CSHS Daily Announcements

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     Friday, May 27, 2021

    Have a super fantastic Summer!!!!

     
     

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To: 

    All the Summer Birthdays!  Have a great birthday!

    Wednesday– May 26, 2021 

     

    “Don’t forget to purchase your yearbook! Yearbooks are on sale now through June 2nd and will be passed out on Wrenn Street from 10am-12pn on June 1st and 2nd. You do not want to miss out on this year’s book!”

    THE COUNT DOWN IS ON!!!

     On Friday, May 21st PBIS will once again be giving a $100 AMAZON gift card to the COME BACK KID, the one student that has turned it around with grades and attendance. 

     Keep up the good work and next week your name may be announced!

    Project Wisdom

     

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

     

    Zergio Ornelas

    Monday– May 24, 2021

    “Don’t forget to purchase your yearbook! Yearbooks are on sale now through June 2nd and will be passed out on Wrenn Street from 10am-12pn on June 1st and 2nd. You do not want to miss out on this year’s book!”

    THE COUNT DOWN IS ON!!!

     

    On Friday, May 21st PBIS will once again be giving a $100 AMAZON gift card to the COME BACK KID, the one student that has turned it around with grades and attendance. 

     

    Keep up the good work and next week your name may be announced!

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

     

     

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

     

    Connor Gilbert

    Lucas Myers

    Tommy Cheung

    Wednesday– May 19, 2021

    “Don’t forget to purchase your yearbook! Yearbooks are on sale now through June 2nd and will be passed out on Wrenn Street from 10am-12pn on June 1st and 2nd. You do not want to miss out on this year’s book!”

    Spring Football Game on Wednesday the 19th at 4:30pm , Coral Shores will be playing True North at Tropical Park.

    Attention: If you’d like to earn community service hours the Junior Class needs help making Prom Decorations every day after school in the Art Room.

    This is the Final week to buy Prom Tickets and Photos outside of the Art Room.  Prom is this Saturday, May 22nd, at Coral Shores from 8-10pm.  There will be no tickets or photos sold the day of!

    THE COUNT DOWN IS ON!!!

     

    On Friday, May 21st PBIS will once again be giving a $100 AMAZON gift card to the COME BACK KID, the one student that has turned it around with grades and attendance. 

     

    Keep up the good work and next week your name may be announced!

    Attention Seniors:  Please be reminded that all Chrome books, Laptops, Library books, textbooks, athletic uniforms, and any other school issued items must be returned by May 19th.  Failure to return any of these items could keep you from participating in graduation activities.  Please see Ms. Haddad, Mr. Brown or your coach if you have any questions.

     

     

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Abigail Zischka

    Nikolas Alvarez

    Ansley Osborne

     

    Tuesday– May 18, 2021

     

    “Don’t forget to purchase your yearbook! Yearbooks are on sale now through June 2nd and will be passed out on Wrenn Street from 10am-12pn on June 1st and 2nd. You do not want to miss out on this year’s book!”

    Prom Court Results!

    Junior Court:

    Princesses- Stella Court, Harmony Holmquist, Mackenzie Hupka, Lorelei Molina, and Ava Swanson

    Princes- George Alvarez, Vincent Biondoletti, Sadier Hernandez, Brian Lesko, and Lucas Webb

     

    Senior Court:

    Queens- Riley Dobson, Andrea Galvan, Katie Holly, Lucia Rodriguez, and Ashley Hilson.

    Kings- Angel Guiterrez, Mario Menendez, Giovanni Torres, Marc Petrusha, and Noah Butler

    Today is “Teacher Feature Tuesday”

     

    Each week PBIS will be recognizing one of our amazing teachers and celebrating them with a Café Moka gift certificate

     

    Mrs. Webb has been working at Coral Shores for 3 years, she has been teaching English, AVID and Journalism for 2. 

    She loves being outside spending time with her family from kayaking in the Keys to Snow skiing in Colorado. 

    Her favorite candy is Gummy Life Savers.

      A fun fact about Mrs. Webb is she has known her husband since she was 17 years old. 

     

    We are going to miss you at Coral Shores but We are so HAPPY for you!

    Spring Football Game on Wednesday the 19th at 7pm , Coral Shores will be playing True North at Tropical Park.

    Attention: If you’d like to earn community service hours the Junior Class needs help making Prom Decorations every day after school in the Art Room.

    On Saturday at the Islamorada Fishing Club The Miss Coral Shores Contestants shared in a luncheon where the crowning took place!   

     

    Congratulations to The 2021-2022 Miss Coral Shores Court-

     

    Queen Grace Matthews

    First Princess-Lexi Kumar

    Second Princess-Makena Woolet-Stockton

    Miss Congeniality-Felicity Rodriguez

    This is the Final week to buy Prom Tickets and Photos outside of the Art Room.  Prom is this Saturday, May 22nd, at Coral Shores from 8-10pm.  There will be no tickets or photos sold the day of!

    THE COUNT DOWN IS ON!!!

     

    On Friday, May 21st PBIS will once again be giving a $100 AMAZON gift card to the COME BACK KID, the one student that has turned it around with grades and attendance. 

     

    Keep up the good work and next week your name may be announced!

    Seniors will be having a last meeting 4th period on May 18.

    B day students will be coming to school for this meeting.  It will be in the gym.

    Attention Seniors:  Please be reminded that all Chrome books, Laptops, Library books, textbooks, athletic uniforms, and any other school issued items must be returned by May 19th.  Failure to return any of these items could keep you from participating in graduation activities.  Please see Ms. Haddad, Mr. Brown or your coach if you have any questions.

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

     

     

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Alison Woltanski

    Olivia Wilson

     

    Monday– May 17, 2021 

    “Don’t forget to purchase your yearbook! Yearbooks are on sale now through June 2nd and will be passed out on Wrenn Street from 10am-12pn on June 1st and 2nd. You do not want to miss out on this year’s book!”

    Prom Court Results!

    Junior Court:

    Princesses- Stella Court, Harmony Holmquist, Mackenzie Hupka, Lorelei Molina, and Ava Swanson

    Princes- George Alvarez, Vincent Biondoletti, Sadier Hernandez, Brian Lesko, and Lucas Webb

     

    Senior Court:

    Queens- Riley Dobson, Andrea Galvan, Katie Holly, Lucia Rodriguez, and Ashley Hilson.

    Kings- Angel Guiterrez, Mario Menendez, Giovanni Torres, Marc Petrusha, and Noah Butler

    On Saturday at the Islamorada Fishing Club The Miss Coral Shores Contestants shared in a luncheon where the crowning took place!   

     

    Congratulations to The 2021-2022 Miss Coral Shores Court-

     

    Queen Grace Matthews

    First Princess-Lexi Kumar

    Second Princess-Makena Woolet-Stockton

     And Miss Congeniality-Felicity Rodriguez

    This is the Final week to buy Prom Tickets and Photos outside of the Art Room.  Prom is this Saturday, May 22nd, at Coral Shores from 8-10pm.  There will be no tickets or photos sold the day of!

    THE COUNT DOWN IS ON!!!

     

    On Friday, May 21st PBIS will once again be giving a $100 AMAZON gift card to the COME BACK KID, the one student that has turned it around with grades and attendance. 

     

    Keep up the good work and next week your name may be announced!

    Seniors will be having a last meeting 4th period on May 18.

    B day students will be coming to school for this meeting.  It will be in the gym.

    To all students, there are several summer jobs posted on the main bulletin board downstairs! Please check it out!

     

    Seniors,

    Please fill out the light purple “Senior Exit Form” in the main office and leave it in the box next to it. The scholarships you are to report are only those offered from different colleges, not Pell Grants or Bright Futures…..

    Volunteers are needed for ICAN Swim camp for special needs children July 12-23

     

    To volunteer you must be:

    At least 15 years old

    Attend all 5 days of camp for at least 1 hour a day

    Abel to swim and be comfortable in the water

    Provide motivational and physical support to swimmers

    Contact Tana Carson at (305) 394-1459 or see Mrs. Pais at CSHS

    Attention Seniors:  Please be reminded that all Chrome books, Laptops, Library books, textbooks, athletic uniforms, and any other school issued items must be returned by May 19th.  Failure to return any of these items could keep you from participating in graduation activities.  Please see Ms. Haddad, Mr. Brown or your coach if you have any questions.

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

     

     

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Katelyn Michelle Gilman

     

     

     

    Friday– May 14, 2021

    “Don’t forget to purchase your yearbook! Yearbooks are on sale now through June 2nd and will be passed out on Wrenn Street from 10am-12pn on June 1st and 2nd. You do not want to miss out on this year’s book!”

    On Friday, May 21st PBIS will once again be giving a $100 AMAZON gift card to the COME BACK KID, the one student that has turned it around with grades and attendance. 

     

    Keep up the good work and next week your name may be announced!

    Seniors will be having a last meeting 4th period on May 18.

    B day students will be coming to school for this meeting.  It will be in the gym.

    To all students, there are several summer jobs posted on the main bulletin board downstairs! Please check it out!

     

    Seniors,

    Please fill out the light purple “Senior Exit Form” in the main office and leave it in the box next to it. The scholarships you are to report are only those offered from different colleges, not Pell Grants or Bright Futures…..

    Next week is the Final week to purchase Prom Tickets and Photos.  There will be none sold the day of the event.  Purchase yours now for $20 during both lunches in the art room.

     

    Prom Court will be announced Monday and Tuesday next week.

    Volunteers are needed for ICAN Swim camp for special needs children July 12-23

     

    To volunteer you must be:

    At least 15 years old

    Attend all 5 days of camp for at least 1 hour a day

    Abel to swim and be comfortable in the water

    Provide motivational and physical support to swimmers

    Contact Tana Carson at (305) 394-1459 or see Mrs. Pais at CSHS

    Attention Seniors:  Please be reminded that all Chrome books, Laptops, Library books, textbooks, athletic uniforms, and any other school issued items must be returned by May 19th.  Failure to return any of these items could keep you from participating in graduation activities.  Please see Ms. Haddad, Mr. Brown or your coach if you have any questions.

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

     Exam Preparations:

    Remember to start taking time to prepare for exams! 

    Set down your electronics, Set time aside to focus on preparing and you will feel less stress!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

     

    Ms. G

    Julie Powers

    Samuel Leon-Gonzalez

    Jazmin Pineda

     

    Thursday– May 13, 2021

    “Don’t forget to purchase your yearbook! Yearbooks are on sale now through June 2nd and will be passed out on Wrenn Street from 10am-12pn on June 1st and 2nd. You do not want to miss out on this year’s book!”

    On Friday, May 21st PBIS will once again be giving a $100 AMAZON gift card to the COME BACK KID, the one student that has turned it around with grades and attendance. 

    Keep up the good work and next week your name may be announced!

    Seniors will be having a last meeting 4th period on May 18.

    B day students will be coming to school for this meeting.  It will be in the gym.

    Athletic stoles will be distributed at lunch next Monday and Tuesday.  Cheerleaders and Canettes also earn a stole for their participation.

    Employment opportunity at Jacobs Aquatic Pool this summer

    Jacobs Aquatic Center is in need of lifeguards for the summer.  To apply just drop by the pool in Key Largo and ask for an application at the front desk.

    If you would like to be a lifeguard but are not certified then please listen.

    Jacobs will be running a lifeguard training course this month, May 21st, 22nd, & 23rd.  The cost is $200.  Please call the pool for more information or stop by.  The number is 305- 453- 7946  Yes, that is 305-453- SWIM.

    To all students, there are several summer jobs posted on the main bulletin board downstairs! Please check it out!

    Seniors,

    Please fill out the light purple “Senior Exit Form” in the main office and leave it in the box next to it. The scholarships you are to report are only those offered from different colleges, not Pell Grants or Bright Futures…..

    Prom Tickets and Photos will be on sale in the art room during both lunches this week.

    Volunteers are needed for ICAN Swim camp for special needs children July 12-23

    To volunteer you must be:

    At least 15 years old

    Attend all 5 days of camp for at least 1 hour a day

    Abel to swim and be comfortable in the water

    Provide motivational and physical support to swimmers

    Contact Tana Carson at (305) 394-1459 or see Mrs. Pais at CSHS

    There will be a National Art Honor Society meeting in the art room after school this Wednesday May 12th

    Are in interested in FREE Weightlifting or cardio classes this summer? See Ms. Hamilton or Coach Meyers for more details!

    Attention Seniors:  Please be reminded that all Chrome books, Laptops, Library books, textbooks, athletic uniforms, and any other school issued items must be returned by May 19th.  Failure to return any of these items could keep you from participating in graduation activities.  Please see Ms. Haddad, Mr. Brown or your coach if you have any questions.

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

     Our greatest weakness lies in giving up; the most certain way to succeed is to try one more time.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Jayden Ferrell

    Wednesday– May 12, 2021

    “Don’t forget to purchase your yearbook! Yearbooks are on sale now through June 2nd and will be passed out on Wrenn Street from 10am-12pn on June 1st and 2nd. You do not want to miss out on this year’s book!”

    Athletic stoles will be distributed at lunch next Monday and Tuesday.  Cheerleaders and Canettes also earn a stole for their participation.

     

    Employment opportunity at Jacobs Aquatic Pool this summer

     

    Jacobs Aquatic Center is in need of lifeguards for the summer.  To apply just drop by the pool in Key Largo and ask for an application at the front desk.

     

    If you would like to be a lifeguard but are not certified then please listen.

     

    Jacobs will be running a lifeguard training course this month, May 21st, 22nd, & 23rd.  The cost is $200.  Please call the pool for more information or stop by.  The number is 305- 453- 7946  Yes, that is 305-453- SWIM.

    To all students, there are several summer jobs posted on the main bulletin board downstairs! Please check it out!

     

    Seniors,

    Please fill out the light purple “Senior Exit Form” in the main office and leave it in the box next to it. The scholarships you are to report are only those offered from different colleges, not Pell Grants or Bright Futures…..

    Prom Tickets and Photos will be on sale in the art room during both lunches this week.

    Volunteers are needed for ICAN Swim camp for special needs children July 12-23

     

    To volunteer you must be:

    At least 15 years old

    Attend all 5 days of camp for at least 1 hour a day

    Abel to swim and be comfortable in the water

    Provide motivational and physical support to swimmers

    Contact Tana Carson at (305) 394-1459 or see Mrs. Pais at CSHS

    There will be a National Art Honor Society meeting in the art room after school this Wednesday May 12th

    Are in interested in FREE Weightlifting or cardio classes this summer? See Ms. Hamilton or Coach Meyers for more details!

    Attention Seniors:  Please be reminded that all Chrome books, Laptops, Library books, textbooks, athletic uniforms, and any other school issued items must be returned by May 19th.  Failure to return any of these items could keep you from participating in graduation activities.  Please see Ms. Haddad, Mr. Brown or your coach if you have any questions.

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

    A quote from Tiger Woods

    Never listen to anyone else’s expectations; you should live your own life and live up to your own expectations and those are the only things you should care about.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

     

    Wilman, Avila Solis

    Steven Scheu

    Jacob Senecal

     

    Monday– May 10, 2021 

     Congrats to the Coral Shores Hurricanes on their championship win this weekend at the FSHAA flag football tournament in Jacksonville. Way to Go!!

    Prom Tickets and Photos will be on sale in the art room during both lunches this week.

    The Hurricanes Unified Flag Football team went up to Jacksonville to compete in the FHSAA Flag football state tourney to play against the best teams in the state in a final four championship. They won their first game 44-13 with touchdowns by Zergio Ornelas, Pedro the tornado Perez, Peter Reinoso, and Javier Diaz led by Quarterback Mike Stevens. Zander Wolfgram led the defense with his incredible speed and amazing teamwork by partners Jenna Castillo and Kailee Reinoso. They moved on to the Championship game Saturday where the defeated the opposing team 33-20 in a nail biting match that secured victory for the Hurricanes. This is the first time in History a flag football team from the Keys has brought home Gold Medals and the 1st place trophy back home from a Florida High School Athletic Association Tournament. Amazing job well done.

     

    There will be a National Art Honor Society meeting in the art room after school this Wednesday May 12th

    Attention Juniors and Seniors, Prom court voting will be this Monday and Tuesday during your 6th period class!

    Are in interested in FREE Weightlifting or cardio classes this summer? See Ms. Hamilton or Coach Meyers for more details!

    Attention Seniors:  Please be reminded that all Chrome books, Laptops, Library books, textbooks, athletic uniforms, and any other school issued items must be returned by May 19th.  Failure to return any of these items could keep you from participating in graduation activities.  Please see Ms. Haddad, Mr. Brown or your coach if you have any questions.

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

    BELIEVE

    If you believe you can do it, YOU will!  Never stop believing in the power of positivity!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Kaylee Moore

    Malia Alana

     

     

    Friday– May 07, 2021

    Attention Students Who Are Taking the SAT this Saturday,

    Please park in the Wren St parking lot and be outside the Media Center by 7:30 AM. COVID guidelines are still in place so students will be expected to wear a mask for the duration of the test, wash their hands and practice social distancing.  You must have your SAT admission ticket and a valid photo ID in order to be admitted. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE ONE OF THESE TWO ITEMS YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO TEST. Please bring your own calculator, pencils, water and snacks. Testing will begin at 8:00 am and end around 1:00 pm. If you have any questions please see Ms. Robin Fry in 4204.

    Attention any senior who has not put his/her handprint on the senior wall please go to the class of 2021 wall today during 7th period or after school.  This is the last day this is a possibility.

    Attention Juniors and Seniors, Prom court voting will be this Monday and Tuesday during your 6th period class!

    ATTENTION: Are you interested in talking to an Army recruiter? If so, let Mrs. Harris know so she can coordinate a meeting with you and the Army recruiter.

    Canettes:  please remember to return your uniforms and poms to Mrs. Pais or the front office. ASAP

    Attention Seniors:  Please be reminded that all Chrome books, Laptops, Library books, textbooks, athletic uniforms, and any other school issued items must be returned by May 19th.  Failure to return any of these items could keep you from participating in graduation activities.  Please see Ms. Haddad, Mr. Brown or your coach if you have any questions.

    Do you love music and football? 

     If you are in grades 9-12 next year and are interested in joining the 21-22 Pep Band for Football season, contact Ms. Gagliardini or join her google classroom. 

    The code is QDEZEXV

      The band will perform on the sidelines and at halftime at all of our home football games.  This is an after school activity.  You do not have to be enrolled in band class to participate.

    Track team turn in track uniforms to Coach James soon as possible.

    Coach Andrew Thiery will be running a Sports Performance Program from June 7th -25th, Monday through Friday, 8-2pm at Coral Shores. Science principles such as biomechanics and power will be incorporated into basketball, baseball and training to improve performance of student athletes in grades 8th – 12th.  If you are interested, see Mrs. Thiery for an application and more information. 15 spots are available. Three weeks to get better, faster, stronger!!

    Prom Tickets will be on sale all week outside of the art room during both lunches for $20.  Photos are $10. 

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

    Self-Discipline

    My parents used to ask us whether the teacher had given us homework, if we said no, they would say, Well Assign Yourself!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Leyla Ochoa

    Ashley Jans

    Shaylin Dyer

    Wednesday– May 05, 2021 

    Attention Students Who Are Taking the SAT this Saturday,

    Please park in the Wren St parking lot and be outside the Media Center by 7:30 AM. COVID guidelines are still in place so students will be expected to wear a mask for the duration of the test, wash their hands and practice social distancing.  You must have your SAT admission ticket and a valid photo ID in order to be admitted. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE ONE OF THESE TWO ITEMS YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO TEST. Please bring your own calculator, pencils, water and snacks. Testing will begin at 8:00 am and end around 1:00 pm. If you have any questions please see Ms. Robin Fry in 4204.

    Do you love music and football? 

     If you are in grades 9-12 next year and are interested in joining the 21-22 Pep Band for Football season, contact Ms. Gagliardini or join her google classroom. 

    The code is QDEZEXV

      The band will perform on the sidelines and at halftime at all of our home football games.  This is an after school activity.  You do not have to be enrolled in band class to participate.

    Track team turn in track uniforms to Coach James soon as possible.

     

    Coach Andrew Thiery will be running a Sports Performance Program from June 7th -25th, Monday through Friday, 8-2pm at Coral Shores. Science principles such as biomechanics and power will be incorporated into basketball, baseball and training to improve performance of student athletes in grades 8th – 12th.  If you are interested, see Mrs. Thiery for an application and more information. 15 spots are available. Three weeks to get better, faster, stronger!!

     

    Prom Tickets will be on sale all week outside of the art room during both lunches for $20.  Photos are $10. 

    Attention: If you are a student in 9th-11th grade, you are invited to join a College Prep “Boot Camp” this summer for 2 weeks- FREE!

    Some topics that will be covered include college searches, career interest inventories to help pick a career, some information on SAT/ACT Preparation, college application assistance, essay writing and scholarship searches. If you are interested see Mrs. Harris

    Attention: If you volunteered for the Nick Sheahan Fishing Tournament this weekend, please pick up your community service log from Mrs. Harris.

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

    The Creator of the MUPPETS, Jim Hanson said, Staying positive and good is the message he portrayed through the Muppets.  Through this he brought many smiles to peoples lives…

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Bryanna Valdes

    Kaiden Weinstock

     

    Monday– May 03, 2021

    Do you love music and football? 

     If you are in grades 9-12 next year and are interested in joining the 21-22 Pep Band for Football season, contact Ms. Gagliardini or join her google classroom. 

    The code is QDEZEXV

      The band will perform on the sidelines and at halftime at all of our home football games.  This is an after school activity.  You do not have to be enrolled in band class to participate.

    Attention: If you are a student in 9th-11th grade, you are invited to join a College Prep “Boot Camp” this summer for 2 weeks- FREE!

    Some topics that will be covered include college searches, career interest inventories to help pick a career, some information on SAT/ACT Preparation, college application assistance, essay writing and scholarship searches. If you are interested see Mrs. Harris

    Attention: If you volunteered for the Nick Sheahan Fishing Tournament this weekend, please pick up your community service log from Mrs. Harris.

    Congrats!

    Here are the results from the regionals track meet on Saturday, May 1st.

    -Riley Dobson – Placed 6th in the Shot Put and Placed 14th in the Discus.

    -Maya Gadea – Placed 11th in the 400 meters.

    -Dhyan Herzberg – Placed 9th in the Long Jump and Placed 12th in the Triple Jump.

    -Orlando Pera – placed 12th in the 110 Hurdles.

    -Aaron Anstett – Placed 13th in the Discus.

    4x100 relay team placed 6th

    Lucia Rodriguez

    Terran Clayton

    Alexis Terry

    Maya Gadea

    Awesome Job Canes!!

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

     More Out of Life…

    Surround yourself with people that you can learn from, people who want more out of life, and people who want to improve. 

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Christopher Cano

    Jesse Ferrante

    Friday– April 30, 2021

    Attention Seniors: If you are getting notices to send your FINAL transcript to your college, you CANNOT get that right now! Your FINAL transcript will not be available until approximately 10 days after Graduation. There is NO WAY to put your graduation date on the transcript now, and that is what the college wants to see.

    If you are a student in 9th-11th grade, you are invited to join a College Prep “Boot Camp” this summer for 2 weeks- for FREE!

    Some topics that will be covered include college searches, career interest inventories to help pick a career, some information on SAT/ACT Preparation, college application assistance, essay writing and scholarship searches.

    We need 15 students to have this program run. If you are interested see Mrs. Harris or email her at chris.harris@keysschools.com

    Prom Ticket Flash Sale will be going on during both lunches this week starting today through Thursday!  Tickets are $10.  Pre Order your prom photos when you buy your ticket for an additional $10!  Remember there will be no ticket or photo sales the day of prom so buy them now!

     

    Alexis Kloke, Laira Gomer, and Alexis Kumar please see Miss Abbott in the Art Room to pick up your Junior Class Shirts and Hoodies.

    The last day for students to check out Library books will be April 30.

    All books must be returned no later than Friday May 14. 

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

    Britney Spears says,

     

    Never doubt yourself,

    Never change who you are

    Don’t care what people think and just go for it!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

     

    Jacob Craig

    Sophia Borders

    Morgan Bailey

    Grayden Ross

    Andrea Galvan

    Addison Arce

     

    Thursday– April 29, 2021

    The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine will be available THURSDAY at Murray Nelson Government Center from 10am-6pm. This is not through the health department and there is no appointment. This vaccine is available for 16 year olds and older. Any minor will be required to be accompanied by a parent.

     

    Attention Seniors: If you are getting notices to send your FINAL transcript to your college, you CANNOT get that right now! Your FINAL transcript will not be available until approximately 10 days after Graduation. There is NO WAY to put your graduation date on the transcript now, and that is what the college wants to see.

    If you are a student in 9th-11th grade, you are invited to join a College Prep “Boot Camp” this summer for 2 weeks- for FREE!

    Some topics that will be covered include college searches, career interest inventories to help pick a career, some information on SAT/ACT Preparation, college application assistance, essay writing and scholarship searches.

    We need 15 students to have this program run. If you are interested see Mrs. Harris or email her at chris.harris@keysschools.com

    Prom Ticket Flash Sale will be going on during both lunches this week starting today through Thursday!  Tickets are $10.  Pre Order your prom photos when you buy your ticket for an additional $10!  Remember there will be no ticket or photo sales the day of prom so buy them now!

    Alexis Kloke, Laira Gomer, and Alexis Kumar please see Miss Abbott in the Art Room to pick up your Junior Class Shirts and Hoodies.

    The last day for students to check out Library books will be April 30.

    All books must be returned no later than Friday May 14. 

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

    Responsibility-

    Being in charge of your behavior

    Being trusted with important jobs

    Having your work finished on time

    Doing your part when working together

    These are all responsibilities you need to practice in and out of school!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Wednesday– April 28, 2021

    Congratulations to Vince Biondoletti, Jazmin Pineda, Autum Conroy, and Kassie Williams who are the WINNERS of the STAR Reading SGP gift cards in Ms. Joy’s classes.  Each student will receive a $10 gift card to either CoCo Plum Place or Key Largo Chocolates!

    Attention Seniors: If you are getting notices to send your FINAL transcript to your college, you CANNOT get that right now! Your FINAL transcript will not be available until approximately 10 days after Graduation. There is NO WAY to put your graduation date on the transcript now, and that is what the college wants to see.

    If you are a student in 9th-11th grade, you are invited to join a College Prep “Boot Camp” this summer for 2 weeks- for FREE!

    Some topics that will be covered include college searches, career interest inventories to help pick a career, some information on SAT/ACT Preparation, college application assistance, essay writing and scholarship searches.

    We need 15 students to have this program run. If you are interested see Mrs. Harris or email her at chris.harris@keysschools.com

    Prom Ticket Flash Sale will be going on during both lunches this week starting today through Thursday!  Tickets are $10.  Pre Order your prom photos when you buy your ticket for an additional $10!  Remember there will be no ticket or photo sales the day of prom so buy them now!

    Alexis Kloke, Laira Gomer, and Alexis Kumar please see Miss Abbott in the Art Room to pick up your Junior Class Shirts and Hoodies.

    Seniors who have not met test score requirement for Bright Futures will now have until Dec. 1, 2021 to keep testing if they need a higher score!

    SAT and/or ACT can be taken in the cities where you are going to college in Florida. You do not need to test at Coral Shores for this.

    The last day for students to check out Library books will be April 30.

    All books must be returned no later than Friday May 14. 

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

     Making Choices

    Make choices today that will help you be a better person tomorrow.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Javier Diaz

    Elizabeth Crutcher

    Michael Dula

    Alex Gutierrez

    Ashley Hilson

    Jackson Hilson

    Christine Montagne

    Derek Smith

    Dylan Santillan-Cartage

    Monday– April 26, 2021 

    ALL Juniors who did not take the SAT on April 13, and specific seniors who have been notified on their keysstudents email will take it TOMORROW, April 27. All students testing – A day and B day – will report to their first period class in the morning where they will get their testing ticket that will tell them their testing location.

    If you are a student in 9th-11th grade, you are invited to join a College Prep “Boot Camp” this summer for 2 weeks- for FREE!

    Some topics that will be covered include college searches, career interest inventories to help pick a career, some information on SAT/ACT Preparation, college application assistance, essay writing and scholarship searches.

    We need 15 students to have this program run. If you are interested see Mrs. Harris or email her at chris.harris@keysschools.com

    Prom Ticket Flash Sale will be going on during both lunches this week starting today through Thursday!  Tickets are $10.  Pre Order your prom photos when you buy your ticket for an additional $10!  Remember there will be no ticket or photo sales the day of prom so buy them now!

     

    Alexis Kloke, Laira Gomer, and Alexis Kumar please see Miss Abbott in the Art Room to pick up your Junior Class Shirts and Hoodies.

    Congratulations to Lucas Dennis and Ozzy Vega for competing at States for Boys Weightlifting this past Friday.  Lucas finished in 6th in his weight class with a 270lb bench press and 230lb Clean and Jerk.  Ozzy finished 13th in his weight class with a 275lb Bench and 245lb Clean and Jerk, both of which were PRs for him.

    Seniors who have not met test score requirement for Bright Futures will now have until Dec. 1, 2021 to keep testing if they need a higher score!

    SAT and/or ACT can be taken in the cities where you are going to college in Florida. You do not need to test at Coral Shores for this.

    The last day for students to check out Library books will be April 30.

    All books must be returned no later than Friday May 14. 

    Mrs. Harris would like to give a “Shout out” to Maddie Langely for doing an outstanding job of keeping the scholarship page updated for the current seniors! Thank you Maddie! You are PRICELESS!

    Congratulations to the following seniors for their performances in the financial literacy challenge.

    Christine Aleman placed 3rd with a cash  prize of $200 dollars

    Lucas Dennis placed 2nd with a cash prize of $300 dollars

    Marc Petrusha placed first with a cash prize of  $500 dollars

    The competition is sponsored by the Keys Federal Credit Union.

    This is a reminder that guidance counselors will be available in their offices during A and B lunch for walk ins, no appointment needed!

    Cheerleading Team Presents: The Dominos Fundraiser: The Slice the Price Card

    The card allows one to buy a large pizza at menu price and get a large pizza FREE

    The card sells for $10. Use the card as many times as you would like until Dec 31,2021

    GREAT FOR PARTIES! Valid for delivery or carryout.

    All the team members and the coach have the order forms!!!!

    We accept cash or you can do it online.

    www.STP.cards/35670

     

    WE NEED RAISING MONEY TOWARDS UNIFORMS AND SUMMER CAMP! YOUR SUPPORT IS GREATLY APPREACIATED!

    There are a few NEW scholarship opportunities on the Coral Shores website! Deadlines quickly approaching….don’t miss out!

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

     Muhammad Ali once said;

     

    Champions are not made in the gym, Champions are made from something deep inside, a desire or a dream. 

    You have to have the skill and the will-

    But the will must be stronger than the skill.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

     

    Lindsey Cholewczynski

    Esteban Gornejo-Villalobos

     

    Friday– April 23, 2021

    Seniors who have not met test score requirement for Bright Futures will now have until Dec. 1, 2021 to keep testing if they need a higher score!

    SAT and/or ACT can be taken in the cities where you are going to college in Florida. You do not need to test at Coral Shores for this.

    Mrs. Harris would like to give a “Shout out” to Maddie Langely for doing an outstanding job of keeping the scholarship page updated for the current seniors! Thank you Maddie! You are PRICELESS!

    Congratulations to the following seniors for their performances in the financial literacy challenge.

    Christine Aleman placed 3rd with a cash  prize of $200 dollars

    Lucas Dennis placed 2nd with a cash prize of $300 dollars

    Marc Petrusha placed first with a cash prize of  $500 dollars

    The competition is sponsored by the Keys Federal Credit Union.

    New Officers for National Honor Society for 2021-2022

    President                                           Lindsay Stagnito

    Vice President                                  Makena Woolet-Stockton

    Corresponding Secretary              Felicity Rodriguez

    Recording Secretary                       Annika Needham

    Webmaster                                       Stella Court

    Treasurer                                        Emma Head

     Juniors who did not take the SAT on April 13, will take it on April 27. Specific seniors will be notified of their SAT eligibility on the 27th

    Please check the Upper Keys Weekly article on Ms. Donagi‘s son , he received “Student of the Week” at Ocean Studies.

    CONGRATULATIONS!

    Your teachers have submitted names for “DOING THE RIGHT THING”

    This week PBIS will be awarding a $20 Dominos gift card to Julie Powers

    Keep up the good work and you could be the next  WINNER!

    This is a reminder that guidance counselors will be available in their offices during A and B lunch for walk ins, no appointment needed!

    Next week, The College of The Upper Keys will be hosting a virtual information event, April 27, at 5:30pm.  For more information please stop by the office of the College of the Upper Keys, to pick up a flyer.

    Cheerleading Team Presents: The Dominos Fundraiser: The Slice the Price Card

    The card allows one to buy a large pizza at menu price and get a large pizza FREE

    The card sells for $10. Use the card as many times as you would like until Dec 31,2021

    GREAT FOR PARTIES! Valid for delivery or carryout.

    All the team members and the coach have the order forms!!!!

    We accept cash or you can do it online.

    www.STP.cards/35670

    WE NEED RAISING MONEY TOWARDS UNIFORMS AND SUMMER CAMP! YOUR SUPPORT IS GREATLY APPREACIATED!

    There are a few NEW scholarship opportunities on the Coral Shores website! Deadlines quickly approaching….don’t miss out!

    Attention Juniors, if you ordered a class t-shirt or hoodie please see Miss Abbott in the art room to pick them up.

    Attention Upper Classmen there will be a Flash Sale for Prom Tickets next Monday April 26th through Thursday April 29th in front of the art room during both Lunches.  Tickets will be $10!  You may also purchase your prom photos for $10 too!  Tickets will be on sale for $20 during both Lunches in May.  There will be no tickets or photos sold the day of Prom so get your tickets and pre order your photos now!

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

     Felt with the Heart!

    The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched.  They must be felt with the heart. 

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Ms. Welch

    Ms. Wischmeier

    Tori Mitten

     

    Thursday– April 22, 2021

    Seniors who have not met test score requirement for Bright Futures will now have until Dec. 1, 2021 to keep testing if they need a higher score!

    SAT and/or ACT can be taken in the cities where you are going to college in Florida. You do not need to test at Coral Shores for this.

    New Officers for National Honor Society for 2021-2022

    President – Lindsay Stagnito

    Vice President – Makeena Wookt-Stockton

    Treasure – Felicity Rodriguez & Annika Needham

    Webmaster – Stella Court

     Juniors who did not take the SAT on April 13, will take it on April 27. Specific seniors will be notified of their SAT eligibility on the 27th

    Please check the Upper Keys Weekly article on Ms. Donagi‘s son , he received “Student of the Week” at Ocean Studies.

    CONGRATULATIONS!

    Your teachers submitted names for “DOING THE RIGHT THING”

     

    This week PBIS will be awarding a $20 Dominos gift card to Ian Andersen

     

    Keep up the good work and you could be the next  WINNER!

    This is a reminder that guidance counselors will be available in their offices during A and B lunch for walk ins, no appointment needed!

    Next week, The College of The Upper Keys will be hosting a virtual information event, April 27, at 5:30pm.  For more information please stop by the office of the College of the Upper Keys, to pick up a flyer.

    Cheerleading Team Presents: The Dominos Fundraiser: The Slice the Price Card

    The card allows one to buy a large pizza at menu price and get a large pizza FREE

    The card sells for $10. Use the card as many times as you would like until Dec 31,2021

    GREAT FOR PARTIES! Valid for delivery or carryout.

    All the team members and the coach have the order forms!!!!

    We accept cash or you can do it online.

    www.STP.cards/35670

     

    WE NEED RAISING MONEY TOWARDS UNIFORMS AND SUMMER CAMP! YOUR SUPPORT IS GREATLY APPREACIATED!

    There are a few NEW scholarship opportunities on the Coral Shores website! Deadlines quickly approaching….don’t miss out!

    Attention Juniors, if you ordered a class t-shirt or hoodie please see Miss Abbott in the art room to pick them up.

     

    Attention Upper Classmen there will be a Flash Sale for Prom Tickets next Monday April 26th through Thursday April 29th in front of the art room during both Lunches.  Tickets will be $10!  You may also purchase your prom photos for $10 too!  Tickets will be on sale for $20 during both Lunches in May.  There will be no tickets or photos sold the day of Prom so get your tickets and pre order your photos now!

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

    Optimism

    Things turn out best for the people who make the best out of the way things turn out.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

     

    Ms. Brown

    Ariel Galvan

     

    Tuesday– April 20, 2021

    Today is “Teacher Feature Tuesday”

    Each week PBIS will be recognizing one of our amazing teachers and celebrating them with a lunch gift certificate-

    Congratulations Ms. Susa – Ms. Susa has been on staff at Coral Shores for 6 years teaching 9th grade English and 9 through 12 ESOL.  In her spare time she enjoys her family farm consisting of chickens, ducks and bunnies. She loves to travel and fish in the back country.  A fun fact about her is she has recently started selling her Islamorada Farm Fresh eggs and her chickens are now paying for their own food.   Her favorite candy bar is Snickers!  Congratulations Ms. Susa

    There are a few NEW scholarship opportunities on the Coral Shores website! Deadlines quickly approaching….don’t miss out!

    Varsity Baseball has a home game today against Keys Gate at 7pm.

    Attention Juniors, if you ordered a class t-shirt or hoodie please see Miss Abbott in the art room to pick them up.

    Attention Upper Classmen there will be a Flash Sale for Prom Tickets next Monday April 26th through Thursday April 29th in front of the art room during both Lunches.  Tickets will be $10!  You can also purchase your prom photos for $10 too!  Tickets will be on sale for $20 during both Lunches in May.  There will be no tickets or photos sold the day of Prom so get your tickets and pre order your photos now!

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

     Grateful!

    Be happy with what you have and you will have plenty to be happy about.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

     

     

    Monday– April 19, 2021

    Students who missed the FSA writing will make it up on Friday, April 23. Juniors who did not take the SAT on April 13 will take it on April 27. Specific Seniors will be notified of their SAT eligibility on the 27th.

    Any student interested in being sponsored for a summer camp opportunity at the Otherside Board Sports Adventure Camp, please contact Mrs. Hager room 1-202 for an application.  It includes the following activities:
    KITEBOARDING & SAILING/ WAKEBOARDING/INDOOR ROCK CLIMBING/PADDLE DAY/SKATEBOARDING

    Attention students Spring Football signup will be Monday , April 19 at 2:50pm in the football stands. Athletic packet must be completed before you can start conditioning and weight training. If you have questions , please see Coach James.

    Attention Juniors, if you ordered a class t-shirt or hoodie please see Miss Abbott in the art room to pick them up.

    Attention Upper Classmen there will be a Flash Sale for Prom Tickets next Monday April 26th through Thursday April 29th in front of the art room during both Lunches.  Tickets will be $10!  You can also purchase your prom photos for $10 too!  Tickets will be on sale for $20 during both Lunches in May.  There will be no tickets or photos sold the day of Prom so get your tickets and pre order your photos now!

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

     Remember To Take Care Of Yourself

    If your dream is looking a little unclear these days, rework your road map for success. Remember, the path often twists and turns on the way to your destination.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Devyn Nason

    Ariana Duran-Munoz

    Andy Ledesma Martinez

    Allen Perez

    Friday– April 16, 2021

    Students who missed the FSA writing will make it up on Friday, April 23. Juniors who did not take the SAT on April 13 will take it on April 27. Specific Seniors will be notified of their SAT eligibility on the 27th.

    Attention students Spring Football signup will be Monday , April 19 at 2:50pm in the football stands. Athletic packet must be completed before you can start conditioning and weight training. If you have questions , please see Coach James.

    Students taking the ACT this Saturday should line up at the Wrenn St entrance of the media center by 7:45 AM.  Please wear a mask.  Bring #2 pencils, admission ticket, photo ID, appropriate calculator, snacks and a sweater.  See Mrs. Wischmeier if you have any questions.

    Varsity Baseball has a game today against Westminister Christian @ 4pm at Founders Park.

    Softball has a home game today at 5pm.

    If you have read more than 8 books this year, you’re eligible for the Superintendent’s Remarkable Readers Award.  You can find the application on your English teacher’s classroom page, or pick up a printed copy from the Media Center.   Applications should be turned in to your English teacher or the Media Center no later than Friday, April 16.  Students who receive the award will be invited to a special event, and have their name put in a drawing for a new Kindle E-reader.  See Mrs. Haddad for more details.

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

     Role Models

    Being a good role model is important-

    For better or worse, we are influenced by those around us-

    Choose wisely and be the better person.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Christine Robertson

    David Jensen

    George Alvarez

    Arlenis Pardo-Perez

    Stephen McClellan

    Anthony Alvarez

    Thursday– April 15, 2021

    Attention key Club, there will be a meeting TODAY Thursday after school at 2:35 in Ms. Betancourt’s room and through the google meet. Please be sure to attend as we will be presenting awards for some club members!

    If you are a junior and ordered a class shirt or hoodie please come to Miss Abbott in the art room to pick up!

    Students taking the ACT this Saturday should line up at the Wrenn St entrance of the media center by 7:45 AM.  Please wear a mask.  Bring #2 pencils, admission ticket, photo ID, appropriate calculator, snacks and a sweater.  See Mrs. Wischmeier if you have any questions.

    Track and Field

    Qualifiers for Regionals may 1

    Riley Dodson  1st place in the Shot Put and  3rd place in the Discus.

    Aaron Anstett  4th place in the Discus.

    Orlando Pera 3rd place in the 110 Hurdles.

    Dhyan Herzberg 3rd in the Long Jump and 3rd in the Triple Jump.

    Maya Gadea 3rd in the 400 meters and 3rd in the 4x100 relay

    Lucia Rodriguez 3rd in the 4x100 relay

    Terran Clayton 3rd in the 4x100 relay

    Alex Terry 3rd in the 4x100 relay

    Congratulations!! Go Canes

    If you have read more than 8 books this year, you’re eligible for the Superintendent’s Remarkable Readers Award.  You can find the application on your English teacher’s classroom page, or pick up a printed copy from the Media Center.   Applications should be turned in to your English teacher or the Media Center no later than Friday, April 16.  Students who receive the award will be invited to a special event, and have their name put in a drawing for a new Kindle E-reader.  See Mrs. Haddad for more details.

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

     A quote from Shaquille O’Neil

    “Excellence is not a singular act but a habit—

    You are what you repeatedly do”

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Shayara Lara

    Christine Robertson

    Austin Bailey

    Hailey Cooper

    Grace Gonzalez

    Wednesday– April 14, 2021

    Seniors,

    If you have not told Mrs.  Harris of your plan after high school and/or where you have chosen to go to college, please email  her at chris.harris@keysschools.com

    I am getting ready to put the college flags on the bulletin board but I need to know where you are going!

    All  students, please see YMCA Camp Counselor opportunity  for this summer on the bulletin boards

    Track and Field

    Qualifiers for Regionals may 1

    Riley Dodson  1st place in the Shot Put and  3rd place in the Discus.

    Aaron Anstett  4th place in the Discus.

    Orlando Pera 3rd place in the 110 Hurdles.

    Dhyan Herzberg 3rd in the Long Jump and 3rd in the Triple Jump.

    Maya Gadea 3rd in the 400 meters and 3rd in the 4x100 relay

    Lucia Rodriguez 3rd in the 4x100 relay

    Terran Clayton 3rd in the 4x100 relay

    Alex Terry 3rd in the 4x100 relay

    Congratulations!! Go Canes

    Attention Juniors and Seniors please be on the lookout for your Invitation to Prom during your 6th period class!

    Seniors, Some students have had problems applying for the Upper Keys Rotary.

    Please check again later today for a new link on the scholarship website. Deadline April 15th.

    Varsity Baseball has an away game today against Somerset Silver Palms at 4pm.

    If you are interested in signing up for HOPE for summer school. Please go to the front office and sign up on the signup sheet.

    If you have read more than 8 books this year, you’re eligible for the Superintendent’s Remarkable Readers Award.  You can find the application on your English teacher’s classroom page, or pick up a printed copy from the Media Center.   Applications should be turned in to your English teacher or the Media Center no later than Friday, April 16.  Students who receive the award will be invited to a special event, and have their name put in a drawing for a new Kindle E-reader.  See Mrs. Haddad for more details.

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

    Being Grateful:

    Sometimes we are so busy complaining about what is wrong that we forget to be grateful for what is right. 

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Victoria Hoover

    Jack Lindsey

    Laraine Torres

    Sydney Jones

    Tuesday– April 13, 2021

    Seniors,

    If you have not told Mrs.  Harris of your plan after high school and/or where you have chosen to go to college, please email  her at chris.harris@keysschools.com

    I am getting ready to put the college flags on the bulletin board but I need to know where you are going!

     All  students, please see YMCA Camp Counselor opportunity  for this summer on the bulletin boards

    Each week PBIS will be recognizing one of our amazing teachers and celebrating them with a lunch gift certificate-

    Our first teacher is Ms. Robin Fry – she has been on staff at Coral Shores for 15 years teaching English and AP Language.  In her spare time she enjoys gardening.  A fun fact about her is she is a  college football junkie-GO BUCKEYES and her favorite candy is Chocolate Nests!

    Congratulations Ms. Robin Fry

    Attention Juniors and Seniors please be on the lookout for your Invitation to Prom during your 6th period class!

    Coral Shores hosted the Regional Boys Weightlifting Meet on Saturday.  The whole team did great! Lucas Dennis won Region Champion with a combined total of 455 lbs in the 154 weight class.  Roberto Fernandez and Ozzy Vega placed 4th in their weight classes and Cody Roberts placed 6th.  Congratulations to all the lifters!  Also, thank you to everyone who helped make the meet a success!

    The team as a whole placed 4th in the Region!

    Seniors, Some students have had problems applying for the Upper Keys Rotary.

    Please check again later today for a new link on the scholarship website. Deadline April 15th.

    Track and Field has a District Meet today today.

    If you are interested in signing up for HOPE for summer school. Please go to the front office and sign up on the signup sheet.

    If you have read more than 8 books this year, you’re eligible for the Superintendent’s Remarkable Readers Award.  You can find the application on your English teacher’s classroom page, or pick up a printed copy from the Media Center.   Applications should be turned in to your English teacher or the Media Center no later than Friday, April 16.  Students who receive the award will be invited to a special event, and have their name put in a drawing for a new Kindle E-reader.  See Mrs. Haddad for more details.

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

    A quote from Tim Tebow-

    What I can control:

    Something I learned early is to not worry about what I cannot control…

    However, what I can control is my attitude, my effort, and my focus every single day!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Salvatore Cvitikovic

    Monday– April 12, 2021 

    SAT Testing is tomorrow at 7:40 for Juniors who received notification and concordant seniors.

