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    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 Maxine Trainer will be introducing the topic of the comics universe and mask designing. Participants are welcome to introduce ideas for activities in these sessions.

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day

     

    Don’t worry be Happy!! In today’s world, too many of us spend far too much time worrying about how to get more and better things. Students ---stop to consider that it's easy to get stressed when we forget what's truly important —enjoying what we have with the people we love.

     

    Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:
    Dylan Finan

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Tuesday, October 1, 2019

     

    Giving a CANES SHOUT OUT to our Athletes of the Week… Sheila Gonzalez & Julian Baidet. Congratulations!

     

    Boys or Girls Weightlifting Team: There will be an informational meeting after school TODAY in Room
    2-109. This meeting is mandatory for all females interested in joining the team. If you cannot attend, please speak with Mrs. Hamilton before the meeting.

     

    TODAY opens registration for College Financial Aid! Register with the FAFSA.gov and Bright Futures NOW! The ASVAB Military entrance Exam will be given on Thursday, Nov. 7th Free exam during school for any 10th-12th grader who wishes to sign up! Sign-up sheet is on the main bulletin board downstairs.

     

    Girls who are interested in trying out for Girls Soccer this upcoming season… Please attend a quick pre-tryout meeting after school TOMORROW from 2:35-2:45pm at Room 2-109 with Coach Fazio.

     

    Did you miss getting your picture taken yesterday? Picture retake day is Monday, October 7th. This will be your last chance to have your picture taken for the yearbook. If you missed picture day, or you would like have your picture re-taken, please do not miss this day. Please see Mrs. Webb in room 2-222 if you have any questions.

     

    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. 

     

     

    Staff & Students

    Don’t forget to stop by the main office and guess how many M&M’s are in the jar--Winner will be announced on National M&M Day, Tuesday, October 15th.

     

    Please come support the Lady Canes Volleyball team as they take on Keys Gate today. JV plays at 4:00 and Varsity at 5:30—Go Canes!!

     

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day

     

    Listen Closely – It is important that we learn to listen to one another in order to build successful relationships at school, at home, and in the community. Active listening is an acquired skill. When we listen deeply to one another, we convey respect and caring and make the world a better place to be.

     

    Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:
    Ila Gorman

    Caroline Althouse

    Maglyn Scott

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Monday, September 30, 2019

     

    Congratulations to the following students who passed their Microsoft PowerPoint Certification tests on Friday:

    Reese Bonner, Gabriela Soca, Noemi Quezada, Angel Martin Santos, Imani Murphy and Dustin Turner! Great job everyone!

     

    For those interested in Competition Cheerleading… there will be an informational meeting TODAY at 6:00pm in the PE Classroom. Parents are encouraged to come.

     

    Attention Teachers & Students… those students planning to donate blood tomorrow need to turn in consent forms TODAY to Ms. Hager’s box in the front office in order to receive an appointment card. Without an appointment card, students will not be permitted to leave class tomorrow.  Ms. Hager (NOT MS. RIFE) will be in charge of distributing appointment cards to those students who have turned in a consent form.

    Students will ONLY be permitted to donate blood during their elective classes, so teachers, please do not allow students to leave your class unless they have an appointment card with them. 

    Boys or Girls Weightlifting Team: There will be an informational meeting after school TOMORROW in Room
    2-109. This meeting is mandatory for all females interested in joining the team. If you cannot attend, please speak with Mrs. Hamilton before the meeting.

     

    Girls who are interested in trying out for Girls Soccer this upcoming season… Please attend a quick pre-tryout meeting after school Wednesday, October 2 from 2:35-2:45pm at Room 2-109 with Coach Fazio.

     

     

    ***SENIORS*** GRAD BASH IS COMING! Secure your spot now. Deposit of $100 can be given to Ms. Rife. Don’t wait to the last minute, spots are filling in quickly.

     

     

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day

     

    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 with 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!

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday, September 27, 2019

     

    Happy Fri-YAYYYYYY! And the winners of the PBIS lunch raffle are…. Allie Cooper & Evan Tiedemann!! Please come down to the office, and collect your lunch gift certificates from Chad’s!

     

    And the PBIS Kindness Poster winner for the class pizza party is… Ms. Frier’s 2nd period class—Congratulations and thank you to everyone who participated!

     

    Pantry bags will be going home TODAY. Passes will be delivered during 7th period. Please remember to leave your pass on the table when you collect your bag, that way Ms. Trish has it for the following week!

     

    Take Stock still needs volunteers this Sunday at the ELKS Club from 6-9 PM. Sign up with Mrs. Kelley before 2:45pm TODAY!

     

    The Lady Canes Volleyball Varsity team beat the KW Conchs last night!! Great Win Lady Canes!! Riley Dobson had a record 20 kills, and Samantha Martinez had a record 40 digs. The Lady Canes will be taking on Keys Gate next Tuesday October 1st – JV 4:00PM and Varsity 5:30. Please come support our team!!

     

    Attention any boys or girls interested in the weightlifting team: There will be an informational meeting after school on Tuesday, Oct 1 in Room 2-109. This meeting is mandatory for all females interested in joining the team. If you cannot attend, please speak with Mrs. Hamilton before the meeting.

     

    Anyone interested in trying out for boys basketball this season, please go add your name to the sign-up sheet in
    Mr. Suarez’s classroom between classes. Coach Suarez’s classroom is room 4-213.

     

     

    Any Student interested in Competition Cheerleading… there will be an informational meeting Monday, September 30th at 6:00pm in the PE Classroom. Parents are encouraged to come.

     

    Don’t forget to look your best on Monday, September 30th because it’s SCHOOL PICTURE DAY! Take home your picture day flyer and share it with your parents, so they can order enough pictures for friends and relatives.

     

    The BlOOD DRIVE will be TUESDAY OCTOBER 1ST – If you want to donate blood, sign up on the orange sheet in the front office and get your consent form. If you are under the age of 18, you must have a signed consent form, by a parent, on the day of the blood drive in order to donate. You must also have your appointment card with you, which will be given to you on Monday after you sign up.

     

    ***SENIORS*** GRAD BASH IS COMING! Secure your spot now. Deposit of $100 can be given to Ms. Rife. Don’t wait to the last minute, spots are filling in quickly.

     

    Good luck to our football team as they take on the Ransom Everglades 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!

     

    Birthday Weekend Shout-Outs Go To:


    Ms. Truesdale

    Angelina Bello

    Kayla Mohn

    Mia DiGiorgio

    Nicolas Rodriguez

    Colin Schmitt

    Lillia Adrian

    Kaila Jorgensen

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Thursday, September 26, 2019

     

    Pantry bags will be going home TOMORROW instead of today because of early release. Ms. Trish will send your pass up to 7th period tomorrow. Please remember to leave your pass on the table when you collect your bag, that way she has it for the following week!

     

    Reminders – Today’s Cross Country meet has been canceled, and Varsity Volleyball plays at 4:00 PM today and JV plays at 5:30 PM.

     

    Don’t forget to look your best on Monday, September 30th because it’s SCHOOL PICTURE DAY! Take home your picture day flyer and share it with your parents, so they can order enough pictures for friends and relatives.

     

    BlOOD DRIVE - TUESDAY OCTOBER 1ST – If you want to donate blood, swing by the office to sign up on the orange sheet and get your consent form. If you are under the age of 18, you must have the consent form with you on the day of the blood drive completely filled out and signed by a parent in order to donate. You must also have your appointment card with you, which will be given to you on Monday after you sign up.

     

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day

    When you have respect for yourself, it shows in EVERYTHING you do!

     

    Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:

    Kyla Catarineau Brianna Johnson Eve Schultz

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

     

    Wednesday, September 25, 2019

     

    GRAD BASH IS COMING! Secure your spot now. Deposit of $100 can be given to Ms. Rife. Don’t wait to the last minute, spots are filling in quickly.

     

    Congratulations to Jason Castillo, a College Board Scholar for the National Hispanic Recognition Program. He is the first at our school to receive this honor!

     

    Comic-Con for Teens is every Thursday in October at 4:00pm at Islamorada Library. The first session is October 3rd – geared for teens, ages 12 and up. It’s FREE, and no registration is necessary. There are four weekly sessions currently planned for October, although more may be added. For the first session, local artist Maxine Trainer will be introducing the topic of the comics universe and mask designing. Participants are welcome to introduce ideas for activities in these sessions.

     

     

    Attention any boys or girls interested in the weightlifting team: There will be an informational meeting after school on Tuesday, Oct 1st in room 2-109. This meeting is mandatory for all females interested in joining the team. If you cannot attend, please speak with Mrs. Hamilton before the meeting. Thank you.

     

     

    Today the JV Football Team hosts True North Classical Academy here at Coral Shores at 5pm. Canes come out and cheer on our JV Team. Go Canes!

     

     

    Pantry bags will be going home this Friday instead of Thursday because of early release. Ms. Trish will send your pass up to 7th period on Friday. Please remember to leave your pass on the table when you collect your bag, that way she has it for the following week!

     

    BlOOD DRIVE - TUESDAY OCTOBER 1ST   If you want to donate blood, swing by the office and get your consent form. If you are under the age of 18, you must have the consent form with you on the day of the blood drive completely filled out and signed by a parent in order to donate. You must also have your appointment card with you, which will be given to you after you sign up.

     

    Reminders - The Cross Country meet scheduled for tomorrow has been canceled, and yesterday’s volleyball games will be played tomorrow.

     

    Anyone interested in trying out for Boys Basketball this season, please go add your name to the sign-up sheet in Mr. Suarez’s classroom in room 4-213 between classes. 

     

    Don’t forget to look your best on Monday, September 30th because it’s SCHOOL PICTURE DAY! Take home your picture day flyer and share it with your parents, so they can order enough pictures for friends and relatives.

     

    Any Student interested in Competition Cheerleading… there will be an informational meeting Monday, September 30th at 6:00pm in the PE Classroom. Parents are encouraged to come. See you there.

     

    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day

     

    When nothing goes right --- GO LEFT! Make the best of your situation.

     

    Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:
    Kyla Catarineau

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements
    Tuesday, September 24, 2019


    Congratulations to Brandon Harrison for earning his Microsoft Technology Associate certification in JAVA and to Carolina Pinero and Chayane Cooper for passing their PowerPoint tests! Nice work, so early in the year!


    Today’s Volleyball games have been moved to this Thursday, September 26th with Varsity playing at 4:00pm and JV at 5:30 – in our gym. We need to fill the stands and cheer on the Lady Canes - go Canes!


    Anyone interested in trying out for Boys Basketball this season, please go add your name to the sign-up sheet in Mr. Suarez’s classroom in room 4-213 between classes.


    Don’t forget to look your best on Monday, September 30th because it’s SCHOOL PICTURE DAY! Take home your picture day flyer and share it with your parents, so they can order enough pictures for friends and relatives.


    Any Student interested in Competition Cheerleading… there will be an informational meeting Monday, September 30th at 6:00pm in the PE Classroom. Parents are encouraged to come. See you there.


    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day
    Oprah Winfrey shares… If you believe you can only go so far, it is an obstacle.


    Birthday Shout-Outs Go To: Eric Barnes, Colin Campbell

    CSHS Daily Announcements
    Monday, September 23, 2019


    Attention Take Stock Juniors & Seniors—This meeting is at the Murray Nelson Building in Key Largo starting at 5:00 PM…any questions, contact Autumn Hager in Pod 1.


    Anyone interested in trying out for Boys Basketball this season, please go add your name to the sign-up sheet in Mr. Suarez’s classroom in room 4-213 between classes.


    Don’t forget to look your best on Monday, September 30th because it’s SCHOOL PICTURE DAY! Take home your picture day flyer and share it with your parents, so they can order enough pictures for friends and relatives.


    Any Student interested in Competition Cheerleading… there will be an informational meeting Monday, September 30th at 6:00pm in the PE Classroom. Parents are encouraged to come. See you there.


    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day
    People who say it cannot be done should not interrupt those who are doing it.
    Birthday Shout-Outs from the Weekend AND Today Go To:
    Officer Costoya
    Alissa Mesa
    Javier Correa
    David Prouty
    Benjamin Carson
    Jasmin Johnson
    Nathaniel Pontefract
    Cristina Agostini
    Izabella Huffman
    Joseph Veloso 

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements
    Friday, September 20, 2019


    This Saturday is International Coastal Cleanup. Please join the environmental club for a mangrove cleanup behind the high school from 10-11am. See Ms. Rosenow if you have questions.


    Anyone interested in trying out for Boys Basketball this season, please go add your name to the sign-up sheet in Mr. Suarez’s classroom in room 4-213 between classes.


    Attention Take Stock Juniors & Seniors-there is a mandatory workshop on September 23(Monday) at 5:00 PM in the back room of the Library.
    TOMORROW NIGHT – Homecoming dance from 7-10pm in the gymnasium. Remember – No tickets will be sold at the door.


    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.


    Birthday Weekend Shout-Outs Go To:
    Alissa Mesa
    Javier Correa
    David Prouty
    Benjamin Carson
    Jasmin Johnson
    Nathaniel Pontefract
    Cristina Agostini
    Izabella Huffman
    Joseph Veloso

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements
    Tuesday, September 17, 2019


    Anyone interested in trying out for Boys Basketball this season, please go add your name to the sign-up sheet in Mr. Suarez’s classroom in room 4-213 between classes.


    Students – TOMORROW is the LAST DAY to buy your Homecoming Dance tickets!!!! Tickets are being sold during both lunches at the school store for $10 each. Last day for ticket sales will be next Wednesday, September 18!!! Please note – Tickets will NOT be sold at the door, so buy your tickets now!!!


    Seniors who are concerned their transcripts have not been received by colleges should CALL the college FIRST, then if not received, consider sending a hard copy by requesting transcripts through the lime green transcript request form in the front office.


    Are you interested in Girls Lacrosse? Please plan attending an athlete only meeting TOMORROW at 5:00pm. See Coach Hickory with any questions or if you are unable to attend.


    Any Student interested in Competition Cheerleading? - There will be an informational meeting September 30th at 6:00pm in the PE Classroom. Parents are encouraged to come. See you there.


    If you are interested in the healthcare field, A day in the Life of a Nurse is for you! Students get to go to Mariners Hospital for the day and shadow healthcare workers. This year they are taking 16 students. Please see nurse Shannon if you are interested.


    This Week’s Homecoming Spirit Week Activities:
    Tomorrow: "Which witch is which?"- Witches vs Wizards
    Voting for King and Queen in 5th period
    Thursday: "Follow the yellow brick road"- wear career/college attire
    Friday: "There's no place like home"- wear green & gold
    Pep Rally and VolleyPuff
    Parade: 5:00pm along the old highway
    Football Game: 7:00pm
    Saturday: Dance: 7-10pm in the Gymnasium
    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!
    Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:
    Miss Julia
    Keegan Wittke
    Isaiah Cosme
    Zane Turbessi

    CSHS Daily Announcements
    Thursday, September 12, 2019


    The Lady Canes Swimmers had an exciting win in their rematch against Carrolton yesterday at Founders Park. Highlights include Bodie Robbins, Gaby Smith, Lilly Trumbull, and Liana Castagna sweeping the 50 Freestyle; Zoe Marchetti’s impressive 100 Yard Backstroke, and Corley Smith winning the 500-Yard Freestyle by a minute. Great swims were had by all in this nail biting win! Come out and support the Canes Swimmers and Divers on October 2 at Founders Park as they take on LaSalle. Go Canes!


    Students taking the ACT this Saturday 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, a sweater, and snacks. See Mrs. Wischmeier if you have any questions.


    Get involved and earn community service with a NEW & marvelous pet rescue club… the Paws Club! Starting Monday, September 16th the club will meet every other Monday at 2:30 PM in Ms. Anderson’s room.


    The Senior Class Photo will be taken on Monday in the courtyard immediately after 6th period. Seniors should all be in their class color for the picture!


    Powder Puff practice is TODAY on the football field at 5:00pm. Sponsors MUST be there in order to practice. Volley Puff has been moved to NEXT THURSDAY right after school in the gym.


    Take Stock in Children Applications are due this Friday, September 13th. If there are any questions contact Autumn Hager (Upper Keys Success Coach).


    The Junior class is selling Homecoming Week t-shirts! These shirts are available to all classes. To get yours, please see Miss Kater, Allie Adler, Maggie Scott, Kaylee Stoky, or Andrea Galvan to purchase! Don’t miss out!


    The environmental club will have its first meeting after school on Monday, September 16th in Ms. Rosenow’s room. Also, volunteers are needed for this Sunday’s lionfish derby at Postcard Inn from 11-4. See Ms. Rosenow to sign up.


    If you would like to donate hurricane supplies to be taken to the Bahamas, please bring your items to Carmen Kelley’s art classroom.


    If you are interested in the healthcare field, A Day in the Life of a Nurse is for You. On October 6th, students get to go to Mariners Hospital for the day and shadow healthcare workers. Past students have said it was an awesome experience! This year the hospital is taking 16 students. Please see nurse Shannon if you are interested.


    Next Week’s Homecoming Spirit Week Activities:


    Monday, September 16th: "Somewhere over the Rainbow" - Class color day
    Stairwells: Decorate before school, mandatory tear down
    Powderpuff game: 5:00-7:00pm
    Tuesday, September 17th: "Twister Tuesday"- Decades Day
    Window Murals: Painted after school
    Wednesday, September 18th: "Which witch is which?"- Witches vs Wizards
    Voting for King and Queen in 5th period
    Thursday, September 19th: "Follow the yellow brick road"- wear career/college attire
    Friday, September 20th: "There's no place like home"- wear green & gold
    Pep Rally and VolleyPuff
    Parade: 5:00pm along the old highway
    Football Game: 7:00pm


    Saturday, September 21st: Dance: 7-10pm in the Gymnasium


    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!


    Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:
    Mr. Hane
    Martha Calix

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements
    Tuesday, September 10, 2019


    The environmental club will have its first meeting after school on Monday, September 16th in Ms. Rosenow’s room. Also, volunteers are needed for this Sunday’s lionfish derby at Postcard Inn from 11-4. See Ms. Rosenow to sign up.


    The Robotics/Programming Club will meet today after school in Room 2-201.


    This Thursday there will be Powder Puff practice on the football field at 5:00pm and Volley Puff practice in the gym at 5:30. Be on the field/Gym on time or you will lose your practice spot! Class sponsors must be in attendance and have medical consent forms for each student participating in the practices.


    The yearbook club will be meeting on Wednesday at 2:30 in room 2-222.


    The Junior class is selling Homecoming Week t-shirts! These shirts are available to all classes. To get yours, please see Miss Kater, Allie Adler, Maggie Scott, Kaylee Stoky, or Andrea Galvan to purchase! Don’t miss out!


    Interact meeting will take place TODAY in room 4-103. Be prompt and sign in as you come in or right after the meeting. Agenda will include volunteer opportunities for the week of September 10- the weekend. Priority on the list is the Alligator lighthouse swim Thursday the 12th), Friday (13th) and Saturday. Officers will meet right after the club meeting.


    If you would like to donate hurricane supplies to be taken to the Bahamas, please bring your items to Carmen Kelley’s art classroom.


    If you are interested in the healthcare field, A Day in the Life of a Nurse is for You. On October 6th, students get to go to Mariners Hospital for the day and shadow healthcare workers. Past students have said it was an awesome experience! This year the hospital is taking 16 students. Please see nurse Shannon if you are interested.


    Are you interested in Girls Lacrosse? Please plan on attending an athlete only meeting Tuesday, September 17th at 5:00pm instead of Monday the 16th. See Coach Hickory with any questions or if you are unable to attend.


    Interact meeting will take place Tuesday Sept 10 in room 4-103. Be prompt and sign in as you come in or right after the meeting. Agenda will include volunteer opportunities for the week of September 10th weekend. Priority on the list is the Alligator lighthouse swim Thursday the 12th), Friday (13th) and Saturday. Officers will meet right after the club meeting.


    Next Week’s Homecoming Spirit Week Activities:


    Monday, September 16th: "Somewhere over the Rainbow" - Class color day
    Stairwells: Decorate before school, mandatory tear down
    Powderpuff game: 5:00-7:00pm


    Tuesday, September 17th: "Twister Tuesday"- Decades Day
    Window Murals: Painted after school


    Wednesday, September 18th: "Which witch is which?"- Witches vs Wizards
    Voting for King and Queen in 5th period


    Thursday, September 19th: "Follow the yellow brick road"- wear career/college attire


    Friday, September 20th: "There's no place like home"- wear green & gold

    Pep Rally and VolleyPuff
    Parade: 5:00pm along the old highway
    Football Game: 7:00pm


    Saturday, September 21st: Dance: 7-10pm in the Gymnasium


    Project Wisdom Thought of the Day
    There will be obstacles. There will be doubters. There will be mistakes… but with hard work, there are NO limits…
    Birthday Shout-Outs Go To:
    Leekrystal Cruz
    Brian Lesko
    Jasmyn Sizemore

    CSHS Daily Announcements
    Monday, September 9, 2019


    Great game by the Hurricanes last Friday evening! The Hurricanes came out smoking on all cylinders, led by athlete of the week QB Brain Lesko, who had a great performance as he ran the Hurricanes to a great victory over NW Christian with 2 rushing TD's in a 30 -14 victory. On the Defense side of the ball, Abel Silva led the Defense with 11 Tackles and 1 Sack, followed by Hunter Slate 3 Tackles 1 deflection and 1 sack. Great job by the Canes!


    Teachers at this time all Juniors and Seniors should vote for Homecoming Court. Ms. Haddad and Ms. Theiry will be coming around at the end of the class period to collect ballots.


    There will be a Key Club meeting today, after school, in room 2-109.


    The Junior class is selling Homecoming Week t-shirts! These shirts are available to all classes. To get yours, please see Allie Adler, Maggie Scott, Kaylee Stoky, or Andrea Galvan to purchase! Don’t miss out!


    Interact meeting will take place tomorrow, Tuesday, Sept 10 in room 4-103. Be prompt and sign in as you come in or right after the meeting. Agenda will include volunteer opportunities for the week of September 10- the weekend. Priority on the list is the Alligator lighthouse swim Thursday the 12th), Friday (13th) and Saturday. Officers will meet right after the club meeting.


    Attention Mr. Gideon’s first and second period classes… The test that you would have taken today will now be taken tomorrow, Tuesday the 10th.


    If you would like to donate hurricane supplies to be taken to the Bahamas, please bring your items to Carmen Kelley’s art classroom next week!


    Any Student interested in Competition Cheerleading - There will be an informational meeting Monday, September 30th at 6:00pm in the PE Classroom. Parents are encouraged to come. See you there.


    If you are interested in the healthcare field, A Day in the Life of a Nurse is for You. On October 6th, students get to go to Mariners Hospital for the day and shadow healthcare workers. Past students have said it was an awesome experience! This year the hospital is taking 16 students. Please see nurse Shannon if you are interested.


    Are you interested in Girls Lacrosse? Please plan on attending an athlete only meeting Tuesday, September 17th at 5:00pm instead of Monday the 16th. See Coach Hickory with any questions or if you are unable to attend.


    Attention Powderpuff and Volleypuff participants – Please turn your participation forms to your designated sponsor. Your sponsor will pull a copy of your medical consent form from the office.


    Interact meeting will take place Tuesday Sept 10 in room 4-103. Be prompt and sign in as you come in or right after the meeting. Agenda will include volunteer opportunities for the week of September 10th weekend. Priority on the list is the Alligator lighthouse swim Thursday the 12th), Friday (13th) and Saturday. Officers will meet right after the club meeting.


    Reminder - Seniors your shirts have arrived!! Flash sale TODAY during both lunches. Shirts will be sold at the
    school store. Price begins at $15 then will go up to $20. If paying with credit card please go see Mrs. Liz in the
    office. Limited amount of shirts so don’t wait!


    Project Wisdom Thought 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…


    Birthday Weekend Shout-Outs Go To:
    Hunter Haddad
    Liana Castagna
    Caleb Endricks
    Samantha Martinez

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements
    Friday, September 6, 2019


    If you would like to donate hurricane supplies to be taken to the Bahamas, please bring your items to Carmen Kelley’s art classroom next week!


    Any Student interested in Competition Cheerleading - There will be an informational meeting Monday, September 30th at 6:00pm in the PE Classroom. Parents are encouraged to come. See you there.


    If you are interested in the healthcare field, A Day in the Life of a Nurse is for You. Students get to go to Mariners Hospital for the day and shadow healthcare workers. Past students have said it was an awesome experience! This year the hospital is taking 16 students. Please see nurse Shannon if you are interested.


    Another reminder from Nurse Shannon… Your Blue Health History form is now past due. This is now considered an obligation. Lunch passes, homecoming admission, and special privileges will be withheld until the form is turned into the office.


    Are you interested in Girls Lacrosse? Please plan on attending an athlete only meeting Tuesday, September 17th at 5:00pm instead of Monday the 16th. See Coach Hickory with any questions or if you are unable to attend.


    Attention Powderpuff and Volleypuff participants – Please turn in a copy of your medical consent form with your event form and shirt money to your designated sponsor. Copies of your medical consent form can be made in the front office before school, during lunch or after school.


    Interact meeting will take place Tuesday Sept 10 in room 4-103. Be prompt and sign in as you come in or right after the meeting. Agenda will include volunteer opportunities for the week of September 10th weekend. Priority on the list is the Alligator lighthouse swim Thursday the 12th), Friday (13th) and Saturday. Officers will meet right after the club meeting.


    Reminder - Seniors your shirts have arrived!! Flash sale TODAY during both lunches. Shirts will be sold at the school store. Price begins at $15 then will go up to $20. If paying with credit card please go see Mrs. Liz in the office. Limited amount of shirts so don’t wait!


    The Islamorada Parks & Recreation Department is actively seeking dedicated enthusiastic, and motivated teens to join the Islamorada Youth Council! The Youth Council makes recommendations to the Village Council. They also help plan youth/recreation and environmental activities with the village. This is great opportunity for Coral Shores students to make a difference in your community, earn community service hours, and gain leadership skills! See the front office for more information!


    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!


    Birthday Weekend Shout-Outs Go To:
    Christian Buckles
    Paola Lopez
    Tristan Schmitt
    Amaya Dostaler
    Aleisa Crumb
    Orlando Garcia
    Andrew Hane
    Tyler Smits
    Austin Meadows
    Dominick Monteagudo
    Evelyn Orellana Villeda

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements
    Thursday, September 5, 2019 - REVISED
    The Grand Marshall for this year’s Homecoming Parade is… Mr. Mike Hughes!


    A friendly reminder from Nurse Shannon… Your Blue Health History form is now past due. This is now considered an obligation. Lunch passes, homecoming admission, and special privileges will be withheld until the form is turned into the office.


    Are you interested in Girls Lacrosse? Please plan on attending an athlete only meeting Monday September 16th at 5:00pm. See Coach Hickory with any questions or if you are unable to attend.


    Seniors - your shirts have arrived!! There will be a flash sale TODAY and TOMORROW during both lunches. Shirts will be sold at the school store. Price begins at $15 then will go up to $20. If paying with credit card please go see Mrs. Liz in the office. Limited amount of shirts so don’t wait!


    Take Stock In Children will have a mandatory meeting TOMORROW, September 6 at 11:00 am in the PAC…if you have any questions stop by and see Autumn Hager in Pod 1.


    Power Puff and Volley Puff meeting is TODAY right after school in the cafeteria. The meeting should be short so please be on time.


    College Parent Night is TONIGHT from 5:30-6:30 PM in the PAC. PLEASE inform your parents and try to attend with them!


    The Islamorada Parks & Recreation Department is actively seeking dedicated enthusiastic, and motivated teens to join the Islamorada Youth Council! The Youth Council makes recommendations to the Village Council. They also help plan youth/recreation and environmental activities with the village. This is great opportunity for Coral Shores students to make a difference in your community, earn community service hours, and gain leadership skills! See the front office for more information!

    Thursday, September 5, 2019

    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!

     

     CSHS Daily Announcements
    Wednesday, September 4, 2019


    We are announcing the homecoming theme TODAY! By the end of the day, you will have the week’s agenda for the activities each day of spirit week!! Homecoming dance tickets will be sold starting tomorrow during both lunches at the student store!! Tickets will start at $5 and then go up to $10. So don’t wait to purchase your HOCO tickets!! If you have obligations make sure to clear them up because you will not be able to purchase a ticket.


    A friendly reminder from Nurse Shannon… Your Blue Health History form is now past due. Starting TODAY this is now considered an obligation. Lunch passes, homecoming admission, and special privileges will be withheld until the form is turned into the office.


    Seniors - your shirts have arrived!! There will be a flash sale Thursday and Friday during both lunches. Shirts will be sold at the school store. Price begins at $15 then will go up to $20. If paying with credit card please go see Mrs. Liz in the office. Limited amount of shirts so don’t wait!


    There will be NO volleyball game today.


    Yearbook Club will be meeting with Mrs. Webb TODAY after school in room 2-222.


    Take Stock In Children will have a mandatory meeting Friday, September 6 at 11:00 am in the PAC…if you have any questions stop by and see Autumn Hager in Pod 1.


    The meeting today, Sept. 4th, for Power Puff and Volley Puff has been moved to tomorrow, Thursday Sept. 5th, right after school in the cafeteria. The meeting should be short so please be on time.


    Reminder - There will be a College Parent Night TOMORROW, Sep. 5th from 5:30-6:30 PM in the PAC. PLEASE inform your parents and try to attend with them!


    Students - Be on the lookout for the Cash Carts. They will be out after 2nd period on Tuesdays and Thursday by Pod 4b and Pod 2b. You need to earn 3 bucks to purchase school supplies or snacks off the carts. Keep up the good work and keep earning those BUCKS!!!


    The Islamorada Parks & Recreation Department is actively seeking dedicated enthusiastic, and motivated teens to join the Islamorada Youth Council! The Youth Council makes recommendations to the Village Council. They also help plan youth/recreation and environmental activities with the village. This is great opportunity for Coral Shores students to make a difference in your community, earn community service hours, and gain leadership skills! See the front office for more information!


    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.
    Happy Birthday Shout Outs go to:
    • Kelly Kater
    • Alexis Jada Martin
    • Jean Julien Baidet
    • Kinsley Jo Catarineau
    • Patryk Pawel Pietruch

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements
    Friday 30, 2019


    Interact Club will be meeting in the Art room 4-102 right after school today and Tuesday. Officers and volunteer opportunities in our community will be introduced, so please be prompt.


    Seniors - Remember if you meet all of your volunteer requirements, you may qualify for Rotary scholarships. It is very important that you attend meetings and find time to earn service hours. If you are in a sport, the meetings are usually 10 minutes, and your coaches are aware and support your attendance in order to earn community service.


    The Cash Carts are ready to roll out Tuesday after we return from Labor Day. Thank you Diana, Clara and Dianne for helping Miss Biondeletti with this again this year!
    The carts will be available Tuesday’s and Thursday’s outside Pod 4B-By Clara and Pod 2A-By Diana After Period 2.


    Please let Miss Biondeletti know if you need more cash $$. This is an easy incentive for you to utilize. You only need 3 bucks to purchase school supplies or snacks.
    If you want to participate this year in Powder Puff and Volley Puff there will be a mandatory meeting after school on Wednesday, September 4th in the cafeteria. The meeting will be short so please arrive on time.


    Reminder - There will be a College Parent Night on Thursday, Sep. 5th from 5:30-6:30 PM in the PAC. PLEASE inform your parents and try to attend with them!


    Another reminder to the National Honor Society members that the meeting is now after school @ 2:35 on Thursdays. Remember- on time is late.


    Please come support the Lady Canes tonight in our gym taking on Colonial Christian at 4:00 JV and 5:30 Varsity. Go Lady Canes!


    Project Wisdom-thought 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!


    Happy Birthday Shout Outs THIS WEEKEND go to:
     Kerry, Jane Katherine
     Purdham, Dominick Logan
     Risner, Izabella
     Diaz-Duran, Melissa
     Johnson, Cornai Kentia
     Zelada, Savskia Paloma Kat
     De Paula, Brandon William Za
     Ets-Hokin, Camryn Michelle
     Gabriela Mallidis
     Kaitlin Pooley

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Thursday, August 29, 2019

     

    There will be a College Parent Night on Thursday, Sep. 5th from 5:30-6:30 PM in the PAC. PLEASE inform your parents and try to attend with them!

     

     

    Reminder to the National Honor Society members that the meeting is now after school @ 2:35 on Thursdays.  Remember- on time is late.

     

    “The Coral Shores Swimming and Diving Team had their first meet yesterday against Doral. It was a great first contest that showed a lot of promise for the team as the season progresses. Highlights included the Girls 200 Medley Relay of Zoe Marchetti, Olivia Sargent, Andrea Lopez-McNenney, and Corley Smith. Individual successes came for Zoe Marchetti, Gaby Smith, Corley Smith, and Olivia Sargent. The boys 200 Medley relay of Vincent Biondoletti, Colton Snodgrass, Skylar Poisson-Zettwoch, and Tanner Olsen held their own against Doral and showed great promise for future contests. The next home swim meet will be September 11 vs. Carrolton at Founders Park. Come out and support your Canes Swimmers and Divers!”

     

    Last night the Lady Canes took on Nationally ranked Bishop McLaughlin in Marathon. It was a slow start for the Canes as they fell 25-7 in the first set, then the Lady Canes came out strong and held the lead in the second set until it was 15-16 and it went back and forth- point for point. They played a hard fought match but fell short at 19-25. Riley Dobson had 5 kills 2 strong blocks and played aggressive at the net. Carly Lindback 2 kills, 3 blocks and 2 aces. Emma Brower scored 11 points with her serves. Camryn Ets-Hokin and Elise Jordan both had 2 kills. Coach Ets-Hokin is very proud of how they performed against this team. The Lady Canes will be playing Friday HOME against Colonial Christian- JV 4:00/ Varsity 5:30. Please come support the Volleyball team tomorrow.

     

    If you want to participate this year in Powder Puff and Volley Puff there will be a mandatory meeting after school on Wednesday, September 4th in the cafeteria.  The meeting will be short so please arrive on time.   

     

    Canes traveling to the away game on the spirit bus – Be sure you have signed up in the front office with your parents name and phone number - TODAY, Thursday August 29th Signed Permission Slips are due along with you notarized medical release form. If you do have have these three things by the end of the day, you WILL NOT BE TRAVELING to the away game.

     

    Permission slips and medical release forms should be either handed to Mrs. Hickory or placed in her mailbox in the front office.

     

    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.

     

    Happy Birthday Shout Outs go to:

    ·        Gabriela Mallidis

    ·        Kaitlin Pooley

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday, August 28, 2019

     

    There will be a College Parent Night on Thursday, Sep. 5th from 5:30-6:30 PM in the PAC. PLEASE inform your parents and try to attend with them!

     

    Juniors and Seniors who have turned in an off-campus lunch agreement please pick up your temporary lunch pass from Ms. Marlene in the front office before school, during lunch or after school.

     

    Sophomore Class Shirts are now on Sale. Please see Jesse Ferrante, or any of your class officers, to get an order form. You can also get an order form in the front office or from Mrs. Brower in Room 4-208. You want your RED CLASS of 2022 to show your class spirit!! All orders must be submitted and paid for by Tuesday September 3rd.

    If you want to participate this year in Powder Puff and Volley Puff there will be a mandatory meeting after school on Wednesday, September 4th in the cafeteria.  The meeting will be short so please arrive on time.   

     

    Canes traveling to the away game on the spirit bus – Be sure you have signed up in the front office with your parents name and phone number- Tomorrow, Thursday August 29th Signed Permission Slips are due along with you notarized medical release form. If you have not down these three things by the end of the day Thursday you WILL NOT BE TRAVELING to the away game.

