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Football Playoffs

Friday, October 28th, at Bradley Central High School

U.S. Army All-American Marching Band Nominees

Tennessee Promise

Tennessee Promise offers two years of tuition-free community or technical college to recent graduates of Tennessee high schools

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Congratulations Pandora's Box

Pandora’s Box won national top 10% on the elevator pitch

Cavalier News & Updates

Registration Dates and Times

Below are summer dates for students to register who are new to our county as well as schedule pick up days/times for returning students…

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IB Results for May 2017

Exam results for the May 2017 session will be released by the IB on July 5 at 12pm GMT. Students should access their results via the candidate website (candidates.ibo.org) instead of contacting their former teachers over the summer holiday. Students were given their login information to the candidate website prior to their exams in May. IB teachers can use their discretion when sharing a score with a student as they are under no obligation to do so since students can access their own scores. If a student submitted a results request (transcript sent to your university/college) to Ms. Robinson by the May 1 deadline, this has been completed. Only 24 out of 100 students completed this form. Candidates who did not meet this…

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Release of Spring 2017 Report Cards

PCSS will be sending 2017 Report Cards electronically this year via School Messenger.

To ensure that we have all contact information correct in the system, there will be a delay in the release of report cards. This is a secure process.

Please take the following steps to help us. Check your email address in your student’s contact information in PowerSchool. If you don’t currently have an email address on file, contact your child’s school with that address. Report cards will be sent as soon as all information is verified…

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Final Exams Schedules

Good afternoon. CHS will conduct final exams Thursday and Friday. On Thursday, exams for 1st and 3rd blocks or periods 1,2,6, & 7 will occur. On Friday, exams for 2nd and 4th blocks or periods 3,4,8, & 9 will occur. Congratulations to those students who have qualified for exemption based on their attendance and academic performance. We are taking the following measures to protect assessment time and the safety of our students.

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Student Congress Elections Results

Due to AP testing until 4:30 this afternoon, the student congress results cannot be communicated during traditional announcement times. The results are as follows:

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CHS Announcements

Friday – May 19, 2017

Dr. Joann Shriner: Any student interested in Summer School please come by Dr. Shriner’s 2nd Floor VITAL Lab (Room 220) to pick up an informational flyer. Dates, times, costs and requirements are included. See Dr. Shriner (Room 220) or your counselor if you have questions. You may also email her at shrinerj@pcsstn.com.

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Thursday – May 18, 2017

Melton: Attention Integrated Math Honors students, your summer assignments are now on Cookeville Cavs website under information/summer assignments. If you need a hard copy, please see your teacher or Mr. Melton.

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Wednesday – May 17, 2017

Molly Risley: Attention all IB Theory of Knowledge 1 students (rising juniors): Please see Ms. Risley in room 227 before summer to pick up the summer reading. Also, the AP Language and Composition summer assignment will be posted on cookevillecavs.com, but if you have questions, feel free to come by 227 and see Ms. Risley. All TOK 2 students need to pick up their copies of The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks for summer reading in 227.

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Tuesday – May 16, 2017

Jennifer Williams: All students planning to take AP chemistry or AP physics next fall need to see Ms. Williams in room 327 for summer assignments thank you.

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The Cavalier Way

Cookeville High School is a community where we stand up for each other and challenge one another to be our best.

  • We treat each other with respect.
  • We work hard, develop our talents, and aim for excellence.
  • We do the right thing because it is the right thing to do, even when no one is looking.
  • We strive to make our school a safe and positive place for everyone.
  • Cavaliers never give up.

Cookeville High School is incredibly appreciative of its community adopters. Without them, many of the CHS activities and events would not be nearly what they are. CHS Community Adopters make Cavalier Nation a better place! Thank you!! Lane Ward

Principal, Cookeville High School

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