    Please arrive on time!

    Remaining juniors and identified Bright Futures seniors will test on the 27th.

    Contact Mrs. Munafo if you have questions.

    Here are your Student Council Officers for the 2021-2022 School Year….

    President: Lexi Kumar

    Vice president: Stella Court

    Secretary: Jake Craig

    Treasurer: Brian “Zippy” Lesko

    Attention Juniors and Seniors please be on the lookout for your Invitation to Prom during your 6th period class!

    Reminder for those students that drive to school:

    You cannot cross medium between the old road and US 1. You must use paved crossovers or roads.

    The sheriff’s office will be monitoring

    Drive Safe

    Coral Shores hosted the Regional Boys Weightlifting Meet on Saturday.  The whole team did great! Lucas Dennis won Region Champion with a combined total of 455 lbs in the 154 weight class.  Roberto Fernandez and Ozzy Vega placed 4th in their weight classes and Cody Roberts placed 6th.  Congratulations to all the lifters!  Also, thank you to everyone who helped make the meet a success!

     

    The team as a whole placed 4th in the Region!

    Seniors, Some students have had problems applying for the Upper Keys Rotary.

    Please check again later today for a new link on the scholarship website. Deadline April 15th.

    Varsity Softball has an away game against Westwood Christian today at 4pm.

    If you are interested in signing up for HOPE for summer school. Please go to the front office and sign up on the signup sheet.

    If you have read more than 8 books this year, you’re eligible for the Superintendent’s Remarkable Readers Award.  You can find the application on your English teacher’s classroom page, or pick up a printed copy from the Media Center.   Applications should be turned in to your English teacher or the Media Center no later than Friday, April 16.  Students who receive the award will be invited to a special event, and have their name put in a drawing for a new Kindle E-reader.  See Mrs. Haddad for more details.

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

     Imagination for a bright future:

    Just because the past did not turn out how you hoped,

     Does not mean the future cannot be better than you imagined

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

     

    Vanessa Pelaez

    Autum Conroy

    Landon Blackford

     

     

    Friday– April 9, 2021

    This is a final reminder that masks MUST be worn covering both mouth and nose at all times unless eating or drinking in the lunch areas or during an approved classroom break.

    If you fail to follow this simple preventative social distancing requirement, you will face disciplinary measures including restriction from activities and suspension or removal from campu  for the remainder of the year. Everyone has been doing a better job during lunch and in hallways, however we still have groups congregating in hallways and during lunch, you must remain seated during lunch with the exception of getting and disposing of food, no group congregation. 

    You must remain seated during lunch; those that continue to wander and congregate will be assigned a permanent lunch seat for the remainder of the year and face additional disciplinary actions.

     

    Please remember that earbuds or any ear device, are not permitted in classrooms and must be removed before you enter the classroom.

    We must remain focused on safety and prevention to keep the possible spread of COVID in our building.

     

    Here are your Student Council Officers for the 2021-2022 School Year….

    President: Lexi Kumar

    Vice president: Stella Court

    Secretary: Jake Craig

    Treasurer: Brian “Zippy” Lesko

    Reminder for those students that drive to school:

    You cannot cross medium between the old road and US 1. You must use paved crossovers or roads.

    The sheriff’s office will be monitoring

    Drive Safe

    Attention all students interested in community service hours 1st Baptist church in Key Largo needs volunteers  Saturday, April 10 from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm to prep boxes and do crafting for Operation Christmas Child. 

    Your teachers submitted names for “DOING THE RIGHT THING”

    This week PBIS will be awarding a $20 Dominos gift card to Valerie Randall

    Keep up the good work and you could be next week’s WINNER!

    Yesterday, the Canes Tennis team played its last match of the regular season in Key West.  Shout Outs go to the following singles players:

    Alex Sternberg – 8-2 win

    Evan Tiedemann – 8-1 win

    Makani Burga – 8-3 win

    Harmony Holmquist 8-4 win

    Olivia Hughes – 8-5 win

    The doubles teams of:

    Makani Burga and Evan Tiedemann – 6-0 win

    Alex Sternberg and Barrett Hefner – 6-3 win

    Olivia Hughes and Emma Kost – 6-1 win

    Hannah Prescher and Harmony Holmquist 6-4 win

    Good luck in your district match next week!

    Seniors, Some students have had problems applying for the Upper Keys Rotary.

    Please check again later today for a new link on the scholarship website. Deadline April 15th.

    JV Baseball has an away game Saturday against Keys Gate at 10am.

    Varsity has a home game today against South Dade at 7pm.

    There will be a National Art Honor Society meeting Monday, April 12th, after school in the art room.  If you are not on campus please join the google meet.

    If you are interested in being on the Prom Committee we will have our first meeting Tuesday, April 13th, after school in the art room.

    If you are interested in signing up for HOPE for summer school. Please go to the front office and sign up on the signup sheet.

    If you have read more than 8 books this year, you’re eligible for the Superintendent’s Remarkable Readers Award.  You can find the application on your English teacher’s classroom page, or pick up a printed copy from the Media Center.   Applications should be turned in to your English teacher or the Media Center no later than Friday, April 16.  Students who receive the award will be invited to a special event, and have their name put in a drawing for a new Kindle E-reader.  See Mrs. Haddad for more details.

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

    Be a good role model-

    To be a good role model takes courage. 

    You have to be brave enough to do what you know is right.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Dallas Hutchinson

    Bodie Robbins

    Adriano McCarthy

    Giovanni McCarthy

    Johnathan Hille

    Thursday– April 8, 2021

    This is a final reminder that masks MUST be worn covering both mouth and nose at all times unless eating or drinking in the lunch areas or during an approved classroom break.

    If you fail to follow this simple preventative social distancing requirement, you will face disciplinary measures including restriction from activities and suspension or removal from campus  for the remainder of the year. Everyone has been doing a better job during lunch and in hallways, however we still have groups congregating in hallways and during lunch, you must remain seated during lunch with the exception of getting and disposing of food, no group congregation. 

    You must remain seated during lunch; those that continue to wander and congregate will be assigned a permanent lunch seat for the remainder of the year and face additional disciplinary actions.

     

    Please remember that earbuds or any ear device, are not permitted in classrooms and must be removed before you enter the classroom.

    We must remain focused on safety and prevention to keep the possible spread of COVID in our building.

     

    Reminder for those students that drive to school:

    You cannot cross medium between the old road and US 1. You must use paved crossovers or roads.

    The sheriff’s office will be monitoring

    Drive Safe

    Attention all students interested in community service hours 1st Baptist church in Key Largo needs volunteers  Saturday, April 10 from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm to prep boxes and do crafting for Operation Christmas Child. 

    Seniors, Some students have had problems applying for the Upper Keys Rotary.

    Please check again later today for a new link on the scholarship website. Deadline April 15th.

    If you are interested in signing up for HOPE for summer school. Please go to the front office and sign up on the signup sheet.

    Varsity Tennis has an away match today against Key West at 2:30pm.

    Track & Field has a meet today against Miami SouthRidge at 3pm.

    Softball has an away game this afternoon against Fast Pitch Invitational.

    Your teachers submitted names for “DOING THE RIGHT THING”

    This week PBIS will be awarding a $25 Amazon gift card to Addison Arce

    Keep up the good work and you could be next week’s WINNER!

    If you are on the 21-22 Canettes Dance team, please stop by Mrs. Pais’s office to pick up your tape measure for our virtual fitting on 4/13. 

     

    If you have read more than 8 books this year, you’re eligible for the Superintendent’s Remarkable Readers Award.  You can find the application on your English teacher’s classroom page, or pick up a printed copy from the Media Center.   Applications should be turned in to your English teacher or the Media Center no later than Friday, April 16.  Students who receive the award will be invited to a special event, and have their name put in a drawing for a new Kindle E-reader.  See Mrs. Haddad for more details.

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

    Dealing with anger-

    We all get angry, but it’s important not to say mean things or act like we are going to hurt someone.

    It is best if you talk to someone and choose your words and actions wisely

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

     

    Ms. Autumn Hager

    John Maloney

    Jack Munafo

    Nathan Valverde

     

     
    Tuesday– April 7, 2021

    This is a final reminder that masks MUST be worn covering both mouth and nose at all times unless eating or drinking in the lunch areas or during an approved classroom break.

    If you fail to follow this simple preventative social distancing requirement, you will face disciplinary measures including restriction from activities and suspension or removal from campus  for the remainder of the year. Everyone has been doing a better job during lunch and in hallways, however we still have groups congregating in hallways and during lunch, you must remain seated during lunch with the exception of getting and disposing of food, no group congregation. 

    You must remain seated during lunch; those that continue to wander and congregate will be assigned a permanent lunch seat for the remainder of the year and face additional disciplinary actions.

     Please remember that earbuds or any ear device, are not permitted in classrooms and must be removed before you enter the classroom.

    We must remain focused on safety and prevention to keep the possible spread of COVID in our building.

    Attention all students interested in community service hours 1st Baptist church in Key Largo needs volunteers  Saturday, April 10 from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm to prep boxes and do crafting for Operation Christmas Child. 

    If you are interested in signing up for HOPE for summer school. Please go to the front office and sign up on the signup sheet.

    If you are on the 21-22 Canettes Dance team, please stop by Mrs. Pais’s office to pick up your tape measure for our virtual fitting on 4/13. 

    If you have read more than 8 books this year, you’re eligible for the Superintendent’s Remarkable Readers Award.  You can find the application on your English teacher’s classroom page, or pick up a printed copy from the Media Center.   Applications should be turned in to your English teacher or the Media Center no later than Friday, April 16.  Students who receive the award will be invited to a special event, and have their name put in a drawing for a new Kindle E-reader.  See Mrs. Haddad for more details.

    Seniors!  Please see Ms. Dobson in pod 2A to pick up your yard sign after school any day this week.

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

    Dealing with anger-

    We all get angry, but it’s important not to say mean things or act like we are going to hurt someone.

    It is best if you talk to someone and choose your words and actions wisely

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Ally Cooper

    Tuesday– April 6, 2021

    This is a final reminder that masks MUST be worn covering both mouth and nose at all times unless eating or drinking in the lunch areas or during an approved classroom break.

    If you fail to follow this simple preventative social distancing requirement, you will face disciplinary measures including restriction from activities and suspension or removal from campus  for the remainder of the year. Everyone has been doing a better job during lunch and in hallways, however we still have groups congregating in hallways and during lunch, you must remain seated during lunch with the exception of getting and disposing of food, no group congregation. 

    You must remain seated during lunch; those that continue to wander and congregate will be assigned a permanent lunch seat for the remainder of the year and face additional disciplinary actions.

    Please remember that earbuds or any ear device, are not permitted in classrooms and must be removed before you enter the classroom.

    We must remain focused on safety and prevention to keep the possible spread of COVID in our building.

    The Coral Shores tennis team competed against Marathon High School yesterday.  The Canes did an amazing job ! 

    In singles, Shout Outs go to:

    Alex Sternberg 6-1 win

    Evan Tiedmann 6-2 win

    Barrett Hefner  6-2 win

    Jackson Gable 6-0 win

    Enzo Blanco 6-2 win

    Olivia Hughes 6-0 win

    Karina Ruiz 6-2 win

    Mikaela Sinnamon 6-2 win

    Laney Robbins 6-1 win

    In doubles, Shout Outs go to the doubles teams of:

    Alex Sternberg & Evan Tiedemann 6-1 win

    Barrett Hefner and Jackson Gable 6-0 win

    Harmony Holmquist and Hannah Prescher 6-3 win

    Macy Cakans and Kendall Bulkiewicz 6-1 win

    Congratulations Canes Tennis!

    If you have read more than 8 books this year, you’re eligible for the Superintendent’s Remarkable Readers Award.  You can find the application on your English teacher’s classroom page, or pick up a printed copy from the Media Center.   Applications should be turned in to your English teacher or the Media Center no later than Friday, April 16.  Students who receive the award will be invited to a special event, and have their name put in a drawing for a new Kindle E-reader.  See Mrs. Haddad for more details.

    OPEN GYM will start for anyone interested in playing Volleyball April 13th 3-5.

    We will be in the gym Tuesdays and Thursdays 3-5 until the end of the school year.

    All players need to be cleared by trainer with proper paperwork. Any questions- please ask Coach Ets-Hokin,
    Coach Abbott, Coach Hager, or Coach KirklandJ

    Seniors!  Please see Ms. Dobson in pod 2A to pick up your yard sign after school any day this week.

    Congratulations to the Boys Weightlifting team at Districts this past Friday.  Lucas Dennis and Ozzy Vega both placed 1st in their weight classes to earn the title of District Champion.  Roberto Fernandez placed second in his weight class.  Cody Roberts, Orlando Pera, Zander Wolfgramm, Jack Lindsey, and Pzain Martinez placed 3rd in their weight classes.  Joey Forcine, Yoendry Ferro, AJ Johnson and Joey Caputo placed 4th in their weight classes. Regionals are this Saturday, HERE! We would love to have everyone come out to support the team. Also, if you are able to volunteer and have not signed up already, please see Ms. Hamilton.

    Seniors! The Upper Keys Rotary scholarship application is now open! Go to keysrotary.org

    Deadline is April 15th

    In celebration of National Poetry Month in April, The Studios of Key West is hosting the Annual Robert Frost Teen Poetry Contest.  The contest is open to all Monroe County students. Please see Mrs. Haddad in the Media Center for more details and for information on the contest, and on how to submit your entry. 

    The 9th and 10th grade FSA Writing test is scheduled for April 7th and 8th. Students whose last names begin with M-Z will test on April 7th, and A-L will test on April 8th. Please make sure you are here on time on your testing day.

    Varsity Baseball has a home game today against Pinecrest Prep at 4pm.

    Softball has an away game today against Miami Christian at 4pm.

     Project Wisdom Words of the Day

    Self-responsibility

    Responsible people are people who are able to respond to situations in a way that gets the best results for themselves and others.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Julian Killian

    David McKay

     

    Monday– April 5, 2021

     

    If you have read more than 8 books this year, you’re eligible for the Superintendent’s Remarkable Readers Award.  You can find the application on your English teacher’s classroom page, or pick up a printed copy from the Media Center.   Applications should be turned in to your English teacher or the Media Center no later than Friday, April 16.  Students who receive the award will be invited to a special event, and have their name put in a drawing for a new Kindle E-reader.  See Mrs. Haddad for more details.

    OPEN GYM will start for anyone interested in playing Volleyball April 13th 3-5.

    We will be in the gym Tuesdays and Thursdays 3-5 until the end of the school year.

    All players need to be cleared by trainer with proper paperwork. Any questions- please ask Coach Ets-Hokin,
    Coach Abbott, Coach Hager, or Coach KirklandJ

    Seniors!  Please see Ms. Dobson in pod 2A to pick up your yard sign after school any day this week.

    Congratulations to the Boys Weightlifting team at Districts this past Friday.  Lucas Dennis and Ozzy Vega both placed 1st in their weight classes to earn the title of District Champion.  Roberto Fernandez placed second in his weight class.  Cody Roberts, Orlando Pera, Zander Wolfgramm, Jack Lindsey, and Pzain Martinez placed 3rd in their weight classes.  Joey Forcine, Yoendry Ferro, AJ Johnson and Joey Caputo placed 4th in their weight classes. Regionals are this Saturday, HERE! We would love to have everyone come out to support the team. Also, if you are able to volunteer and have not signed up already, please see Ms. Hamilton.

    Seniors! The Upper Keys Rotary scholarship application is now open! Go to keysrotary.org

    Deadline is April 15th

    In celebration of National Poetry Month in April, The Studios of Key West is hosting the Annual Robert Frost Teen Poetry Contest.  The contest is open to all Monroe County students. Please see Mrs. Haddad in the Media Center for more details and for information on the contest, and on how to submit your entry. 

    The 9th and 10th grade FSA Writing test is scheduled for April 7th and 8th. Students whose last names begin with M-Z will test on April 7th, and A-L will test on April 8th. Please make sure you are here on time on your testing day.

    There is plenty of parking on campus. Do not park across the street. There is no parking allowed across the street.

    Varsity Tennis has an away match today against Marathon at 2pm.

    CSHS Cheerleading Clinics and Tryouts for next season 2021-2022

    April 2,2021 Info Meeting via Google Classroom 5:00pm Class Code: gwv7fgz

    April 6,7 & 8 Clinics 4:00pm to 5:30pm at the GYM

    April 9 Final Tryout 4:00pm to 5:30pm at the GYM

     

     Project Wisdom Words of the Day

     

     For Better or Worse we are influenced by those around us!

    Put people in your life that make you a better person!

     

     

     

    ty Tennis has an away match today against Marathon at 2pm.

    CSHS Cheerleading Clinics and Tryouts for next season 2021-2022

    April 2,2021 Info Meeting via Google Classroom 5:00pm Class Code: gwv7fgz

    April 6,7 & 8 Clinics 4:00pm to 5:30pm at the GYM

    April 9 Final Tryout 4:00pm to 5:30pm at the GYM

     

     Project Wisdom Words of the Day

     

     For Better or Worse we are influenced by those around us!

    Put people in your life that make you a better person!

     

     

     

    Thursday– April 1, 2021

    Reminder to all students and staff.

    We all must remain vigilant and follow all social distancing guidelines no exceptions.

    That includes masks covering your nose and mouth at all times unless eating and drinking including on the bus.

    At lunch, you must remain seated with the exception of getting your food or disposing of waste. That means no wandering around and congregating at tables or other areas.

    You may not sit where there is any yellow X, the same as we have done all year.

    You must keep 6ft distancing when in the lunch lines.

    No congregating in groups whatsoever.

    In the hallways, you must do your best to stay as far away from one another as possible.

    If you fail to follow any of these guidelines, you may be sent home and may face additional disciplinary action including removal from campus for the remainder of the year.

    We have less than 9 weeks left and we will not allow anyone that does not follow guidelines to remain on campus. We run the risk of losing prom, and all our senior events or other activities. So please be smart and safe.

    Lets finish the year the right way!

    Seniors! The Upper Keys Rotary scholarship application is now open! Go to keysrotary.org

    Deadline is April 15th

    In celebration of National Poetry Month in April, The Studios of Key West is hosting the Annual Robert Frost Teen Poetry Contest.  The contest is open to all Monroe County students. Please see Mrs. Haddad in the Media Center for more details and for information on the contest, and on how to submit your entry. 

    The 9th and 10th grade FSA Writing test is scheduled for April 7th and 8th. Students whose last names begin with M-Z will test on April 7th, and A-L will test on April 8th. Please make sure you are here on time on your testing day.

    The Coral Shores tennis team competed against Marathon High School yesterday.  The Canes did an amazing job bringing home many wins! 

    In singles, Shout Outs go to:

    Alex Sternberg with a 6-4 win

    Jackson Gable with a 6-4 win

    Barrett Heffner won in a 10-6 tie breaker

    Olivia Hughes with a 6-1 win

    Macy Cakans with a 6-1 win

    Bella DiGiorgio with a 6-5 win

    In doubles Shout Outs go to:

    The team Alex Sternberg and Jackson Gable won 6-0

    The team of Emma Kost and Olivia Hughes won 6-1

    Congratulations !

    Key club will be having a meeting tomorrow Thursday immediately after school. If you are home please be sure to log in to the virtual meet! If at school please go to Ms. Betancourt’s classroom, room 2-206.

    Special congratulations to Jonathon Bradman and Lucia Rodriguez.  This weekend Jonathon was named “Monroe County—Boys Basketball-Player of the Year.”   Last weekend Lucia was named “Monroe County –Girls Basketball-Player of the Year” for a record third consecutive year.

    Also a shout out to Riley Dobson, Bekky Valenzuela and Kailee Reinoso who were selected All-County in Girls Basketball and to Mario Menendez, Gabe Delgado and Isaac Holmes for making All County in Boys Basketball.

     Project Wisdom Words of the Day

     SPEAKING WORDS OF WISDOM-LET IT BE!

    SOMETIMES LETTING THINGS GO OR LETTING THINGS BE IS THE ANSWER!

     DON’T SPEND SO MUCH TIME OR ENERGY DWELLING ON THINGS THAT DON’T REALLY MATTER!

    JUST LIKE THE SONG BY THE BEETLES!  LET IT BE!!!!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Felicity Rodriguez     

    Kelly Ramos

    Riley Acosta

    Wednesday– March 31, 2021

     

    Reminder to all students and staff.

    We all must remain vigilant and follow all social distancing guidelines no exceptions.

    That includes masks covering your nose and mouth at all times unless eating and drinking including on the bus.

    At lunch, you must remain seated with the exception of getting your food or disposing of waste. That means no wandering around and congregating at tables or other areas.

    You may not sit where there is any yellow X, the same as we have done all year.

    You must keep 6ft distancing when in the lunch lines.

    No congregating in groups whatsoever.

    In the hallways, you must do your best to stay as far away from one another as possible.

    If you fail to follow any of these guidelines, you may be sent home and may face additional disciplinary action including removal from campus for the remainder of the year.

    We have less than 9 weeks left and we will not allow anyone that does not follow guidelines to remain on campus. We run the risk of losing prom, and all our senior events or other activities. So please be smart and safe.

    Lets finish the year the right way!

     

    Chi Sigma Sorority, the sponsors of the Miss Coral Shores Scholarship Contest would like to announce the finalists for this year's contest...

     

    Congratulations to all the participants

     

    Alexis Kumar                                                    Jazmin Pineda

    Brooke Barrow                                                 Johanna Kuhn

    Coral De Pauw                                                 Lindsay Stagnitto

    Felicity Rodriguez                                           Madeline Langley

    Grace Matthews                                             Makena Woolet-Stockton                           

    Haley De La Torre                                          Stella Marie Court

    Remember your 6 feet social distancing rules. You must have your mask on at all times unless you seated at lunch.

    Yesterday, Coral Shores Varsity Tennis team hosted Key West   In the singles matches shout outs go to:

    Evan Tiedmann with a 8-2 win

    Alex Sternberg with a 8-1 win

    Makani Burga with a 8-3 win

    Emma Kost with a 8-5 win

    Barrett Hefner with a 8-2 win

    Jacksons Gable with a 8-3 win

    And Olivia Hughes with a 8-5 win. 

    Evan Tiedmann and Makani Burga also won in doubles 8-3!

    Congratulations Canes Varsity Tennis!  Good luck on your match today again Marathon High School!

    Key club will be having a meeting tomorrow Thursday immediately after school. If you are home please be sure to log in to the virtual meet! If at school please go to Ms. Betancourt’s classroom, room 2-206.

    Varsity Baseball has an away game today against Riviera at 4pm.

    Varsity Tennis has a match today against Marathon at 2pm.

    Softball team has an away game today against Lourdes Academy at 5pm.

    Special congratulations to Jonathon Bradman and Lucia Rodriguez.  This weekend Jonathon was named “Monroe County—Boys Basketball-Player of the Year.”   Last weekend Lucia was named “Monroe County –Girls Basketball-Player of the Year” for a record third consecutive year.

     

    Also a shout out to Riley Dobson, Bekky Valenzuela and Kailee Reinoso who were selected All-County in Girls Basketball and to Mario Menendez, Gabe Delgado and Isaac Holmes for making All County in Boys Basketball.

    If you have not taken the bus this year, please stop by the front office during your lunch to request a bus pass. If you have taken the bus this year, you will not need a new bus pass.

    Juniors and Seniors if you are interested in going off campus for lunch,

    please pick up an application in the front office.

    Office campus lunch will begin after Spring Break with notarized agreements on file.

     Project Wisdom Words of the Day

     

     A HELPING HAND

    When you extend a hand to help someone up you are not only lifting them, you are lifting yourself to new levels of kindness! 

    Always lend a hand!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

     

    Logan Adan

     

    Tuesday– March 30, 2021 

    Chi Sigma Sorority, the sponsors of the Miss Coral Shores Scholarship Contest would like to announce the finalists for this year's contest...

     

    Congratulations to all the participants!

     

    Alexis Kumar                                                    Jazmin Pineda

    Brooke Barrow                                                 Johanna Kuhn

    Coral De Pauw                                                 Lindsay Stagnitto

    Felicity Rodriguez                                           Madeline Langley

    Grace Matthews                                             Makena Woolet-Stockton                           

    Haley De La Torre                                          Stella Marie Court

     
     

    Special congratulations to Jonathon Bradman and Lucia Rodriguez.  This weekend Jonathon was named “Monroe County—Boys Basketball-Player of the Year.”   Last weekend Lucia was named “Monroe County –Girls Basketball-Player of the Year” for a record third consecutive year.

      

     

     

    Remember your 6 feet social distancing rules. You must have your mask on at all times unless you seated at lunch.

    Girls Lacrosse has a home game today against Ransom Everglades at 6pm.

    Varsity Tennis has a match today against Marathon at 2pm.

     

    If you have not taken the bus this year, please stop by the front office during your lunch to request a bus pass. If you have taken the bus this year, you will not need a new bus pass.

    Juniors and Seniors if you are interested in going off campus for lunch,

    please pick up an application in the front office.

    Office campus lunch will begin after Spring Break with notarized agreements on file.

     Project Wisdom Words of the Day

     Knowing what you know now—would you do the same things over in high school?? Keep this in mind every day!  The decisions you make today will affect tomorrow. When you ask yourself would I do the same again – I hope your answer is YES!!!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

     Heidy Esparza

    Odin Medina                     

     

     

    If you have not taken the bus this year, please stop by the front office during your lunch to request a bus pass. If you have taken the bus this year, you will not need a new bus pass.

    Juniors and Seniors if you are interested in going off campus for lunch,

    please pick up an application in the front office.

    Office campus lunch will begin after Spring Break with notarized agreements on file.

     Project Wisdom Words of the Day

     Knowing what you know now—would you do the same things over in high school?? Keep this in mind every day!  The decisions you make today will affect tomorrow. When you ask yourself would I do the same again – I hope your answer is YES!!!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

     

    Heidy Esparza

    Odin Medina                     

     

     

    Monday– March 29, 2021

    Congratulations to Ava Swanson as the Overall Winner of the Superintendent’s Writing Challenge for February!

    Ava receives a $50 gift card!

    Boys Lacrosse has a meet today against St. Brendan at 5pm

    Varsity Baseball has a game today against Marathon at 7pm

    Special congratulations to Jonathon Bradman and Lucia Rodriguez.  This weekend Jonathon was named “Monroe County—Boys Basketball-Player of the Year.”   Last weekend Lucia was named “Monroe County –Girls Basketball-Player of the Year” for a record third consecutive year.

    If you have not taken the bus this year, please stop by the front office during your lunch to request a bus pass. If you have taken the bus this year, you will not need a new bus pass.

    Juniors and Seniors if you are interested in going off campus for lunch,

    please pick up an application in the front office.

    Office campus lunch will begin after Spring Break with notarized agreements on file.

    Your teachers submitted names for “DOING THE RIGHT THING”

    This week PBIS will be awarding a $20  Domino’s pizza gift card to Natalie Turner

    Keep up the good work and you could be next week’s WINNER!

     Project Wisdom Words of the Day

    Do you Know what I “Be”lieve Stands for??

    BE SAFE

    BE RESPONSIBLE

    BE RESPECTFUL

    BE THERE

    BE EMPOWERED

    If you believe in these 5 things you are a BELIEVER in your school

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Osvaldo Vega                                       Kolton Ritz

    Elizabeth Carroll                                  Jonathan Sanguily

    Melanie Moc

    Friday– March 19, 2021 

    Congratulations to Ava Swanson as the Overall Winner of the Superintendent’s Writing Challenge for February!

    Ava receives a $50 gift card!

    The Coral Shores varsity tennis team competed again Key West High  yesterday bringing home many wins!  Shout outs go to:

    In singles:

    Alex Sternberg 8-2

    Makani Burga won 8-4

    Evan Tiedmann 8-2

    Barrett Hefner 8-5

    Macy Cakans – 8-4

     

    In doubles:

    The team  of Makani Burga and Evan Tiedmann won 8-1

    The team of Alex Sternberg and Barrett Hefner won 8-2

    The team of Olivia Hughes and Emma Kost won 8-4

     

    Please remember today is a ½ day!

    Please remember Spring Break starts next week!

    If you have not taken the bus this year, please stop by the front office during your lunch to request a bus pass. If you have taken the bus this year, you will not need a new bus pass.

    Juniors and Seniors if you are interested in going off campus for lunch,

    please pick up an application in the front office.

    Office campus lunch will begin after Spring Break with notarized agreements on file.

    Your teachers submitted names for “DOING THE RIGHT THING”

    This week PBIS will be awarding a $20  Domino’s pizza gift card to Natalie Turner

    Keep up the good work and you could be next week’s WINNER!

     

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

     

    Jessica Vandergriff           Madison Murphy               Matthew St.Aubin

    Andres Cornejo                 Payton Roth                      Madison Viera

    Amy Leal                          Giovanni Torres                Emelin Carballo

    Ashley Ybarra                   Liyiccia Torres                  Mrs.  Catie Frier

    Pedro Betancourt              Eleanor Snodgrass

    Katie Holly                       Sheridan Sengiali

    Desiree Brito                    Sirjey Brand

     

    Thursday– March 18, 2021

    Track and Field results:

    Coral Shores vs Monsignor Pace

    Coral Shores boys won 75 to 46

    Coral Shores girls won 68 to 26

    Dhyan Herzberg – 1st place in the high jump and the triple jump.

    Cody Lalani – 1st place in the 2 mile.

    Lucia Rodriguez – 1st in the 200 meters and 2nd in the 100 meters.

    Maya Gadea – 1st in the 400 meters and 2nd in the 200 meters.

    Lilly Trumbul 1st in the 800 meters.

    Ellie Snodgrass 1st in the 1 mile and 2nd in the 800 meters.

    Willem Godtel – 1st in the long jump.

    Derek Smith – 1st in the 400 meters.

    Luca Fucaraccio – 1st in the shot put.

    Aaron Anstett – 1st in the discus and 2nd in the shot put.

    Riley Dobson – 1st in the shot put and 1st in the discus.

    Alexis Terry – 1st in the 100 meters.

    Alison Woltanski – 1st in the 100 hurdles

    Please remember Spring Break starts next week!

    Track & Field has a Home meet today against Marathon at 3pm

    Softball has a Home game today against Somerset Silver Palms at 5pm

    Tennis has a Home match against Key West at 2pm

    Juniors and Seniors if you are interested in going off campus for lunch,

    please pick up an application in the front office.

    Office campus lunch will begin after Spring Break with notarized agreements on file.

    The 9th and 10th grade FSA Writing test is scheduled for April 7th and 8th. Students whose last names begin with M-Z will test on April 7th, and A-L will test on April 8th. Please make sure you are here on time on your testing day.

    A Day students who are taking the ASVAB this Friday need to show up directly to the PAC at 7:45am. Please bring a pencil.

    B day students will get passes in 1st period.

    Your teachers submitted names for “DOING THE RIGHT THING”

    This week PBIS will be awarding a $20  Domino’s pizza gift card to Jacob Craig

    Keep up the good work and you could be next week’s WINNER!

    If you are a senior who has ever been in foster care or have had a Guardian Ad-Litem, Please see Mrs. Harris this week for a scholarship opportunity!

    “Yearbooks are on sale now! Don’t miss out on having a piece of history from this very unique year! You can purchase your yearbook at keysschools.revtrak.net, or visit the Coral Shores Yearbook Instagram page at cshs.yearbook. See Mrs. Webb if you have any questions.”

     Project Wisdom Words of the Day

     Destiny is not a matter of chance; it is a matter of choice!

    Make your destiny a good one!! 

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    MRS TRISH BIONDELETTI

    Alvin Brown

    Melaina Cavalliere

    Sheily Gongora

    Natalya Gneiser

    Tuesday– March 16, 2021

    Attention Junior this is the FINAL week to turn in your order form and money for class shirts and hoodies!  Order forms were emailed to your student email, if you do not have access to a printer see Miss Abbott in the art room for one ASAP!

    A reminder to any junior girl that received an invitation for Miss Coral Shores, be sure and turn your completed application in to Ms. Haddad in the media center.  

    If you are a senior who has ever been in foster care or have had a Guardian Ad-Litem, Please see Mrs. Harris this week for a scholarship opportunity!

    The ASVAB was rescheduled for March 19, this Friday (early release day) .

    If any other students want to get on the list I have 3 spots open. Available to 10-12th graders.

    If you are interested in joining Canettes for the 21-22 year, don’t forget to join the zoom meeting Wednesday 3/17 at 5:00.  See Mrs. Pais  in the office if you don’t have the Zoom code. 

    “Yearbooks are on sale now! Don’t miss out on having a piece of history from this very unique year! You can purchase your yearbook at keysschools.revtrak.net, or visit the Coral Shores Yearbook Instagram page at cshs.yearbook. See Mrs. Webb if you have any questions.”

    There are two employment opportunities for after Graduation for our seniors:

    Wastewater Field System Tech position OR at  work for AT&T!

    See Mrs. Harris or the main bulletin board for more information! Good opportunities if you want to go straight to work after graduating!

     Project Wisdom Words of the Day

    Jealousy

    We can all feel jealous at some point in our lives.  The good news is that we can learn to overcome it.  It is worth the effort because the price of hanging on to jealousy may be losing friendships, losing self-respect, or even getting into trouble.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Evelyn Betancourt

    Nicholas Woods

    Andrea Lopez-McNenney

    Quinn Donnelly

    Monday– March 15, 2021

    Attention Junior this is the FINAL week to turn in your order form and money for class shirts and hoodies!  Order forms were emailed to your student email, if you do not have access to a printer see Miss Abbott in the art room for one ASAP!

    The ASVAB was rescheduled for March 19, this Friday (early release day) .

    If any other students want to get on the list I have 3 spots open. Available to 10-12th graders.

    A reminder to any junior girl that received an invitation for Miss Coral Shores, be sure and turn your completed application in to Ms. Haddad in the media center.  

    “Yearbooks are on sale now! Don’t miss out on having a piece of history from this very unique year! You can purchase your yearbook at keysschools.revtrak.net, or visit the Coral Shores Yearbook Instagram page at cshs.yearbook. See Mrs. Webb if you have any questions.”

    There are two employment opportunities for after Graduation for our seniors:

    Wastewater Field System Tech position OR at  work for AT&T!

    See Mrs. Harris or the main bulletin board for more information! Good opportunities if you want to go straight to work after graduating!

    Just a reminder that the new community service log must be used for any hours going forward from March 1. The old log may not be used anymore.

     Project Wisdom Words of the Day

    Making Choices-

    Life can be uncertain, but there is one thing you can count on:  ALL the choices you make come with consequences, both good and bad;

    Life throws choices at our way every day!  Try to make the choices that are best for you!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Sean Wisely

    Friday– March 12, 2021

    Attention Students taking the SAT on Saturday, March 13.  Please line up outside the Wrenn Street door of the Media Center by 7:30am for check-in.  Due to the corona virus conditions students will be asked to wear a mask for the duration of the test and practice social distancing before, during and after testing.  You will need your registration ticket, picture ID, calculator, and pencils.  Due to the virus, calculators and pencils are not provided. Snacks and water are optional.  If you have any questions please see Ms. Robin Fry in 4204.

    Any junior girls that received an invitation for Miss Coral Shores may pick up an application from Ms Haddad in the media center.  Completed applications are due back to her by Monday, March 15th. 

    “Yearbooks are on sale now! Don’t miss out on having a piece of history from this very unique year! You can purchase your yearbook at keysschools.revtrak.net, or visit the Coral Shores Yearbook Instagram page at cshs.yearbook. See Mrs. Webb if you have any questions.”

    There are two employment opportunities for after Graduation for our seniors:

    Wastewater Field System Tech position OR at  work for AT&T!

    See Mrs. Harris or the main bulletin board for more information! Good opportunities if you want to go straight to work after graduating!

    Your teachers submitted names for “DOING THE RIGHT THING”

    This week PBIS will be awarding a $20  Domino’s pizza gift card to Izabelle Huffman

    Keep up the good work and you could be next week’s WINNER!

    Just a reminder that the new community service log must be used for any hours going forward from March 1. The old log may not be used anymore.

     Project Wisdom Words of the Day

    DO YOUR VERY BEST EVERYDAY!

    Starting your day off and choosing to do your very best will fill your life with encouragement.  You will feel greatly accomplished at the end of every day.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Sharon Sherman

    Noemi Quezada

    Oceana Gross


    Thursday– March 11, 2021

    Track and Field results from yesterday meet vs Barbara Goleman

    Alison Woltanski won the 100 meter hurdles and she also won the 300 meter hurdles, her best this season.

    Orlando Pera won the 110 meter.

    Alexis Terry Placed 2nd in the 100 meter.

    Javier Hernandez Placed 2nd in the 100 meter.

    Simon Gutierrez Placed won the 1600 meter run.

    Lucia, Terran, Alexis & Maya won 1st place in the 4x100 relay.

    Dyhan Herzberg placed 1st in the Long Jump.

    Luca Fucaraccio placed 1st in the shot put.

    Riley Dobson placed 1st in the shot put.

    Maya Gadea placed 1st in the 400 meters.

    Derek Smith placed 1st in the 400 meters.

    Lilly Trumbul placed 1st in the 800 meters.

    Attention Students taking the SAT on Saturday, March 13.  Please line up outside the Wrenn Street door of the Media Center by 7:30am for check-in.  Due to the corona virus conditions students will be asked to wear a mask for the duration of the test and practice social distancing before, during and after testing.  You will need your registration ticket, picture ID, calculator, and pencils.  Due to the virus, calculators and pencils are not provided. Snacks and water are optional.  If you have any questions please see Ms. Robin Fry in 4204.

    If you received an invitation to join the zoom call for Miss Coral Shores, remember it is set for 5:00 this evening.  The information is on your ticket.

    “Yearbooks are on sale now! Don’t miss out on having a piece of history from this very unique year! You can purchase your yearbook at keysschools.revtrak.net, or visit the Coral Shores Yearbook Instagram page at cshs.yearbook. See Mrs. Webb if you have any questions.”

    Key club will be having a meeting tomorrow Thursday immediately after school. If you are home please be sure to log in to the virtual meet! If at school please go to Ms. Betancourt’s classroom, room 2-206.

    Your teachers submitted names for “DOING THE RIGHT THING”

    This week PBIS will be awarding a $20  Domino’s pizza gift card to Brady Prather

    Keep up the good work and you could be next week’s WINNER!

    Just a reminder that the new community service log must be used for any hours going forward from March 1. The old log may not be used anymore.

     Project Wisdom Words of the Day

     Friends encourage one another. 

    Be your own best friend and encourage yourself.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Titus Rennie

    Wednesday– March 10, 2021

    Track and Field results from yesterday meet vs Barbara Goleman

    Alison Woltanski won the 100 meter hurdles and she also won the 300 meter hurdles, her best this season.

    Orlando Pera won the 110 meter.

    Alexis Terry Placed 2nd in the 100 meter.

    Javier Hernandez Placed 2nd in the 100 meter.

    Simon Gutierrez Placed won the 1600 meter run.

    Lucia, Terran, Alexis & Maya won 1st place in the 4x100 relay.

    Dyhan Herzberg placed 1st in the Long Jump.

    Luca Fucaraccio placed 1st in the shot put.

    Riley Dobson placed 1st in the shot put.

    Maya Gadea placed 1st in the 400 meters.

    Derek Smith placed 1st in the 400 meters.

    Lilly Trumbul placed 1st in the 800 meters.

    Attention Students taking the SAT on Saturday, March 13.  Please line up outside the Wrenn Street door of the Media Center by 7:30am for check-in.  Due to the corona virus conditions students will be asked to wear a mask for the duration of the test and practice social distancing before, during and after testing.  You will need your registration ticket, picture ID, calculator, and pencils.  Due to the virus, calculators and pencils are not provided. Snacks and water are optional.  If you have any questions please see Ms. Robin Fry in 4204.

    “Yearbooks are on sale now! Don’t miss out on having a piece of history from this very unique year! You can purchase your yearbook at keysschools.revtrak.net, or visit the Coral Shores Yearbook Instagram page at cshs.yearbook. See Mrs. Webb if you have any questions.”

    Key club will be having a meeting tomorrow Thursday immediately after school. If you are home please be sure to log in to the virtual meet! If at school please go to Ms. Betancourt’s classroom, room 2-206.

    If you are a junior girl with an unweighted GPA of 3.0 or better your 6th period teacher has your invitation to participate in the Miss Coral Shores Scholarship Competition.  Your invitation will have the Zoom instructions on it. 

    If you are a senior and do not know what you want to do after Graduation, please see Mrs. Harris to discuss options. Also if you are a junior or senior needing to take the SAT or ACT, come see Mrs. Harris if you need a waiver to pay for the test.

    If you will be a sophomore or junior next year, and you would like to be an intern at a Real Estate office learning various programs and other business skills, please see Mrs. Harris or check the bulletin board for the contact information. You would need to choose “Business Coop” as one or two of your electives, so you need to move on this fast if interested! This means you would leave school early in the day and go to work there.

    Attention Juniors it is your last chance to order your class t-shirt or hoodie.  Order forms must be returned to Miss Abbott in the art room before next Friday!  You can find the order forms in your student email of your Junior Google Classroom.  If you do not have a printer see Miss Abbott in the Art Room for an order form ASAP!

    If you are interested in trying out for the 21-22 Canette dance team or Cheerleading team, please see Mrs. Pais for Canettes or Coach Andy for Cheer.  You can also obtain the important information from the flyers around school. 

    Seniors: There will be a Virtual Informational session with the Florida College of the Keys on March 10 at 5:30. See the flyer on the bulletin board for directions how to log on.

     Project Wisdom Words of the Day

     Friends encourage one another. 

    Be your own best friend and encourage yourself.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Erick Gutierrez

    Tuesday– March 09, 2021

    If you are a junior girl with an unweighted GPA of 3.0 or better your 6th period teacher has your invitation to participate in the Miss Coral Shores Scholarship Competition.  Your invitation will have the Zoom instructions on it. 

    If you are a senior and do not know what you want to do after Graduation, please see Mrs. Harris to discuss options. Also if you are a junior or senior needing to take the SAT or ACT, come see Mrs. Harris if you need a waiver to pay for the test.

    If you will be a sophomore or junior next year, and you would like to be an intern at a Real Estate office learning various programs and other business skills, please see Mrs. Harris or check the bulletin board for the contact information. You would need to choose “Business Coop” as one or two of your electives, so you need to move on this fast if interested! This means you would leave school early in the day and go to work there.

    Attention Juniors it is your last chance to order your class t-shirt or hoodie.  Order forms must be returned to Miss Abbott in the art room before next Friday!  You can find the order forms in your student email of your Junior Google Classroom.  If you do not have a printer see Miss Abbott in the Art Room for an order form ASAP!

    If you are interested in trying out for the 21-22 Canette dance team or Cheerleading team, please see Mrs. Pais for Canettes or Coach Andy for Cheer.  You can also obtain the important information from the flyers around school. 

    Seniors: There will be a Virtual Informational session with the Florida College of the Keys on March 10 at 5:30. See the flyer on the bulletin board for directions how to log on.

    Attention students:  Starting Monday, March 8th, tardy students will not be allowed to bring in any outside food or drink.  These items will be held for after school pickup. 

     

     Project Wisdom Words of the Day

     Go with the Good and you will be one of them!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Diana Diaz

    Monday– March 08, 2021

    Congratulations, Vincent Biondoletti he has advanced to the state championships in wrestling.

    Track & Field will be hosting their first home track meet tomorrow vs Barbara Goleman looking for volunteers to help. Please see coach James , coach Suarez or coach Hurst to sign up.

    If you are interested in trying out for the 21-22 Canette dance team or Cheerleading team, please see Mrs. Pais for Canettes or Coach Andy for Cheer.  You can also obtain the important information from the flyers around school. 

    Seniors: There will be a Virtual Informational session with the Florida College of the Keys on March 10 at 5:30. See the flyer on the bulletin board for directions how to log on.

    Reminder for all 9th, 10th and 11th graders:  You must join the scheduling google classroom to complete your course requests and registration for next year.  The join code is on the front of your course request sheets.  Course requests must be completed by March 10th

    Attention students:  Starting Monday, March 8th, tardy students will not be allowed to bring in any outside food or drink.  These items will be held for after school pickup. 

     

     Project Wisdom Words of the Day

     Great Minds

    Words of Eleanor Roosevelt:  Great minds discuss ideas; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Madeline Langley

    Juliet Marin

    Friday– March 05, 2021

    Congratulations, Vincent Biondoletti he has advanced to the state championships in wrestling.

    Attention Coral Shores: Please come out tonight and support our Softball team for the Trinity Conference.  

    game starts at 5:00 p.m

    Your teachers submitted names for “DOING THE RIGHT THING”

    This week PBIS will be awarding a $25 Amazon gift card to Drew Kumar

    Keep up the good work and you could be next week’s WINNER!

    Seniors: There will be a Virtual Informational session with the Florida College of the Keys on March 10 at 5:30. See the flyer on the bulletin board for directions how to log on.

    Boy’s State is a leadership camp at Florida State University each summer for one week. Students learn about the government process, live in dorms and meet other students from around Florida. If you are an 11th grade boy, you are eligible to attend this FREE Leadership camp this summer, see or email Mrs. Harris.

    This is Sandy Hook Promise Week and we would like to see all students and staff wearing white on Tomorrow March 2nd, and Thurs March 3rd.

     White Out Violence!

    Reminder for all 9th, 10th and 11th graders:  You must join the scheduling google classroom to complete your course requests and registration for next year.  The join code is on the front of your course request sheets.  Course requests must be completed by March 10th

    Attention students:  Starting Monday, March 8th, tardy students will not be allowed to bring in any outside food or drink.  These items will be held for after school pickup. 

    There will be a National Art Honor Society Meeting Monday March 8th directly after school!  Make sure to join the google meet or stop by the art room.

     Project Wisdom Words of the Day

     What makes the world a better place?

    Being a good friend and neighbor makes the world a better place.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Ethan Buchanan

    Thursday– March 04, 2021

    Congratulations, Vincent Biondoletti he has advanced to the state championships in wrestling.

    Your teachers submitted names for “DOING THE RIGHT THING”

    This week PBIS will be awarding a $25 Amazon gift card to Drew Kumar

    Keep up the good work and you could be next week’s WINNER!

    Seniors: There will be a Virtual Informational session with the Florida College of the Keys on March 10 at 5:30. See the flyer on the bulletin board for directions how to log on.

    Boy’s State is a leadership camp at Florida State University each summer for one week. Students learn about the government process, live in dorms and meet other students from around Florida. If you are an 11th grade boy, you are eligible to attend this FREE Leadership camp this summer, see or email Mrs. Harris.

