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Collierville Schools Counseling Support Services

During this period away from our students and families, Collierville Schools is committed to providing support in a variety of ways. We believe that all Collierville Schools students, families, and employees are our extended family. We are here for each other in this time of change until our transition back to the schoolhouse. Our counseling staff at Collierville Schools will maintain interactions with students thorough a variety of ways to include phone calls, emails, informational videos or prepared lessons posted online, parent resources, and this website.
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Collierville Schools Grab and Go Meals Program

Collierville Schools will provide an opportunity for families to drive thru or walk up and pick up meals for the children in their family up to age 18 at the distribution centers listed below. SIGNUP MUST BE COMPLETED BY WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19th. Per USDA regulations, children must be present for meals to be provided. A designated area will be set up outside of each site. If driving, please stay in your car and meals will be passed through to the driver based on the number of children in the car. Meals will be served March 23rd - through the extent of the closure on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays each week. Meals (breakfast and lunch) will be served from 9:00AM until 12:00PM. Children will receive one breakfast and one lunch on Mondays and two breakfast meals and two lunch meals on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
The following sites will be meal distribution hubs:
Collierville Middle School, Collierville High School, H.W. Cox Community Center, and the Collierville VFW.
This program will be solely for pick-up of meals. Meals will not be consumed on site. We encourage families to continue to be proactive in reducing the risk of COVID-19 by not congregating at the school site once meals have been distributed. These details are subject to change dependent on guidance from the state. Please contact Carol Tessen at 901-286-6373 or for more information.
Click on the link to signup.
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CHS DECA Club Has Five Qualify for DECA's ICDC

Last Wednesday, DECA traveled to Chattanooga, TN for their State Career Development Conference (SCDC). All participating DECA members did a fantastic job. In order to make it to DECA’s International Career Development Conference (ICDC), students had to place in the top 5. All DECA students placed within the top 10. Click on the link to see a list of all the participants. Below is a list of the five who made it to DECA’s International Career Development Conference (ICDC):
Thano Karastamtis
Amar Patel
Susan Fong
Alexandra Huang

Congratulations to everyone involved and good luck to the five qualifiers!!
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CHS Bands Achieve Superior Ratings at West TN Concert Band Assessment

Yesterday at the West Tennessee Concert Band Assessment our Pride of Collierville Concert Bands achieved the highest ratings. The rubrics covers all of the national standards for music and assigns a number system to define comprehension and execution.
Superior rating -1
Excellent rating 2
Good rating – 3
Fair rating - 4
Poor rating – 5
Our Concert Band, which is all freshman, played grade 4 level music receiving Superior ratings from all music adjudicators.
Our Symphony Band played grade 5 music and received an overall rating of Superior (CONGRATULATIONS to our new teacher Mrs. Burgess for this accomplishment). They played music at the same level as other local schools top ensembles.
Our Wind Symphony played grade 6 music which is the hardest grade level of music and received Superiors from every judge. We were the only school in West Tennessee to play grade 6 music and the piece of music they played “Lincolnshire Posy” is possibly one the hardest piece to play for a high school ensemble!
Please Congratulate a band student today when you see them. This is no easy task for ALL of our ensemble to be this high caliber. We are extremely proud of them!
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TN Promise Meetings Cancelled, Mandatory Online Seminars Instead

Out of an abundance of caution, tnAchieves is cancelling the remainder of its mandatory TN Promise meetings, including the meeting scheduled for CHS students. Because the window of opportunity to meet with high school seniors is small, tnAchieves will NOT reschedule the meetings.
tnAchieves is communicating this change to students and parents/guardians this morning. Students and parents/guardians have been sent a MANDATORY webinar. It is mandatory for the student to log individually into their tnAchieves account and watch the webinar in its entirety to retain TN Promise eligibility. The deadline to watch the short webinar is April 3, 2020 at 11:59 PM CT. Failure to watch the webinar by the deadline will result in loss of TN Promise eligibility.
Student Instructions to Access Webinar
After clicking on the link
Student first and last name
Student date of birth
Last four digits of student's Social Security Number
Click Submit.
Click play on the YouTube video.
Watch the webinar in its entirety.
Click submit.
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CHS PTSO Excellence In Teaching Award 2019-2020

Twenty years from now when you look back on your days at CHS, who is the one teacher you will most remember for the positive impact he or she had on your life? Students and parents, please take the opportunity at this time to nominate that teacher for the CHS PTSO Excellence in Teaching Award. Click on the link to complete the form and return it in to the library by March 25th.
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World Autism Awareness Day is April 2nd

Thursday, April 2nd, Collierville Schools will be recognizing World Autism Awareness Day. 2020 Light it Up Blue!! Take a selfie in your blue and tag your photos with #Colliervilleschools #LIUB #DSAM. You can click on the link to order your Collierville 2020 LIUB shirt before Spring Break!! All proceeds will go to the Garrett Helms Foundation.
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