuesday/Thursday are Black Days (5th prd, 6th prd, 7th prd, 8th prd)
Fridays alternate between a Gold Day and a Black Day and have Advisement (9th prd) in the middle of the day
|slide 03||GA Pandemic-EBT (P-EBT); This program will provide the families of children who receive free and/or reduced lunch at school with additional financial assistance to buy groceries.; Este programa brindará ayuda financiera adicional para comprar comestibles a las familias de los niños que reciben almuerzo gratis o reducido en la escuela.; Information in English https://bit.ly/3nzXUZU ; Información en Español https://bit.ly/3cwTBId|
|slide 04||ATTENTION CGHS 2022 Seniors The University of Alabama will be here FRIDAY!!. Make an appointment with the SSC (student support center)
Ms. Lopez!! ASAP Image of BAMA elephant mascot
|slide 05||SpongBob audition Information.|
|slide 06||Jonathan Williams Central Gwinnett High School Career & Technical Education 2022 Student of the year. Image of Jonathan Williams Academy Ambassador. DECA President. School Store Manager. Full-Time Employee. Real Estate Intern. Image Congrats|
|slide 07||SELECT TO LINK TO THE PODCAST PRESENTED TO THE GCPS Board meeting for Hispanic Heritage Month |
Melany Pelayo- Medina
Laurie Conde- Rodriguez CGHS Ethnic-Talk presents: Hispanic Heritage Month
|slide 08||Girls Soccer Tryouts Jan 6th & 7th - Click for more info Starts Monday, November 1st|
Held Monday, Tuesday & Thursday each week 2:30 - 4pm. You must have a ride pick you up no later than 4:15.
Conditioning ends Tuesday, November 30th
If there is no school there is no conditioning.
Workouts are held December 7, 8, 9 2:30 - 4:00 pm
Tryouts are January 6th - January 7th
Image: CGHS soccer emblem with black knight and soccer ball Image QR code
|slide 09||Image of Central Gwinnett High School letter Jackets pricing On campus orders Nov 15, Dec 13, Jan 19, Feb 14, mar 11, April 20, May 18,|
|slide 10||Learn more about SOTA and application /audition process here: https://bit.ly/gcps_SOTA22-23 #yourpassion #yourcreativity #yoursota #sotacghs. Images of artists|
|slide 11||BBQ fundraiser Image: turkey_email chad smith at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve yours today|
|slide 13||Delta image when can you start, tiny URL: tinyurl.com/zrfumdhj or access the QR code for more information. QR code image|
|slide 14||SOTA SEASON GCPSK12.ORG/SOTA|
|slide 15||CGHS Presents: A student-created safe space. Black Student Union First meeting: Wednesdsay, September 1st Located in the Cafeteria. We are a group of students who care about black history and black experiences. We will discuss topics regarding society in the past and present, and black culture. Hope to see you there! Image body sillouettes in front of building|
|slide 16||TSA image. 2021-2022 TSA Conference Schedule:|
CORE (Chapter Officers Retreat of Excellence) Sep 10th Pre Tech Day Judging
Tech Day Rally (Competitive Events) is also virtually on Oct 11th for Competitive Events.
Fall Leadership Conference will also be Virtual and more info coming about the November Conference.
State Leadership Conference is schedule for Athens, GA March 2022.
Three VEX Events to earn $1000 for equipment. 2021-2022 Membership Options:
- General Membership $8: You can enter the Tech Day Rally Competitive Event and participate in all local TSA activities.
- Affiliate Membership $35: You can participate in all Local, State, & National TSA events and you allowed to travel to conferences. Includes VEX robotics too.
All payments are done with MyPaymentsPlus this school year! 1st Meeting Sept 7th at 2:30 pm.
TSA on Tuesdays 2:15-4 pm
VEX on Thursdays 2:15-4 pm
In room 307.
|slide 17||Download the studentvue app on the student mobile device. Available in the apple app sotre and google play sotre Free of charge Login to app using student ID and portal password Tap the ID card button in the bottom right of the main screen Swip the QR code to view the bardcode Image of StudentVue App Image of Apple/ios app QR code Image of Android/Google Play QR code|
|slide 18||college and career advisement ACT/SAT fee waivers Ronda Young, ED.D Career Academy specialist Email: Rhonda.Young@GCPSK12.org Book and appointment image QR code follow the link https://rhondayoung-2.youcanbook.me/|
|slide 19||5 reasons for completing free & reduced applications one meal application affects many areas Contact your child's school for details today. Gwinett county public schools. Image torch 1. Increassed funding to support studen education Image man in front of blackboard with equation 2x+y squared|
2 Addinal funding for technology and internet accesa
3. Discounts for fees associated with college application process4. Discounted fees for SAT. ACT and AP tests along with scholarship opportunities." 4. Discounted fees for SAT.ACT & AP tests along with scholarship opportunities. 5. Free or reduced meal prices for healthy, nutritious student meals.