    This is Sandy Hook Promise Week and we would like to see all students and staff wearing white on Tomorrow March 2nd, and Thurs March 3rd.

     White Out Violence!

    Reminder for all 9th, 10th and 11th graders:  You must join the scheduling google classroom to complete your course requests and registration for next year.  The join code is on the front of your course request sheets.  Course requests must be completed by March 10th

    Attention students:  Starting Monday, March 8th, tardy students will not be allowed to bring in any outside food or drink.  These items will be held for after school pickup. 

    Attention Juniors: Your new Class T-Shirt and Hoodie design has been emailed to you with an order form it is posted in your Google Classroom.  Please print out and return the completed form to Miss Abbott with your money before Spring Break.  If you would like a copy of the order form now, see Miss Abbott in the Art Room!

     Key club will be having a meeting tomorrow Thursday immediately after school. If you are home please be sure to log in to the virtual meet! If at school please go to Ms. Betancourt’s classroom, room 2-206.

    There will be a National Art Honor Society Meeting Monday March 8th directly after school!  Make sure to join the google meet or stop by the art room.

     Project Wisdom Words of the Day

    Cheating

    Cheating is a bad character flaw—

    Don’t cheat yourself out of the respect you deserve. 

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Justice Hibler

    Sebastian Mollineda

    Wednesday– March 03, 2021

    Seniors: There will be a Virtual Informational session with the Florida College of the Keys on March 10 at 5:30. See the flyer on the bulletin board for directions how to log on.

    Boy’s State is a leadership camp at Florida State University each summer for one week. Students learn about the government process, live in dorms and meet other students from around Florida. If you are an 11th grade boy, you are eligible to attend this FREE Leadership camp this summer, see or email Mrs. Harris.

    This is Sandy Hook Promise Week and we would like to see all students and staff wearing white Tomorrow.

     White Out Violence!

    Attention students:  Starting Monday, March 8th, tardy students will not be allowed to bring in any outside food or drink.  These items will be held for after school pickup. 

    Attention Juniors: Your new Class T-Shirt and Hoodie design has been emailed to you with an order form it is posted in your Google Classroom.  Please print out and return the completed form to Miss Abbott with your money before Spring Break.  If you would like a copy of the order form now, see Miss Abbott in the Art Room!

     Key club will be having a meeting tomorrow Thursday immediately after school. If you are home please be sure to log in to the virtual meet! If at school please go to Ms. Betancourt’s classroom, room 2-206.

    There will be a National Art Honor Society Meeting Monday March 8th directly after school!  Make sure to join the google meet or stop by the art room.

     Project Wisdom Words of the Day

    Courtesy

    There is nothing that costs so little nor goes so far as courtesy.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Juliana Carrero        

    Nicole Gray

    Tuesday– March 02, 2021

    Congratulations to Victoria Lopez and Olivia Wilson for passing their excel tests and becoming fully certified in Microsoft this year!  They will get $250 from Monroe Computes!  Also great job David Warnaar who also passed Excel; Kacelyn Hollis, Hector Moreno and Justin Spencer passed PPT and Anaivette Ornelas passed Word.

    Seniors: There will be a Virtual Informational session with the Florida College of the Keys on March 10 at 5:30. See the flyer on the bulletin board for directions how to log on.

    Boy’s State is a leadership camp at Florida State University each summer for one week. Students learn about the government process, live in dorms and meet other students from around Florida. If you are an 11th grade boy, you are eligible to attend this FREE Leadership camp this summer, see or email Mrs. Harris.

     

    This is Sandy Hook Promise Week and we would like to see all students and staff wearing white on Tomorrow March 2nd, and Thurs March 3rd.

     

     White Out Violence!

    Attention Juniors: Your new Class T-Shirt and Hoodie design has been emailed to you with an order form it is posted in your Google Classroom.  Please print out and return the completed form to Miss Abbott with your money before Spring Break.  If you would like a copy of the order form now, see Miss Abbott in the Art Room!

     Attention Coral Shores Students:

     

    The ASVAB has been schedule for March 19th at 8:00am.

     

    Seniors, please check out the scholarship page and make sure you have applied for Bright Futures

     

     

    Coral Shores had some outstanding performances at the Spartan Invitational Track Meet on Friday, February 26, 2021.

    ·         Congratulations to Riley Dobson for her discus throw of 84 feet in 22 inches. This gives her the school record for Coral Shores in the discus and shot put according to FL.runners.com.

    ·         Aaron Anstett placed 15th in the discus throwing at 100 feet and 26 inches.

    ·         Alison Woltanski accomplished a personal record of 18.10 seconds, coming in 15th place.

    ·         Lilly Trumbull accomplished a personal record of 2 minutes and 56 seconds in the 800-meter run.

    ·          Alexis Terry came in 19th place in the 100-meter dash with a time of 13.80 seconds.

    ·         Sadier Hernandez ran a new personal record of 57.20 seconds in the 400-meter dash.

    ·         Lucia Rodriguez ran her personal record of 28.46 seconds in the 200-meter dash

    ·         Simon Gutierrez accomplished his personal record of 5 minutes and 14 seconds in the 1600 run.  Simon also ran a personal record of 11 minutes and 45 seconds in the 3200 run.

    ·         Chris Cooper personal record of 23.79 seconds in the 200-meters.

    ·         Javier Hernandez personal record of 23.83 seconds in the 200-meters.

    ·         4X100 relay girls placed third with a time of 52.96 seconds: Lucia Rodriguez, Terran Clayton, Alexis Terry, and Maya Gadea

    ·         4X100 relay boys placed fifth with a time of 46.52 seconds: Sader Hernandez, Willie Godtel, Javier Hernandez, and Chris Cooper.

     

    Go Canes !!!!

     Project Wisdom Words of the Day

     

    Let your smile change the world

     Don’t let the world change your smile—your smile can change someone’s day!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Donovan Hassen

    Ryley Gustinger

    Ben-Rekaya Yzaguirre

    Paola Valcarcel

    Tayvien Dodd

    Friday– February 26, 2021

    Monroe County will be represented by five high school projects at the state STEM Fair; three of them are from CSHS. 

    Congratulations to the following students for winning top honors at the District STEM Fair.  

    Aiden Austin      

    Ryann Castle     

    Laira Gomer, Brooke Barrow and Diana

    Seniors!

    Please make sure you pick up your Rotary T-shirt from Ms. Dobson’s room in 2-203.

    If anyone would like to purchase these shirts to help support, scholarships please visit CenterState Bank in Tavernier and Islamorada Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center.

     Attention Coral Shores Students:

    The community service forms have changed. If you have an old form with hours logged, it must be turned in TODAY

    The new forms will take effect the NEXT week. Forms can be found in the main office or online.

    The ASVAB has been schedule for March 19th at 8:00am.

    Seniors, please check out the scholarship page and make sure you have applied for Bright Futures

    Students, please complete the Universal Screener survey you were given in 6th period. This is your chance to be heard!

    Hey Coral Shores did you know:

    Today is National Skip the Straw Day

    So, When you get your iced coffee or soda, Skip the straw.

     Project Wisdom Words of the Day

    Let it Go!!!!

    Don’t ruin a good today by thinking about a bad yesterday

    Let it GO!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Jessie Smith

    Peter Reinoso

    Yadier Rosaled

    Lisvan Maza

    Alejandra Rodriguez

    Ignaci Arais

    Wednesday– February 23, 2021

    Attention to all National Honor Society members:

    On Thursday, February 25, we will meet virtually @ 7:10 AM.  Attendance is mandatory.  Remember to get your community service completed and send a copy to Vanessa.

    Seniors,

    Please know that Grad Bash has been cancelled.  Student reimbursements will follow later.

    Please stay informed by visiting the class of 2021 Google Classroom.

     This message applies to all students.

    The community service forms have changed. If you have an old form with hours logged, it must be turned in by this Friday, Feb. 26th.

     

    The new forms will take effect the following week. Forms can be found in the main office or online.

     

    The ASVAB has been rescheduled for March 19th at 8:00am.

     

    Seniors, please check out the scholarship page and make sure you have applied for Bright Futures

     

     Project Wisdom Words of the Day

     

    The best way to tell the kindness of a person is to notice how they treat others when they t can’t fight back.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Cody Roberts

    Bethany Norling

    Monday– February 22 , 2021

    Congratulations to Jazmin Pineda on her acceptance to participate in the University of Miami Summer Scholars Program for forensic investigation, crime and intelligence analysis.   Her academic and personal achievements prove that she is up for the challenge.  Way to go Jazmin!!!

    VERY IMPORTANT!

    “A” Day students who have signed up for the ASVAB next Tuesday, Feb. 23, should arrive to school that morning at 7:45 and report directly to the PAC.

    “B” day students will get passes in their first period class.

    Seniors,

    Please know that Grad Bash has been cancelled.  Student reimbursements will follow later.

    Please stay informed by visiting the class of 2021 Google Classroom.

     The Coral Shores Tennis team played its first match of the season on February 18th against Key West High School.  

    In the singles matches, congratulations go to:  Alex Sternberg who won 8-0, Evan Tiedeman who won 8-1, Makani Burga who won 8-0 and Olivia Hughes who won 8-5. 

    Shout outs go to the doubles teams of:  Alex Sternberg and Barrett Hefner who won 8-1, Evan Tiedeman and Makani Burga who won 8-2, and Emma Kost and Olivia Hughes who won 8-2.

    Come cheer the tennis team on Today @ 2:30 pm as they play LaSalle on the Coral Shores tennis courts.

    Congrats, to the 1st and 2nd place Track meet winners on February 18th.

                                     Coral Shores vs Key West and Marathon

     

    Girls                                                                                       Boys

    100 meter hurdles 1st place Alison Woltanski                  100 meter hurdles 1st place Orlando Pera

    100 meter dash 1st place Maya Gadea                              100 meter dash 2nd place Javier Hernandez

    400 meters 1st place Maya Gadea                                    400 meters 2nd place Willem Godtel

    400 meters 2nd place Terran Clayton                                Long Jump 2nd place Dyhan Herzberg

    Shot put 1st place Riley Dobson                                       Triple Jump 1st place Dyhan Herzberg

     

    Girls 4x100 2nd place – Gillanda , Terran , Alexis, Maya

    Boys 4x100 and 4x400 - 2nd place – Derek , Daniel , Sadier , Javier

    Girls 4x400 2nd place – Ellie, Lilly , Terran , Maya

    Boys 4x800 2nd place – Ariel , Cody , Zander , Rualt

    Outstanding 1st meet!

     Project Wisdom Words of the Day

    There are no limits to what you can accomplish,

    Except for the limits you place on your own thinking.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Victoria Pena

    Friday– February 19, 2021

    Congratulations to Jazmin Pineda on her acceptance to participate in the University of Miami Summer Scholars Program for forensic investigation, crime and intelligence analysis.   Her academic and personal achievements prove that she is up for the challenge.  Way to go Jazmin!!!

    VERY IMPORTANT!

    “A” Day students who have signed up for the ASVAB next Tuesday, Feb. 23, should arrive to school that morning at 7:45 and report directly to the PAC.

    “B” day students will get passes in their first period class.

    Senior students and senior parents,

    Universal has created some changes to Grad Bash this year. 

    The date has moved to Friday, 4/23; students will leave Coral Shores at 5am and return at midnight and the park will be open to the public.

    There is a google question for seniors to answer in the senior google classroom.

    Voting yes or no will determine the interest in this event.

    The information is due on Monday afternoon to Universal.

    Your teachers submitted names for “DOING THE RIGHT THING”

    This week PBIS will be awarding a $20 Dominos gift card to Crystal Hernandez

    Keep up the good work and you could be next week’s WINNER!

     Project Wisdom Words of the Day

    Oprah Winfrey says- I think education in POWER.  I think that being able to communicate with people is POWER!  Always use communication with your teachers to improve your education!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Skylar Poisson-Zettwoch

    Hunter Prew

    Kylie Prew

    Rebecca Sheffield

    Alexander Hardison

    Mason Loftus

    Hugh Connolly

    Jeremiah Goodwyn

    Thursday– February 18, 2021

    VERY IMPORTANT!

    “A” Day students who have signed up for the ASVAB next Tuesday, Feb. 23, should arrive to school that morning at 7:45 and report directly to the PAC.

    “B” day students will get passes in their first period class.

    Seniors!

    Please see Ms. Dobson in room 2-203

    If you forgot to place an order, we have a variety of sizes in the thin hoodie if you’d like to purchase one.

    Attention Key Club, There will be a meeting Today after school in Ms. Betancourt’s room, 2-206, and through the google meet if you cannot attend physically. Please be sure to attend, as we will be discussing officer elections. Hope to see you there!

    Your teachers submitted names for “DOING THE RIGHT THING”

    This week PBIS will be awarding a $20 Dominos gift card to Crystal Hernandez

    Keep up the good work and you could be next week’s WINNER!

     Project Wisdom Words of the Day

      Character

    Character isn’t inherited.  One builds it daily by the way one thinks and acts,

    Thought By Thought -- Action By Action

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Riley Dobson

    Christopher Hatchell

    Juniper Crump

    Wednesday– February 17, 2021

    “Seniors, please check your senior Google classroom to see the senior superlative winners! Pictures will be taken Today after school. All of the information is posted in the Google classroom.”

    Seniors!

    If you ordered a senior class sweatshirt, please see Ms. Dobson in room 2-203 before 3:00 on Wednesday, 2/17.

    If you forgot to place an order, we have a variety of sizes in the thin hoodie if you’d like to purchase one.

    Attention Key Club, There will be a meeting tomorrow Thursday after school in Ms. Betancourt’s room, 2-206, and through the google meet if you cannot attend physically. Please be sure to attend, as we will be discussing officer elections. Hope to see you there!

    "The Canes baseball team won their home opener in walk off fashion last night 3-2 against St Branden.  Sound defense, solid pitching and timely hitting was the difference in the game.  Tyler Rodriguez pitched a complete game 4-hitter to earn his first win.  Mario Menéndez, starting catcher came up with a clutch singe in the bottom of the seventh to score Lucus Dennis.   Sophomore starting shortstop and leadoff hitter Dylan Bloom got the game winning hit in the bottom of the seventh scoring Menéndez.  Dylan had his first multi-hit game as a varsity starter with 2.  Come see the Canes play this Friday night at Roger Allen Field at Founders Park against LaSalle at 5pm".

    Congrats, to the Lady Canes Weightlifters who competed at States this past Friday.  Annavera Peixoto placed 14th, Alison Woltanski placed 16th, Kaylee Stoky placed 10th and Amber Stevens placed 9th in their weight classes.  Congratulations on an amazing season!!

    PBIS IS ABOUT SPREADING KINDNESS

     

    Words Matter -  Kindness Matters

     

    Today is Random Acts of Kindness Day

     

    Drop off a note or card in the main office to someone in school that you would like to share KIND words with.  This can be a teacher, staff member or even a friend.  These will be delivered the following week with a treat! 

     

    SPREAD KINDNESS AND MAKE SOMEONE HAPPY!

     Project Wisdom Words of the Day

      Diversity

    It’s good that we are all different.  It makes life more interesting.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Theresa Aguiar

    Johanna Kuhn

    Monday– February 16, 2021

    “Seniors, please check your senior Google classroom to see the senior superlative winners! Pictures will be taken Today and Tomorrow after school. All of the information is posted in the Google classroom.” 

    PBIS IS ABOUT SPREADING KINDNESS

    Words Matter -  Kindness Matters

    February 17th is Random Acts of Kindness Day

    Drop off a note or card in the main office to someone in school that you would like to share KIND words with.  This can be a teacher, staff member or even a friend.  These will be delivered the following week with a treat! 

    SPREAD KINDNESS AND MAKE SOMEONE HAPPY!

    Great news! The ASVAB Military Entrance Exam will be offered at school one day in March (to be determined).

    This is a free exam for any 10th, 11th or 12th graders.

    Please sign up on the main bulletin board, or email Mrs. Harris at chris.harris@keysschools.com

    We know what it takes to be SUCCESSFUL IN SCHOOL!  

    Logging in daily and keeping up with your assignments

    PBIS will be rewarding another “Come Back Kid” with a $100 Amazon gift card for the student that greatly improves attendance and grades in the third quarter!   All nominees will be acknowledged with a candy bar!  YOU CAN DO IT!  

    EACH AND EVERY ACOMPLISHMENT STARTS WITH A DECISION TO TRY!

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day

     

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Kaitlyn Dickerson

    Martin Garcia

    Friday– February 12, 2021

    Congratulations to freshman Cade Needham for passing his Excel test and becoming the second CSH student to earn his full Microsoft Office Specialist Certification!  Cade will get a $250 incentive award from Monroe Compute$ at the end of the quarter! Nice work Cade!  Laney Robbins also passed her second test in Microsoft Word!  Great job Laney!

    “Seniors, please check your senior Google classroom to see the senior superlative winners! Pictures will be taken next Tuesday and Wednesday after school. All of the information is posted in the Google classroom.”

    PBIS IS ABOUT SPREADING KINDNESS

    Words Matter -  Kindness Matters

    February 17th is Random Acts of Kindness Day

    Drop off a note or card to someone in school that you would like to share KIND words with.  This can be a teacher, staff member or even a friend.  These will be delivered the following week with a treat! 

    SPREAD KINDNESS AND MAKE SOMEONE HAPPY!

    Be sure to include First and Last name on your note!

    Great news! The ASVAB Military Entrance Exam will be offered at school one day in March (to be determined).

    This is a free exam for any 10th, 11th or 12th graders.

    Please sign up on the main bulletin board, or email Mrs. Harris at chris.harris@keysschools.com

    We know what it takes to be SUCCESSFUL IN SCHOOL! 

    Logging in daily and keeping up with your assignments

    PBIS will be rewarding another “Come Back Kid” with a $100 Amazon gift card for the student that greatly improves attendance and grades in the third quarter!   All nominees will be acknowledged with a candy bar!  YOU CAN DO IT! 

    EACH AND EVERY ACOMPLISHMENT STARTS WITH A DECISION TO TRY!

    Remember no school on Monday, February 15th in reserved for President’s Day. Returning on Tuesday, February 16th will be “A” DAY schedule.

     Project Wisdom Words of the Day

    Britney Spears says,

    Never doubt yourself,

    Never change who you are

    Don’t care what people think and just go for it!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Ms. MaryJo Fry

    James Warrington

    Elaina Holtan

    Israel Duran

    Dhyan Herzberg

    Bella DiGiorgio

    Cailyn Elmore

    Macey White

    Kaitlyn Dickerson

    Martin Garcia

    Thursday– February 11, 2021 

    Congratulations to Emma Kost and Ali Woltanski who have been named National Merit Finalists! This is a huge honor and accomplishment recognized all across the United States! Way to go girls!

    Congratulations to Mariah Bell, who passed her certification test in Excel yesterday to become our school’s third Microsoft Office Specialist and get a $250 incentive award from Monroe Compute$!  Chayanne Cooper passed her Adobe PhotoShop Certification too and will get $100 from Monroe Compute$.  Great job ladies!

    Congratulations to freshman Cade Needham for passing his Excel test and becoming the second CSH student to earn his full Microsoft Office Specialist Certification!  Cade will get a $250 incentive award from Monroe Compute$ at the end of the quarter! Nice work Cade!  Laney Robbins also passed her second test in Microsoft Word!  Great job Laney!

    “Seniors, please check your senior Google classroom to see the senior superlative winners! Pictures will be taken next Tuesday and Wednesday after school. All of the information is posted in the Google classroom.”

    Great news! The ASVAB Military Entrance Exam will be offered at school one day in March (to be determined).

    This is a free exam for any 10th, 11th or 12th graders.

    Please sign up on the main bulletin board, or email Mrs. Harris at chris.harris@keysschools.com

    We know what it takes to be SUCCESSFUL IN SCHOOL! 

    Logging in daily and keeping up with your assignments

     

    PBIS will be rewarding another “Come Back Kid” with a $100 Amazon gift card for the student that greatly improves attendance and grades in the third quarter!   All nominees will be acknowledged with a candy bar!  YOU CAN DO IT! 

     

    EACH AND EVERY ACOMPLISHMENT STARTS WITH A DECISION TO TRY!

    Remember no school on Monday, February 15th in reserved for President’s Day. Returning on Tuesday, February 16th will be “A” DAY schedule.

     Project Wisdom Words of the Day

     

    Get r’ done…

    Students are often tempted to put things off until tomorrow, but moving your responsibilities forward does not make them go away. In fact, it can make them seem bigger and more stressful.  Don’t wait for tomorrow for what you can do today.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Lucia Rodriguez

    Emma Kost

    Amelia Vazquez Cruz

    Mariana Bonilla-Moreno

     

    Wednesday– February 10, 2021

    Congratulations to Emma Kost and Ali Woltanski who have been named National Merit Finalists! This is a huge honor and accomplishment recognized all across the United States! Way to go girls!

    Congratulations to Mariah Bell, who passed her certification test in Excel yesterday to become our school’s third Microsoft Office Specialist and get a $250 incentive award from Monroe Compute$!  Chayanne Cooper passed her Adobe PhotoShop Certification too and will get $100 from Monroe Compute$.  Great job ladies!

    Great news! The ASVAB Military Entrance Exam will be offered at school one day in March (to be determined).

    This is a free exam for any 10th, 11th or 12th graders.

    Please sign up on the main bulletin board, or email Mrs. Harris at chris.harris@keysschools.com

    We know what it takes to be SUCCESSFUL IN SCHOOL! 

    Logging in daily and keeping up with your assignments

     

    PBIS will be rewarding another “Come Back Kid” with a $100 Amazon gift card for the student that greatly improves attendance and grades in the third quarter!   All nominees will be acknowledged with a candy bar!  YOU CAN DO IT! 

     

    EACH AND EVERY ACOMPLISHMENT STARTS WITH A DECISION TO TRY!

     “Voting is now open for senior superlatives! All seniors should visit the senior Google Classroom page to vote. Votes are due Today at 2pm!”

     

    Tuesday– February 09, 2021

    Congratulations to Emma Kost and Ali Woltanski who have been named National Merit Finalists! This is a huge honor and accomplishment recognized all across the United States! Way to go girls!

     

    “Voting is now open for senior superlatives! All seniors should visit the senior Google Classroom page to vote. Votes are due by this Wednesday at 2pm!”

    “Don’t forget to purchase your yearbooks before prices go up on March 1st. Yearbooks can be purchased using RevTrac on keysschools.com. See Mrs. Webb in room 2-222 if you have any questions.”

    Seniors, Please be aware of deadline dates to register for the following programs:

    FAFSA (Free Application for Financial Student Aid)

    Bright Futures

    Local Scholarships posted on the website

    This information and registration sites can be found on the main bulletin board downstairs

     Project Wisdom Words of the Day

     

    Reflect on your Morals

     

    It takes moral courage for students to stay true to themselves by not participating in activities that go against their personal values, especially when they are afraid of being ridiculed or rejected.

    Being true to yourself s is much easier when you know who you are and what you stand for.

     

     

     

    Monday– February 08, 2021

     “Voting is now open for senior superlatives! All seniors should visit the senior Google Classroom page to vote. Votes are due by this Wednesday at 2pm!”

     Attention: There will be a National Art Honor Society meeting in Google Meet Today directly after school

    “Don’t forget to purchase your yearbooks before prices go up on March 1st. Yearbooks can be purchased using RevTrac on keysschools.com. See Mrs. Webb in room 2-222 if you have any questions.”

    Seniors, Please be aware of deadline dates to register for the following programs:

    FAFSA (Free Application for Financial Student Aid)

    Bright Futures

    Local Scholarships posted on the website

    This information and registration sites can be found on the main bulletin board downstairs

     Project Wisdom Words of the Day

    Plato said,

     "The first and best victory is to conquer self." Learning to stay on task can be a difficult skill for any of us to master. 

     Using a planner helps us to be organized and stay on track in our classes and our lives…

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Ebony Evans

    Friday– February 05, 2021

    Attention Juniors.  Your Domino’s Fundraiser for Prom ends Today.  If you have physically order forms with money collected, please give them to Miss Abbott ASAP!  The Top sellers who sold 12 or more cards will be announced next week and receive their Dunkin Gift Card!  Great work to all who participated!

     Attention: There will be a National Art Honor Society meeting in Google Meet Monday February 8th directly after school

    “Don’t forget to purchase your yearbooks before prices go up on March 1st. Yearbooks can be purchased using RevTrac on keysschools.com. See Mrs. Webb in room 2-222 if you have any questions.”

    Students taking the ACT this Saturday should line up at the Wrenn Street entrance of the media center by 7:45 AM.  Please wear a mask and maintain 6 feet distance between others.  Bring photo id, admission ticket, #2 pencils, calculator, snacks and a sweater.  See Mrs. Wischmeier if you have any questions.

     Project Wisdom Words of the Day

    Kindness

    Have you ever thought to tell someone what is special about them?  Take the time out to tell a family member a classmate or a teacher what is special about them!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Ms. Catherine Lozano

    Zachary Armesto

    Yoendry Ferro

    Angel Gutierrez

    Zoe Myers Guzman

    James Fraklin

    Wednesday– February 3, 2021

    Attention: There will be a National Art Honor Society meeting in Google Meet Monday February 8th directly after school

     Attention: To all National Honor Society members:

    On Thursday, February 4th, we will meet virtually @ 7:10 AM.  Attendance is mandatory. 

    “Don’t forget to purchase your yearbooks before prices go up on March 1st. Yearbooks can be purchased using RevTrac on keysschools.com. See Mrs. Webb in room 2-222 if you have any questions.”

    Today your 6th period classes will be voting for HOCO King and Queen.  Please allow your students to login in to their graduating google classroom to vote it should only take a couple of minutes.  This is where you voted for your class officers this year.  You will only have today to vote during 6th period so make sure to vote! Crowning will take place Friday Feb. 5th in the PAC during 6th period.

    Students taking the ACT this Saturday should line up at the Wrenn Street entrance of the media center by 7:45 AM.  Please wear a mask and maintain 6 feet distance between others.  Bring photo id, admission ticket, #2 pencils, calculator, snacks and a sweater.  See Mrs. Wischmeier if you have any questions.

     Doing Ones Best

    Choosing to do our best is a special power we all have within us

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Clayton Conley

    Angelina Acevedo

    Nicole Betancourt

    Willem Godtel

    Dana Banks

    Juulian Juvier

    Tuesday– February 02, 2021

    Congratulations to Friday’s winner of the Celebrate Literacy week Mystery Book Quiz – Elizabeth Sanches.   The answer was “A Tale of Two Cities” by Charles Dickens.  You can come to the Media Center to collect your prize. A $10 Starbucks gift card.

    Congratulations to the Lady Canes Weightlifting team who tied for 4th at Regionals this weekend.  Amber Stevens placed second in her weight class, Annavera Peixoto placed 3rd, Ali Woltanski and Kaylee Stoky placed 4th in their weight classes. All four ladies will be moving on to the State Meet on Feb 12th.  Great season to all the Lady Canes lifters!

    Congratulations to the following students for winning the Coral Shores STEM Fair Students should see Ms. Rosenow in room 4-105 ASAP for information.

     

    In the individual category…

    Ryann Castle      The True Definition of Green Buildings

    Coral DePauw    Rusty Hooks

    Aiden Austin       How did the Keys closing affect our oceans?

     

    In the group category….

    Laira Gomer, Brooke Barrow and Diana Diaz        Rock-in Rocket Experiment

    Elijah Blanco, Alex Sternberg and Amy Alvarez     Bridge Design Effectiveness

    Attention: There will be a National Art Honor Society meeting in Google Meet Monday February 8th directly after school.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:

    Britney Spears says,

    Never doubt yourself,

    Never change who you are

    Don’t care what people think and just go for it!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Fabio Duraku

    Saul Limon-Gonzalez

    Monday– February 01, 2021

     

    Congratulations to the Lady Canes Weightlifting team who tied for 4th at Regionals this weekend.  Amber Stevens placed second in her weight class, Annavera Peixoto placed 3rd, Ali Woltanski and Kaylee Stoky placed 4th in their weight classes. All four ladies will be moving on to the State Meet on Feb 12th.  Great season to all the Lady Canes lifters!!

    Congratulations to the following students for winning the Coral Shores STEM Fair Students should see Ms. Rosenow in room 4-105 ASAP for information.

     

    In the individual category…..

    Ryann Castle      The True Definition of Green Buildings

    Coral DePauw    Rusty Hooks

    Aiden Austin       How did the Keys closing affect our oceans?

     

    In the group category….

    Laira Gomer, Brooke Barrow and Diana Diaz        Rockin Rocket Experiment

    Elijah Blanco, Alex Sternberg and Amy Alvarez     Bridge Design Effectiveness

    Here are the winner for the stairwells and the murals!

     

    Stairwells                                                          Murals

     

    1st Seniors                                                        1st Sophomores                                              

    2nd Juniors                                                        2nd Juniors

    3rd Sophomores                                              3rd Seniors

    4th Freshmen                                                   4th Freshmen

     

    Congrats and great job everyone!!! Remember we still have one more week of HOCO spirit!!! Don’t forget to get your outfits for next week.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:

    A quote from Kobe Bryant-

    The most important thing is to try and inspire people so that they can be great in whatever they want to do!

     

     

    Friday – January 29, 2021

    Congratulations to the Coral Shores girls basketball team for a hard fought 55-35 victory over Marathon on Senior Night.  The win was the Lady Canes sixth straight victory.  The stars of the game were the two seniors with Lucia Rodriguez scoring her 1,000-career point early in the game and Riley Dobson hitting a 3 pointer to finish the game. The Lady Canes secured the number 1 seed in the district tournament and will play Wednesday, February 3rd at Gulliver Prep.     

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:

    Role Models

    Being a good role model is important-

    For better or worse, we are influenced by those around us-

    Choose wisely and be the better person.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Haley De La Torre

    Makani Burga

    Moises Mesa

    Gabriela Solis

    Emily Brown

    Nathan Duckworth

    Elise Jordan

    Cody Walsh

    Thursday – January 28, 2021

    Congratulations to the Coral Shores girls basketball team for a hard fought 55-35 victory over Marathon on Senior Night.  The win was the Lady Canes sixth straight victory.  The stars of the game were the two seniors with Lucia Rodriguez scoring her 1,000-career point early in the game and Riley Dobson hitting a 3 pointer to finish the game. The Lady Canes secured the number 1 seed in the district tournament and will play Wednesday, February 3rd at Gulliver Prep.     

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day
    A quote from Shaquille O’Neil

    “Excellence is not a singular act but a habit—

    You are what you repeatedly do


    Wednesday – January 27, 2021

    Please come to the gym Today for the girls Varsity basketball senior night at 5:00.

    We play Marathon and this will be Lucia and Riley’s last home game.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:


    Being Grateful:

    Sometimes we are so busy complaining about what is wrong that we forget to be grateful for what is right. 

     

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Gage Cooper

    Angel Villalobos

    Brook El-Koury

    Iona Holmquist

     

     

     

    Tuesday – January 26, 2021

    HUGE congratulations to the Lady Canes Weightlifting team, as they placed 3rd at Districts.  Of the 16 athletes who completed, 13 will be moving on to Regionals this coming weekend.  Ali Woltanski, Amber Stevens and Kaylee Stoky all placed first in their weight classes and earned the distinction of ‘District Champ’.  Annavera Piexoto and Angelina Bello placed 2nd in their weight classes and Brooke Barrow and Madeline Langley placed 3rd in their weight classes.  Other honorable mentions include Juniper Crumb, Samara Quintana, Diana Diaz, Makena Woolet-Stockton, Astrid Rivas, and Emily Brown.  Great work ladies!

    There will be a robotics meeting in room 2-201 after school through google meet. Make sure you wear your masks and we will continue to follow social distance procedures. After much planning, we are beginning to build our 2021 robot!

    Congratulations to Simon Gutierrez and Victoria Lopez for passing their Microsoft Word certification tests last week! Keep up the great work!

    Please come to the gym tomorrow for the girls Varsity basketball senior night at 5:00.

    We play Marathon and this will be Lucia and Riley’s last home game.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:
    What I can control:

    Something I learned early is to not worry about what I can’t control…

    But what I can control is my attitude, my effort, and my focus every single day!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Jonah Schafstall

    Monday – January 25, 2021

    HUGE congratulations to the Lady Canes Weightlifting team, as they placed 3rd at Districts.  Of the 16 athletes who completed, 13 will be moving on to Regionals this coming weekend.  Ali Woltanski, Amber Stevens and Kaylee Stoky all placed first in their weight classes and earned the distinction of ‘District Champ’.  Annavera Piexoto and Angelina Bello placed 2nd in their weight classes and Brooke Barrow and Madeline Langley placed 3rd in their weight classes.  Other honorable mentions include Juniper Crumb, Samara Quintana, Diana Diaz, Makena Woolet-Stockton, Astrid Rivas, and Emily Brown.  Great work ladies!

    Congratulations to Ashton Prosek who passed his Adobe Photoshop Certification test yesterday! Charlie Sanchez who certified in Microsoft PowerPoint and Carlie Stanley who passed her second certification test in Microsoft Word.  Great job everyone!

    Congratulations to Joshua Jones for being the 1ST Junior to sell 12 Domino’s Cards!  You’ve earned yourself a FREE Slice the Price Card from Domino's and a Dunkin Gift Card from Miss Abbott!   

    Attention Juniors it is not too late!  There are still 11 FREE Slice the Price Cards from Domino's and Dunkin Gift Cards from Miss Abbott up for grabs!  Check your Junior Google Classroom for more info.

    Attention: Anyone interested in Boys Lacrosse – Practice begins TODAY at

    5 PM.  Please meet coaches on the field.

    Attention: Anyone interested in Track & Field_ Practice starts TODAY on the track at 2:45pm. Athletic packet and physical must be completed before you can participate.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:
    Imagination for a bright future:

    Just because the past did not turn out how you hoped it will

    Does not mean the future can’t be better than you imagined

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Cameron Gordy

    Savana Mangel

    Nicholas Cano

     

    Friday – January 22, 2021

    Congratulations to Gage Cooper who has been selected the Sunshine State Scholar for Monroe County! Excellent accomplishment and way to represent Coral Shores High School!

    Seniors – Reminder that scholarships are now being posted on the Coral Shores website. Also, please remember to register for Bright Futures!

    Congratulations to Joshua Jones for being the 1ST Junior to sell 12 Domino’s Cards!  You’ve earned yourself a FREE Slice the Price Card from Domino's and a Dunkin Gift Card from Miss Abbott!   

    Attention Juniors it is not too late!  There are still 11 FREE Slice the Price Cards from Domino's and Dunkin Gift Cards from Miss Abbott up for grabs!  Check your Junior Google Classroom for more info.

    Congratulations to Ashton Prosek who passed his Adobe Photoshop Certification test yesterday! Charlie Sanchez who certified in Microsoft PowerPoint and Carlie Stanley who passed her second certification test in Microsoft Word.  Great job everyone!

    Are you interested in beauty as a Coral Shores elective? Would you like to see a beauty course added to the course selection form for next year? If so, please come by the media center to add your name to the sign-up sheet. This course will allow you to receive certified hours that will count towards state licensing. Get your career started WHILE in high school or just get certified! DEADLINE IS TODAY.

    The yearbook staff will be taking club pictures in the gym immediately after school TODAY for A-day students. Please plan to attend to take a group photo with your club.

    Attention Seniors – There will be a brief organizational meeting in Ms. Dobson’s room in 2-203 TODAY at 2:30 to discuss Homecoming activities. Let’s make this the best spirit week COVID caution has ever known!

    Attention: Anyone interested in Boys Lacrosse – Practice begins Monday, January 25th at 5 PM.  Please meet coaches on the field.

    Track & Field pre-conditioning ends TODAY. The official start-day is Monday, January 25th on the track at 2:45pm. Athletic packet and physical must be completed before you can participate.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:

    Problem Solving

    When we're having a problem with someone in our lives and we don't know what to do, it can be a good idea to talk with a person we trust, like a parent, a counselor, or a teacher.

    We all learn from our problems and guidance can be the best solution.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Zachary Armstrong

    Maxim Nance

    Destiny Harrison

    Edy Kemmer

    Thursday – January 21, 2021

    Congratulations to Gage Cooper who has been selected the Sunshine State Scholar for Monroe County! Excellent accomplishment and way to represent Coral Shores High School!

    Seniors – Reminder that scholarships are now being posted on the Coral Shores website. Also, please remember to register for Bright Futures!

    Are you interested in beauty school? Would you like to see this on the course selection sheet for next year? If so, please come by the media center to add your name to the sign-up sheet. This course will allow you to receive certified hours that will count towards state licensing. Get your career started WHILE in high school! DEADLINE IS THIS FRIDAY – JANUARY 22ND.

    Attention: Anyone interested in Boys Lacrosse – Practice begins Monday, January 25th at

    5 PM.  Please meet coaches on the field.

    Attention Seniors – There will be a brief organizational meeting in Ms. Dobson’s room in 2-203 THIS Friday, January 22nd at 2:30 to discuss Homecoming activities. Let’s make this the best spirit week COVID caution has ever known!

    Track & Field pre-conditioning ends this Friday. The official start-day is Monday, January 25th  on the track at 2:45pm. Athletic packet and physical must be completed before you can participate.

    The yearbook staff will be taking club pictures in the gym immediately after school TODAY for B-day students and TOMORROW for A-day students. Please plan to attend to take a group photo with your club.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:
    Mold your character - We are taught many rules from a young age, but in the end, there's only so much those around us can do to shape us. We have to decide our own character. The final formation of a person's character lies in their own hands.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Princess Garcia

     

    Wednesday – January 20, 2021

    Are you interested in beauty school? Would you like to see this on the course selection sheet for next year? If so, please come by the media center to add your name to the sign-up sheet. This course will allow you to receive certified hours that will count towards state licensing. Get your career started WHILE in high school! DEADLINE IS THIS FRIDAY – JANUARY 22ND.

    Attention all Science National Honor Society applicants – Please send PDF copies of your stem fair logbook, research plan and google slide to Mrs. Ledoux today.

    Attention: Anyone interested in Boys Lacrosse – Practice begins Monday, January 25th at

    5 PM.  Please meet coaches on the field.

    Attention Seniors – There will be a brief organizational meeting in Ms. Dobson’s room in 2-203 THIS Friday, January 22nd at 2:30 to discuss Homecoming activities. Let’s make this the best spirit week COVID caution has ever known!

    Track & Field pre-conditioning ends this Friday. The official start-day is Monday, January 25th  on the track at 2:45pm. Athletic packet and physical must be completed before you can participate.

    The yearbook staff will be taking club pictures in the gym immediately after school tomorrow for B-day students and Friday for A-day students. Please plan to attend to take a group photo with your club.

    Homecoming Spirit Weeks start NEXT WEEK January 25th and runs through February 5th. Homecoming court King and Queen will be announced at school on Friday, February 5th during 6th period. Make sure to reach out to your class officers and sponsors for more information. We hope to see everyone dressed and sporting our school spirit! Leadership will reward the class, pod, and student with the most school spirit! The schedule is as follows:

    ·       Class Color Day – January 25th & 26th  (Stairwell decorating & INITIAL voting for homecoming court)

    ·       Cowboys VS Aliens – January 27th & 28th(Dress up like a cowboy or alien, mural painting, court announced on the 27th, and pictures on the 28th after school)

    ·       Tour the Galaxy – January 29th & February 1st (Dress as an astronaut, sun, planet, star, etc., mural judging morning of the 29th)

    ·       Flash to the Past – February 2nd & 3rd (Dress like you’re in the early 2000’s, voting for Homecoming King and Queen on the 3rd)

    ·       Green & Gold – February 4th & 5th (Voting continues on the 4th, King and Queen announced on the 5th, and Basketball home game at 7 PM)

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:
    Be who you are! Beauty begins the moment you begin to be yourself! Bring out the BEST of you and your inner beauty will SHINE!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Walter Hussey



    Tuesday – January 19, 2021

    Attention – All ladies trying out for lacrosse: The player AND parent meeting will be TONIGHT at 6 PM in the cafeteria.

    Attention all Interact Club members and anyone interested in joining – There will be a brief virtual Interact Club meeting next TODAY right after school via our Google Classroom.  For information on how to join the meeting, see information on our Instagram and Remind accounts. Join our Remind by texting @cshsintera to 81010

    Are you interested in beauty school? Would you like to see this on the course selection sheet for next year? If so, please come by the media center before THIS FRIDAY (January 22nd), and add your name to the sign-up sheet. This course will allow you to receive certified hours that will count towards state licensing. Get your career started WHILE in high school!

    Homecoming Spirit Weeks start NEXT WEEK January 25th and runs through February 5th. Homecoming court King and Queen will be announced at school on Friday, February 5th during 6th period. Make sure to reach out to your class officers and sponsors for more information. We hope to see everyone dressed and sporting our school spirit! Leadership will reward the class, pod, and student with the most school spirit! The schedule is as follows:

    ·        Class Color Day – January 25th & 26th  (Stairwell decorating & INITIAL voting for homecoming court)

    ·        Cowboys VS Aliens – January 27th & 28th(Dress up like a cowboy or alien, mural painting, court announced on the 27th, and pictures on the 28th after school)

    ·        Tour the Galaxy – January 29th & February 1st (Dress as an astronaut, sun, planet, star, etc., mural judging morning of the 29th)

    ·        Flash to the Past – February 2nd & 3rd (Dress like you’re in the early 2000’s, voting for Homecoming King and Queen on the 3rd)

    ·        Green & Gold – February 4th & 5th (Voting continues on the 4th, King and Queen announced on the 5th, and Basketball home game at 7 PM)

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:

    The Cost of Courtesy

    Does it ever seem to you like everything costs a lot of money? Are there things you want, but you simply can’t afford? There is nothing that costs so little, nor goes so far, as being courteous!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    (None)

     

    Friday – January 15, 2021

    Attention all Interact Club members and anyone interested in joining – There will be a brief virtual Interact Club meeting next Tuesday, January 19th right after school via our Google Classroom.  For information on how to join the meeting, see information on our Instagram and Remind accounts. Join our Remind by texting @cshsintera to 81010

    The yearbook staff will be taking club pictures in the gym immediately after school next Thursday for B-day students and next Friday for A-day students. Please plan to attend to take a group photo with your club.

    The Upper Keys Rotary Scholarship is now open for Seniors. Please look for all scholarships on the front page Quicklinks of the Coral Shores website. The General Scholarship Application is also posted. Please complete this application, as it can be sent to multiple community organizations offering scholarships. Many more scholarships will be posted in February. Keep checking this site!

     

    Another reminder for Seniors – Make sure to apply for Bright Futures. It is a 5-minute application—simple directions are posted on the main bulletin board. Take a picture!

    Remember… there is NO SCHOOL this Monday. It will be a “B” Day when classes resume on Tuesday. Again – Tuesday is a “B” Day.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:

    High School Accomplishments

    Be proud of what you have accomplished! If you are not proud then reflect on what you can do to improve on your future. Make your attendance a priority because the more you are here the more you will learn.

    Hurricane Weekend Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Coach James

    Jordan Lubis

    Keryn Barrios

    Manuel Vallejo

     

    Thursday, January 14, 2021

    Congratulations to the Varsity Girls Basketball Team, who won against state-ranked Palmer Trinity 51 to 46 last night. Leading the way with 23 points and 6 assists was Lucia Rodriguez.  Riley Dobson had 13 points and 17 rebounds. Brooke Mandozzi had 6 points with 5 rebounds. Kailee Reinoso had 6 points, and Bekky Valenzuela had 5 points with 10 rebounds.

     

    The Lady Canes have 8 wins and 4 losses for the season. Come support the team today at 4:30 PM against Westminister Christian. WAY TO GO LADY CANES!

    Congratulations to senior, Jonathan Bradman, who has accepted a full and complete scholarship package to play basketball at Dean College in Franklin, Massachusetts.  His scholarship is valued at over $60,000 a year! Congratulations Jonathan!

    Reminder – Boys Weightlifting begins TODAY at 2:50 PM in the Varsity Weightroom.

    There will be a VIRTUAL Take Stock in Children Scholar Club meeting TODAY at 3:00PM on Zoom. If you have any questions-Contact Mrs. Hager.

    Attention Key Club – There is a meeting TODAY in Ms. Betancourt’s room after school or virtually if you are at home.

    Attention all Interact Club members and anyone interested in joining – There will be a brief virtual Interact Club meeting next Tuesday, January 19th right after school via our Google Classroom.  For information on how to join the meeting, see information on our Instagram and Remind accounts. Join our Remind by texting @cshsintera to 81010

    The Upper Keys Rotary Scholarship is now open for Seniors. Please look for all scholarships on the front page Quicklinks of the Coral Shores website. The General Scholarship Application is also posted. Please complete this application, as it can be sent to multiple community organizations offering scholarships. Many more scholarships will be posted in February. Keep checking this site!

     

    Another reminder for Seniors – Make sure to apply for Bright Futures. It is a 5-minute application—simple directions are posted on the main bulletin board. Take a picture!

    Juniors! This is a reminder that your class of 2022 t-shirt and hoodie forms are due back with money to Miss Abbott by TOMORROW! If you didn’t get an order form from your 6th period teacher, please see Miss Abbott to get one ASAP!

    Remember… there is NO SCHOOL this Monday. It will be a “B” Day when classes resume on Tuesday. Again – Tuesday is a “B” Day.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:

    You and your time are much too precious for idle gossip. Instead of gossiping, spend your time focusing on what's good about you and those around you. 

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Savannah Austin

    Dyllan Gortva

    Wednesday – January 13, 2021

    Congratulations to senior, Jonathan Bradman, who has accepted a full and complete scholarship package to play basketball at Dean College in Franklin, Massachusetts.  His scholarship is valued at over $60,000 a year! Congratulations Jonathan!

    There will be a VIRTUAL Take Stock in Children Scholar Club meeting TOMORROW at 3:00PM on Zoom. If you have any questions-Contact Mrs. Hager.

    Attention Key Club – There is a meeting tomorrow in Ms. Betancourt’s room after school or virtually if you are at home.

    Congratulations to Ms. Susa’s students, Chandler Hoffman and Colton Strickland, who won the “Holiday Traditions” writing contest by Writes of Spring’s “Holiday Traditions” writing contest in December! Both students earned extra credit in Ms. Susa’s class by submitting the assignment, and both students had amazing submissions that were chosen from hundreds of submissions all over the state of Florida. Great job Chandler and Colton!

