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  • Topics: Schedule Pick-up – Aug. 7th Proof of Residency Freshman Orientation – Aug. 17th New Bell Schedule Eagle Club Benefit Open House – Sept 3rd D5 Mobile Device Rollout Student Parking Construction Update Hello Eagle Family, The beginning of the 2013-2014 school year is fast approaching, and we are getting ready for students to return on Tuesday, August 20th. The 2012-2013 school year brought a lot of change to Chapin High, and I am proud that the Eagle Family continued its tradition of excellence in academics, arts, and athletics in the midst of constant change. We are recognized nationally for educational excellence by US News and World Report, Newsweek Magazine, and The Washington Post. I have always argued that the landscape of education is changing fast. The upcoming school year will present new changes that will require the Eagle Family to work as a team. These changes include but are not limited to: the transition to the Common Core State Standards, the District Issued Mobile Device rollout for high school students, the use of All-In-Learning for Data Teams, the Schools of Study Choice Initiative, and the constant change of the construction project. I am confident that the tradition of excellence established by the Eagle Family will allow us to continue to excel. The faculty and staff of Chapin High School is committed to maximizing the potential of each student and preparing them all for productive lives. We aRe Chapin! Dr. Ross Principal
  • Mind the GAP Schedule Pick-Up August 7th On Wednesday, August 7th from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. in the Chapin High School Cafeteria and Gymnasium parents and students will be able to pick up schedules in preparation for the start of school. The process for Schedule Pick-Up is as follows: Proof of Residency : Parents who have submitted their 2013-2014 proof of residency before August 7th may by-pass this process Pick Up Schedule and Pay Fees Update Health Cards for School Nurse Sign Media Consent Form Submit Acceptable Use Agreement Forms for Mobile Devices (iPad Mini) Open Lunch Account or Pay on Lunch Account (optional) Pick Up Textbooks Obtain Parking Permits - $40 - Any student requesting parking must have completed the Alive @ 25 program and submitted paperwork (optional) Order Yearbook (optional) Join PTSO Booster Clubs and CHS organizations School Bus Sign Up with District Transportation Underclass Pictures on Stage We aRe Ready to Learn Classes Start on Tuesday, August 20th
  • Mind the GAP Proof of Residency Required THREE (3) Proofs of Residency are required in order for your child to attend Lexington/Richland School District Five (LRSD5). Proof of residency will be checked yearly for all students. All documentation presented must show THE CURRENT MONTH’S DATE and THE PROPERTY OWNER’S NAME OR the PARENT/GUARDIAN’S NAME. Acceptable documentation includes: (One Required) Property Tax Bill for the permanent residence Rental Lease (complete copy, listing all occupants) Real Estate Closing Documents (where applicable) Additional documents include: (Two Required) Vehicle Tax Registration Voter Registration Card Electric Bill Water Bill Telephone Bill Cable/Satellite Bill A driver’s license will be required from the property owner and parent or legal guardian for identification purposes only. IDs cannot be accepted as documentation for address verification.
  • Mind the GAP Freshman and Parent Orientation Parent Education Sessions A large part of the success of Chapin High School can be attributed to parental involvement. Parents have high expectations for their children, and we seek to work in partnership with our parents to create an environment where students excel. Come join our interactive parent education session. Parents are encouraged to bring a cell phone with texting abilities. Saturday, August 17 – 8:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. – Freshman Parents as part of Freshman Orientation Saturday, August 17 – 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. – Parents of Sophomores, Juniors & Seniors Freshman Orientation – “Learning to Fly” Saturday, August 17th 8:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. Gymnasium
  • Mind the GAP New Bell Schedules for CHS In an effort to improve the operations of the District’s High Schools and The Center, the bell schedule for Chapin High School has been changed for the 2013-2014 school year. See the new schedules below.
  • Mind the GAP Eagle Club Benefit ALL TEAMS! ALL SPORTS! ALL IN! Please join us for the 5th Annual Chapin Eagle Club ALL Sports Benefit and Silent Auction Saturday, August 10th 6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. Columbia Conference Center | 169 Laurelhurst Avenue $100 per couple 21 and up only We will have many donated items from the community and local businesses for you to bid on in our silent auction. Come and mingle with the coaches and help to kick off another exciting year of athletics at Chapin High! Your participation supports ALL our athletes! Last year, the Chapin Eagle Club was able to fund over $100,000 in athletic requests because of the generous support of donors like you! Now is the time! Join the Eagle Booster Club at the gold level or above and your tickets are included. Please mail your check made payable to “Chapin Eagle Club” P.O. Box 113, Chapin, SC 29036. Tickets are available online at http://2013chapineagleclub.eventbrite.com/ and will be available at the event at a separate “will call” area for your convenience. Also, any board members listed on the Chapin Eagle Club website (www.chapineagleclub.com) have tickets and can give you further information. If you have a service or business that would like to donate to the event or have any questions regarding this event, please contact Michelle Estridge at 309-8180 or at michelle_estridge@hotmail.com. The Chapin Eagle Club is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization and your donation may be partially or fully tax deductible. Photo courtesy of Brad Cox
  • Mind the GAP Open House- Sept 3rd Parents and Guardians are invited to meet the teachers of Chapin High School during Open House on Tuesday, Sept 3rd. There will be a parent meeting in the Gymnasium at 5:30 p.m. with Dr. Ross, Principal. Topics will include: The transition to Common Core State Standards, the District 5 Mobile Device Rollout, Strategies for Success in High School, and an update on Construction Come join our interactive parent education session. Parents are encouraged to bring a cell phone with texting abilities. Parents will meet with teachers at 6:00 p.m.