     

    Permission slips and medical release forms should be either handed to Mrs. Hickory or placed in her mailbox in the front office.

     

    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!

     

    Happy Birthday Shout Outs go to:

    ·        Timothy Garfield

    ·        Olivia Rodriquez

     

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Tuesday, August 27, 2019

     

    The Lady Canes Volleyball teams continue with their winning streak by beating Somerset Silver Palms both JV and Varsity. They were off to a slow start but pulled through as a team! Zoey Meyers led the way with five aces, Kendal Bulkiewicz led the team with 4 kills.  Varsity won their first set 25-17, 25-13, 25-9 – Riley Dobson played smart at the net with 8 kills and 5 tips, Carly Lindback had 7 aces, Kate Johnson was strong at the net shutting down their hitters with 5 blocks, Elise Jordan added 4 blocks, a total of 25 assists between the two setters: Emma Brower and Camryn Ets-Hokin. The Varsity will take on Nationally ranked Bishop McLaughlin in Marathon Wednesday at 4:00- come support our team.

     

    There will be a College Parent Night on Thursday, Sep. 5th from 5:30-6:30 PM in the PAC. PLEASE inform your parents and try to attend with them!

     

    Juniors and Seniors who have turned in an off-campus lunch agreement please pick up your temporary lunch pass from Ms. Marlene in the front office before school, during lunch or after school.

    Sophomore Class Shirts are now on Sale. Please see Jesse Ferrante, or any of your class officers, to get an order form. You can also get an order form in the front office or from Mrs. Brower in Room 4-208. You want your RED CLASS of 2022 to show your class spirit!! All orders must be submitted and paid for by Tuesday September 3rd.

    Attention All Students:

    Want to come support the Coral Shores football team?

    This year you now have to opportunity to travel on the CSHS Spirit Bus to ALL Away Games.

    The first Away Game of the year is AUGUST 30th so don’t miss out on this fun event!

    Sign Ups are in the front office along with the paperwork needed to travel. The cost is $15.

    See Mrs. Hickory 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!

     

    Happy Birthday Shout Outs go to:

    ·        Mrs. Rife

    ·        Hailey Cobb

    ·        Christian Olmos

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday, August 23, 2019

     

    The varsity football will open their regular season this TONIGHT against LaSalle.  Kickoff is 7 PM.  We hope you will make plans to attend….and enjoy the performances of the football team, the Canettes, cheerleaders, and band.  Please remember that going to the parking lot after entering the game is not allowed.  Thanks in advance for your cooperation.  Also, remember that you may not bring food or drinks into the game.  See you TONIGHT!!! GO Canes!

     

    The Lady Canes JV and Varsity team came home with a win last night. Both teams beat KW Conchs! Jenna Castillo led the JV team in assists followed by opposite setter Desi Brito. Brito also had 9 aces. Taniyah Cooper and Krystal Kruz put up a big block, a combined 12 kills. The Varsity team fell short in the first set 22-25, then came back with a  vengeance and crushed them in the second set 25-14. It was a nail biter of a third set but we took the win 26-24, and beat them 25-22 in the fourth set. Our captains dominated the net: Carly Lindback 9 kills and 6 blocks, Riley Dobson 13 kills, 2 blocks, Elise Jordan 7 kills and 5 blocks. We shut them down at the net and played a tough defense- Samantha Martinez had 15 digs. Camryn Ets-Hokin added 20 assists and 2 aces, Emma Brower -12 assists. The Lady Canes have a home match on Monday against Somerset- JV 4:00 and Varsity 5:30 – please come support the Volleyball team to another win!

     

    Sophomore Class Shirts are now on Sale. Please see Jesse Ferrante, or any of your class officers, to get an order form. You can also get an order form in the front office or from Mrs. Brower in Room 4-208. You want your RED CLASS of 2022 to show your class spirit!! All orders must be submitted and paid for by Tuesday September 3rd.

     

    Attention all off Season Athletes: The weight room will be open after school from 3-4 PM daily for lifting. Your athletic packet MUST be turned in or current to participate.

     

    There will be a College Parent Night on Thursday, Sep. 5th from 5:30-6:30 PM in the PAC. PLEASE inform your parents and try to attend with them!

     

    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 4204.

     

    Do you need community service hours? Volunteers are needed for the Alligator Lighthouse Swim on September 13th and 14th. Please see the poster in the office for information to register.

    Reminder: All students must park in their assigned parking spaces. Students who have purchased parking passes may pick up your parking stickers at the front office before school, during lunch and after school.  Next week we will begin checking to make sure you are parked in the correct space and are displaying the correct parking sticker.  A limited number of parking space are still available for Juniors and Seniors. Please complete the application and return to the front office.

     

    Attention All Students:

    Want to come support the Coral Shores football team?

    This year you now have to opportunity to travel on the CSHS Spirit Bus to ALL Away Games.

    The first Away Game of the year is AUGUST 30th so don’t miss out on this fun event!

    Sign Ups are in the front office along with the paperwork needed to travel. The cost is $15.

    See Mrs. Hickory with any questions.

    Happy Birthday Shout Outs go to:

    ·        Quinn Johnson

    ·        Marc Petrusha

    ·        Fernando Gandarilla

    ·        Ryann Castle

    ·        Alexis Kloke

    ·        Naidalyn Munoz

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Monday, August 26, 2019

     

    Sophomore Class Shirts are now on Sale. Please see Jesse Ferrante, or any of your class officers, to get an order form. You can also get an order form in the front office or from Mrs. Brower in Room 4-208. You want your RED CLASS of 2022 to show your class spirit!! All orders must be submitted and paid for by Tuesday September 3rd.

     

    There will be a College Parent Night on Thursday, Sep. 5th from 5:30-6:30 PM in the PAC. PLEASE inform your parents and try to attend with them!

     

    Reminder: All students must park in their assigned parking spaces. Students who have purchased parking passes may pick up your parking stickers at the front office before school, during lunch and after school.  We are checking parking stickers and are parked in the correct spot.  A limited number of parking space are still available for Juniors and Seniors. Please complete the application and return to the front office

    Attention All Students:

    Want to come support the Coral Shores football team?

    This year you now have to opportunity to travel on the CSHS Spirit Bus to ALL Away Games.

    The first Away Game of the year is AUGUST 30th so don’t miss out on this fun event!

    Sign Ups are in the front office along with the paperwork needed to travel. The cost is $15.

    See Mrs. Hickory 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. 

     

     

    Happy Birthday Shout Outs go to:

    ·        Cody Brower

    ·        Javier Hernandez

    ·        Sadier Hernandez

    ·        Robert Hernandez

    ·        Joel Zelada

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Thursday, August 22, 2019

     

     

    Attention all off Season Athletes: The weight room will be open after school from 3-4 PM daily for lifting. Your athletic packet MUST be turned in or current to participate.

     

    There will be a College Parent Night on Thursday, Sep. 5th from 5:30-6:30 PM in the PAC. PLEASE inform your parents and try to attend with them!

     

    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 4204.

     

    Do you need community service hours? Volunteers are needed for the Alligator Lighthouse Swim on September 13th and 14th. Please see the poster in the office for information to register.

     

    Reminder: All students must park in their assigned parking spaces. Students who have purchased parking passes may pick up your parking stickers at the front office before school, during lunch and after school.  Next week we will begin checking parking stickers and are parked in the correct spot.  A limited number of parking space are still available for Juniors and Seniors. Please complete the application and return to the front office.

     

    The varsity football will open their regular season this Friday night against LaSalle.  Kickoff is 7 PM.  We hope you will make plans to attend….and enjoy the performances of the football team, the Canettes, cheerleaders, and band.  Please remember that going to the parking lot after entering the game is not allowed.  Thanks in advance for your cooperation.  Also, remember that you may not bring food or drinks into the game.  See you Friday night.  Go Canes!

     

    Attention All Students:

    Want to come support the Coral Shores football team?

    This year you now have to opportunity to travel on the CSHS Spirit Bus to ALL Away Games.

    The first Away Game of the year is AUGUST 30th so don’t miss out on this fun event!

    Sign Ups are in the front office along with the paperwork needed to travel. The cost is $15.

    See Mrs. Hickory with any questions.

     

    If you are interested in playing Boys Lacrosse this year please attend a meeting on Thursday, August 22nd in room 2-109 immediately after school. 

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Thursday, August 22, 2019

     

    Attention all off Season Athletes: The weight room will be open after school from 3-4 PM daily for lifting. Your athletic packet MUST be turned in or current to participate.

    There will be a College Parent Night on Thursday, Sep. 5th from 5:30-6:30 PM in the PAC. PLEASE inform your parents and try to attend with them!

    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 4204.

    Do you need community service hours? Volunteers are needed for the Alligator Lighthouse Swim on September 13th and 14th. Please see the poster in the office for information to register.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday, August 21, 2019

     

    Attention all off Season Athletes: The weight room will be open after school from 3-4 PM daily for lifting. Your athletic packet MUST be turned in or current to participate.

    There will be a College Parent Night on Thursday, Sep. 5th from 5:30-6:30 PM in the PAC. PLEASE inform your parents and try to attend with them!

    The Lady Canes took on Marathon and KW last week in a pre-season jamboree. They played well and beat Marathon. We fell short to the Conchs. Last night our Lady Canes played again against Palmer Trinity. The JV team took home a win. Jasmine Valdes had a great defensive game as the Libero and Zoey Meyers played aggressive at the net! Freshamn Cloe Durham had a stand out game racking up the points with her service aces and tight defense!  The Varsity team had a close few games losing by just a few points. We had a total of 13 blocks at the net, 17 kills, and 33 digs.  We want to thank everyone who came out to support our team last night. The Lady Canes will be traveling to KW tomorrow to take on the Conchs.

     

    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 4204.

    Do you need community service hours? Volunteers are needed for the Alligator Lighthouse Swim on September 13th and 14th. Please see the poster in the office for information to register.

    Reminder: All students must park in their assigned parking spaces. Students who have purchased parking passes may pick up your parking stickers at the front office before school, during lunch and after school.  Next week we will begin checking parking stickers and are parked in the correct spot.  A limited number of parking space are still available for Juniors and Seniors. Please complete the application and return to the front office

    The varsity football will open their regular season this Friday night against LaSalle.  Kickoff is 7 PM.  We hope you will make plans to attend….and enjoy the performances of the football team, the Canettes, cheerleaders, and band.  Please remember that going to the parking lot after entering the game is not allowed.  Thanks in advance for your cooperation.  Also, remember that you may not bring food or drinks into the game.  See you Friday night.  Go Canes!

    Attention All Students:

    Want to come support the Coral Shores football team?

    This year you now have to opportunity to travel on the CSHS Spirit Bus to ALL Away Games.

    The first Away Game of the year is AUGUST 30th so don’t miss out on this fun event!

    Sign Ups are in the front office along with the paperwork needed to travel. The cost is $15.

    See Mrs. Hickory with any questions.

    If you are interested in playing Boys Lacrosse this year please attend a meeting on Thursday, August 22nd in room 2-109 immediately after school. 

    Happy Birthday Shout Outs go to:

    ·        Emma Head

    ·        Lester Lara

    ·        Beckham McCleod

    ·        Emma Osteen

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    August 20, 2019

     

    Attention all off Season Athletes: The weight room will be open after school from 3-4 PM daily for lifting. Your athletic packet MUST be turned in or current to participate.

    There will be a College Parent Night on Thursday, Sep. 5th from 5:30-6:30 PM in the PAC. PLEASE inform your parents and try to attend with them!

    We will be having our first Drama Club meeting on Tuesday, August 20th in Ms. Z’s room, 5-109. It will be an opportunity to discuss plans for the year. No experience is needed and we welcome all types of people!  You might not want to be on the stage, but we have opportunities do every area from light and sound, set building, prop making, stage crew, to hair and make up!  Hope to see you there!

    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 4204.

     

    Reminder: All students must park in their assigned parking spaces. Students who have purchased parking passes may pick up your parking stickers at the front office starting TOMORROW before school, during lunch and after school.  Next week we will begin checking parking stickers and are parked in the correct spot.  A limited number of parking space are still available for Juniors and Seniors. Please complete the application and return to the front office

    The varsity football will open their regular season this Friday night against LaSalle.  Kickoff is 7 PM.  We hope you will make plans to attend….and enjoy the performances of the football team, the Canettes, cheerleaders, and band.  Please remember that going to the parking lot after entering the game is not allowed.  Thanks in advance for your cooperation.  Also, remember that you may not bring food or drinks into the game.  See you Friday night.  Go Canes!

    Attention All Students:

    Want to come support the Coral Shores football team?

    This year you now have to opportunity to travel on the CSHS Spirit Bus to ALL Away Games.

    The first Away Game of the year is AUGUST 30th so don’t miss out on this fun event!

    Sign Ups are in the front office along with the paperwork needed to travel. The cost is $15.

    See Mrs. Hickory with any questions.

    If you are interested in playing Boys Lacrosse this year please attend a meeting on Thursday, August 22nd in room 2-109 immediately after school. 

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

    Important Decisions

    When you have important decisions to make in your life—

    trust your intuition, and then work with everything you have, to prove it right!

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    August 19, 2019

     

    We will be having our first Drama Club meeting on Tuesday, August 20th in Ms. Z’s room, 5-109. It will be an opportunity to discuss plans for the year. No experience is needed and we welcome all types of people!  You might not want to be on the stage, but we have opportunities do every area from light and sound, set building, prop making, stage crew, to hair and make up!  Hope to see you there!

    The varsity football will open their regular season this Friday night against LaSalle.  Kickoff is 7 PM.  We hope you will make plans to attend….and enjoy the performances of the football team, the Canettes, cheerleaders, and band.  Please remember that going to the parking lot after entering the game is not allowed.  Thanks in advance for your cooperation.  Also, remember that you may not bring food or drinks into the game.  See you Friday night.  Go Canes!

     

    Reminder: All students need be parking on their assigned parking spaces. A limited number of parking space are still available for Juniors and Seniors. Please complete the application and return to the front office

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day :

     

    Super Star Tennis Player Venus Williams says:

    Some people say I have attitude… Maybe I do… but I think you have to!

    You have to believe in yourself when no one else does

    That’s what makes you a winner!!

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

                                           May 28th, 2019

     

    If you paid for a yearbook or would like to purchase one. Please stop by the office to see Miss Mona to pick up or purchase. Thank you.

    All 9th-11th grade lockers must be empty and clean by 5/29.   Failure to clean your locker will result in a $10 fine.  

     

    Congratulations to

    Lucas Dennis

    Steelman Nicoletti

    Katy Borders

    Fernando Gandarilla

    Craig Belcher

    who earned their  Adobe Certified Associate certification by passing the test in Premiere Pro.  They will receive one hundred dollars from Monroe Computes! 

     

    Congratulations to Caitlyn Casariego and Ben Zelada for completing their Microsoft Office Specialist Certifications by passing Excel, and to Madeline Langley for passing her fifth Adobe certification in Premier Pro on Friday.  They will all receive financial awards from Monroe Computes!

     

    For devoting over 50 hours of community service to the Special Olympics this year Pbis would like to recognize you with a gift card in the office.

     

    Jason Castillo

    Peter Reinoso

    Lucia Rodriguez

    Riley Dobson

    And Kaylee Stokey

     

    Happy Birthday to the following 'Cane:

     Karla Bernice Gonzalez Gomez

     

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day :

     

     

    Don’t let anyone rent space in your head unless they are a good tenant. 

    Choose your friends wisely!

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

                                           May 23rd, 2019

     

    If you paid for a yearbook or would like to purchase one. Please stop by the office to see Miss Mona to pick up or purchase. Thank you.

    CSHS Girls Soccer;

    Girls interested in playing Girls Soccer next School year, please attend the Informational and Update Meeting today Thursday, May 23, 2019 after school at 2:40 PM in the Multi Purpose Room #2109.

    Coach Fazio

     

    Pbis is giving away 4 gift cards from a drawing --- each are worth $50.    If you hear your name come down to the main office to accept your gift!

    Thanks you to ALL our students for a great year! 

    All 9th-11th grade lockers must be empty and clean by 5/29.   Failure to clean your locker will result in a $10 fine.  

     

    Happy Birthday to the following cane:

     

    Tony Ellis Thiele

    Gage Alexander Dennis

     

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day :

     

    Focus on what’s right. You’ll be surprised how much good news there really is.

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    May 22nd, 2019

     

    If you paid for a yearbook or would like to purchase one. Please stop by the office to see Miss Mona to pick up or purchase. Thank you.

    CSHS Girls Soccer;

    Girls interested in playing Girls Soccer next School year, please attend the Informational and Update Meeting this Thursday, May 23, 2019 after school at 2:40 PM in the Multi Purpose Room #2109.

    Coach Fazio

     

    Reminder to next year’s Canettes dance team.  There is a meeting after school today in the Media Center starting at 2:40.

    All 9th-11th grade lockers must be empty and clean by 5/29.   Failure to clean your locker will result in a $10 fine.  

     

    Coral Shores will be having a school wide evaluation from the Pbis coordinator on Thursday.  They will be evaluating our teachers and students on the iBelieve motto and what Pbis has done this year to make your school a better place?  Feel free to  share with them the Cane Cash and gaming/music rewards in the courtyard and multiple luncheons and parties we have shared with so many great students.  Miss Trish thanks you in advance for being outstanding students and making our school PROUD of you!!

     

     

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day :

     

    Friends encourage one another.  Be your own best friend and encourage yourself

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

     May 21st, 2019

     

    If you paid for a yearbook or would like to purchase one. Please stop by the office to see Miss Mona to pick up or purchase.

     

    All 9th, 10th and 11th grade Take Stock in Children students: there will be a mandatory Take Stock in Children End of Year meeting afterschool today, May 21st at 2:35pm in the Media Center. Please see Ms. King if you have any questions.

     

    CSHS Girls Soccer;

    Girls interested in playing Girls Soccer next School year, please attend the Informational and Update Meeting this Thursday, May 23, 2019 after school at 2:40 PM in the Multi Purpose Room #2109.

    Coach Fazio

     

     

    All 9th-11th grade lockers must be empty and clean by 5/29.   Failure to clean your locker will result in a $10 fine.  

     

    Coral Shores will be having a school wide evaluation from the Pbis coordinator on Thursday.  They will be evaluating our teachers and students on the iBelieve motto and what Pbis has done this year to make your school a better place?  Feel free to  share with them the Cane Cash and gaming/music rewards in the courtyard and multiple luncheons and parties we have shared with so many great students.  Miss Trish thanks you in advance for being outstanding students and making our school PROUD of you!!

     

    Happy Birthday to the following canes:

     

    Molly Cait Gahagen

    Jackson Bible Schafstall

     

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day :

     

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

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

      May 20th, 2019

     

    If you paid for a yearbook or would like to purchase one. Please stop by the office to see Miss Mona to pick up or purchase. Thank you.

    -           All 9th, 10th and 11th grade Take Stock in Children students: there will be a mandatory Take Stock in Children End of Year meeting afterschool on Tuesday, May 21st at 2:35pm in the Media Center. Please see Ms. King if you have any questions.

    Happy Birthday to the following Canes:

     

    Isabella Bolivar

    Keifer Kemmer

    Jessica Mamede Koval

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day :

     

    Do you know what I Believe stands for:

    Well you may need to—we are having a walk through from Pbis and you may be selected to recite this important school motto.

     

    BE-SAFE

    BE-RESPONSIBLE

    BE-RESPECTFUL

    BE-THERE

    BE-EMPOWERED

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    May 15th, 2019

     

    Attention Seniors Project Graduation permission slips are due today May 15.  Please turn your permission slip in to Mrs. Signorelli in Computer Lab 4-220.  If Mrs. Signorelli is not in the lab turn the permission slip in at the office and they will put it in Mrs. Signorelli’s mailbox.

    If you paid for a yearbook, you’re invited to a pizza and yearbook signing party on Friday May 17th right after school in the cafeteria. Come by and pick up your yearbook! See you then!!

    -           All 9th, 10th and 11th grade Take Stock in Children students: there will be a mandatory Take Stock in Children End of Year meeting afterschool on Tuesday, May 21st at 2:35pm in the Media Center. Please see Ms. King if you have any questions.

    All senior lockers must be cleaned up no later than Friday May 17th.   Failure to clean out your locker will result in a $10 fine. 

    On May 18th, the Junior Class will be hosting a Prom Challenge. Come to Coral Shores High School to participate in a 1 mile walk to help raise money for senior scholarships. Registration is between 8:30am – 9am at the Tennis Courts. There will be games, food and drinks, and at the end of the of the walk there will be a meet and greet with Survivor Season 36 competitor, Chris Noble! All are welcomed, kids, community members, students and parents, so spread the word! Any Coral Shores students participating in the 1 mile walk can earn 2 hours of community service so please bring your community service sheets to registration. Any senior who would like to apply for the scholarship please pick up an application from the library and submit it at the challenge or you can get an application at the registration booth the day of the challenge to fill it out then.

     

    “Here is important prom information – please pay attention if you have purchased a prom ticket:

    Date: Saturday, May 18, 2019

    Time: 7-10pm

    •           If you are planning on driving to prom, PLEASE BE AWARE THAT YOU MAY NOT PARK ON THE CHEECA PROPERTY.

    •           LIMITED PARKING IS AVAILABLE ACROSS THE OLD ROAD AT MATECUMBE METHODIST CHURCH.

    •           To avoid any issues with parking, IT IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED YOU ARRANGE A RIDE TO AND FROM PROM!!

    •           **IF YOU ARE BRINGING AN OUT OF SCHOOL OR UNDERCLASSMEN DATE, YOU MUST ARRIVE AND DEPART WITH YOUR DATE. YOU AND YOUR DATE WILL NOT BE ADMITTED SEPERATELY TO PROM**

    Last minute entry sales END on Wednesday. Tickets are $75. Don’t miss out!”

    Happy Birthday to the following Cane:

     

    Mabel Silva

    Samuel De Jesus Leon Gonzalez

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day :

     

    When nothing goes right --- GO LEFT

    Make the best of your situation

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    May 10th, 2019

     

    This Saturday-May 11th- from 9am - 1 pm there is a FREE Softball Clinic for Any young ladies interested in trying out for the Softball team next year  -  it will be a great opportunity for you to work with the team and Coaches!!

     Please try to make out Saturday morning!!

     

                                                              Track and Field

    2019 Awards and Picnic today 3:30pm at Founder's Park Beach Pavilion.

     

     

    Attention Seniors Project Graduation permission slips are due by May 15.  Please turn your permission slip in to Mrs. Signorelli in Computer Lab 4-220.  If Mrs. Signorelli is not in the lab turn the permission slip in at the office and they will put it in Mrs. Signorelli’s mail box.

     

    Attention seniors without a first period: Next week on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 2nd period will begin at 8:10.  Please plan accordingly and arrive on time!

     

    We would like to congratulate Shannon McCormick for being selected as the winner of the 4th Annual Saige Raiche Memorial Mother’s Day jewelry design contest sponsored by Blue Marlin Jewelry. Her design was selected from 120 entries, and Blue Marlin created the necklace and presented it to her mother.

     

    We have numerous testing sessions scheduled during the next two weeks. Please remember to get plenty of rest and arrive on time so that you can do your best.

     

    -           All 9th, 10th and 11th grade Take Stock in Children students: there will be a mandatory Take Stock in Children End of Year meeting afterschool on Tuesday, May 21st at 2:35pm in the Media Center. Please see Ms.King if you have any questions.

     

    The Lady Canes will be selling candy bars afterschool by the cafeteria today for $ 1.00 a chocolate bar- Please come support the Lady Canes Volleyball Team 

     

    On May 18th, the Junior Class will be hosting a Prom Challenge. Come to Coral Shores High School to participate in a 1 mile walk to help raise money for senior scholarships. Registration is between 8:30am – 9am at the Tennis Courts. There will be games, food and drinks, and at the end of the of the walk there will be a meet and greet with Survivor Season 36 competitor, Chris Noble! All are welcomed, kids, community members, students and parents, so spread the word! Any Coral Shores students participating in the 1 mile walk can earn 2 hours of community service so please bring your community service sheets to registration. Any senior who would like to apply for the scholarship please pick up an application from the library and submit it at the challenge or you can get an application at the registration booth the day of the challenge to fill it out then.

     

     

    “Are you a procrastinator? Prom is this Saturday!! If you did not get your ticket, there will be additional ticket sales Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday for $75 each at A and B lunches. Wednesday is the ABSOLUTE LAST DAY to purchase your entry for prom! Out of School guest requests will no longer be accepted. Do not miss out!”

     

    Happy Birthday to the following Cane:

     

    Kaylee Marie Moore

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day :

     

    The most valuable things you will ever own are things you cannot touch or see, like a good heart or a brilliant mind.

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

     May 8th, 2019

     

    If you are a SENIOR going into the military, PLEASE stop in and see Ms. Harris THIS WEEK.

     

    Seniors MUST turn in the light blue “Exit Survey” saying what your plans are after you graduate! Turn into box in to the main office by the end of this week!

     

     

    “Prom is May 18 at Cheeca Lodge. Do you have your tickets yet? This is the LAST WEEK TO BUY PROM TICKETS!! Prom entry will be for sale during both lunches Wednesday, and Thursday. DON’T MISS OUT!!!”

     

     

    Teachers, at this time, please pass out the ballots for class officer elections.  

     

     

    Ms. Harris will be available this Wed, Thurs and Friday 7th period for Interview Skills tips.

     

    Seniors! Please turn in your light blue Exit Survey to the main office or it becomes an obligation before Graduation!

     

     

     

     

    Happy Birthday to:

     

    Frank Nola Lee

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day :

    Treat other people the way you want them to treat you.

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    May 6th, 2019

     

     Try outs for volleyball will be May 7th and 9th – please expect to be for both days. All proper paperwork must be turned into Coach Ets-Hokin before the try out day.

     

    Attention AP students:  Here are some test day reminders – If you are taking a morning test you need to report to your testing location no later than 7:30 AM and for afternoon tests you should be here by 11:30AM.  You cannot bring backpacks, phones, smart watches, or study guides into the test room with you.  Please leave these items at home or in your car on test day. 

     

    Prom is May 18 at Cheeca Lodge. Do you have your tickets yet? This is the LAST WEEK TO BUY PROM TICKETS!! Prom entry will be for sale during both lunches Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. DON’T MISS OUT!!!

    The Superintendents Ultimate Readers Awards will take place tomorrow Tuesday, May 7 at 10am in the PAC.  Students who have earned this award should have received a notification in their English classes that will serve as your pass.  Please see Mrs. Haddad with questions.

     

    Happy Birthday to the following Canes:

     Ella Grace Marsden

    Luis Fernando, Flores- Arriola

    Sydney Olivia Frampton

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day :

     

    Compassion

    A heart full of love and compassion gives us inner strength, willpower, happiness and peace of mind.

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

     May 3rd, 2019

     

     Try outs for volleyball will be May 7th and 9th – please expect to be for both days. All proper paperwork must be turned into Coach Ets-Hokin before the try out day.

     

    Attention Seniors and Teachers.

    Ms. G is recruiting voices to perform the Star Spangled Banner at this year’s graduation.  She will coach and provide you with a track of your part.  If you are interested, there will be a meeting today in the Band Room, room 5-108,   at 2:30. Come join us as we honor the class 2019.

     

    On May 18th, the Junior Class will be hosting a Prom Challenge. Come to Coral Shores High School to participate in a 1 mile walk to help raise money for senior scholarships. Registration is between 8:30am – 9am at the Tennis Courts. There will be games, food and drinks, and at the end of the of the walk there will be a meet and greet with Survivor Season 36 competitor, Chris Noble! All are welcomed, kids, community members, students and parents, so spread the word! Any Coral Shores students participating in the 1 mile walk can earn 2 hours of community service so please bring your community service sheets to registration. Any senior who would like to apply for the scholarship please pick up an application from the library and submit it at the challenge or you can get an application at the registration booth the day of the challenge to fill it out then.

     

    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 4204.

     

    This Friday May 3rd will be the last day to check out books from the Media Center.  All books must be returned no later than May 17th

    “Are you planning on attending this year’s prom on May 18? Have you purchased your ticket?? If not, come by the pantry at both A & B lunches to purchase. Entry is $65 a person! Don’t miss out!”

     

    Attention Seniors

    Any textbooks you are not using to study for finals or AP Exams please return to Mrs. Signorelli’s Lab as soon as possible.

    If you are still using your textbooks to prepare for the end of year please return the textbook on the day of the final or the AP exam for that subject.  Textbooks must be returned before you can participate in graduation.

    Any questions please see Mrs. Signorelli

     

    The Superintendent’s Ultimate Readers Awards will take place next Tuesday, May 7 at 10:00am in the PAC.  All students who read 15 books this year are eligible for the award.  You will receive your invitations in your English classes.  If you have any questions please see Ms. Haddad in the Media Center.

     

    Happy Birthday to the following Canes:

     

    Christopher Cano

    Jesse James Ferrante

    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!

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

      May 2nd, 2019

     

     Try outs for volleyball will be May 7th and 9th – please expect to be for both days. All proper paperwork must be turned into Coach Ets-Hokin before the try out day.

     

    Attention Seniors and Teachers.

    Ms. G is recruiting voices to perform the Star Spangled Banner at this year’s graduation.  She will coach and provide you with a track of your part.  If you are interested, there will be a meeting today in the Band Room, room 5-108,   at 2:30. Come join us as we honor the class 2019.

     

    Congratulations to Ms. Signorelli who earned her Microsoft Certification in Word though our Adult Education program!  She is proof that hard work pays off.  Way to go Ms. Signorelli!

     

    On May 18th, the Junior Class will be hosting a Prom Challenge. Come to Coral Shores High School to participate in a 1 mile walk to help raise money for senior scholarships. Registration is between 8:30am – 9am at the Tennis Courts. There will be games, food and drinks, and at the end of the of the walk there will be a meet and greet with Survivor Season 36 competitor, Chris Noble! All are welcomed, kids, community members, students and parents, so spread the word! Any Coral Shores students participating in the 1 mile walk can earn 2 hours of community service so please bring your community service sheets to registration. Any senior who would like to apply for the scholarship please pick up an application from the library and submit it at the challenge or you can get an application at the registration booth the day of the challenge to fill it out then.

     

     

    Congratulations to the following for passing their Certiport tests today:

    Reese Bonner, Brandon Harrison, Stephen Platt, Jacob Kirkman, and Jonathon Rroshi all passed their 3D tests in Autodesk Inventor and will receive $250 from Monroe Computes.

     

    Matthew Darrow passed his MTA in Java and Anna Reckwerdt passed her Word test. Great job Canes

     

    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 4204.

     

     

    This Friday May 3rd will be the last day to check out books from the Media Center.  All books must be returned no later than May 17th

     

    “Are you planning on attending this year’s prom on May 18? Have you purchased your ticket?? If not, come by the pantry at both A & B lunches to purchase. Entry is $65 a person! Don’t miss out!”

     

    If you teach any Juniors or Seniors during 6th period you should have a received an envelope in your classroom with ballots for this years prom court.  Please vote during this class period.  Junior will only be voting for juniors.  Seniors will only be voting for seniors.  Freshman and Sophomores do not vote.  We will be coming around to collect ballots at the end of 6th period today. 

     

    Attention Seniors

    Any textbooks you are not using to study for finals or AP Exams please return to Mrs. Signorelli’s Lab as soon as possible.

    If you are still using your textbooks to prepare for the end of year please return the textbook on the day of the final or the AP exam for that subject.  Textbooks must be returned before you can participate in graduation.

    Any questions please see Mrs. Signorelli

     

    The Superintendent’s Ultimate Readers Awards will take place next Tuesday, May 7 at 10:00am in the PAC.  All students who read 15 books this year are eligible for the award.  You will receive your invitations in your English classes.  If you have any questions please see Ms. Haddad in the Media Center.

     

    Happy Birthday to the following canes:

     

    Andrea Christina Galvan

    Blaine Tyler Boley

    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.

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

     May 1st, 2019

     

     Try outs for volleyball will be May 7th and 9th – please expect to be for both days. All proper paperwork must be turned into Coach Ets-Hokin before the try out day.

     

     

    Attention Seniors and Teachers.

    Ms. G is recruiting voices to perform the Star Spangled Banner at this year’s graduation.  She will coach and provide you with a track of your part.  If you are interested, there will be a meeting this week in the Band Room, room 5-108,  Thursday May 2nd at 2:30. Come join us as we honor the class 2019.

     

     

    Today you may receive an invitation to a Pbis Cupcake Party—if so….. You have been selected by your teacher for consistently” DOING THE RIGHT THING”. 

    We are looking forward to celebrating you on Thursday in the Media Center Conference Room—Stop by during you lunch to enjoy your well-deserved treat!!

     

    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 4204.

     

     

    This Friday, May 3rd will be the last day to check out books from the Media Center.  All books must be returned no later than May 17th.

     

    “Are you planning on attending this year’s prom on May 18? Have you purchased your ticket?? If not, come by the pantry at both A & B lunches to purchase. Entry is $65 a person! Don’t miss out!”

     

    Attention Seniors: 

    Any textbooks you are not using to study for finals or AP Exams please return to Mrs. Signorelli’s Lab as soon as possible.

    If you are still using your textbooks to prepare for the end of year please return the textbook on the day of the final or the AP exam for that subject.  Textbooks must be returned before you can participate in graduation.

    Any questions please see Mrs. Signorelli.

    Canette tryouts will be today  from 4:15-5:30 in the cafeteria.  You must have a completed athletic packet and current sports physical to participate.

     

    Cheerleading  tryouts will be held this week.

    These tryout practices are mandatory!

     

    Reminder, Athletic packets and Physicals MUST be completed in order to participate.

     

    Again that is cheerleading and canette tryouts this week through – May 3rd!

     

    If you would like to be a part of student council and run for a class office, please attend a mandatory meeting in Ms. Rosenow’s room otoday May 1st at the start of A or B lunch. 

     

    The Superintendent’s Ultimate Readers Awards will take place next Tuesday, May 7 at 10:00am in the PAC.  All students who read 15 books this year are eligible for the award.  You will receive your invitations in your English classes.  If you have any questions please see Ms. Haddad in the Media Center.

     

     

    Finals are around the corner.  Do you need help? Don’t be shy and drop by Room 4-205 today for Science tutoring hosted by the Science National Honor Society

    Happy Birthday to the following Canes:

     

    Gabriella Arnietta Cutchins

    Patrick Jacob Craig

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day :

     

    Contributing to the World

    Each of us has something unique and special to give to the world

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

      April 30th, 2019

     

     Try outs for volleyball will be May 7th and 9th – please expect to be for both days. All proper paperwork must be turned into Coach Ets-Hokin before the try out day.

     

    Attention Seniors and Teachers.

    Ms. G is recruiting voices to perform the Star Spangled Banner at this year’s graduation.  She will coach and provide you with a track of your part.  If you are interested, there will be a meeting this week in the Band Room, room 5-108, at 2:30. Come join us as we honor the class 2019.

     

    “Are you planning on attending this year’s prom on May 18? Have you purchased your ticket?? If not, come by the pantry at both A & B lunches to purchase. Entry is $65 a person! Don’t miss out!”

     

    Congratulations to the following students who certified last week and will receive anywhere from $100 to $250 from Monroe Computes:

     

    •           Miguel Quezada passed his 12th MTA certification test  - this time in Database Administration Fundamentals

     

    •           Shennan Kasprzak passed his third MTA test in JavaScript

     

    •           Matthew Darrow passed two MTA tests in Windows Operating System Fundamentals and Mobility and Device Fundamentals

     

    •           Robbie Valenzuela, Jared Trout, Matthew Hardison, and Mabel Martinez all passed Excel to get their full MOS certification;

     

    •           Steelman Nicoletti passed his second Adobe test in Illustrator

     

    •           And Charlton Augustus and Evan Tiedemann passed their tests in Word.  Great job everyone!