    Attention all Interact Club members and anyone interested in joining – There will be a brief virtual Interact Club meeting next Tuesday, January 19th right after school via our Google Classroom.  For information on how to join the meeting, see information on our Instagram and Remind accounts. Join our Remind by texting @cshsintera to 81010

    Attention – All National Honor Society members: We will meet VIRTUALLY TOMORROW morning @ 7:10 AM.  Attendance is mandatory.  Remember to get your community service completed over the break signed, and send a copy to Vanessa.

    Attention – Ladies Lacrosse: Please complete the sign-up chart in the front office, and make plans to attend a team meeting—WITH PARENTS—NEXT Wednesday, January 20th at 6 PM in room 2-109. Again, this meeting date has changed to the 20th.

    The Upper Keys Rotary Scholarship is now open for Seniors. Please look for all scholarships on the front page Quicklinks of the Coral Shores website. The General Scholarship Application is also posted. Please complete this application, as it can be sent to multiple community organizations offering scholarships. Many more scholarships will be posted in February. Keep checking this site!

     

    Another reminder for Seniors – Make sure to apply for Bright Futures. It is a 5-minute application—simple directions are posted on the main bulletin board. Take a picture!

    Juniors!  This is a reminder that your class of 2022 t-shirt and hoodie forms are due back with money to Miss Abbott by THIS Friday! If you didn’t get an order form from your 6th period teacher, please see Miss Abbott to get one ASAP!

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:

    Smiles… A smile cannot be bought, borrowed or stolen, for it is no value to anyone until it is given away! Some people are too tired to give you a smile—So, give them one of yours, as none needs a smile so much, as he who has none to give.  

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Makayle Dudley

    Carlos Limo

    Emma Arevalo

    Natalie Barajas

    Isaac Perez

     

    Tuesday – January 12, 2021

    Congratulations to Ms. Susa’s students, Chandler Hoffman and Colton Strickland, who won the “Holiday Traditions” writing contest by Writes of Spring’s “Holiday Traditions” writing contest in December! Both students earned extra credit in Ms. Susa’s class by submitting the assignment, and both students had amazing submissions that were chosen from hundreds of submissions all over the state of Florida. Great job Chandler and Colton!

    Attention all Interact Club members and anyone interested in joining – There will be a brief virtual Interact Club meeting next Tuesday, January 19th right after school via our Google Classroom.  For information on how to join the meeting, see information on our Instagram and Remind accounts. Join our Remind by texting @cshsintera to 81010

    Attention – All National Honor Society members: We will meet VIRTUALLY this Thursday, January 14th @ 7:10 AM.  Attendance is mandatory.  Remember to get your community service completed over the break signed, and send a copy to Vanessa.

    Attention – Ladies Lacrosse: Please complete the sign-up chart in the front office, and make plans to attend a team meeting—WITH PARENTS—NEXT Wednesday, January 20th at 6 PM in room 2-109. Again, this meeting date has changed from January 13th to the 20th.

    The Upper Keys Rotary Scholarship is now open. Please look for the scholarship tab on the front page of the Coral Shores website.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:

    Are you ready to Believe that you can make a change? I BELIEVE stands for:

    BE-SAFE

    BE-RESPONSIBLE

    BE-RESPECTFUL

    BE-THERE

    BE-EMPOWERED

     

    LETS ALL LIVE BY WHAT WE BELIEVE!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Mr. Poelma

    Brianna Rich

    Yoandy Ceballo

    Taylor Miller

    Olivia Sargent

    Anthony Vera

    Madelyn French

     

    Monday – January 11, 2021

    There will be a National Art Honor Society meeting this TODAY after school on Google Meet. Club dues must be turned in to Miss Abbott BEFORE the meeting.

    Attention – All National Honor Society members: We will meet VIRTUALLY on Thursday, January 14th @ 7:10 AM.  Attendance is mandatory.  Remember to get your community service completed over the break signed, and send a copy to Vanessa.

    Juniors – Your 6th period teachers will be handing you an envelope with your Class T-Shirt and Hoodie order form. If you would like to make a purchase, please return your completed order form with money to Miss Abbott in the Art Room by THIS Friday, January 15th. If you did not receive an order form, please see Miss Abbott ASAP to get one! 

    Attention – All ladies interested in Girls Lacrosse: Please complete the sign-up chart in the front office, and make plans to attend a team meeting—WITH PARENTS—THIS Wednesday, January 13th at 6 PM in room 2-109.

    Seniors! Please register now for Bright Futures. You can take a picture of the instructions from the flyer on the main bulletin board. The entire registration only takes 5 minutes.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:

    Caring/Honesty

    Any person who is honest, fair, kind, and generous to others is a success—no matter what your title, job or position is in life.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Ms. DeHart

    Artorius Johnson

     

     

    Friday – January 8, 2021

    Attention – All National Honor Society members: We will meet VIRTUALLY on Thursday, January 14th @ 7:10 AM.  Attendance is mandatory.  Remember to get your community service completed over the break signed, and send a copy to Vanessa.

    Juniors – Your 6th period teachers will be handing you an envelope with your Class T-Shirt and Hoodie order form. If you would like to make a purchase, please return your completed order form with money to Miss Abbott in the Art Room by next Friday, January 15th! If you did not receive an order form, please see Miss Abbott ASAP to get one! 

    Attention – All ladies interested in Girls Lacrosse: Please complete the sign-up chart in the front office, and make plans to attend a team meeting—WITH PARENTS—on Wednesday, January 13th at 6 PM in room 2-109.

    Attention – All boys interested in Boys Weightlifting: There will be an informational meeting TODAY after school in the PE classroom. If you are unable to attend, please contact Coach Hamilton.

    Seniors! Please register now for Bright Futures. You can take a picture of the instructions from the flyer on the main bulletin board. The entire registration only takes 5 minutes.

    There will be a National Art Honor Society meeting this Monday, January 11th after school on Google Meet. Club dues must be turned in to Miss Abbott BEFORE the meeting.


    Attention ALL Students – Breakfast and lunch are free for all students through the end of the school year. Come by and get your free snack bag with every lunch!


    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:
    Facing Difficulties: Sometimes you are facing difficulties, not because you are doing something wrong, but because you are doing something right! 

    Hurricane WEEKEND Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Mariah Bell

    Aidan Austin

    Kailee McDaniel

    Grace Graf

    Angel Martin

    Thursday – December 17, 2020

    More congratulations go out to students who certified yesterday, including Devyn Nason and Leyla Ochoa who passed their Adobe PhotoShop tests and will get $100 from Monroe Compute$. 

     

    Cade Needham, Olivia Wilson, and David Warnaar passed Word; Hunter Marguet passed PowerPoint; and Dylan Marguet passed Excel. Great job everyone!

    Do you need a paying job over Christmas break? Come see Mrs. Harris!

    The 2021 Coral Shores Baseball season is quickly approaching. We look forward to seeing you on Monday, January 4th for Arm Care Conditioning at Founders Park Field at 4:30 PM.

    Make sure to purchase your yearbook before the prices go up! Yearbooks are on sale now for the lowest price of the year, but the price will increase after the break. Visit www.keysschools.com to purchase your yearbook today. Please see Mrs. Webb in room 2-222 with any questions.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:

    Mold your character: We are taught many rules from a young age, but in the end, there's only so much those around us can do to shape us. We have to decide our own character. . . the final forming of a person's character lies in their own hands.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Jenna Castillo

    Leslie Flores

     

    Wednesday – December 16, 2020

    Congratulations to sophomore Josh Dionne for being the first student in the district, and in our school, to pass all the Microsoft Office Specialist Certifications yesterday when he passed his Excel test. Josh comes in every day to work and also works daily at home. He will be awarded $250 from Monroe Compute$! Great job Josh!

     

    Also, the following will receive $100 from Monroe Compute$ for passing their Adobe Certified Associate tests yesterday:  Beckett Blackburn, Bobby Ets-Hokin, Cody Lalani all passed PhotoShop, and Alyssa Aguiar and Brandon Harrison passed Illustrator. Additionally, Mariah Bell, Simon Gutierrez, and Victoria Lopez passed PowerPoint certifications.

     

    Special thanks to Mr. Brown for administering all of the Certiport tests yesterday and today!

    The 2021 Coral Shores Baseball season is quickly approaching. We look forward to seeing you on Monday, January 4th for Arm Care Conditioning at Founders Park Field at 4:30 PM.

    Make sure to purchase your yearbook before the prices go up! Yearbooks are on sale now for the lowest price of the year, but the price will increase after the break. Visit www.keysschools.com to purchase your yearbook today. Please see Mrs. Webb in room 2-222 with any questions.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:

    Be who you are! Beauty begins the moment you begin to be yourself! Bring out the BEST of you and your inner beauty will SHINE!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Cody Stringer

    Bryan Perez

     

    Tuesday – December 15, 2020

     

    The judges were very impressed with each Holiday Decorated Door—it was a tough decision.

     

    This year, the class that will win a DONUT DAY after the holiday break is…………………….

     

    Ms. Joy’s beautifully decorated door of lights!

     

    Stop by and see the individual holiday bulbs created by her students – Room 4-215.

     

    Thank you to all the participants for brightening our halls!

    The 2021 Coral Shores Baseball season is quickly approaching. We look forward to seeing you on Monday, January 4th for Arm Care Conditioning at Founders Park Field at 4:30 PM.

    Make sure to purchase your yearbook before the prices go up! Yearbooks are on sale now for the lowest price of the year, but the price will increase after the break. Visit www.keysschools.com to purchase your yearbook today. Please see Mrs. Webb in room 2-222 with any questions.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:

    The Cost of Courtesy

    Does it ever seem to you like everything costs a lot of money? Are there things you want, but you simply can’t afford? There is nothing that costs so little nor goes so far as being courteous!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Mr. Soltero

    Jourdynn Moses

     

    Thursday – December 10, 2020 

    Congratulations to the Girls Weightlifting team who placed 2nd in their Meet yesterday! Annavera Peixoto, Ali Woltanski, Kaylee Stoky and Angelina Bello all placed 1st in their weight classes. Madde Langley, Brooke Barrow and Juniper Crumb all placed 2nd in their weight classes and there were several PRs hit yesterday! Great work girls!

    Attention Juniors and Seniors: Remember Herff Jones will be in the cafeteria TODAY from
    4-7 PM for the LAST face-to-face order opportunity for class rings and cap and gowns.

    Tis the season to be JOLLY! PBIS will be hosting Candy Cane Day during lunches on Wednesday and Thursday, December 16th & 17th, along with Holiday music to get us in the spirit of the season!

    Students taking the ACT this Saturday should line up by the Wrenn Street entrance of the media center at 7:45 AM. Please bring your admission ticket, photo id, appropriate calculator, #2 pencils, snacks, sweater and a mask. It is important that you have your mask on while standing in line 6 feet apart. You must wear your mask during the entire test. Due to COVID we cannot loan pencils or calculators so please bring your own.  See Mrs. Wischmeier is you have questions.

    Make sure to purchase your yearbook before the prices go up! Yearbooks are on sale now for the lowest price of the year, but the price will increase after the break. Visit www.keysschools.com to purchase your yearbook today. Please see Mrs. Webb in room 2-222 with any questions.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:

    BE YOUR OWN PERSON!

    To be a courageous human being can simply mean following your heart instead of following the group. Sometimes being courageous is nothing more than being your own person and thinking for yourself.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Aniel Chavez

    Wednesday – December 9, 2020

    Tis the season to be JOLLY! PBIS will be hosting Candy Cane Day during lunches on Wednesday and Thursday, December 16th & 17th, along with Holiday music to get us in the spirit of the season!

    Attention Juniors and Seniors: Herff Jones will be in the cafeteria from 4-7 PM on TODAY and TOMORROW for ring and cap and gown orders. Please see posted announcement on website and social media for scheduling times. 

    The Lady Canes Varsity Basketball Team won last night against county rival Marathon 62 to 32.  Leading the way with 17 points was Lucia Rodriguez, Riley Dobson had 13 points and 15 rebounds, Bekky Valuenzuela had 9 points and 8 rebounds, and Marinna Moreno had 6 points and 7 rebounds.The lady canes have 4 wins and 2 losses.

     

    On a side note: According to MAXPREPS, Riley Dobson is 7th in the nation in rebounds averaging 16.6 rebounds per game, and Lucia Rodriguez is 44th in the nation with assists averaging just under 6 per game.  

     

    Come support the  JV Girls today at 3 against Key West and varsity at 4:30.

    Testing Reminders: Algebra and Geometry testing will continue through Monday. The Reading RE-TAKE invitations will be in your 1st period class on your designated face-to-face day.

    Students taking the ACT this Saturday should line up by the Wrenn Street entrance of the media center at 7:45 AM. Please bring your admission ticket, photo id, appropriate calculator, #2 pencils, snacks, sweater and a mask. It is important that you have your mask on while standing in line 6 feet apart. You must wear your mask during the entire test. Due to COVID we cannot loan pencils or calculators so please bring your own.  See Mrs. Wischmeier is you have questions.

    Make sure to purchase your yearbook before the prices go up! Yearbooks are on sale now for the lowest price of the year, but the price will increase after the break. Visit www.keysschools.com to purchase your yearbook today. Please see Mrs. Webb in room 2-222 with any questions.

    Good luck to our Girls Soccer and Basketball teams as they travel for away games tonight. Go Lady Canes!

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:

    Former President John F. Kennedy shares these words:

    In a time of turbulence and change, it is more true than ever that knowledge is power.

    Every day you have the opportunity to increase your knowledge and therefore increase your power in the world. In a rapidly changing world, we need bright and powerful human beings to make the positive changes!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Melissa Rey-Gallego

    Nahum Jauregui

     

    Tuesday – December 8, 2020

    Attention Juniors and Seniors: Herff Jones will be in the cafeteria from 4-7 PM on Wednesday and Thursday THIS WEEK for ring and cap and gown orders. Please see posted announcement on website and social media for scheduling times. 

    Testing Reminders

    9th and 10th grade students who did not complete the APM will be testing from home TODAY. Please check your email at 12:30 for the Google Meet and Session ID. Everyone needs to be in the Meet before 1:00 to begin testing.

     

    Algebra EOC students received their notification for testing that begins TOMORROW.  Please report to 1st period, on time, on your designated face-to-face day. You will be dismissed for testing at 8:00.

    Poinsettias sale ends TODAY! This is your last chance to buy them. If you would like to make an order, please see one of the club members or make one directly with Ms. Betancourt.

     

    Key Club and Interact are co-sponsoring a collection on behalf of the victims of the recent Hurricane Eta and Iota in Honduras. Items needed are clothes, shoes, and non-perishable food items. Please see Ms. Betancourt in POD 2A to turn in items before school or after school before next Wednesday Dec. 16th.

    Make sure to purchase your yearbook before the prices go up! Yearbooks are on sale now for the lowest price of the year, but the price will increase after the break. Visit www.keysschools.com to purchase your yearbook today. Please see Mrs. Webb in room 2-222 with any questions.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:

    Patience Pays -
    When you're a young person, it can be hard to be patient, especially in a world filled with smart phones, tablets, and high speed computers. Try to find time be enjoy life outside technology… Stop and enjoy your family, friends and life around you!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Taniyah Cooper

    Jade Mesa

    Johann Smith

    David Warnaar

     

    Monday – December 7, 2020

    Attention Juniors and Seniors: Herff Jones will be in the cafeteria from 4-7 PM on Wednesday and Thursday THIS WEEK for ring and cap and gown orders. Please see posted announcement on website and social media for scheduling times. 

    National Art Honor Society meets TODAY right after school. Sculptures for the History of Diving Museum exhibit must be turned in TODAY or TOMORROW! The meeting will be completely virtual, so please join the Google meet after school.

    Poinsettias sale ends tomorrow! This is your last chance to buy them. If you would like to make an order, please see one of the club members or make one directly with Ms. Betancourt.

     

    Key Club and Interact are co-sponsoring a collection on behalf of the victims of the recent Hurricane Eta and Iota in Honduras. Items needed are clothes, shoes, and non-perishable food items. Please see Ms. Betancourt in POD 2A to turn in items before school or after school before next Wednesday Dec. 16th.

    Make sure to purchase your yearbook before the prices go up! Yearbooks are on sale now for the lowest price of the year, but the price will increase after the break. Visit www.keysschools.com to purchase your yearbook today. Please see Mrs. Webb in room 2-222 with any questions.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:

    Building Character - Listen to the words of former first lady, Eleanor Roosevelt:

    People grow through experience if they meet life honestly and courageously. This is how character is built. 

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Conner Barck

    Makayla Hann

    Friday – December 4, 2020

    Congratulations to the Lady Canes Weightlifters in their tournament on Wednesday. The team placed 4th overall. Annavera Peixoto, Angelina Bello, and Kaylee Stoky each earned 2nd place in their weight classes. Brooke Barrow, Amber Stevens, Madeline Langley, and Ali Woltanski all placed 3rd in their perspective weight classes. Congratulations to all the great lifters!

    If you are a Junior or a Senior and you missed the presentation by Herff Jones, see Ms. Dobson in room 2-203 for a brochure and order form.

    There will be a National Art Honor Society meeting this Monday, December 7th right after school. Sculptures for the History of Diving Museum exhibit must be turned in Monday or Tuesday! The meeting will be completely virtual, so please join the Google meet after school

    The Key Club and Interact are co-sponsoring a collection on behalf of the victims of the recent Hurricane Eta and Iota in Honduras. Items needed are clothes, shoes, and non-perishable food items. Please see Ms. Betancourt in POD 2A to turn in items before school or after school.

     

    Key Club is still selling poinsettias until Tuesday December 8th  poinsettias If you would like to make an order, please see one of the club members or make one directly with Ms. Betancourt. Reminder: Key Club meets today in Ms. Betancourt’s room right after school.

    Make sure to purchase your yearbook before the prices go up! Yearbooks are on sale now for the lowest price of the year, but the price will increase after the break. Visit www.keysschools.com to purchase your yearbook today. Please see Mrs. Webb in room 2-222 with any questions.

    Attention Students taking the SAT tomorrow, Dec. 5th.  Please line up outside the Wrenn Street door of the Media Center by 7:30am for check-in.  Due to the corona virus conditions students will be asked to wear a mask for the duration of the test and practice social distancing-- calculators and pencils are not provided. You will need your registration ticket, picture ID, calculator, and pencils. Snacks and water are optional.  If you have any questions please see Ms. Robin Fry in 4204.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:

    A Quote from Ellen DeGeneres
    - Find out who you are and be that person. That’s what your soul was put on this earth to be. Find that truth, live that truth, and everything else will come.

    Hurricane Birthday WEEKEND Shout-Outs Go To:

    Katelyn Gremonprez

    Leann Quick

    Christopher Calatayud

    Thursday, Dec 3, 2020

    If you are a Junior or a Senior and you missed the presentation by Herff Jones, see Ms. Dobson in room 2-203 for a brochure and order form.

    All Boys Soccer players must meet in the computer lab with Coach Campa at 2:45 TODAY for IMPACT testing.

    There will be a National Art Honor Society meeting this Monday, December 7th right after school. Sculptures for the History of Diving Museum exhibit are due at the meeting!  If you are on campus report to the art room, if you are at home join the Google meet.

    The Key Club and Interact are co-sponsoring a collection on behalf of the victims of the recent Hurricane Eta and Iota in Honduras. Items needed are clothes, shoes, and non-perishable food items. Please see Ms. Betancourt in POD 2A to turn in items before school or after school.

     Key Club is still selling poinsettias until Tuesday December 8th  poinsettias If you would like to make an order, please see one of the club members or make one directly with Ms. Betancourt. Reminder: Key Club meets today in Ms. Betancourt’s room right after school.

    Attention Students taking the SAT on Saturday, Dec. 5th.  Please line up outside the Wrenn Street door of the Media Center by 7:30am for check-in.  Due to the corona virus conditions students will be asked to wear a mask for the duration of the test and practice social distancing-- calculators and pencils are not provided. You will need your registration ticket, picture ID, calculator, and pencils. Snacks and water are optional.  If you have any questions please see Ms. Robin Fry in 4204.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:
    Reaching your goals - Don’t wait until you reach your goal to be proud. Be proud of every step you take towards that goal!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Chayane Cooper

    Zaresk Mazola

    Mibsam Barrios

     

    Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2020

    Attention Juniors: The meeting with Herff Jones about class rings is today at 1:00 PM in the PAC.

    The Lady Canes Basketball team won last night against state-ranked Mater Lakes 48 to 47! The canes were down by 18 at half, but had a massive second half comeback. Leading the charge with 18 points and 18 rebounds was Bekky Valenzuela. Lucia Rodriguez had 15 points and 5 assists, and Riley Dobson had 11 points with 19 rebounds.

     

    The Canes have 3 wins and 1 loss in the season—WAY TO GO LADY CANES!

    Are you interested in joining the Take Stock in Children Scholar Club? Stop by Mrs. Hager’s office or join the meeting today at  3:00 PM on Google Meet.

    Attention National Honor Society members: There will be a virtual Google Meet tomorrow, Dec. 3rd @7:10AM. Attendance is mandatory unless excused from school for doctor’s appointment or sickness. Also, sign up for the Remind: To Join: text @6e2378 to 81010

    Attention 9th and 10th grade B-Day Students: You will be taking the reading APM test at home during your English classes tomorrow. You will receive your username and login information during 6th period today. 

     

    A-Day Students will receive their login information tomorrow and will test from home on Friday. Please check your keysstudents account today for information on preparing your computer this evening.

    Attention Students taking the SAT on Saturday, Dec. 5th.  Please line up outside the Wrenn Street door of the Media Center by 7:30am for check-in.  Due to the corona virus conditions students will be asked to wear a mask for the duration of the test and practice social distancing-- calculators and pencils are not provided. You will need your registration ticket, picture ID, calculator, and pencils. Snacks and water are optional.  If you have any questions please see Ms. Robin Fry in 4204.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:
    PAYING ATTENTION: A quote from journalist Diane Sawyer

    I think the one lesson I have learned is that there is no substitute for paying attention.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Kylie Deckard

    Christian Rodriguez

    Christopher Rodriguez

    Zander Wolfgramm

    Courtney Judeikis

     

    Tuesday – December 1, 2020

     

    The election is over, and the Coral Shores National Art Honor Society Officers are as follows…

     

    President - Zoe Marchetti

    Vice President - Natalie Turner

    Treasurer - Coral DePauw

    Secretary - Madison Holcomb

     

    Congratulations everyone!

    The Key Club and Interact are excited to co-sponsor a collection on behalf of the victims of the recent hurricane Eta and Iota in Honduras.  Items needed are clothes, shoes, and non-perishable food items.  Please see ms. Betancourt in POD 2A to turn in items before school or after school.

     

    It’s that time… Key Club will be selling poinsettias this year again. If you would like to make an order, please see one of the club members or make one directly with

    Ms. Betancourt.

    Attention National Honor Society members: There will be a virtual Google Meet on Thursday, Dec. 3rd @7:10AM. Attendance is mandatory unless excused from school for doctor’s appointment or sickness. Also, sign up for the Remind: To Join: text @6e2378 to 81010

    Attention Juniors & Seniors:

     

    Juniors will meet with Herff Jones tomorrow, December 2nd at 9:30 AM, both days, regarding class rings.

     

    Seniors will meet with Herff Jones tomorrow, December 2nd at 9:00 AM, both days, to discuss ordering graduation caps, gowns and announcements. 

     

    Herff Jones will return to campus on December 9th and 10th from 4-7 PM for Juniors and Seniors to order. ALL ORDERS must be placed at this time!

    Please listen up for testing information taking place THIS WEEK:

     

    11th Graders – A-Day students will take the FSA ELA tests December 3rd and 7th. B-Day students will test December 2nd, 4th, and 8th. You will be notified where to report through your keysstudents email account. Seniors who need this testing will be contacted individually.

     

    9th and 10th Graders – You will take an ELA progress-monitoring test from home on your virtual day. B-Day students will test on December 3rd, and A-Day students will test on December 4th. You will receive instructions to check your technology prior to testing. Please check your keysstudents account for further instructions and testing times.

     

    Students who wish to take a missed Biology, US History, or Geometry EOC to earn Scholar Designation on their diploma must register with Mrs. Munafo. Forms will be available on the school website and at the front office. The test will be on December 8th for both A and B day students. Students will be required to make up any missed classwork.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:


    Making Changes: It’s not about Perfect – It’s about effort; When you bring the effort every single day; That’s where transformation happens! That’s how change occurs!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Denisa Cernoskova

    James Lykins

     

    Monday – November 30, 2020

    The election is over, and the Coral Shores National Art Honor Society Officers are as follows…

    President - Zoe Marchetti

    Vice President - Natalie Turner

    Treasurer - Coral DePauw

    Secretary - Madison Holcomb

    Congratulations everyone!


    The Boys Soccer game against Palmer, originally scheduled for today, has been cancelled.
    Attention National Honor Society members: There will be a virtual Google Meet on Thursday, Dec. 3rd @7:10AM. Attendance is mandatory unless excused from school for doctor’s appointment or sickness. Also, sign up for the Remind: To Join: text @6e2378 to 81010
    Attention Juniors & Seniors:

    Juniors will meet with Herff Jones on December 1st and 2nd at 9:30 AM, both days, regarding class rings.

     

    Seniors will meet with Herff Jones on December 1st and 2nd at 9:00 AM, both days, to discuss ordering graduation caps, gowns and announcements. 

     

    Herff Jones will return to campus on December 9th and 10th from 4-7 PM for Juniors and Seniors to order. ALL ORDERS must be placed at this time!
    Please listen up for testing information taking place THIS WEEK:

     

    11th Graders – You will take the FSA ELA tests beginning TOMORROW! A-Day students will test December 1st, 3rd, and 7th. B-Day students will test December 2nd, 4th, and 8th. You will be notified where to report through your keysstudents email account. Seniors who need this testing will be contacted individually.

     

    9th and 10th Graders – You will take an ELA progress-monitoring test from home on your virtual day. B-Day students will test on December 3rd, and A-Day students will test on December 4th. You will receive instructions to check your technology prior to testing. Please check your keysstudents account for further instructions and testing times.

     

    Students who wish to take a missed Biology, US History, or Geometry EOC to earn Scholar Designation on their diploma must register with Mrs. Munafo. Forms will be available on the school website and at the front office. The test will be on December 8th for both A and B day students. Students will be required to make up any missed classwork.
    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:


    Caring: Saying nice things and complimenting others; Being considerate, kind and respectful;

    Lending a helping hand to others around you; Being the person others can count on…

    When each of us are caring it makes the world a better place…
    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Oscar Casariego

    Keegan Fish
     

    Friday - November 20, 2020

    Congrats to the football team beating Marathon last night. The score was 42 to 6. Awesome season with a record of 5 and 3. Great job Canes!

    The Lady Canes Varsity Basketball team won last night 67 to 50 against district rival Key West. Leading the way was Lucia Rodriguez with 20 points, Riley Dobson 13 points and 10 rebounds, Bekky Valenuela with 15 points and 12 rebounds, Kailee Reinoso with 7 points, and Marianna Bonilla-Moreno with 9 points and 8 rebounds.  Way to go LADY CANES on a great win

    Come watch the Lady Canes tonight against St. Brendan today at 5 PM. JV plays at 3:30 PM.

    Listen up National Honor Society members. There will be a virtual Google Meet on Thursday, Dec. 3rd @7:10AM. Attendance is mandatory unless excused from school for doctor’s appointment or sickness.  Also, sign up for the Remind: To Join: text @6e2378 to 81010

    Attention Juniors & Seniors:

     

    Juniors will meet with Herff Jones on December 1st and 2nd at 9:30 AM, both days, regarding class rings.

     

    Seniors will meet with Herff Jones on December 1st and 2nd at 9:00 AM, both days, to discuss ordering graduation caps, gowns and announcements. 

     

    Herff Jones will return to campus on December 9th and 10th from 4-7 PM for Juniors and Seniors to order. ALL ORDERS must be placed at this time!

    Senior baby pictures and quotes for the yearbook are due TODAY. Seniors should email them to Mrs. Webb. Check the yearbook Instagram page at cshs.yearbook for more information.

    TODAY is also the deadline to order Sophomore Class hoodies. Information on how to order is available on the Class of ‘23 Google classroom page. If any further information is needed please contact Kendall or Ellie.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:


    In the season of giving, remember to be thankful for what you do have and the people you have in your life. Remember it is better to give than to receive! Go out of your way to do something kind for someone… A family member, a neighbor, or even a stranger!

     

    Please listen for testing information taking place after Thanksgiving break:

     

    11th Graders – You will take the FSA ELA tests beginning December 1st. A-Day students will test December 1st, 3rd, and 7th. B-Day students will test December 2nd, 4th, and 8th. You will be notified where to report through your keysstudents email account. Seniors who need this testing will be contacted individually.

     

    9th and 10th Graders – You will take an ELA progress-monitoring test from home on your virtual day. B-Day students will test on December 3rd, and A-Day students will test on December 4th. You will receive instructions to check your technology prior to testing. Please check your keysstudents account for further instructions and testing times.

     

    Students who wish to take a missed Biology, US History, or Geometry EOC to earn Scholar Designation on their diploma must register with Mrs. Munafo. Forms will be available on the school website and at the front office. The test will be on December 8th for both A and B day students. Students will be required to make up any missed classwork.

    Hurricane Weekend Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Ms. Gilmore

    Ms. Thiery

    Ms. Hamilton

    Madison & Michael Holcombe

    Ava Swanson

    Arianna Reynolds

    Lorena Carballo

    Asa Gomez

    Isabel Betancourt

    Magdalyn Lavoie

    And everyone celebrating birthdays over the Thanksgiving break!

     

    Have a HAPPY & SAFE Thanksgiving!!!

     

     

    Thursday - November 19, 2020

    Listen up National Honor Society members. There will be a virtual Google Meet on Thursday, Dec. 3rd @7:10AM. Attendance is mandatory unless excused from school for doctor’s appointment or sickness.  Also, sign up for the Remind: To Join: text @6e2378 to 81010

    Attention Juniors & Seniors:

     Juniors will meet with Herff Jones on December 1st and 2nd at 9:30 AM, both days, regarding class rings.

     

    Seniors will meet with Herff Jones on December 1st and 2nd at 9:00 AM, both days, to discuss ordering graduation caps, gowns and announcements. 

     

    Herff Jones will return to campus on December 9th and 10th from 4-7 PM for Juniors and Seniors to order. ALL ORDERS must be placed at this time!

    Please Note: Boys Soccer practice and tomorrow’s away game have been cancelled.

    Attention Coral Shores! Key Club will be selling poinsettias this year again. If you would like to make an order, please see one of the club members or make one directly with

    Ms. Betancourt.

    The Key Club and Interact are excited to co-sponsor a collection on behalf of the victims of the recent Hurricane Eta and Iota in Honduras. Items needed are clothes, shoes, and non-perishable food items. Please see Ms. Betancourt in POD 2A to turn in items before school or after school.

     

    Reminder: Key Club meets today in Ms. Betancourt’s room right after school.

    Senior baby pictures and quotes for the yearbook are due this Friday. Seniors should email them to Mrs. Webb. Check the yearbook Instagram page at cshs.yearbook for more information.

    Attention all Sophomores! Class hoodies are now available to order. Information on how to order is available on the Class of ‘23 Google classroom page. This Friday, November 20th is the deadline for orders. If any further information is needed please contact Kendall or Ellie.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:


    In the season of giving, remember to be thankful for what you do have and the people you have in your life. Remember it is better to give than to receive! Go out of your way to do something kind for someone… A family member, a neighbor, or even a stranger!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Grady White

    Antonio Maldonado

    And now… a special announcement from Assistant Principal Munafo regarding testing the week after Thanksgiving break:

     

    11th grade students will take the FSA ELA tests beginning December 1st. A day students will test December 1st, 3rd, and 7th. B day students will tests December 2nd, 4th, and 8th. You will be notified where to report through your keysstudents email account. Seniors who need this will be contacted individually.

     

    9th and 10th graders will take an ELA progress monitoring test from home on your virtual day. B day students will test on December 3rd and A day students will test on December 4th. You will receive instructions to check your technology prior to testing. Please check your keysstudents account for further instructions and testing times.

     

    Students who wish to take a missed Biology, US History, or Geometry EOC to earn Scholar Designation on their diploma must register with Mrs. Munafo. Forms will be available on the school website and at the front office. The test will be on December 8th for both A and B day students. Students will be required to make up any missed classwork.

     

    Wednesday - November 18, 2020

    A HUGE congratulations goes out to the following girls who represented Coral Shores at the State Swimming Championship this past Sunday in Stuart. Individually, Zoe Marchetti made finals in the 100 back, and Corley Smith swam in the 200 Free and 400 Freestyle events.

    Zoe and Corley were joined by Olivia Sargent and Vicky Pena in the 400 Free Relay that also made finals. Coach Kater and Jon are super proud of our state qualifiers and our entire swim team on a great season! Go Canes!

    Congratulations to the Lady Canes Volleyball team - Riley Dobson received player of the year for Volleyball. All county team is Elise Jordan, Kate Johnson, Zoe Myers, and Bekky Valenzuela. These players made all Academic from Florida Athletic Coaches Association: Bekky Valenzuela, Brooke Mandozi, Camryn Ets-Hokin and Kailee Reinoso. And… Riley Dobson made the All-Star team and will be playing in the Classic tournament this coming weekend in Lakeland, Florida. Way to go Lady Canes Volleyball team!!!

    Congratulations to Anaivette Ornelas who passed her Microsoft Office Certification test in PowerPoint.

    Attention Coral Shores! Key Club will be selling poinsettias this year again. If you would like to make an order, please see one of the club members or make one directly with

    Ms. Betancourt.

    The Key Club and Interact are excited to co-sponsor a collection on behalf of the victims of the recent Hurricane Eta and Iota in Honduras. Items needed are clothes, shoes, and non-perishable food items. Please see Ms. Betancourt in POD 2A to turn in items before school or after school.

    Attention all Sophomores! Class hoodies are now available to order. Information on how to order is available on the Class of ‘23 Google classroom page. This Friday, November 20th is the deadline for orders. If any further information is needed please contact Kendall or Ellie.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:


    Making it Happen… Some people want it to Happen. Some wish it would Happen. Others Make it Happen…

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Angelina Nappi

    Aidan Pais

    Paulina Ornelas

     

    Monday - November 16, 2020

    The Varsity Football team had a great game last Friday night in Hollywood, FL against
    Avant Garde Academy. The Canes came out with great intensity from start to finish, winning in an impressive fashion 47-10. Please make plans to support the Canes as they play their final home game this Thursday vs. the Marathon Dolphins. Go CANES!

     

    Also, a big CONGRATS to our Boys Soccer Team who won 4-0 against True North on Friday after a major rainstorm. Way to go!

    Over the weekend, Miss Coral Shores 2020 and her court were announced at a special luncheon in their honor. The 12 contestants each have an unweighted GPA of 3.0 and were judged on an essay, personal interview, and a showcase performance that was submitted by video. The participants were:

    Krista Black

    Katy Borders

    Andrea Galvan

    Lynn Gremonprez

    Ashley Hilson

    Katie Holly

    Emma Kost

    Zoe Marchetti

    Bethany Norling

    Vanessa Pelaez

    Kaylee Stokey

    Ali Woltanski

     

    The 2020 Miss Coral Shores court is as follows:

     

    Winner of the Miss Judy Hoke Award, who was voted on by the Coral Shores Faculty and Staff, is: Ali Woltanski

     

    Miss Congeniality, who was voted on by the contestants, is: Ashley Hilson

     

    Second Princess is: Ali Woltanski

     

    First Princess is: Andrea Galvan

     

    And Miss Coral Shores 2020 is: Katie Holly

     

    Congratulations to all these bright and talented women!

     

    (Anyone who was unable to attend the luncheon on Saturday, please see Mrs. Haddad in the Media Center to pick up your goody bags.)

    The Key Club and Interact are excited to co-sponsor a collection on behalf of the victims of the recent Hurricane Eta and Iota in Honduras. Items needed are clothes, shoes, and non-perishable food items. Please see Ms. Betancourt in POD 2A to turn in items before school or after school.

    Attention all Sophomores! Class hoodies are now available to order. Information on how to order is available on the Class of ‘23 Google classroom page. This Friday, November 20th is the deadline for orders. If any further information is needed please contact Kendall or Ellie.

    Good luck to our Boys and Girls Soccer teams as they are traveling to Key West and Palmer Trinity for away games today!

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:


    SACRIFICE: If you don’t sacrifice for what you want then what you want becomes the sacrifice.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Ms. Marlene Sun-Sternberg

    David Parker

    Angelina Martins

    Valerie Randall

     

    Friday - November 13, 2020 

    ATTENTION SENIORS – Make sure to take the poll on our Google Classroom, and vote for your favorite class-shirt design. This year you have option of purchasing a t-shirt or hoodie. The poll will close TODAY at 2:30 PM—so make sure to vote for your favorite design!

    Congratulations to the Girls Weightlifting team who placed 2nd at their meet yesterday with missing 1st by only 1 point! A big congratulations to Ali Woltanski, Kaylee Stoky, Madeline Langley and Angelina Bello for placing 1st in their weight classes. Annavera Peixoto placed 2nd in her weight class and Samara Quitana, Brooke Barrow and Amber Stevens placed 3rd in their weight classes. Awesome work ladies!!

    Congrats to the Lady Canes Girls Basketball team, who won 44 to 41 against district rival
    St. Brendan.  Leading the way with 21 points and 10 rebounds was Bekky Valenzuela.  Lucia Rodriguez had 15 points with 7 assists. Riley Dobson had 15 rebounds and played strong defense. Also scoring with 2 points a piece was Kylie Deckard, Brooke Mandozzi and Marianna Bonilla-Moreno.

    Wrestling season has started! Practices are every day right after school. Stop by the training room before practice to sign up.

    Attention Coral Shores! Key Club will be selling poinsettias this year again. If you would like to make an order, please see one of the club members or make one directly with
    Ms. Betancourt.

     

    Key Club virtual meeting is at 2:45 PM today if there is internet.

    Good luck to our Football team vs. Avant Garde, our Boys Soccer team vs. True North, and our Girls Soccer team vs. St. Brendan, as they travel for away games tonight—GO CANES!

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:


    Teachers are true heroes of the world—thank your teachers for helping you mold your future.

    Now go out and make them PROUD!

    Hurricane Weekend Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Ms. Ruiz

    Mr. Suarez

    Chase Streetman

    Anaivette Ornelas

    Robert Rodriguez

    Carlie Stanley

    Jose Rodriguez

     

    Thursday - November 12, 2020

    ATTENTION SENIORS – Make sure to take the poll on our Google Classroom, and vote for your favorite class-shirt design. This year you have option of purchasing a t-shirt or hoodie. The poll will be open TODAY and close TOMORROW at 2:30 PM—so make sure to vote for your favorite design!

    Today’s Girls Soccer game has been cancelled.

    Wrestling season has started! Practices are every day right after school. Stop by the training room before practice to sign up.

    Attention Coral Shores! Key Club will be selling poinsettias this year again. If you would like to make an order, please see one of the club members or make one directly with
    Ms. Betancourt.

     

    Key Club virtual meeting is at 2:45 PM today if there is internet.

    Senior baby pictures and quotes for the yearbook are due no later than November 20. Students can email them to Mrs. Webb or stop by room 2-222 to drop them off. Check the Coral Shores yearbook Instagram page at cshs.yearbook for more details.

    Tuesday – November 10, 2020

    Congratulations to the following students who passed their certification tests last week:
    Josh Dionne – passed his second test in Microsoft Word; Maria Bell  – passed Word; 

    Carlie Stanley, Laney Robbins and Cannon Richardson – passed PowerPoint; 
    Keep up the Great Work!

    Attention Cheer Team: There is NO practice this week!

    Senior baby pictures and quotes for the yearbook are due no later than November 20. Students can email them to Mrs. Webb or stop by room 2-222 to drop them off. Check the Coral Shores yearbook Instagram page at cshs.yearbook for more details.

    Attention Juniors and Seniors: Please check your keysstudents accounts as invitations were emailed last week for Science National Honor Society. If you did not receive an invitation and think you qualify, please contact Mrs. Ledoux in Room 4-205.

    Our HOCO Theme for this year will be OUTER SPACE! HOCO this year will be Feb. 5th with 10 days of fun activities. More information to follow, as we get closer to the day.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:
    Oprah Winfrey shares
    If you believe, you can only go so far, than it is an obstacle.

    Take that obstacle and conquer it!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Ms. Munafo

    Jessica Jara

    Noe Ruano

    Jonathan Gutierrez

    Adrian Peterson

    Ethan Marguet

     

    Friday – November 6, 2020

    Senior baby pictures and quotes for the yearbook are due no later than November 20. Students can email them to Mrs. Webb or stop by room 2-222 to drop them off. Check the Coral Shores yearbook Instagram page at cshs.yearbook for more details.

    Your teachers have nominated students that are “doing the right thing” 

    Your grades and attendance reflect the great decisions you are making or the good deeds you are doing!

    PBIS is rewarding

    Mariana Yanez Grade 9 and Payton Roth Grade 12 for

    “DOING THE RIGHT THING” with a City Hall Gift Certificate

    Your 6th period teacher has your certificate!

    Attention juniors and seniors, please check your keysstudents accounts as invitations were emailed this week for Science National Honor Society. If you did not receive an invitation and think you qualify, please contact Mrs. Ledoux in Room 4-205.

    Attention Boys Soccer - Tryouts will continue until the today. The starting time is 3:30 pm. Anyone that has not contacted Coach Bosque about playing needs to do so now—even if you are playing another sport, you need to be added to the list.

    Attention Students Taking the SAT on Saturday, Nov 7th.  Please line up outside the Wrenn Street door of the Media Center by 7:30am for check-in.  Due to the corona virus conditions students will be asked to wear a mask for the duration of the test and practice social distancing.  You will need your registration ticket, picture ID, calculator, and pencils.  Due to the corona virus, calculators and pencils are not provided. Snacks and water are optional.

    Our HOCO Theme for this year will be OUTER SPACE!!!   HOCO this year will be Feb. 5th with 10 days of fun activities planned.  More information will be forthcoming as we get closer to the day.

    Remember… TONIGHT is Senior Night for Football. Come support your Football team!

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:
    Jealous Feelings

    We all feel jealous at some point in our lives. Sometimes it's because we feel left out or we feel that we don't have the advantages that others seem to have. The good news is that it's possible to overcome jealousy by focusing on our own talents and goals.

     

    Weekend Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Coral Depauw

     

    Wednesday – November 4, 2020

     

    Your Canes Swimmers had an excellent showing at the District Meet on Saturday at Ransom Everglades! The following swimmers advanced to the Regional Championship that was held in Fort Pierce on Monday: Ariel Galvan, Brandon Turner, Elijah Blanco, Cade Needham, and Skylar Poisson-Zettwoch for the boys; and Bodie Robbins, Andrea Lopez-McNenney, Katy Borders, Riley Cooper, Olivia Sargent, Corley Smith, Zoe Marchetti, and Vicky Pena for the girls. There were impressive individual and relay swims by all – now we wait to see who advances to states! Congratulations to all! Go Canes!

    Attention Boys Soccer - Tryouts will continue until the end of this week. The new starting time has moved to 3:30 pm every day. Anyone that has not contacted Coach Bosque about playing needs to do so now—even if you are playing another sport, you need added to the list.

    If you are a senior, and missed out on receiving a Class of 2021 mask, please see Ms. Dobson in room 2-203 after school today or tomorrow to get your mask.

    Attention students taking the SAT this Saturday, Nov 7th.  Please line up outside of the Wrenn Street door of the Media Center by 7:30am for check-in.  Due to the corona virus conditions, students will be asked to wear a mask for the duration of the test and practice social distancing.  You will need your registration ticket, picture ID, calculator, and pencils. Due to the virus, calculators and pencils are not provided. Snacks and water are optional.

    Remember… this is Spirit Week! Tomorrow and Friday are Green and Gold days, and Senior Night for Football is THIS Friday, so lets’ show our Canes some spirit!

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:


    No more whining - It's so easy to whine and grumble when things aren't exactly the way we want them to be or when we are faced with a problem, but whining can make a situation much worse while making us and those around us unhappy.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Emily Howell

    David Serota

     

    Monday – November 2, 2020

    The Hurricanes lost a hard-fought game last Friday losing to Ransom Everglades 28-0. Dominick Monteagudo had 3 tackles and 1 pass deflection, and Steven Wilson had 2 tackles and a fumble recovery. The Canes are home this Friday for Senior Night vs. Florida Christian. Please make it your plans to come out and support our Seniors. GO CANES!

    Today is the beginning of Spirit Week! Cudos to those students that represented their class by wearing their class colors today! Tuesday and Wednesday are Tie-Dye Days, so wear your colorful tie-dye outfits. Thursday and Friday are Green and Gold days. Senior Night for Football is THIS Friday, so lets’ show our Canes some spirit!

    National Honor Society officers this year will be:

    President - Ali Woltanski

    Vice President - Vanessa Palaez

    Treasurer - Ali Adler

    Recording Secretary - Emma Kost

    Corresponding Secretary - Lindsay Stagnito

    Webmaster - Ashley Hilson

    Congratulations!!!

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:
    I AM SOMEBODY! Social Bullying often happens in groups. A leader begins to spread gossip, make fun of, or exclude someone. Others begin to follow. The hurt is magnified when bullies attack online including social media and texts. Each of us needs to do our part to stop the bullying by refusing to spread hurtful words, whether at school or online.

    Someone once said: I WONDER WHY SOMEBODY DID’NT DO SOMETHING

    THEN I REALIZED, I AM SOMEBODY…

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Ms. Ets-Hokin

    Pearl Burke

    Hannah Townsend

     

    Friday – October 30, 2020

    Congratulations to Ashley Hilson! Ashley qualified as an individual to compete in the Girl’s Cross Country Regional Championship next week.

     

    After many years of setting new records, coming home with victories, and all of the hard work that has been put in, the Coral Shores Boys Cross Country team has come home with a District Trophy for the first time ever. They will be joining Ashely next week in the race to qualify for the State Championship. Coach Suarez wants to say CONGRATULATIONS to Ashley for her great run at the District Championship and to the Boy’s Cross Country team for their District Runner Up Award, and thank you for a GREAT season!

    The girls’ soccer team is looking for a team manager. If you are interested, please see
    Mr. Owens in Room 4-212.

    Good luck tonight to our Varsity Football team as they take on Ransom Everglades. GO CANES!

    And… don’t forget SPIRT WEEK is next week! Monday – Wear Your Class Color; Tues. & Weds. is Tie Dye Day; and Thurs. & Fri. is Show Your Pride with Green & Gold Day!

    Thursday – October 29, 2020

    Congratulations to our Teacher of the Year – Kelly Kater! Way to go!

