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PARENTS AND STUDENTS!
IMPORTANT SCHOOL OFFICE RULES AND ATTENDANCE POLICIES:
If your student is absent, please call the attendance office at (916) 683-7670 each day your student is absent ...more
Greetings Wolfpack! Just four more days until Course Selection Day!
Looking for an elective that will develop your whole student - mind, body, and soul? Then one of our many music course offerings may be for you!
Did you know that recent legislation passed by our country's lawmakers, and signed into law by President Obama, entitled "the Every Student Succeeds Act" (ESSA) lists music (among all the other core subjects and discipline areas) as one of the "stand alone" subjects that are essential for a complete and comprehensive student education? #musicstandsalone
Attached are two documents that shed even more light on the "whole child" effects that music can have on your student and what is courses are offered here at CO!
QUICK THOUGHTS TO CONSIDER WHEN SELECTING ELECTIVES COURSES:
While many people already respect the importance of maintaining music education in today’s schools, there are thousands of others who don’t understand why it’s necessary.
Today’s educational culture places a high value on quantifying academic achievement. Clearly, gauging student progress and learning is important. At the same time, we must recognize that our true mission as educators lies in shaping the students behind the scores.
Yes, we know that music education is important to the lives of our students, BUT WHY?
Studies have demonstrated positive links between music education and outcomes such as test scores and graduation rates. These outcomes help affirm the value of music programs; however, experts believe that music study does something even more important for students.
(taken from the National Association for Music Education website – February, 2016)
COHS students and parents,
Course selection for the 2016-2017 school year will be held during advocacy next Tuesday, February 9th.
The World Language Department is offering Spanish and Japanese language classes levels 1, 2, 3 and 4.
Remember that all these courses emphasize communication in Japanese or Spanish by speaking, listening, reading, and writing. Students will study the countries and cultures where Japanese or Spanish is spoken and will make comparisons and connections with their own. The courses will be conducted primarily in Japanese or Spanish. These courses meet the district’s World Language graduation requirement. “a-g”/“e” or “g” approved
Also we have some other options that can be a perfect fit for your needs if you are planning on going to college or a four year University or... travelling around the world :)
If your goal is to make it to Spanish 4AP Language and Culture class, then the Combo classes are for you! Do 2 years in one! Be immerse in the language the entire year, become fluent faster and be ready in 2 years to go to Spanish 4 or 4AP.
If you are currently in Spanish 4, you need to sign up for the class for next year! 100% passing rate for 2 years in a row! If you are in a lower level but have the skills and interest, talk to Mrs. Paredes HM1 or email her to discuss your options.
It is an INTRODUCTORY level Spanish class, designed to prepare you for Spanish level 1 or just give you some more communicative tools. It is NOT “a-g”/“e” or “g” approved course but it will give you the credit and meets the district’s World Language graduation requirement.
Questions? Talk to any Foreign Language Teacher in the HM building or email them.
The deadline for signing up for the January 2017 Presidential Inauguration trip has been extended to February 11th!
Click below for details!
GREAT THINGS HAPPENING AT CO!
. . Pursuing Excellence One Day at a Time.
WOLFPACK ATHLETES! Spring Sports Practice / Tryouts Begin Mon. Feb. 8th!
REMINDER! EXTENDED ADVOCACY SCHEDULE: TUES. FEB 9TH!
PARENTS/STUDENTS! GRADES 9-11 PRE-COURSE SELECTION INFORMATION 2016-2017!
HYPE STORY TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE NEXT WEEK! . . GET READY TO BUY YOURS!
The Hype Story is a high energy performance that will inspire memories from your childhood.
It is an EXCITING event the entire family can ENJOY!
You will see our students performing their own choreography, with special performances by guest choreographers DZ Dobynes and Tramon Traywick, and guest performances by other local dance companies.
DON'T miss out on ALL THE HYPE! . . . . . .SEE YOU THERE, WOLFPACK!
Questions or Information? Direct them to any HYPE dance member
or Jennifer Hendryx at Email: http://email@example.com
Letters of Intent Inked by Cosumnes Oaks Scholar-Athletes!