     

     

    Attention Seniors

    Any textbooks you are not using to study for finals or AP Exams please return to Mrs. Signorelli’s Lab as soon as possible.

    If you are still using your textbooks to prepare for the end of year please return the textbook on the day of the final or the AP exam for that subject.  Textbooks must be returned before you can participate in graduation.

    Any questions please see Mrs. Signorelli.

     

    Canette tryouts will be  tomorrow  Wednesday from 4:15-5:30 in the cafeteria.  You must have a completed athletic packet and current sports physical to participate.

     

    Cheerleading  tryouts will be held this week.

    These tryout practices are mandatory!

     

    Reminder, Athletic packets and Physicals MUST be completed in order to participate.

     

    Again that is cheerleading and canette tryouts this week through – May 3rd!

     

    If you would like to be a part of student council and run for a class office, please attend a mandatory meeting in Ms. Rosenow’s room on Wednesday May 1st at the start of A or B lunch. 

     

    The Superintendent’s Ultimate Readers Awards will take place next Tuesday, May 7 at 10:00am in the PAC.  All students who read 15 books this year are eligible for the award.  You will receive your invitations in your English classes.  If you have any questions please see Ms. Haddad in the Media Center.

     

     

    Finals are around the corner.  Do you need help? Don’t be shy and drop by Room 4-205 on Wednesday for Science tutoring hosted by the Science National Honor Society

     

    Happy Birthday to the following canes:

     

    Roka Dean Wolgamott

    Jacob Patrick Craig

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day :

     

    Proud to be an American

    America is the greatest place in the world for people to become the best they can be!

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

     April 29th, 2019

     

     Try outs for volleyball will be May 7th and 9th – please expect to be for both days. All proper paperwork must be turned into Coach Ets-Hokin before the try out day.

     

    Attention Seniors

    Any textbooks you are not using to study for finals or AP Exams please return to Mrs. Signorelli’s Lab as soon as possible.

    If you are still using your textbooks to prepare for the end of year please return the textbook on the day of the final or the AP exam for that subject.  Textbooks must be returned before you can participate in graduation.

    Any questions please see Mrs. Signorelli

     

    Canette tryouts will be  today Monday  thru Wednesday from 4:15-5:30 in the cafeteria.  You must have a completed athletic packet and current sports physical to participate.

     

    Cheerleading and Canette tryouts will be held this week.

    These tryout practices are mandatory!

     

    Reminder, Athletic packets and Physicals MUST be completed in order to participate.

     

    Again that is cheerleading and canette tryouts this week through – May 3rd!

     

    Please come out and cheer on the Varsity Baseball team tonight for Senior Night.  Senior Night festivities start at 6:30 and the game vs. Homestead HS starts at 7pm.  Don’t miss the last home Varsity Baseball game.

     

     

    If you would like to be a part of student council and run for a class office, please attend a mandatory meeting in Ms. Rosenow’s room on Wednesday May 1st at the start of A or B lunch. 

     

    The Superintendent’s Ultimate Readers Awards will take place next Tuesday, May 7 at 10:00am in the PAC.  All students who read 15 books this year are eligible for the award.  You will receive your invitations in your English classes.  If you have any questions please see Ms. Haddad in the Media Center.

     

     

    Finals are around the corner.  Do you need help? Don’t be shy and drop by Room 4-205 on Wednesday for Science tutoring hosted by the Science National Honor Society

     

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day :

     

    CHOICES

    Every great mistake has a halfway moment, a split second when it can be recalled and perhaps make a better decision.

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    April 26, 2019

     

     Try outs for volleyball will be May 7th and 9th – please expect to be there  for both days. All proper paperwork must be turned into Coach Ets-Hokin before the try out day.

     

     

    Attention Seniors

    Any textbooks you are not using to study for finals or AP Exams please return to Mrs. Signorelli’s Lab as soon as possible.

    If you are still using your textbooks to prepare for the end of year please return the textbook on the day of the final or the AP exam for that subject.  Textbooks must be returned before you can participate in graduation.

    Any questions please see Mrs. Signorelli

     

    Canette tryouts will be next Monday thru Wednesday from 4:15-5:30 in the cafeteria.  You must have a completed athletic packet and current sports physical to participate.

     

    Cheerleading and Canette tryouts will be held the week of April 29th.

    These tryout practices are mandatory!

     

    Reminder, Athletic packets and Physicals MUST be completed in order to participate.

     

    Again that it cheerleading and canette tryouts the week of April 29th – May 3rd!

     

    Good luck to the Track team tomorrow at the Regional Meet in Titusville , Fl.

     

    Finals are around the corner.  Do you need help? Don’t be shy and drop by Room 4-205 during lunch next Monday and Wednesday for Science tutoring hosted by the Science National Honor Society

     

    To continue honoring Earth Day, Coral Shores students have the opportunity to do a mangrove cleanup this Saturday the 27th at 1pm.  Pirate Cove Watersports at Marriot Bayside is taking students on a boat to the cleanup location. Student will snorkel to the island and cleanup the mangroves.   Diver’s Direct is hosting us afterwards for pizza and prizes.  Please see Ms. Rosenow in room 4-105 to sign up and get a waiver.

     

     

    Interact or any student interested in earning community service hours-

    The Jon Olsen Gold Medal Invite at Founders Pool, needs volunteers this weekend!

    Sign up with Ms. Kelley in room 4-103 Art room

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day :

     

    Don’t let anyone rent space in your head unless they are a good tenant. 

    Choose your friends wisely!

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

     April 25, 2019

     

    Attention Varsity Baseball players:  You are being released immediately after 6th period today for the LaSalle Game.

     

     Try outs for volleyball will be May 7th and 9th – please expect to be present for both days. All proper paperwork must be turned into Coach Ets-Hokin before the Try-Out day.

     

    ATTENTION SENIORS! – Any textbooks you are not using to study for finals or AP Exams, please return to Mrs. Signorelli’s Lab as soon as possible. 

     

    If you are using your textbook to prepare for the end of year, please return the textbook on the day of the final or the AP exam for that subject.  Textbooks must be returned before you can participate in graduation.  Any questions, please see Mrs. Signorelli.

    All 11th Grade Take Stock in Children Students must meet at Mrs. Mary Jo Fry’s Classroom afterschool today at 2:35pm for the Take Stock meeting. Please see Ms.King if you have any questions.

     

    Congratulations to Emma Head who earned her Adobe Certified Associate certification by passing the test in Premiere Pro.  She will receive one hundred dollars from Monroe Computes!  Keep up the great work Digital Productions!

     

    Canette tryouts will be next Monday thru Wednesday from 4:15-5:30 PM in the cafeteria.  You must have a completed athletic packet and current sports physical to participate.

     

    To continue honoring Earth Day, Coral Shores students have the opportunity to do a mangrove cleanup this Saturday April 27th at 1:00 PM.  Pirate Cove Watersports at Marriot Bayside is taking students on a boat to the cleanup location. Students will snorkel to the island and cleanup the mangroves.   Diver’s Direct is hosting us afterwards for pizza and prizes.  Please see Ms. Rosenow in room 4-105 to sign up and get a waiver.

     

     

    Interact or any student interested in earning community service hours-

    The Jon Olsen Gold Medal Invite at Founders Pool, needs volunteers this weekend!

    Sign up with Ms. Kelley in room 4-102, the Art Room
    Friday 4:45-7:30 PM
    Saturday 8:30-1:00 PM
    Sunday 8:30-1:00 PM

    “Prom entry sales will continue   Thursday during lunch. The price is $65. Please make sure you have all obligations cleared before you purchase a ticket

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day :

     

    You started school Strong

    Now finish it even stronger…

    Work hard and meet your goals!

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

     April 24, 2019

     

     Try outs for volleyball will be May 7th and 9th – please expect to be for both days. All proper paperwork must be turned into Coach Ets-Hokin before the try out day.

     

     

    - Interact students who signed up to join Rotarians at Doc’s Diner tonight for end of year Pizza reward. Be there at 6. You earned it.

    You know who you are! See you there, Mrs. Kelley

     

    AP Bubbling will take place tomorrow during 1st and 7th period in the PAC. Students will receive invitations to their specific sessions. Makeups will be during student lunch until complete.

     

    Attention Seniors

    Any textbooks you are not using to study for finals or AP Exams please return to Mrs. Signorelli’s Lab as soon as possible.

    If you are still using your textbooks to prepare for the end of year please return the textbook on the day of the final or the AP exam for that subject.  Textbooks must be returned before you can participate in graduation.

    Any questions please see Mrs. Signorelli

     

    Canette tryouts will be next Monday thru Wednesday from 4:15-5:30 in the cafeteria.  You must have a completed athletic packet and current sports physical to participate.

     

    To continue honoring Earth Day, Coral Shores students have the opportunity to do a mangrove cleanup this Saturday the 27th at 1pm.  Pirate Cove Watersports at Marriot Bayside is taking students on a boat to the cleanup location. Student will snorkel to the island and cleanup the mangroves.   Diver’s Direct is hosting us afterwards for pizza and prizes.  Please see Ms. Rosenow in room 4-105 to sign up and get a waiver.

     

     

    Interact or any student interested in earning community service hours-

    The Jon Olsen Gold Medal Invite at Founders Pool, needs volunteers this weekend!

    Sign up with Ms. Kelley in room 4-103 Art room

     

    “Prom entry sales will continue   Thursday during lunch. The price is $65. Please make sure you have all obligations cleared before you purchase a ticket

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day :

     

    You started school Strong

    Now finish it even stronger…

    Work hard and meet your goals!

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

     April 23, 2019

     

    *** Last Open Gym before try outs for Volleyball is  today April 23rd Tuesday. Try outs will be May 7th and 9th – please expect to be for both days. All proper paperwork must be turned into Coach Ets-Hokin before the try out day.

     

    Attention Seniors!

    Scholarship interview dates and times will be posted on the window in the main office over the next 2 weeks. It is your responsibility to check these lists!

    Ms. Harris has no control over who these organizations choose to interview.

    If your name is not on the list, then you are not required to interview. 

     

    Congratulations to Luke Gutierrez who earned his Microsoft Office Expert certification in Word yesterday and to Lilia Lopez for earning her Microsoft Office Specialist Certification and will get $200 from Monroe Computes.  Great job Coral Shores!

     

    Interact students who signed up to join Rotarians at Doc’s Diner Wednesday night for end of year Pizza reward. Be there at 6. You earned it.

    You know who you are! See you there, Mrs. Kelley

     

    Attention all Science National Honor Society members: There is a meeting tomorrow 7 am in Room 4-205. Be sure to bring in the money from the straws.

     

    Attention Varsity Baseball team please report to the bus circle today at 1:50 pm promptly to leave for the Ransom game.

     

     

    “Prom entry sales will continue   Thursday during lunch. The price is $65. Please make sure you have all obligations cleared before you purchase a ticket.

     

     

     

    Happy Birthday goes out to the Following Canes:

     Dylan Sheu

    Justin Eugene Pawlikowski

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day :

     

     Everyone you meet is fighting a battle you know nothing about!

    Being KIND may be just what they need.

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

       April 22, 2019

     

    *** Last Open Gym before try outs for Volleyball is April 23rd Tuesday. Try outs will be May 7th and 9th – please expect to be for both days. All proper paperwork must be turned into Coach Ets-Hokin before the try out day.

     

    Attention Seniors!

    Scholarship interview dates and times will be posted on the window in the main office over the next 2 weeks. It is your responsibility to check these lists!

    Ms. Harris has no control over who these organizations choose to interview.

    If your name is not on the list, then you are not required to interview. 

    Track and Field Players who did not Qualify for Regionals turn in your uniforms to coach James so as possible. Thank you

     

    Attention all students:

    Cheerleading and Canette tryouts will be held the week of April 29th.

    These tryout practices are mandatory!

     

    Reminder, Athletic packets and Physicals MUST be completed in order to participate.

     

    Again that it cheerleading and canette tryouts the week of April 29th – May 3rd!

     

    “Prom entry sales will continue  Tuesday and Thursday during lunch. The price is $65. Please make sure you have all obligations cleared before you purchase a ticket

    Please remember to return any overdue Library books to the Media Center!  Students with obligations will not be allowed to buy prom tickets until all obligations are cleared with Mrs. Haddad.

     

    The last day to check out books from the Media Center will be Friday, May 3rd.

    All books must be returned to the Library no later than May 17th.

    This is especially important for seniors who will not be allowed to participate in graduation activities if you have library, textbook or other outstanding obligations.

     

    Join Student Council after school for an Earth Day Cleanup today April 22nd.  Meet in Ms. Rosenow’s room after school.   Wear shoes that can get wet.   Bring water and sunscreen.

     

     

     

    Happy Birthday goes out to the Following Canes:

     

    Thomas Ronald Rodberg

    Chase Hoffmann

    Daniel Holden Koerperich

    Nicholas Chase Norman

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day :

     

    SACRIFICE

    If you don’t sacrifice for what you want then what you want becomes the sacrifice.

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

     April 19th, 2019

     

    *** Last Open Gym before try outs for Volleyball is April 23rd Tuesday. Try outs will be May 7th and 9th – please expect to be for both days. All proper paperwork must be turned into Coach Ets-Hokin before the try out day.

     

    Congratulations to Donovan Hassen who earned his Adobe Certified Associate certification by passing the test in Premiere Pro.  He will receive one hundred dollars from Monroe Computes!  Keep up the great work Digital Productions!

    Attention all students:

     

    Cheerleading and Canette tryouts will be held the week of April 29th.

    These tryout practices are mandatory!

     

    Reminder, Athletic packets and Physicals MUST be completed in order to participate.

     

    Again that it cheerleading and canette tryouts the week of April 29th – May 3rd!

     

    Please remember to return any overdue Library books to the Media Center!  Students with obligations will not be allowed to buy prom tickets until all obligations are cleared with Mrs. Haddad.

     

    The last day to check out books from the Media Center will be Friday, May 3rd.

    All books must be returned to the Library no later than May 17th.

    This is especially important for seniors who will not be allowed to participate in graduation activities if you have library, textbook or other outstanding obligations.

     

    Join Student Council after school for an Earth Day Cleanup on Monday April 22nd.  Meet in Ms. Rosenow’s room after school.   Wear shoes that can get wet.   Bring water and sunscreen.

    Happy Birthday goes out to the Following Cane:

     

    Devyn Wade Nason

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day :

     

    Important Decisions

    When you have important decisions to make in your life—

    trust your intuition, and then work with everything you have, to prove it right!

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

     April 18th, 2019

     

    Attention seniors who passed all three MOS certifications and three Adobe certifications within the last five years:  Please see Mrs. Britton in Room 2-201 to order and pay for your cord for graduation before this Friday, April 19.  Cords are $10 each.

     

    *** Last Open Gym before try outs for Volleyball is April 23rd Tuesday. Try outs will be May 7th and 9th – please expect to be for both days. All proper paperwork must be turned into Coach Ets-Hokin before the try out day.

     

    Please announce today!

     

    Congratulations to the Softball Team - not only did they win regular season going undefeated, and winning the Semi-final tournament game Tuesday - they are  also the Conference Tournament Champions!!

     

    Last night they defeated Colonial Christian 13-3 in the title game!

     

    The Canes also had Player of the year Anna Langley - MVP of the tournament Anna Langley-  4 student athletes on the first team all conference: Anna Langley, Atlantis Hoffsetter, Keeley Flanagan and Maddie Langley

     

    Second-team all conference:  Lexy Brito, Jenna Jones

     

    Third team all conference: Emma Lovell, Dallas Christmas 12

     

    finishing the season with an overall record of 17 and 1 - congratulations again to Team#3  - what are year!!

    Please remember to return any overdue Library books to the Media Center!  Students with obligations will not be allowed to buy prom tickets until all obligations are cleared with Mrs. Haddad.

     

    The last day to check out books from the Media Center will be Friday, May 3rd.

    All books must be returned to the Library no later than May 17th.

    This is especially important for seniors who will not be allowed to participate in graduation activities if you have library, textbook or other outstanding obligations.

     

    Join Student Council after school for an Earth Day Cleanup on Monday April 22nd.  Meet in Ms. Rosenow’s room after school.   Wear shoes that can get wet.   Bring water and sunscreen.

    Happy Birthday goes out to the Following Canes:

    Orlando Antonio Ortega

    Stephen Arthur McClellan

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day :

     

     

    Facing Difficulties:

    Sometimes you are facing difficulties, not because you are doing something wrong, but because you are doing something right! 

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

      April 17th, 2019

     

    Attention seniors who passed all three MOS certifications and three Adobe certifications within the last five years:  Please see Mrs. Britton in Room 2-201 to order and pay for your cord for graduation before this Friday, April 19.  Cords are $10 each.

     

    Attention Seniors!

    If your name is not on the college/Career bulletin board, please email Ms. Harris or put a note in her box to let her know what your Post graduate plans are!

     

     Cheerleading and Canette tryouts will be held the week of April 29th.

    These tryout practices are mandatory!

     

    Reminder, Athletic packets and Physicals MUST be completed in order to participate.

     

    Again that it cheerleading and canette tryouts the week of April 29th – May 3rd!

     

     

    “Prom Entry Sales will continue on Thursday at lunch. Entry is $65”

    Join Student Council after school for an Earth Day Cleanup on Monday April 22nd.  Meet in Ms. Rosenow’s room after school.   Wear shoes that can get wet.   Bring water and sunscreen.

    Please remember to purchase your yearbook. The price is now $75. Come by the office and see Miss Mona or go online to yearbookforever.com to purchase.

    Happy Birthday goes out to the Following Cane:

     

    Isabel Mary Jacobsen

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day :

     

    Wednesday, April 17

     

    Time for Success:

    If you spend as much time on your school studies as you do Instagram and Facebook-you are bound to be successful! 

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

     April 16th, 2019

     

    Attention seniors who passed all three MOS certifications and three Adobe certifications within the last five years:  Please see Mrs. Britton in Room 2-201 to order and pay for your cord for graduation before this Friday, April 19.  Cords are $10 each.

     

    Track and Field players who did not qualify for Regionals turn in your track uniforms to coach James.

    “Prom Entry Sales will continue on Thursday at lunch. Entry is $65”

    Join Student Council after school for an Earth Day Cleanup on Monday April 22nd.  Meet in Ms. Rosenow’s room after school.   Wear shoes that can get wet.   Bring water and sunscreen.

    Please remember to purchase your yearbook. The price is now $75. Come by the office and see Miss Mona or go online to yearbookforever.com to purchase.

    Happy Birthday goes out to the Following Cane:

     

    Haley Marie Guy

    Roberto Carlos Rivera

    David Edwards Jensen

    George Allan Alvarez

    Project Wisdom Words 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.

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

     April 15th, 2019

     

    Coral Shores led the district in the third quarter with the most certifications. Congratulations to the following students who are pushing in the fourth quarter and certified on Friday. Completers will receive anywhere from $100 to $300 from Monroe Computes:

     

    •           Allysa Aguiar, Leo Snell and Steelman Nicoletti – certified in Autodesk Inventor

     

    •           Anthony Lorente certified in Excel to complete his Specialist certification

     

    •           Anna Langley certified in Dreamweaver, her fourth Adobe cert

     

    •           Caleb Montgomery certified in Adobe PhotoShop

     

    •           Khalil AlHamid passed PowerPoint and Stephen McClellan, Katie Holly and Asher Cockerham certified in Word

     

    •           And programming wiz Miquel Quesada earned his 11th certification this year, as a Microsoft Technology Associate in Networking Fundamentals and Windows Operating System Fundamentals!

     

    Attention seniors who passed all three MOS certifications and three Adobe certifications within the last five years:  Please see Mrs. Britton in Room 2-201 to order and pay for your cord for graduation before this Friday, April 19.  Cords are $10 each.

     

    Congratulations to the 2019 Miss Coral Shores and her court who were chosen Saturday night.

    The Judy Hoke Award winner – Rachel Machado.

    Miss Congeniality – Orlinda Lorente.

    2nd Princess – Erin Rodberg.

    1st Princess – Niomi Garcia.

    Miss Coral Shore 2019 – Marlie Cakans.

    Congratulations to all the amazing contestants! 

    Please remember to purchase your yearbook. The price is now $75. Come by the office and see Miss Mona or go online to yearbookforever.com to purchase.

    Happy Birthday goes out to the Following Cane:

     

    Simon Orjuela

     

     

    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.

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

      April 8th, 2019

     

    Prom Entry Sales will continue  tomorrow. The entry fee is $65.

    Cheerleading and Canette tryouts will be held the week of April 29th.

    These tryout practices are mandatory!

     

    Reminder, Athletic packets and Physicals MUST be completed in order to participate.

     

    Again that it cheerleading and Canette tryouts the week of April 29th – May 3rd

    Please remember to purchase your yearbook. The price is now $75. Come by the office and see Miss Mona or go online to yearbookforever.com to purchase.

    Happy Birthday to the following Canes:

     

    Christian Dominic Holcolm

    Michael Nathaniel Valdes

    John Maloney

    Jack Marc Munafo

    Project Wisdom Words 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

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday, April 5th, 2019

     

    Prom Entry Sales will continue at lunches on Monday and Tuesday next week. The entry fee is $65.

    Softball team defeated Palmer Trinity in a conference game yesterday 22 - 1 in 3 innings - they stay number one in the conference w/a 7 - 0 record and 11-1 overall!

     

    Come out tonight and support your team at home  - 6 o’clock game against nonconference opponent Ferguson high school!

     

    Cheerleading and Canette tryouts will be held the week of April 29th.

    These tryout practices are mandatory!

     

    Reminder, Athletic packets and Physicals MUST be completed in order to participate.

     

     

    Vincent Biondoletti, competing at the University of Northern Iowa this past weekend, earned All American honors finishing 7th in the Nation. His next competition will be in three weeks to qualify for the Florida USA team .

     

    Islamorada Chamber of Commerce is looking for volunteers for this weekend April 6th & 7th Island Fest at Founder’s Park, please see Mrs. Hager in room 2-224 for information about this opportunity to earn community service hours.

    The Coral Shores High School Drama Club’s has set sail. Join us April 5th, 6th and 7th. Curtain for Friday and Saturday shows are at 7pm and 2pm on Sundays. A Disney classic everyone can enjoy! Tickets can be bought in the front office, from the show’s cast and crew and in front of Ms. Z’s classroom during both lunches!

     

    Happy Birthday to the following: Milixa Elizabeth Amador-ChavarriaNathan Joseph Barton BlancoJoshua Minak

    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.

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Thursday, April 4th, 2019

     

    Spring football is here, there will be a mandatory meeting today at 2:40pm after school in room 2-109 next to the boys locker room. Please be present and on time.

    Thank you,

    Coach Bryant

    “Prom Entry Sales will continue at lunches on Monday and Tuesday next week. The entry fee is $65.”

    Vincent Biondoletti, competing at the University of Northern Iowa this past weekend, earned All American honors finishing 7th in the Nation. His next competition will be in three weeks to qualify for the Florida USA team .

     

    Islamorada Chamber of Commerce is looking for volunteers for this weekend April 6th & 7th Island Fest at Founder’s Park, please see Mrs. Hager in room 2-224 for information about this opportunity to earn community service hours.

    The Coral Shores High School Drama Club’s has set sail. Join us April 5th, 6th and 7th. Curtain for Friday and Saturday shows are at 7pm and 2pm on Sundays. A Disney classic everyone can enjoy! Tickets can be bought in the front office, from the show’s cast and crew and in front of Ms. Z’s classroom during both lunches!

     

    Open Gym for Volleyball will be today.  There are only 4 more open gyms before try outs- please make your best effort to attend these. Try outs will be May 7th and 9th.

    Happy Birthday to the following Canes:

     

    Margaret Regan Mckenzie

    Natalie Ledoux

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

    Cheating

    Cheating is a bad character flaw—

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

     

     

     

      

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday, April 3rd, 2019

     

    Spring football is here, there will be a mandatory meeting this Thursday 2:40pm after school in room 2-109 next to the boys locker room. Please be present and on time.

    Thank you, Coach Bryant

    Attention Juniors and Seniors – the Prom FLASH SALE will be continuing TOMORROW at both lunches. Entry is $45 AND WILL GO UP! TOMORROW IS THE LAST DAY FOR FLASH SALE PRICES! Don’t miss out!”

     

    Vincent Biondoletti, competing at the university of northern Iowa this past weekend, earned All American honors finishing 7th in the Nation. His next competition will be in three weeks to qualify for the Florida USA team .

     

    Students who took the SAT with Mrs. Rehmann in Ms. Browning’s room last Wednesday. There was a cup and a sweatshirt left in the room after testing.  Please see Ms. Browning if either of these items are yours.

     

    Cheerleading and Canette tryouts will be held the week of April 29th.

    These tryout practices are mandatory!

     

    Reminder, Athletic packets and Physicals MUST be completed in order to participate.

     

    Again that it cheerleading and canette tryouts the week of April 29th – May 3rd!

    Islamorada Chamber of Commerce is looking for volunteers for this weekend April 6th & 7th Island Fest at Founder’s Park, please see Mrs. Hager in room 2-224 for information about this opportunity to earn community service hours.

                                                                      Track and Field

    Awesome meet yesterday at Miami Southridge. Players running and throwing personal best include:

    Alison Woltanski in the 100 meter hurdles 18.81 - 300 meter hurdles 1:00

    Katie Black in the 100 meter hurdles with a time of 19.13

    Willem Godtel in the 300 meter hurdles with a time of 52.14

    Alexis Terry in the 200 meters with a time of 28.21

    4x800 boys relay -Jackson Hilson - Zachary Rodriguez - Dominic Austin - Riley Oakley - with a time of 9:12 sec.

    4x100 boys relay -Javier Correa - Sadier Hernandez - Javier Hernandez - Josh Goodwyn- with a time of  46.9 sec.

    4x100 girls relay - Kanvis Frails - Terran Clayton - Alexis Terry - Taniyah Cooper-with a time of 53.08 sec.

    4x400 boys relay-Javier Correa - Sadier Hernandez - Javier Hernandez - Riley Oakley -with a time of  3:57 sec.

    4x400 girls relay- Ashley Hilson - Lilly Trumbul - Caroline Althouse - Terran Clayton - with a time of 4:43 sec.

    Josh Goodwyn in the long Jump with a jump of !9 feet 2 inches

    Josh Goodwyn in the triple jump with a jump of 39 feet 8 1/2

    Zoe Marchetti -in the discus with a throw of 72 feet 8 inches

    Zachary Rodriguez - in the Mile with a time of 5:05

    Outstanding job Canes!!!

    “Attention Juniors and Seniors – the Prom FLASH SALE will continue this week on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at both lunches. Entry is $45 AND WILL GO UP! Don’t miss out!”

    The Coral Shores High School Drama Club’s has set sail. Join us April 5th, 6th and 7th. Curtain for Friday and Saturday shows are at 7pm and 2pm on Sundays. A Disney classic everyone can enjoy! Tickets can be bought in the front office, from the show’s cast and crew and in front of Ms. Z’s classroom during both lunches!

     

    Open Gym for Volleyball will be this Thursday- April 4th.  There are only 4 more open gyms before try outs- please make your best effort to attend these. Try outs will be May 7th and 9th.

    Happy Birthday to the following canes:

     

    William Everett Mutz

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

    Courtesy

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

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Tuesday, April 2nd, 2019

     

    Spring football is here, there will be a mandatory meeting this Thursday 2:40pm after school in room 2-109 next to the boys locker room. Please be present and on time.

    Thank you,

    Coach Bryant

    The softball game away at Colonial Christian is cancelled

    Congratulations to the following students who continue to get award money from Monroe ComputeS:

    •           Miguel Quesada for passing his 9th MTA exam in Java programming.

    •           Matthew Darrow, Daniel Koerperich and Anna Langley for passing their difficult 3D Autodesk Inventor tests.

    •           Berkley Wolgamott  and Joel Zelada for passing their final MOS test in Excel.

    •           Steven Scheu and Javi Correa for passing Word.

     

    Having trouble in Science?  Science National Honor Society can help!  Drop by Mondays and Wednesday during B lunch to Room 4-205 for free tutoring!”

    Islamorada Chamber of Commerce is looking for volunteers for this weekend April 6th & 7th Island Fest at Founder’s Park, please see Mrs. Hager in room 2-224 for information about this opportunity to earn community service hours.

    Attention:  Students who took the SAT with Mrs. Rehmann in Ms. Browning’s room last Wednesday. There was a cup and a sweatshirt left in the room after testing.  Please see Ms. Browning if either of these items are yours.

    “Attention Juniors and Seniors – the Prom FLASH SALE will continue this week on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at both lunches. Entry is $45 AND WILL GO UP! Don’t miss out!”

    All wrestlers: there is practice from 2:45-4:00PM after school today. It will be open mats. Report to Mr.  J’s room. Arrange a ride after school.

     

    Seniors! Please register for Bright Futures!

     

    If you are thinking about going to FKCC next year, they are having an Open House Today, April 2nd right here in their Upper Keys Office. Free applications to FKCC are available as well as scholarship information you are eligible for directly through FKCC. Bring your Parents! Get organized! Make a plan so you can RELAX!!!!

     

    The Coral Shores High School Drama Club’s has set sail. Join us April 5th, 6th and 7th. Curtain for Friday and Saturday shows are at 7pm and 2pm on Sundays. A Disney classic everyone can enjoy! Tickets can be bought in the front office, from the show’s cast and crew and in front of Ms. Z’s classroom during both lunches!

     

    Seniors. If you submitted a baby picture for the yearbook. Please stop by Miss Mona’s desk in the front office to pick up your photos. Thank you.

    Please remember to purchase your yearbook. The price is now $75. Come by the office and see Miss Mona or go online to yearbookforever.com to purchase.

    Happy Birthday to the following Canes:

     

    Brittney Monteagudo

    Alexandria Lynn Adler

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

     

    Passing Judgement

    Never dare to judge until you have heard the other side…

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

     Monday, April 1st, 2019

     

    Spring football is here, there will be a mandatory meeting this Thursday 2:40pm after school in room 2-109 next to the boys locker room. Please be present and on time.

    Thank you.

    Coach Bryant

    “Attention Juniors and Seniors – the Prom FLASH SALE will continue this week on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at both lunches. Entry is $45 AND WILL GO UP! Don’t miss out!”

    Attention all students:

     

    Cheerleading and Canette tryouts will be held the week of April 29th.

    These tryout practices are mandatory!

     

    Reminder, Athletic packets and Physicals MUST be completed in order to participate.

     

    Again that it cheerleading and canette tryouts the week of April 29th – May 3rd!

     

    Seniors! Please register for Bright Futures!

     

    If you are thinking about going to FKCC next year, they are having an Open House Tomorrow, April 2nd right here in their Upper Keys Office. Free applications to FKCC are available as well as scholarship information you are eligible for directly through FKCC. Bring your Parents! Get organized! Make a plan so you can RELAX!!!!

     

    The Coral Shores High School Drama Club’s has set sail. Join us April 5th, 6th and 7th. Curtain for Friday and Saturday shows are at 7pm and 2pm on Sundays. A Disney classic everyone can enjoy! Tickets can be bought in the front office, from the show’s cast and crew and in front of Ms. Z’s classroom during both lunches!

     

    Seniors. If you submitted a baby picture for the yearbook. Please stop by Miss Mona’s desk in the front office to pick up your photos. Thank you.

    Please remember to purchase your yearbook. The price is now $75. Come by the office and see Miss Mona or go online to yearbookforever.com to purchase.

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

     

    Former President Jimmy Carter said,

    We are not a melting pot, but a beautiful mosaic.  Different People, Different Beliefs, Different Yearnings Different Hopes, Different Dreams.

    All together a beautiful Mosaic

    CSHS Daily Announcements

      Friday,  March 29th, 2019

     

    Island Community Entertainment has asked for a group of student volunteers to help with Bay Jam on Sunday March, 31st. They need 10-11 helpers to set up tents and chairs, etc. Please sign up in the PAC if you would like to volunteer. You will be called and told when to arrive. You WILL receive community service hours for your time.

    If you are interested in volunteering this weekend at REEF’s lionfish derby, please see Ms. Rosenow in 4-105

    Seniors! Please register for Bright Futures!

     

    If you are thinking about going to FKCC next year, they are having an Open House next Tuesday, April 2nd right here in their Upper Keys Office. Free applications to FKCC are available as well as scholarship information you are eligible for directly through FKCC. Bring your Parents! Get organized! Make a plan so you can RELAX!!!!

     

    The Coral Shores High School Drama Club’s "Little Mermaid" is setting sail! Join us on March 29th, 30th and 31st and April 5th, 6th and 7th. Curtain for Friday and Saturday shows are at 7pm and 2pm on Sundays. A Disney classic everyone can enjoy! Tickets can be bought in the front office, from the show’s cast and crew and in front of Ms. Z’s classroom during both lunches!

     

    Happy Birthday to the following cane:

     

    Daniel Osvaldo Vega

     

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

     

    We are NOT all alike!

    What makes us different is also what makes us so special!

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Thursday,  March 28th, 2019

     

    Juniors and Seniors, prom is just on the horizon! We will be having a FLASH SALE for prom entry tomorrow during A & B lunch. Entry will be starting at $45 a person and WILL go up!! Don’t miss out!”

    Island Community Entertainment has asked for a group of student volunteers to help with Bay Jam on Sunday March, 31st. They need 10-11 helpers to set up tents and chairs, etc. Please sign up in the PAC if you would like to volunteer. You will be called and told when to arrive. You WILL receive community service hours for your time.

    All boys lacrosse athletes must report immediately after school to Ms. Signorelli’s Lab for IMPACT testing with Coach Campa. 

     

    If you are interested in volunteering this weekend at REEF’s lionfish derby, please see Ms. Rosenow in 4-105

    The Coral Shores High School Drama Club’s Little Mermaid is setting sail! Join us on March 29th,30th and 31st and April 5th, 6th and 7th. Curtain for Friday and Saturday shows are at 7pm and 2pm on Sundays. A Disney classic everyone can enjoy! Tickets can be bought in the front office, from the show’s cast and crew and in front of Ms. Z’s classroom during both lunches!

     

    Attention All Students

    Earbuds need to be taken out in the lunch line. In order to get lunch or buy snacks you must “take 1 out”. Take your earbuds out. If you can’t hear us, we can’t help you. Please show respect and “take 1 out”.

     

    Open Gym for Volleyball this week will be today – 3:00 set up- 3:30-5:30

    •           We will discuss April dates and May try outs

    If you have Miss Coral Shores Announcements/Advertisements please turn them into Ms. Colarusso in the front office.

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

     

    Gratitude

     

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

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

     Tuesday,  March 26th, 2019

     

    Juniors and Seniors, prom is just on the horizon! We will be having a FLASH SALE for prom entry this THURSDAY and FRIDAY during A & B lunch. Entry will be starting at $45 a person and WILL go up!! Don’t miss out!”

    Island Community Entertainment has asked for a group of student volunteers to help with Bay Jam on Sunday March, 31st. They need 10-11 helpers to set up tents and chairs, etc. Please sign up in the PAC if you would like to volunteer. You will be called and told when to arrive. You WILL receive community service hours for your time.

     

    Attention All Students

    Earbuds need to be taken out in the lunch line. In order to get lunch or buy snacks you must “take 1 out”. Take your earbuds out. If you can’t hear us, we can’t help you. Please show respect and “take 1 out”.