|slide 20||Central Gwinnett high school class of 2022 Senior Information. Be the first to know important senior information! Follow @seniorscghs on twitter for the latest updates. Senior Dues - $140 (Dues will be $160 after March 1st) Senior dues are needed to not only fund graduation ceremony, but to fiund senior activities. Dues are used for cap, gown, & tassel * diploma cover * Senior t-shirt (with senior names on the back) *graduation ceremony expenses. (Senior dues do NOT cover expenses for announcements/invitations, class rings, additional apprel, prom, senior pictures.)|
|slide 21||Today we will: Respect Others. Inspire Excellence. Demonstarte Leadership. We are ONE community. We are Black Knights. Image Black Knight Central Gwinnett Black Knights|
|slide 22||Central Gwinnett High School. Senior Binder. Seniors: "Check the Binder" Use the QR code above to access your one-stop-shop for everything you need to know this year! Image Binder. Image QR code|
|slide 23||Download the App! We use the student app to help communicate with students, and store important information for the students like the bell schedule, maps, announcements, etc. Search Central Gwinnett High School in the apple or google play store to locate and download|
|slide 24||IMPORTANT Communication Info for students!|
Your teachers and APs will be emailing your G Suite email account to contact you while we are Digital. You will be able to reply to these emails to contact them back. They will also likely use Google Meets and/or Google Classroom.
Following these TWO steps below will help minimize issues while trying to use the gcpsk12.org GCPS G Suite:
1) Add G Suite to your Phone: To use G Suite, GMail, Google classroom, etc on your cell phone, please add your G Suite account to your phone.
Then you can easily download and use the G suite Apps ( like GMail, google Meet, Google Classroom, google docs, google Drive , etc)
*Don't worry! You will STILL be able to get to your personal accounts on your phone, but now you can switch between accounts inside each App much easier!
2) Use the Chrome Browser (not safari or edge): If on any Phone or MAC, the CHROME Browser App works best!! (way better than Safari)!
Especially for filling our Google Forms:
-Use Chrome browser
-be logged into your G Suite (portal->additional->G Suite for Edu)
-refresh the page if needed or try to open link in a "new tab"!!
download the Chrome App for iPhones/iPads here
|slide 25||CGPS TV to air series of engaging sessions on education equity CGPS Talks Educational equity https://publish.gwinnett.k12.ga.us/gcps/myhome/gcpstv/videos/gcps/gcps-talks|
|slide 26||Teaching Gwinnett. By Gwinnett County Public Schools. "Teaching Gwinnett" is a Gwinnett County Public Schools Podcast that tackles important, relevant, and timely topics that impact the school district's more than 200,000 students and staff. Each episode features in-depth and inforative interviews and a special segment called..."Did you know?"|
|slide 27||Tickets for school events are only sold on line via GoFan. See the CGHS website "athletics" for the link. Masks are required for all events. https://www.gcpsk12.org/site/default.aspx?PageID=4682|
|slide 28||Masks are required at all events. Thank you for helping keep our students, staff, families, and fans safe by wearing a mask that covers your nose and mouth.|
|slide 29||STUDY TIPS FOR SUCCESS|
Don’t Cram! -
It’s tempting to wait until the last minute to study, but this is not the best way to study. In fact, you could do worse on your tests and quizzes by cramming all your notes at the last minute. Try to chunk the material into smaller pieces and take a few days or weeks to study. It’s best to study the material weekly throughout the semester, so you won’t forget it. Make a schedule to stay organized, so you know what days and how long you need to study.
*Create Your Perfect Study Area -
The place where you study should be quiet, comfortable, and free of distractions. Go to your room, close the door, and kill as many distractions as possible - like music, television, and even the internet and your phone. If you don't have your own room that you can sneak away to, try to find a quiet distraction-free space where you can study.
* Narrow it Down -
If you try to study every single thing your teacher has ever said, you'll go crazy. Instead, focus on the most important topics. If you're not sure what those are, read the study guide (if there is one), or ask your classmates and teacher. Once you've nailed down the important stuff, you can move onto studying the smaller details.
*Turn Your Notes into Flashcards -
Now that you've got all your notes in front of you, open up a pack of index cards. As you read through the important facts, rewrite them in Q&A form on the cards.
* Take a Break -
For every hour that you study, take about 15 minutes to do something mindless like taking a walk, listening to music or playing a computer game. (You can even take a 15-minute nap if you're confident you can wake yourself up at the end of it.) It'll keep your stress level down and give your brain a chance to let all that information sink in.
* Put Yourself to the Test -
Once you've got your set of flash cards, test yourself with them. If you don't trust yourself not to cheat, give the cards to your parents or friends and have them test you. Don't stop until you've made it through the whole stack without any mistakes and be sure to bring your flashcards to school with you on the day of the test. You'll be amazed at how much more you can remember if you run through the cards right before your teacher hands out your test.
* Study All Semester Long -
It's tempting to hold off on studying until the last minute, especially if you tell yourself that anything you try to memorize earlier on won't really stay in your
|slide 30||Central Gwinnett Hight School Select to link to parent portal for grades, schedules etc. Parent Portal. Image of Parent and Student studying|
|slide 31||Anime Club!! President: Geovany Garcia_estrada Email: geovany.garcia-estrada email@example.com Vice President: Lali Mamedova Emil: Lali.firstname.lastname@example.org Teacher: Ms. Belizaire Email: email@example.com Time: 2:15pm-4:15pm on Tuesdays Location: Room 704 Remind: cghsanim (recommended if y ou want to receive information about the club!) NO ZOOM FOR DIGITAL LEARNERS Rules: (Please keep these in mind or you will be kicked out from the class) Do not leave the class without permission. Do not interrupt the class. Pay attention to the speaker. Appropriate behavior. No yelling/inappropriate language.|