Orientation and Schedule Day: August 19

Orientation and Schedule Day: August 19 Tuesday, August 19, is the designated day for CCJHS students to get things started for the coming school year. This day will include orientation for new students, distribution of class schedules, purchasing of text books and p.e. clothes, and photographs being taken for the yearbook. Please be watching for detailed information to arrive in the mail at the end of July.
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Meet the Teachers Day
Date: 9/2/2014, 10 AM 12 PM
First Day of School!
Date: 9/3/2014
Make Up Picture Day
Date: 9/30/2014
No School
Date: 10/10/2014
No School Veterans Day
Date: 11/11/2014

Exploration and Discovery
I recently spoke to the staff of Calvary Chapel Schools on the topic of exploring, and I believe that particular topic carries great relevance for this new school year. I am convinced that to be a Christian is to be an explorer. As we walk with Him, we explore (and, therefore, discover) more about His goodness and greatness, more about who we are in Christ, and more about just what it is He is calling us to do each day. Exploration and discovery can be exciting and can lead to change, and excitement and change are two things that should mark the life of a believer. It is my earnest prayer for all students this year that they experience the rich excitement of living with, and living in, Christ. And may all of them be changed and be more like their Creator, Redeemer, and Friend as they explore the vastness of all that God has to offer them.

Calvary Chapel Private School Program
Annual Trip to Washington, D.C.
Builders Club
Adolescent Whooping Cough Booster (Tdap)
Calvary Schools Prayer Ministry
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ParentsWeb Information
How to Access ParentsWeb
All parents of enrolled students are encouraged to use ParentsWeb to track their student progress online.
There are two versions of ParentsWeb depending on your Internet access – a low-speed version for dial-up users, and a broadband version for users with high-speed Internet access.
Apple Safari Not Supported
Unfortunately, the Apple Safari browser is not yet supported by the ParentsWeb upgrade. There is a workaround and it's pretty easy.
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