     

    Seniors—Do you need to raise your SAT score for Bright Futures Scholarship eligibility? If so, sign up to take the School Day SAT on April 9th. There is no charge for students who need to increase their Bright Futures scores. Sign-up by March 27th outside Ms. Bedell’s office.

    Open Gym for Volleyball this week will be the 28th of March- Thursday – 3:00 set up- 3:30-5:30

    •           We will discuss April dates and May try outs

     All National Honor Society Junior and Sophomores  have a meeting in Ms. O’Connor’s room Thursday @ 7:10 AM. 

    If you are a student that drives, please conform to the local traffic laws. Please use stop signs on the old road as violation and traffic laws will be enforced.

    If you have Miss Coral Shores Announcements/Advertisements please turn them into Ms. Colarusso in the front office.

     

    Happy Birthday to the following:

     

    Mariano Castillo-Beovides

    You Can Have It!

    You can only be jealous of someone who has something you think you ought to have yourself.

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Monday,  March 25th, 2019

     

    Juniors and Seniors, prom is just on the horizon! We will be having a FLASH SALE for prom entry this THURSDAY and FRIDAY during A & B lunch. Entry will be starting at $45 a person and WILL go up!! Don’t miss out!”

    Seniors—Do you need to raise your SAT score for Bright Futures Scholarship eligibility? If so, sign up to take the School Day SAT on April 9th. There is no charge for students who need to increase their Bright Futures scores. Sign-up by March 27th outside Ms. Bedell’s office.

     

    “Congratulations to the CSHS mock trial team and their success at the state competition. The team won the professionalism award and Cara Erickson won the best witness award.”

    Congratulations to the following boys who competed in the district weightlifting meet this past weekend at Archbishop McCarthy High School. Gage Dennis and Juan Villalobos- Perez both placed 3rd in their weight classes. Lucas Dennis placed 4th, Nick Zumer placed 5th and Kevin Markevitch placed 6th in each of their respective weight classes. Please wish them luck as they all move on to the regional meet this Saturday at  LaBelle High School.

     

    “All Coral Shores Wrestlers. If you are NOT a senior and plan on wrestling next year, you are required to meet in Mr. J’s Classroom 4-221 at 2:30 Pm for a quick team meeting. This is mandatory. Please arrange a ride after school if you have to take the bus. The meeting will be only a few minutes long. If you plan on wrestling next year, you must attend this meeting. Thank you.”

    If you are a student that drive. Please conform to the local traffic laws. Please use stop signs on the old road as violation and traffic laws will be enforced.

    Due to new security measures the Media Center doors will be locked at all times.  The library will still be open and available to students with a pass during class periods and during A and B lunches, but you will need to knock to be let in.  Thank you all for your help and patience!

    Happy Birthday to the following:

    Mariano Castillos-Beovides

    Success

    "Success isn't about how much money you make. It's about the difference you make in people's lives.   Continue making positive changes."

                                 ~ Michelle Obama

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Thursday,  March 14th, 2019

     

    Juniors and Seniors, prom is just on the horizon! We will be having a FLASH SALE for prom entry beginning after spring break. Entry will be starting at $45 a person and WILL go up!! Don’t miss out!

    Students from Ms. Fry’s and Miss Kater’s Economics and Financial Literacy classes competed in the first ever Financial Football tournament hosted by the Keys Federal Credit Union. This competition required students to demonstrate their knowledge of different financial literacy terms and concepts for a grand prize of $1500. Please congratulate Gage Dennis, Shennan Kasprzak, and Cole Russo on their victory! This winning team will now go on to compete against Marathon and Key West for another $1500 prize. Awesome job, boys!”

     

    Attention All Students

    Earbuds need to be taken out in the lunch line. In order to get lunch or buy snacks you must “take 1 out”. Take your earbuds out. If you can’t hear us, we can’t help you. Please show respect and “take 1 out”.

     

    Today only: Senior siblings pictures will be taken in the courtyard by the mural today!!. Seniors and your siblings can you please show up at the mural right after school to get a picture taken for the yearbook. Thank you. See you there.

    Congratulations to Nick Zumer and Kevin Markevitch for huge PRs at their weightlifting meet yesterday. Also to Jack Lindsey for his PRs at the meet prior! Districts are on March 23rd.

     

    Please use some time over Spring Break to fill out your scholarship applications and then go have some FUN!

    Bright Futures registrations also need to be getting done…it takes 5 MI NUTES!

    Directions for all are in the flyers outside my office.

    “Everything College” can be found there and any grade level student is welcome to come get information!

    Students….Are you interested in a career in healthcare?  Would you like to spend a fun week exploring a variety of health professions at your local hospital?  AHEC is offering a Health Careers camp this summer. Act fast because they only take 5 students. Also, this camp is only for students that have never attended. If you are interested, please Nurse Shannon for an application. 

     

    Happy Birthday to 

     

    Jasmin Gonzalez

     

    Project Wisdom Words 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!

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

      Wednesday,  March 13th, 2019

     

    Attention students!  This Thursday, 3/14, is Pi Day!  You will have the opportunity to throw pie at some of your favorite teachers during lunch!  Bring $3 and practice your aim

    “Juniors and Seniors, prom is just on the horizon! We will be having a FLASH SALE for prom entry beginning after spring break. Entry will be starting at $45 a person and WILL go up!! Don’t miss out!”

    Attention All Students

    Earbuds need to be taken out in the lunch line. In order to get lunch or buy snacks you must “take 1 out”. Take your earbuds out. If you can’t hear us, we can’t help you. Please show respect and “take 1 out”.

     

    Seniors—Do you need to raise your SAT score for Bright Futures Scholarship eligibility? If so, sign up to take the School Day SAT on April 9th. There is no charge for students who need to increase their Bright Futures scores. Sign-up by March 27th outside Ms. Bedell’s office.

    Next year’s juniors and seniors,

    Are you interested in on the job training or an apprenticeship program during the school day? Are you caught up on your course requirements and a responsible student? Please sign up to see Ms. Bedell to discuss your program of interest, and let your counselor know when you meet to discuss your course request sheets.

    Students….Are you interested in a career in healthcare?  Would you like to spend a fun week exploring a variety of health professions at your local hospital?  AHEC is offering a Health Careers camp this summer. Act fast because they only take 5 students. Also, this camp is only for students that have never attended. If you are interested, please Nurse Shannon for an application. 

     

    Happy Birthday to the following:

    Elvin Manuel Espana

    Carlos Ariate Magdaong

     

    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’s worth the effort because the price of hanging on to jealousy may be losing friendships, losing self-respect, or even getting into trouble.

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

     Tuesday,  March 12th, 2019

     

    The softball team defeated LaSalle in a conference game last night 16 - 0 on the road!  The team moves to 8-1 overall and 6-0 Conference.  Tomorrow the Canes take on Carrollton 4 pm on the road in a non-conference match-up!  Revenge time!!!

    Coral Shores tennis match against LaSalle:

    Stephen Franks and Evan Tiedemann won their doubles match 9-7

    Harmony Holmquist won her singles match 8-4.

    Joey Lombardo won his singles match 8-5.

    Great job Canes!

    “Attention, Science National Honor Society, there will be a meeting tomorrow in Room 4-205 at 7 am”

    Attention students!  This Thursday, 3/14, is Pi Day!  You will have the opportunity to throw pie at some of your favorite teachers during lunch!  Bring $3 and practice your aim

    Juniors and Seniors, prom is just on the horizon! We will be having a FLASH SALE for prom entry beginning after spring break. Entry will be starting at $45 a person and WILL go up!! Don’t miss out!

    Attention All Students:

    Earbuds need to be taken out in the lunch line. In order to get lunch or buy snacks you must “take 1 out”. Take your earbuds out. If you can’t hear us, we can’t help you. Please show respect and “take 1 out”.

     

    Congratulations to Robbie Prosek and Tim Orr for being selected to the Monroe County All County Basketball Team.

    Congratulations to the following students who earned certifications on Friday:

     

    Brandon Harrison and Miguel Quesada got Microsoft Technical Associate certifications in Python and earned $100 each from Monroe Compute$.

     

    Laira Gomer earned her Microsoft Word Expert certification,

     

    Nathaniel Pontefract, Xander Ward and Jen Setchell earned their Microsoft Office Specialist Certifications and earned $300 each, and

     

    Zareska Mazola Ortega and Jared Trout earned their Word certs.

     

    Congratulations to these hard workers and a special shout out to Ms. Signorelli, Ms. Mona and Mr. Funk for their help in testing!

    Students….Are you interested in a career in healthcare?  Would you like to spend a fun week exploring a variety of health professions at your local hospital?  AHEC is offering a Health Careers camp this summer. Act fast because they only take 5 students. Also, this camp is only for students that have never attended. If you are interested, please Nurse Shannon for an application. 

    Seniors!!!

    Grad Bash is almost here!!!!

    Your final payment of $30 is due to Mrs. Rife or Mrs. Liz no later than March 13th!!

    Upon Final Payment, Those student who paid before Winter Break, will have the opportunity to choose their bus. If your payment is not received by March 13th you forfeit your ticket to Grad Bash.

    ** Open Gym for Volleyball will be Today March 12th – set up 3:00- see you there.

     

     

    Happy Birthday to the following:

    Erik Eriksen

    Ryleigh Zebendon

    Noemi Quezada

    Naya Oceana Gross

     

    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! Monday,

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Monday,  March 11th, 2019

     

    The Lady Canes dominated Palmer Trinity Friday night 22 to 0 in softball. Today the softball team travels to play LaSalle. Good luck ladies and Go Canes!

    Reminder: Course request sheets are past due.  You must turn in a completed course request sheet to be seen by a counselor.  Students who do not turn in their course request sheets will have their courses chosen for them!

    Attention students!  This Thursday, 3/14, is Pi Day!  You will have the opportunity to throw pie at some of your favorite teachers during lunch!  Bring $3 and practice your aim

    Next year’s juniors and seniors,

    Are you interested in on the job training or an apprenticeship program during the school day? Are you caught up on your course requirements and a responsible student? Please sign up to see Ms. Bedell to discuss your program of interest, and let your counselor know when you meet to discuss your course request sheets.

     

    Congratulations to the following students who earned their Adobe Certified Associate certification by passing the test in Premiere Pro!

    Lindsay Stagnitto

    Jaffet Gallardo

    Peter Reinoso

    Kristina Alvarez

    Hunter Prew

    They will receive one hundred dollars from Monroe Computes!  Keep up the great work Digital Productions!

     

    Seniors .Your group picture will be taken today March 11th. Please wear red and report to the courtyard at approximately 1:35 pm right after sixth period ends. You will report to class right after picture is taken. Thank you.

    Students….Are you interested in a career in healthcare?  Would you like to spend a fun week exploring a variety of health professions at your local hospital?  AHEC is offering a Health Careers camp this summer. Act fast because they only take 5 students. Also, this camp is only for students that have never attended. If you are interested, please Nurse Shannon for an application. 

    Seniors!!!

    Grad Bash is almost here!!!!

    Your final payment of $30 is due to Mrs. Rife or Mrs. Liz no later than March 13th!!

    Upon Final Payment, Those student who paid before Winter Break, will have the opportunity to choose their bus. If your payment is not received by March 13th you forfeit your ticket to Grad Bash.

    ** Open Gym for Volleyball will be Tuesday March 12th – set up 3:00- see you there.

     

     

    Happy Birthday to Titus Hale Rennie

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day

     

    A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; An optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty

    Which way do you tend to be? Do you expect the best or the worst?

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday, March 8th, 2019

     

    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 4204.

    Seniors:  Your group picture will be taken on Monday March 11th. Please wear red and report to the courtyard at approximately 1:35 pm right after sixth period ends. You will report to class after picture is taken. Thank you.

    Come out and cheer on the following teams today:

    Varsity Baseball plays home at founders park vs. Westminster Christian at 3:30 pm

    Girls Varsity Lacrosse plays Home vs. Palmer Trinity at 5pm

    Varsity Softball plays home vs. Palmer Trinity at 6:30 pm

     

    The Lady Canes were victorious last night against undefeated Colonial Christian. The ladies won 17-2! Come out tonight and watch the Canes take on Palmer Trinity at 6:30. Go Canes!!

    Students….Are you interested in a career in healthcare?  Would you like to spend a fun week exploring a variety of health professions at your local hospital?  AHEC is offering a Health Careers camp this summer. Act fast because they only take 5 students. Also, this camp is only for students that have never attended. If you are interested, please Nurse Shannon for an application. 

    SENIORS! Please look at scholarship listings and deadline dates that are starting to approach!

    Mrs. Harris will be available any day if you have 1st or 7th period off for help with filling out scholarship papers…If you do not have a period off, sign up to see me on my door, or come by at lunch! There is money for ALL TYPES of students- not just 4 yr universities!!!

     

    If you missed the last ASVAB, please let me know. I am trying to get one more test administration here in the next few weeks for anyone in 10th -12th who missed the exam.

    You or Your teacher can email me your name, or you can come to my office and sign up!

     

    Seniors!!!

    Grad Bash is almost here!!!!

    Your final payment of $30 is due to Mrs. Rife or Mrs. Liz no later than March 13th!!

    Upon Final Payment, Those student who paid before Winter Break, will have the opportunity to choose their bus. If your payment is not received by March 13th you forfeit your ticket to Grad Bash.

    ** Open Gym for Volleyball will be Tuesday March 12th – set up 3:00- see you there.

     

     

    Attention All Students

    Earbuds need to be taken out in the lunch line. In order to get lunch or buy snacks you must “take 1 out”. Take your earbuds out. If you can’t hear us, we can’t help you. Please show respect and “take 1 out”.

     

     

     

    Happy Birthday to the following:

     

    Evelyse Hernandez Infante

    Brianna Carratala

    Madeline Jane Langley

     

    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.”

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

     March 5th, 2019

     

    Pbis will be hosting a Wii gaming and pizza party on Wednesday, March 6th during your lunch in the media conference room--

    From the Random Acts of Kindness list and doing the right thing we will randomly be selecting 5 students today through Tuesday to join the FUN!

     

    Seniors—Do you need to raise your SAT score for Bright Futures Scholarship eligibility? If so, sign up to take the School Day SAT on April 9th. There is no charge for students who need to increase their Bright Futures scores. Sign-up by March 27th outside Ms. Bedell’s office.

     

    Brianna Rich

    Maggie Duckworth

    Vincent Biondoletti

    Anjelica Velizaroff

    Brian Miller

     

     

    This year’s Academic Challenge Team needs to report after school this WEDNESDAY, March 6 to the stairwell by the cafeteria for just 5-10 minutes to get a picture for the yearbook. Wear any Coral Shores T-shirt.

     

    Students….Are you interested in a career in health care?  Would you like to spend a fun week exploring a variety of health professions at your local hospital?  AHEC is offering a Health Careers camp this summer. Act fast because they only take 5 students. Also, this camp is only for students that have never attended . If you are interested please Nurse Shannon for an application. 

    “Having trouble in your science class?  Do you need some free science tutoring?

    Science National Honor Society is here to help.  Drop by Mondays and Wednesdays (b lunch for now) in Room 4-205 “

     

    Seniors!!!

    Grad Bash is almost here!!!!

    Your final payment of $30 is due to Mrs. Rife or Mrs. Liz no later than March 13th!!

    Upon Final Payment, Those student who paid before Winter Break, will have the opportunity to choose their bus. If your payment is not received by March 13th you forfeit your ticket to Grad Bash.

    Please remember to purchase your yearbook. The price is still $65 and will be going up to $75 on March 16th.Come by the office and see Miss Mona or go online to yearbookforever.com to purchase.

    Attention Seniors who have had Digital Productions:  This is the last call to purchase a stole for graduation.  See Mrs. Thiery by Thursday.

    Happy Birthday to the following cane:

     

    Julio Sesar Duran

     

     

    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!!!

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

                                          March 4th, 2019

     

    Pbis will be hosting a Wii gaming and pizza party on Wednesday, March 6th during your lunch in the media conference room--

    From the Random Acts of Kindness list and doing the right thing we will randomly be selecting 5 students today through Tuesday to join the FUN!

     

    Alaina Murphy

    Timothy White

    Sheila Alvarez

    Luke Webb

    Alexandra Hardison

     

    This year’s Academic Challenge Team needs to report after school this WEDNESDAY, March 6 to the stairwell by the cafeteria for just 5-10 minutes to get a picture for the yearbook. Wear any Coral Shores t-shirt.

     

     

    Interact students need to wear their club shirt tomorrow for the meeting. We will have our club pics at that time. Room 4-103

     

    The girls’ softball team defeated LaSalle 16-6 on Friday afternoon. They are now 4 and 1 for the season. Tomorrow the Lady Canes travel to play Miami Country Day school. Good luck ladies! Go Canes!

     

    Seniors!!!

    Grad Bash is almost here!!!!

    Your final payment of $30 is due to Mrs. Rife or Mrs. Liz no later than March 13th!!

    Upon Final Payment, Those student who paid before Winter Break, will have the opportunity to choose their bus. If your payment is not received by March 13th you forfeit your ticket to Grad Bash.

     

    Please remember to purchase your yearbook. The price is still $65 and will be going up to $75 on March 16th.Come by the office and see Miss Mona or go online to yearbookforever.com to purchase.

     

    Happy Birthday to Brayan Rojas Ramon

    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

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    March 1st, 2019

     

    PBIS will be hosting a Wii gaming and pizza party on Wednesday, March 6th during your lunch in the media conference room--

    From the Random Acts of Kindness list and doing the right thing we will randomly be selecting 5 students today through Tuesday to join the FUN!

     

    1.         Susan Kendall

    2.         Teressa Kent

    3.         Tomisha Caldwell

    4.         Jordan Saylor

    5.         Amore Mowery

    Please come out and support our Varsity Baseball team this Friday 3/1 for their second home game at 7pm.  The canes will be playing Everglades prep.  There is no charge for baseball games all home baseball

     games take place at Founders Park.  And there is usually a great concession stand selling hamburgers, hotdogs, chips, drinks and snacks.

     

    Come out and support the Girl’s Softball Team today at 4:00! Go Canes!!

    In girls tennis, Marley Cakans, Lauren Fundyk and Harmony Holmquist defeated St. Brendan’s yesterday at our home match.  R. J. Lindback, Stephen Franks and Evan Tiedemann also had wins against St. Brendan finishing with Bernardo Burga and R. J. Lindback winning boys doubles.

     

    This year’s Academic Challenge Team needs to report after school NEXT WEDNESDAY, March 6 to the stairwell by the cafeteria for just 5-10 minutes to get a picture for the yearbook. Wear any Coral shores t-shirt.

     

    The Elks Club needs volunteers for a concert this Friday, March 1st from 5:00-9:00pm . across the street from Dairy Queen. ONLY SENIORS WHO HAVE VOLUNTEERED FOR THEM CAN APPLY FOR THEIR SCHOLARSHIPS!

     

    The junior class is holding a car wash this weekend at Mangrove Mike’s from 9am-1pm.    Please see Nola Frank or Jena Jones to sign up for community service hours.

     

     

    Boys Lacrosse – will be leaving at 1:30. Please be by the bus loop at 1:30.

     

    Seniors!!!

    Grad Bash is almost here!!!!

    Your final payment of $30 is due to Mrs. Rife or Mrs. Liz no later than March 13th!!

    Upon Final Payment, Those student who paid before Winter Break, will have the opportunity to choose their bus.

     

    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.

     

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

     February 28th, 2019

     

    Congratulations to Bernardo Burga—he will represent Coral Shores as the Sunshine State Scholar this year! Honorable mention also goes to the following students who met eligibility for this recognition--Jason Castillo, Luke Gutierrez, Lauren Hack, Ella Marsden, and Colton Snodgrass.

    Pbis will be hosting a Wii gaming and pizza party on Wednesday, March 6th during your lunch in the media conference room--

    From the Random Acts of Kindness list and doing the right thing we will randomly be selecting 5 students today through Tuesday to join the FUN!

     

    1.         Susan Kendall

    2.         Teressa Kent

    3.         Tomisha Caldwell

    4.         Jordan Saylor

    5.         Amore Mowery

    Please come out and support our Varsity Baseball team this Friday 3/1 for their second home game at 7pm.  The canes will be playing Everglades Prep.  There is no charge for baseball games.  All home baseball  games take place at Founders Park.  And there is usually a great concession stand selling hamburgers, hotdogs, chips, drinks and snacks.

     

     

    This year’s Academic Challenge Team needs to report after school NEXT WEDNESDAY, March 6 to the stairwell by the cafeteria for just 5-10 minutes to get a picture for the yearbook. Wear any Coral Shores Tshirt.

     

    Spring Football is quickly approaching those who are interested in playing please stop by the trainers office and pick up a physical packet.

     

    Also the weight will be open Monday - Thursday for all football player. Please meet Coach Bryant on the Track by 2:50pm

    The Elks Club needs volunteers for a concert this Friday, March 1st, from 5:00-9:00pm . across the street from Dairy Queen. ONLY SENIORS WHO HAVE VOLUNTEERED FOR THEM CAN APPLY FOR THEIR SCHOLARSHIPS!

     

    The junior class is holding a car wash this weekend at Mangrove Mike’s from 9am-1pm.    Please see Nola Frank or Jena Jones to sign up for community service hours.

     

     

     

    Happy Birthday to the following Cane:

     

    Marcus Andreas Salvidar

     

     

    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.

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcement

    February 27th, 2019

     

    Congratulations to Bernardo Burga—he will represent Coral Shores as the Sunshine State Scholar this year! Honorable mention also goes to the following students who met eligibility for this recognition--Jason Castillo, Luke Gutierrez, Lauren Hack, Ella Marsden, and Colton Snodgrass.

    Seniors-Do you need to raise your SAT score for Bright Futures Scholarship eligibility? If so, sign up to take the School Day SAT on April 9th. There is no charge for students who need to increase their Bright Futures scores. Sign-up by March 27th outside Ms. Bedell’s office.

     

    Pbis will be hosting a Wii gaming and pizza party on Wednesday, March 6th during your lunch in the media conference room--

    From the Random Acts of Kindness list and doing the right thing we will randomly be selecting 5 students today through Tuesday to join the FUN!

     

    1.  Deanna Green

    2.  Samantha Bailor

    3.  Dominick Holcomb

    4.  David Jensen

    5.  Erica Moses

     

    The softball team is off to a good start this season  - sitting at 3 WINS - 1 Loss

     

    The Team got a BIG  win last night defeating  a very good Miami Southridge team 4-2 in 7 innings

     

    Come support your  Canes this Friday at home for a big game against conference opponent LaSalle!!

     

    Game time has been changed to 4 pm

     

    Coral Shores Girls Track team vs Carrollton yesterday was a very close meet with Coral shores winning by 3 points. Coral Shores 64 points and Carrollton 61.

    Outstanding performers:

    Ashley Hilson - 1st place in the 1600meter and the High Jump

    Caroline Althouse - 1st place in the 400meters

    Riley Dobson - 1st place in the Discus and the Shot put

    Awesome job Canes !!!

    The boys Lacrosse game is today and is now a home game.  The canes host Florida Christian at 5pm

    Please come out and support our Varsity Baseball team this Friday 3/1 for their second home game at 7pm.  The canes will be playing Everglades prep.  There is no charge for baseball games all home baseball

     games take place at Founders Park.  And there is usually a great concession stand selling hamburgers, hotdogs, chips, drinks and snacks.

     

    REMINDER for SENIORS who do NOT have a first period. If you are signed up for the ASVAB Military Exam, you must arrive straight to the PAC at 7:45am/.

    All other testers will get a pass in their first period class Thursday morning. You will be testing from 8-11am, same release day as the rest of the school for early release!

     

     

    This year’s Academic Challenge Team needs to report after school NEXT WEDNESDAY, March 6 to the stairwell by the cafeteria for just 5-10 minutes to get a picture for the yearbook. Wear any Coral shores t-shirt.

     

    Spring Football is quickly approaching those who are interested in playing please stop by the trainers office and pick up a physical packet.

     

    Also the weight will be open Monday - Thursday for all football player. Please meet Coach Bryant on the Track by 2:50pm

    Last chance to sign up to take the ASVAB Military Entrance Exam that will be given this Thursday during the school day . The test is free for 10-12th graders. Sign up with Ms. Harris or just add your name on the list posted on the bulletin board

    The Elks Club needs volunteers for a concert this Friday, March 1st from 5:00-9:00pm . across the street from Dairy Queen. ONLY SENIORS WHO HAVE VOLUNTEERED FOR THEM CAN APPLY FOR THEIR SCHOLARSHIPS!

     

    The junior class is holding a car wash this weekend at Mangrove Mike’s from 9am-1pm.    Please see Nola Frank or Jena Jones to sign up for community service hours.

     

     

     

    Happy Birthday to the following Cane:

     

    Peter Reinoso

     

     

    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 Showtime, 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!

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    February 26, 2019

     

    Coral Shores will be hosting another blood drive on Friday March 1st.   If you are at least 16 and would like to donate blood, please see Ms. Rosenow to sign up.  

     

    Today after school class officers, student government officers and Math club will be meeting in Miss Wischmeier’s room for yearbook photos. Please wear your math club shirt and officers either wear your class shirt or leadership polo.

    The boys lacrosse game scheduled away this Wednesday 2/27 is now a home game.  The  Canes host Florida Christian at 5 pm.

    Last night the Lady Canes softball team lost to Carollton at the end of ten long innings!  Today they are away....go Canes!!

    Volleyball picture cancelled today.Attention Science National Honor Society Members, there will be a meeting tomorrow Wednesday morning at 7:00 in Room 4-205. Please remember to bring money for your fee

     

    Please come out and support our Varsity Baseball team this Friday 3/1 for their second home game at 7pm.  The canes will be playing Everglades prep.  There is no charge for baseball games all home baseball

     games take place at Founders Park.  And there is usually a great concession stand selling hamburgers, hotdogs, chips, drinks and snacks.

     

    REMINDER for SENIORS who do NOT have a first period. If you are signed up for the ASVAB Military Exam, you must arrive straight to the PAC at 7:45am/.

    All other testers will get a pass in their first period class Thursday morning. You will be testing from 8-11am, same release day as the rest of the school for early release!

     

    This year’s Academic Challenge Team needs to report after school NEXT WEDNESDAY, March 6 to the stairwell by the cafeteria for just 5-10 minutes to get a picture for the yearbook. Wear any Coral Shores T-shirt.

     

    There are many transcripts in the front office never picked up by seniors who have ordered them. Many of them have been sitting there over 2 months. Don’t forget if you order transcripts, you have to also pick them up ! These directions are in big bold writing on the request form.

    All Volleyball players from this years team need to report to Coach Ets-Hokin’s room on Wednesday directly afterschool for a team photo. Also, please bring your paperwork for Community Service hours.

    Spring Football is quickly approaching those who are interested in playing please stop by the trainers office and pick up a physical packet.

     

    Also the weight will be open Monday - Thursday for all football player. Please meet Coach Bryant on the Track by 2:50pm

    Last chance to sign up to take the ASVAB Military Entrance Exam that will be given this Thursday during the school day . The test is free for 10-12th graders. Sign up with Ms. Harris or just add your name on the list posted on the bulletin board

    The Elks Club needs volunteers for a concert this Friday, March 1st from 5:00-9:00pm . across the street from Dairy Queen. ONLY SENIORS WHO HAVE VOLUNTEERED FOR THEM CAN APPLY FOR THEIR SCHOLARSHIPS!

     

    The junior class is holding a car wash this weekend at Mangrove Mike’s from 9am-1pm.    Please see Nola Frank or Jena Jones to sign up for community service hours.

     

    Please remember to purchase your yearbook. The price is still $65 and will be going up soon. Come by the office and see Miss Mona or go online to yearbookforever.com to purchase

     

     

    Happy Birthday to the following Canes:

     

    Sandra Patricia Delgado Salas

    Logan James Stewart

    Yaxel Jesus Valladares

    Jaffett Gallardo-Paguaga

    Joshua Nathaniel Jones

     

     

     

    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.

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

     February 25, 2019

     

    Coral Shores will be hosting another blood drive on Friday March 1st.   If you are at least 16 and would like to donate blood, please see Ms. Rosenow to sign up.  

     

    Coral Shores Wrestling team placed 3rd overall,  with Austin Tudor taking 2nd place and Vincent Biondoletti is the Monroe County District Champion and will go on to compete at regionals!

    Way to go Canes!

    All Volleyball players from this years team need to report to Coach Ets-Hokin’s room on Wednesday directly afterschool for a team photo. Also, please bring your paperwork for Community Service hours.

    Spring Football is quickly approaching those who are interested in playing please stop by the trainers office and pick up a physical packet.

     

    Also the weight will be open Monday - Thursday for all football player. Please meet Coach Bryant on the Track by 2:50pm

    “The girls’ softball team played two games last week. They played at home Thursday and defeated Mater academy. On Friday they traveled to play S.L.A.M.  and defeated them 19 to zero. The Lady Canes are 2 and 0 for the season. They play today at home against Carrolton at 5:00pm.  Please come out and support the team!

    Last chance to sign up to take the ASVAB Military Entrance Exam that will be given this Thursday during the school day . The test is free for 10-12th graders. Sign up with Ms. Harris or just add your name on the list posted on the bulletin board

    The Elks Club needs volunteers for a concert this Friday, March 1st from 5:00-9:00pm . across the street from Dairy Queen. ONLY SENIORS WHO HAVE VOLUNTEERED FOR THEM CAN APPLY FOR THEIR SCHOLARSHIPS!

     

    The junior class is holding a car wash this weekend at Mangrove Mike’s from 9am-1pm.    Please see Nola Frank or Jena Jones to sign up for community service hours.

     

    Both boys and girls Canes pulled off great wins in their tennis match against Key West. Katie Robinson and Marlie Cakans had a comeback in their doubles match with a win of 8-6.  Bernardo Burga, R.J. Lindback, Stephen Franks, Joey Lombardo, Evan Tiedemann and Alex Sternberg had wins across the board.  Harmony Holmquist, Hannah Prescher, Mia Harris and Emma Kost all came away with wins against the Key West girl’s tennis team. Congratulations!

     

    Please remember to purchase your yearbook. The price is still $65 and will be going up soon. Come by the office and see Miss Mona or go online to yearbookforever.com to purchase

    Seniors!!!

    Grad Bash is almost here!!!!

    Your final payment of $30 is due to Mrs. Rife or Mrs. Liz no later than March 13th!!

    Upon Final Payment, Those student who paid before Winter Break, will have the opportunity to choose their bus.

    Track meet tomorrow vs St. Brendan / Carrollton / Pace starting at 3:15pm here at Coral Shores. Student volunteers needed to help with the track meet and you can receive community service hours.

    Go Canes!!

    Happy Birthday to the following canes!!

     

    Kevin Rigoberto Robles

    Daniel Weisberger

    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…

     

     

     

      

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

      February 22nd, 2019

     

    Coral Shores will be hosting another blood drive on Friday March 1st.   If you are at least 16 and would like to donate blood, please see Ms. Rosenow to sign up.  

     

    Please remember to purchase your yearbook. The price is still $65 and will be going up soon. Come by the office and see Miss Mona or go online to yearbookforever.com to purchase

    Students that are working at the Gigantic Nautical Flea Market this weekend should have received a notice this week, indicating their shift time.  Please read the notice carefully and remember to wear your hair back and bring plenty of sunblock.  Shutttle buses start leaving Coral Shores at 7:30 AM so plan your transportation accordingly.  See Mr. Hurst or Mrs. Wischmeier if you have any questions. 

     

    Thank you!

    Congratulations to the boys weightlifters who competed against Marathon at home last night. Yoendry Ferro and Jack Lindsey hit a 10 lb PR on their Clean and Jerks.  Victor Calderon and Kevin Markevitch both hit 15lb PR on their Clean and Jerks. A big congratulations to Juan Villalobos- Perez who clean and jerked 200lbs which was a 20lb PR! Thank you for all who came out in support for the boys!

     

    All Volleyball players need to meet with Coach Ets-Hokin today in her classroom afterschool

    Seniors!!!

    Grad Bash is almost here!!!!

    Your final payment of $30 is due to Mrs. Rife or Mrs. Liz no later than March 13th!!

    Upon Final Payment, Those student who paid before Winter Break, will have the opportunity to choose their bus.

    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!

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    February 21, 2019

     

    Coral Shores will be hosting another blood drive on Friday March 1st.   If you are at least 16 and would like to donate blood, please see Ms. Rosenow to sign up.  

     

    Congratulations to Linda Britton! She is the Islamorada Chamber Teacher of the Quarter.

     

    Congratulations to Irevi Troncoso, the District Support Person of the Year. Thank you for all do!

    Please remember to purchase your yearbook. The price is still $65 and will be going up soon. Come by the office and see Miss Mona or go online to yearbookforever.com to purchase

    All Volleyball players need to meet with Coach Ets-Hokin on Friday in her classroom afterschool

    The Masonic Lodge (which gives senior scholarships!) is in need of volunteers. Please check the main bulletin board downstairs for details. Take a pic, it will last longer!

    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!

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    February 20, 2019

     

    Seniors!!!

    Grad Bash is almost here!!!!

    Your final payment of $30 is due to Mrs. Rife or Mrs. Liz no later than March 13th!!

    Upon Final Payment, Those student who paid before Winter Break, will have the opportunity to choose their bus.

     

    Coral Shores will be hosting another blood drive on Friday March 1st.   If you are at least 16 and would like to donate blood, please see Ms. Rosenow to sign up.  

     

    All Volleyball players need to meet with Coach Ets-Hokin on Friday in her classroom after school.

    The Masonic Lodge (which gives senior scholarships!) is in need of volunteers. Please check the main bulletin board downstairs for details. Take a pic, it will last longer!

     

    Happy Birthday to the following Canes:

     Daniel Jones

    Alexandra Hardison

    Devin Patrick Crossen

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

     

    Making Choices

     

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

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

      February 19th, 2019

     

    Congratulations to the following standout Coral Shores students who certified in Microsoft or Adobe last week:

     

    Miguel Quesada aced two Microsoft Technology Associate tests in the same day and now has 6 of the 12 certifications,

     

    Shennan Kasprzak earned his first MTA certificate,

     

    Alain Rodriguez-Diaz passed his Excel test to earn $400,

     

    Madeline Langley passed her fifth Adobe Certified Associate exam in Dreamweaver,

     

    Anna Langley passed her third ACA exam in InDesign,

     

    Berardo Burga  and Jane Nason passed their  Word Expert exams,

     

    Mabel Martinez & Hailey Pacyna passed Word, 

     

    and  Anna Reckwerdt, Zareska Mazola-Ortega and Evan Tiedemann all passed PowerPoint.  Great job Canes!

    Coral Shores will be hosting another blood drive on Friday March 1st.   If you are at least 16 and would like to donate blood, please see Ms. Rosenow to sign up.  

     

    Track Meet today vs Marathon is Cancelled due to transportation issues. We still have practice after school.

    The Masonic Lodge (which gives senior scholarships!) is in need of volunteers. Please check the main bulletin board downstairs for details. Take a pic, it will last longer!

    Happy Birthday to the following;

     

    Dominic Montgomery Austin

    Skylar Grayson Poisson-Zettwoch

    Hunter Alanhoward Prew

    Kylie Prew

    Rebecca Allison Shefield

     

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day

     

    Great Minds

    Great minds discuss ideas; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people.

    Words of Eleanor Roosevelt

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    February 15th, 2019

     

    Seniors!!!

    Grad Bash is almost here!!!!

    Your final payment of $30 is due to Mrs. Rife or Mrs. Liz no later than March 13th!!

    Upon Final Payment, Those student who paid before Winter Break, will have the opportunity to choose their bus.