    Congratulations to Cade Needham and Olivia Wilson for passing their first Certiport exam in PowerPoint! Keep up the great work!

    Congratulations to Ashley Hilson! Ashley qualified as an individual to compete in the Girl’s Cross Country Regional Championship next week.

    After many years of setting new records, coming home with victories, and all of the hard work that has been put in, the Coral Shores Boys Cross Country team has come home with a District Trophy for the first time ever. They will be joining Ashely next week in the race to qualify for the State Championship. Coach Suarez wants to say CONGRATULATIONS to Ashley for her great run at the District Championship and to the Boy’s Cross Country team for their District Runner Up Award, and thank you for a GREAT season!

    The girls’ soccer team is looking for a team manager. If you are interested, please see
    Mr. Owens in Room 4-212.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:
    Live by yes or no!
    Say yes to everything good and no to everything bad! 

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Coral DiMartino

    David Reihing

    Madelyn Rivera

    Silvia Lamadrid

     

    Wednesday – October 28, 2020

    Congratulations to our Teacher of the Year – Kelly Kater! Way to go!

    Congratulations to Cade Needham and Olivia Wilson for passing their first Certiport exam in PowerPoint! Keep up the great work!

    The girls’ soccer team is looking for a team manager. If you are interested, please see
    Mr. Owens in Room 4-212.

    Attention Volleyball Players - All players need to hand in uniforms and warm ups, otherwise you will not be cleared for Winter Sports – this is an obligation. Coach Ets-Hokin needs everything back for next season. Please hand in your uniforms and warm ups, so you will be cleared.

    Reminder: All “B-Day9th through 11th grade students will be taking the PSAT tomorrow beginning at 7:35 AM. “A-Day” make ups will also test tomorrow.

    All Seniors will be learning virtually from home tomorrow, so they should NOT report to the building. Seniors should make sure to report to each of their classes.

    We will ALL follow a modified schedule, so the school day order will be – Periods fifth, sixth, seventh, first, second, third, and fourth.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:
    Role Models:
    Being a good role model is important—For better or worse, we are influenced by those around us—Choose wisely and be the better person.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Alondra Apolinario

    Anthony Berrios

    Wyatt Brown

     

    Tuesday – October 27, 2020

    Attention Volleyball Players - All players need to hand in uniforms and warm ups, otherwise you will not be cleared for Winter Sports – this is an obligation. Coach Ets-Hokin needs everything back for next season. Please hand in your uniforms and warm ups, so you will be cleared.

    The girls’ soccer team is looking for a team manager. If you are interested, please see
    Mr. Owens in Room 4-212.

    PSAT testing will be THIS Thursday for 9th, 10th & 11th graders starting at 7:35 AM. You should have received notification of where you are testing from your sixth period teacher. Please see Mrs. Munafo if you have any questions.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day
    Dr. Suess Says: Whenever things go a bit sour, I always tell myself you can do better than this!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Teryl Dorsey

    Evelyn Dehart

    Ashton Prosek

    Monday – October 26, 2020

    The Hurricanes went on the road last week to take on the Warriors of Westminster. The Hurricanes battled to the end, but to no avail with a score of 35-0. The Canes are indeed looking forward to getting back to their winning ways this week, as they take on Ransom Everglades right here on campus. The Canes are now 3-1 for the season. Go CANES!

    Attention Boys Soccer - Tryouts are all this week here at Coral Shores at 4:00 PM on the inner field.

    SAT testing will be TOMORROW starting at 7:35 AM for SENIORS. PSAT will be on Thursday for 9th, 10th & 11th graders starting at 7:35 AM. You should have received notification of where you are testing from your sixth period teacher. Please see Mrs. Munafo if you have any questions.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:
    Being Grateful: Sometimes we are so busy complaining about what is wrong that we forget to be grateful for what is right

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Ms. Andersen

    Grebil Santos

    Amy Alvarez


    Friday – October 23, 2020
     

    OCTOBER IS BREAST CANCER AWARNESS MONTH!

    PBIS is passing out PINK starbursts in your sixth period class today. Do you know what PINK signifies?

    It signifies the promise made by Susan G. Komen’s sister after losing her to breast cancer at the age of 36. She vowed to bring awareness to this terrible disease that affects both men and woman.

    You may know someone who has battled breast cancer or cancer in general.  Let us do all we can to lift people up every day because we never know what they, or a family member, may be going through. 

    Attention Bus Riders – Route 70 will be riding on Route 71 today.

    Boys Soccer practice is today at 4:30 PM on our field. Tryouts are all next week here at Coral Shores at 4:00 PM on the inner field.

    Students taking the ACT TOMORROW should be at the Wrenn Street entrance of the media center by 7:45 AM. Bring photo ID, admission ticket, pencils, calculator, mask, and snacks.  Due to COVID, students must wear a mask for testing. We will not be loaning any calculators and pencils so please be prepared. See Mrs. Wischmeier if you have questions.

    SAT testing will be this Tuesday starting at 7:35 AM for SENIORS. PSAT will be on Thursday for 9th, 10th & 11th graders starting at 7:35 AM. You should have received notification of where you are testing from your sixth period teacher. Please see Mrs. Munafo if you have any questions.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:
    Making Changes:
    It’s not about Perfect – It’s about effort. When you bring the effort every single day that’s where transformation happens! That’s how change occurs!

    Hurricane Birthday WEEKEND Shout-Outs Go To:

    Ms. MacKenzie

    Fabian Cicilio

    Vincent Biondoletti

    Elijah Blanco

    Theo Harris

    Raul Sanchez

    Olivia Hughes

     

    Thursday, October 22, 2020 - UPDATED 

    “Senior Siblings” pictures will be taken after school TODAY for A-Day students. All seniors and their siblings should go to the mural by the cafeteria for their picture.

    OCTOBER IS BREAST CANCER AWARNESS MONTH!

    PBIS is passing out PINK starbursts in your sixth period class today. Do you know what PINK signifies?

    It signifies the promise made by Susan G. Komen’s sister after losing her to breast cancer at the age of 36. She vowed to bring awareness to this terrible disease that affects both men and woman.

    You may know someone who has battled breast cancer or cancer in general.  Let us do all we can to lift people up every day because we never know what they, or a family member, may be going through. 

    Due to the weather, Boys Soccer practice will be on campus at 4:30 PM every day. See Coach Bosque in Room 2-108 for any questions.

    Students taking the ACT this Saturday should be at the Wrenn Street entrance of the media center by 7:45 AM. Bring photo ID, admission ticket, pencils, calculator, mask, and snacks.  Due to COVID, students must wear a mask for testing. We will not be loaning any calculators and pencils so please be prepared. See Mrs. Wischmeier if you have questions.

    SAT testing will be this Tuesday starting at 7:35 AM for SENIORS.

    PSAT will be the following Thursday for 9th, 10th & 11th graders starting at 7:35 AM.

    You should have received notification of where you are testing from your sixth period teacher.

    Please see Mrs. Munafo if you have any questions.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:

    CELEBRATING FRIENDSHIP

    One of the most important choices we ever make is choosing our friends. Good friends support us in being our best. Good friends encourage us to do the right thing. They help us through the bad times and celebrate with us during the good times.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Benjamin Whittle

    Joshua Dionne

     

    Wednesday, October 21, 2020

    Attention Bus Riders – Bus Route 64 will be Riding Bus Route 70 - TODAY ONLY

    Attention Girls Softball – Workouts will be today rain or shine. Please meet in the weight room and have athletic shoes and a mask!

    “Senior Siblings” pictures will be taken after school TODAY for B-Day students and tomorrow for A-Day students. All seniors and their siblings should go to the mural by the cafeteria for their picture.

    Students taking the ACT this Saturday should be at the Wrenn Street entrance of the media center by 7:45 AM. Bring photo ID, admission ticket, pencils, calculator, mask, and snacks.  Due to COVID, students must wear a mask for testing. We will not be loaning any calculators and pencils so please be prepared. See Mrs. Wischmeier if you have questions.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:
    R-E-S-P-E-C-T-

    Earning the respect of others is part of living a successful life. But before we can earn the respect of others, we must first learn to respect ourselves. In other words: You will not be respected unless you respect yourself!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Nelson Garcia

     

    Tuesday, October 20, 2020

    Students taking the ACT this Saturday should be at the Wrenn Street entrance of the media center by 7:45 AM. Bring photo ID, admission ticket, pencils, calculator, mask, and snacks.  Due to COVID, students must wear a mask for testing. We will not be loaning any calculators and pencils so please be prepared. See Mrs. Wischmeier if you have questions.

    “Senior Siblings” pictures will be taken TOMORROW for B-Day students and Thursday for
    A-Day students. All seniors and their siblings should go to the mural by the cafeteria for their picture.

    Attention Volleyball Players - Please hand in your uniforms to either Coach Ets-Hokin, Coach Abbott, Coach Kirkland or Coach Hager, as this is an obligation. You will not be cleared for the next sport until uniforms are turned in.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:
    Fall seven times? Stand up eight times!

    Today, ask yourself if you are letting anything keep you down. If the answer is "yes,” get up and try again!  If you need help with something, ask a trusted adult.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Raquel Lopez

    Michael Goralski

    Reece Jahn

    Skylar Jenkins

    Matthew Patterson

     

    Monday, October 19, 2020

    What a great football game last Friday night, as the Hurricanes beat Palm Glades 48-14. It was a slow start, but the Hurricanes came out on all cylinders after halftime! Again, the leading rusher for the Canes was Chris Cooper with 11 carries for 181 yards and 4 TD's;  Lucas Dennis ran 8 times for 84 yards and 1 TD;  Ozzy Vega had a great night, as he ran for 92 yards on 10 carries and 1 TD; Dominick Monteagudo rushed 5 times for 39 yards and 1 TD.
    There were many bright spots on Defense: Joseph Molinaro had 3 Tackles and 2 sacks; Daniel Pease with 3 Tackles; and Jackson Hilson with 5 Tackles. The CANES record is now 3-0 for the season! The Canes are on the road this week as they head to Miami to take on the Westminster Warriors at 4pm. Please make plans to be there. GO CANES!

    “Senior Siblings” pictures will be taken THIS Wednesday for B-Day students and THIS Thursday for A-Day students. All seniors and their siblings should go to the mural by the cafeteria for their picture.

    Attention Volleyball Players - Please hand in your uniforms to either Coach Ets-Hokin, Coach Abbott, Coach Kirkland or Coach Hager, as this is an obligation. You will not be cleared for the next sport until uniforms are turned in.

    Attention Girls Softball - Due to weather conditions, softball conditioning has been canceled for today. Plan on returning this Wednesday at 4:30 PM here at the high school field.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:
    Talk show host and TV producer, Oprah Winfrey, grew up in poverty and faced many obstacles during her childhood. Despite these challenges, she held on to her dreams and set goals for herself. She proved that determination and hard work could take her where she wanted to go.

    IF YOU BELIEVE IT - YOU CAN DO IT!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Zachary Woltanski

     

    Friday, October 16, 2020 

    Just a Couple of Reminders:

    - Girls Softball workouts begin Monday, October 19th at 4:30 PM on the school field.

    - Girls Soccer tryouts begin Monday, October 19th from 4-5:45 PM at Coral Shores. All paperwork needs to be turned into Gabe Campa to try out.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:


    5 BY 5 RULE

    If it’s not going to matter in 5 years, don’t spend more than 5 minutes being upset by it! Your time is much more valuable!

    Hurricane WEEKEND Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Ms. Haddad

    Alexis Terry

    Jasmine Valdes

    Hailey Kent

    Alyssa Webb

    Elizabeth Hagenbucher

     

    Thursday, October 15, 2020

    There will be a VIRTUAL Key Club meeting TODAY after school. Be sure to join the meeting through the google meet link on google classroom. The google classroom code to join is lvsjpax or drop by Ms. Betancourt’s classroom 2-206 to be added. Hope to see you there!

    Attention all new & returning Interact Members - It is very important that you join our REMIND group (text @cshsintera to 81010) AND follow us on Instagram at cshs.interact.  New information and community service opportunities will be shared through these outlets.  Rotary/Interact = Service Above Self.  If you have any questions, please reach out to
    Jules Powers or Mrs. Truesdale.

    Reminders:

    - Girls Softball workouts begin Monday, October 19th at 4:30 PM on the school field.

    - Girls Soccer tryouts begin Monday, October 19th from 4-5:45 PM. All paperwork needs to be turned into Gabe Campa to try out.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:
    Don’t be a sinking ship

    Ships don’t sink because of the water around them—ships sink from the water that gets in them.  Don’t let what’s happening around you get inside you and bring you down!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Adan Gomez

    Natalie Turner

    Christopher DeFonzo

     

    Wednesday, October 14, 2020

    Attention all new & returning Interact Members - It is very important that you join our REMIND group (text @cshsintera to 81010) AND follow us on Instagram at cshs.interact.  New information and community service opportunities will be shared through these outlets.  Rotary/Interact = Service Above Self.  If you have any questions, please reach out to
    Jules Powers or Mrs. Truesdale.

    Get ready! Girls Softball workouts begin Monday, October 19th at 4:30 PM on the school field. Be there if you want to be part of something great! Coach Bonee’

    Attention Girls Soccer - Tryouts begin Monday, October 19th from 4-5:45 PM. All paperwork needs to be turned into Gabe Campa to tryout. Today is the last day for conditioning at Founders Park if interested. Bring cleats and running shoes. We’re looking forward to a great season.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:
    Showing Respect to Others: George Washington was a great leader who understood how peers influence us, for better or for worse. He also understood the need to treat one another with civility and respect. To make for a pleasant environment at school you should always show respect to your teachers and peers.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Brandon Turner

     

    Tuesday, October 13, 2020

    Attention all new & returning Interact Members - It is very important that you join our REMIND group (text @cshsintera to 81010) AND follow us on Instagram at cshs.interact.  New information and community service opportunities will be shared through these outlets.  Rotary/Interact = Service Above Self.  If you have any questions, please reach out to
    Jules Powers or Mrs. Truesdale.

    Get ready! Girls Softball workouts begin Monday, October 19th at 4:30 PM on the school field. Be there if you want to be part of something great! Coach Bonee’

    Attention Girls Soccer - Tryouts begin Monday, October 19th from 4-5:45 PM. All paperwork needs to be turned into Gabe Campa to tryout. We will have two more days of conditioning, October 13th & 14th, at Founders Park if interested. Bring cleats and running shoes. We’re looking forward to a great season.

    Final Reminder – TOMORROW, October 14th, “A-Day” students will be taking the PSAT and SAT tests. Please arrive on time. You should have received your room assignment and report directly to your testing room on Wednesday.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day:
    SETTING GOALS FOR THIS SEMESTER - We all need to have goals in life. Today, we want you to think about your goals for this grading period. Are you planning to make some improvements? What are they? How about your behavior? Could it be better? Stop for a minute and think about one specific goal for yourself! Working hard to get good grades will make you feel accomplished and proud of yourself!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Ms. Michelini

    Alexis Kumar

    Kelly Morales

     

    Monday, October 12, 2020

    Your teachers have nominated students that are “doing the right thing.” Your grades and attendance reflect the great decisions you are making. PBIS is rewarding Lucas Dennis, grade 12 and Makayla Hann, grade 9 for “DOING THE RIGHT THING” with a City Hall Gift Certificate. Your 6th period teacher has your certificate. Thank you for being outstanding students!

    What a great win Friday night, as your football Hurricanes defeated True North Academy 49-43. It was a hard fought battle to the end. Chris Cooper had an outstanding night with 22 carries for 184 yards, 1 reception for 13 yards, and 3 TD's; Lucas Dennis had 23 carries for 132yards, 2 TD's, plus a kick-off return for 80 yards. Great job to all of our football team for a job well done. Please join the Canes this week as we face Palm Glades Academy. The Canes are looking to advance to 3-0 with your support right here at home. GO CANES!!!

    Reminder – This Wednesday, October 14th, “A-Day” students will be taking the PSAT and SAT tests. Please arrive on time. You should have received your room assignment and report directly to your testing room on Wednesday.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Victor Franchini

    Geraldine Villegas

     

    Friday, October 9, 2020 - UPDATED

    Your teachers have nominated students that are “doing the right thing.” Your grades and attendance reflect the great decisions you are making. PBIS is rewarding Rebecca Sheffield, 11th grade and Alex Sternberg, 12th grade, for “DOING THE RIGHT THING” with a City Hall Gift Certificate. Your 6th period teacher has your certificate. Thank you for being outstanding students!

    The Lady Canes Varsity Volleyball team played Key West last night for Senior Night. The first set was close 23-25, they came back strong in the second set 25-14, and then lost two close matches 23-25 and 22-25. They will move onto District Semi- Finals against Westminster Christian on Tuesday at 4:30 at Westminster Christian. Highlights of last night game: Riley Dobson with 15 kills, Zoe Meyers with 11 kills and 4 solo blocks and 8 assisted blocks, Karina Betancourt with 8 kills, Kate Johnson with 6 kills, Elise Jordan with 4 kills, Bekky Valenzuela with 3 kills and  25 assists,  Sam Martinez with 34 digs, Emma Brower with 12 assists.

    The JV volleyball team beat Key West last night in two games. Returner, Cloe Durham, had a stand out game with 13 digs and excellent serve receive. Mikaela Sinnamon added 6 kills. Jenna Castillo had 6 kills along with 3 service aces. Lana Tiedeman led the team assists adding 12 for the night. Congrats Lady Canes!

    Environmental Club will be meeting on Wednesday, October 14th after school in
    Ms. Rosenow’s Room 4-105.  All students should join the groups remind by texting @CSEnviro to 81010. B-Day students will be able to join the meeting via Google Meet.

    Good luck to our Varsity Football Team tonight as they take on True North Academy. Over 100 tickets will be available at the gate—first come, first serve—good luck Canes!

    Reminders:

    - This Monday, October 12th is an Early Release Day – Please check the bell schedule.

    - On Wednesday, October 14th, “A-Day” students will be taking the PSAT and SAT tests. Please arrive on time. You will receive your room assignment and will report directly to your testing room.

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day
    A quote from Tim Tebow: “What I can control: Something I learned early is to not worry about what I can’t control… but what I CAN control is my attitude, my effort, and my focus every single day!”

    Hurricane WEEKEND Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Mr. Funk

    Ms. Gonzalez

    Joseph Stubblefield

    Jessi Lalanne

    Pedro Perez

    Emily Haroun-Kafie

    Abigail Sebben

    Valeria Gonzalez

    Kirstin Malloggi

    Steel Mientkiewicz

     

    Thursday, October 8, 2020

    There will be a Key Club meeting TODAY right after school in Room 2-206. If you can’t meet in person, feel free to join the meeting through the Google Classroom meet link. Hope to see you there!

    Attention Girls Weightlifting – There will be an informational meeting TODAY after school in the PE classroom. See Coach Hamilton if you are unable to attend.

    Environmental Club will be meeting on Wednesday, October 14th after school in
    Ms. Rosenow’s Room 4-105.  All students should join the groups remind by texting @CSEnviro to 81010. B-Day students will be able to join the meeting via Google Meet.

    There has been a change for picture makeup day THIS Friday! If you are a SENIOR who missed both of the previous picture days, you CAN come to the PAC on Friday between 8am-10:20am for your tux or drape photos.

    Underclassmen who missed BOTH of the previous pictures days may come to the PAC on Friday between 10:20am-12:35pm to have your picture taken. This is not a retake day. It is ONLY for students who missed picture day!

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day
    Imagination for a bright future: Just because the past did not turn out how you hoped it would does NOT mean the future can’t be better than you imagined!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Steven Wilson

     

    Wednesday, October 7, 2020

    Last night the Lady Canes took on Mater Academy and played a hard-fought game. The girls rallied back and forth on some very long volleys—they never gave up and continued to do their best. Thursday night is SENIOR NIGHT against Key West - JV 4:00 PM and Varsity 5:30 PM – this is the LAST game of the season. Next Monday is Quarter Finals District game at Everglades Prep at 4:30pm. Go Lady Canes!

    Miss Abbott is starting a National Art Honor Society here at Coral Shores. You must have had at least one year of High School Art with an “A” average, a 3.0 GPA, and good attendance and behavior to participate in the club. If you love art and need community service hours, stop by the art room for more details. Our first meeting will be virtual on Wednesday, October 28th after school. 

    Attention Key Club – If you are a past member, check your keysstudents email for an invitation into the google classroom page. If you do not see an invitation, see one of the officers or
    Ms. Betancourt in room 2-206 to be added. If you are interested in joining, please attend our first meeting this week on Thursday, October 8th in room 2-206. Hope to see you there!

    Attention Girls Weightlifting – There will be an informational meeting TOMORROW after school in the PE classroom. See Coach Hamilton if you are unable to attend.

    There has been a change for picture makeup day this Friday! If you are a SENIOR who missed both of the previous picture days, you CAN come to the PAC on Friday between 8am-10:20am for your tux or drape photos.

    Underclassmen who missed BOTH of the previous pictures days may come to the PAC on Friday between 10:20am-12:35pm to have your picture taken. This is not a retake day. It is ONLY for students who missed picture day!

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day
    If it is important to you, you will find a way. If it is not, you will find an excuse.

    Make priorities in your life and you will find a way to succeed!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Joel Gutierrez

    Dylan Marguet

    Hunter Marguet

    Cole Davis

    Kaylee Karner

     

    Tuesday, October 6, 2020

    Miss Abbott is starting a National Art Honor Society here at Coral Shores. You must have had at least one year of High School Art with an “A” average, a 3.0 GPA, and good attendance and behavior to participate in the club. If you love art and need community service hours, stop by the art room for more details. Our first meeting will be virtual on Wednesday, October 28th after school. 

    Attention Key Club – If you are a past member, check your keysstudents email for an invitation into the google classroom page. If you do not see an invitation, see one of the officers or
    Ms. Betancourt in room 2-206 to be added. If you are interested in joining, please attend our first meeting this week on Thursday, October 8th in room 2-206. Hope to see you there!

    Girls - Do you want to be part of something great? Then plan on playing softball—conditioning and preparation for the season will begin the week of October 19th. Please see the athletic trainer, Gabe Campa, for your paperwork and clearance! Hope to see you there!

    Attention Girls Weightlifting – There will be an informational meeting THIS Thursday, October 8th after school in the PE classroom. See Coach Hamilton if you are unable to attend.

    There has been a change for picture makeup day this Friday! If you are a SENIOR who missed both of the previous picture days, you CAN come to the PAC on Friday between 8am-10:20am for your tux or drape photos.

    Underclassmen who missed BOTH of the previous pictures days may come to the PAC on Friday between 10:20am-12:35pm to have your picture taken. This is not a retake day. It is ONLY for students who missed picture day!

    Reminder: Beginning of the Year Forms are past due. These forms are a new online process and  REQUIRED by each student. A link was sent to your student email account. Forms were due September 30th—please complete THIS week. If you have any questions, please stop by the front office.

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day
    There will be obstacles. There will be doubters. There will be mistakes…but with hard work, there are NO limits!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Kaysie Cline

    Tina Matus

    Mia Milchman

     

    Monday, October 5, 2020

    Congrats to the football team on their 41-0 win over Marathon last Friday. Hats off to our outstanding Defense led by Dominick Monteagudo and Offense led by Quarterback Brian Lesko, who had an outstanding night—he went 6 of 9 for 150 yards and 3 touchdowns, Chris Cooper ran for 144 yards on 5 carries and 2 touchdowns; Dennis Lucas 4 for 33 with receiving 2 touchdowns; Osvaldo Vega ran for 65 yards on 3 carries; Noah Butler had 2 receptions for 76 yards and 1 touchdown. Great job Hurricanes!

    This week’s home football game with True North Academy will start at 7 PM. There are very limited tickets available due to social distancing requirements. You can check with football players, Canettes, and cheerleaders to see if they have leftover tickets from their allotments. We will have a few tickets for sale at both lunches on Friday.

    Attention Seniors – This is a reminder that you DO NOT need to send transcripts to colleges you apply to through the CommonApp! The college counselor, Mrs. Harris, will be uploading these transcripts electronically.

    Girls - Do you want to be part of something great? Then plan on playing softball—conditioning and preparation for the season will begin the week of October 19th. Please see the athletic trainer, Gabe Campa, for your paperwork and clearance! Hope to see you there!

    Attention Girls Weightlifting – There will be an informational meeting THIS Thursday, October 8th after school in the PE classroom. See Coach Hamilton if you are unable to attend.

    Any underclassmen who missed picture day can attend our makeup day THIS Friday,
    October 9th from 8am-12:15pm in the PAC. This is NOT for re-takes—it is only for underclassmen who missed the first picture day.

    A couple of reminders:

    – Tomorrow is an early release day – make sure to check the school schedule

    – Beginning of the Year Forms are past due. These forms are a new online process and  REQUIRED by each student. A link was sent to your student email account. Forms were due September 30th—please complete THIS week. If you have any questions, please stop by the front office.

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day
    Michael Jordan said: I’ve missed 9000 shots, I’ve lost almost 300 games,

    26 times I’ve been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed! I’ve failed over and over and over again in my life—that is why I succeed.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Kaya Sena

     

    Friday, October 2, 2020

    The Lady Canes played Florida Christian last night – they won the first set 27-25, fell by 2 points in the second set 23-25, and 20-25 in 3rd and 4th set. They played a long 4 sets and never gave up. Both the JV and Varsity Lady Canes will be taking on Westminster Christian tomorrow at 3:00 pm. Go Lady Canes!!

    Attention anyone in interested in Boys Soccer – Please meet in Mr. Bosque’s room
    (Room 2-108) after school today for an information meeting.

    Attention Seniors – Registration is open for both Bright Futures and FAFSA…. FAFSA generates the Pell Grant (money you don’t have to pay back) and student loans. Many scholarship organizations will require you to fill out the FAFSA. Look on the main bulletin board for directions to register for both.

    Attention Students Taking the SAT TOMORROW - Please line up outside the Wrenn Street door of the Media Center by 7:30am for check-in. Due to the corona virus conditions students will be asked to wear a mask for the duration of the test and practice social distancing. You will need your registration ticket, picture ID, calculator, and pencils. Please be aware that students are expected to bring their own calculators and pencils—they will not be provided. Snacks and water are optional. If you have any questions please see Ms. Robin Fry in Room 4-204.

    Attention Key Club Members – If you are a past member, be on the lookout this upcoming week for an invite into the Key Club google classroom. If you would like to join as a new member, please drop by Ms. Betancourt’s classroom, room 2-206, so she can add you to the google classroom. Meetings and other announcements will be there. Be sure to join us in our first meeting next week on Thursday, October 8th.

    Attention Girls Weightlifting – There will be an informational meeting next Thursday, October 8th after school in the PE classroom. See Coach Hamilton if you are unable to attend.

    Students with Chrome Books – Please be aware if you are using a school-issued chrome book, YOU are responsible for its condition. If you break or damage a computer, or it is lost, you will be financially responsible for repairing or replacing the computer. Please be careful!

    Any underclassmen who missed picture day can attend our makeup day on October 9th from 8am-12:15pm in the PAC. This is NOT for re-takes—it is only for underclassmen who missed the first picture day.

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day


    Be Kind to Others

    Nice words are free, so choose words that please another's ears. It doesn't cost anything to speak kindly to others! Take the time out of your day to be nice!

    Hurricane WEEKEND Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Katerine Garcia

    Chrislyn Lowell

     

    Wednesday, October 1, 2020

    Attention Seniors! TODAY opens the registration for both Bright Futures and the FAFSA….The FAFSA generates the Pell Grant (money you don’t have to pay back) and student loans. Many scholarship organizations will require you to fill out the FAFSA also. Look on the main bulletin board for directions to register for both.

    Attention Students Taking the SAT on Saturday,Oct. 3rdh.  Please line up outside the Wrenn Street door of the Media Center by 7:30am for check-in.  Due to the corona virus conditions students will be asked to wear a mask for the duration of the test and practice social distancing.  You will need your registration ticket, picture ID, calculator, and pencils.  Please be aware that students are expected to bring their own calculators and pencils.  They are not provided on the day of the test.  Snacks and water are optional.  If you have any questions please see Ms. Robin Fry, 4204.

    Take Stock in Children will be accepting applications until THIS FRIDAY, October 2nd,  so make sure to see Mrs. Hager in Pod 1 if you have any questions

    Attention Key Club members: If you are a past member be on the lookout this upcoming week for an invite into the Key Club google classroom. If you would like to join as a new member please drop by Ms. Betancourt’s classroom, room 2-206, so she can add you to the google classroom. Meetings and other announcements will be there. Be sure to join us in our first meeting next week on Thursday October 8th.

    The Lady Canes Volleyball team will be taking on Florida Christian today – JV 4:00 and Varsity 5:30.  Not all players are using their 2 allotted spots for the bleachers. Please see Coach Ets-Hokin or Mr. Russell if you would like to attend the game. We would love to have more fans in the stands. Go Lady Canes!

    Attention Girls Weightlifting – There will be an informational meeting next Thursday, October 8th after school in the PE classroom. See Coach Hamilton if you are unable to attend.

    “Any underclassmen who missed picture day can attend our makeup day on October 9 from 8am-12:15pm in the PAC. This is not for retakes, it is only for underclassmen who missed the first picture day.”

    If you checked out a Library book last year and have not returned it, you have until THIS Friday to bring it back without a penalty. After Friday, books will be marked as lost, and it will become an obligation in your records. See Mrs. Haddad if you have any questions or if there is a specific reason you are unable to return your book before Friday.

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day
    BE YOUR OWN PERSON!

    To be a courageous human being can simply mean following your heart instead of following the group. Sometimes being courageous is nothing more than being your own person and thinking for yourself.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Maglyn Rae Scoot

    Arber Arpai

    Maglyn Rae Scott

    Ila Gorman

    Leif Diaz

    Isaac Holmes

     

     

    Wednesday, September 30, 2020

    The Lady Canes remain undefeated with a record of 5-0 after fighting hard with 5 sets for their win last night against LaSalle. Highlights were: Riley Dobson with 9 aces, 13 kills, 5 blocks; Elise Jordan with 3 aces, 8 kills, and 9 big blocks; Kate Johnson 6 kills, and 13 blocks; Karina Betancourt with 7 kills; Bekky Valenzuela with 5 kills; 18 assists, Ava Swanson with 5 blocks, and Emma Brower with 8 assists. The Lady Canes will take on Florida Christian on Thursday here in our gym: JV 4:00 and Varsity 5:30. Go Lady Canes!

    Attention Seniors Applying to College – An important message from Ms. Harris: I have noticed several of you applying to Florida State under REGULAR decision, which the deadline is in March. This will severely limit your chances of being accepted. You MUST apply for the Dec. 1st deadline!

    Take Stock in Children will be accepting applications until THIS FRIDAY, October 2nd,  so make sure to see Mrs. Hager in Pod 1 if you have any questions

    Attention all boy basketball players! There will be a mandatory basketball meeting TODAY at 5:15 pm in the basketball gym. Again, 5:15 pm TODAY, ALL BOYS that want to try out for the basketball team – this is a pre-season meeting. See you there.

    Attention Girls Weightlifting – There will be an informational meeting next Thursday, October 8th after school in the PE classroom. See Coach Hamilton if you are unable to attend.

    Attention Students Taking the SAT this Saturday, October 3rd.  Please line up outside the Wrenn Street door of the Media Center by 7:30am for check-in. Due to the corona virus conditions, students will be asked to wear a mask for the duration of the test and practice social distancing. You will need your registration ticket, picture ID, calculator, and pencils. Please be aware that students are expected to bring their own calculators and pencils—they are not provided on the day of the test. Snacks and water are optional.  If you have any questions please see Ms. Robin Fry, 4-204.

    If you checked out a Library book last year and have not returned it, you have until THIS Friday to bring it back without a penalty. After Friday, books will be marked as lost, and it will become an obligation in your records. See Mrs. Haddad if you have any questions or if there is a specific reason you are unable to return your book before Friday.

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day

    Former President John F. Kennedy shares these words:

    In a time of turbulence and change, it is more true than ever that knowledge is power.

    Every day you have the opportunity to increase your knowledge and therefore increase your power in the world. In a rapidly changing world, we need bright and powerful human beings to make the positive changes!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Marlin Ellis

     

     

     Tuesday, September 29, 2020 - REVISED

    Congrats to everyone that ran for an office you all did amazing. Here are your 2020-2021 Class Officers!

     

    Seniors:

    President: Zareska Mazola

    VP: Riley Dobson

    Treasurer: Lucia Rodriguez

    Secretary: Andrea Galvan

     

    Juniors:

    President: Haley De La Torre

    VP: Harmony Holmquist

    Treasurer: Zippy Lesko

    Secretary: Stella Court

     

    Sophomores:

    President: Ellie Carroll

    VP: Kendal Bulkiewicz

    Treasurer: Keegan Wittke

    Secretary: Morgan Bailey

     

    Freshmen:

    President: Leyla Ochoa

    VP: Iona Holmquist

    Treasurer: Madison Vandiver

    Secretary: Isabella Malloggi

    Attention Seniors Applying to College – An important message from Ms. Harris: I have noticed several of you applying to Florida State under REGULAR decision, which the deadline is in March. This will severely limit your chances of getting accepted. You MUST apply for the Dec. 1st deadline!

    Take Stock in Children will be accepting applications until THIS FRIDAY, October 2nd,  so make sure to see Mrs. Hager in Pod 1 if you have any questions

    Attention all boy basketball players! There will be a mandatory basketball meeting THIS WEDNESDAY at 5:15 pm in the basketball gym. Again, 5:15 pm on Wednesday, ALL BOYS that want to try out for the basketball team – this is a pre-season meeting. See you there.

     

     

     

    Attention – Girls Soccer: Please see Coach Gabe or stop by the front office to pick up your sports packet to begin your paperwork. If you need a physical, the AHEC nurse practitioner is available at Coral Shores on Wednesdays and Fridays by appointment only. Conditioning will begin on Monday, October 5th and will take place M-W of that week from 5-6pm at Founders park. No ball needed - please bring running shoes and completed paperwork. Coach Gwilliam can't wait to see you all there!

    If you checked out a Library book last year and have not returned it, you have until THIS Friday to bring it back without a penalty. After Friday, books will be marked as lost, and it will become an obligation in your records. See Mrs. Haddad if you have any questions or if there is a specific reason you are unable to return your book before Friday.

    If you left clothing or shoes under your aquarium in Ms. Rosenow’s room last year, please collect it by Friday, October 2nd.

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day


    Patience Pays - When you're a young person, it can be hard to be patient, especially in a world filled with smart phones, tablets, and high speed computers. Try to find time be enjoy life outside technology. Stop and enjoy your family, friends and life around you!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Lillia Adrian

    Kaila Jorgensen

     

    Monday, September 28, 2020

     

    Your teachers have nominated students that are “doing the right thing.” Your grades and attendance reflect the great decisions you are making… PBIS is rewarding:

    Martin Iverson grade 9 and Lyn Gremonprez grade 12 for “DOING THE RIGHT THING” with a City Hall Gift Certificate. Your 6th period teacher has your certificate. Thank you for being outstanding students!

    Congrats to everyone that ran for an office you all did amazing. Here are your 2020-2021 Class Officers!

    Seniors:

    President: Zareska Mazola

    VP: Riley Dobson

    Treasurer: Lucia Rodriguez

    Secretary: Andrea Galvan

    Juniors:

    President: Haley De La Torre

    VP: Harmony Holmquist

    Treasurer: Zippy Lesko

    Secretary: Stella Court

    Sophomores:

    President: Ellie Carroll

    VP: Kendal Bulkiewicz

    Treasurer: Keegan Wittke

    Secretary: Morgan Bailey

    The Lady Canes Varsity Volleyball team beat Gulliver Saturday. They are 4-0 and taking on LaSalle Tuesday (home) JV 4:00 and Varsity 5:30 and Florida Christian Thursday (home) JV 4:00 and Varsity 5:30. The highlights of Saturdays games: Riley Dobson and Elise Jordan both had 10 kills, Riley had 8 blocks, Elise 9 blocks. Bekky Valenzuela had 6 kills, Kate Johnson had 5 kills, and defensively Samatha Martinez had 21 digs, Bekky 19 digs, and Camryn EtsHokin with 15 assists, and Bekky with 17 assists. Karina Betancourt had 13 digs helping out the defense. They played a hard fought game that went to 4 sets.

     

    Lady Canes Junior Varsity Volleyball team came up short this weekend while visiting Florida Christian Tournament-however newcomer Leann Quick dominated the net with 8 blocks.  Lana Tiedemann and Cloe Durham each added 11 aces, and Iona Holmquist had 12 kills. 

    Attention – Girls Soccer: Please see Coach Gabe or stop by the front office to pick up your sports packet to begin your paperwork. If you need a physical, the AHEC nurse practitioner is available at Coral Shores on Wednesdays and Fridays by appointment only. Conditioning will begin on Monday, October 5th and will take place M-W of that week from 5-6pm at Founders park. No ball needed - please bring running shoes and completed paperwork. Coach Gwilliam can't wait to see you all there!

    If you left clothing or shoes under your aquarium in Ms. Rosenow’s room last year, please collect it by Friday, October 2nd.

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day


    Building Character from the words of former first lady, Eleanor Roosevelt:

    People grow through experience if they meet life honestly and courageously—this is how character is built. 

    Make your experiences ones that you are proud of!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Ms. Truesdale

    Nicolas Rodriguez

    Colin Schmitt

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday, September 25, 2020

     

    Canes today is the day that you will vote for your class officers! Voting will open at 3pm and will stay open until Sunday 6pm. Class officers will be announced on Monday. Go to your graduating class google classroom and vote there. If you are a freshman, you will find the google classroom labeled Freshmen 2024.

    Your teachers have nominated students that are “doing the right thing,” and your grades and attendance reflect the great decisions you are making.

    PBIS is rewarding: Jazmin Pineda and Frank Perlik for “DOING THE RIGHT THING” with a lunch certificate to City Hall Café!

     

    Your 6th period teacher has your certificate! Thank you for being outstanding students!!

    Attention Students Taking the SAT TOMORROW… Please line up outside the Wrenn Street door of the Media Center by 7:30am for check-in.  Due to the corona virus conditions students will be asked to wear a mask for the duration of the test and practice social distancing.  You will need your registration ticket, picture ID, calculator, and pencils. Snacks and water are optional. If you have any questions please see Ms. Robin Fry, 4-204.

    Attention - All students participating in SAT or PSAT testing during the school day in October.

    Dates for the SAT School Day for ALL Seniors, except FSAA, are as follows:

            · A Day – October 14th  - B Day – October 27th

    Dates for PSAT for ALL 9-11th grade students, except FSAA, are as follows:

            · A Day  - October 14th – B Day – October 29th

    More details will follow from your classroom teachers.

    Last night the Varsity Volleyball Lady Canes beat Marathon once again in 3 straight sets. The Lady Canes fought long and hard in the first match 28-26, but came back strong with a vengeance in the second set winning 25-11, and finishing it off winning the third set. It was a total team effort and everyone contributed to the successful night.

     

    The JV Lady Canes also won last night against Marathon being undefeated in all four sets! Kendall Bulkiewicz served 9 aces and Natalie Barajas had 8 aces, while maintaining a steady defense throughout the game. Iona Holmquist was on fire at the net with 10 kills for the night.

     

    Great job Lady Canes! Tomorrow the Lady Canes will be taking on Gulliver here at 1:30.

    If you left clothing or shoes under your aquarium in Ms. Rosenow’s room last year, please collect it by Friday, October 2nd.

     

     

    All present National Honor Society members need to make sure they have checked the NHS Google Classroom page and clicked on their invite. This will be our communication link for the next two weeks until we begin virtual meetings and vote for officers. Any questions, please post on the page.

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day


    Dr. Suess Says: Whenever things go a bit sour, I always tell myself, “You can do better than this!”

    Hurricane Weekend Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Ms. Browning

    Eve Schultz
    Brent Johnson
    Jose Villalobos
    Angelina Bello
    Emily Murphy

     

     CSHS Daily Announcements

    Thursday, September 24, 2020

     

    Congrats to the Varsity Lady Canes Volleyball Team - The Lady Canes won a long, hard-fought battle last night against Key West with 3 wins out of 5 sets. Riley Dobson, Elise Jordan, Karina Betancourt, Kate Johnson, Emma Brower, and Camryn Ets-Hokin with a total of 39 kills and 59 assists and Samantha Martinez picking up 41 digs. Way to go Canes!

     

    The Jr. Varsity Volleyball Team also played Key West for their first season game. Sophomores, Jenna Castillo and Cloe Durham had stand-out games. Jenna produced serval assists and kills at the net, and Cloe ran a tight defense as the team’s libero. Ultimately, the team fell short of the win.

     

    The Lady Canes go on tonight to play away at Marathon – JV at 4:00 and Varsity 6:30 in Marathon. Persistence, Determination and Grit go a long way – keep up the hard work!

    If you left clothing or shoes under your aquarium in Ms. Rosenow’s room last year, please collect it by Friday, October 2nd.

    Attention Juniors or Seniors Interested in Joining the Military After High School – We do NOT have ASVAB exams scheduled yet for this year. Please contact your military branch of interest to schedule a one-on-one ASVAB test in their offices in Miami. Do NOT hold off testing, as we don’t know when or IF there will be a school based exam this year!

    Attention Canettes Dance Team – There will be an important parent/student meeting via Zoom on TODAY at 5:30 PM. Please check your Canettes Google Classroom or keysstudents.net account for login information. Please have a parent and/or student plan on attending.

    Attention Girls Basketball – There will be a brief meeting TODAY at 2:30 PM in the HOPE classroom located next to the Boys Locker Room.

    All present National Honor Society members need to make sure they have checked the NHS Google Classroom page and clicked on their invite. This will be our communication link for the next two weeks until we begin virtual meetings and vote for officers. Any questions, please post on the page.

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day


    Being Grateful: Sometimes we are so busy complaining about what is wrong that we forget to be grateful for what is right.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Colin Campbell

    Eric Barnes

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Tuesday, September 22, 2020

     

    Today is Day #2 of the Sandy Hook Promise Week! Make a new friend today by sending a friend request to someone new on social media!

    Seniors should be working on college applications NOW! Go to commonapp.org to apply to multiple colleges at one time.

    The Lady Canes “squished the fish” yesterday in 3 straight sets. It was an overall effort by all – Kate Johnson 8 kills, Elise Jordan 8 kills, Bekky Valenzuela 8 kills and 18 assists, Riley Dobson 7 kills, Zoe Meyers 3 kills, and Camryn Ets-Hokin 19 assists. The Lady Canes will be taking on the “Conchs” on Wednesday in Key West. The team will be distributing tickets for the games. Each player is gets 2 tickets. IF you would like to attend the next home match, please see Coach Ets-Hokin or Rich Russell. Our next home match is Saturday, September 26th at 1:00 pm vs Gulliver. Go Canes!

    Attention Canettes Dance Team – There will be an important parent/student meeting via Zoom on Thursday, Sept. 24th at 5:30 PM. Please check your Canettes Google Classroom or keysstudents.net account for login information. Please have a parent and/or student plan on attending.

    Attention Girls Basketball – There will be a brief meeting this Thursday, September 24th at 2:30 PM in the HOPE classroom located next to the Boys Locker Room. For details, see
    Coach Meyers.

    Those Juniors that had Mrs. O’Connor last year and still have some of her books please return to the box outside her classroom door and receive a treat.

    Reminder – Tardies and Dress Code are being FULLY enforced this week and going forward.

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day


    CELEBRATING FRIENDSHIP

    One of the most important choices we ever make is choosing our friends. Good friends support us in being our best. Good friends encourage us to do the right thing. They help us through the bad times and celebrate with us during the good times.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To: 
      Cristina Agostini

      Izabella Huffman
      Joseph Veloso

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Monday, September 21, 2020

     

    This is the Sandy Hook Promise Week! We are having a “White Out” this Wednesday. Everyone should wear WHITE on Wednesday. Make some new friends this week and learn how you can help to keep our school safe.

    Attention Girls Basketball – There will be a brief meeting this Thursday, September 24th at 2:30 PM in the HOPE classroom located next to the Boys Locker Room. For details, see
    Coach Meyers.

    All present National Honor Society members need to make sure they have checked the NHS Google Classroom page and clicked on their invite. This will be our communication link for the next two weeks until we begin virtual meetings and vote for officers. Any questions, post on the webpage.

    Tomorrow is Picture Day for “B” Students…

    · 9th and 10th Grade Virtual Students – Report directly to the PAC during your English class.
    · 11th and 12th Grade Virtual Students – Report directly to the PAC during your Social Studies class.


    Seniors – Please check the CSHS website for information on what to wear. Underclassmen – You can preorder your photos from the website link or have proofs sent to the email address you provide on picture day.

    Reminder – Tardies and Dress Code are being FULLY enforced this week and going forward.

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day


    R-E-S-P-E-C-T-

    Earning the respect of others is part of living a successful life. However, before we can earn the respect of others, we must first learn to respect ourselves. In other words - You will not be respected unless you respect yourself! 

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To: 
      Jasmin Johnson

    Nathaniel Pontefract

    Benjamin Carson

    Jenna Loving

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday, September 18, 2020 

    If you are interested in running for a class office, please get in touch with Mrs. Rife in Room
    2-224 TODAY.  If you have already submitted your name, you do NOT need to see Mrs. Rife. We will be holding elections NEXT Friday, September 25th. 

    Cheer Clinic Cancelled for today 3:30-5:00. 

    Contact Coach Hickory Directly with any questions. 

    If you are attending the pre-tryout clinics for Canettes (in the PAC) TODAY please turn in your athletic packets—packets MUST include a notarized Medical Consent form with a copy of your insurance card. You cannot participate without a completed athletic packet. 

    If you have a Library book from last year, you cannot keep it! All Library books may be returned without penalty until October 2nd. Please drop them in the drop box next to the Media Center Courtyard door. After October 2nd books will be marked as lost, assigned as an obligation, and students will be financially responsible for replacement.  If you have any questions please see Ms. Haddad in the Media Center.

    Get ready to smile - Picture Days are next Monday for “B” Day students and next Tuesday for “A” Day students. Seniors – Please check the CSHS website for information on what to wear. Underclassmen – You can preorder your photos from the website link or have proofs sent to the email address you provide on picture day.

     

    Also, we only have 25 of the 2019-2020 yearbooks left—purchases can be made in the front office for $70 each or online at www.yearbookforever.com.

    “Swim Team Practice today is Cancelled! We will resume our normal practices on Monday at Founders. Please make sure your paperwork is submitted and complete before attending practice”

    Next week is the Sandy Hook Promise Week! Keeping our schools safe by seeing something, saying something and also making new friends!

