|End Aug||Registration. (Students usually attend without parents by 10th grade.)|
|General notes||Continue to encourage your student to get involved in school activities (music, drama, clubs, athletics, student government)
Effective Fall 2016: all sophomore students will take Government & Economics which are a semester each and required for graduation.
Sophomores are encouraged to complete their required one-year of Health credit by enrolling in one of the single semester Health Selective courses
|Mid Sep||Back to School Night (a night for parents without their student)|
|Oct||Free PSAT for all sophomores (paid for by the State of Oregon). Note: 10th grade PSAT scores do not count towards National Merit Scholarship competition.|
||Parent-Teacher conferences (takes place in the lunch room. Move from teacher to teacher without your student)|
|Begin Nov||First quarter Report Cards sent home (these do not count towards transcript)|
1st semester grades sent home. These count on your student’s transcript.To learn more about the CHS Grading System, click here.
|Feb||Forecasting for Junior year.|
|Begin April||Third quarter Report Cards sent home (these do not count towards transcript)|
|Late Spring||For those considering full or partial IB, make sure your student attends their first IB meetings with the IB coordinator.|
|Mid June||2nd semester Finals.|
|End June||2nd semester grades sent home. These count on your student’s transcript.To learn more about the CHS Grading System, click here.|