    “ATTENTION Science National Honor Society. Tuesday’s morning meeting has been cancelled!”

     

    Congratulations to Benjamin O’Connor and Jack Munafo who earned their Adobe Certified Associate certification by passing the test in Premiere Pro.  They will receive one hundred dollars from Monroe Computes!  Keep up the great work Digital Productions!

     

    Happy Birthday to the following Canes.

     

    Jacqueline Cay Oshaben

    Bridget Shea Rader

    Natalie Lane Rader

    Dhyan Dennys Herzberg

     

    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.

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    February 14th, 2019

     

    Attention JUNIOR BOYS!

    •           There is a Boy’s State Leadership Conference this summer, held at Florida State University. It is all expense paid trip, you live inj FSU dorms for a week, free meals and free transportation on a chartered bus to Tallahassee! to learn about the legislative process. VERY esteemed program, well respected around the United States!

    •           You MUST pick up the application materials and follow through with this out of school sponsored program. Deadline to apply is this Friday. Come see Ms. Harris and I will give you the packet.

     

    Happy Birthday to the following:

    Luis Jair Jauregui

    Tomisha Jaliyah Caldwell

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day

     

    The best thing you can do for yourself and your future is to work hard in the classroom!

    Set Goals and Crush Them!

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    February 13th, 2019

     

    Attention JUNIOR BOYS!

    •           There is a Boy’s State Leadership Conference this summer, held at Florida State University. It is all expense paid trip, you live inj FSU dorms for a week, free meals and free transportation on a chartered bus to Tallahassee! to learn about the legislative process. VERY esteemed program, well respected around the United States!

    •           You MUST pick up the application materials and follow through with this out of school sponsored program. Deadline to apply is this Friday. Come see Ms. Harris and I will give you the packet.

     

    Congratulations to the Boys and Girls Track team yesterday against Marathon. Coral Shores Girls score was 107 to Marathon 18 points. Coral Shores Boys score was 68 to Marathon 35.

    Outstanding Performers:1st place

    Girls

    Natalie Rader

    Taniyah Cooper

    Ashley Hilson

    Caroline Althouse

    Riley Dobson

    Krista Black

    4x800 Relay team

    4x100 Relay team

    Boys

    Willem Godtel

    Chris Cooper

    Cody Brower

    Tyler Court

    Dyhan Herzberg

    4x800 Relay team

    4x100 Relay team

    Great job Go canes !!!!

    Happy Birthday to Israel Duran

    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.

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

     February 12th, 2019

     

    Help UNICEF raise money for emergency natural disaster relief! You can purchase a candy gram for $1 during A or B lunch or you can contact Kyla Catarineau, Isabella Bolivar, Mia Ruiz, or Jessica Koval. The Candy Grams will be passed out on valentine’s day. Your dollar can help save a life.

                                                             Home Track Meet today

     

    Coral Shores vs Marathon at 3pm field events start and the running events start at 4:00pm.

    Need volunteers to help with the field and running events. Thank you Go Canes!!!

     

    Yesterday, the Boys Weightlifting Team hosted Marathon and Gulliver in their second meet of the season. Juan Villalobos-Perez hit a 40 pound PR on his Bench Press and a 25 pound PR on his Clean and Jerk. Lucas Dennis and Yoendry Ferro both hit 15 pound PRs on their clean and jerks and Kevin Markevitch hit a 5 pound PR on his Clean and Jerk. Gage Dennis hit a 15 pound PR on his Bench Press and Matthew Hardison hit 10 pound PRs on both his lifts.  All the boys did an amazing job! The next meet is Feb 21st at 3:30pm, come support your boys weightlifting team!

     

    Please remember to purchase your yearbook. The price is still $65 and will be going up on Tuesday February 19th.Come by the office and see Miss Mona or go online to yearbookforever.com to purchase.

    Happy Birthday to

    James Hernandez Warrington

    Shane Hamilton

     

    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.

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

     February 11th, 2019

     

    Help UNICEF raise money for emergency natural disaster relief! You can purchase a candy gram for $1 during A or B lunch or you can contact Kyla Catarineau, Isabella Bolivar, Mia Ruiz, or Jessica Koval. The Candy Grams will be passed out on Valentine’s Day. Your dollar can help save a life.

     

    Attention Science National Honor Society Members:  This is a reminder that we have our special tour of the  Wild Bird Sanctuary at 3:00 pm today. Please car pool and be prompt.

     

    Please remember to purchase your yearbook. The price is still $65 and will be going up on Tuesday February 19th.Come by the office and see Miss Mona or go online to yearbookforever.com to purchase.

     

    Seniors!!!

    Grad Bash is almost here!!!!

    Your final payment of $30 is due to Mrs. Rife or Mrs. Liz no later than March 13th!!

    Upon Final Payment, Those student who paid before Winter Break, will have the opportunity to choose their bus.

    Happy Birthday to the following cane;

     

    Irina Elise Gonzalez

    Natalie Reagan Mc Cormick

    Lucia Rodriguez

    Emma K  Kost

    Eliza Nevaeh Schafstall

     

     

    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!

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

     February 8th, 2019

     

    Help UNICEF raise money for emergency natural disaster relief! You can purchase a candy gram for $1 during A or B lunch or you can contact Kyla Catarineau, Isabella Bolivar, Mia Ruiz, or Jessica Koval. The Candy Grams will be passed out on Valentine’s Day. Your dollar can help save a life.

     

    Please remember to purchase your yearbook. The price is still $65 and will be going up soon. Come by the office and see Miss Mona or go online to yearbookforever.com to purchase.

     

    Coral Shores Varsity Boys basketball closed their season last night with their third straight win as they spoiled IMater Academy’s Senior night by handing them an 80-63 defeat in Hialeah. 

     

    Tim Orr dominated in the points scoring 28 points and adding 14 rebounds while Alberto Rodriguez hit five out of six three pointers and added 20 points.  Valente Reynoso-Heyton played his best game of the season for the Canes helping beat the Knights press and scoring 6 points while collecting 11 rebounds.  Sophomore Point Guard Mario Menendez also had a huge game for Coral Shores with 11 assists and 4 steals.  Congratulations to the team on a great season.  

     

    Students taking the ACT this Saturday should report to the Wrenn Street entrance of the media center at 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.

     

    Happy Birthday to Aliyah Ebony Evans

     

     

     

     

    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.

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    February 6th, 2019

     

    Please remember to purchase your yearbook. The price is still $65 and will be going up soon. Come by the office and see Miss Mona or go online to yearbookforever.com to purchase.

     

    Come “pack the gym” for the Lady Canes basketball playoff game today against rival Key West at 3:30.  It is free for students!!

     

    Students taking the ACT this Saturday should report to the Wrenn Street entrance of the media center at 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.

     

     

    Any grade level student, male or female, interested in being  in the Fire Explorers program should show up at Founder’s Park Fire Station today.

    Orientation will begin at  5:30pm ! 9th-12th graders are welcome.

    They will only accept 14 students, so please try to attend if you are interested.

    This is “the real deal” not a kiddie program..,. you will get trained and go on fire calls after sufficient training.

    Great opportunity!

    Happy Birthday to 

    Cassandra Lee Willis

     

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day

    Doing Ones Best

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

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    February 5th, 2019

     

    Please remember to purchase your yearbook. The price is still $65 and will be going up soon. Come by the office and see Miss Mona or go online to yearbookforever.com to purchase.

    Come “pack the gym” for the Lady Canes basketball playoff game this Wednesday against rival Key West at 3:30.  It is free for students!!

     

    Any grade level student, male or female, interested in being  in the Fire Explorers program should show up at Founder’s Park Fire Station THIS WEDNESDAY .

    Orientation will begin at  5:30pm ! 9th-12th graders are welcome.

    They will only accept 14 students, so please try to attend THIS WEDNESDAY if you are interested.

    This is “the real deal” not a kiddie program..,. you will get trained and go on fire calls after sufficient training.

    Great opportunity!

    Happy Birthday to the following cane;

     Caitlyn Marie Casariego

     

     

    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.

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

     February 4th, 2019

     

    Please remember to purchase your yearbook. The price is still $65 and will be going up soon. Come by the office and see Miss Mona or go online to yearbookforever.com to purchase.

     

    Any grade level student, male or female, interested in being  in the Fire Explorers program should show up at Founder’s Park Fire Station THIS WEDNESDAY .

    Orientation will begin at  5:30pm ! 9th-12th graders are welcome.

    They will only accept 14 students, so please try to attend THIS WEDNESDAY if you are interested.

    This is “the real deal” not a kiddie program..,. you will get trained and go on fire calls after sufficient training.

    Great opportunity!

    Happy Birthday to the following:

     

    Zachary Armesto

    Yoendry Ferro

    Angel Gabriel Gutierrez

     

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day

    Self-Responsibility

    Parents can only give good advice or put their children on the right path, but the final forming of a person’s character lies in their own hands.

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    January 31st, 2019

     

    Please remember to purchase your yearbook. The price is still $65 and will be going up soon. Come by the office and see Miss Mona or go online to yearbookforever.com to purchase.

    If you receive a candy bar for Kindness it is because YOU are appreciated and Pbis wants you to know it!

    Continue to do KIND things---It’s contagious.

     We will be starting a Fire Explorers Program with the Islamorada Fire Department.

    There will be flyers be available next week outside my door or on the main bulletin board if you are interested in joining, especially if you have an interest in going into the Fire fighter or Paramedic field after Graduation.

    Please contact Mikey Hampson as soon as you think you are interested, they are only taking 14 students.

    PS- Mikey graduated from Coral Shores, so he has a real investment in our students.

     

    The first Boys Weightlifting Meet is TODAY at 3:30pm in the Varsity Weight room. Come support the boys as they compete against Marathon. If you are on the team, please meet Coach Hamilton in the PE Classroom immediately after school.

     

    Any student interested in volunteering to work at the Rotary Gigantic Nautical Flea Market should sign up on the posters outside of Mrs. Wischmeier’s room in 4-214.  The flea market is February 23 & 24.  Please check your calendar to see when you are available before signing up for a shift.  This is a great way to earn community service hours.

     

    Coral Shores Varsity Basketball won a hard fought close game against IMater Academy last night at home by a score of 79-76.

     

    Canes big men Tim Orr and Robbie Prosek dominated on the interior with Orr scoring 20 points and Prosek with 16 points for the game.

     

    After a number of lead changes in the second half, the Canes were down by two when Junior guard Jason Castillo put the Canes ahead with a big three point basket.  The Canes then got a key defensive stop before Castillo who finished with a team high 22 points iced the game at the line with two big free throws.

     

    Coral Shores final home basketball game is  Wednesday.  Come out and support the seniors on senior night for their last home games of their careers. 

     

     

    …..It’s time for some fun.  Next week is winter spirit week!   Monday is Mashup Monday:  Freshman dress as babies, Sophomores dress as college kids, Junior dress as adults/professionals and seniors dress as senior citizens.   Then it’s 2 For Tuesday…..dress up as a famous duo with one of your friends or be twinning.  Wake Up Wednesday…wear your pj’s, Trend Thursday…dress as your favorite meme or vine. Hurricane Friday…wear green and gold for the pep rally!

     

    The final deposit for Grad Bash is due today!!! So if you plan on attending Grad Bash you need to see Mrs. Rife in room 4-215 and submit your $100 deposit ASAP.  We will NOT be selling Grad Bash Tickets  after the final deposit deadline!  If you need to pay with a credit card please go by the office and see Mrs. Liz.

    Happy Birthday to the following Cane;

     

    Elise Renee Jordan

     

     

    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!

     

     

     

     

     

                                       

    CSHS Daily Announcements

     Wednesday  January 30th, 2019

     

    Please remember to purchase your yearbook. The price is still $65 and will be going up soon. Come by the office and see Miss Mona or go online to yearbookforever.com to purchase.

    …..It’s time for some fun.  Next week is winter spirit week!   Monday is Mashup Monday:  Freshman dress as babies, Sophomores dress as college kids, Junior dress as adults/professionals and seniors dress as senior citizens.   Then it’s 2 For Tuesday…..dress up as a famous duo with one of your friends or be twinning.  Wake Up Wednesday…wear your pj’s, Trend Thursday…dress as your favorite meme or vine. Hurricane Friday…wear green and gold for the pep rally!

     

    Any student interested in volunteering to work at the Rotary Gigantic Nautical Flea Market should sign up on the posters outside of Mrs. Wischmeier’s room in 4-214.  The flea market is February 23 & 24.  Please check your calendar to see when you are available before signing up for a shift.  This is a great way to earn community service hours.

     

    The final deposit for Grad Bash is January 31st!!! So if you plan on attending Grad Bash you need to see Mrs. Rife in room 4-215 and submit your $100 deposit ASAP.  We will NOT be selling Grad Bash Tickets  after the final deposit deadline!  If you need to pay with a credit card please go by the office and see Mrs. Liz.

    Happy Birthday to the following cane;

     

    Josue Manuel Gamez

    Brayan Calatayud

    Jocelyn Gabriela Solis

     

    Character

     

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

    Thought By Thought ---  Action By Action

     

     

     

     

    Please remember to purchase your yearbook. The price is still $65 and will be going up soon. Come by the office and see Miss Mona or go online to yearbookforever.com to purchase.

    …..It’s time for some fun.  Next week is winter spirit week!   Monday is Mashup Monday:  Freshman dress as babies, Sophomores dress as college kids, Junior dress as adults/professionals and seniors dress as senior citizens.   Then it’s 2 For Tuesday…..dress up as a famous duo with one of your friends or be twinning.  Wake Up Wednesday…wear your pj’s, Trend Thursday…dress as your favorite meme or vine. Hurricane Friday…wear green and gold for the pep rally!

     

    Any student interested in volunteering to work at the Rotary Gigantic Nautical Flea Market should sign up on the posters outside of Mrs. Wischmeier’s room in 4-214.  The flea market is February 23 & 24.  Please check your calendar to see when you are available before signing up for a shift.  This is a great way to earn community service hours.

     

    The final deposit for Grad Bash is January 31st!!! So if you plan on attending Grad Bash you need to see Mrs. Rife in room 4-215 and submit your $100 deposit ASAP.  We will NOT be selling Grad Bash Tickets  after the final deposit deadline!  If you need to pay with a credit card please go by the office and see Mrs. Liz.

    Happy Birthday to the following cane;

     

    Josue Manuel Gamez

    Brayan Calatayud

    Jocelyn Gabriela Solis

     

    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

    Tuesday,  January 29th, 2019

     

    Please remember to purchase your yearbook. The price is still $65 and will be going up soon. Come by the office and see Miss Mona or go online to yearbookforever.com to purchase.

     

    Interact, especially seniors and those that are signing up for The Nautical Flea Market need to attend the meeting after school today.

    Room 4-103 Mrs Kelley.

     

    Listen up because this is an announcement you want to hear!

    The Mr. Legs Scholarship Competition has started for 2019 and your principal is a first time participant in this wonderful cause.

     

    So why are we telling you this….. Because Mr. Fry has a treat in store for each and every one of you!

     

    You will be competing against all 4th period classes to raise the most money for the Mr. Legs Scholarship competition.

     

    The Winning class will receive a pizza Party.

     

    Together as a school if we raise $1000, our principal, Mr. Fry will join in on February’s 8th pep rally in his one of a kind hula outfit.

     

    If we raise $1500, that’s only $2.04 each student needs to bring into their 4th period class, Mr. Fry will provide donuts for the entire student body!

     

    So let’s go Canes and let the best class win!

     

      This is a reminder for all Junior girls participating in the Miss Coral Shores Scholarship Competition.  Please be at the Media Center at 2:35 today to write your essay.   If you have not turned in your paperwork yet please bring it with you.  If you have any questions please see Miss Haddad before the end of school today..

     

    The final deposit for Grad Bash is January 31st!!! So if you plan on attending Grad Bash you need to see Mrs. Rife in room 4-215 and submit your $100 deposit ASAP.  We will NOT be selling Grad Bash Tickets  after the final deposit deadline!  If you need to pay with a credit card please go by the office and see Mrs. Liz.

    Happy Birthday to the following cane;

    Haley Madison De La Torre

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day

    Diversity

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

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Monday, January 28th, 2019

     

    Please remember to purchase your yearbook. The price is still $65 and will be going up soon. Come by the office and see Miss Mona or go online to yearbookforever.com to purchase.

     Boys weightlifting has practice today and tomorrow after school. All boys wanting to compete this week must be at both practices and have all paperwork turned in by Wednesday. Our first meet is this Thursday at 3:30 here at Coral Shores. Come support your boys weightlifting team!

    Listen up because this is an announcement you want to hear!

     

    The Mr. Legs Scholarship Competition has started for 2019 and your principal is a first time participant in this wonderful cause.

     

    So why are we telling you this….. Because Mr. Fry has a treat in store for each and every one of you!

     

    You will be competing against all 4th period classes to raise the most money for the Mr. Legs Scholarship competition.

     

    The Winning class will receive a pizza Party.

     

    Together as a school if we raise $1000, our principal, Mr. Fry will join in on February’s 8th pep rally in his one of a kind hula outfit.

     

    If we raise $1500, that’s only $2.04 each student needs to bring into their 4th period class, Mr. Fry will provide donuts for the entire student body!

     

    So let’s go Canes and let the best class win!

     

    A reminder to Junior Girls who plan to participate in this year’s Miss Coral Shores Scholarship Competition…

    Paperwork is due to Mrs. Haddad by the end of the school day today.  The essay portion of the competition will take place tomorrow in the Media Center starting right after school.

     

    The final deposit for Grad Bash is January 31st!!! So if you plan on attending Grad Bash you need to see Mrs. Rife in room 4-215 and submit your $100 deposit ASAP.  We will NOT be selling Grad Bash Tickets  after the final deposit deadline!  If you need to pay with a credit card please go by the office and see Mrs. Liz.

     

    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.

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday,  January 25th, 2019

     

    Please remember to purchase your yearbook. The price is still $65 and will be going up soon. Come by the office and see Miss Mona or go online to yearbookforever.com to purchase.

     

    Coral Shores varsity basketball rallied back from a 12-point deficit against a tough Key West team and crowd in Key West to take the lead with less than 30 seconds in the game before Key West was able to win the game at the free throw line.  The lead changed hands five times in the final three minutes as the Canes stormed back with Robbie Prosek, Valente Reynoso-Heaton, and Tim Orr dominating on the interior while Alberto Rodriguez, Jason Castillo, and Jonathan Bradman combined on four big three pointers.  Mario Menendez came up with a critical steal with 15 seconds on the clock with a chance for the Canes to tie it, but unfortunately they couldn’t convert.  On the game Orr and Prosek combined for an impressive 11 blocked shots and Orr led the Canes with 18 points and 11 rebounds.  

     

    Listen up because this is an announcement you want to hear!

     

    The Mr. Legs Scholarship Competition has started for 2019 and your principal is a first time participant in this wonderful cause.

     

    So why are we telling you this….. because Mr. Fry has a treat in store for each and every one of you!

     

    You will be competing against all 4th period classes to raise the most money for the Mr. Legs Scholarship competition.

     

    The Winning class will receive a pizza Party.

     

    Together as a school if we raise $1000 ,our principal, Mr. Fry will join in on February’s 8th pep rally in his one of a kind hula outfit.

     

    If we raise $1500, that’s only $2.04 each student needs to bring into their 4th period class,  Mr. Fry will provide donuts for the entire student body!

     

    So lets go Canes and let the best class win!

     

    Congratulations to Ms. Hager’s students, Angel Martin Santos and Annika Needham, who earned their Adobe Certified Associate certification in Premiere Pro yesterday.  Angel and Annika will receive one hundred dollars from Monroe Computes!  Keep up the great work Digital Productions!

     

    Also Congrats to Laira Gomer, Rachel Machado, and Dylon Nason who each will get $400 for passing their Excel tests yesterday to earn their full MOS certification.  Miguel Quesada keeps earning money and gets a $200 award for earning his fourth Microsoft Technology Associate certification!

     

    Madeline Langley passed her In Design test to get her  third Adobe certification while Anna Langley passed her Illustrator test.Xander Ward passed two tests yesterday in PowerPoint and In Word; Daniel Gideon passed Word  and Julio Duran and Anthony Lorente passed PowerPoint!  Great job everyone.

     

    Special thanks to Ms. Signorelli, Ms. Ochoa  and Mr. W for all of their testing help!

     

    Attention Junior Girls who received invitations to participate in the Miss Coral Shores Scholarship competition, but were unable to attend yesterday’s information meeting.  You can still take part in this great Coral Shores tradition.  Please see Miss Haddad in the Media Center for the information pack and paperwork you need or if you have any questions about the competition.  All paperwork is due back to Miss Haddad by the end of school on Monday

    The final deposit for Grad Bash is January 31st!!! So if you plan on attending Grad Bash you need to see Mrs. Rife in room 4-215 and submit your $100 deposit ASAP.  We will NOT be selling Grad Bash Tickets  after the final deposit deadline!  If you need to pay with a credit card please go by the office and see Mrs. Liz.

    Happy Birthday to the following cane:

     

    Morgan Paige Whittle

     

    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.

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday, January 23nd, 2019

     

    For a Community Service Opportunity at Coral Isles Winterfest on Saturday, February 2 see Mrs. Rehmann in room 2-206 to sign up!!

    Choose between setup, take down, helping with kid games and more.

     

    Invitations will be handed out today in 6th period for junior girls who are eligible to participate in the 2019 Miss Coral Shores Scholarship Competition.  Junior girls with an unweighted GPA of 3.0 are invited to attend an information meeting tomorrow in the Media Center during A Lunch.  Food will be served.  Your invitation will serve as your pass.  If you have any questions please see Mrs. Haddad in the Media Center.

    The girls basketball team continued their hot streak and won their 15th game of the season beating Palmer Trinity 53 to 41.  Leading scorers were Bekky Valenzuela 17 points 16 rebounds, Lexy Brito 15 points 7 rebounds and Riley Dobson with 11 points 10 rebounds

     

    Lucia Rodriguez had 7 points and 6 assist.

     

    The canes were led defensively by Karina Betancourt and Kyla Catarineau

      

    The final deposit for Grad Bash is January 31st!!! So if you plan on attending Grad Bash you need to see Mrs. Rife in room 4-215 and submit your $100 deposit ASAP.  We will NOT be selling Grad Bash Tickets  after the final deposit deadline!  If you need to pay with a credit card please go by the office and see Mrs. Liz.

    Are you in 10th-12th grade and interested in taking the ASVAB Military Entrance Exam?

    Please let Ms. Harris know if you are interested. The test will be given on Feb.28th

    Students  can let a teacher know to email me their name, or the student can come to me directly

    Happy Birthday to the following Canes:

    Ryan Cole De La Torre

    Yorlandi Ceballo Gonzalez

     

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day

     

     Super Star Tennis Player Venus Williams says:

    Some people say I have attitude… Maybe I do… but I think you have to!

    You have to believe in yourself when no one else does

    That’s what makes you a winner!!

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday,  January 18th, 2019

     

    For a Community Service Opportunity at Coral Isles Winterfest on Saturday, February 2, see Mrs. Rehmann in room 2-206 to sign up!!

    Choose between setup, take down, helping with kid games and more,

     

    If you need volunteer hours we have the opportunity for you!

    This Saturday Art Under the Oaks is in need of student volunteers from 1:00 to 4:00.

    Come to the front office to sign up with Ms. Colarusso.

     

    “Boys Lacrosse practice today from 3:00 PM -4:30 PM.  Remember to bring your paperwork.”

     

    The girls basketball team won last night 48 to 7 against Pinecrest Prep.  Leading the way with 12 points was Riley Dobson, Emma Brower scored 11 points, Natalie McCormick with 8 points, Lexi Brito with 7 points, Karena Betancourt with 4 points, and Kate Johnson, Kyla Caterineau, Desi Brito had 2 points.

     

    The final deposit for Grad Bash is January 31st!!! So if you plan on attending Grad Bash you need to see Mrs. Rife in room 4-215 and submit your $100 deposit ASAP.  We will NOT be selling Grad Bash Tickets  after the final deposit deadline!  If you need to pay with a credit card please go by the office and see Mrs. Liz.

     

    Are you in 10th-12th grade and interested in taking the ASVAB Military Entrance Exam?

    Please let Ms. Harris know if you are interested. The test will be given on Feb.28th

    Students  can let a teacher know to email me their name, or the student can come to me directly.

     

    Anyone who is interested in Newspaper Club should see Ms. Susa before the end of the day today. We are looking for reporters, opinion writers, editors, photographers, and reviewers for movies, music, food, or anything else that would be of interest to Coral Shores students.

     

    Please see Ms. Susa in Room 2-223 before the end of the day  if you’re interested.

     

    All baseball and potential baseball players please see Mrs. Signorelli in computer lab room 4-220 to sign up to work a fundraiser this Saturday. There will be a signup book on Mrs. Signorelli’s desk.  Please sign up today. 

     

    Happy Birthday to the following:

     

    Shannon Leigh McCormick

    Caleb Alexander Montgomery

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day

     

    Variety is the spice of life…

     

    Variety can make life much more interesting.  This is true with food and also with people.  Each of us has something special to offer to the world, and each of us can spice things up when we learn from and share ideas with people of different cultures, places and backgrounds.

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

      Thursday, January 17th, 2019

     

    For a Community Service Opportunity at Coral Isles Winterfest on Saturday, February 2 see Mrs. Rehmann in room 2-206 to sign up!!

    Choose between setup, take down, helping with kid games and more.

     

    If you need volunteer hours we have the opportunity for you!

    This Saturday Art Under the Oaks is in need of student volunteers from 1:00 to 4:00.

    Come to the front office to sign up with Ms. Colarusso.

     

    Please come to the very important Student/Parent Financial Aid tonight! 5:30-6:30 in the PAC. All grades and parents welcome to attend. Seniors…this should be mandatory!

     

    Congratulations to Madeline Langley who earned her second Adobe Certified Associate certification by passing her test in Illustrator yesterday.  Madeline also earned another hundred dollars from Monroe Computes!  Keep up the great work Madeline!

     

    Are you in 10th-12th grade and interested in taking the ASVAB Military Entrance Exam?

    Please let Ms. Harris know if you are interested. The test will be given on Feb.28th

    Students  can let a teacher know to email me their name, or the student can come to Ms. Harris  directly.

    Anyone who is interested in Newspaper Club should see Ms. Susa before the end of the day Friday. We are looking for reporters, opinion writers, editors, photographers, and reviewers for movies, music, food, or anything else that would be of interest to Coral Shores students.

     

    Please see Ms. Susa in Room 2-223 before the end of the day Friday if you’re interested.

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday, January 16th, 2019

     

    The girls varsity basketball team won 47 to 31 against Westminster Christian last night.  Leading scorers were Lucia Rodriguez 20 points, Natalie McCormick 10 points, Bekky Valenzuela with 9 points and Lexi Brito with 5 points

     

    The Lady Canes have 13 wins and 3 losses.   

    Great job LADY CANES!

     

    The Coral Shores Boys Varsity Basketball team lost a hard fought game last night at home against Key West 72-56 with senior co-captain Tim Orr leading the way for the Hurricanes with a 20 point 15 rebound performance.  Senior co-captain Alberto Rodriguez added four three pointers for the Hurricanes, while senior co-captain Robbie Prosek added 15 rebounds and three blocked shots, and sophomore guard Jonathan Bradman added 14 points. 

     

    If you are interested in trying out for the Coral Shores tennis team there will be a meeting in Mrs. Browning’s room Today in room 1-204.

     

     

    All baseball and potential baseball players please see Mrs. Signorelli in computer lab room 4-220 to sign up to work a fundraiser this Saturday  There will be signup book on Mrs. Signorelli’s desk.  Please sign up by Friday. 

     

     

    Attention juniors! There will be a junior class meeting after school Today in Miss Kater’s room, 1-205. Prom planning will be discussed. We need all the help we can get! Hope to see you there.

    Happy Birthday to Mario Andres Menendez

     Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

    Virtue-According to Webster’s dictionary means, “General morals, goodness and right action thinking”.  In other words, when a person has virtue, they strive to do the right thing with their thoughts, words and actions.  Be honest, be respectful and be kind

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Tuesday, January 15th, 2019

     

    “reminder to all girls weightlifters,  there will be practice today after school at 2:45.”

    Coral Shores Varsity Basketball lost another tough one after rallying from a ten point fourth quarter deficit to take a 59-58 lead when Alberto Rodriguez’s connected on his sixth three pointer of the game.  Unfortunately though there was too much time left on the clock as Somerset was able to connect on a last minute shot to give them the 60-59 victory.  While Rodriguez worked from the outside to help the Canes get back into the game Tim Orr and Robbie Prosek scored 9 of the teams 17 fourth quarter points on the inside. 

     

    Come support the team tonight as they take on Key West.  JV starts at 5 and varsity at 6:30.

    If you are interested in trying out for the Coral Shores tennis team there will be a meeting in Mrs. Browning’s room on Wednesday in room 1-204.”

     

    All baseball and potential baseball players please see Mrs. Signorelli in computer lab room 4-220 to sign up to work a fundraiser this Saturday  There will be signup book on Mrs. Signorelli’s desk.  Please sign up by Friday. 

     

    Attention juniors! There will be a junior class meeting after school Wednesday in Miss Kater’s room, 1-205. Prom planning will be discussed. We need all the help we can get! Hope to see you there.”

    Happy Birthday to the following cane:

    Isabella Victoria Lopez

     Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

     

    Have you seen the news on TV or the Internet?  There seems to be so much violence, hatred and anger in the world.  It’s easy to feel powerless to make a difference in the world.  But the truth is you can!  By choosing patience and kindness you will help shape the world to be a better place.

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Monday, January 14th, 2019

     

    Students Interested in Girls Lacrosse:

    Pre-Season Conditioning will be held every Tuesday and Thursday from 4-6 pm.

    Mandatory Regular Season practice starts January 28th Monday – Friday. 4-6pm.

    Freshmen interested in a goalie position please see Coach Colarusso in the front office.

    Also as a Reminder- All registration paperwork, completed athletic packet, Coach Campa Signoff, online courses and money is due before participation is allowed.

     

    The final deposit for Grad Bash is January 31st!!! So if you plan on attending Grad Bash you need to see Mrs. Rife in room 4-215 and submit your $100 deposit ASAP.  We will NOT be selling Grad Bash Tickets  after the final deposit deadline!  If you need to pay with a credit card please go by the office and see Mrs. Liz.

     

    Attention all baseball players or anyone that wants to play this season.  There is a mandatory parent meeting today  Monday, January 14 at 6pm.  The meeting is being held in classroom 2-109 next to the boys locker room.

     

    Happy Birthday to the following:

     Matthew Conley

    Justin Conley Ferrara

    Savannah Elsie Austin

     Project Wisdom Words 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…

    CSHS Daily Announcements

     Friday, January 11th, 2019

     

    Students Interested in Girls Lacrosse:

    Pre-Season Conditioning will be held every Tuesday and Thursday from 4-6 pm.

    Mandatory Regular Season practice starts January 28th Monday – Friday. 4-6pm.

    Freshmen interested in a goalie position please see Coach Colarusso in the front office.

    Also as a Reminder- All registration paperwork, completed athletic packet, Coach Campa Signoff, online courses and money is due before participation is allowed.

    The lady canes basketball team lost last night to top ten class 5A Keys Gate by a score of 63 to 51.  Leading the way with 17 points was lexi brito, Karena Betancourt with 9 points, Bekky Valenzuela 8 points and Lucia Rodriguez with 6 points

     

    The lady canes have 12 wins and 3 losses and secured the 2nd seed in districts

     

    Way to go LADY CANES

    Boys weightlifting will have practice tomorrow (Friday) immediately after school.

    Varsity Basketball is coming off back-to-back wins against Colonial Christian and International Studies.  Junior guard Jason Castillo scored five three pointers to lead the Canes with 15 points and Freshmen Gabriel Delgado added 13 points against Colonial while Senior Captains Robbie Prosek and Valente Reynoso-Heaton lead the scoring attack against International Studies.  Come support the team tonight at 6pm as the Hurricanes looks to avenge a last minute loss to Somerset Silver Palms earlier in the season. 

    Attention all baseball players or anyone that wants to play this season.  There is a mandatory parent meeting this coming Monday, January 14 at 6pm.  The meeting is being held in classroom 2-109 next to the boys locker room.

    Happy Birthday to the following cane:

     

    Tanner Barrett Olsen

     Project Wisdom Words 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!!

     

     

     

    Thursday, Jan. 10, 2019

     

    Are you in 10th, 11th or 12th grade and interested in taking the ASVAB Military Entrance Exam?

    Please let Ms. Harris in the front office know if you are interested in taking this in school exam.

     

    Boys weightlifting will have practice tomorrow (Friday) immediately after school.

    Please see Coach Hamilton if you are unable to attend.

     

    Attention all students interested in playing baseball this season:  There will be a mandatory parent meeting, Monday, January 14th at 6pm.  The meeting is being held in room 2-109, next to the boy’s locker room.

     

    A Parent/ Student College Financial Aid Night will be held next THURSDAY, Jan. 17 from 5:30-6:30 in the PAC.

    Come get information on the cost of college and how you can pay for it!

    Topics covered will include the FAFSA, Pell Grants, Bright Futures, Community Scholarships, and Student loans

     

    Students Interested in Girls Lacrosse:

    Pre-Season Conditioning will be held every Tuesday and Thursday from 4-6 pm.

    Mandatory Regular Season practice starts January 28th Monday – Friday. 4-6pm.

    Freshmen interested in a goalie position please see Coach Colarusso in the front office.

     

    Happy Birthday to the following Canes:

    Anna Crucci

    Sean Nekhaila

    Valente Reynoso-Heaton

    Joshua Prince

    Angel Martin Santos

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday, January 9th, 2019

     

    Students Interested in Girls Lacrosse:

    Pre-Season Conditioning will be held every Tuesday and Thursday from 4-6 pm.

    Mandatory Regular Season practice starts January 28th Monday – Friday. 4-6pm.

    Freshmen interested in a goalie position please see Coach Colarusso in the front office.

    Also as a Reminder- All registration paperwork, completed athletic packet, Coach Campa Signoff, online courses and money is due before participation is allowed.

    The girls varsity basketball team won last night beating Ransom 40 to 31.  Leading the way was Bekky Valenzuela with 13 points and 23 rebounds.  Lucia Rodriguez had 9 points and 5 assits.  Karena Betancourt had 7 points along with Riley Dobson with 7.  Lexi Brito added 4 points and 9 rebounds.  The canes had strong defensive play from Kyla Catarineau with 8 rebounds and 3 blocks

     

    The girls are now 12 wins and 2 losses on the season

     

    Way to go LADY CANES

    Thursday Girls Basketball vs. Florida Christian Home game starts at 4pm come out and cheer on our team.

     

    Happy Birthday to the following canes:

     

    Kailee Briana Mc Daniel

    Grace Graf

     

     

     Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

     

    JK Rowling says:

     We do not need magic to change the world, we carry all the power we need inside ourselves already:  we have the power to imagine better. 

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Tuesday, January 8th, 2019

     

    Drama Club – Please remember that you have music rehearsal after school today.  Your attendance is important and the entire cast needs to be there. 

    No Interact meeting today. See you next Tuesday

     

    The boys weightlifting team will have practice at 2:45 TODAY.

     

    Students Interested in Girls Lacrosse:

    Pre-Season Conditioning will be held every Tuesday and Thursday from 4-6 pm.

    Mandatory Regular Season practice starts January 28th Monday – Friday. 4-6pm.

     

    Reminder- All registration paperwork, completed athletic packet, Coach Campa Signoff, online courses and money is due before participation is allowed.