    Attention all Interact Club members - Please join our club remind by texting @cshsintera to 81010. This will help us keep you up to date with all information during this time of social distancing.

    Don’t forget about your Beginning of the Year Forms – This year, an online link was emailed to your student email address and your parent email to complete all beginning of the year forms. Please make sure to complete these forms WITH your parent BEFORE September 30th. Contact the front office if you did not receive the link.

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day


    Dr. Suess Says:

    Whenever things go a bit sour, I always tell myself you can do better than this!!!

     

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To: 
    Even Tiedemann

     

    Weekend Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Karina Betancourt

    Tyler Rodriguez

    Cameron Mandish

    Alisa Mesa

     

     CSHS Daily Announcements

    Thursday, September 17, 2020

     

    If you are interested in running for a class office, please get in touch with Mrs. Rife in Room
    2-224 by TOMORROW.  If you have already submitted your name, you do NOT need to see Mrs. Rife. We will be holding elections NEXT Friday, September 25th. 

    If you are attending the pre-tryout clinics for Canettes or Cheerleading TOMORROW, please remember to turn in your athletic packets—packets MUST include a notarized Medical Consent form and insurance card. You cannot participate without a completed athletic packet. 

    If you have a Library book from last year, you can’t keep it! All Library books can be returned without penalty until October 2nd. Please drop them in the drop box next to the Media Center Courtyard door. After October 2nd books will be marked as lost, assigned as an obligation, and students will be financially responsible for replacement.  If you have any questions please see Ms. Haddad in the Media Center.

    Get ready to smile - Picture Days are next Monday for “B” Day students and next Tuesday for “A” Day students. Seniors – Please check the CSHS website for information on what to wear. Underclassmen – You can preorder your photos from the website link or have proofs sent to the email address you provide on picture day.

     

    Also, we only have 25 of the 2019-2020 yearbooks left—purchases can be made in the front office for $70 each or online at www.yearbookforever.com.

    Don’t go hungry - School meals are FREE to ALL students through December. This includes breakfast, lunch, and a meal to-go at the end of the day for the following virtual day. Meals are available inside and outside of the cafeteria.

    Next week is the Sandy Hook Promise Week! Please check the main bulletin board for a schedule of events! It all starts with “Hello!”

    Attention all Interact Club members - Please join our club remind by texting @cshsintera to 81010. This will help us keep you up to date with all information during this time of social distancing.

    Don’t forget about your Beginning of the Year Forms – This year, an online link was emailed to your student email address and your parent email to complete all beginning of the year forms. Please make sure to complete these forms WITH your parent BEFORE September 30th. Contact the front office if you did not receive the link.

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day


    Talk show host and TV producer, Oprah Winfrey, grew up in poverty and faced many obstacles during her childhood. Despite these challenges, she held on to her dreams and set goals for herself. She proved that determination and hard work could take her where she wanted to go.

    IF YOU BELIEVE IT - YOU CAN DO IT!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To: 
    Isaiah Cosme

    Emily Carlisle

    Keegan Wittke

    Ms. Julia

     

     CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday, September 16, 2020
     

    Welcome back Canes! If you are interested in running for a class office, please get in touch with Mrs. Rife in Room 2-224 by THIS Friday 9/18.  If you have already submitted your name, you do NOT need to see Mrs. Rife. We will be holding elections NEXT Friday, September 25th.  More information will follow when we get closer to elections.

    Get ready to smile - Picture Days are next Monday for “B” Day students and next Tuesday for “A” Day students. Seniors – Please check the CSHS website for information on what to wear. Underclassmen – You can preorder your photos from the website link or have proofs sent to the email address you provide on picture day.

    Don’t go hungry - School meals are FREE to ALL students through December. This includes breakfast, lunch, and a meal to-go at the end of the day for the following virtual day. Meals are available inside and outside of the cafeteria. All students must still complete a free and reduced meal application is on the district website and within your Beginning of the Year forms. Stop by and see your favorite Lunch Lady, they miss you.

    Attention all Interact Club members, please join our club remind by texting @cshsintera to 81010. This will help us keep you up to date with all information during this time of social distancing.

    Don’t forget about your Beginning of the Year Forms – This year, a link was emailed to your student email address and your parent email to complete all beginning of the year forms. Please make sure to complete these forms WITH your parent BEFORE September 30th.

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day


    A quote from Albert Einstein – Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To: 
    Konnor Ross

    Nurse Anita

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday, March 11, 2020
     

    Good afternoon Students and Staff: We are excited to announce our 2020-2021 STUCCO Officers! President – Sheila Gonzalez, Vice President – Maggie Scott, Secretary – Katie Holly, and Treasurer – Olivia Rodriguez. CONGRATULATIONS!

     

    Reminder – Senior Superlative photos will be taken TODAY after school in the courtyard.

     

    Seniors – Don’t forget there will be a MANDATORY senior meeting on Tuesday, March 24th at 9:00 am in the PAC. Please make sure to be present. We will go over your Graduation To-Do List and end of the year responsibilities. Don’t miss it!

     

    Course Requests Scheduling Reminder!

    Counselors will be in the media center TOMORROW (during the Professional Day) from
    9-11 AM to assist students in scheduling their courses. Course requests must be completed, signed by student and parent, and turned in to the front office when you return from Spring Break.

     

    Attention Students Who Are Taking the SAT this Saturday: Please park in the Wren Street parking lot, and be outside the Media Center by 7:30 AM. You must have your SAT admission ticket and a valid photo ID in order to be admitted. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE ONE OF THESE TWO ITEMS, YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO TEST. Please bring your own calculator, pencils, water and snacks. Testing will begin at 8:00 am and end around 1:00 pm. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Robin Fry in 4204.

     

    Students who are interested in trying out for the 2020-2021 Canettes Dance Team – Please attend the informational meeting on Tuesday, March 24th at 5 PM in the CSHS Library.

     

    Good luck to our Canes teams today: Tennis Away vs. Key West and Softball Away vs. LaSalle. GO CANES!

     

    Reminder… No school tomorrow or next week. Happy Spring Break!

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day


    The role models in our lives have a powerful influence over our thinking. You too are a role model to someone, so think of the influences you are bestowing on others.

     

    Hurricane Birthday SPRING BREAK Shout-Outs Go To: 
    Oceana Gross

    Erik Eriksen

    Noemi Quezada

    Ryleigh Zebendon

    Elvin Espana

    Carlos Magdaong

    Jasmin Gonzalez

    Sean Wisely

    Dylan Nason

    Quinn Donnelly

    Andrea Lopez

    Nicholas Woods

    Dominic Gonzalez

    Melaina Cavalliere

    Sheily Gongora

    Charles Lane

    Alvin Brown

    Jessica Vandergriff

    Pedro Betancourt

    Andres Cornejo

    Amy Leal

    Ashley Ybarra

    Cameron El-Koury

    Marco Fucaraccio

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday, March 11, 2020
     

    The Canes Tennis team hosted Marathon High School yesterday. Canes “Shout Outs” go to the following: Girls Singles: Lauren Fundyk won 8-3, Emma Kost won 8-4, and Mia DiGiorgio won 8-6. Boys Singles: RJ Lindback won 8-0, Evan Tiedemann won 8-0, Alex Sternberg won 8-1, Joey Lombardo won 8-3, and Jackson Gable won 8-0. Boys Doubles: The team of Bernardo Burga & RJ Lindback won 8-0, and the team of Alex Sternberg & Evan Tiedemann won 8-0. Congratulations Canes Tennis, and good luck tomorrow in Key West!

     

    Congrats to our Coral Shores Track Team vs Key West and Marathon yesterday:

    1st Place went to both Boys and Girls 4x800 teams

    - Boys 4x800 - Jackson, Luke, Simon, and Rualt

    - Girls 4x800 - Ellie, Lisney, Mia, and Ashley

    - 100 Hurdles - 1st Place - Alison Woltanskis

    - Shot Put and Discus - 1st Place - Riley Dobson

    - 800 meters - 1st Place - Ashley Hilson

    Outstanding performances by: Chris Cooper - 100 meters; Javier Hernandez - 100 meters;

    Terran Clayton - 200 meters & 400 meters; Lucia Rodriguez - 100 meters & 200 meters;

    Caroline Althouse - 400 meters; and Angelina Bello - Shot Put and Discus Great Job Canes!

    Seniors - There will be a MANDATORY senior meeting on Tuesday, March 24th at 9:00 am in the PAC.  Please make sure to be present! We will go over your Graduation To-Do-List and end of the year responsibilities. Don’t miss it!

    Course Requests Scheduling Reminder! Students – You should be entering your course requests in FOCUS and turning in your SIGNED course request sheets to the front office. Students who need help entering their course requests can come to the media center after school TOMORROW during lunch. Get it done!

     

    Attention Students Who Are Taking the SAT this Saturday: Please park in the Wren Street parking lot, and be outside the Media Center by 7:30 AM. You must have your SAT admission ticket and a valid photo ID in order to be admitted. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE ONE OF THESE TWO ITEMS, YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO TEST. Please bring your own calculator, pencils, water and snacks. Testing will begin at 8:00 am and end around 1:00 pm. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Robin Fry in 4204.

     

    Good luck to our Canes teams today: Boys Lacrosse Away at Westminster Christian and Girls Lacrosse Away at Key West. GO CANES! (Please note: Girls Softball game is cancelled for today.)

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day


    The best way to tell the kindness of a person is to notice how they treat others when they can’t fight back.

    Hurricane Birthday Weekend Shout-Outs Go To: 
    Titus Rennie

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Tuesday, March 10, 2020
     

    Seniors - There will be a MANDATORY senior meeting on Tuesday, March 24th at 9:00 am in the PAC.  Please make sure to be present! We will go over your Graduation To-Do-List and end of the year responsibilities. Don’t miss it!

    If you are a client with Vocational Rehabilitation, and 16 or older, you are eligible for a FREE Career Camp Thursday, March 26th and Friday, March 27th. This camp will focus on the South Florida Boating Industry. Contact the Vocational Rehabilitation office in Key Largo for more information. 

    Attention – All Students Who Do Not Have 1st or 2nd Period – We will be on a different bell schedule TOMORROW due to the Mental Health Part 3 Course. Second period will begin at 8:25 AM instead of 8:30 AM. Student who come in 3rd period should also report to their classroom at 8:25 AM in order to participate in the course.

     

    Remember – Always check the Special Announcements bulletin board in the front office for special bell schedules, as well as the school website. You are responsible for knowing alternate school and bell schedules.

    Course Requests Scheduling Reminder! Students – You should be entering your course requests in FOCUS and turning in your SIGNED course request sheets to the front office. Students who need help entering their course requests can come to the media center after school TODAY or Thursday during lunch. Get it done!

    Interested in trying out for next year’s Canettes? Please attend the information meeting on Tuesday, March 24th at 5 PM in the CSHS Library. Tryouts Clinic will be Monday, March 30 – Thursday, April 2nd from 4:00-5:30 PM in the CSHS Gym. Final auditions will take place Thursday, April 2nd at 4:00 PM in the gym.

    Good luck to our Canes teams today: Tennis at Home vs. Marathon at 2:00 PM, JV Baseball at Home vs. Key West at 6:00 PM, Softball Away (instead of Home) vs. Somerset Silver Palms, and our Track Team Away vs. Key West. GO CANES!

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day


    Let your smile change the world… but don’t let the world change your smile—your smile can change someone’s day!

     

     

     

     CSHS Daily Announcements

    Monday, March 9, 2020
     

    Interested in trying out for next year’s Canettes?  Please attend the information meeting on Tuesday, March 24th at 5 PM in the CSHS Library. Tryouts Clinic will be Monday, March 30 – Thursday, April 2nd from 4:00-5:30 PM in the CSHS Gym. Final auditions will take place Thursday, April 2nd at 4:00 PM in the gym.

     

    Attention Students Who Are Taking the SAT this Saturday - Please park in the Wren Street parking lot, and be outside the Media Center by 7:30 AM. You must have your SAT admission ticket and a valid photo ID in order to be admitted. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE ONE OF THESE TWO ITEMS, YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO TEST. Please bring your own calculator, pencils, water and snacks. Testing will begin at 8:00 am and end around 1:00 pm. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Robin Fry in 4-204.

     

    Good luck to our Canes teams today: Boys Weight Lifting at Home vs. Marathon at 3:00 PM and Varsity Baseball away at Terra. GO CANES!

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day


    Gratitude

    There are no limits to what you can accomplish, except for the limits you place on your own thinking.

    Hurricane Birthday Weekend Shout-Outs Go To: 
    Diana Diaz

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday, March 6, 2020
     

    Congrats to BOTH our Boys and Girls Track Teams yesterday defeating Monsignor Pace and Somerset Silver Palm: Outstanding performers were:

    ·        100 meters - Javier Hernandez, Chris Cooper & Alexis Terry

    ·        1600 meters - Riley Oakley, Jackson Hilson, Ellie Snodgrass & Lisney Pardo

    ·        400 meters - Terran Clayton, Caroline Althouse, Zander Wolfgram & Khalil Al-Hamid

    ·        800 meters -Riley Oakley, Rault Maska, Michael Holcombe & Lilly Trumbul

    ·        200 meters - Alexis Terry, Terran Clayton & Taniyah Cooper

    ·        3200 meter run - Ellie Snodgrass, Simon Gutierrez & Luke Gutierrez

    ·        Shot Put & Discus - Javier Correa, Kaiden Weinstock & Riley Dobson

    ·        Long Jump - Dhyan Herzberg, Victor Calderon & Daniel Pease

    Way to go Canes!!!

     

    Attention All Students Interested in Canettes Next Year - Please attend the information meeting on Tuesday, March 24th at 5 PM in the CSHS Library. Tryouts Clinic will be Monday, March 30 – Thursday, April 2nd from 4:00-5:30 PM in the CSHS Gym. Final auditions will take place Thursday, April 2nd at 4:00 PM in the gym.

     

    ATTENTION students in 9th through 11th grades: You now have your Course Request sheets along with INSTRUCTIONS and a Curriculum Guide to schedule your courses for next year.

     

     

    If you need help with entering your classes, please READ your instructions. You will also find the times and dates counselors are available after school and during lunches to assist you. Please join us in the Media Center or 4-220 on those dates and times. 

    Answers to many questions you might have are already provided by READING the Curriculum Guide. If you don’t have it handy, you may refer to it on the school’s website.

     

    Counselors will meet with students individually AFTER courses are entered, forms are SIGNED by both parent and student and turned in to the front office drop box. Deadline for entering your schedules is March 25th.

     

    Good luck to our Canes teams today: Boys Lacrosse at home vs. Florida Christian at 5 PM, Girls Softball at home vs. Everglades City at 6 PM, and Varsity Baseball away at Flaming Park. COME OUT & SUPPORT YOUR CANES!

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day


    Gratitude

    Sometimes we are so busy complaining about what is wrong that we forget to be grateful for what is good and right! Take time out of each day to be grateful!

     

     

    Hurricane Birthday Weekend Shout-Outs Go To:

    Lorelei Molina

    Heather Manfre

    Mia Ruiz

    Samantha Simon

    Madeline Langley

    Elizabeth Sanchez

    Brianna Carratala

     

     

     CSHS Daily Announcements

    Thursday, March 5, 2020
     

    Congratulations to the following students for placing first in the financial literacy challenge yesterday afternoon - RJ Lindback, Jessica Koval and Dominic Austin. Each team member won a cash prize of $500 dollars from Keys Federal Credit Union. Team members will advance to the district competition later this month.

     

    Congratulations shout-outs go to the following Canes Tennis Team members against LaSalle yesterday afternoon:  In Boys Singles:  Senior - Joey Lombardo won 8-4, Junior - Alex Sternberg won 8-4, and Sophomore - Evan Tiedemann won 9-7 in overtime.  In the last match of the day, the Boys Doubles team of Alex Sternberg and Evan Tiedemann won 8-3. Come support your Canes Tennis team next week when they host Marathon High School on Tuesday at 2:00 PM!

     

    ATTENTION - ALL STUDENTS INTERESTED IN TRYING OUT FOR THE 2020-2021 CANETTE DANCE TEAM: Please attend the information meeting on Tuesday, March 24th at
    5 PM in the CSHS Library: Tryouts Clinic will be - Monday, March 30 – Thursday, April 2nd from 4:00-5:30 PM in the CSHS Gym. Final auditions will take place Thursday, April 2nd at 4:00 PM in the gym.

     

    ATTENTION students in 9th through 11th grades: You now have your Course Request sheets along with INSTRUCTIONS and a Curriculum Guide to schedule your courses for next year.

     

     

    If you need help with entering your classes, please READ your instructions. You will also find the times and dates counselors are available after school and during lunches to assist you. Please join us in the Media Center or 4-220 on those dates and times. 

    Many of the questions you may have are already provided by READING the Curriculum Guide. If you don’t have it handy, you may refer to it on the school’s website.

     

     

    Counselors will meet with students individually AFTER courses are entered AND SIGNED forms have been turned in to the front office.  Deadline for entering your schedules is March 25th.

     

    If you plan to choose AVID as an elective next year, please complete the online application that can be found on the front page of the Coral Shores website under “Quicklinks.”

     

    Are you a senior planning to attend FKCC after graduation? The college is having an Open House on Tuesday, March 31 at 5:30PM. The office is right next to the bus loop.

     

    Looking for community service hours? Help at the Track meet TODAY from 3:45 – 5:45 PM. See you at the track!

     

    Good luck to our Track Team today at 3 PM against Monsignor Pace!

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day


    Oprah Winfrey says: I think education in POWER. I think that being able to communicate with people is POWER! Always use communication with your teachers to improve your education.

     

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    NONE

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday, March 4, 2020
     

    Congratulations to freshman Josh Dionne for working so hard to get certified in Premiere Pro yesterday! Chayane Cale, Carolina Pinero, Noemi Quesada and Joey Forcine all completed their Microsoft Office Certifications by passing their Excel tests and will receive $250 from Monroe Compute$. Devyn Nason passed his Word certification test too. Congratulations and great job!

     

    Still need to meet your HOPE requirement for graduation? Sign up for SUMMER HOPE in the front office—complete your physical education AND online classwork in 4 weeks instead of one full school year. Upper classmen will receive preference. Remember playing TWO seasons of a high school interscholastic sport (excluding Cheerleading and Canettes) MEETS your HOPE requirement.

     

     

    Attention Gamers - Meet up TODAY in the PAC at 3:30PM. Hope to see everyone there!

     

     

    All Varsity Volleyball players are expected to be in the gym today at 2:40 PM dressed and ready to go for a meeting/learning new equipment. JV Volleyball players will start next Wednesday, March 11th to learn new equipment. Open Gym will start for anyone interested in playing Volleyball on March 25th with proper paperwork. Athletic packet needs to be completed and cleared by trainer Gabe Campa.

    Good luck today to all our Canes team today: Tennis at home vs. LaSalle at 2:30 PM, JV Baseball at home vs. Pine Crest Prep at 4:00 PM, and both the Boys and Girls Lacrosse teams playing their district opponent away at Ransom Everglades. Good Luck Canes!

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day


    Character

    Character isn’t inherited. One builds it daily by the way one thinks and acts, Thought By Thought---Action By Action.

     

     

     

     CSHS Daily Announcements

    Monday, March 2, 2020
     

    If any upcoming seniors would like their senior portraits taken with Melendi Photography then please call the studio as soon as possible to schedule an appointment. The studio is closing THIS MONTH!

     

    If you are a Junior interested in attending a summer seminar at the Coast Guard Academy, come see Mrs. Harris this week. Many seniors are qualified and can receive Bright Futures, but are not registered. If you do not register by graduation, you will lose your money.

     

    Looking for community service hours? See Ms. McGraw in Culinary to work the Woodstock event at Founders Park on Saturday, March 7th from 5-10 PM.

     

    E-Sports Gaming Club is cancelled TODAY—do NOT report today to Mr. J’s room after school. Gamer meet up will be THIS WEDNESDAY in the PAC at 3:30PM. Hope to see everyone there!

     

    Lady Canes Lacrosse took on Gulliver Prep Friday in a hard-fought game. The Lady Canes settled into a 9-5 disadvantage with not even ten minutes left in the game. Goals coming from Kaylee Stoky with 5, Ava Swanson with 2, and Alexis Martin with 1. The Lady Cane ended the game in a 9-8 loss, but that didn’t stop the comeback from happening. Way to go Lady Canes!

     

    Our next game is Wednesday at Ransom Everglades at 7:30pm.

     

    Coral Shores participated last Saturday at the Spartan Invitational with more than 20 schools in attendance.

    Our Canes had some outstanding performances by the following:

    -4x100 Meter Relay - Maya-Terran-Alexis-Taniyah with 5th Place

    -Shot Put - Riley Dobson with 8th place AND broke her school record with a throw of 34.8 feet

    -100 Meters – Alexis Terry broke the school record with a time of 13.1


    Personal Best Performances By:

    -Riley Oakley in the 800 meters  2:07 and the Mile 4:57

    -Rualt Maska in the 800 meters 2:25 and the Mile 5:25

    -Terran Clayton - in the 400 meters 1:04

    -Caroline Althouse -in the  400 meters 1:07

    -Lisney Pardo - in the Mile 6:42 and the Two Mile 14:51

    -Lucas Dennis in the 100 meters 11.6

    -Javier Hernandez in the 100 meters 11.9

    -Nahan Valverde in the 100 meters 12.5

     

    Awesome Job Canes!!!

     

    Good luck to our Canes teams today! Girls Softball playing SLAM at Home at 5:30 PM and Boys Weightlifting away at Marathon. Go Canes!

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day


    Doing our Best!

    You can’t win all of the time. As long as you are doing the BEST you can… that is what is most important.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Charles Jacobsen

    Paola Valcarcel

    Donovan Hassen

     

     

     

     
     
     


     CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday, February 28, 2020
     

    Looking for community service hours? See Ms. McGraw in Culinary to work the Woodstock event at Founders Park on Saturday, March 7th from 5-10 PM.

     

    Congratulations to the Canes Tennis team!

     

    On Wednesday, the Canes Tennis Team played “power house” LaSalle in Key Biscayne. Sophmore Evan Tiedemann started the Canes off with an 8-4 win. Junior Alex Sternberg won a hard fought match 8-4. Girls Doubles Team, Marlie Cakans and Harmony Holmquist, played a long match pulling off an 8-7 win in overtime. The Girls Doubles Team of Lauren Fundyk and Hannah Prescher won their doubles match 8-4. The Boys Doubles Team of Alex Sternberg and Evan Tiedemann closed out with an 8-4 win. 

     

    Yesterday, the team played their district rival, Key West High School, and came home with a slew of wins! In Girls Singles: Marlie Cakans won 8-5, Hannah Prescher won 8-3, and Lauren Fundyk won 8-3. In Canes Boys Singles: Bernardo Burga won 8-1, RJ Lindback won 8-3, Alex Sternberg won 8-1, Evan Tiedemann won 8-1, and Jackson Gable won 8-2. In Doubles, the team of Bernardo Burga and RJ Lindback almost had a shutout with an 8-1 win, Doubles Team of Alex Sternberg and Evan Tiedemann won with a strong finish of 8-1, and Hannah Prescher and Lauren Fundyk cinched up the Canes winning streak with an 8-3 win!

     

    Great job Canes!

     

    E-Sports Gaming Club Meetup will be on March 4th In the PAC at 3:30PM. All students are welcome to come after school, and bring your own console, device or gaming system. It will be a bring-your-own device event! Monitors will be provided, and stations will be set up to play. If you wish to come please stop by Mr. J’s class room to add your name to the list. Hope to see everyone there!

     

    Good luck to all our Canes teams today! JV & Varsity Baseball at home against Hialeah Educational Academy and to our Lacrosse teams at their away games against Gulliver Prep.

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day


    Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do.

    Hurricane Weekend Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Ms. Ashley

    Peter Reinoso

    Yadier Rosales

    Jessie Smith

    Saldivar, Marcus

     

     CSHS Daily Announcements

    Tuesday, February 25, 2020
     

    Today is the Sandy Hook “Take a selfie with a new friend day.” You still have time today!

     

    Tomorrow we will be having a “White Out”….everyone wear white to “White Out Violence.”

     

    Seniors…Many of you still need to register for Bright Futures even if you are not yet qualified. Students going out of state for college should register—and if you return to Florida—it’s like having money in the bank! Check out the new scholarships posted on our webpage.

     

    Attention E-Sports Gamers – Plant to meet up next week Wednesday after school at 3:30PM in Mr. Jiovenetta’s room.

     

    Good luck to the Track team today at 3:00 PM against Marathon. Go Canes!

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day


    Knowing what you know now—would you do the same things over in high school? Keep this in mind every day!  The decisions you make today will affect tomorrow. When you ask yourself would I do the same again – I hope your answer is YES!!!

     

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Shelby Walker

     

     CSHS Daily Announcements

    Monday, February 24, 2020
     

    Today is the start of The Sandy Hook Promise Week 2! Tuesday is “take a selfie with a new friend” and post to Snapchat, and Wednesday is White-Out Violence Day—everyone wear white on Wednesday!

     

    Congratulations to Jayden Ferrell for placing 2nd place in the 2020 Florida Braille Challenge! Jayden tested his brailling skills in 4 different test sessions. Within those testing sessions, Jayden had to produce documents exampling his Comprehension, Accuracy, Fluency, Speed, and Knowledge, which he did, and came out victorious. Way to Go Jayden!

     

    The Lady Canes Lacrosse team took on South Plantation High school Friday night in an exciting game filled with skill and challenges. The Lady canes fought hard against South Plantation coming out with an 8-15 loss. Kaylee Stoky with 4 Goals, Alexis Martin 2 goal, and Ella Marsden and Ava Swanson with 1 goal each. Arianna Oliver with 10 Saves in goal. Way to go Lady Canes!

     

    The boys weightlifting team have their first home meet TONIGHT at 3:30pm in the varsity weight room. Come support your boys weightlifting team against Marathon!

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day


    Do you Know what I “Be”lieve Stands for??

    BE SAFE - BE RESPONSIBLE - BE RESPECTFUL - BE THERE - BE EMPOWERED

     

    If you believe in these 5 things you are a BELIEVER in your school

     

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Bethany Norling

     

     

     CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday, February 21, 2020
     

    Come out tonight for BOTH the Girls and Boys Lacrosse games against South Plantation High School. Girls Start at 5:00pm and boys directly after at 7:00pm. Concession Stand will be open with lots of great snack and food choices and shirts for sale. See you there!

    This weekend is the Nautical Flea Market - If you are interested in community service hours, see Ms. Truesdale to sign up for TODAY’s fruit-kabob making at the Florida Keys Electric Coop from 2:40-4:30 PM.

     

     

    Students who are volunteering at the Nautical Flea Market food tent this weekend should have received their reminder notice. All students need to wear closed-toe shoes and hair tied back. Bring a hat and sunblock.  If you are unable to fulfill your shift, it is your responsibility to find someone to cover your shift. See Mr. Hurst or Mrs. Wischmeier if you have any questions.

     

     

    Good luck to our Boys Wrestling Team at their District Tournament today in Key West!

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day


    Get r’ done…

    Students are often tempted to put things off until tomorrow, but moving your responsibilities forward does not make them go away. In fact, it can make them seem bigger and more stressful.  Don’t wait for tomorrow for what you can do today.

    Hurricane WEEKEND Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Ayshaun Thigpen

    Michele Klein

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Thursday, February 20, 2020
     

    Coral Shores Boys and Girls Track Team had an outstanding performance vs Marathon, Key West, and Slam yesterday at Marathon High School. Boys team came in 2nd and the Girls team came in 3rd.

     

    Outstanding performers were: Chris Cooper, Lucas Dennis, Alexis Terry, Taniyah Cooper,

    Maya Gadea, Caroline Althouse, Terran Clayton, Javier Hernandez, Lilly Trumbul, Riley Oakley, Alison Woltanski, Willem Godtel, Javier Corea, Jackson Hilson, Simon Gutierrez, Michael Holcombe, Dyhan Herzber, and Riley Dobson.

              

    Outstanding job Canes!!!

    The Lady Canes JV Girls Lacrosse Team came off their Home Field yesterday with their first WIN of the season! The Lady Canes JV Team Played the Lady Lourdes Varsity Team and did not back down knowing they were entering an extremely hard game. Lexi leading the team with 2 goals, Ava and Maggie with 1 goal each, Edy with a turnover, and Olivia holding down defense like no other! Way to go girls!

    Students who are volunteering at the Nautical Flea Market food tent this weekend should have received their reminder notice. All students need to wear closed-toe shoes and hair tied back. Bring a hat and sunblock.  If you are unable to fulfill your shift, it is your responsibility to find someone to cover your shift. See Mr. Hurst or Mrs. Wischmeier if you have any questions.

    Looking for a job? Publix and Dairy Queen are currently hiring students! Check them out.

    Good luck to our Varsity Baseball Team as they play LaSalle at St. Thomas University tonight!

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day


    Every minute counts…

    For the most part, whether we ourselves are punctual or not, we expect others to be punctual. We expect movies to begin at show time, planes to take off on time, and ambulances to arrive promptly. Your teachers expect you to be on time as well-- Class time is limited so every minute counts!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Devin Crossen

    Alexandra Hardison

     
    Wedsnesday, February 19, 2020

    There was a great war between the Seniors and Sophomores during last week’s Penny Wars! Congratulations to the Seniors who won with 138 points! The Sophomores were in second with 77 points. The Juniors finished 3rd with 774 points, and the freshman were last with (negative)

    -4,334 points.

    If you picked up a pamphlet for Boy’s State (Junior Boys), please call or text the contact on the back of the pamphlet this week.

    Coral Shores Boys Baseball team fell short in a heartbreaking loss to 7A Power House South Dade last night with a score of 7-6. Your Canes led the game 6-4 in the sixth, but South Dade chipped away in the bottom of the 6th to tie it and then eventually winning it in walk off fashion executing a Squeeze bunt to win the game.

     

    Kyle Richards led the way offensively going 2 for 4 with a double, and 2 runs. Tyler Carlson also contributed with a double, 2 RBIs, and a run. Avery Hall also picked up a double and an RBI, going 1 for 4.

    Coral Shores will be making a formal dedication of our softball field TODAY in our home opener against Ferguson High School (5 PM). Going forward, our softball facility will be known as the Holly Given-Memorial Field. Holly was a three-sport standout for four years at Coral Shores, who was tragically slain in December 2017 in a murder-suicide perpetrated by her ex-boyfriend. Holly played softball for Western Carolina after she graduated from Coral Shores and then returned to the Keys where she was a very active in a number of local causes.

    Good luck to our Tennis, Track, and Weightlifting teams today at their away games!

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day


    Reflect on your Morals

    It takes moral courage for students to stay true to themselves by not participating in activities that go against their personal values, especially when they are afraid of being ridiculed or rejected. Being true to yourself s is much easier when you know who you are and what you stand for.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Hunter Prew

    Kylie Prew

    Rebecca Sheffield

    Dominic Austin

     

     

     

     CSHS Daily Announcements

    Tuesday, February 18, 2020
     

    Congratulations to Freshman - Alondra Apolinario for passing her Adobe Certified Associate test in Premier Pro on Friday and to Bernardo Burga and Daniel Gideon for passing their ACA tests in PhotoShop! They will each get $100 from Monroe Compute$!

    Congratulations to the Boys Baseball team on their 6-5 win yesterday against Sunset. 
    Max Lindsey pitched six innings striking out 10 batters and 6 hits for the win. Dillon Walters came in to close the game out in the 7th allowing a hit and picking up a strike out for the “save.” Josh Minak led the offense with a stellar game going 4 for 4 and scoring a run and driving in 3 RBI. Avery Hall also shined on offense getting on base three times and scoring twice. Dom DiMaggio also picked up 3 hits and an RBI.

     

    And good luck tonight at the South Dade away game!

    Coral Shores will be making a formal dedication of our softball field this Wednesday in our home opener against Ferguson High School (5 PM). Going forward, our softball facility will be known as the Holly Given-Memorial Field. Holly was a three-sport standout for four years at Coral Shores, who was tragically slain in December 2017 in a murder-suicide perpetrated by her ex-boyfriend. Holly played softball for Western Carolina after she graduated and then returned to the Keys where she was a very active in a number of local causes.

    Are you in need of volunteer hours? Then sign up for the Nautical Flea Market Graduation Booth at the Project Graduation table outside of the cafeteria at lunch TOMORROW. Three-hour shifts are available for Saturday and Sunday.

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day

    Plato said, "The first and best victory is to conquer self." Learning to stay on task can be a difficult skill for any of us to master. Using a planner helps us to be organized and stay on track in our classes and our lives.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Bella DiGiorgio

    Dhyan Herzberg

    Bridget Rader

    Natalie Rader

    Kaitlyn Dickerson

    Camille Lahman

    Alyssa Aguiar

    Christopher Hatchell

    Riley Dobson

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Thursday, February 13, 2020
     

    Today’s winner of the Pbis Valentine Candy is… Junior - Katie Holly! Come on down to the office to get your candy.

     

    The Talent Show is TONIGHT! We have singers, dancers, rappers, rockers, and some of your teachers are going to be performing too! Come and support them and the Faculty Senior Scholarship! $5 for students and $10 for adults.

     

    Good luck to our Girls Basketball Team tonight at their regional play-off game at Keys Gate. Go Lady Canes!

     

    Come out and support the Lady Canes Lacrosse Team in their Pre-Season Classic starting at 3:00pm. Food and refreshments in the concession stand will be provided. The Boys Lacrosse Team will follow at 6:30pm with a green vs gold scrimmage to start off their season. See you there!

     

    Community Service hours will only be accepted from the CURRENT school year. Please turn in your hours to Ms. Harris’s box in a timely manner so you don’t lose them!

     

    Attention Culinary Students – Any Senior in Culinary for 3 years should see Ms. McGraw to get your stole for graduation. Stoles are $20.00 each.

     

    Seniors who are applying to the Upper Keys Rotary must include ALL requested attachments on their application or it will not be accepted—this includes an essay, recommendation letters, your FAFSA report, and a financial sheet.

     

    Today’s total for Penny Wars: Seniors - 699, Juniors - 692, Freshman - 570 and Sophomores -245. Great job Sophomores who are in the lead! Tomorrow is the last day, so bring in those pennies.

     

    Don’t forget to stop by the main office and take a guess at the “SWEET heart TARTS” in the jar. Pbis will be presenting the jar this Friday - Valentine’s Day to the person who guesses closest WITHOUT going over.

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day

     

    Focus on what’s right. You’ll be surprised how much good news there really is.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Israel Duran

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday, February 12, 2020
     

    Today’s winner of the Pbis Valentine Candy is… Senior - Julian Baidet! Come on down to the office to get your candy.

     

    Congratulations to Kyla Catarineau for signing her National Letter of Intent to play Women’s Soccer at Greensboro College in North Carolina!

     

    Good luck to the Lacrosse team tonight for their pre-season scrimmage at Key West.

     

    All Girls Lacrosse, Boys Lacrosse, and Softball players who still need to do IMPACT Concussion testing with Coach Campa must meet upstairs in Ms. Signorelli’s computer lab after school today at 2:45 PM.

     

    Today’s total for Penny Wars: Last place is the seniors with - 699 points, third place is the Freshman with - 455 points, second place is the Juniors with - 382 points and currently in first place: Sophomores with - 309 points! Bring in those pennies all week at lunch!

     

    Don’t forget to stop by the main office and take a guess at the “SWEET heart TARTS” in the jar. Pbis will be presenting the jar this Friday - Valentine’s Day to the person who guesses closest WITHOUT going over.

     

    The Prom Flash sale will continue during both lunches TODAY and TOMORROW. Entry is $45 and will go up—don’t miss out!

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day

     

    Friends encourage one another. Be your own best friend and encourage yourself.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Shane Hamilton
    James Warrington

     

     
    CSHS Daily Announcements
    Monday, February 10, 2020
     

    Attention – All Talent Show performers! All of your music must be sent to Javi ASAP! We have a dress rehearsal TOMORROW afternoon from 2:35-5:00 PM. You must attend the dress rehearsal in order to perform! All proceeds go to the Senior Faculty Scholarships. Come and support the students and staff as they entertain you for a good cause!

     

    Attention Students who arrive AFTER 1st Period – We have an alternate bell schedule THIS WEDNESDAY. Make sure you know what time to arrive for school. The schedule is posted online and in the office. Second period BEGINS at 8:25 and third period begins at 10:05.

     

    Congratulations to Ms. Ledoux, the Chamber of Commerce Teacher of the Quarter! Thank you for making your classroom a great place to learn. And belated congratulations to Ali Woltanski and Makena Woolet-Stockton for receiving straight A’s in 2018-2019! You rock!

     

    Congratulations to Luke Gutierrez and Caitlyn Casariego for getting their first Adobe Certified Associate certificates in Premiere Pro and to Gabriela Hernandez and Kevin Robles for passing their exams in Microsoft Word. Steelman Nicoletti earned his tenth certificate passing his Microsoft Technology Associate exam in Windows Operating System Fundamentals.

     

    Your DISTRICT CHAMPION Girls Soccer Team will be hosting the first round of regional competition this TOMORROW at 6 PM. The Upper Keys Foundation has agreed to pay FOR ALL CSHS students to attend for free! Please make plans to come and cheer on your champions.

     

    Key Club is sponsoring Penny Wars at lunch all week! Pennies add points to your score and other coins deduct points so you can sabotage another grade level. The wars are by grade level this year. You can participate at lunch or see Ms. Hamilton to add money for your class. The winner will be announced on Monday! There is a prize for the winning grade level!

     

    Don’t forget to stop by the main office and take a guess at the “SWEET heart TARTS” in the jar. Pbis will be presenting the jar on Valentine’s Day to the person who guesses closest WITHOUT going over.

     

    The Prom Flash Sale is THIS WEEK! Entry will be sold for $45 Tomorrow, Wednesday, and Thursday ONLY! The price WILL go up! Don’t miss out!

     

    Attention Seniors - Everyone should have a completed a FAFSA application by now if you are going to college or a technical school. Otherwise, you might be missing out on up to $6,000 per year! Bright Futures registration also needs completed.

     

    Good luck today to our JV Baseball Team at 4:30 PM and Varsity Team at 7:30 PM. 

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day Great Minds - Words of Eleanor RooseveltGreat minds discuss ideas; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people.

     

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:Kristina AlvarezLillian Rumpf
      
     CSHS Daily AnnouncementsMonday, February 10, 2020
     

    Attention – All Talent Show performers! All of your music must be sent to Javi ASAP! We have a dress rehearsal TOMORROW afternoon from 2:35-5:00 PM. You must attend the dress rehearsal in order to perform! All proceeds go to the Senior Faculty Scholarships. Come and support the students and staff as they entertain you for a good cause!

     

    Attention Students who arrive AFTER 1st Period – We have an alternate bell schedule THIS WEDNESDAY. Make sure you know what time to arrive for school. The schedule is posted online and in the office. Second period BEGINS at 8:25 and third period begins at 10:05.

     

    Congratulations to Ms. Ledoux, the Chamber of Commerce Teacher of the Quarter! Thank you for making your classroom a great place to learn. And belated congratulations to Ali Woltanski and Makena Woolet-Stockton for receiving straight A’s in 2018-2019! You rock!

     

    Congratulations to Luke Gutierrez and Caitlyn Casariego for getting their first Adobe Certified Associate certificates in Premiere Pro and to Gabriela Hernandez and Kevin Robles for passing their exams in Microsoft Word. Steelman Nicoletti earned his tenth certificate passing his Microsoft Technology Associate exam in Windows Operating System Fundamentals.

    Your DISTRICT CHAMPION Girls Soccer Team will be hosting the first round of regional competition this TOMORROW at 6 PM. The Upper Keys Foundation has agreed to pay FOR ALL CSHS students to attend for free! Please make plans to come and cheer on your champions.

     

    Key Club is sponsoring Penny Wars at lunch all week! Pennies add points to your score and other coins deduct points so you can sabotage another grade level. The wars are by grade level this year. You can participate at lunch or see Ms. Hamilton to add money for your class. The winner will be announced on Monday! There is a prize for the winning grade level!

     

    Don’t forget to stop by the main office and take a guess at the “SWEET heart TARTS” in the jar. Pbis will be presenting the jar on Valentine’s Day to the person who guesses closest WITHOUT going over.

     

    The Prom Flash Sale is THIS WEEK! Entry will be sold for $45 Tomorrow, Wednesday, and Thursday ONLY! The price WILL go up! Don’t miss out!

     

    Attention Seniors - Everyone should have a completed a FAFSA application by now if you are going to college or a technical school. Otherwise, you might be missing out on up to $6,000 per year! Bright Futures registration also needs completed.

     

    Good luck today to our JV Baseball Team at 4:30 PM and Varsity Team at 7:30 PM.

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day

     

    Great Minds - Words of Eleanor Roosevelt

    Great minds discuss ideas; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Kristina Alvarez

    Lillian Rumpf

     

     

     CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday, February 7, 2020
     

    Attention TSIC Freshmen – Permission slips for the upcoming college field trip are due TODAY to Mrs. Hager.

     

    Attention Ms. Thiery’s 7th period students testing in Certiport – Go directly to Ms. Signorelli’s lab so you have plenty of time to test. If you can get out of 6th period a little early, go directly to the lab.

     

    Students taking the ACT tomorrow should be at the Wrenn Street entrance of the media center by 7:45 AM. Bring your admission ticket, photo id, #2 pencils, appropriate calculator, snacks and a sweater. See Mrs. Wischmeier if you have any questions.

     

    Your DISTRICT CHAMPION Girls Soccer Team will be hosting the first round of regional competition this Tuesday at 6 PM. The Upper Keys Foundation has agreed to pay FOR ALL CSHS students to attend for free! Please make plans to come and cheer on your champions.

    Yesterday’s championship was the first district championship for our Girls Soccer team since 2000! The head coach of that team was our very own Ms. Dianne Wischmeier, and her assistant was Mr. Chuck Ellsworth. Great job everyone!

     

    Coral Shores Football Banquet will be held at the Islander THIS SUNDAY at 5:30pm. All football players need to arrive by 5:15pm. The cost is free for players and parents is $40.00—that includes an ALL YOU CAN EAT buffet by the water. Please make sure to RSVP by THURSAY to Cshsfootballboosters@gmail.com. or CONTACT Ms. Isis at 786-286-2151. 

     

    Don’t forget to stop by the main office and take a guess at the “SWEET heart TARTS” in the jar. Pbis will be presenting the jar on Valentine’s Day to the person who guesses closest WITHOUT going over.

     

    Prom is just around the corner! The Junior Class will be hosting a LIMITED flash sale next week for prom entry on February 11, 12, and 13 during both lunches. Prom entry tickets are $45. The price will go up, so don’t miss out!

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day

     

    Productivity

    When you have a job to do, sometimes you have to do it little by little, step by step---Once you accomplish your job, you will feel rewarded.

     

     

    Hurricane Weekend Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Zachary Barrett

    Aliyah Evans

    Khalil Al-Hamid

     

     
     CSHS Daily AnnouncementsThursday, February 6, 2020
     
    Attention TSIC Freshmen – Permission slips for the upcoming college field trip are due TOMORROW 02/07/20 to Mrs. Hager. 
    Coral Shores Football Banquet will be held at the Islander on Feb. 9th 5:30pm. All football players need to arrive by 5:15pm. The cost is free for players and parents is $40.00—that includes an ALL YOU CAN EAT buffet by the water. Please make sure to RSVP by THURSAY to Cshsfootballboosters@gmail.com. or CONTACT Ms. Isis at 786-286-2151.  
    Don’t forget to stop by the main office and take a guess at the “SWEET heart TARTS” in the jar. Pbis will be presenting the jar on Valentine’s Day to the person who guesses closest WITHOUT going over. 
    Help support UNICEF Club and buy your Valentine’s Grams this week during lunch. 
    Believe it or not, prom is just around the corner! The Junior Class will be hosting a LIMITED flash sale for prom entry February 11, 12, and 13 during both lunches. Prom entry will be sold for $45 a ticket. The price will go up, so don’t miss out! 
    Project Wisdom Words of the Day KindnessHave you ever thought to tell someone what is special about them?  Take the time out to tell a family member a classmate or a teacher what is special about them!
    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:Ms. Signorelli 
     CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday, February 5, 2020
     

    The Varsity Boys Soccer team won the Semi-Finals District game last night against Marathon 5-1 and will move on to the finals THIS Thursday at home at 6pm. Scoring for the team with
    1 goal each were: Ian Andersen, Ruben Castallano, Theo Harris, Christopher Rodriguez & Zach Webb. Additional congrats to Josh Prince, who once again proved why he is All-County Goalie.

     

    Congratulate the team on hard work that is paying off. Also, be here for the Finals on Thursday to cheer on the team. This would be the FIRST District win in history for our Varsity Boys Soccer team!

     

    Congratulations to the following students who passed their Certiport tests yesterday:

    Ethan Buchanon passed Excel and will get a $250 reward from Monroe Compute$, David Reihing passed Word, and Devyn Nason & Doug Valladares both passed PowerPoint! Great job everyone!

     

    Coral Shores Football Banquet will be held at the Islander on Feb. 9th 5:30pm. All football players need to arrive by 5:15pm. The cost is free for players and parents is $40.00—that includes an ALL YOU CAN EAT buffet by the water. Please make sure to RSVP by THURSAY to Cshsfootballboosters@gmail.com. or CONTACT Ms. Isis at 786-286-2151. 

     

    Don’t forget to stop by the main office and take a guess at the “SWEET heart TARTS” in the jar. Pbis will be presenting the jar on Valentine’s Day to the person who guesses closest WITHOUT going over.

     

    Help support UNICEF Club and buy your Valentine’s Grams this week during lunch.

     

    Believe it or not, prom is just around the corner! The Junior Class will be hosting a LIMITED flash sale for prom entry February 11, 12, and 13 during both lunches. Prom entry will be sold for $45 a ticket. The price will go up, so don’t miss out!

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day

     

    Doing Ones Best

    Choosing to do our best is a special power we ALL have within us.

    Hurricane Weekend Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Coach Russell

    Caityln Casariego

     

     CSHS Daily Announcements

    Tuesday, February 4, 2020
     

    The Lady Canes Basketball team won last night beating Lasalle 62 to 42 in the opening round of districts. Leading the charge was Riley Dobson with 22 points and 15 rebounds. Bekky Valenzuela scored 13 points and 13 rebounds. Lexy Brito and Lucia Rodriguez scored 12 points each. 

     

     The Lady Canes play Gulliver Prep this coming Wednesday at 7:30 in the district semi—come SUPPORT THE TEAM! 