  • Mind the GAP District 5 Mobile Device Rollout Project Overview In order for today's students to compete in a global society, they must possess the 21st century skills that will make them excellent communicators, creators, critical thinkers, and collaborators. District Five is implementing the iFive Project to ensure that our teachers will have the tools they need to provide the very best instruction and that all students will have the tools they need to perform at optimum levels and to compete globally. In preparation for the District Issued Mobile Device rollout for high school students, we have put several training programs in place for our teachers and are upgrading the school’s technology infrastructure to support the new learning environment. We have dedicated new technical resources to both teacher training and student support, and we have an excited staff that will greet our students in August. The District Issued Mobile Device will be a dynamic new teaching tool. We have updated our Student Acceptable Use Policy Agreement that outlines responsible student use of technology to reflect the addition of the District Issued Mobile Devices. Important Dates September 3 - 4: Seniors & Juniors receive their device through English Class September 5 - 6: Sophomores & Freshmen receive their device through English Class Parent Education Sessions: Saturday, August 17 – 8:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. – Freshman Parents as part of Freshman Orientation Saturday, August 17 – 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. – Parents of Sophomores, Juniors & Seniors Tuesday, Sept. 3rd – 5:30 p.m. Gymnasium Other sessions will be scheduled as needed. Before your student receives a Personal Mobile Device Review and sign the Student Acceptable Use Policy Agreement, available online, during schedule pick-up, or at the school’s front desk. Accept or decline the Optional Protection Plan, which covers many forms of damage. As stated in the Student Acceptable Use Policy Agreement, families are responsible for any damage or loss of the District Issued Mobile Device. We encourage families to consider purchasing the Optional Protection Plan.
  • Mind the GAP District 5 Mobile Device Rollout cont. What your student can expect on Distribution Day If parents have completed and turned in both the Student Acceptable Use Policy Agreement and Optional Protection Plan form (accepted or declined) by August 21st, each student will receive his or her District Issued Mobile Device on his or her assigned distribution day. If a student’s paperwork is turned in after August 21st, he/she will receive the device at the make- up distribution session, on Wednesday, September 11 starting at 8:00 a.m. in the Media Center. On distribution day, each student will receive an iPad Mini, a wall charger with USB connection and a case. Students will attend an orientation session during their English classes where they will register the devices and access the district-provided apps. We recommend that students do not leave their devices at school or in their lockers. Apps, software, and cases These mobile devices will come with protective covers issued by the district. District-sponsored Apps will be available to students through the preloaded portal using their Novell login information on their personal mobile device. Additionally, each device will be preloaded with The Student Guide to the iFive Project Website. Important Information for Parents Our Technology Integration Specialist and Teacher Technology Leaders are hosting optional Parent Education Meetings: Saturday, August 17th and Tuesday, Sept. 3rd. At these meetings, you will have a chance to meet school staff and learn more about this initiative. At home, parents should monitor the student’s device and his/her Internet access. Please visit the school’s iFive Program Tab (iParents) for information about filtering your Internet at home and protecting your child’s online privacy. Reminders Ownership – The school owns the device. Families are responsible for any damage or loss of the device. Monitoring Software – Devices will be monitored by the school via a management software tool which will track both device usage and apps loaded on the devices. Any unauthorized use of the device results in disciplinary action. Internet Access - As always, students will have filtered Internet access at school. The filter prohibits students from visiting social networking and other inappropriate websites.
  • Mind the GAP District 5 Mobile Device Rollout cont. Apps – Only school-approved apps can be downloaded on the device. Teachers will not ask students to purchase apps. However, teachers may require the use of free apps available for downloading. Feedback – We are very interested in feedback from our students and parents. Parents and students may be asked to participate in a survey to assess the program. Please take time to read the Student Acceptable Use Policy Agreement and remind your student that he/she will need to have his/her Novell login information available on distribution day. Students who decide to Bring their own mobile device must read and adhere to the minimum device requirements outlined on the District 5 iProject website. More information and forms can be found at the iProject Website: https://sites.google.com/a/lexrich5.org/lex-en-rich5-ipadproject/
  • Mind the GAP Student Parking Parking on Campus for the 2013 - 14 School Year In order for students to park on campus, students must: • Complete Alive@25 course • Provide a copy of Driver’s License • Read and sign: CHS Parking Regulations 2013-14 and Evacuation of Students During Emergencies Both documents are available on the school website To sign up for parking, please go to the main office Monday through Thursday between the hours of 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The final day to register for parking is Thursday, June 27, 2013. After this date, students will be placed on a waiting list.
  • Mind the GAP Construction Update Our construction crews have been working from 7:00 a.m. – 12:30 a.m. all summer to renovate and construct the Chapin High Campus. We are on target for completing the summer phase when students return. The date for the completion of the total project is January 2015. We aRe Building a Better Tomorrow Today!
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