Principal's Weekly Message
A message from Principal Edward Owusu
Clarksburg High School Students, Staff, and Families,
Happy New Year! If you made any new year resolutions it's my hope that you are well on your way to a positive start, and if not there is always a fresh start every day! Students and staff return to school on Tuesday to begin a 4 day week of instruction. There are 4 weeks left in the marking period. This Thursday we welcome all incoming grade 9 parents and guardians (Class of 2027) to an informational meeting to learn about the registration process and their new high school for the next few years. Spread the word and read the latest information. (Please click this link to see our weekly newsletter.)
CHS has begun the registration process for students to enroll in courses for the 2023-2024 academic year. This Thursday, from 6:30 to 7:30 pm, we welcome all incoming grade 9 parents and guardians (Class of 2027) to an informational meeting to learn about the registration process and their new high school for the next few years. The meeting will be held in person in the CHS auditorium. We have reached out to our middle school partners of Rocky Hill and Hallie Wells as well as other middle schools in MCPS to share the date and time of the meeting. Please help spread the word if you know of a family that will have a student attending high school at CHS.
The registration process for our current students also begin this week. Grade 9 students will receive course registration information this week in English classes.
Senior students and parents - The TENTATIVE Date for our CHS Commencement Ceremony in June 5, 2023 at 10 am at Mount Saint Mary's College. We look forward to celebrating our Class of 2023 graduates in June!
As we return to school here is an important message from the MCPS School System Medical Officer. This message outlines efforts in reducing the potential impact of respiratory illnesses on the school system, in line with our commitment to wellbeing and learning. These efforts focus on reducing respiratory virus transmission, continuing COVID-19 mitigation to reduce spread in schools, and minimizing interruptions to learning.
As an athletics reminder CHS Basketball games have moved to Tier 1. This means student school identification cards are required for students, and only students at participating event schools may attend games alone. Students under age 18 may attend games with an adult if they attend another non participating school. Adult must stay for duration of the game.
Did you happen to see the updated Advanced Placement information for families in the last message? Here's the link. This version includes:
- Information for late registration
- Updated late fees of $43
- Updated final payment date of March 1, 2023
The Clarksburg High School College/Career Center provides in-person services daily from 7:15 am through 3:30 pm. Visit the Career Center website and Career Center on Twitter: @Cburg_Readiness. Join the Career Center Canvas page. If you have questions, contact Mrs. Somerville. Check out the Campus Visits Calendar (Class of 2023 and 2024)
The Campus Visit’s Calendar is located on your Naviance homepage. Juniors and seniors must register online in Naviance to attend all campus visits. Please see the link for instructions. The Admission Representatives visiting CHS would like to meet you! Check out more information in this newsletter.
In this weekly message you will find information about upcoming visits from higher education representatives in our College & Career Center, athletics schedules, and more.
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As always, thank you for your continued support and trust.
And remember, together we are ONE Clarksburg!
Past Weekly Messages