     

    See Coach Colarusso in the front office for registration packets.

     

    The final deposit for Grad Bash is January 31st!!! So if you plan on attending Grad Bash you need to see Mrs. Rife in room 4-215 and submit your $100 deposit ASAP.  We will NOT be selling Grad Bash Tickets  after the final deposit deadline!  If you need to pay with a credit card please go by the office and see Mrs. Liz.

    Any boys or girls interested in participating in Track and Field, who is not participating in a sport now. Please see Coach James to receive paper work and start pre-conditioning today.

     

    Happy Birthday to the following canes:

     

    Darryl Ramon Roberts

    Alyah Rodriguez

    Lucy Jeanne Trunk

    Carmina Mariah Bell

     

     Project Wisdom Words 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…

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

     Wednesday, December 19, 2018

     

    Sports for this week 12/19-12/21/2018

     

    Thursday Girls Basketball vs. Florida Christian; Home game starts at 4pm. Come out and cheer on our team.

     

    Attention Students interested in Girls Lacrosse:

     

    There is a Mandatory meeting today at 11:30 in to PE locker room. Please see coach Colarusso in the front office for any question or if you are unable to attend

    Holiday movie night is here! Come see The Muppet Christmas Carol  in the PAC to celebrate the season of cheer! The movie will play at 7 o’clock on Friday, December 21st. Tickets are $7 at the door and $5 Pre-sale in the Office, or in the PAC. All Students and Parents are welcome. Don’t be a humbug, celebrate!

    Happy Birthday to the following Canes:

     

    Gavin Jonah Gross

    Clark Davis Drebenstedt

    Sheila Gonzalez

     

     

     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.

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Tuesday, December 18th, 2018

     

    Sports for this week 12/17-12/21/2018

     

    Tuesday Boys Varsity Soccer vs. Colonial Christian Home game starts at 4pm. Come out and cheer on our team.

     

    Thursday Girls Basketball vs. Florida Christian Home game starts at 4pm. Come out and cheer on our team.

     

    Congratulations to freshman Alyssa Aguiar for earning $500 from Monroe Compute$ by passing her Excel test yesterday!  Kudos to  Josh Prince for passing his Word Expert certification, to Caitlyn Casariego for passing her Word certification, and to Katie Holly, Alain Rodrgiues-Diaz, Matthew Hardison, and JP Orjuela for passing their PowerPoint tests.  Miguel Quesada earned another $100 and his third Microsoft Technology Associate certification by passing his Introduction to Programming using Javascript test! 

     

    Holiday movie night is here! Come see The Muppet Christmas Carol  in the PAC to celebrate the season of cheer! The movie will play at 7 o’clock on Friday, December 21st. Tickets are $7 at the door and $5 Pre-sale in the Office, or in the PAC. All Students and Parents are welcome. Don’t be a humbug, celebrate!

    Attention Students interested in Girls Lacrosse: a Mandatory meeting will be held this Wednesday at 11:30 in the  PE classroom. See coach Colarusso in the front office for more information or if you are unable to attend.

     

    Attention all girls interested in playing for the Lady Canes Lacrosse Team:

     

    There will be a sign up meeting December 19th at 5:00pm in the PE classroom. Please plan on coming to this meeting as there will be important information given and all paperwork will be handed out. See Coach Colarusso in the front office for more details.

    Happy Birthday to the following cane:

     

    Jennifer Webb

     Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

     

    Your mind is a powerful thing, when you fill it with positivity and goals –

    You can accomplish anything

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

     Monday,   December 17, 2018

     

    Sports for this week 12/17-12/21/2018

     

    Tuesday Boys Varsity Soccer vs. Colonial Christian Home game starts at 4pm come out and cheer on our team.

     

    Thursday Girls Basketball vs. Florida Christian Home game starts at 4pm come out and cheer on our team.

     

    The girls Varsity Soccer game away vs. Keys gate scheduled for Thursday December 20th has been cancelled.

     

    Holiday movie night is here! Come see The Muppet Christmas Carol  in the PAC to celebrate the season of cheer! The movie will play at 7 o’clock on Friday, December 21st. Tickets are $7 at the door and $5 Pre-sale in the Office, or in the PAC. All Students and Parents are welcome. Don’t be a humbug, celebrate!

    Attention Students interested in Girls Lacrosse: a Mandatory meeting will be held this Wednesday at 11:30 in the  PE classroom. See coach Colarusso in the front office for more information or if you are unable to attend.

     

    Attention all girls interested in playing for the Lady Canes Lacrosse Team:

     

    There will be a sign up meeting December 19th at 5:00pm in the PE classroom. Please plan on coming to this meeting as there will be important information given and all paperwork will be handed out. See Coach Colarusso in the front office for more details.

    Happy Birthday to the following Canes:

     

    Leroy Dawson Quick

    Jonathon Ornelas

    Cody Williams Kennedy

     

     Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

     

    Exam Preparations:

    Remember to take time out to prepare for exams! 

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

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

                                      Friday,  December 14, 2018

     

    Today’s Sports:

     

    Girls Varsity Soccer away vs. Marathon at 3pm.

    Boys Varsity Soccer away vs. Marathon at pm.

    Varsity wrestling away at Key West for Tri Meet.  Time to be announced.

     

    Holiday movie night is here! Come see The Muppet Christmas Carol  in the PAC to celebrate the season of cheer! The movie will play at 7 o’clock on Friday, December 21st. Tickets are $7 at the door and $5 Pre-sale in the Office, or in the PAC. All Students and Parents are welcome. Don’t be a humbug, celebrate!

    Attention all girls interested in playing for the Lady Canes Lacrosse Team:

     

    There will be a sign up meeting December 19th at 5:00pm in the PE classroom. Please plan on coming to this meeting as there will be important information given and all paperwork will be handed out. See Coach Colarusso in the front office for more details.

    Happy Birthday to the following canes:

     

    Calvin Kemmer

    Amy Lynn Nekhaila

    Alondra Alejandra Rodriguez Dias

    Justin Thomas Drakas

    Austin Tudor

    Damaris Juana Rego

     Project Wisdom Words 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!

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday,   December 12, 2018

     

    Happy Holidays Coral Shores.   This Friday is a holiday dress up day.   Bust out your ugly sweaters and jingle bells and get your outfit ready for this Friday December 14

     

    The girls basketball team defeated  Palmer Trinity last night, 49 - 35.  The Lady Danes were led by Lucia Rodriguez with 19 points, Bekky Valenzuela with 14 and Riley Dobson with 9 points

     

    Defensively the team was led by Natalie McCormick, Riley Dobson, Karina Betancourt and Elise Jordan

     

    The Lady Canes have now won 6 in a row and have a record of 7 wins and 2 losses

     

    Way to go Lady Canes!

     

    There will be No Boys JV soccer practice today

    Girls JV Soccer away vs. Carrolton at 4pm.

    Girls Varsity Soccer home vs. Pine crest at 4pm

    Boys Varsity Soccer home vs. Pine Crest at 6pm

    Girls Varsity Weight lifting home vs. Gulliver and Marathon.  Meet starts at 3:00pm.   Come out and cheer on all our teams

    Attention all girls interested in playing for the Lady Canes Lacrosse Team:

     

    There will be a sign up meeting December 19th at 5:00pm in the PE classroom. Please plan on coming to this meeting as there will be important information given and all paperwork will be handed out. See Coach Colarusso in the front office for more details.

     Happy Birthday goes out to the following Canes!!

     

    Ozain Ayumel Martinez

     

    Edward Robert Gazboda

     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!

     

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Tuesday,   December 11, 2018

     

    The sophomore class is selling Candy Grams for the holiday season! If you want to spread some cheer to your friends and teachers come grab an order form from the office! They are 2 dollars and you need to give the money to Ms. Swango in Room 4-212. Happy Holidays.”

     

    Happy Holidays Coral Shores.   This Friday is a holiday dress up day.   Bust out your ugly sweaters and jingle bells and get your outfit ready for this Friday December 14

     

    Sports for Today December 11th

     

    Girls Basketball home vs. Palmer Trinity game starts at 4pm.

    Boys Basketball home vs. Palmer Trinity JV plays at 5:30 pm and Varsity immediately following at 7pm.  Come out and cheer on our teams.

    The varsity girls last home meet was moved to this Wednesday instead of Thursday against Gulliver and Marathon. We will begin the meet at 4pm. 

    Attention all girls interested in playing for the Lady Canes Lacrosse Team:

     

    There will be a sign up meeting December 19th at 5:00pm in the PE classroom. Please plan on coming to this meeting as there will be important information given and all paperwork will be handed out. See Coach Colarusso in the front office for more details.

    Any boys or girls interested in participating in Track and Field , who is not participating in a sport now. Please see Coach James to receive paper work and start pre-conditioning today.

     Happy Birthday goes out to the following Canes!!

     

    Ryan Tyler Billingsley

    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

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

     Monday,   December 10th, 2018

     

    Any students who wish to take a Dual Enrollment class at FKCC for Spring semester, MUST be signed up by Wednesday, Dec. 12th

    Check to see if you are qualified to take dual enrollment, and if so, see Ms. Harris for registration papers! NO LATE REGISTRATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER WINTER BREAK!

     

     

    Student Council is bringing One Blood to CS next week to do a blood drive on Tuesday December 11th.  You must be 16 years old and have a photo ID.   See Ms. Rosenow if you are interested in signing up.

     

    Monday today 12/10 Boys Varsity Soccer home vs. St. Brendan game starts at 4pm.  Come out and cheer on our team.

    Girls Varsity Soccer AWAY vs. Westminster Christian.  

     

    The varsity girls wretling team last home meet was moved to this Wednesday instead of Thursday against Gulliver and Marathon. We will begin the meet at 4pm. 

     

    Any boys or girls interested in participating in Track and Field , who is not participating in a sport now. Please see Coach James to receive paper work and start pre-conditioning today.

     

     Happy Birthday goes out to the following Canes!!

     

    Aniel Chavez

     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…

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Thursday, December 6, 2018

     

    Any students who wish to take a Dual Enrollment class at FKCC for Spring semester, MUST be signed up by next Wednesday, Dec. 12th

    Check to see if you are qualified to take dual enrollment, and if so, see Ms. Harris for registration papers! NO LATE REGISTRATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER WINTER BREAK!

     

     

     

    Students taking the ACT this Saturday should report to 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.  Please see Mrs. Wischmeier if you have any questions. 

     

     

     

    Let’s get in the spirit of Winter!

    PBIS is looking forward to all the holiday doors decorated!  We will be judging your 6th period class on December 20th The winning class will earn an ice cream party when we return after the break!

     

     

     

     

    Student Council is bringing One Blood to CS next week to do a blood drive on Tuesday December 11th.  You must be 16 years old and have a photo ID.   See Ms. Rosenow if you are interested in signing up.

     

     

    Tis the Season!  Student Council has organized an Adopt-An-Angel program for the holiday season.   6th period classes and/or clubs are able to adopt an angel during 6th period on Wednesday the 5th.   Send one rep to the office following announcements to select your child.   All gifts will be due by Tuesday December 18th.

     

     

     

    Student Council is bringing One Blood to CS next week to do a blood drive on Tuesday December 11th.  You must be 16 years old and have a photo ID.   See Ms. Rosenow if you are interested in signing up.

     

     

     

     Happy Birthday goes out to the following Canes!!

     

    Grace Matthews

     

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

     

    Time for Success:

    If you spend as much time on your school studies as you do Instagram and Facebook-you are bound to be successful! 

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Tuesday,  December 4, 2018

     

    Any students who wish to take a Dual Enrollment class at FKCC for Spring semester, MUST be signed up by next Wednesday, Dec. 12.

    Check to see if you are qualified to take dual enrollment, and if so, see Ms. Harris for registration papers! NO LATE REGISTRATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER WINTER BREAK!

     

    Science National Honor Society invitees, this is a reminder to meet afterschool today outside Mrs. Signorelli’s lab room 4-220.

     

    Student Council is bringing One Blood to CS next week to do a blood drive on Tuesday December 11th.  You must be 16 years old and have a photo ID.   See Ms. Rosenow if you are interested in signing up.

    Attention Juniors! We will be having a class meeting in Miss Kater’s room, 1-205, after school this Wednesday, December 5. We will be voting on a prom theme and discussing upcoming volunteer opportunities. All juniors are welcome to attend. Hope to see you there

    Happy Birthday goes out to the following Cane!!

     

    Katelyn Jane Gremonprez

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

    Important Decisions

     

    When you have important decisions to make in your life—

    trust your intuition, and then work with everything you have, to prove it right!

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Monday, December 3, 2018

     

    If you would like to pre-purchase a copy of the yearbook, the starting price is $55. Please see Ms. Mona in the front office for your purchase. Remember prices go up so purchase early.

     

     

    Any students who wish to take a Dual Enrollment class at FKCC for Spring semester, MUST be signed up by next Wednesday, Dec. 12.

    Check to see if you are qualified to take dual enrollment, and if so, see Ms. Harris for registration papers! NO LATE REGISTRATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER WINTER BREAK!

     

     

    Attention Juniors! We will be having a class meeting in Miss Kater’s room, 1-205, after school this Wednesday, December 5. We will be voting on a prom theme and discussing upcoming volunteer opportunities. All juniors are welcome to attend. Hope to see you there.

     

    We still have senior shirts available for $15!  Stop by and see Mrs. Rife for your senior shirt!

     

     Happy Birthday goes out to the following Canes!!

     

    Jayden Daniel Jayden Gattorno

    Chayane Lee Cooper

    Michaela lo Kidd

    ZARESKA Mazola Ortega

    Project Wisdom Words of the Day:

     

    Super Star Tennis Player Venus Williams says:

    Some people say I have attitude… Maybe I do… but I think you have to!

    You have to believe in yourself when no one else does

    That’s what makes you a winner!!

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday, November 28, 2018

     

    Come out and cheer on our basketball teams as they take on Archbishop Carroll at home:

    Girls Varsity play at 4pm.

    Boys JV play at 5:30 and boys Varsity play immediately following at 7pm.

     

    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.

     

     

    The JV Boys soccer team defeated Westminster Christian yesterday afternoon here at Coral Shores  1-0.

    Clay Atwill scored the lone goal in  the first half of the match.

    Great job by the whole team as they opened the season with a victory.

    Clark Drebenstedt earned the shoutout as goal keeper.

     

    Great job Team!

     

     

    Seniors and Juniors Herff Jones will be here tomorrow for class meetings! Please make sure you are here tomorrow important information for seniors and juniors will be given to you at this meeting!!

     

     

     

    Senior meeting will take place during 6th period and Junior meeting will be during 7th period. There will be announcement for each class meeting.   Teachers if you have all seniors or juniors please accompany your class to the PAC for their meetings. Thank You!

    Happy Birthday shout out goes out to the following canes:

     

    Kenia Lopez

    Erin Hamilton

    Elizabeth Hadley Dobson

    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 changes positive! 

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Monday,  November 26, 2018

     

    Our boys and girls Varsity soccer teams play Key West at home today.  Come out and cheer them on!

    Boys play at 4pm and Girls play at 6pm.

     

     

     

    Our first home boys basketball game is today vs. International Studies. Come out and cheer them on:

    JV plays at 4pm and Varsity plays at 5:30 pm.

     

    Attention Varsity Girls Weightlifting Team: We will meet at the weightlifting room for practice at 2:45pm today.

     

     

    Seniors!!!

                Hurry up and pay your $80 deposit for Grad Bash!! The first 50 students to pay, get to pick their BUS!! So hurry up before the price goes up to $100 on December 1st!! See Mrs. Rife for payments (cash/check)!!

                            You can also pay with a credit card with Mrs. Liz!!!

     

     

    Seniors!!

                We still have senior shirts available for $15!! Go by and see Mrs. Rife for your senior shirts!!!

     

     

    Seniors!!!

                 The Time to order CAP AND GOWNS is here. Herff Jones will be here Thursday November 29th during both lunches. Don’t delay, submit your order early.

     

    Happy Birthday shout out goes out to the following canes:

     

    Tara Marie Amador

    Logan Thomas Lahman

     

     

    Project Wisdom Words 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. 

     

     

     

     CSHS Daily Announcements

     Friday, November 16, 2018

     

    Attention FLVS Students,

    If you are taking an EOC course or an AP course online, please see Ms. Bedell before Thanksgiving break so that we can make sure you are on the test list.

     

    If you are a junior boy interested in attending Boy’s State, a leadership conference at FSU this summer, please pick up an application in the main office. This is NOT a Coral Shores sponsored program. It is sponsored by The Islamorada American Legion.

     

    If you or your family is in need of free dental care. Please contact the mobile dental unit @ 305-451-2265. The dental unit will be at first Baptist church nov 26-30th. If you have questions, please see Nurse Shannon.

     

    The Lady Canes varsity basketball team won both games at Palmer Trinity’s Preseason Classic.  They beat Florida Christian 57 to 35 and Lasalle 44 to 31.  Leading scoreres for the two games were Lucia Rodriguez, Bekky Valenzuela, Riley Dobson and Elise Jordan.  Defensively, Karena Betancourt and Natalie McCormick had strong two games and crashing the offensive and defensive boards included Bekky Valenzuela, Riley Dobson, Elise Jordan and Desi Brito.

    Congratulations to the Coral Shores football players for making The Florida Independent Football Conference( All Conference Team).

                          - First Team Defense- Valente Reynoso-Heaton 

                           -First Team Offense - Joshua Goodwyn

                           - Second Team Defense - Robbie Prosek

                           -Second Team Offense -Dylan Scheu

                            -Second Team Defense - Juan Villalobos

                             -Third Team Defense - Trent Norrie

                             -Third Team Defense - Dominick Monteagudo

                             -Special Team Athlete - Erik Eriksen

                             - Scholar Athlete - Jeronimo Reynoso-Heaton

     

    Seniors!!!

                Hurry up and pay your $80 deposit for Grad Bash!! The first 50 students to pay, get to pick their BUS!! So hurry up before the price goes up to $100 on December 1st!! See Mrs. Rife for payments (cash/check)!!

                            You can also pay with a credit card with Mrs. Liz!!!

     

     

    Seniors!!

                We still have senior shirts available for $15!! Go by and see Mrs. Rife for your senior shirts!!!

     

    Seniors!!!

                 The Time to order CAP AND GOWNS is here. Herff Jones will be here Thursday November 29th during both lunches. Don’t delay, submit your order early.

     

    The Lady Canes Varsity Soccer team beat Sagemont Weston 11-0 with a mercy rule. The score was led by three of our Junior Captain’s; Erin Rodberg with 3 goals and 3 assists, Isabella Bolivar 1 goal and 2 assists, and Mia Ruiz 1 assist.  Our two and only Sophomores scored 5 additional goals- Allie Adler had 3 goals and Emma Kost added 2 goals. Senior leaders were Natalie Dixion with 1 goal and 1 assist, Anna Carucci scored her first goal. Junior Madeline Chilton goalie recorded the shut out.  Come support the JV soccer team today at 3:00 and the next varsity game is a conference game Monday Nov. 26 at 6:00 home against Key West local rival.

     

    Just a reminder that our first home boys basketball game with be Monday, November 26 against International Studies.  JV will play at 4 PM and varsity starts at 5:30.   We are very happy to announce that Dr. Rob Prosek, once again, has made a donation that will cover ALL admission charges for boys basketball games….so you get to enjoy some great basketball for FREE. Hope to see you at the games.

     

    REMINDER ! All Interact Volunteers for the Mariners Hospital Race -

    Remember your commitment to show up Friday Nov 15 after school at Mariners

    November 16 and November 17th volunteer times at Treasure Village.

    Thank you !!!!  ahead of time, Mrs. Kelley.

    Congrats to the Volleyball Players who made the All County Team – Riley Dobson and Carly Lindback! Way to go ladies!

     

    Today’s Varsity Boys soccer game at home has been cancelled.  

     

    There will be no soccer practices  JV or Varsity

    If you would like to pre-purchase a copy of the yearbook, the starting price is $55. Please see miss Mona in the front office for your purchase. Remember prices go up so purchase early. Thank you!!

    Happy Birthday shout out goes out to the following canes:

     

    Chris Catlett

    Marlene Sun-Sternberg

    Anthony John Vasilenko

    David Alex Parker

    Project Wisdom Words 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.

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcement

    Thursday, November 15th, 2018

     

    Attention FLVS Students,

    If you are taking an EOC course or an AP course online, please see Ms. Bedell before Thanksgiving break so that we can make sure you are on the test list.

     

     

    If you are a junior boy interested in attending Boy’s State, a leadership conference at FSU this summer, please pick up an application in the main office.

    This is NOT a Coral Shores sponsored program. It is sponsored by The Islamorada American Legion.

     

    If you or your family is in need of free dental care. Please contact the mobile dental unit @ 305-451-2265. The dental unit will be at first Baptist church nov 26-30th. If you have questions, please see Nurse Shannon.

     

     

     

    The varsity soccer team opened their first home game with a 1-0 victory over Westland Hialeah yesterday here at 4pm.

    Offensively the team played well with good scoring opportunities.   Brayan keeps his game to game scoring with a Penalty kick in the 28th minute to seal the win for the Hurricanes.

    Defensively the team held Wetland to 5 shots on goal. 

    Goal keeping was outstanding by Clark Drebenstedt and Josh Prince in the second half.

     

    2-0 Boys,  Great Job!

     

    Seniors!!!

                Hurry up and pay your $80 deposit for Grad Bash!! The first 50 students to pay, get to pick their BUS!! So hurry up before the price goes up to $100 on December 1st!! See Mrs. Rife for payments (cash/check)!!

                            You can also pay with a credit card with Mrs. Liz!!!

     

     

    Seniors!!

                We still have senior shirts available for $15!! Go by and see Mrs. Rife for your senior shirts!!!

     

     

    Seniors!!!

                 The Time to order CAP AND GOWNS is here. Herff Jones will be here Thursday November 29th during both lunches. Don’t delay, submit your order early.

     

    “SWAT wants you to know that today is the Great American Smokeout, a day to pledge to be tobacco free.  19% of Monroe County’s youth use tobacco products, which include cigarettes, cigars, hookah and electronic vaping.  More information on vaping can be found on restroom doors.”  

     

    Just a reminder that our first home boys basketball game with be Monday, November 26 against International Studies.  JV will play at 4 PM and varsity starts at 5:30.   We are very happy to announce that Dr. Rob Prosek, once again, has made a donation that will cover ALL admission charges for boys basketball games….so you get to enjoy some great basketball for FREE. Hope to see you at the games.

     

    If you would like to pre-purchase a copy of the yearbook, the starting price is $55. Please see miss Mona in the front office for your purchase. Remember prices go up so purchase early. Thank you!!

     

    Happy Birthday shout out goes out to the following Canes:

     

    Sera Kay Tenzek

    Project Wisdom Words 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. 

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Tuesday, November 14, 2018

     

    Attention FLVS Students,

    If you are taking an EOC course or an AP course online, please see Ms. Bedell before Thanksgiving break so that we can make sure you are on the test list.

     

     

    “The Varsity Girls Weightlifting meet has been moved to tomorrow, Wednesday, November 14, at 3:30pm at Coral Shores. All varsity girls weightlifting athletes must meet at the weight room today immediately after school. Please see Ms.King if you have any questions.

     

    The Varsity Boys soccer team opened their season with a huge victory over Colonial Christian   9-1

    Offensively for the Canes;

    Brayan Rojas with a HAT Trick   scoring 3 goals. Beckham McLeod with 2 goals. Zack Webb with 1 goal.  Ben O’Connor with 1 goal. Christian Rodriguez with 1 goal. Dominic Austin with a goal

    Defensively  Ryan De La Torres, Charlton Augustus, RJ Lindback and Christopher Rodriguez played very well and Clark Drebenstedt had a great game.

    Great Job Team!

     

    The team will play here at HOME today at 4pm vs Westland Hialeah then again HOME on Friday vs Everglades Prep at 6pm.

    If you or your family is in need of free dental care. Please contact the mobile dental unit @ 305-451-2265. The dental unit will be at first Baptist church nov 26-30th. If you have questions, please see Nurse Shannon.

     

     

    Items being collected: blankets, sheets, clothing, shoes, food- canned, bottled water, jackets, boots, any paper products, grooming/toiletries, tarps, and any monetary donations. They are in need and it is getting colder up there. Please consider to pay it forward and help others especially around the holidays. The UKF and all winter sports will be helping with this project- our goal is to fill up a truck with supplies to donate. Thank you

     

    Just a reminder that our first home boys basketball game with be Monday, November 26 against International Studies.  JV will play at 4 PM and varsity starts at 5:30.   We are very happy to announce that Dr. Rob Prosek, once again, has made a donation that will cover ALL admission charges for boys basketball games….so you get to enjoy some great basketball for FREE. Hope to see you at the games.

     

    If you would like to pre-purchase a copy of the yearbook, the starting price is $55. Please see miss Mona in the front office for your purchase. Remember prices go up so purchase early. Thank you!!

     

    Happy Birthday shout out goes out to the following Canes:

     

    Carlie Ocean Stanley

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the day:

    Are you ready to Believe that you can make a change?

    I BELIEVE stands for:

    BE-SAFE

    BE-RESPONSIBLE

    BE-RESPECTFUL

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Tuesday, November 13th, 2018

     

    Attention FLVS Students,

    If you are taking an EOC course or an AP course online, please see Ms. Bedell before Thanksgiving break so that we can make sure you are on the test list.

     

     

    The Coral Shores High School Band is very proud to be hosting the U.S. Navy Jazz Band, “The Commodores today. The concert begins at 7:00PM, in the Coral Shores Performing Art Center, and is free of charge.

     

    “The Varsity Girls Weightlifting meet has been moved to tomorrow, Wednesday, November 14th at 3:30pm at Coral Shores. All varsity girls weightlifting athletes must meet at the weight room today immediately after school. Please see Ms.King if you have any questions.

     

    If you would like to pre-purchase a copy of the yearbook, the starting price is $55. Please see miss Mona in the front office for your purchase. Remember prices go up so purchase early. Thank you!!

     

    Happy Birthday shoutout goes out to the following Canes:

     

    Cole Trevor Yeager

    Project Wisdom Words 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…

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday, November 9th, 2018

     

    Attention FLVS Students,

    If you are taking an EOC course or an AP course online, please see Ms. Bedell before Thanksgiving break so that we can make sure you are on the test list.

     

    What a GREAT Faculty Talent Show last night! Huge thank you to the teachers that participated and to the teachers and staff that assisted, donated and baked yummy treats! The Stage crew, Javi and his team were amazing! Huge shout out to Valente, Robbie and Landon for also wowing the crowd for a second year in a row! We raised money for scholarships for our Seniors! Thank you to Mr. Poelma and Riley Dobson for the hilarious entertainment that they brought to the show! We have amazing students and staff! GO CANES!!!

    This Sunday November 11th is Veteran’s Day.  Please be sure to thank our very own Coral Shores veterans before you leave school today.  Mr. Hughes, Mr. Catlett and Officer Jose…..thank you for your service to our country.  

    The Upper Keys Foundation is asking all students and staff to clean out your closets. The Hurricane Michael victims need many items: shoes, clothing, blankets, jackets, grooming items, food/drinks, work gloves and many more items. Please consider bringing in a bag or box of items to the library – make a difference in someone’s life and donate to help others who need it. Thank you.

    The Coral Shores High School Band is very proud to be hosting the U.S. Navy Jazz Band, “The Commodores” on November 13th, 2018. The concert begins at 7:00PM, in the Coral Shores Performing Art Center, and is free of charge.

    If you would like to pre-purchase a copy of the yearbook, the starting price is $55. Please see miss Mona in the front office for your purchase. Remember prices go up so purchase early. Thank you!!

    Happy Birthday shoutout goes out to the following canes:

     

    Michael Johnathon Signorelli

    Jeri Simone Goldberg

    Project Wisdom Words 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!!!

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Thursday, November 8th, 2018

     

    Attention all students and faculty!!

    The Faculty Talent SHOW is BACK!

    Tonight, November 8th, please come and watch your teachers perform and have some fun on stage!

     

    Our principals, office staff, Mrs. Andersen, Mrs. Wischmeier, Mrs. Dobson, Mrs. Rife, Ms. Z, Mrs. G, Total Eclipse (our teacher rock band), Mrs. Harris, Mr. Hurst, Mr. Suarez, Mrs. Ledoux, Ms. Hager and many more will be performing. We even have a couple of students performing for you also! The  cost is $5 for admission. All admission proceeds will benefit The Faculty Scholarship for deserving graduating seniors this year! The Junior class will host a bake sale and beverages before the show and during intermission. See you tonight!

     

    Attention FLVS Students,

    If you are taking an EOC course or an AP course online, please see Ms. Bedell before Thanksgiving break so that we can make sure you are on the test list.

     

     

    Reminder that Boys basketball practice is moved to 1:30 today.  Official team rosters are hanging outside of the boys locker room.

     

     

    The Upper Keys Foundation is asking all students and staff to clean out your closets. The Hurricane Michael victims need many items: shoes, clothing, blankets, jackets, grooming items, food/drinks, work gloves and many more items. Please consider bringing in a bag or box of items to the library – make a difference in someone’s life and donate to help others who need it. Thank you.

     

    This week is Key Club week. Key Club is an active community service organization at our school and around the world!. Today is random acts of kindness. Also please note that PBJ making is today after school (after early release).  What can you do to be kind to others? Pay it forward this day! Also, we will be making PBJs after school for the homeless so join us and get community service hours.

     

    The Coral Shores High School Band is very proud to be hosting the U.S. Navy Jazz Band, “The Commodores” on November 13th, 2018. The concert begins at 7:00PM, in the Coral Shores Performing Art Center, and is free of charge.

     

    If you would like to pre-purchase a copy of the yearbook, the starting price is $55. Please see miss Mona in the front office for your purchase. Remember prices go up so purchase early. Thank you!!

     

    Happy Birthday shoutout goes out to the following Canes:

     

    Yanisleidy Machado

    Coral Anne Depauw

     

    Project Wisdom Words 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

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday, November 7th, 2018

     

    Attention all students and faculty!!

    The Faculty Talent SHOW is BACK!

    On Thursday night, November 8th, please come and watch your teachers perform and have some fun on stage!

    Our principals, office staff, Mrs. Andersen, Mrs. Wischmeier, Mrs. Dobson, Mrs. Rife, Ms. Z, Mrs. G, Total Eclipse (our teacher rock band), Mrs. Harris, Mr. Hurst, Mr. Suarez, Mrs. Ledoux, Ms. Hager and many more will be performing. We even have a couple of students performing for you also! The  cost is $5 for admission. All admission proceeds will benefit The Faculty Scholarship for deserving graduating seniors this year! The Junior class will host a bake sale and beverages before the show and during intermission See you there at 7 on Thursday night!!

     

    Girls Lacrosse Pre-season Conditioning will be held every Monday and Wednesday at 6:00pm. Boys Lacrosse players welcome.

    See coach Colarusso if you have any questions!

     

     

    Congratulations to the Lady Canes Varsity Weightlifting team on their meet against Marathon this past Friday. Cara Erickson placed first, Anna Langley and Amber Stevens placed 2nd and Kaylee Jensen placed 3rd. The Lady Canes will host their next meet next week on the 15th at Coral Shores against Gulliver and Marathon.

     

    This week is Key Club week. Key Club is an active community service organization at our school and around the world!. Thursday is random acts of kindness. Also please note that PBJ making is THURSDAY after school (after early release).  What can you do to be kind to others? Pay it forward this day! Also, we will be making PBJs after school for the homeless so join us and get community service hours.

     

     

     

    The Coral Shores High School Band is very proud to be hosting the U.S. Navy Jazz Band, “The Commodores” on November 13th, 2018. The concert begins at 7:00PM, in the Coral Shores Performing Art Center, and is free of charge.

    If you would like to pre-purchase a copy of the yearbook, the starting price is $55. Please see miss Mona in the front office for your purchase. Remember prices go up so purchase early. Thank you!!

     

    Happy Birthday shootout goes out to the following canes:

     

    Nicole Marie Wapinsky

    Noel Quezada

    Stephanie Marie Rivero

     

     

     

    Project Wisdom Words of the day:

     

    Everyone has inside them a good piece of news.  The good news is you don’t know how great you can be -- How much you can love and what you can accomplish ----  Your potential is endless…

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Tuesday, November 6th, 2018

     

    Attention all students and faculty!!

    The Faculty Talent SHOW is BACK!

     

    On Thursday night November 8th please come and watch your teachers perform and have some fun on stage!

     

    Our principals, office staff, Mrs. Andersen, Mrs. Wischmeier, Mrs. Dobson, Mrs. Rife, Ms. Z, Mrs. G, Total Eclipse (our teacher rock band), Mrs. Harris, Mr. Hurst, Mr. Suarez, Mrs. Ledoux, Ms. Hager and many more will be performing. We even have a couple of students performing for you also! The  cost is $5 for admission. All admission proceeds will benefit The Faculty Scholarship for deserving graduating seniors this year! The Junior class will host a bake sale and beverages before the show and during intermission See you there at 7 on Thursday night!!

     

    Boys basketball tryouts begins today.  Tryouts will be in the gym each day starting at 4:30 PM

     

    Newspaper Club is looking for more photographers, writers and editors. If you are interested in either photography, writing, or taking on a leadership role with Hurricane Watch, come to Newspaper Club after school Tuesday in Ms. Susa’s classroom, 4-223.

     

    Congratulations to our Hurricane football team for and awesome game Friday night under the lights against Boca Raton Christian winning 39 to 7. The canes end the season with a record of 7 and 3. Great job Canes.

     

     

    This week is Key Club week. Key Club is an active community service organization at our school and around the world! Tomorrow is Kudos to the Key Players, meaning all the teachers and staff at our school that make a difference in your lives daily! We encourage you to let them know you appreciate them by writing a special note to say thank you. Thursday is random acts of kindness. What can you do to be kind to others? Pay it forward this day! Also, we will be making PBJs after school for the homeless so join us and get community service hours.

     

     

    If anyone is interested in participating in our schools mock Trial Team, regular practice will be every Tuesday after school in Mr. Grimes room 1-207.

     

    The Coral Shores High School Band is very proud to be hosting the U.S. Navy Jazz Band, “The Commodores” on November 13th, 2018. The concert begins at 7:00PM, in the Coral Shores Performing Art Center, and is free of charge.

     

    If you would like to pre-purchase a copy of the yearbook, the starting price is $55. Please see miss Mona in the front office for your purchase. Remember prices go up so purchase early. Thank you!!

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

     Monday, November 5th, 2018

     

    Attention all students and faculty!!

     

    The Faculty Talent SHOW is BACK!

     

    On Thursday night November 8th please come and watch your teachers perform and have some fun on stage!

     

    Our principals, office staff, Mrs. Andersen, Mrs. Wischmeier, Mrs. Dobson, Mrs. Rife, Ms. Z, Mrs. G, Total Eclipse (our teacher rock band), Mrs. Harris, Mr. Hurst, Mr. Suarez, Mrs. Ledeu, Ms. Hager and many more will be performing. We even have a couple of students performing for you also! The  cost is $5 for admission. All admission proceeds will benefit The Faculty Scholarship for deserving graduating seniors this year! The Junior class will host a bake sale and beverages before the show and during intermission See you there at 7 on Thursday night!!

     

    Boys basketball tryouts begins today.  Tryouts will be in the gym each day starting at 4:30 PM

     

    Congratulations to Josh Prince, who became the first Microsoft Office Specialist in the Upper Keys on Friday when he passed his Excel test.  Josh will receive $500 for his efforts!  He can still earn $250 more dollars when he becomes a Microsoft Office Master.  Nice job Josh!

