May 23, Thursday By Noon Last day to pay fines Pay in Media Center/Main Office/CACC. If fine not paid by noon on May 23rd- you will not receive diploma at graduation.
May 24, Friday 10:30 AM Commencement Rehearsal MIZZOU Arena Mandatory for all seniors participating in graduation. Report to MIZZOU Arena by 10:30 AM. Cap & gown not needed. Enter Main Entrance (North entrance). Look for “Missouri Basketball” (doors to the far right)
May 25, Saturday 11:00 AM Commencement MIZZOU Arena Report to MIZZOU Arena by 10:00 AM with cap & gown in hand. Leave personal items in car/home. Professional photographer will take picture of each graduate & post online.
May 25- -May 26th 11:00 PM – 4:00 AM Senior All-Night Party Hearnes Fieldhouse Parent-sponsored party for CPS graduates. $30 in advance; $35 at door.
Remove all stickers and clean laptop. (Use water on damp cloth. Don’t let fluid drip into keyboard on get excess fluid on screen.)
Return all modems, hotspots, and hardware on or before the last day of school.
Laptops, chargers, and cords must be returned on or before your last day of school UNLESS you are in enrolled in summer school. Summer school students will keep their laptops, modems, and hotspots then turn them in after summer school is over.
Charge your Laptop – You will be required to turn it on during the check in process.
Returning students with modems and hotspots not attending summer school will turn them in with their laptop.
Save all data from your laptop (desktop, documents, downloads, and hard drive) to your school Google Drive. (Open Google Drive, select data you want to save, then left-click hold and drag to your Google Drive.)
Remove all stickers and clean laptop. Use water on damp cloth. (Don’t let fluid drip into keyboard on get excess fluid on screen.)
Morgan Tighe, places 1st in the State of Missouri InvestWrite Competition
Posted by Webmaster on 4/30/2019
Congratulations to Morgan Tighe, who took 1st place in the State of Missouri InvestWrite competition. Her InvestWrite essay served as an authentic assessment of her ability to research, analyze, and concisely communicate key financial concepts to audience of judges who work in the financial industry. There were 74,943 essays submitted Nation-wide and Morgan’s essay was chosen as the State of Missouri winner. This competition is sponsors by SIFMA. The SIFMA foundation is an educational non-profit organization dedicated to fostering knowledge and understanding of the financial education.
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