     

    Also, Riley Dobson is ranked 8th in the STATE in rebounds per game with 13.9 and 75th in the nation. Lucia Rodriguez is 14th in the STATE in assists per game with 5.8 and 106th in the nation. Way to go Lady Canes!

     

    Coral Shores Football Banquet will be held at the Islander on Feb. 9th 5:30pm. All football players need to arrive by 5:15pm. The cost is free for players and parents is $40.00—that includes an ALL YOU CAN EAT buffet by the water. Please make sure to RSVP by THURSAY to Cshsfootballboosters@gmail.com. or CONTACT Ms. Isis at 786-286-2151. 

     

    Don’t forget to stop by the main office and take a guess at the “SWEET heart TARTS” in the jar. Pbis will be presenting the jar on Valentine’s Day to the person who guesses closest WITHOUT going over.

     

    Believe it or not, prom is just around the corner! The Junior Class will be hosting a LIMITED flash sale for prom entry February 11, 12, and 13 during both lunches. Prom entry will be sold for $45 a ticket. The price will go up, so don’t miss out!

     

    Seniors – Project Graduation will have a table set up at the cafeteria TOMORROW. Please turn in all forms at money at the table.

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day Dr. Suess says:Whenever things go a bit sour, I always tell myself, you can do better than this.
    Hurricane Weekend Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:Ms. LozanoMs. AtkinZoe MyersZach ArmestoYoendry FerroAngel Gutierrez

     

     CSHS Daily Announcements

    Monday, February 3, 2020
     

    Congratulations to the 20 Coral Shores students who participated in the Super Bowl 54 Half-Time show. Students represented the Canettes, Cheerleading, and the Theater programs. They drove to Miami many times over the past two weeks for rehearsals, and last night, they celebrated their commitment on national television for a worldwide audience of millions! It was truly a once in a lifetime experience!

     

    Believe it or not, prom is just around the corner! The Junior Class will be hosting a LIMITED flash sale for prom entry February 11, 12, and 13 during both lunches. Prom entry will be sold for $45 a ticket. The price will go up, so don’t miss out!

     

    Students interested in volunteering at the food tent for Rotary’s Gigantic Nautical Flea Market need to sign up on the posters in pod 4b outside Mrs. Wischmeier’s room this week. This is the last reminder on the announcements.

     

    Seniors – Project Graduation will have a table set up at the cafeteria every Wednesday until the end of the month. Please turn in all forms at money at the table.

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day A quote from Kobe Bryant-The most important thing is to try and inspire people so they can be great in whatever they want to do!

     

    Hurricane Weekend Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:Angelina AcevedoDana BanksNicole BetancourtWillem GodtelElier JuvierClayton Conley

     

     

     CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday, January 31, 2020
     

    All Students - Please remember to park ONLY in designated parking spaces for all after school athletics and other after school activities. Parking on grass or gravel areas is prohibited—those areas have underground electrical and gas lines that could be damaged.

     

     

    Please congratulate the Lady Canes weightlifting team for placing 10th out of 16th teams in the Regional weightlifting meet. Amber Stevens placed 3rd in the district in her weight class. Emma Lovell and Brooke Barrow placed 6th in their weight classes. Laira Gomer placed 8th, Kaylee Jansen and Emily Brazil placed 9th in their weight classes. Everyone did an amazing job!!

     

    TODAY is the LAST DAY you will be able to sign up for the Teacher and Student Talent Showcase. See Mrs. Andersen 2-216 if you want to sign up. The show is Thursday February 13th at 7:00 pm.

     

    Please join the Environmental Club TOMORROW from 10AM until noon for a cleanup at Harry Harris. Everyone is welcome to attend.

     

    Rotary’s Gigantic Nautical Flea Market will be February 22nd & 23rd at Founder’s Park.  Students interested in working a shift at the food tent should sign up on the posters outside
    Mrs. Wischmeier’s room in pod 4b. This is a great way to earn community service hours!

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day

     

    Values

    The most valuable things you will ever own are things you cannot touch or see, like a good heart or a brilliant mind.

     

     

    Hurricane Weekend Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Elise Jordan

    Juan Gonzalez

    Daniela Ciriaco

    Fabio Duraku

    Saul Gonzalez

     

    CSHS Daily AnnouncementsThursday, January 30, 2020
     
    All Students - Please remember to park ONLY in designated parking spaces for all after school athletics and other after school activities. Parking on grass or gravel areas is prohibited—those areas have underground electrical and gas lines that could be damaged.

     

    Attention Seniors who have taken Digital Video Honors previously but are not in the class this year… If you would like an honors stole for graduation, please see Mrs. Thiery. The one and ONLY order will be placed on Feb 7th.

     

    Attention Seniors in Take Stock In Children - There is a mandatory meeting in the media center TODAY—see Mrs. Hager to sign up for your session.

     

    Seniors – You and your parents can meet with Herff Jones TODAY from 4:00-6:00 PM. Please make sure to adhere to the deadlines for ordering cap and gowns so they arrive on time for graduation. If you are unable to meet with Herff Jones TODAY, please contact them directly.

     

    Last Call! Friday is the LAST DAY you will be able to sign up for the Teacher and Student Talent Showcase. See Mrs. Andersen 2-216 if you want to sign up. The show is Thursday February 13th at 7:00 pm.

     

    Please join the Environmental Club this Saturday from 10AM until noon for a cleanup at Harry Harris. Everyone is welcome to attend.

     

    Rotary’s Gigantic Nautical Flea Market will be February 22nd & 23rd at Founder’s Park.  Students interested in working a shift at the food tent should sign up on the posters outside of Mr. Hurst’s room in pod 2b or Mrs. Wischmeier’s room in pod 4b. This is a great way to earn community service hours.

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day Being GenerousYou give but little when you give of your possessions… it is when you give of yourself that you truly give.
    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:Emily BrownMoises GreenJocelyn Solis

     

     CSHS Daily AnnouncementsWednesday, January 29, 2020
     

    All Students - Please remember to park ONLY in designated parking spaces for all after school athletics and other after school activities. Parking on grass or gravel areas is prohibited—those areas have underground electrical and gas lines that could be damaged.

     

    If you took the ASVAB in November, Mrs. Harris has a list of jobs you could qualify for in the Army. Come see her to find out your options!

     

     

    Seniors, this is another reminder to complete your FAFSA for free money for college! Also please fill out your Bright futures registration whether you are qualified or not!

     

    Rotary’s Gigantic Nautical Flea Market will be February 22nd & 23rd at Founder’s Park.  Students interested in working a shift at the food tent should sign up on the posters outside of Mr. Hurst’s room in pod 2b or Mrs. Wischmeier’s room in pod 4b. This is a great way to earn community service hours.

    Attention Seniors who have taken Digital Video Honors previously but are not in the class this year… If you would like an honors stole for graduation, please see Mrs. Thiery. The one and ONLY order will be placed on Feb 7th.

     

    Attention Seniors in Take Stock In Children - There is a mandatory meeting in the media center TOMORROW—see Mrs. Hager to sign up for your session.

     

    Please join the Environmental Club this Saturday from 10AM until noon for a cleanup at Harry Harris. Everyone is welcome to attend.

     

    Attention Juniors!!!  Remember that Herff Jones will be on campus to assist you with your ring orders TODAY and TOMORROW. In order to have your class ring ready by the ring ceremony, rings must be ordered by THIS Thursday. A deposit is required for all rings. Please see Miss Kater if you have any questions

    Seniors AND YOUR PARENTS - Herff Jones will ALSO be at school on TODAY and TOMORROW from 4:30-6:00 PM for you to order your cap and gown and announcements. Herff Jones will be at both lunches and after school on both days. Please make sure to adhere to the deadlines for ordering cap and gowns so they arrive on time for graduation. If you are unable to meet with Herff Jones on the above mentioned dates and times, please contact them directly.

    Attention all students and faculty! Coral Shores is looking for people to perform in the Annual Coral Shores Showcase. The talent showcase will include both students AND staff. You can perform individually or as a group.  This exciting event will take place Thursday evening on February 13th. All proceeds will benefit Senior scholarships! Please see Mrs. Andersen 2-216 to sign up.

     

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day

     

    Kind-Caring-Helpful

    Treat other people the way you want them to treat you.

     

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Haley De La Torre

     

     CSHS Daily Announcements

    Tuesday, January 28, 2020
     

    Congratulations to our Athletes of the Week… Lexy Brito and Jason Castillo! Way to go!!!
    All Students - Please remember to park ONLY in designated parking spaces for all after school athletics and other after school activities. Parking on grass or gravel areas is prohibited—those areas have underground electrical and gas lines that could be damaged.
    Attention Seniors who have taken Digital Video Honors previously but are not in the class this year… If you would like an honors stole for graduation, please see Mrs. Thiery. The one and ONLY order will be placed on Feb 7th.
    A reminder to Junior girls who want to participate in the Miss Coral Shores Scholarship competition. Your information sheet is due today. The Essay portion of the competition will take place TODAY right after school in the Media Center.  Please see Mrs. Haddad with any questions.
    Project Graduation will have a table set up on WEDNESDAYs during lunch from now until the end of February. Blank forms will be in the front office should any Seniors need a form.
    Attention Seniors in Take Stock In Children - There is a mandatory meeting in the media center Thursday—see Mrs. Hager to sign up for your session.
    Please join the Environmental Club this Saturday from 10AM until noon for a cleanup at Harry Harris. Everyone is welcome to attend.
    Attention CORAL SHORES!!!! Mr. Grimes is Mr. Legs this year! Help Mr. Grimes win the contest by donating! All students can donate in the office or in Mr. Grimes’ classroom! All proceeds go directly to scholarships for CSHS seniors!
    Attention Juniors!!!  Remember that Herff Jones will be on campus to assist you with your ring orders TOMORROW and Thursday. In order to have your class ring ready by the ring ceremony, rings must be ordered by THIS Thursday. A deposit is required for all rings. Please see Miss Kater if you have any questions
    Seniors AND YOUR PARENTS - Herff Jones will ALSO be at school on Wednesday and Thursday from 4:30-6:00 PM for you to order your cap and gown and announcements. Herff Jones will be at both lunches and after school on both days. Please make sure to adhere to the deadlines for ordering cap and gowns so they arrive on time for graduation. If you are unable to meet with Herff Jones on the above mentioned dates and times, please contact them directly.
    Attention all students and faculty! Coral Shores is looking for people to perform in the Annual Coral Shores Showcase. The talent showcase will include both students AND staff. You can perform individually or as a group.  This exciting event will take place Thursday evening on February 13th. All proceeds will benefit Senior scholarships! Please see Mrs. Andersen 2-216 to sign up.
    Project Wisdom Words of the Day Overcoming ObstaclesSuccess is measured not by the position that one has reached in life rather than the obstacles whish one has overcome while trying to succeed.
    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:Jennifer DiazAnd a belated birthday to Cameron Gordy

     

     CSHS Daily Announcements

    Monday, January 27, 2020

     

    TODAY is the official start of baseball practices. If you are interested in playing baseball this season, TODAY is your FINAL opportunity to join. Be at Founders Park by 4:30 PM TODAY.

     

    A reminder to junior girls who want to participate in the Miss Coral Shores Scholarship competition.  Your information sheet is due today.  The Essay portion of the competition will take place tomorrow right after school in the Media Center.  Please see Mrs. Haddad with any questions.

     

    Attention CORAL SHORES!!!!  Mr. Grimes is Mr. Legs this year! Help Mr. Grimes win the contest by donating!  All students can donate in the office or in Mr. Grimes’ classroom!  All proceeds go directly to scholarships for CSHS seniors!

     

    Seniors in Take Stock In Children, there is a mandatory meeting in the media center Thursday-see Mrs. Hager to sign up for your session.

     

    Girls Lacrosse tryouts starts TODAY on the main field at 3:45 PM.  In order to participate you must turn in your lacrosse registration forms and completed athletic packets to Coach Hickory.

     

    This week all of Florida will be celebrating literacy! Tomorrow we will read for the minutes! A district wide competition between the schools to see who can read for more minutes of their school day! All reading in all classes counts. So get your  “read on” tomorrow!

     

    Attention Juniors!!!  Remember that Herff Jones will be on campus to assist you with your ring orders on Wednesday, January 29th and Thursday, January 30th. In order to have your class ring ready by the ring ceremony, rings must be ordered by Thursday, January 30th. A deposit is required for all rings. Please see Miss Kater if you have any questions.

     

    This is a reminder for seniors who need to be signing up for Bright Futures and FAFSA to get FREE money for college!

     

    Seniors AND YOUR PARENTS - Herff Jones will ALSO be at school on January 29th and 30th from 4:30-6:00 PM for you to order your cap and gown and announcements. Herff Jones will be at both lunches and after school on both days. Please make sure to adhere to the deadlines for ordering cap and gowns so they arrive on time for graduation. If you are unable to meet with Herff Jones on the above mentioned dates and times, please contact them directly.

     

    Attention all students and faculty! Coral Shores is looking for people to perform in the Annual Coral Shores Showcase. The talent showcase will include both students AND staff. You can perform individually or as a group.  This exciting event will take place Thursday evening on February 13th. All proceeds will benefit Senior scholarships! Please see Mrs. Andersen 2-216 to sign up.

     

    There will be an Interact meeting TOMORROW, Tuesday, January 28th after school in Ms. Truesdale’s POD 4A.  See you there!

     

    A HUGE congratulations to our girls weightlifting team for their incredible performance at districts this weekend. 10 girls are moving on to Regionals this Wednesday. Berenize Martinez and Emma Lovell placed second in their weight classes. Brooke Barrow placed 3rd. Kaylee Jansen, Laira Gomer, Emily Brazil, and Amber Stevens finished 5th. Bonnie Creed, Vanessa Palaez and Ali Woltanski finished 6th in their weight classes.

     

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day

     

    Compassion

    A heart full of love and compassion gives us inner strength, willpower, happiness and peace of mind.

    Hurricane Birthday Weekend Shout-Outs Go To:

    Gage Cooper

    Brooke El-Koury

    Allysia Fowler

     

     CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday, January 24, 2020

     

    This Monday, January 27th is the official start of baseball practices. If you are interested in playing baseball this season, Monday is your FINAL opportunity to join. Be at Founders Park by 4:30 PM Monday.

     

    All Junior girls, who were invited to yesterday’s Miss Coral Shores information meeting but could not attend… You can still be a part of the 2020 scholarship competition. See Mrs. Haddad for more information and to pick up the paperwork. All paperwork is due back next Monday, January 27th. 

     

    Girls Lacrosse Tryouts will start Monday Jan. 27th from 4:00pm – 6:00pm on the main field, Attendance is mandatory Monday–Friday. Please arrive at 3:45pm with your cleats, lacrosse stick, completed athletic packet with notary and copy of insurance, as well as the Girls Lacrosse Registration in order to participate. See Coach Hickory with any questions.

     

    Juniors - Remember that Herff Jones will be on campus to assist you with your ring orders on Wednesday, January 29th and Thursday, January 30th. In order to have your class ring ready by the ring ceremony, rings must be ordered by Thursday, January 30th. A deposit is required for all rings. Please see Miss Kater if you have any questions.

     

    Seniors AND YOUR PARENTS - Herff Jones will ALSO be at school on January 29th and 30th from 4:30-6:00 PM for you to order your cap and gown and announcements. Herff Jones will be at both lunches and after school on both days. Please make sure to adhere to the deadlines for ordering cap and gowns so they arrive on time for graduation. If you are unable to meet with Herff Jones on the above mentioned dates and times, please contact them directly.

     

    Attention all students and faculty! Coral Shores is looking for people to perform in the Annual Coral Shores Showcase. The talent showcase will include both students AND staff. You can perform individually or as a group.  This exciting event will take place Thursday evening on February 13th. All proceeds will benefit Senior scholarships! Please see Mrs. Andersen 2-216 to sign up.

     

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day

     

    What direction are you going?

    The direction in which education starts a person will determine his or her future life.

     

    Hurricane Birthday Weekend Shout-Outs Go To:

    Edy Kemmer

    Mildrede Chery

    Maxim Nance

    Savana Mangel
    Jonah Schafstall

     

     CSHS Daily AnnouncementsThursdsay, January 23, 2020

     

    Congratulations to Gaby Soca for passing her third test in Excel and earning her full Microsoft Office Specialist certification yesterday! Gaby will get $250 from Monroe Compute$.  Brandon Harrison and Joey Forcine also passed their tests in Word! Great work everyone!

     

    All Junior girls with an unweighted GPA of 3.0 or higher should have received invitations in your 6th period classes to participate in the 2020 Miss Coral Shores Scholarship Competition.  An informational meeting will be held TODAY at 2:30 PM in the Media Center. If you are interested in participating, but unable to attend or have any questions, please see

     

    Last day for tennis tryouts is TODAY at 3:00 PM on the Coral Shores tennis courts. An athletic packet and sports physical will need to be completed.  If you have any questions, see Mrs. Browning in room 1-204.

     

    Juniors - Remember that Herff Jones will be on campus to assist you with your ring orders on Wednesday, January 29 and Thursday, January 30. In order to have your class ring ready by the ring ceremony, it must be ordered by Thursday, January 30. A deposit is required for all rings. Please see Miss Kater if you have any questions

     

    Seniors AND Parents - Herff Jones will ALSO be at school on January 29th and 30th for you to order your cap and gown and announcements. Herff Jones will be at both lunches and after school on both days. They will be here after school from 4:30pm -6pm.  Please make sure to adhere to the deadlines for ordering cap and gowns so they arrive on time for graduation. If you are unable to meet with Herff Jones on the above mentioned dates and times you need to contact them directly.

     

    Attention all students and faculty! Coral Shores is looking for people to perform in the Annual Coral Shores Showcase. The talent showcase will include both students AND staff. You can perform individually or as a group. This exciting event will take place Thursday evening on February 13th. All proceeds will benefit Senior scholarships! Please see Mrs. Andersen 2-216 to sign up.

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day Being Respectful--When parents and caregivers try to teach you respectful behavior, it is because they care about you.

     

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:Yorlandi Gonzalez

     

     CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday, January 22, 2020

     

    The Lady Canes Basketball Team won their last two games beating St. Brendan on Friday 50 to 40 and won last night against state ranked Florida Christian 70 to 62. Leading the way was Lucia Rodriguez with 20 points and 9 assists. Riley Dobson scored 20 points with 13 rebounds, Bekky Valuenzula scored 13 points with 13 rebounds, Lexy Brito scored 9 points with 5 assists,  Natalie McCormick had 6 points, and Desiree Brito had 2 points. The Lady Canes now have 15 wins and 6 losses.  Way to go LADY CANES! 
    Attention Juniors! Remember that Herff Jones will be on campus to assist you with your ring orders on Wednesday, January 29 and Thursday, January 30. In order to have your class ring ready by the ring ceremony, it must be ordered by Thursday, January 30. A deposit is required for all rings. Please see Miss Kater if you have any questions. 
    Tennis tryouts will take place TODAY and TOMORROW at 3:00 PM on the Coral Shores tennis courts. An athletic packet and sports physical will need to be completed.  If you have any questions, see Mrs. Browning in room 1-204. 
    Attention all students and faculty! Coral Shores is looking for people to perform in the Annual Coral Shores Showcase. The talent showcase will include both students AND staff. You can perform individually or as a group.  This exciting event will take place Thursday evening on February 13th. All proceeds will benefit Senior scholarships! Please see Mrs. Andersen 2-216 to sign up.  
    All Junior girls with an unweighted GPA of 3.0 or higher should have received invitations in your 6th period classes to participate in the 2020 Miss Coral Shores Scholarship Competition.  An informational meeting will be held TOMORROW at 2:30 PM in the Media Center.  If you are interested in participating, but unable to attend or have any questions, please seeMrs. Haddad in the Media Center. Last year Miss Coral Shores contestants received a total of $5,000 in college scholarships!!!  
    And… don’t forget to purchase your yearbooks! They can be purchased at www.yearbookforever.com or stop Mrs. Webb’s room 2-222.  
    Project Wisdom Words of the Day Contributing to the WorldEach of us has something unique and special to give to the world.  
    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:Zachary ArmstrongLuke Gutierrez
      CSHS Daily AnnouncementsTuesday, January 21, 2020

     

    Congratulations to Jacob Poelma… MONROE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT TEACHER OF THE YEAR!! Way to go Mr. Poelma!!!
    Track practice starts TODAY at 2:50 PM on the track. Athletic packets and physicals MUST be completed before you can participate.
    Tennis tryouts will take place TOMORROW and Thursday at 3:00 PM on the Coral Shores tennis courts. An athletic packet and sports physical will need to be completed.  If you have any questions, see Mrs. Browning in room 1-204.
    Are you interested in the Ping Pong Club? A sign-up list is posted in the cafeteria and gym windows. See Harmony Holmquist or Lucas Dennis.
    Attention all students and faculty! Coral Shores is looking for people to perform in the Annual Coral Shores Showcase. The talent showcase will include both students AND staff. You can perform individually or as a group.  This exciting event will take place Thursday evening on February 13th. All proceeds will benefit Senior scholarships! Please see Mrs. Andersen 2-216 to sign up.
    And… don’t forget to purchase your yearbooks! They can be purchased at www.yearbookforever.com or stop Mrs. Webb’s room 2-222.
    All Junior girls with an unweighted GPA of 3.0 or higher should have received invitations in your 6th period classes to participate in the 2020 Miss Coral Shores Scholarship Competition.  An informational meeting will be held THIS Thursday at 2:30 PM in the Media Center.  If you are interested in participating, but unable to attend or have any questions, please seeMrs. Haddad in the Media Center. Last year Miss Coral Shores contestants received a total of $5,000 in college scholarships!!!
    Project Wisdom Words of the Day CHOICESEvery great mistake has a halfway moment, a split second when it can be recalled and perhaps make a better decision.
    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:Claudia AvilaPrincess Garcia

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday, January 17, 2020

     

    Congratulations to Robbie Reckwerdt, who passed his Microsoft test in Excel to become the first student at Coral Shores to complete ALL THREE Microsoft Office tests.  Robbie will get $250 from Monroe Compute$. Kevin Robles passed his PowerPoint test, and Claudia Rodriguez Hernandez passed Word yesterday.  Great job everyone!

     

    Congratulations to our athletes of the week – Erin Rodberg & Vincent Biondoletti!

     

    Tennis tryouts will take place next Wednesday and Thursday, January 22nd and 23rd at 3:00 PM on the Coral Shores tennis courts. An athletic packet and sports physical will need to be completed.  If you have any questions see Mrs. Browning in room 1-204.

     

    Attention all students and faculty! Coral Shores is looking for people to perform in the Annual Coral Shores Showcase. The talent showcase will include both students AND staff. You can perform individually or as a group.  This exciting event will take place Thursday evening on February 13th. All proceeds will benefit Senior scholarships! Please see Mrs. Andersen 2-216 to sign up.

     

     

    Attention CORAL SHORES!!!! Mr. Grimes is Mr. Legs this year! Help Mr. Grimes win the contest by donating! All students can donate in the office or in Mr. Grimes’ classroom! All proceeds go directly to scholarships for CSHS seniors!

     

     

    Are you interested in the Ping Pong Club? A sign up list will be posted in the cafeteria and gym windows on Tuesday, January 21st. See Harmony Holmquist or Lucas Dennis.

     

     

    And… don’t forget to purchase your yearbooks! They can be purchased at www.yearbookforever.com or stop Mrs. Webb’s room 2-222.

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day

     

    CHOOSE WISELY

    Don’t let anyone rent space in your head unless they are a good tenant. 

    Choose your friends wisely!

    Hurricane Birthday Weekend Shout-Outs Go To:

    Stefani Villegas

    Manuel Vallejo

    Cheyenne Veloso

     

     CSHS Daily Announcements

    Thursday, January 16, 2020

     

    The yearbook staff will be taking Club pictures immediately after school on this Thursday on the staircase by the cafeteria. Please arrange to meet there to have your club picture taken for the yearbook.

     

    Tennis tryouts will take place next Wednesday and Thursday, January 22nd and 23rd at 3:00 on the Coral Shores tennis courts.  An athletic packet and sports physical will need to be completed.  If you have any questions see Mrs. Browning in room 1-204.

     

    Attention all students and faculty! Coral Shores is looking for people to perform in the Annual Coral Shores Showcase.  The talent showcase will include both students and staff. You can perform individually or as a group.  This exciting event will take place Thursday evening on February 13th.  All proceeds will benefit Senior scholarships!

    Please see Mrs. Andersen 2-216 to sign up

     

    Attention CORAL SHORES!!!!  Mr. Grimes is Mr. Legs this year! Help Mr. Grimes win the contest by donating!  All students can donate in the office or in Mr. Grimes’ classroom!  All proceeds go directly to scholarships for CSHS seniors!

     

    Attention: Girls interested in Lacrosse - A MANDATORY parent meeting will be held TODAY 5:45 PM in the library.

     

    Are you interested in the Ping Pong Club?  A sign up list will be posted in the cafeteria and gym windows on Tuesday, January 21st .  See Harmony Holmquist or Lucas Dennis!  

     

    And… Don’t forget to purchase your yearbooks! They can be purchased at www.yearbookforever.com or stop Mrs. Webb’s room 2-222.

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day

    Making it Happen

    Some people want it to Happen

    Some wish it would Happen

    Others Make it Happen…

     

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Samara Quintana Ceballo

    Mario Andres Menendez

     

     

     CSHS Daily Announcements

    Monday, January 13, 2020

     

    Attention all boy athletes interested in weightlifting. We will have a MANDATORY meeting tomorrow after school at 2:50 PM in the PE Classroom. Girls varsity weightlifting is required to attend as well.

    There will be an Interact meeting after school TOMRROW in the Pod outside Ms. Truesdale’s room 4-202– POD 4A. See you there!

    Attention: Girls interested in Lacrosse - A MANDATORY parent meeting will be held
    this Thursday at 5:45 PM in the library.

    The yearbook staff will be taking Club pictures immediately after school on this Thursday on the staircase by the cafeteria. Please arrange to meet there to have your club picture taken for the yearbook.

    And… Don’t forget to purchase your yearbooks! They can be purchased at yearbookforever.com or stop Mrs. Webb’s room 2-222.

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day

     

    SACRIFICE

    If you don’t sacrifice for what you want then what you want becomes the sacrifice.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Makayle Dudley

    Carlos Limo

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday, January 8, 2020

     

    Reminder – This week is WINTER SPIRIT WEEK! Dress up and show your “SNOW” Spirit—but remember to follow dress code!!

     

    Thursday: Extra Terrestrial Thursday - Dress like an alien

    Friday: Class Color Day - Pep Rally in the PAC

     

    Please Note: Friday will follow the Pep Rally Bell Schedule – Make sure to know your class start time if you do not have a 1st or 2nd period class.

    Attention Gamers - Gaming Club will meet TODAY after school.

    Anyone interested in playing baseball this season MUST attend a meeting TOMORROW, January 9th at 6pm. The meeting will take place in the classroom next to the Boys Locker Room. This meeting is for players AND parents. Please have a parent or guardian attend with you.

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day

     

    Problem Solving

    When we are having a problem with someone in our lives and we don't know what to do, it can be a good idea to talk with a person we trust, like a parent, a counselor, or a teacher.

    We all learn from our problems, and guidance can be the best solution.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Aidan Austin

    Mariah Bell

     

     

     CSHS Daily Announcements

    Tuesday, January 7, 2020

     

    Welcome back Coral Shores!

     

    Reminder – This week is WINTER SPIRIT WEEK! Dress up and show your “SNOW” Spirit—but remember to follow dress code!!

     

    Wednesday: Murica Wednesday - Wear your best patriotic gear

    Thursday: Extra Terrestrial Thursday - Dress like an alien

    Friday: Class Color Day - Pep Rally in the PAC

    Congratulations to the Coral Shores 0 Day (Zero-Day) Robotics Club, which competed in its first robotics competition at South Dade High School’s Jingle Bot Tournament on Saturday, December 21st. Our team made it to the quarterfinals, teaming up with and against 37 other public, private and tech school robotic teams. Club participants include Matthew Darrow, Brandon Harrison, Alyssa Aguiar, Marcus Saldivar, Ty Rennie, and Jesse Vandergriff. The Robotics Club meets most Tuesdays after school in Room 2-201, and new members are always welcome. 

    Attention Gamers - Gaming Club will meet TOMORROW after school.

    Anyone interested in playing baseball this season MUST attend a meeting this Thursday, January 9th at 6pm. The meeting will take place in the classroom next to the Boys Locker Room. This meeting is for players AND parents. Please have a parent or guardian attend with you.

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day

    CELEBRATING FRIENDSHIP

    One of the most important choices we ever make is choosing our friends. Good friends support us in being our best. Good friends encourage us to do the right thing. They help us through the bad times and celebrate with us during the good times.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Ms. Alvaro

    Derek Gonzalez

    Jasmine Hollis

    Kacelyn Hollis

    Hazel Flores

    Mallory Hillard

    Joshua Corliss

     CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday, December 18, 2019

     

    Reminder: Tomorrow & Friday are only HALF DAYS. School lets out at 11:10 AM for these last two days. Make sure you know your arrival time for class or you will be marked tardy. Pick up an exam schedule in the front office.

     

    Don’t forget when we return on Tuesday, January 7th that it will be WINTER SPIRIT WEEK! Remember to dress up and show your “SNOW” Spirit.

     

     

    Tuesday: Tik-Tok Tuesday - Dress up as your favorite Tik-Tokker

    Wednesday: Murica Wednesday - Wear your best patriotic gear

    Thursday: Extra Terrestrial Thursday - Dress like an alien

    Friday: Class Color Day - Pep Rally in the PAC

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Ms. Webb

     

     CSHS Daily Announcements

    Monday, December 16, 2019

     

    Attention Gaming Club Members – There will be no gaming club today. Gaming club will resume after midterms upon return from winter break.

    A Hurricane Shout Out to the following Girls Weightlifting Team Members for their respective weight class rankings: Amber Stevens – 4th Place; Kaylee Jensen – 3rd Place; and Berenize Martinez 2nd place.

    Today is the LAST DAY to Count the Holiday Kisses in the main office. The entire jar will be given TOMORROW to the person who guesses the closest!

    Reminder: This Wednesday, Thursday & Friday are only HALF DAYS. School lets out at 11:10 AM for these last three days. Good luck on your exams! 

    Project Wisdom of the Day

     

    The world is changed by your example, not your opinion. So, be a GREAT example!

    Hurricane Birthday Weekend Shout-Outs Go To:

    Cody Stringer

     

     CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday, December 13, 2019

     

    Happy Friday the 13th

     

    Congratulations to the Girls Weightlifting Team who got first place at their meet yesterday against Doctor's Charter School and Gulliver Prep School. Berenize Martinez, Kaylee Jensen, Laira Gomer and Brooke Barrow all placed first in their weight class. Congrats to all the girls who competed yesterday!

     

     

    Also… Congratulations to the Lady Canes Varsity Basketball Team won the last two games this week making their record 9 wins 1 loss.  The Canes beat St. Brendan 54 to 48 and beat county rival Marathon last night 65 to 42. Against Marathon, the Lady Canes set their team record for 3 pointers this season with 11. Natalie McCormick had 5, Kailee Reinoso had 3, Lexy Brito, Jenna Castillo and Lucia Rodriguez each had 1. Natalie ended up with career high 19 points, Lucia 14, Kailee and Bekky Valenzuela had 9 points and Lexy had 7 points. 

     

    The lady canes are ranked 10th in the state.  Way to go Lady Canes!!!

     

    Seniors who are close to qualifying for Bright Futures will be getting a notice next week of what they need to become eligible. Students already qualified will not be getting notices, however, many of you still need to register! A flyer with directions to apply are on the main bulletin board, as well as handouts already given to you. It takes 5 minutes to register!

     

    Still need volunteer hours? Then come out to the Cindy Claus Lighted Bike Ride at The Catch TONIGHT at 5:45 PM in your festive attire to help with registration and raffles. See Ms. Kelley to sign up.

     

     

    Students taking the ACT TOMORROW should report to the Wrenn Street entrance of the media center by 7:45 AM. Please bring your admission ticket, photo id, appropriate calculator, #2 pencils, snacks and a sweater. See Mrs. Wischmeier if you have any questions.

     

    Have you counted the kisses yet? Remember to stop by the main office to “Count the Holiday KISSES”—the entire jar to the person who guesses the closest next Tuesday, December 17th.

     

     

    Seniors:  TODAY is the day to pay your $100 non-refundable deposit for Grad Bash 2020!!! Please see Mrs. Rife to make your payment! 

     

     

    Project Wisdom of the Day

     

    BELIEVE - If you believe you can do it, YOU will! Never stop believing in the power of positivity!

     

     

    Hurricane Birthday Weekend Shout-Outs Go To:

    Paul Jones

    Damaris Rego

    Austin Tudor

    Elizabeth Black

    Gabriel Pena

    Griffan Sayre

     

     

     CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday, December 11, 2019

     

    Congratulations to our Athletes of the Week… Emma Lovell & Ricky Placencia. Way to go!!!

     

    The Coral Shores High School Band will be performing their annual Winter Concert TOMORROW NIGHT at 7:00 PM in the PAC. Please come by and support your high school band.

     

    Need volunteer hours? Then come out to the Cindy Claus Lighted Bike Ride at The Catch THIS Friday, December 13th at 5:45 PM in your festive attire to help with registration and raffles. See Ms. Kelley to sign up.

     

    Are you interested in writing articles or submitting pictures for the Keys Weekly? If so, please stop by room 2-222 to meet with Ms. Webb this week.

     

    Remember to stop by the main office to “Count the Holiday KISSES”—we will present the jar to the person who guesses the closest next Tuesday, December 17th.

     

    Seniors:  Friday is the LAST DAY to pay your $100 non-refundable deposit for Grad Bash 2020!!! No monies will be collected after FRIDAY! Please see Mrs. Rife to make your payment! 

     

    Project Wisdom of the Day

     

    A quote from Tiger Woods: Never listen to anyone else’s expectations. You should live your own life and live up to your OWN expectations—those are the only things you should care about.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Ms. O’Connor

    Olivia Oughton

    Zakerie Filpes

    A moment of silence to remember Ms. Anita Yuhasz…

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday, December 6, 2019

    Attention Senior students who have not picked up their baby pictures – please stop by
    Ms. Webb’s Room in 2-222 to get them.

     

    Looking to do something AWESOME this afternoon? Everyone is invited to attend today’s basketball games against our rival Key West! All students and teachers are FREE! Let’s pack the stands!

    ·        JV girls at 2:40 PM

    ·        Varsity girls at 4ish

    ·        JV boys at 5:30ish

    ·        Varsity at 7ish

    Pizza, candy, chips and drinks are available at the concession stand!  Go Canes!

     

    Drama Club will be holding auditions for their spring musical, Little Shop of Horrors, this Sunday from 1-3 in the PAC and Monday after school from 3-5. You only need to come to one audition date. Be prepared to sing up to a minute from a song that will showcase your voice, and plan to be asked to do a cold read from the script. 

     

    There will be other opportunities to be involved with the show. See Ms. Z in Room 5-109 if you have any questions or would like to be involved with set building, stage crew, lighting and sound, or hair and make up!

     

    Attention all GIRLS interested in Flag Football - There will be a flag football practice this Sunday, December 8 from 3 to 5 PM.  We have a coach and a sponsor for an Upper Keys team, but still need a few more players. If you have questions, please see Coach Russell.

    Attention Students Who Are Taking the SAT this Saturday - Please park in the Wren St parking lot and be outside the Media Center by 7:30 AM. You must have your SAT admission ticket and a valid photo ID in order to be admitted. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE ONE OF THESE TWO ITEMS YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO TEST. Please bring your own calculator, pencils, water and snacks. Testing will begin at 8:00 am and end around 1:00 pm. If you have any questions please see Ms. Robin Fry in 4-204.

     

    Remember to come by the main office and “Count the KISSES” in the jar—on Tuesday, December 17th, we will present the jar to the person who has guessed the closest!

     

    Seniors:  The countdown is here for Grad Bash 2020!!! You have 5 days left to pay your non-refundable deposit of $100!! Seats are limited so don’t wait!! No monies will be collected after next Friday, December 13th!   Please see Mrs. Rife to make your payment! 

     

     

     

    Project Wisdom of the Day

     

    Role Models - Being a good role model is important - For better or worse, we are influenced by those around us - Choose wisely and be the better person.

     

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Berenize Martinez

     

     CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday, December 4, 2019

     

    Happy Holidays from Pbis! Come by the main office and “Count the KISSES” in the jar—on Tuesday, December 17th we will present the jar to the person who has guessed the closest!

     

    The Varsity Girls Soccer Team faced Key West last night and tied 1-1 with the goal scored by Emma Lovell. The Lady Canes will face Ransom Everglades at a 6 PM away game tonight.

     

    Attention all GIRLS interested in Flag Football - There will be a flag football practice this Sunday, December 8 from 3 to 5 PM.  We have a coach and a sponsor for an Upper Keys team, but still need a few more players. If you have questions, please see Coach Russell.

     

    Attention all GIRLS interested in Flag Football - There will be a flag football practice this Sunday, December 8 from 3 to 5 PM.  We have a coach and a sponsor for an Upper Keys team, but still need a few more players. If you have questions, please see Coach Russell.

    The environmental club has placed blue recycling bins in each of the pods for plastic bottles and cans. Please help us keep them free of trash.  

    Attention Students Who Are Taking the SAT this Saturday - Please park in the Wren St parking lot and be outside the Media Center by 7:30 AM. You must have your SAT admission ticket and a valid photo ID in order to be admitted. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE ONE OF THESE TWO ITEMS YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO TEST. Please bring your own calculator, pencils, water and snacks. Testing will begin at 8:00 am and end around 1:00 pm. If you have any questions please see Ms. Robin Fry in 4-204.

    Seniors:  The countdown is here for Grad Bash 2020!!! You have 7 days left to pay your non-refundable deposit of $100!! Seats are limited so don’t wait!! No monies will be collected after December 13th!   Please see Mrs. Rife to make your payment.

    Project Wisdom of the Day

     

    Being Grateful:

    Sometimes we are so busy complaining about what is wrong that we forget to be grateful for what is right.

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Katelyn Gremonprez

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Monday, December 2, 2019

     

    Welcome back Coral Shores Students!!!

     

    Attention – Girls Flag Football: There will be a flag football practice—for all girls interested in Flag Football—this Sunday, December 8 from 3 to 5 PM.  We have a coach and a sponsor for an Upper Keys team, but still need a few more players. If you have questions, please call Dianne at 305-896-8678.

     

    The Girls Basketball game that was scheduled for tomorrow at 7 PM has been cancelled.

     

    SENIORS… Get your tickets for your 2020 Grad Bash Experience at Universal Studios on April 3rd! Seats are going fast, and your $100 NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT is due by no later than NEXT FRIDAY, December 13th.  Please see Mrs. Rife to make your payment.

     

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day

    Imagination for a bright future: Just because the past did not turn out how you hoped it would,

    does NOT mean the future can’t be BETTER than you imagined!

     

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Kylie Deckard

    Christian Rodriguez

    Christopher Rodriguez

    Zander Wolfgramm

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Thursday, November 21, 2019

     

    Congratulations to our Hurricane Athletes of the Week… Bethany Norling and Tanner Olsen. Way to go!!!

     

    Don’t forget to purchase your yearbook! Yearbooks are on sale now for $60 at yearbookforever.com, or you can bring cash or check to Mrs. Webb in room 2-222. Get them now before the price goes up!

     

    Please join the Drama Club TOMORROW NIGHT AND FRIDAY NIGHT at 7pm in the PAC. You will enjoy an evening of entertainment, as they perform their competition pieces from shows like Monty Python, Dirty Rotten Scoundrel, Hadestown, and more. Students will be going around during lunch to sell tickets, and all profits go towards helping with the costs of going to the State Festival in March. 

     

    Today is the last day for canned food items! The winning 6th period class will be announced tomorrow during 6th period. The pizza party will be after the Thanksgiving Break. Thank you all for participating and helping our community in the process. Points are as follows:

                   * Wischmeier – 5 points

                   * Knudsen - 28 points

                   * Rosenow - 32 points

                   * Truesdale – 34 points

                   * Robin Fry - 40 points

                   * Ledoux – 84 points

                   * Swango - 102 points

                   * Ruiz - 121 points

                   * Rife - 207 points

     

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day

    Gratitude - Be happy with what you have, and you will have plenty to be happy about!

     

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Lorena Carballo

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday, November 20, 2019

     

    Congrats to the following students who passed their Certiport tests yesterday:

    Kaylee Jensen passed Excel to become a complete Microsoft Office Specialist; Joey Forcine passed PowerPoint; and Raul Sanchez and Griffan Sayre both passed Word.  So far, Coral Shores students passed 52 certification

    tests this year!  Great job Hurricanes!

    Volunteer Opportunity for All Clubs – First Baptist Church of Key Largo is having a “Pack the Truck” day for Operation Christmas Child on Monday, November 25th from 11am – 2pm. Come and help unload 5,300 shoeboxes, which have been collected from South Dade thru Key West, into a semi-truck headed for the processing center in Charlotte, NC. Sign up in the Art Room with Ms. Kelley.

    The Junior Class will be hosting an All-Class Meeting TODAY after school in Miss Kater’s room. Prom, fundraising, and community service opportunities will be discussed. All juniors are welcome to attend. Hope to see you there!

     

    Senior Sibling pictures is TODAY immediately after school in front of the mural by the cafeteria.

     

    Please join the Drama Club THIS Thursday AND Friday at 7pm in the PAC. You will enjoy an evening of entertainment, as they perform their competition pieces from shows like Monty Python, Dirty Rotten Scoundrel, Hadestown, and more. Students will be going around during lunch to sell tickets, and all profits go towards helping with the costs of going to the State Festival in March. 

     

     

    TOMORROW is the LAST day PBIS will be hosting a Canned Food Drive for a great cause. Here are the points leaders so far:

                   * Knudsen - 28 points

                   * Rosenow - 32 points

                   * Robin Fry - 40 points

                   * Swango - 102 points

                   * Ruiz - 121 points

                   * Rife - 197 points

     

    A pizza party will be given to the 6th period class that wins after the Turkey Break… so BRING IN THOSE CANS!

    SENIORS… Get your tickets for your 2020 Grad Bash Experience at Universal Studios on April 3rd! Seats are going fast, and your $100 NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT is due by no later than December 13th.  Please see Mrs. Rife to make your payment.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day

    RESPECT - You will not be respected, unless you respect yourself!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Ms. Gilmore

    Arianna Reynolds

    Raffie Baker

    Madison Holcombe

    Michael Holcombe

    Ava Swanson

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Tuesday, November 19, 2019

     

    Congratulations to our Lady Canes Basketball Team who defeated Archbishop McCarthy yesterday on their first regular season game with a score of 55 to 31. Great job Lady Canes!

     

    Volunteer Opportunity for All Clubs – First Baptist Church of Key Largo is having a “Pack the Truck” day for Operation Christmas Child on Monday, November 25th from 11am – 2pm. Come and help unload 5,300 shoeboxes, which have been collected from South Dade thru Key West, into a semi-truck headed for the processing center in Charlotte, NC. Sign up in the Art Room with Ms. Kelley.

     

     

    The Junior Class will be hosting an All-Class Meeting TOMORROW after school in Miss Kater’s room. Prom, fundraising, and community service opportunities will be discussed. All juniors are welcome to attend. Hope to see you there!

     

    Senior Sibling pictures will be TOMORROW immediately after school in front of the mural by the cafeteria.

     

    Please join the Drama Club THIS Thursday AND Friday at 7pm in the PAC. You will enjoy an evening of entertainment, as they perform their competition pieces from shows like Monty Python, Dirty Rotten Scoundrel, Hadestown, and more. Students will be going around during lunch to sell tickets, and all profits go towards helping with the costs of going to the State Festival in March. 

     

    The race is on… this is the LAST week PBIS will be hosting a Canned Food Drive for a great cause. All items will be collected, EVERY DAY, during 6th period by leadership students. The class with the most points will be announced on FRIDAY and will receive a pizza party, after the break, from Student Council and PBIS!

     

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day

    You Can Have It!

    You can only be jealous of someone who has something you think you ought to have yourself.

     

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Grady White

    Chris Wong

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Monday, November 18, 2019

     

    The ASVAB scores are in! Please see Ms. Harris between classes or during lunch to pick them up from her office.

     

    Senior Sibling pictures will be on Wednesday, November 20th immediately after school in front of the mural by the cafeteria.

     

    Please join the Drama Club THIS Thursday and Friday at 7pm in the PAC. You will enjoy an evening of entertainment, as they perform their competition pieces from shows like Monty Python, Dirty Rotten Scoundrel, Hadestown, and more. Students will be going around during lunch to sell tickets, and all profits go towards helping with the costs of going to the State Festival in March. 

    This is the LAST week PBIS will be hosting a Canned Food Drive for a great cause. All items will be collected, EVERY DAY, during 6th period by leadership students. The class with the most points will be announced on FRIDAY and will receive a pizza party from Student Council and PBIS! So far, Ms. Rife’s class is in first place with Ms. Swango!

    SENIORS… Get your tickets for your 2020 Grad Bash Experience at Universal Studios on April 3rd! Seats are going fast, and your $100 NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT is due by no later than December 13th.  Please see Mrs. Rife to make your payment.

     

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day

    Success – From Michelle Obama

    Success isn't about how much money you make. It's about the difference you make in people's lives. Continue making positive changes!

     

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Mr. Catlett

    Paulina Ornelas

    Angelina Nappi

    Aidan Pais

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday, November 15, 2019

     

    Attention JV Basketball Team – Practice has been CANCELLED for today.

     

    Reminder to any Interact volunteer working the Mariners Hospital 5K/10K for today and tomorrow…Please be on time, wear your club t-shirt, and make sure you take a selfie that you were there. Ms. Kelley will sign your volunteer sheet at the Tuesday meeting.

     

     

    If you are not working the race this weekend, your shirt will be given to you this Tuesday, November 19th.

     

    Senior Sibling pictures will be on Wednesday, November 20th immediately after school in front of the mural by the cafeteria.

     

    Student Council and PBIS will be hosting a Canned Food Drive through next week. All items will be collected, every other day, during 6th period by leadership students. Leadership will keep track of all points and announce the winners at the end of next week. And… the winning 6th period class will get a pizza party from Student Council and PBIS! Please encourage all students to participate for this good cause.

     

    SENIORS… Get your tickets for your 2020 Grad Bash Experience at Universal Studios on April 3rd! Seats are going fast, and your $100 NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT is due by no later than December 13th.  Please see Mrs. Rife to make your payment.

     

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day

    Destiny is not a matter of chance—it is a matter of choice! Make your destiny a good one!!