     

     

    Thirteen other students passed their certification tests on Friday. Congrats to:  Alyssa Aguiar,  Daniel Gideon,  Jennifer Setchell, Lily Costa, Ryan De La Torre, Ben Zelada, and  Joel Zelada who all passed their Word tests and Robbie Valenzuela, Jason Kaczka, Javier Correa who passed PowerPoint.

     

     

     

    Madeline Langley and Anna Langley became the first Hurricanes to earn their Adobe PhotoShop certifications this year.

     

    Miguel Quesada earned his second Microsoft Technology Associate Certificate in HTML5 Application Development Fundamentals.

     

                                                                                                                                       

     

    Congratulations to our Hurricane football team for and awesome game Friday night under the lights against Boca Raton Christian winning 39 to 7. The canes end the season with a record of 7 and 3 great job Canes.

     

    This week is Key Club week. Key Club is an active community service organization at our school and around the world! Tomorrow is Kudos to the Key Players, meaning all the teachers and staff at our school that make a difference in your lives daily! We encourage you to let them know you appreciate them by writing a special note to say thank you. Thursday is random acts of kindness. What can you do to be kind to others? Pay it forward this day! Also, we will be making PBJs after school for the homeless so join us and get community service hours.

     

     

     

    If anyone is interested in participating in our schools mock Trial Team, regular practices will be starting next week every Tuesday after school in Mr. Grimes room 1-207.

     

    The Coral Shores High School Band is very proud to be hosting the U.S. Navy Jazz Band, “The Commodores” on November 13th, 2018. The concert begins at 7:00PM, in the Coral Shores Performing Art Center, and is free of charge.

     

    If you would like to pre-purchase a copy of the yearbook, the starting price is $55. Please see Ms Mona in the front office for your purchase. Remember prices go up so purchase early. Thank you!!

    Happy Birthday shout out goes out to the following Canes:

     

    Kevin Raul Perez-Cabrera

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcement

    Thursday, November 1, 2018

     

    Please come out to cheer on our football team vs. Boca Raton Christian tomorrow night game starts at 7pm on our home field.

     

    Boys basketball tryouts will be the week of November 5th.  Tryouts will be in the gym each day starting at 4:30 PM.

     

    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 4204.

     

     

    Hurricane Michael hit Panama City and several other cities leaving many with major damage to their homes and many have nothing left. Let’s pay it forward and help others who are in need. All donations can be dropped off to the Media Center. These are the items in need: bottled water, tarps, toilet paper, deodorant, soap, work gloves, towels, clothes of all sizes, shoes of all sizes and nonperishable food.  Let’s make a difference in someone’s life and give to others.

     

     

    The Coral Shores High School Band is very proud to be hosting the U.S. Navy Jazz Band, “The Commodores” on November 13th, 2018. The concert begins at 7:00PM, in the Coral Shores Performing Art Center, and is free of charge.

     

     

    All Students interested in Girl Lacrosse:

     

    Preseason Conditioning will be held every Monday and Wednesday at 6pm on the practice field. See coach Colarusso for more details.

     

     

    If you would like to pre-purchase a copy of the yearbook, the starting price is $55. Please see miss Mona in the front office for your purchase. Remember prices go up so purchase early. Thank you!!

     

    Happy Birthday shout out goes out to the following Canes:

     

    Kevin Gabriel, Leon Gonzalez

    George Robert Cuetara

    Daniel Dayton Pease

    Project Wisdom Words 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.

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday,  October 31, 2018

     

    Please come out Friday to cheer on our Football team vs. Boca Raton Christian game starts at 7pm on our home field.

     

    Boys basketball tryouts will be the week of November 5th.  Tryouts will be in the gym each day starting at 4:30 PM.

     

    Hurricane Michael hit Panama City and several other cities leaving many with major damage to their homes and many have nothing left. Let’s pay it forward and help others who are in need. All donations can be dropped off to the Media Center. These are the items in need: bottled water, tarps, toilet paper, deodorant, soap, work gloves, towels, clothes of all sizes, shoes of all sizes and nonperishable food.  Let’s make a difference in someone’s life and give to others.

     

    The Coral Shores High School Band is very proud to be hosting the U.S. Navy Jazz Band, “The Commodores” on November 13th, 2018. The concert begins at 7:00PM, in the Coral Shores Performing Art Center, and is free of charge.

     

    All Students interested in Girl Lacrosse:

     

    Preseason Conditioning will be held every Monday and Wednesday at 6pm on the practice field. See coach Colarusso for more details.

     

    If you would like to pre-purchase a copy of the yearbook, the starting price is $55. Please see miss Liz in the front office for your purchase. Remember prices go up so purchase early. Thank you!!

     

    Happy Birthday shout out goes out to the following canes:

     

    Jacquelyn Lorraine Wiktorek

    Ruben Schneider Castellano Castro

     

    Project Wisdom Words 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!!

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

     Tuesday,  October 30, 2018

     

    Girls Soccer Tryouts are October 22 through October 30 at the High School Soccer Practice Fields.  Remember to have your Athletic Packet Completed and turned in to Coach Campa prior to Tryouts.

     

    Seniors without a first period needs to come to school at 8:00 tomorrow for the early release day.

     

    Boys basketball tryouts will be the week of November 5th.  Tryouts will be in the gym each day starting at 4:30 PM.

     

    Newspaper Club is looking for more photographers, writers and editors. If you are interested in either photography, writing, or taking on a leadership role with Hurricane Watch, come to Newspaper Club after school in Ms. Susa’s classroom, 4-223.

     

    Hurricane Michael hit Panama City and several other cities leaving many with major damage to their homes and many have nothing left. Let’s pay it forward and help others who are in need. All donations can be dropped off to the Media Center. These are the items in need: bottled water, tarps, toilet paper, deodorant, soap, work gloves, towels, clothes of all sizes, shoes of all sizes and nonperishable food.  Let’s make a difference in someone’s life and give to others.

     

    The Coral Shores High School Band is very proud to be hosting the U.S. Navy Jazz Band, “The Commodores” on November 13th, 2018. The concert begins at 7:00PM, in the Coral Shores Performing Art Center, and is free of charge.

     

    Seniors! Please turn in baby pictures & senior quotes by Oct 30th. Turn them into Miss Mona in the office, if you have any questions ask Genessa Miranda.

     

    All Students interested in Girl Lacrosse:

     

    Preseason Conditioning will be held every Monday and Wednesday at 6pm on the practice field. See Coach Colarusso for more details.

     

    “They hear you, they hunt you!” Hide out in the PAC for Halloween Movie Night, a spooky fundraiser featuring… “A Quiet Place.” The movie starts at 7PM  Tonight, October 30th. Tickets are $7 at the door and $5 pre-sale.

     

     

    The International Thespian Society is getting ready to have its second annual 24 Hour Play Festival.  Students who want to participate in the Festival need to bring the $25 participation fee to Ms. Z as soon as possible because only 25 participants are allowed.  Students will arrive to the school at 8pm on Friday, November 9th, and their performance will begin at 7pm in the PAC on Saturday. 

    Auditions for the Drama Club’s spring musical The Little Mermaid will be Monday and Tuesday November 5th and 6th right after school in the PAC. 

     

    We have free tickets available for the Ford Ecoboost 400 on Sunday, November 18th.  Tickets are available at the front office.

     

    On Wednesdays we wear pink for Breast Cancer!   Show your support for Breast Cancer Awareness and wear pink on 10/31.  Students can donate money in their 6th period class to the Cancer Foundation of the Florida Keys.

    If you would like to pre-purchase a copy of the yearbook, the starting price is $55. Please see miss Liz in the front office for your purchase. Remember prices go up so purchase early. Thank you!!

    Happy Birthday shout out goes out to the following canes:

     

    Lucas G Dennis

    Asher Royle Cunningham

    Project Wisdom Words 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!

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Monday, October 29, 2018

     

    Girls Soccer Tryouts are October 22 through October 30 at the High School Soccer Practice Fields.  Remember to have your Athletic Packet Completed and turned in to Coach Campa prior to Tryouts.

     

    Boys basketball tryouts will be the week of November 5th.  Tryouts will be in the gym each day starting at 4:30 PM.

     

    Newspaper Club is looking for more photographers, writers and editors. If you are interested in either photography, writing, or taking on a leadership role with Hurricane Watch, come to Newspaper Club after school in Ms. Susa’s classroom, 4-223.

     

    Hurricane Michael hit Panama City and several other cities leaving many with major damage to their homes and many have nothing left. Let’s pay it forward and help others who are in need. All donations can be dropped off to the Media Center. These are the items in need: bottled water, tarps, toilet paper, deodorant, soap, work gloves, towels, clothes of all sizes, shoes of all sizes and nonperishable food.  Let’s make a difference in someone’s life and give to others.

     

    The Coral Shores High School Band is very proud to be hosting the U.S. Navy Jazz Band, “The Commodores” on November 13th, 2018. The concert begins at 7:00PM, in the Coral Shores Performing Art Center, and is free of charge.

     

    Seniors! Please turn in baby pictures & senior quotes by Oct 30th. Turn them into Miss Mona in the office, if you have any questions ask Genessa Miranda.

     

    Girls Lacrosse meeting directly after school today in the classroom next to boys locker room!

     

     

    Pre Season Practice will be held everyday Monday and Wednesday at 6pm on the practice field. See coach Colarusso for more details.

     

     

    “They hear you, they hunt you!” Hide out in the PAC for Halloween Movie Night, a spooky fundraiser featuring… “A Quiet Place.” The movie starts at 7PM on Tuesday, October 30th, the night before Halloween. Tickets are $7 at the door and $5 pre-sale.

     

    The International Thespian Society is getting ready to have its second annual 24 Hour Play Festival.  Students who want to participate in the Festival need to bring the $25 participation fee to Ms. Z as soon as possible because only 25 participants are allowed.  Students will arrive to the school at 8pm on Friday, November 9th, and their performance will begin at 7pm in the PAC on Saturday. 

     

    Auditions for the Drama Club’s spring musical The Little Mermaid will be Monday and Tuesday November 5th and 6th right after school in the PAC. 

     

    We have free tickets available for the Ford Ecoboost 400 on Sunday, November 18th.  Tickets are available at the front office.

     

    If you would like to pre-purchase a copy of the yearbook, the starting price is $55. Please see miss Liz in the front office for your purchase. Remember prices go up so purchase early. Thank you!!

     

    Happy Birthday shout out goes out to the following canes:

     

    Kevin Oscar Lopez

    Coral Diane Dimartino

    David Jeremiah

    Madelyn Mae Rivera

    Amelia Silvia Lamadrid

    Moses Craig belcher

    Project Wisdom Words 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!

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Thursday, October 25, 2018

     

    Girls Soccer Tryouts are October 22 through October 30 at the High School Soccer Practice Fields.  Remember to have your Athletic Packet Completed and turned in to Coach Campa prior to Tryouts.

     

    Boys basketball tryouts will be the week of November 5th.  Tryouts will be in the gym each day starting at 4:30 PM.

     

    All Volleyball players are required to hand in their uniforms, warm ups and UKF community service hours paper (this is a different paper than the schools community service paper) – all needs to be handed in to  Coach by Friday. Please see Coach Ets-Hokin to be released to the next sport. The volleyball banquet is scheduled for next week Nov. 1st 6-8pm. See Coach Ets-Hokin for more details.

     

    Seniors! Please turn in baby pictures & senior quotes by Oct 30th. Turn them into Miss Mona in the office, if you have any questions ask Genessa Miranda.

     

    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 Mrs. Wischmeier if you have any questions. 

     

     

    Students interested in girls lacrosse:

    An athlete only meeting will be held Monday Monday October 29th directly after school.

    See coach Colarusso for more details.

     

     

    Tomorrow Wednesday October 24th will be the first captains’ practice starting at 6pm on the practice field.

     

    “They hear you, they hunt you!” Hide out in the PAC for Halloween Movie Night, a spooky fundraiser featuring… “A Quiet Place.” The movie starts at 7PM on Tuesday, October 30th, the night before Halloween. There will be pizza and drinks for concession. Tickets are $7 at the door and $5 pre-sale. You can buy tickets pre-sale at the PAC or in the Main Office.

     

    The International Thespian Society is getting ready to have its second annual 24 Hour Play Festival.  Students who want to participate in the Festival need to bring the $25 participation fee to Ms. Z as soon as possible because only 25 participants are allowed.  Students will arrive to the school at 8pm on Friday, November 9th, and their performance will begin at 7pm in the PAC on Septenber 10th in the PAC. 

     

     

    Auditions for the Drama Club’s spring musical The Little Mermaid will be Monday and Tuesday November 5th and 6th right after school in the PAC.  See Ms.Z if you have any questions about expectations for the show or audition dates.  Performances will be March 29 -31 and April 5 -6.  We hope to see you there

     

    Ms Z also needs the next $200 down payment for the NYC trip by October 31st. 

     

    Happy Birthday shout out goes out to the following Canes:

     

    Alejandro Chairez Ramos

    Elijah Antonio Blanco

    Raul Sanchez

     

    Happy Belated Birthday goes out to the following canes:

     

    Isaiah Dorrell Sanders

    Niomi Rose Garcia

    Vincent James Biondoletti

    Sean Platt

    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

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements     

    Tuesday, October 23rd, 2018

     

    Attention NMSI students from last year—your award checks have arrived! If you passed one or more of your AP NMSI tests last year, please see our bookkeeper, Ms. Liz during lunch or after school to pick up your check.

     

    Please be reminded that picture day retakes and senior photos is Wednesday October 24th from 7:30-12:30. All seniors need to have their pictures taken for id purposes. Instructions will be given on the time students will report to the PAC Center to have their pictures taken. Please note that this is only for seniors, students who were absent and for students who did not like their pics. Also you will have to bring the picture you do not like to get a pass for retakes.

     

    Girls Soccer Tryouts are October 22 through October 30 at the High School Soccer Practice Fields.  Remember to have your Athletic Packet Completed and turned in to Coach Campa prior to Tryouts”

     

    Wednesday, October 24 is UNITY DAY.  “Create a world without bullying”.  Let’s wear orange to be part of Coral Shores antibulllying campaign.

    On Friday, November 2nd at Marker 88 from 3-6pm there will be a Freshmen Mixer. This event will be held on the beach and include food, drinks, inflatables, paddle boards, & Kayaks. EVERY CHILD MUST RETURN A PARENT/GUARDIAN SIGNED WAIVER TO USE THE PADDLEBOARDS AND KAYAKS. Waivers must be returned no later than Wednesday, Oct 31. Wristbands will be distributed to the individuals who turn in a signed waiver at the event. We hope to see everyone there!

     

    Hurricane Watch, our online school newspaper, is looking for more writers and editors. If you’re interested in being an editor, writer, or photographer for coralshoresnews.com, come to Newspaper Club in Ms. Susa’s room 4-223 after school Today.

     

    Boys basketball tryouts will be the week of November 5th.  Tryouts will be in the gym each day starting at 4:30 PM.

     

    Seniors! Please turn in baby pictures & senior quotes by Oct 30th. Turn them into Miss Mona in the office, if you have any questions ask Genessa Miranda.

     

    Students interested in girls lacrosse:

     

    An athlete only meeting will be held Monday Monday October 29th directly after school.

    See coach Colarusso for more details.

     

    Tomorrow Wednesday October 24th will be the first captains’ practice starting at 6pm on the practice field.

     

     

     

    “They hear you, they hunt you!” Hide out in the PAC for Halloween Movie Night, a spooky fundraiser featuring… “A Quiet Place.” The movie starts at 7PM on Tuesday, October 30th, the night before Halloween. There will be pizza and drinks for concession. Tickets are $7 at the door and $5 pre-sale. You can buy tickets pre-sale at the PAC or in the Main Office.

     

    Students… are you looking for volunteer hours? If so, the Not So Spooky Halloween event is looking for volunteers to help with face painting, set up, take down, pumpkin painting, games and crafts on 10/25 and 10/26.   Please see Nurse Shannon to sign up.

     

    Happy Birthday shout out goes out to the following canes:

     

    Skylynn Tiki Lindback

    Benjamin Thomas Whittle

    Isabella Marin Olsen

    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!

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Monday, October 22, 2018

     

    Attention NMSI students from last year—your award checks have arrived! If you passed one or more of your AP NMSI tests last year, please see our bookkeeper, Ms. Liz during lunch or after school to pick up your check.

     

    Girls Soccer Tryouts are October 22 through October 30 at the High School Soccer Practice Fields.  Remember to have your Athletic Packet Completed and turned in to Coach Campa prior to Tryouts.

     

    Wednesday, October 24 is UNITY DAY.  “Create a world without bullying”.  Let’s wear orange to be part of Coral Shores antibulllying campaign.

     

    Boys soccer tryouts starts today at 3pm.

     

    Hurricane Watch, our online school newspaper, is looking for more writers and editors. If you’re interested in being an editor, writer, or photographer for coralshoresnews.com, come to Newspaper Club in Ms. Susa’s room 4-223 after school Tuesday.

     

    Boys basketball tryouts will be the week of November 5th.  Tryouts will be in the gym each day starting at 4:30 PM.

     

    Seniors get your Grad Bash deposit to Mrs. Rife or Ms. Liz ASAP!! Bus is filling up and the 1st deadline is right around the corner! Remember 1st 60 students to turn in deposit before the 1st deadline will get to choose his/her bus with friends!! Get your friends together and pay your deposit!!!

     

    Students… are you looking for volunteer hours? If so, the Not So Spooky Halloween event is looking for volunteers to help with face painting, set up, take down, pumpkin painting, games and crafts on 10/25 and 10/26.   Please see Nurse Shannon to sign up.

     

    Please be reminded that picture day retakes and senior photos isWednesday October 24th from 7:30-12:30. Instructions will be given on the time students will report to the PAC Center to have their pictures taken. Please note that this is only for seniors, students who were absent and for students who did not like their pics. Also you will have to bring the picture you do not like to get a pass for retakes.

     

    Happy Birthday shout out goes out to the following canes:

     

    Karli Marie Richard

    Kyle Jason Richards

    Emme Michelle Santayana

    Benjamin Thomas Whittle

    Project Wisdom Words 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. 

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday October 19 th, 2018

     

    Attention NMSI students from last year—your award checks have arrived! If you passed one or more of your AP NMSI tests last year, please see our bookkeeper, Ms. Liz during lunch or after school to pick up your check.

     

     

    Reminder for anyone interested in joining Unicef, there will be a meeting today Friday October 19th in Mrs. Welch’s room after school.

     

     

    Boys soccer tryouts start Monday the 22nd, 3pm.

     

     

    Seniors get your Grad Bash deposit to Mrs. Rife or Ms. Liz ASAP!! Bus is filling up and the 1st deadline is right around the corner! Remember 1st 60 students to turn in deposit before the 1st deadline will get to choose his/her bus with friends!! Get your friends together and pay your deposit!!!

     

    Students… are you looking for volunteer hours? If so, the Not So Spooky Halloween event is looking for volunteers to help with face painting, set up, take down, pumpkin painting, games and crafts on 10/25 and 10/26.   Please see Nurse Shannon to sign up.

     

    Please be reminded that picture day retakes and senior photos is October 24th from 7:30-12:30. Instructions will be given on the time students will report to the PAC Center to have their pictures taken. Please note that this is only for seniors, students who were absent and for students who did not like their pics. Also you will have to bring the picture you do not like to get a pass for retakes.

     

     

    Happy Birthday shout out goes out to the following canes:

     

    Jade Sky Tyler

    Project Wisdom Words 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.

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday,  October 17th, 2018

    Last night the Lady Canes fell in the district playoffs against Westminster Christian.  They played hard and tried their best. All volleyball players are reminded to hand in their uniforms, warm ups and community service hours paperwork to Coach Ets-Hokin by this Friday to be released to the next sport. We would like to thank all the teachers/staff, administrators ,students, trainer, and parents who came out to support our team this season

    Please be reminded that picture day retakes and senior photos is October 24th from 7:30-12:30. Instructions will be sent to teachers on the time students will report to PAC center to have their pictures taken.

     

    Happy Birthday shout out goes out to the following canes:

     

    Anna Langley

    Hailey Allison Kent

    Alyssa Nicole Webb

     

     

    Project Wisdom Words 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!

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Tuesday,  October 16th, 2018

     

    Congratulations to the following students who passed their certification tests in PowerPoint including: 

    Alyssa Aguiar,  Caitlyn Casariego,  Alain Rodriguesz-Diaz,   Laira Gomer,  Luke Gutierrez,  Kaylee Jensen,  Michela Kidd,  Lilia Lopez,  Rachel Machado,  Nathaniel Pontefract,  Hunter Prew,   and Jennifer Setchell. 

     

    Additionally, Dylan Nason and  Josh Prince both passed their 2nd test in Word.    Bernardo Burga passed both PowerPoint and Word tests in one day. 

     

    Miguel Quezada passed his first Microsoft Technology Associate certification test in Introduction to Programming using HTML and CSS.

     

    Attention Girls Varsity Weightlifting team –there is no practice today. We have practice tomorrow right after school. Please see Mrs. Erin King if you have any questions.

     

     

    Happy Birthday shout out goes out to the following canes:

     

    Benjamin Aaron Zelada

    Alexis Aryanna Terry

     

     

    Project Wisdom Words 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…

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Tuesday,  October 9th, 2018

     

    “Attention all Coral Shores students who traveled with the Experiment in International Living and the UCLA LEAP program this past summer. There will be a meeting afterschool in the  Media Center at 2:35pm on Today.. All students who traveled should attend this meeting. Please see Ms. Erin King in room 1-202 if you have any questions.”

     Thank you!

     

    Tomorrow 9th-llth graders and some seniors will take the PSAT or SAT. Students will receive a reminder testing sheet today in sixth period. Testers will also be notified of their locations. Seniors who are not testing were notified Thursday. Please bring two sharpened no.2 pencils and a calculator. You should also bring a snack and a bottle of water. Arrive on  time!!

     

    Due to the poor weather Powderpuff Football was cancelled last night and will be rescheduled at a later date.  

     

    Please come support the Lady Canes today as they take on Mater Academy for their Senior Night and last game of their regular season. JV plays at 4:00 and we will honor the Seniors in between the JV and Varsity game then – the varsity game starts at 5:30.

     

     Teachers at this time please have ALL  students vote for Homecoming King and Queen. 

    Mrs. Haddad and Ms. Rosenow will be coming to your classroom before the end of 6th period today to collect your envelopes.

     

     

    There will be a very important meeting on Wednesday, October 10, for EVERYONE interested in going out for girls soccer this year.  The meeting will be held right after school in room 2-109….that’s the classroom right next to the boys locker room.  Again, everyone interest in playing girls soccer –varsity and JV—please plan to meet right after school on Wednesday, October 10.  See you there.

     

    The Grammy’s are here for Homecoming week.   Get your outfits ready!

    Wednesday: Favorite Era of Music ie. 50’s, 60, 70’s 80’s

    Thursday: Formal vs. Fans-where your red carpet formal dress or suit or dress as paparazzi and crazy fans

    Friday: Green and Gold Day

     

    Donate your old sneakers and earn Hurricane Cash for every pair that you bring in to the library, Mrs. Thiery’s room, Ms. Rosenow’s room, or the office.  Your donation will also help Key Largo School Safety Patrols.  One person’s trash is another person’s treasure, so clean out your closets!!!

     

     

    Homecoming tickets will continue to be sold this week during both lunches for $10.  You will be unable to purchase a ticket if you have textbook or library obligations so please visit the ticket window early to find that out. 

     

     

     

    Happy Birthday shout out goes out to the following 'Canes:

     

    Joseph Edward Stubblefield

     

    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.

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Monday,  October 8, 2018

     

    “Attention all Coral Shores students who traveled with the Experiment in International Living and the UCLA LEAP program this past summer. There will be a meeting afterschool in the  Media Center at 2:35pm on Tuesday, October 9th. All students who traveled should attend this meeting. Please see Ms. Erin King in room 1-202 if you have any questions.”

     

    Thank you!

    This week, 9th-llth graders and some seniors will take the PSAT or SAT. Students will receive a reminder testing sheet tomorrow October 9th in sixth period. Testers will be notified tomorrow of their testing locations. Seniors who are not testing were notified Thursday.

     

    October is Attendance Awareness Month.  Ms. Jaime in Attendance and Ms. Trish in PBIS would like to award those with perfect attendance each day during the week of October 8th through October 12th with a City Hall gift card.  Make sure you are on time each day so you have a chance to win lunch or dinner on us!   One winner will be announced each day during 6th period announcements.

     

     

    The stairwells and your outfits look great today.  Please continue to support your class by coming to see the ladies play Powderpuff Football; tonight's game has been postponed due to weather.  Don’t forget tomorrow is rappers vs. rockers.  

    There will be a very important meeting on Wednesday, October 10, for EVERYONE interested in going out for girls soccer this year.  The meeting will be held right after school in room 2-109….that’s the classroom right next to the boys locker room.  Again, everyone interest in playing girls soccer –varsity and JV—please plan to meet right after school on Wednesday, October 10.  See you there.

    The Grammy’s are at Coral Shores for Homecoming week:   Get your outfits ready!

     

    Tuesday: Rappers vs. Rockers

     

    Wednesday: Favorite Era of Music ie. 50’s, 60, 70’s 80’s

     

    Thursday: Formal vs. Fans-where your red carpet formal dress or suit or dress as paparazzi and crazy fans

     

    Friday: Green and Gold Day

     

    Donate your old sneakers and earn Hurricane Cash for every pair that you bring in to the library, Mrs. Thiery’s room, Ms. Rosenow’s room, or the office.  Your donation will also help Key Largo School Safety Patrols.  One person’s trash is another person’s treasure, so clean out your closets!!!

     

     

    It’s time to get into shape and learn some self-defense. Students interested in wrestling this year can sign up in front office. We will have our first meeting Today October 8th in front of the gymnasium directly after school.

     

     

    Homecoming tickets will continue to be sold this week during both lunches for $10.  You will be unable to purchase a ticket if you have textbook or library obligations so please visit the ticket window early to find that out. 

     

     

     

     

     

    Happy Birthday shout out goes out to the following canes:

     

    Krystopher Brian Velunza

     

    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…

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday, October 5, 2018

     

    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 4204.

     

    Next week, 9th-llth graders and some seniors will take the PSAT or SAT. We will be prebubbling answer sheets on Monday right after 1st period. You will receive notification in 1st period about where to report for this. Students absent from bubbling will complete theirs during lunch on Monday or Tuesday.

     

     On Wednesday, testers will report directly to their testing location by 7:35.

     

    Seniors who are not testing will be notified of their reporting times for Monday and Wednesday.

     

    October 9th- Tuesday will be the Lady Canes last regular season match – we play Mater Academy for Senior Night. The JV team plays at 4:00 and Varsity at 5:30 – come support the Lady Canes and celebrate our Seniors last home.

     

    September is Attendance Awareness Month.  Ms. Jaime in Attendance and Ms. Trish in PBIS would like to award those with perfect attendance each day during the week of October 8th through October 12th with a City Hall gift card.  Make sure you are on time each day so you have a chance to win lunch or dinner on us!   One winner will be announced each day during 6th period announcements.

     

     

    There will be a very important meeting on Wednesday, October 10, for EVERYONE interested in going out for girls soccer this year.  The meeting will be held right after school in room 2-109….that’s the classroom right next to the boys locker room.  Again, everyone interest in playing girls soccer –varsity and JV—please plan to meet right after school on Wednesday, October 10.  See you there.

     

    The Grammy’s are coming to Coral Shores for Homecoming next week.   Get your outfits ready!

     

    Monday: Class Color Day

     

    Tuesday: Rappers vs. Rockers

     

    Wednesday: Favorite Era of Music ie. 50’s, 60, 70’s 80’s

     

    Thursday: Formal vs. Fans-where your red carpet formal dress or suit or dress as paparazzi and crazy fans

     

    Friday: Green and Gold Day

     

    Donate your old sneakers and earn Hurricane Cash for every pair that you bring in to the library, Mrs. Thiery’s room, Ms. Rosenow’s room, or the office.  Your donation will also help Key Largo School Safety Patrols.  One person’s trash is another person’s treasure, so clean out your closets!!!

     

     

    It’s time to get into shape and learn some self-defense. Students interested in wrestling this year can sign up in front office. We will have our first meeting Monday October 8th in front of the gymnasium directly after school.

     

    Homecoming Dance tickets are on sale now.  Purchase your tickets this week or next during lunch and only pay $5.  If you wait until the week of Homecoming, tickets will go up to $10.  Outside guests are $10 and require a completed waiver form.  Forms are available online and in the ticket window

     

    If you are bringing a non-Coral Shores student as your guest, you must get a guest waiver and return it to the ticket window no later than Friday October 5th.   Waivers are online and available during lunch at the ticket window.

    Happy Birthday shout out goes out to the following Canes:

     

    Lauren Ashley Hutchings

    Kaylee Amber Jensen

    Kaya Morgan Sena

    Pbis Snapchat drawing goes to:

    Taniyah Cooper and Ava Swanson

     

    The snapchat said:

     

    SMILE-IT LOOKS GREAT ON SOMEONE LIKE YOU!

     

    Come see Ms. Trish by the Media Center 4-101K for your gift cards!

    Thank you girls for sharing a nice message!!

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Thursday, October 4, 2018

     

    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 4204.

     

    Next week, 9th-llth graders and some seniors will take the PSAT or SAT. We will be prebubbling answer sheets on Monday right after 1st period. You will receive notification in 1st period about where to report for this. Students absent from bubbling will complete theirs during lunch on Monday or Tuesday.

    On Wednesday, testers will report directly to their testing location by 7:35.

    Seniors who are not testing will be notified of their reporting times for Monday and Wednesday.

     

    September is Attendance Awareness Month.  Ms. Jaime in Attendance and Ms. Trish in PBIS would like to award those with perfect attendance each day during the week of October 8th through October 12th with a City Hall gift card.  Make sure you are on time each day so you have a chance to win lunch or dinner on us!   One winner will be announced each day during 6th period announcements.

     

     

     The Lady Canes will be playing  today against Colonial Christian- JV 4:00 and Varsity at 5:30  at home– students and teachers are free – come cheer on the Lady Canes!!

     

     

    There will be a very important meeting on Wednesday, October 10, for EVERYONE interested in going out for girls soccer this year.  The meeting will be held right after school in room 2-109….that’s the classroom right next to the boys locker room.  Again, everyone interest in playing girls soccer –varsity and JV—please plan to meet right after school on Wednesday, October 10.  See you there.

     

    The Grammy’s are coming to Coral Shores for Homecoming next week.   Get your outfits ready!

    Monday: Class Color Day

     

    Tuesday: Rappers vs. Rockers

     

    Wednesday: Favorite Era of Music ie. 50’s, 60, 70’s 80’s

     

    Thursday: Formal vs. Fans-where your red carpet formal dress or suit or dress as paparazzi and crazy fans

     

    Friday: Green and Gold Day

     

    The Pbis Court yard games are for all students to enjoy-

    Please respect the games and not intentionally destroy them.  We are hoping to have years of fun with them! 

     Be on the lookout for a portable basketball hoop for more enjoyment!

     Thanks for your cooperation.

     

    It’s time to get into shape and learn some self-defense. Students interested in wrestling this year can sign up in front office. We will have our first meeting Monday October 8th in front of the gymnasium directly after school.

     

    Homecoming Dance tickets are on sale now.  Purchase your tickets this week or next during lunch and only pay $5.  If you wait until the week of Homecoming, tickets will go up to $10.  Outside guests are $10 and require a completed waiver form.  Forms are available online and in the ticket window.

     

    If you are bringing a non-Coral Shores student as your guest, you must get a guest waiver and return it to the ticket window no later than Friday October 5th.   Waivers are online and available during lunch at the ticket window.

     

    Birthday shout out goes out to the following hurricane:

     Carly Morada Lindback

     

     Pbis Snapchat drawing goes to:

    Taniyah Cooper and Ava Swanson

     

    The snapchat said:

     

    SMILE-IT LOOKS GREAT ON SOMEONE LIKE YOU!

     

    Come see Ms. Trish by the Media Center 4-101K for your gift cards!

    Thank you girls for sharing a nice message!!

     

    Project Wisdom thought of the Day

     

     Don’t worry be Happy

    In today’s world, too many of us spend far too much time worrying about how to get more and better things.

    Students ---stop to consider that it's easy to get stressed when we forget what's truly important —enjoying what we have with the people we love

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday, October 3, 2018

     

    The Special Olympics club is going to meet Today Wednesday, October 3 at 2:35 in Mrs. Ruiz’s room 2-202.

     

    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 4204.

     

    The Lady Canes Volleyball team won 3 straight sets last night for the win over Pinecrest Prep. Carly Lindback and Riley Dobson both had 10 kills. Keely Flanagan had 15 digs and Camryn Ets-Hokin had 10 assists. The Lady Canes will be playing on Thursday against Colonial Christian- JV 4:00 and Varsity at 5:30 – students and teachers are free – come cheer on the Lady Canes Thursday.

     

    There will be a very important meeting on Wednesday, October 10,  for EVERYONE interested in going out for girls soccer this year.  The meeting will be held right after school in room 2-109….that’s the classroom right next to the boys locker room.  Again, everyone interest in playing girls soccer –varsity and JV—please plan to meet right after school on Wednesday, October 10.  See you there.

     

    The ASVAB Military Entrance Exam will be given on Nov. 9th.

    This is a free test for any 10th-12th graders who wish to take it. There is no commitment whatsoever to join the military just because you took this test. Sign up with Ms. Harris.

     

     

    Seniors! You can start applying for FREE money for college! Please register at FAFSA.gov. Your parents will need to fill most of this application out. 80% of all students receive somewhere between 0-$7,500 per year that you do not need to pay back! Register TODAY!

     

     

    The Grammy’s are coming to Coral Shores for Homecoming next week.   Get your outfits ready!

     

    Monday: Class Color Day

     

    Tuesday: Rappers vs. Rockers

     

    Wednesday: Favorite Era of Music ie. 50’s, 60, 70’s 80’s

    Thursday: Formal vs. Fans-where your red carpet formal

    dress or suit or dress as paparazzi and crazy fans

     

    Friday: Green and Gold Day

     

    The Pbis Court yard games are for all students to enjoy-

    Please respect the games and not intentionally destroy them.  We are hoping to have years of fun with them! 

     Be on the lookout for a portable basketball hoop for more enjoyment!

     

    Thanks for your cooperation.

     

    It’s time to get into shape and learn some self-defense. Students interested in wrestling this year can sign up in front office. We will have our first meeting Monday October 8th in front of the gymnasium directly after school

    .

    Homecoming Dance tickets are on sale now.  Purchase your tickets this week or next during lunch and only pay $5.  If you wait until the week of Homecoming, tickets will go up to $10.  Outside guests are $10 and require a completed waiver form.  Forms are available online and in the ticket window.

     

    If you are bringing a non-Coral Shores student as your guest, you must get a guest waiver and return it to the ticket window no later than Friday October 5th.   Waivers are online and available during lunch at the ticket window.

    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.

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    October 2nd, 2018

     

    The Special Olympics club is going to meet on Wednesday, October 3 at 2:35 in Mrs. Ruiz’s room 2-202.

     

    Please come support the Lady Canes today as they take on Pinecrest Prep – JV plays at 4:00 and Varsity at 5:30- Go Lady Canes!

    The ASVAB Military Entrance Exam will be given on Nov. 9th.

    This is a free test for any 10th-12th graders who wish to take it. There is no commitment whatsoever to join the military just because you took this test. Sign up with Ms. Harris.