On February 3rd, the Cosumnes Oaks High School (COHS) Culinary Arts Academy was the scene not of creative young chefs preparing great meals, but of eight COHS student-athletes signing scholarship deals.
The six football players and two girls soccer players who signed letters of intent are:
CONGRATULATIONS ATHLETIC DIRECTOR, BILL KAPP, COACHES AND ATHLETES! WAY TO GO WOLFPACK!
Click below to read all about it!
COHS Women Engineers (WE) Lead Club Gets $10,000 Grant From PG&E!
COHS NIKKI HOLBROOK CROWNED MISS SACRAMENTO COUNTY'S OUTSTANDING TEEN!
CONGRATULATIONS, NIKKI! . . .
On Saturday, January 30, 2016 Nikki Ke’haulani Holbrook, junior at Cosumnes Oaks High School, was crowned the 2016 Miss Sacramento County Outstanding Teen and awarded a $1,000 scholarship.
Nikki competed against students from throughout Sacramento County and performed Concerto in A Minor by Edvard Gried on the piano during the talent portion of the competition. Nikki is actively involved in service projects throughout Sacramento and Elk Grove. Her platform is Youth Community Service and her plan is to promote an interest in young people to do service in their communities. This competition is part of the Miss America organization and Nikki will now represent Sacramento County at the 2016 Miss California’s Outstanding Teen competition in Fresno during June 2016. The winner of that competition will represent California at the 2016 Miss America’s Outstanding Teen competition in Orlando, Florida. GO WOLFPACK!
CONGRATULATIONS 1ST PLACE WINNERS!
In the picture with Mr. Chapin and his driver education students, Allstate’s regional representative, Zach Wendell and Christine Davidson, contest organizer from the Bradshaw Road Safety Center.
His driver’s education team has won the Teen-to-Safe Driving campaign three times in a row!
Last year his team won 1st place in Allstate’s 21-Day Challenge of no cell phone use while driving! To date, driver education students have helped COHS to collect $2,000 in contest winnings!
Mr. Chapin is passionate about getting the “safe driving” message out to our student/teenagers; His goal is to encourage them to drive safely on the roads to lower their risks of being involved in vehicle accidents and crashes! . . .The number one killer of teens!
STUDENTS! SIGN UPS FOR JAN 2017 PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURATION TRIP HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO FEB 11TH!
Click here for details!
SENIORS! BUY YOUR DISNEYLAND TRIP TICKET NOW!
Click here for ticket information:
Attention all COHS juniors! SIGN UP FOR JR PROM!
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DON'T FORGET TO ORDER YOUR SWING TIME TICKETS!
Wolfpack Music Boosters will once again host it's annual
"Swing Time" dinner and dance
March 12, 2016!
Plan to attend and give support to the Wolfpack Instrumental Band program!
WOLFPACK! JOIN US TONIGHT for WPW!
Our next Wolfpack Wednesday will be at TBA on
March (Day TBA) !
Please come and support
Cosumnes Oaks HS Womens Softball Team all day!
Click WPW LOGO to PRINT FLIER!
WOLFPACK 2015-2016 EVENTS AT A GLANCE!
COHS Spring Sports Clearance Nights!
Spring Clearance Nights will begin first week in February:
ATTENTION ALL SPRING SPORTS ...more
SIGN UP NOW WOLFPACK!
Help COHS reach their goal of 1000 pints donated blood!!!
Click here: BS Parent Consent Form
Click here: IMPORTANT Blood Donation Requirements
SPRING SPORTS SCHEDULES!
FALL SPORTS SCHEDULES!
EGUSD IMMUNIZATION CLINIC INFO!
WOLFPACK! BE RESPONSIBLE, COME TO SCHOOL!
Students who regularly attend school can take part in the EGUSD's 2015-2016 No Excuses – Go to School attendance campaign.
This year marks its 10th anniversary!
Click the NO Excuses picture
Find out the BENEFITS of being RESPONSIBLE and ATTENDING school!
The focus of these workshops is to provide parents and staff with mental health supports for their student’s success within the school and home setting.
Click the logo above and check out our January 20th 2016 Workshop being offered!
COMMUNITY BOARD MEETING FLYERS!
2014-2015 SARC Report
Local Control & Accountability Plan (LCAP)