     

     

    Hurricane WEEKEND Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Ms. Marlene

    Sera Tenzek

    Maya Danko

    David Parker

    Carson Kennedy

    Corley Smith

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Thursday, November 14, 2019

     

    The Lady Canes Varsity Basketball team won both of their games in Palmer's Preseason Tournament—they beat St. Brendan 49 to 43 and Ransom 49 to 44.  Leading Scorers against St. Brendan were Lucia Rodriguez 18 points, Lexy Brito 13 points, and Natalie McCormick 9 points. Riley Dobson had 5 points and 16 rebounds.

     

    Game 2 against Ransom leading scorer Riley Dobson 15 points and 15 rebounds, Lexy Brito 14 points and Lucia Rodriguez 9 points, Bekky Valuenzuela 4 points and Kailee Reinsoso 2 points

     

    Way to start off the season Lady Canes!

    The Lady Canes Varsity Soccer team ALSO won on the road yesterday 4-2 over district opponent Somerset Silver Palms. Goals were scored by Isabella Bolivar, Emma Lovell, and two scored by Captain Mia Ruiz with assists coming from Mia Ruiz, Emma Lovell and Kyla Catarineau.  


    Next Varsity game is this Saturday against the South Florida Heat at home. Great job Lady Canes!

     

    And… the JV Boys Soccer team also won defeating Key West 4-0 yesterday.  The team played well as a unit. Scoring for the Hurricanes were:

    Carson Kennedy, Raul Sanchez, Ruben Castellano, and Leo Vazquez received a thru pass from Carson Kennedy and took the ball to goal.

     

    The defense played strong with Elijah Blanco, DJ Serota, Ian Anderson and Javy Hernandez at sweeper.

    Carson Kennedy, Ruben Castellano and Simon Gutierrez played strong as they created counter attacks.

    Attacks came from Raul Sanchez, Ruben Castellano and Leo Vazquez.

    The goal keeping was split 50/50 between Clark Drebenstedt and Kaiden Weinstock.

     

    Great job to ALL!

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day

    The person who wants it all will lose it all…

     

    Why? Because whey we always want more, more and more, we lose our ability to be happy with what we have!  Take time to enjoy the things you have today!

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Carlie Stanley

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Tuesday, November 12, 2019

     

    Zoe Marchetti competed at the State Championship Meet this weekend in the 100-yard breastroke. Zoe represented Coral Shores well with an impressive 13th place finish and a time of 1:00.73. The Coral Shores Swimming and Diving Team is super proud of Zoe! Congrats on a great season to all swimmers and divers.

     

    Congratulations and thank you to all the fall athletic and co-athlete participants who collected funds for The Upper Keys Foundation’s-- Hurricane Dorian Relief Mission.  Last week Gage Dennis, Carly Lindback, and Jeronimo Reynoso-Heaton presented a check to the Upper Keys Rotary for $5,570.  This money will ultimately be QUADRUPLED through a pair of matching-fund sources—meaning we will be contributing more than $22,000 to individuals with needs in Freeport and The Grand Bahama Islands.

     

     

    Preseason conditioning for boys and girls Track and Field will start November TODAY from 2:50pm - 4:00pm on the track until Christmas Break. In order to participate you need a completed Athletic Packet with a medical release form and copy of your Insurance front and back handed into Coach James.

     

    Student Council and PBIS will be hosting a Canned Food Drive the next 2 weeks. All items will be collected, every other day, during 6th period by leadership students. Leadership will keep track of all points and announce the winners at the end of next week. And… the winning 6th period class will get a pizza party from Student Council and PBIS! Please encourage all students to participate for this good cause.

     

    SENIORS… Get your tickets for your 2020 Grad Bash Experience at Universal Studios! Seats are going fast, and your $100 NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT is due by no later than December 13th.  Please see Mrs. Rife to make your payment.

     

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day

    Making Choices-

    Life can be uncertain, but there is one thing you can count on: ALL the choices you make come with consequences, both good and bad, Life throws choices at our way every day!  Try to make the choices that are best for you!

     

    Hurricane Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Gabriela Soca

    Anaivette Ornelas

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday, November 8, 2019

     

    ALL wrestlers - If you are planning on wrestling this year, you must meet at the weight room after school today to help remove mats from storage. This is MANDATORY for all wrestlers. Arrange a ride home if you take the bus.

     

     

    Video Game club will be meeting Tuesday and Thursday after school next week.

     

     

    The Boys Varsity soccer team opened their Preseason with a 0-0 TIE vs Miami Country Day school.

     

    The game was controlled thru defense. Both squads had a great defensive scheme and showed well on the field. Josh Prince had 9 saves and allowed no goals on the night. The midfield played very well with Beckham McLeod, Zack Webb, Noah Butler and Carson Kennedy as they controlled the attacks from Miami Country Day. Raul Sanchez and Wilma Avila saw opportunities as they were the 2 strikers.

     

    Great job team. Today they will be facing LaSalle at 4pm on the second day of tournament. Go Canes!

     

     

    The Key Largo Bridge Race is TOMORROW. If you volunteered to work, the race and signed up for a shift, which begins at 6:30 AM, please park at Key Largo School and walk over to Rowells. If you are in need of volunteer hours, Ms. Kelley still Has shifts available-she also has the volunteer instructions in her room, so stop by before Friday to read them. If you are in Interact, do not forget to wear your Interact shirt.

     

     

    Attention Juniors and Seniors interested in registering for the December SAT or ACT - the registration deadline for both tests is TODAY. If you want to take the December test, log on to collegeboard.com to register for the SAT or ACTstudent.org to register for the ACT. Again, the registration deadline is TODAY at MIDNIGHT!

    Girls 14 and older - Are you interested in flying? Would you like to become a pilot? Homestead Airport is offering free discovery flights TOMORROW from 9-11 am. See the flyer at the front office for details.

    Preseason conditioning for boys and girls Track and Field will start November 12th from 2:50pm - 4:00pm on the track until Christmas Break! In order to participate you need a completed Athletic Packet with a medical release form and copy of your Insurance front and back handed into Coach James.

    SENIORS... We have less than 50 SEATS LEFT for your 2020 Grad Bash Experience! We urge you to purchase your ticket NOW! Remember - Your $100 deposit is NON-REFUNDABLE. Please see Mrs. Rife to make your payment.

     

     

    REMINDER! Veteran's Day is THIS Monday, so that means NO SCHOOL! And remember to honor our Veterans!

     

     

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day

     

     

    EDUCATION DIRECTION - Our education will determine our future! Today, ask yourself this: In which direction am I headed with my education?

    Am I studying hard?

    Am I doing my best?

    Am I preparing myself for a successful future?

     

    Birthday WEEKEND Shout-Outs Go To:

    Ms. Bedell

    Noel Quezada

    Coral Depauw

    Jessica Jara

    Keyla Diaz

     

     
       

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday, November 6, 2019

     

    Looking for a good book to read over the long weekend?  Ms. Haddad has weeded through the library shelves and storage closets and has hundreds of free books in the Media Center for students and teachers to take and keep. Stop in throughout the day to check them out. 

     

    The Key Largo Bridge Race is THIS Saturday. If you volunteered to work, the race and signed up for a shift which begins at 6:30 AM, please park at Key Largo School and walk over to Rowells. If you are in need of volunteer hours, Ms. Kelley still Has shifts available—she also has the volunteer instructions in her room, so stop by before Friday to read them. If you are in Interact, do not forget to wear your Interact shirt.

     

    If there are any 11th graders interested in applying to a service academy next year, such as West point, Air Force or Coast Guard Academy, see Ms. Harris to sign for an important meeting this Friday!

     

    Attention Juniors and Seniors interested in registering for the December SAT or ACT – the registration deadline for both tests is THIS Friday, November 8th.  If you want to take the December test, log on to collegeboard.com to register for the SAT or ACTstudent.org to register for the ACT.  Again, the registration deadline is THIS Friday at MIDNIGHT!

     

    Girls 14 and older - Are you interested in flying? Would you like to become a pilot? Homestead Airport is offering free discovery flights this Saturday from 9-11 am. See the flyer at the front office for details.

     

    Congratulations to these students who passed certification tests yesterday: Brandon Harrison passed Adobe PhotoShop – that’s the  third test he passed this year.

     

    Imani Murphy, Carolina Pinero, Noemi Quezada, Angel Martin Santos, Gaby Soca, Dustin Turner all passed their second tests in Microsoft Word.

     

    David Reihing and Claudia Rodriguez passed Microsoft PowerPoint. 

     

    So far, 44 students passed to date!  Keep up the great work!

     

    SENIORS… We have less than 50 SEATS LEFT for your 2020 Grad Bash Experience! We urge you to purchase your ticket NOW! Remember – Your $100 deposit is NON-REFUNDABLE.  Please see Mrs. Rife to make your payment.

     

    REMINDER! THIS THURSDAY is early release… plan your schedules accordingly.

     

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day

    Former President John F. Kennedy shares these words:

    In a time of turbulence and change, it is more true than ever that knowledge is power.

    Every day you have the opportunity to increase your knowledge and therefore increase your power in the world. In a rapidly changing world, we need bright and powerful human beings to make the changes positive!

     

    Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    (NONE)

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday, November 1, 2019

     

    Attention Sophomores! Take Stock in Children will be taking a college tour of Florida International University next week—see Mrs. Hager in Pod 1 for details.

    Attention Students Who Are Taking the SAT TOMORROW! Please park in the Wren Street parking lot, and be outside the Media Center by 7:30 AM. You must have your SAT admission ticket and a valid photo ID in order to be admitted. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE ONE OF THESE TWO ITEMS YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO TEST. Please bring your own calculator, pencils, water and snacks. Testing will begin at 8:00 am and end around 1:00 pm. If you have any questions please see Ms. Robin Fry in 4204.

     

     

    Any young ladies interested in playing Flag Football, please see Coach Russell or drop a note in his mailbox.  There will be an organizational meeting on THIS SUNDAY on the football field at 1 PM.

     

    Preseason Conditioning for Girls Lacrosse starts THIS TUESDAY (Nov. 5th) and will continue every Tuesday and Thursday from 5:00pm - 6:00pm until Christmas break!

     

    In order to participate you need a completed athletic packet with a medical release form and copy of your insurance front and back handed into Coach Hickory one week before the start of attending a practice. No exceptions!

     

     

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day

    High School Accomplishments - Be proud of what you have accomplished!  If you are not proud then reflect on what you can do to improve on your future high school years. Make your attendance a priority because the more you are here the more you will learn.

     

     

     

    Birthday WEEKEND Shout-Outs Go To:

    George Cuetara

    Kevin Leon

    Daniel Pease

    Pearl Burke

    Wyatt Clark

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Thursday, October 31, 2019

     

    Attention Sophomores!!!! Take Stock in Children will be taking a college tour of Florida International University next week—see Mrs. Hager in Pod 1 for details.

     

    Attention Students Who Are Taking the SAT this Saturday! Please park in the Wren Street parking lot, and be outside the Media Center by 7:30 AM. You must have your SAT admission ticket and a valid photo ID in order to be admitted. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE ONE OF THESE TWO ITEMS YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO TEST. Please bring your own calculator, pencils, water and snacks. Testing will begin at 8:00 am and end around 1:00 pm. If you have any questions please see Ms. Robin Fry in 4204.

     

    This is the last week for 10th-12th graders to sign up for the FREE ASVAB Military Entrance Exam! The test will be given here at school next week on Thursday, November 7th. Sign up with Ms. Harris or on the sign up sheet on the main bulletin board!

     

    Any young ladies interested in playing Flag Football, please see Coach Russell or drop a note in his mailbox.  There will be an organizational meeting on Sunday, November 3 on the football field at 1 PM.

     

    Preseason Conditioning for Girls Lacrosse starts November 5th and will continue every Tuesday and Thursday from 5:00pm - 6:00pm until Christmas break!

     

    In order to participate you need a completed athletic packet with a medical release form and copy of your insurance front and back handed into Coach Hickory one week before the start of attending a practice. No exceptions!

     

    Today is the last day for the Pbis PHOTO BOOTH during both lunches THIS WEEK for students and staff to have some Halloween fun! The cost is $1 per person, so come out to the courtyard and get your SPOOK ON!!! 

     

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day

    You and your time are MUCH too precious for idle gossip. Instead of gossiping, spend your time focusing on what's good about you and those around you.

     

    Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Ruben Castellanos

    Jacquelyn Wiktorek

     

     

    HAVE A HAPPY HALLOWEEN CORAL SHORES!

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday, October 30 2019

     

    The Swim Team had an AWESOME performance at the District Championship last Tuesday. Please congratulate the following swimmers who have advanced to the regional championship at NOVA Southeastern this Friday: Corley Smith, James Warrington, Zoe Marchetti, Andrea Lopez-McNenney, Colton Snodgrass, Bernardo Burga, Tanner Olsen, Sophie Kubida, Olivia Sargent, Skylar Poisson-Zettwoch, Elijah Blanco, Liana Castagna, Bodie Robbins, and Gabby Smith. Go CANES!”

     

    This is the last week for 10th-12th graders to sign up for the FREE ASVAB Military Entrance Exam! The test will be given here at school next week on Thursday, November 7th. Sign up with Ms. Harris or on the sign up sheet on the main bulletin board !

     

    Any young ladies interested in playing Flag Football, please see Coach Russell or drop a note in his mailbox.  There will be an organizational meeting on Sunday, November 3 on the football field at 1 PM.

    Preseason Conditioning for Girls Lacrosse starts November 5th and will continue every Tuesday and Thursday from 5:00pm - 6:00pm until Christmas break!

     

    In order to participate you need a completed athletic packet with a medical release form and copy of your insurance front and back handed into Coach Hickory one week before the start of attending a practice. No exceptions!

     

     

     

    And… the winner of the Purple Pinkie Polio Fundraiser contest is… Ms. Ledoux’s class! Congratulations! A total of $300 was raised for this fundraiser—each dollar allows 15 kids to get the vaccine!

     

    Pbis will be offering a PHOTO BOOTH during both lunches THIS WEEK for students and staff to have some Halloween fun! The cost is $1 per person, so come out to the courtyard and get your SPOOK ON!!! 

    Reminder to All Students - No Halloween costumes, OF ANY KIND, including face paint, are allowed to be worn tomorrow – dress code will be enforced.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day

    Smiles… A smile cannot be bought, borrowed or stolen, for it is no value to anyone until it is given away! Some people are too tired to give you a smile—so, give them one of yours, as none needs a smile so much as he who has none to give.

     

    Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Asher Cockerham

    Lucas Dennis

    Nicholas Zumer

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Tuesday, October 29, 2019

     

    The robotics club meeting for today has been cancelled.

    Congratulations to Sheridan Sengiali, who passed his Microsoft Excel certification last week!

    Any young ladies interested in playing Flag Football, please see Coach Russell or drop a note in his mailbox.  There will be an organizational meeting, November 3 on the football field at 1 PM.

    Preseason Conditioning for Girls Lacrosse starts November 5th and will continue every Tuesday and Thursday from 5:00pm - 6:00pm until Christmas break!

     

    In order to participate you need a completed athletic packet with a medical release form and copy of your insurance front and back handed into Coach Hickory one week before the start of attending a practice. No exceptions!

    Pbis will be offering a PHOTO BOOTH during both lunches THIS WEEK for students and staff to have some Halloween fun! The cost is $1 per person, so come out to the courtyard and get your SPOOK ON!!! 

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day

    Are you ready to BELIEVE that you can make a change?

    I BELIEVE stands for:

    BE-SAFE

    BE-RESPONSIBLE

    BE-RESPECTFUL

    BE-THERE

    BE-EMPOWERED

     

    LETS ALL LIVE BY WHAT WE BELIEVE!

    Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Craig Belcher

    Coral DiMartino

    Kevin Lopez

    David Reihing

    Madelyn Rivera

    Hunter Slate

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Monday, October 28, 2019

     

    Attention all Science National Honor Society members, there will be a meeting after school TODAY in room 4-205.

     

    Any young ladies interested in playing Flag Football, please see Coach Russell or drop a note in his mailbox.  There will be an organizational meeting, November 3 on the football field at 1 PM.

     

    Preseason Conditioning for Girls Lacrosse starts November 5th and will continue every Tuesday and Thursday from 5:00pm - 6:00pm until Christmas break!

     

    In order to participate you need a completed athletic packet with a medical release form and copy of your insurance front and back handed into Coach Hickory one week before the start of attending a practice. No exceptions!

    Congratulations to the following students who passed their Certiport tests on Friday.  Twenty-three students have earned at least one certifcation and four students have earned two certifications so far this year.

     

     

    •Laira Gomer will receive $100 from Monroe Compute$ by passing her Adobe Certified Associate test in PhotoShop and Sheridan Sengiali passed Excel and will receive $100 for completing his Microsoft Office Specialist certification.

     

    •Chayanne Cooper, Damaris Rego, Cade Ramsey and Robbie Reckwerdt passed their second Microsoft Office certifications in Word

     

    • Ethan Buchanan, Beckett Blackburn, Gaby Hernandez, Oliver Rutten, Griffan Sayre and Sokrates Zapsas all passed PowerPoint.

     

    Congratulations to all and keep up the great work!

    Pbis will be offering a PHOTO BOOTH during both lunches THIS WEEK for students and staff to have some Halloween fun! The cost is $1 per person, so come out to the courtyard and get your SPOOK ON!!! 

    SENIORS… We have less than 50 SEATS LEFT for your 2020 Grad Bash Experience! We urge you to purchase your ticket NOW! Remember – Your $100 deposit is NON-REFUNDABLE.  Please see Mrs. Rife to make your payment.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day

    Caring/Honesty - Any person who is honest, fair, kind, and generous to others is a success, no matter what your title, job or position is in life.

    Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

     

    Alondra Apolinario

    Anthony Berrios

    Wyatt Brown

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday, October 25, 2019

     

    Students taking the ACT TOMORROW should report to the Wrenn Street entrance of the Media Center at
    7:45 AM. Bring your photo id, admission ticket, #2 pencils, appropriate calculator, snacks and a sweater. See Ms. Wischmeier if you have any questions.

     

     

    Attention all Science National Honor Society members, we will have a meeting afterschool this Monday, Oct. 28 after school in room 4-205.

     

     

    Preseason Conditioning for Girls Lacrosse starts November 5th and will continue every Tuesday and Thursday from 5:00pm - 6:00pm until Christmas break!

     

    In order to participate you need a completed athletic packet with a medical release form and copy of your insurance front and back handed into Coach Hickory one week before the start of attending a practice. No exceptions!

     

     

    You want to take Halloween to a whole new level?!! Then come to the Coral Shores High School Night at the Village Cemetery on October 30th from 7 to 9 PM—located behind The Trading Post. Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door  - see a softball player to get your ticket today!

     

     

    Pbis will be offering a PHOTO BOOTH during both lunches for students and staff to have some Halloween fun! The cost is $1 per person, so come out to the courtyard next week, October 28th -31st and get your SPOOK ON!!! 

     

     

    SENIORS… We have less than 50 SEATS LEFT for your 2020 Grad Bash Experience! We urge you to purchase your ticket NOW! Remember – Your $100 deposit is NON-REFUNDABLE.  Please see Mrs. Rife to make your payment.

     

     

    Also - SENIORS, please bring your school appropriate senior quotes, as well as your baby pictures, for the yearbook to Ms. Webb in room 2-222. These are due TODAY! No forms needed.

     

    Send a SPOOKY GRAM with a treat to that special someone! Only $2… messages will be distributed on Halloween Day during your 6th period class. LAST DAY FOR SALES is Friday the 25th.  See Leadership students to purchase one or see Ms. Rife.     

     

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day

    A quote from Winston Churchill: A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty. Choose to be an optimist!!!

     

    Birthday Weekend Shout-Outs Go To:

    Ms. Anderson

    Elijah Blanco

    Theo Harris

    Raul Sanchez

    Amy Alvarez

    Bryce Bynum

    Grebil Erazo Santos

    Arin Rivera

    Evelyn Dehart

    Teryl Dorsey

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Thursday, October 24, 2019

     

    TODAY there will be a MOCK TRIAL meeting in Mr. Grimes’ pod right after school. Anyone that is interested is welcome to attend.

     

    D&D club will not meet today after school… D&D club has been cancelled.

     

    It’s Purple Pinkie Week… a fundraiser to eradicate Polio all over the world! Donate $2 (or whatever you can) in your six period class TODAY, and the class who raises the most money for this GREAT cause will receive a Pizza Party from Rotary.

     

    Also, remember to wear PURPLE (and your purple beads from Pbis) TOMORROW to show your support to end polio!

    Students taking the ACT this Saturday should report to the Wrenn Street entrance of the Media Center at
    7:45 AM. Bring your photo id, admission ticket, #2 pencils, appropriate calculator, snacks and a sweater. See Ms. Wischmeier if you have any questions.

     

    Attention all Science National Honor Society members, we will have a meeting afterschool this Monday, Oct. 28 after school in room 4-205.

     

    Pbis will be offering a PHOTO BOOTH during both lunches for students and staff to have some Halloween fun! The cost is $1 per person, so come out to the courtyard next week, October 28th -31st and get your SPOOK ON!!! 

     

    SENIORS… We have less than 50 SEATS LEFT for your 2020 Grad Bash Experience! We urge you to purchase your ticket NOW! Remember – Your $100 deposit is NON-REFUNDABLE.  Please see Mrs. Rife to make your payment.

     

    Also - SENIORS, please bring your school appropriate senior quotes, as well as your baby pictures, for the yearbook to Ms. Webb in room 2-222. These are due TOMORROW! No forms needed.

    Send a SPOOKY GRAM with a treat to that special someone! Only $2… messages will be distributed on Halloween Day during your 6th period class. LAST DAY FOR SALES is Friday the 25th.  See Leadership students to purchase one or see Ms. Rife.     

     

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day

    Take time to care: Today will never come again. Be a Blessing, Be a Friend - Encourage someone—Take time to care. Let your words heal and not WOUND!

     

    Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Vincent Biondeletti

    Niomi Garcia

    Isaiah Sanders

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Tuesday, October 22, 2019

     

    Attention all students! The College Fair Tour will be here next Monday, Oct. 28th from 4:30-6:00pm. You and your parents are invited to attend!

     

     

    This week is Purple Pinkie Week… a fundraiser on October 24th sponsored by CSHS Interact & Rotary Clubs, as part of an International effort to end polio.

     

     

    We will be having a fundraiser/donation at school this Thursday for $2 per person. The class with the most money collected will be treated to a pizza party by the Rotary.

     

    Also, remember to wear PURPLE this Friday to show your support to end polio!

    Congratulations to our Athletes of the Week: Corley Smith & Lucas Dennis!!! Way to go!

    SENIORS… We have less than 50 SEATS LEFT for your 2020 Grad Bash Experience! We urge you to purchase your ticket NOW! Remember – Your $100 deposit is NON-REFUNDABLE.  Please see Mrs. Rife to make your payment.

     

    Also - SENIORS, please bring your school appropriate senior quotes, as well as your baby pictures, for the yearbook to Ms. Webb in room 2-222. These are due no later than THIS FRIDAY! No forms needed.

     

    Send a SPOOKY GRAM with a treat to that special someone! Only $2… messages will be distributed on Halloween Day during your 6th period class. Sales will be from Oct. 17th – 25th.  See Leadership students to purchase one or see Ms. Rife.     

     

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day

    What lies behind us, and what lies before us, are tiny matters compared to what lies within us!

    Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Joshua Dionne

    Karli Richards

    Kyle Richards

    Emme Santayana

    Benjamin Whittle

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Monday, October 21, 2019

     

    Awesome game Friday night vs. Palm Glades! Coral Shores 54 - Palm Glades 6!

    Joel Sacerio 2-for -5 for 33 yards Passing; Brian Lesko 1-for -2 for 18 yards Passing; Rushing - Lucas Dennis 98 yards 5 carries 2 Touch Downs; Chris Cooper 29 yards rushing /37 yards off 2 Receptions and 1 Touch Down; Ozzy Vega 5 carries 59 yards 1 Touch Downs; Yaxel Valladares 1 carry 19 yards 1 Touch Down;

    Jeronimo Reynoso-Heaten 3 carries for 10 yards 1 Touch Down; Gage Dennis 2 carries 6 yards 1 Touch Down;

    Angel Gutierrez had 1 reception for 14 yards.

    The Defense played Outstanding holding Palm Glades to 6 points. The next game will be Friday 10/25 home VS Somerset Academy-Canyons at 7pm. Go Canes!!

     

    Competition Tryouts start today at 4pm in the cheer room next to the girls locker room. Please have a signed consent ready to turn in before the start of practice. 

    Girls Soccer Tryouts start TODAY and run through Tuesday, 10/29/19 from 4:00-5:45 PM each school day.

    The Environmental Club is meeting today after school in Ms. Rosenow’s room.

    Attention all video game club members! Please meet in Room 2-224 for video game club today. Club will run an extra 25 minutes today, so please make sure to have a ride arranged to go home after the club meeting.

     

    Video game club is filling up fast and is always accepting new members! If you would like to inquire about joining, you can talk to club directors Reese Bonner, Dylan Marguet and Eric Barnes.

     

    SENIORS… We only have 50 SEATS LEFT for your 2020 Grad Bash Experience! We urge you to purchase your ticket NOW! Remember – Your $100 deposit is NON-REFUNDABLE.  Please see Mrs. Rife to make your payment.

     

    Also - SENIORS, please bring your school appropriate senior quotes, as well as your baby pictures, for the yearbook to Mrs. Webb in room 2-222. These are due no later than THIS FRIDAY!

     

    Send a SPOOKY GRAM with a treat to that special someone! Only $2… messages will be distributed on Halloween Day during your 6th period class. Sales will be from Oct. 17th – 25th.  See Leadership students to purchase one or see Ms. Rife.     

     

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day

    Quote from Steve Jobs:

    If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking. Don’t settle. As with all matters of the heart, you’ll know when you find it.

     

    Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Nelson Garcia

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday, October 18, 2019

     

     

    Video Game Club: This week’s meeting will be TODAY after school.

     

    Competition Cheerleading Tryouts will be held October 21st-25th, with team posting on October 28th and a MANDATORY Parent and Athlete Meeting held Monday November 4th at 6:00pm. Pick up your form in the front office.

     

    SENIORS… We only have 50 SEATS LEFT for your 2020 Grad Bash Experience! We urge you to purchase your ticket NOW! Remember – Your $100 deposit is NON-REFUNDABLE.  Please see Mrs. Rife to make your payment.

     

     

    Also - SENIORS, please bring your school appropriate senior quotes, as well as your baby pictures, for the yearbook to Mrs. Webb in room 2-222. These are due no later than October 25th.

     

    Send a SPOOKY GRAM with a treat to that special someone! Only $2… messages will be distributed on Halloween Day during your 6th period class. Sales will be from Oct. 17th – 25th.  See Leadership students to purchase one or see Ms. Rife.     

     

    GOOD LUCK to our football team tonight against Palm Glades… GOOOO CANES!

     

     

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day

    Problem Solving

    When we're having a problem with someone in our lives, and we don't know what to do, it can be a good idea to talk with a person we trust, like a parent, a counselor, or a teacher.

    We all learn from our problems and guidance can be the best solution.

    Birthday WEEKEND Shout-Outs Go To:

    Elizabeth Hagenbucher

    Milena Duran

    Jade Tyler

    Reece Jahn

    Skylar Jenkins

    Matthew Patterson

    Raquel Lopez

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Thursday, October 17, 2019

     

    The Lady Canes Volleyball team won in the Quarter Finals District Playoffs on Monday against Everglades Prep. They went on to play in the Semi-Finals Tuesday and lost the first set 20-25, won the second set 29-27 after a long hard battle, then unfortunately we lost the next two sets from some hard floater serves. The Lady Canes had a wonderful season! Coach Ets-Hokin is proud of each and every one of you for your love of the game, team chemistry, and persistence on the court. All volleyball players need to hand in their (3) uniforms and warm ups to be cleared for the next sport- please drop off in room 4-106 or mailbox in office. Banquet details will be released soon. Way to Go Lady Canes on an outstanding season!!!

     

    If you would like to take the ASVAB military Entrance Exam given free here at school on Nov. 7th, please sign up on the main bulletin board. The College Fair will be here Oct. 28th! Start getting your questions ready for the recruiters now!

     

     

    Attention Wrestlers: Make sure to go the meeting for wrestling after school TODAY in front of the weight room.

     

     

    Don’t forget… Cosmic Con for Teens is TODAY, and every Thursday, at 4 PM at the Islamorada Library. Participants are welcome to introduce ideas for activities in these sessions.

    Video Game Club: This week’s meeting will be tomorrow after school.

    SENIORS… With limited space available for your 2020 Grad Bash Experience. We urge you to purchase your ticket NOW! ONLY 50 SEATS LEFT!!! Please see Mrs. Rife for payment.

     

    Also - SENIORS, please bring your school appropriate senior quotes, as well as your baby pictures, for the yearbook to Mrs. Webb in room 2-222. These are due no later than October 25th.

    Send a SPOOKY GRAM with a treat to that special someone! Only $2… messages will be distributed on Halloween Day during your 6th period class. Sales will be from Oct. 17th – 25th.  See Leadership students to purchase one or see Ms. Rife.    

     

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day

    Mold your character

    We are taught many rules from a young age, but in the end, there's only so much those around us can do to shape us. We have to decide our own character. The final forming of a person's character lies in their own hands.

     

     

    Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Ms. Haddad
    Jasmine Valdes

    Alexis Terry

    Benjamin Zelada

    Alana Byrd
    Hailey Kent

    Alyssa Webb

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Tuesday, October 15, 2019

     

    TODAY is National M&M Day—and the winner of the M&M jar, with a guess of 4,137 is… Mr. Jiovennetta!! Congratulations… Ms. Trish will deliver your prize to you!

    The Lady Canes Volleyball team traveling to Palmer Trinity last night for Quarter Finals in the District Play offs and beat Everglades Prep in three straight sets. They will advance to Semi Finals tonight and will be taking on Palmer Trinity at 7:00 PM. Please come support our team, and if you can’t make it wish the girls good luck when you see them! Go Canes!!

    Coral Shores senior Dillon Walters, a third baseman and pitcher for the Canes, has been selected to participate in the 10th Annual SFCBL Futures Game this Saturday (October 19th) in Lakeland. 

     

    The Futures Game has had a rich alumni of Major Leaguers, draft picks and college players.  Walter’s becomes the first Coral Shores player ever selected for this elite team. CONGRATULATIONS DILLON!

     

    Boys Soccer Tryouts are TODAY right after school (3:00PM) at the soccer field.

    Girls Weightlifting also begins TODAY after school in the weight room.

    TODAY is the Cross Country’s Home meet at Pennekamp Park. The first race will start at 4:00 PM. Also, anyone looking to get community service needs to sign up by the end of school today in front of Mr. Suarez’s Classroom.

    TOMORROW IS is early release and PSAT testing for all 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students. Please report to your testing room and be on time! Bring two #2 pencils, calculator, snacks, and water.

    Parking Spot Painting is TOMORROW after school. Contracts need to be submitted to Ms. Rife TODAY by 2:30 PM. Otherwise, you will not be able to paint your parking stump until next time around.

    Attention Wrestlers: Make sure to go the meeting for wrestling after school Thursday in front of the weight room.

    Video Game Club: This week’s meeting will be Friday after school.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day

    Being Thankful

    Be thankful for what you are now, and keep fighting for what you want to be tomorrow! You are in control of your future… Make it BRIGHT!

    Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Daniel Ornelas

    Blake Turner

    Chris DeFonzo

    Ivan Mendoza

    Alyssa Sanchez

    Natalie Turner

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday, October 11, 2019

     

    The two names that have been randomly selected by Pbis for our FYI-YAY lunch gift certificates are:
    Evelyn Dehart and Christopher Sandoval! Please come down to the office to receive your prize.

     

    The Hurricanes football team traveled to Boca Raton last night to face St. John Paul Academy – it was a great performance by the Canes as they battled to the end of regulation. It was in overtime the Hurricanes came up short 26-20. Great effort by all the canes as Chis Cooper led the Hurricanes in rushing yards last night. Come out next week for senior night as your Coral shores Hurricanes host Palm Glades Academy.

     

    A late shout out to our Athletes of the Week… Jeronimo Reynoso and Riley Dobson. Way to go!

     

    The Lady Canes Volleyball Team beat Pinecrest Prep Wednesday night. It was a great win for Senior Night. They played long hard volleys and never gave up. Senior Carly Lindback had 11 kills, 3 aces, 4 blocks, and 15 digs, Riley Dobson had 16 kills, and 20 digs, Elise Jordan added 6 kills, 5 blocks, and 14 digs, Samantha Martinez had a great night with 50 digs, Camryn Ets-Hokin added 4 kills 2 aces, 17 assists, and 15 digs, Emma Brower had 20 assists, and Karina Betancourt and Zoey Meyers each had 2 kills. The Lady Canes will be leaving Thursday to head to Orlando for the OTVA Swing for the Cure Tournament- wish them luck! Go Canes!

     

    Congratulations to these students who passed their PowerPoint tests yesterday:

     

    Makayla Dudley, Dylan Marguet,  Cade Ramsey, Damaris Rego, Robbie Reckwerdt and Raul Sanchez.

     

     

    Odin Medina passed his Excel test to become a fully certified Microsoft Office Specialist!  Also Matthew Darrow passed two Microsoft Technology Associate tests in Javascript Programming and Software Development Fundamentals!

     

     

    Special thanks to Ms. Signorelli and Ms. Sternberg for their help in testing!

     

    THIS TUESDAY is National M&M Day—today is your last chance to take a guess at how many M&M’s are in the jar. Winner be announced on Tuesday and will receive ALL of those YUMMY M&M’s.

     

    Boys Soccer Tryouts will be Tuesday right after school (3:00PM)--we will meet at the soccer field.  Have all your paperwork and physical done and turned in.  If you want to play soccer, you need to come out on Tuesday.

     

    Girls Weightlifting also begins Tuesday after school in the weight room. Please have your athletic packet complete for the first practice!

     

    Next Wednesday is early release for PSAT testing. All 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students will be testing. Please make sure you arrive on time. You can use your Khan Academy account to prepare for any College Board tests. Also… if you received an extended testing time form, please do not forget to turn in your YELLOW bus pass to the front office TODAY!!!!!

     

    SENIORS… With Limited space available for your 2020 Grad Bash Experience. We urge you to purchase your ticket NOW! First 50 Students will have the chance to choose their bus. Please see Mrs. Rife for payment.

    Only 65 seats left.

     

    Reminder… there is no school this Monday for Teacher Work Day!

     

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day

    A Quote from Ellen DeGeneres… Find out who you are and be that person—that’s what your soul was put on this earth to be. Find that truth, live that truth, and everything else will come.

     

    Birthday Weekend Shout-Outs Go To:

    Ms. Gonzalez

    Wellington Gideon

    Valeria Gonzalez

    Susan Gutierrez

    Kirstin Malloggi

    Abigail Sebben

    Kelly Morales

    Alexis Kumar

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Thursday, October 10, 2019

     

    Seniors…..If you are going to participate in painting your parking stump next Wednesday after school, you need to go and see Mrs. Rife in room 4-215 Friday after school to pick up your contract.  You MUST turn in the contract to Mrs. Rife by the end of the day Oct. 15th. You will not be able to paint if Mrs. Rife does not have your contract!   **YOU MUST HAVE YOUR OWN PAINT AND SUPPLIES*****

     

    Seniors, please bring your school appropriate senior quotes, as well as your baby pictures, for the yearbook to Mrs. Webb in room 2-222. These are due no later than October 25th.

     

    Wrestling Practice for the wrestling club has been cancelled today. Do not go to Mr. J’s room today. Go to dismissal.

     

    There will be a Senior FAFSA Workshop for Take Stock in Children TODAY at 6:30PM in the Media Center.

     

     

    There will be no gaming club after school today.

    There will be a Girls Basketball meeting TODAY  right after school in the room next to the Boys locker room.  If for any reason you can't attend, please see Coach Meyers.

     

     

    Boys Soccer Tryouts has changed to Tuesday, October 15th, right after school (3:00PM)--we will meet at the soccer field.  Have all your paperwork and physical done and turned in.  If you want to play soccer, you need to come out on Tuesday.

     

    There will be a meeting for everyone interested in wrestling this year on Thursday, October 17 immediately following school in front of the weight room. Sign-up sheets are in the front office.

     

    There will be a brief fishing club meeting right after school on Thursday, October 17th.  See Coach Meyers for details.

     

     

    Competition Cheerleading Tryouts will be held October 21st through the 25th, with team posting on October 28th. There will also be a MANDATORY Parent and Athlete Meeting held Monday, November 4th at 6:00pm. Athletes trying out - please pick up a Competition Cheerleading Packet from Coach Hickory or in the front office.

     

    October 15th is National M&M Day—

    Ms Trish with PBIS  has placed a jar of M&M’s in the main office for students and staff to guess how many are in the jar.  The closest number without going over will win the M&M’s on October 15th- Only one guess per person—stop by before or after school or during your lunch to place a guess . 

     

     

    Girls Weightlifting begins Tuesday, Oct 15th after school in the weight room. Please have your athletic packet complete for the first practice!

     

     

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day

    Reaching your goals

     

    Don’t wait until you reach your goal to be proud

    Be proud of every step you take towards that goal!!

     

    Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Emily Haroun

    Shawn Funk

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday, October 9, 2019

     

    Come down to Founders Park this afternoon at 4pm to support the Coral Shores Swimmers and Divers as they take on rival Key West! Go Canes!

    Seniors, please bring your school appropriate senior quotes, as well as your baby pictures, for the yearbook to Mrs. Webb in room 2-222. These are due no later than October 25th.

    There will be a Senior FAFSA Workshop for Take Stock in Children tomorrow, Thursday, October 10th at 6:30PM in the Media Center. 

    There will be a Girls Basketball meeting Thursday, October 10th  right after school in the room next to the Boys locker room.  If for any reason you can't attend, please see Coach Meyers.

    Boys Soccer Tryouts have been changed from Monday, October 14th to Tuesday, October 15th, right after school (3:00PM)--we will meet at the soccer field.  Have all your paperwork and physical done and turned in.  If you want to play soccer, you need to come out on Tuesday.

    There will be a meeting for everyone interested in wrestling this year on Thursday, October 17 immediately following school in front of the weight room. Sign-up sheets are in the front office.

    There will be a brief fishing club meeting right after school on Thursday , October 17th.  See Coach Meyers for details

    Competition Cheerleading Tryouts will be held October 21st through the 25th, with team posting on October 28th. There will also be a MANDATORY Parent and Athlete Meeting held Monday, November 4th at 6:00pm. Athletes trying out - please pick up a Competition Cheerleading Packet from Coach Hickory or in the front office.

    Girls Weightlifting begins Tuesday, Oct 15th after school in the weight room. Please have your athletic packet complete for the first practice!

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day

    PAYING ATTENTION:

    A quote from journalist Diane Sawyer-

     

    I think the one lesson I have learned is that there is no substitute for paying attention.

     

    Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Jessi Lalanne

    Pedro Perez

    Joseph Stubblefield

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Monday, October 7, 2019

     

    Congratulations to the Hurricanes on there performance on last Friday night verses the Marathon Dolphins. The Hurricanes came out swinging hard, on the opening possession Zak Filpes took the kickoff return 80 yard for the score, shortly after Chris Cooper broke free on a 55 yard TD run.  The defense as always played a bend but don't  break defensive game, as Gage Dennis recovered a fumble on Marathons 15yard line, shorty after Lucas Dennis cap off the scoring drive with a 3 yard run as the Hurricanes came out victorious 19-13. GO CANES!!!

     

     

    Are you interested in photography? Would you like to travel abroad? Join the group heading to England and Ireland this summer. See the posters around the campus for additional information.

     

    There will be a girls basketball meeting Thursday right after school in the room next to the boys locker room.  If for any reason you can't attend please see Coach Meyers.

    Next Wednesday is early release for PSAT testing. All 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students will be testing. Please make sure you arrive on time. You can use your Khan Academy account to prepare for any College Board tests.

    The ASVAB Military entrance exam will be give FREE here at school on Nov. 7th. Please sign up on the main bulletin board downstairs if you would like to take it . 10th-12th graders.

     

    Seniors…it is time to register for FREE money for college! Go to FAFSA.gov. Bright Futures registration is open now also. Look for the lime green flyers!

    Boys Soccer Tryouts:

    Monday October 14

    Right after school (3:00PM) we will meet at the field.  Have all your paperwork and physical done and turned in.  If you want to play soccer you need to come out.

    Attention all JV Volleyball players need to hand in both uniforms and warm up to Coach Ets-Hokin by Thursday. This Tuesday – tomorrow- October 8th is the last home game for Varsity and Senior Night. We will be honoring Carly Lindback at 5:00 in the gym- game time is 5:30 – we would love to fill the stands to cheer on the team as they take on Pinecrest Prep tomorrow at 5:00. See you there!

     

    There will be a meeting for everyone interested in wrestling this year on Thursday, October 17 immediately following school in front of the weight room. Sign-up sheets are in the front office.

     

    ***SENIORS*** GRAD BASH IS COMING! Secure your spot now. Deposit of $100 can be given to Mrs. Rife. Don’t wait to the last minute, spots are filling in quickly.

     

     

    Competition Cheerleading Tryouts will be held October 21st through the 25th, with team posting on October 28th. There will also be a MANDATORY Parent and Athlete Meeting held Monday, November 4th at 6:00pm. Athletes trying out - please pick up a Competition Cheerleading Packet from Coach Hickory. 

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day

     

     

    Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Dylan Marguet

    Hunter Marguet

    Joel Gutierrez

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday, October 4, 2019

     

    The Lady Canes took on Palmer Trinity last night losing 13-25. The Lady Canes played hard in the second set picking up more digs and a faster offense, but fell short 20-25. They gave it their all in the third set and never gave up- it was close 24-26. Highlights of the game:  Carly Lindback with 9 kills, 3 aces, and 11 digs, Elise Jordan and Ava Swanson both had 4 kills, Elise had 4 solo blocks and 8 assisted blocks at the net, Samantha Martinez had 36 digs picking up many hard driven spikes. The Lady Canes want to wish Senior Captain Carly Lindback a very happy birthday today. Next Tuesday will be our last home game and SENIOR Night – Please come cheer on the Lady Canes and Senior Carly Lindback Oct. 8th at 5:00.

     

     

    The JV girls fought hard, but lost in 3 games.  Freshman Cloe Durham, Kailee Reinoso, and Jasmine Valdez put up a great fight on defense.  Lana Tiedeman Served 12 total points, and had five aces.  Zoe Myers had five solo blocks, and Alissa Mesa had 2 solo blocks.  Great game JV.

     

    Attention Students Who Are Taking the SAT TOMORROW: Please park in the Wren Street parking lot, and be outside the Media Center by 7:30 AM. You must have your SAT admission ticket and a valid photo ID in order to be admitted. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE ONE OF THESE TWO ITEMS, YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO TEST. Please bring your own calculator, pencils, water and snacks. Testing will begin at 8:00 am and end around 1:00 pm. If you have any questions please see Ms. Robin Fry in 4-204.

     

    Reminder:  Picture retake day is THIS MONDAY. This will be your last chance to have your picture taken for the yearbook. Please see Ms. Webb in room 2-222 if you have any questions. You can also order your pictures online at HJMiami.com under PHOTOGRAPHY.

     

    Who doesn’t love M&M’s??? And… October 15th is National M&M Day!—Ms Trish with PBIS  has placed a jar of M&M’s in the main office for students and staff to guess how many are in the jar. The closest number without going over will win the M&M’s on October 15th-Only one guess per person—stop by before or after school or during your lunch to place a guess.

     

    There will be a meeting for everyone interested in wrestling this year on Thursday, October 17 immediately following school in front of the weight room. Sign-up sheets are in the front office.

     

    Competition Cheerleading Tryouts will be held October 21st through the 25th, with team posting on October 28th. There will also be a MANDATORY Parent and Athlete Meeting held Monday, November 4th at 6:00pm. Athletes trying out - please pick up a Competition Cheerleading Packet from Coach Hickory. 

     

    ***SENIORS*** GRAD BASH IS COMING! Secure your spot now. Deposit of $100 can be given to Mrs. Rife. Don’t wait to the last minute, spots are filling in quickly.

     

    And… Don’t miss the BIG FOOTBALL GAME tonight against Marathon at 7 PM… it’s the GAME OF THE YEAR!!

     

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day

     

    Jealous Feelings - We all feel jealous at some point in our lives. Sometimes it's because we feel left out or we feel that we don't have the advantages that others seem to have. The good news is that it's possible to overcome jealousy by focusing on our own talents and goals.

     

    Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:
    Carly Lindback

    Kaya Sena

    Kaylee Jensen

    Kaysie Cline

    Tina Matus

    Mia Milchman

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Thursday, October 3, 2019

     

    The Coral Shores Swimming and Diving Team took on LaSalle yesterday at home and pulled off an impressive win! Highlights included Colton Snodgrass’s comeback for the boys 200 Medley relay; Gabby Smith, Bodie Robbins, Lilly Trumbull, and Carlie Stanley sweeping the girls 50 Free; Ariel Galvan and Julien Baidet’s 1-2 finish in the 100 Yard Free, and Sophie Kubida and Olivia’s Sargent’s 1-2 finish in the 100 Breastsroke. Great swims were had by all! Come out to Founder’s Park next Wednesday as the Canes take on rival Key West! Go Canes Swimmers and Divers!

     

    There will be a meeting for everyone interested in wrestling this year on Thursday, October 17 immediately following school in front of the weight room.

     

     

     

    Reminder:  Picture retake day is this Monday, October 7th. This will be your last chance to have your picture taken for the yearbook. Please see Ms. Webb in room 2-222 if you have any questions. You can also order your pictures online at HJMiami.com under PHOTOGRAPHY.

    October 15th is National M&M Day—Ms Trish with Pbis  has placed a jar of M&M’s in the main office for students and staff to guess how many are in the jar. The closest number without going over will win the M&M’s on October 15th-Only one guess per person—stop by before or after school or during your lunch to place a guess.

    Competition Cheerleading Tryouts will be held October 21st through the 25th, with team posting on October 28th. There will also be a MANDATORY Parent and Athlete Meeting held Monday, November 4th at 6:00pm. Athletes trying out - please pick up a Competition Cheerleading Packet from Coach Hickory. 

    Comic-Con for Teens is TODAY and every Thursday in October at 4 p.m. at Islamorada Library—geared for teens, ages 12 and up. No registration necessary, and it’s FREE! There are four weekly sessions currently planned for October, although we may add more per demand. For the first session, local artist