     

    Seniors! You can start applying for FREE money for college! Please register at FAFSA.gov. Your parents will need to fill most of this application out. 80% of all students receive somewhere between 0-$7,500 per year that you do not need to pay back! Register TODAY!

     

    The Grammy’s are coming to Coral Shores for Homecoming next week.   Get your outfits ready!

    Monday: Class Color Day

    Tuesday: Rappers vs. Rockers

    Wednesday: Favorite Era of Music ie. 50’s, 60, 70’s 80’s

    Thursday: Formal vs. Fans-where your red carpet formal dress or suit or dress as paparazzi and crazy fans

    Friday: Green and Gold Day

    Powderpuff practice is tonight from 6-7pm.   Players and coaches, please remember to bring your own footballs.

    Newspaper club will meet today (Tuesday) after school in Ms. Susa’s classroom. Anyone interested in writing for Hurricane Watch or holding an editor position should come to Ms. Susa’s classroom after school.

     

    Did you know that over 300 million pairs of sneakers are thrown away each year and 600 million adults and children worldwide live barefoot? Help by donating your old sneakers.  There will be boxes in the library, Mrs. Thiery’s room, Ms. Rosenow’s room and the office.  One person’s trash is another person’s treasure, so clean out your closets.  Your donation will also help

    Key Largo School Safety Patrols. 

    The Pbis Court yard games are for all students to enjoy-

    Please respect the games and not intentionally destroy them.  We are hoping to have years of fun with them! 

     Be on the lookout for a portable basketball hoop for more enjoyment!

     

    Thanks for your cooperation

    Who wants FREE money for college? Today, Oct. 1, opens the registration for all seniors to apply for FREE money from the government that you never have to pay back! Go to FAFSA.GOV to apply with your parent or guardian.

     

    Seniors: If you are noticing any errors on your transcript, please see your assigned counselor to get it straightened out before mailing to any college!

    Students A-L see Mrs. Michelini, M-Z see Mrs. Mackenzie

     

    We are starting early preparations for GRAD BASH 2019. Go see your Senior Class Sponsor Mrs. Rife or visit Mrs. Liz in the office to purchase your Tickets. Save your Spot now don’t want till the last minute.Tickets are $80.00.  First 50 students to pay their deposit will be able to choose the bus they want to go on* *So don’t wait and pay your deposit ASAP!** See Mrs. Rife or Mrs. Liz for payments* 

    It’s time to get into shape and learn some self-defense. Students interested in wrestling this year can sign up in front office. We will have our first meeting Monday October 8th in front of the gymnasium directly after school

    Homecoming Dance tickets are on sale now.  Purchase your tickets this week or next during lunch and only pay $5.  If you wait until the week of Homecoming, tickets will go up to $10.  Outside guests are $10 and require a completed waiver form.  Forms are available online and in the ticket window

    If you are bringing a non-Coral Shores student as your guest, you must get a guest waiver and return it to the ticket window no later than Friday October 5th.   Waivers are online and available during lunch at the ticket window.

    Happy Birthday shout out goes out to the following hurricanes:

     

    Jason Tyler Castillio

    Project Wisdom thought of the Day

    Listen Closely

     

    It's important that we learn to listen to one another in order to build successful relationships at school, at home, and in the community. Active listening is an acquired skill. When we listen deeply to one another, we convey respect and caring and make the world a better place to be.

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Monday, October 1, 2018

     

    The Special Olympics club is going to meet on Wednesday, October 3 at 2:35 in Mrs. Ruiz’s room 2-202.

     

    October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and about 250,000 women will be diagnosed this year. The Lady Canes Volleyball team will be honoring Survivors in the PAC today at 2:45 with an inspirational movie following for the team.

    The S.E.A. meeting will be after school today in Ms. Rosenow’s room 4-105

    Volleypuff practice begins tonight in the gym from 5:15pm-6:15pm

    6th period teachers- please have juniors and seniors vote today for Homecoming court.  Only juniors and seniors select the court.  Ms. Rosenow and Mrs. Haddad will come around to collect your envelope

     

    Homecoming tickets will remain $5 if purchased this week during lunch.  Tickets go up to $10 if purchased next week.  Please remember that outside guests are $10 and the guest waivers are due by Friday October 5th.   Make sure that you have paid your library and textbook obligations and returned your health history form otherwise you will be unable to purchase a ticket. 

    Who wants FREE money for college? Today, Oct. 1, opens the registration for all seniors to apply for FREE  money from the government that you never have to pay back! Go to FAFSA.GOV to apply with your parent or guardian.

     

    Seniors: If you are noticing any errors on your transcript, please see your assigned counselor to get it straightened out before mailing to any college!

    Students A-L see Mrs. Michelini, M-Z see Mrs. Mackenzie

     

    We are starting early preparations for GRAD BASH 2019. Go see your Senior Class Sponsor Mrs. Rife or visit Mrs. Liz in the office to purchase your Tickets. Save your Spot now don’t want till the last minute.Tickets are $80.00.  First 50 students to pay their deposit will be able to choose the bus they want to go on* *So don’t wait and pay your deposit ASAP!** See Mrs. Rife or Mrs. Liz for payments* 

    It’s time to get into shape and learn some self-defense. Students interested in wrestling this year can sign up in front office. We will have our first meeting Monday October 8th in front of the gymnasium directly after school

    Homecoming Dance tickets are on sale now.  Purchase your tickets this week or next during lunch and only pay $5.  If you wait until the week of Homecoming, tickets will go up to $10.  Outside guests are $10 and require a completed waiver form.  Forms are available online and in the ticket window

    If you are bringing a non-Coral Shores student as your guest, you must get a guest waiver and return it to the ticket window no later than Friday October 5th.   Waivers are online and available during lunch at the ticket window.

    Happy Birthday shout out goes out to the following hurricanes:

     

    Miguel Gomez

    Caroline Tatum Althouse

    Maglyn Rae scott

    Jason Tyler Castilli

    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…

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    FRIDAY,  SEPT 28, 2018

     

    Sophomore shirts are due no later than today September 28th to either your class officers or Ms. Swango! If you need an order form please see Ms. Swango!”

     

    The Junior Class is selling class t-shirts and Volley puff t-shirts today. Please turn in your order form and payment to Marlie Cakans or Miss Kater in room 1-205. No late orders will be accepted.”

     

    The lady canes played Westwood Christian last night. They lost the first two sets then rallied back and won the third set. The fourth set was 26-28 a long hard fight. Carly Lindback led the team with 9 kills.

    We are starting early preparations for GRAD BASH 2019. Go see your Senior Class Sponsor Mrs. Rife or visit Mrs. Liz in the office to purchase your Tickets. Save your Spot now don’t want till the last minute.Tickets are $80.00.  First 50 students to pay their deposit will be able to choose the bus they want to go on* *So don’t wait and pay your deposit ASAP!** See Mrs. Rife or Mrs. Liz for payments* 

    Please be aware of the new beverage policy for home football games.  No student may enter the stadium with a beverage.  Water, sodas and Gatorade will be on sale throughout the game in the concession stand.   Thanks in advance for your compliance.

     

    Homecoming Dance tickets are on sale now.  Purchase your tickets this week or next during lunch and only pay $5.  If you wait until the week of Homecoming, tickets will go up to $10.  Outside guests are $10 and require a completed waiver form.  Forms are available online and in the ticket window

    If you are bringing a non-Coral Shores student as your guest, you must get a guest waiver and return it to the ticket window no later than Friday October 5th.   Waivers are online and available during lunch at the ticket window.

    Are you interested in joining Unicef Club? Come to Mrs. Welch’s room today to find out more.

    Project wisdom works of the day

    A quote from Shaquille O’Neil

    “Excellence is not a singular act but a habit—

    You are what you repeatedly do

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Thursday,  SEP 27, 2018

     

    Sophomore shirts are due no later than this Friday September 28th to either your class officers or Ms. Swango! If you need an order form please see Ms. Swango!”

     

    Attention all seniors—There will be a class meeting today Sept 27 in Ms. Rife’s room 4-215

    We will be discussing float building and other homecoming events!! All are welcome to attend.

    The Junior Class is selling class t-shirts and Volley puff t-shirts through Friday at the end of the day. Please turn in your order form and payment to Marlie Cakans or Miss Kater in room 1-205. No late orders will be accepted.”

     

    Please be aware of the new beverage policy for home football games.  No student may enter the stadium with a beverage.  Water, sodas and Gatorade will be on sale throughout the game in the concession stand.   Thanks in advance for your compliance.

     

    The Lady Canes fell to KW Conchs on Tuesday but played a hard game with all three sets within a few points. Carly Lindback was the leader at the net with 12 strong kills. They play Westwood Christian tonight away- JV at 5:00 and Varsity at 7:00 – Go Lady Canes!

    Homecoming Dance tickets are on sale now.  Purchase your tickets this week or next during lunch and only pay $5.  If you wait until the week of Homecoming, tickets will go up to $10.  Outside guests are $10 and require a completed waiver form.  Forms are available online and in the ticket window

    If you are bringing a non-Coral Shores student as your guest, you must get a guest waiver and return it to the ticket window no later than Friday October 5th.   Waivers are online and available during lunch at the ticket window.

    Are you interested in joining Unicef Club? Come to Mrs. Welch’s room this Friday to find out more.

     

    Fish for a great cause! The Take Stock in Children Backcountry Challenge is coming soon September 28-30. Invite your friends and family to participate. Registration is available for Adults, Juniors, and Kids under 12. All proceeds support students like you – through the Take Stock program and local scholarships for graduating seniors and adults. Go to www.KeylargoRotary.org for more information.”

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricane:

     

    Brandon Jesus Lopez

     

    Project wisdom works of the day

     

    Live by yes or no!

    Say yes to everything good and no to everything bad! 

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday,  SEPTEMBER 26, 2018

     

    Sophomore shirts are do no later than this Friday September 28th to either your class officers or Ms. Swango! If you need an order form please see Ms. Swango!”

     

    Attention all seniors—There will be a class meeting after school on Thursday, Sept 27 in Ms. Rife’s room 4-215

    We will be discussing float building and other homecoming events!! All are welcome to attend.

    The Junior Class is selling class tshirts and Volleypuff tshirts through Friday at the end of the day. Please turn in your order form and payment to Marlie Cakans or Miss Kater in room 1-205. No late orders will be accepted.”

     

    Please be aware of the new beverage policy for home football games.  No student may enter the stadium with a beverage.  Water, sodas and Gatorade will be on sale throughout the game in the concession stand.   Thanks in advance for your compliance.

     

    Congratulations to the first eight students who passed their Microsoft certification tests in PowerPoint yesterday, including Anais Cuervo, Lily Costa, Ryan DeLaTorre, Dylan Nason, Josh Prince,  Berkley Wolgamott,  Ben Zaleda and Joel Zaleda

     

    Seniors who passed Microsoft office certification tests in 8th or 9th grade: please see Ms Britton in room 2-201 if you want to re-certify before May and have three credits potentially apply toward your college education.

     

    All students interested in playing baseball this school year.  Please come to Founders Park today at 5pm.  Bring gear ready to play baseball.  If you are playing a fall sport you do not have to report today.

    Homecoming Dance tickets are on sale now.  Purchase your tickets this week or next during lunch and only pay $5.  If you wait until the week of Homecoming, tickets will go up to $10.  Outside guests are $10 and require a completed waiver form.  Forms are available online and in the ticket window

    If you are bringing a non-Coral Shores student as your guest, you must get a guest waiver and return it to the ticket window no later than Friday October 5th.   Waivers are online and available during lunch at the ticket window.

    Anyone interested in volunteering for the Conch Scramble either the 28th (Friday) or the 29th (Saturday) of September please email Bernice Dionne at PKS.

     

    Are you interested in joining Unicef Club? Come to Mrs. Welch’s room this Friday to find out more.

    Fish for a great cause! The Take Stock in Children Backcountry Challenge is coming soon September 28-30. Invite your friends and family to participate. Registration is available for Adults, Juniors, and Kids under 12. All proceeds support students like you – through the Take Stock program and local scholarships for graduating seniors and adults. Go to www.KeylargoRotary.org for more information.”

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricane:

     

    Derrick Maurice Davis

    Alexandra Nicole De Toro

    Emily Martinez

    Eve Valerie Schultz

    Brianna Danielle Johnson

     

     

    Project wisdom works 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

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Tuesday,  SEPTEMBER 25, 2018

     

    On Wednesday, September 26, from 6:45 -7:00 am we will be meeting in the courtyard for a nationwide event called “See You at the Pole.”   All are welcome, and we hope to see you there. 

    Sophomore shirts are do no later than this Friday, September 28, to either your class officers or Ms. Swango! If you need an order form please see Ms. Swango!”

     

    Attention all seniors—There will be a class meeting after school on Thursday, Sept 27 in Ms. Rife’s room 4-215

    We will be discussing float building and other homecoming events!! All are welcome to attend

    Homecoming Dance tickets are on sale now.  Purchase your tickets this week or next during lunch and only pay $5.  If you wait until the week of Homecoming, tickets will go up to $10.  Outside guests are $10 and require a completed waiver form.  Forms are available online and in the ticket window

     

    If you are bringing a  non-Coral Shores student as your guest, you must get a guest waiver and return it to the ticket window no later than Friday, October 5th.   Waivers are online and available during lunch at the ticket window.

    Anyone interested in volunteering for the Conch Scramble either the 28th (Friday) or the 29th (Saturday) of September please email Bernice Dionne at PKS.

     

    Are you interested in joining Unicef Club? Come to Mrs. Welch’s room this Friday to find out more.

    Fish for a great cause! The Take Stock in Children Backcountry Challenge is coming soon September 28-30. Invite your friends and family to participate. Registration is available for Adults, Juniors, and Kids under 12. All proceeds support students like you – through the Take Stock program and local scholarships for graduating seniors and adults. Go to www.KeylargoRotary.org for more information.”

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricane:

     

    Kyla Miles Catarineau

     

     

    Project wisdom works of the day

     

    Dr Suess Says:

    Whenever things go a bit sour, I always tell myself you can do better than this!!!

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2018

     

    FSA Testing update. Reading will be Tomorrow.

    Anyone interested in volunteering for the Conch Scramble either the 28th (Friday) or the 29th (Saturday) of September please email Bernice Dionne at PKS.

     

    We are starting early preparations for GRAD BASH 2019. Go see your Senior Class Sponsor Mrs. Rife or visit Mrs. Liz in the office to purchase your Tickets. Save your Spot now don’t want till the last minute. Tickets are $80.00.  Tickets will also be sold during A and B Lunches at the school store.  First 50 students to pay their deposit will be able to choose the bus they want to go on* *So don’t wait and pay your deposit ASAP!*

    * See Mrs. Rife or Mrs. Liz for payments* 

     

    Fish for a great cause! The Take Stock in Children Backcountry Challenge is coming soon September 28-30. Invite your friends and family to participate. Registration is available for Adults, Juniors, and Kids under 12. All proceeds support students like you – through the Take Stock program and local scholarships for graduating seniors and adults. Go to www.KeylargoRotary.org for more information.”

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricane:

     

    Colin Daniel Campbell

     

    Monday, September 24, 2018

    Project wisdom works 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. 

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Thursday,  SEPTEMBER 20, 2018

     

     

    Attention all CSHS students: if you are interested in Competition Cheerleading tryouts will be held today from 4:30pm- 5:30pm. This is open tryouts for anyone interested! We will be traveling for the competitions so before you consider trying out please talk to your parents! See Coach Colarusso in the front office before or after school with any questions.

    FSA Testing updat: Algebra and Geometry tests are tomorrow. Reading tests will be on Monday and Tuesday.

    Anyone interested in volunteering for the Conch Scramble either the 28th (Friday) or the 29th(Saturday) of September please email Bernice Dionne at PKS.

     

    Are you in need of community service hours & want to do something good for children in need and around the world? Come to Ms. Welch’s room next Thursday after school to join the schools new UNICEF club.

    We are starting early preparations for GRAD BASH 2019. Go see your Senior Class Sponsor Mrs. Rife or visit Mrs. Liz in the office to purchase your Tickets. Save your Spot now don’t want till the last minute. Tickets are $80.00.  Tickets will also be sold during A and B Lunches at the school store.  First 50 students to pay their deposit will be able to choose the bus they want to go on* *So don’t wait and pay your deposit ASAP!*

    * See Mrs. Rife or Mrs. Liz for payments* 

     

    Fish for a great cause! The Take Stock in Children Backcountry Challenge is coming soon September 28-30. Invite your friends and family to participate. Registration is available for Adults, Juniors, and Kids under 12. All proceeds support students like you – through the Take Stock program and local scholarships for graduating seniors and adults. Go to www.KeylargoRotary.org for more information.”

    Any Freshmen who are interested in playing or coaching powder puff or volley puff for homecoming week. Please see Ms. Brower in Room 4-221 today.

    If you are interested in joining Newspaper Club, there will be a meeting in Ms. Susa’s back room during B lunch today . If you have any questions, contact Kyla Catarineau or Ms. Susa for information.

     

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricane:

     Javier Correa

    David Malcolm Prouty

     

    Thursday, September 20, 2018

    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.

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday  SEPTEMBER 19TH, 2018

     

     

    Attention all CSHS students: if you are interested in Competition Cheerleading tryouts will be held September 17th-20th from 4:30pm- 5:30pm. These are open tryouts for anyone interested! We will be traveling for the competitions so before you consider trying out please talk to your parents!

    See Coach Colarusso in the front office before or after school with any questions.

    FSA Testing update. Algebra and Geometry are Thursday and Friday. Reading will be Monday and Tuesday

    Anyone interested in volunteering for the Conch Scramble either the 28th (Friday) or the 29th(Saturday) of September please email Bernice Dionne at PKS.

     

    Fish for a great cause! The Take Stock in Children Backcountry Challenge is coming soon September 28-30. Invite your friends and family to participate. Registration is available for Adults, Juniors, and Kids under 12. All proceeds support students like you – through the Take Stock program and local scholarships for graduating seniors and adults. Go to www.KeylargoRotary.org for more information.”

    Any Freshmen who are interested in playing or coaching powder puff or volley puff for homecoming week. Please see Ms. Brower in Room 4-221  after 5th period or anytime tomorrow.

    If you are interested in joining Newspaper Club, there will be a meeting in Ms. Susa’s back room during B lunch tomorrow (Thursday). If you have any questions, contact Kyla Catarineau or Ms. Susa for information.

     

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricane:

     Karina Esther Betancourt

    Wednesday, September 19, 2018

     

    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!! 

     

     

     

     

     

    TUESDAY,  SEPTEMBER 11, 2018

     

    If you are interested in joining the weightlifting team this year, there will be an informational meeting today, Sept 11th right after school in room 2-109 (by the locker rooms). If you are unable to attend please see Mrs. Hamilton or Mrs. King.”

     

    Attention all CSHS students: if you are interested in Competition Cheerleading tryouts will be held September 17th-20th from 4:30pm- 5:30pm. These are open tryouts for anyone interested! We will be traveling for the competitions so before you consider trying out please talk to your parents!

    See Coach Colarusso in the front office before or after school with any questions.

     

    Students…if you have not done so, please turn in your Health history forms that were attached to you beginning of the year paperwork. You can turn into the office or your teacher.  This form allows you to be seen by the nurse and it is very important.  Students that have lunch passes and have not turned in, you will lose your pass until you do so.  Thank you

     

    Fish for a great cause! The Take Stock in Children Backcountry Challenge is coming soon September 28-30. Invite your friends and family to participate. Registration is available for Adults, Juniors, and Kids under 12. All proceeds support students like you – through the Take Stock program and local scholarships for graduating seniors and adults. Go to www.KeylargoRotary.org for more information.”

     

    If you’re interested in participating in the 2018-2019 Mock Trial Team, there is a mandatory meeting after school Today September 11 in Mr. Grimes classroom in building 1. If you have any questions or can’t make the meeting, please contact co-captains Maria  Otero or Jonathon Babich during A/B lunch.

     

    There will be a short interact meeting in Rm 4-103- Mrs. Kelly’s room today. You are still able to join. We are all about volunteering service above self. See you there!!

     

    We are starting early preparations for GRAD BASH 2019. Go see your Senior Class Sponsor Mrs. Rife or visit Mrs. Liz in the office to purchase your Tickets. Save your Spot now with this deposit, don’t want till the last minute!! Tickets are $80.00.  Tickets will also be sold during A and B Lunches starting next week at the school store. 

     

     

     The Sophomore class will be having a class meeting on Thursday September 13th at 2:30 in the cafeteria! All sophomores are welcome! If you have questions please contact your class officers or Ms. Swango. Hope to see you

    there!”

     

     

     

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricane:

     

    Genessa Lian Miranda

    Natalie Emma Dixon

    Sarah Elizabeth Duffy

    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

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday SEPTEMBER 7TH, 2018

     

    Saturday – Varsity football plays away at St. Brendan game starts at 1pm

     

    If you are interested in joining the weightlifting team this year, there will be an informational meeting next Tuesday, Sept 11th right after school in room 2-109 (by the locker rooms). If you are unable to attend please see Mrs. Hamilton or Mrs. King.

     

    The first drama club meeting will be held on Monday, September 10th immediately after school.  Meet in Ms. Z’s room, 5-109, for a meeting to discuss our trip to New York City, The Little Mermaid, the 24 Hour Play Festival, the International Thespian Society, and more!  Remember, you can be involved with drama club without being on stage.  You will have the opportunity to help build sets, do stage crew, work on the sound and light board, or even assist with costumes, hair, and make up. 

     

     

    Students…if you have not done so, please turn in your Health history forms that were attached to you beginning of the year paperwork. You can turn into the office or your teacher.  This form allows you to be seen by the nurse and it is very important.  Students that have lunch passes and have not turned in, you will lose your pass until you do so.  Thank you

     

    Teens for Oceans and Environmental Club are joining forces to become S.E.A. (Student Environmental Advocates).   Join us for our first meeting next week on Monday in Ms. Rosenow’s room 4105.

     

    We are starting early preparations for GRAD BASH 2019. Go see your Senior Class Sponsor Mrs. Rife or visit Mrs. Liz in the office to purchase your Tickets. Save your Spot now with this deposit, don’t want till the last minute!! Tickets are $80.00.  Tickets will also be sold during A and B Lunches starting next week at the school store. 

     

     

     

     The Sophomore class will be having a class meeting on Thursday September 13th at 2:30 in the cafeteria! All sophomores are welcome! If you have questions please contact your class officers or Ms. Swango. Hope to see you

    there!

     

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricane:

     

    Alexandra Nicole Ancheta

    Amaya Elizabeth Dostaler

    Project Wisdom 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!

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 6TH, 2018

     

    Sports this week:

    Thursday – Cross Country away at Tropical Park.  Meet starts at 3:15 pm

    Saturday – Varsity football plays away at St. Brendan game starts at 1pm

     

    The Lady Canes squished the Fish again last night in three straight sets for the win. Riley Dobson was on fire at the net with 9 strong kills and Elise Jordan came back from an ankle injury with 6 kills. Lily Costa had 7 assists and 3 aces/ Macey Harrelson added 2 kills/3 aces, Carly Lindback scored 2 straight aces with her jump serve and had 2 kills, Camryn Ets-Hokin had 7 assists, 1 kill, and 2 aces, and Sam Martinez and Keely Flanagan both played an awesome defensive with 4 digs each. Way to go Lady Canes!!

    If you are interested in joining the weightlifting team this year, there will be an informational meeting next Tuesday, Sept 11th right after school in room 2-109 (by the locker rooms). If you are unable to attend please see Mrs. Hamilton or Mrs. King.”

    The first drama club meeting will be held on Monday, September 10th immediately after school.  Meet in Ms. Z’s room, 5-109, for a meeting to discuss our trip to New York City, The Little Mermaid, the 24 Hour Play Festival, the International Thespian Society, and more!  Remember, you can be involved with drama club without being on stage.  You will have the opportunity to help build sets, do stage crew, work on the sound and light board, or even assist with costumes, hair, and make up. 

     

     

    Teens for Oceans and Environmental Club are joining forces to become S.E.A. (Student Environmental Advocates).   Join us for our first meeting next week on Monday in Ms. Rosenow’s room 4105.

     

    We are starting early preparations for GRAD BASH 2019. Go see your Senior Class Sponsor Mrs. Rife or visit Mrs. Liz in the office to purchase your Tickets. Save your Spot now with this deposit, don’t want till the last minute!! Tickets are $80.00.  Tickets will also be sold during A and B Lunches starting next week at the school store. 

     

     

     The Sophomore class will be having a class meeting on Thursday September 13th at 2:30 in the cafeteria! All sophomores are welcome! If you have questions please contact your class officers or Ms. Swango. Hope to see you

    there!”

    Meme Club!! Meme Club!! Meme Club! Meme Club will be held room 2-107 also known as Mr. Hurst room today. If you have any concerns contact Riley Ann Dobson or Zoe Marie Marchetti. Meetings will be held every Thursday.

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricane:

     

    Paola Gianna Lopez

    Tristan Michael Schmitt

    Project Wisdom 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!

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday SEPTEMBER 5TH, 2018

     

    Sports this week

    Wednesday – Volleyball away at Marathon.  JV starts at 4 and Varsity following at 5:30.

    Wednesday – Swim team vs. Doral home at Founders Park.  Meet starts at 4pm

    Thursday – Cross Country away at Tropical Park.  Meet starts at 3:15 pm

    Saturday – Varsity football plays away at St. Brendan game starts at 1pm

     

    The first anime club meeting will be held this Wednesday, September 5th, in Dobson’s pod. If there is a conflict with this scheduled first meeting club, please let her know.

     

    “Come support the Canes Swimmers and Divers today in their first meet against Doral at 4pm at Founders Park! Hope to see you there! Go Canes!”

     

    Teens for Oceans and Environmental Club are joining forces to become S.E.A. (Student Environmental Advocates).   Join us for our first meeting next week on Monday in Ms. Rosenow’s room 4105.

     

    Boys, If you’re interested in playing early season CLUB Soccer we will have a meeting this Thursday right after school in room 2-108  Coach Bosque’s classroom

    The PAC is throwing a fundraiser called “First Friday” Movie Night. All students are invited to watch Avengers: Infinity War in the PAC on September 7th. The movie starts at 7PM and Tickets are $5 at the door.

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricane:

     Norman Brandon Lee

     

    Project Wisdom 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

     

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Tuesday SEPTEMBER 4TH, 2018

     

    Are you interested in serving on the Islamorada Youth Council? The Youth Council is an opportunity for youth to have a formal role in the Village’s planning and decision-making process. See Ms. Bedell for information or an application.

     

    Do you need community service hours? We need help for the Alligator Lighthouse Swim on September 14th and 15th. Please see Ms. Bedell to sign up.

     

    The first anime club meeting will me held this Wednesday, September 5th, in Dobson’s pod. If there is a conflict with this scheduled first meeting of our club, please let her know.

     

     

    Students---Remember to write a nice snapchat to a friend on the bulletin board outside the office.  Please include both your names so you can win prizes! 

     

    Any students interested in participating in “A day in the life of a Nurse” at mariners hospital Oct 5th. Please see Nurse Shannon for info.  Don’t hesitate if interested there are only 6 spots. Please note that this is for people who have not participated in the past.

     

    The PAC is throwing a fundraiser called “First Friday” Movie Night. All students are invited to watch Avengers: Infinity War in the PAC on September 7th. The movie starts at 7PM and Tickets are $5 at the door.

     

    Students that were registered for the September 8th ACT should check their registration on-line.    ACT has CLOSED Coral Shores as a test center for the September 8th administration only.  The next ACT at Coral Shores is October 27th. 

     

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricane: Jean Julian BaidettPatryk Pawel PietruchKinsley Joe Catarineau

    Project Wisdom 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! 

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday August 31, 2018

     

    Are you interested in serving on the Islamorada Youth Council? The Youth Council is an opportunity for youth to have a formal role in the Village’s planning and decision-making process. See Ms. Bedell for information or an application.

     

    Do you need community service hours? We need help for the Alligator Lighthouse Swim on September 14th and 15th. Please see Ms. Bedell to sign up.

     

    Are you interesting in computer programming or robotics? 

     

     

    Now is the time to join our new robotics programming club. We have robots, computers, programs and students from the foundations of programming class who will meet in room 2-201 after school on Tuesdays.  Sign up Friday at club rush and join in the fun!  All are welcome, whether you know a little or a lot about coding or robotics. 

     

     

    The Lady Canes won 3 straight sets last night for the win- beating Keys Gate.  Carly Lindback and Riley Dobson led the team with 7 kills each. Camryn Ets-Hokin and Emma Brower each had 7 assists. Karina Betancourt added 4 kills. Samantha Martinez had 5 digs and played a great defense

     

    Students---Remember to write a nice snapchat to a friend on the bulletin board outside the office.  Please include both your names so you can win prizes! 

     

    Students…if you have not done so, please turn in your Health history forms that were attached to you beginning of the year paperwork. You can turn into the office or your teacher.  This form allows you to be seen by the nurse and it is very important.  Students that have lunch passes and have not turned in, you will lose your pass until you do so.  Thank you

     

    Any students interested in participating in “A day in the life of a Nurse” at Mariners Hospital Oct 5th. Please see Nurse Shannon for info.  Don’t hesitate if interested there are only 6 spots. Please note that this is for people who have not participated in the past.

     

    The PAC is throwing a fundraiser called “First Friday” Movie Night. All students are invited to watch Avengers: Infinity War in the PAC on September 7th. The movie starts at 7PM and Tickets are $5 at the door.

     

    Students that were registered for the September 8th ACT should check their registration on-line.    ACT has CLOSED Coral Shores as a test center for the September 8th administration only.  The next ACT at Coral Shores is October 27th. 

     

     

    Are you interested in going into the Military or into Law Enforcement/Public Safety?

    Then Join The MCSO Explorers

    Visit Deputy Costoya in the Front Office for an application and/or more details.

     

     

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricane:

     

    Roberto Barriga-Perez

    Robert Ashton Prosek

    Jane Catherine Kerry

     

    Project Wisdom 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!

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    THURSDAY, August 30, 2018

     

    Are you interested in serving on the Islamorada Youth Council? The Youth Council is an opportunity for youth to have a formal role in the Village’s planning and decision-making process. See Ms. Bedell for information or an application.

     

    Do you need community service hours? We need help for the Alligator Lighthouse Swim on September 14th and 15th. Please see Ms. Bedell to sign up.

     

    Are you interesting in computer programming or robotics? 

     Now is the time to join our new robotics programming club. We have robots, computers, programs and students from the foundations of programming class who will meet in room 2-201 after school on Tuesdays.  Sign up Friday at club rush and join in the fun!  All are welcome, whether you know a little or a lot about coding or robotics. 

     

    Get involved at Coral Shores! This Friday during both A and B lunches, Club Rush will take place in the courtyard.  Find out what is offered at Coral Shores and sign up to join a group!

     

    The Lady Canes are traveling to Keys Gate today. Come support our team -game times are 3:30 and 5:00.

     

    Friday will also be our first pep rally.  Show your cane pride by wearing green and gold!

     

    Students---Remember to write a nice snapchat to a friend on the bulletin board outside the office.  Please include both your names so you can win prizes! 

     

    Please be reminded that all Seniors without a 1st period will be following the Pep Rally Schedule.  All Seniors without first need to get to school by 8:20 am or they will be marked Tardy!!!!

     

    Students…if you have not done so, please turn in your Health history forms that were attached to you beginning of the year paperwork. You can turn into the office or your teacher.  This form allows you to be seen by the nurse and it is very important.  Students that have lunch passes and have not turned in, you will lose your pass until you do so.  Thank you

     

    Any students interested in participating in “A day in the life of a Nurse” at Mariners Hospital Oct 5th? Please see Nurse Shannon for info.  Don’t hesitate if interested there are only 6 spots. Please note that this is for people who have not participated in the past.

     

    The PAC is throwing a fundraiser called “First Friday” Movie Night. All students are invited to watch Avengers: Infinity War in the PAC on September 7th. The movie starts at 7PM and Tickets are $5 at the door.

     

    Students that were registered for the September 8th ACT should check their registration on-line.    ACT has CLOSED Coral Shores as a test center for the September 8th administration only.  The next ACT at Coral Shores is October 27th. 

     

     

    Are you interested in going into the Military or into Law Enforcement/Public Safety?

    Then Join The MCSO Explorers

    Visit Deputy Costoya in the Front Office for an application and/or more details.

     

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricane:

     

    Roberto Barriga-Perez

    Robert Ashton Prosek

    Jane Catherine Kerry

    Project Wisdom 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.

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday, August 29, 2018

     

    Are you interested in serving on the Islamorada Youth Council? The Youth Council is an opportunity for youth to have a formal role in the Village’s planning and decision-making process. See Ms. Bedell for information or an application.

    Do you need community service hours? We need help for the Alligator Lighthouse Swim on September 14th and 15th. Please see Ms. Bedell to sign up.

    There will be a COLLEGE PARENT NIGHT  TONIGHT, Wednesday, Aug. 29th from 5:30-6:30 in the PAC

    This is a CRITICAL meeting for parents of juniors and seniors, but all grades are welcome!

    Please try to attend with your parents if possible!!!

    We will discuss college applications, scholarships , financial aid, Bright Futures and many other college related topics

     

    Get involved at Coral Shores! This Friday during both A and B lunches, Club Rush will take place in the courtyard.  Find out what is offered at Coral Shores and sign up to join a group!

     

    Students…if you have not done so, please turn in your Health history forms that were attached to you beginning of the year paperwork. You can turn into the office or your teacher.  This form allows you to be seen by the nurse and it is very important.  Students that have lunch passes and have not turned in, you will lose your pass until you do so.  Thank you

     

    Any students interested in participating in “A day in the life of a Nurse” at Mariners hospital Oct. 5th, please see Nurse Shannon for info.  Don’t hesitate if interested, there are only 6 spots. Please note that this is for people who have not participated in the past.

     

    The PAC is throwing a fundraiser called “First Friday” Movie Night. All students are invited to watch Avengers: Infinity War in the PAC on September 7th. The movie starts at 7PM and Tickets are $5 at the door.

     

    Get ready for picture day. School portraits will be taken on Tuesday September 4th, 2018. The underclass portraits will be taken by an HJMiami Photo professional photographer and are a great way to preserve your school memories.

     

    Students that were registered for the September 8th ACT should check their registration on-line.    ACT has CLOSED Coral Shores as a test center for the September 8th administration only.  The next ACT at Coral Shores is October 27th. 

     

    Are you interested in going into the Military or into Law Enforcement/Public Safety?  Join  The MCSO Explorers!

    Visit Deputy Costoya in the Front Office for an application and/or more details.

     

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricane:

     

    Trinity Morgan

    Kaitlin Ann Pooley

    Project Wisdom 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!

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Tuesday, August 28, 2018

     

    Please be reminded that there should be no parking between the Marquee sign and The Traffic Light.

     

    There will be a COLLEGE PARENT NIGHT tomorrow, Wednesday, Aug. 29th from 5:30-6:30 in the PAC

    This is a CRITICAL meeting for parents and juniors.

    Please try to attend with your parents if possible!!!

    We will discuss college applications, scholarships , financial aid, Bright Futures and many other college related topics.

     

    The PAC is throwing a fundraiser called “First Friday” Movie Night. All students are invited to watch Avengers: Infinity War in the PAC on September 7th. The movie starts at 7PM and Tickets are $5 at the door.

     

    Get ready for picture day. School portraits will be taken on Tuesday September 4th, 2018. The underclass portraits will be taken by an HJMiami Photo professional photographer and are a great way to preserve your school memories.

     

    Students that were registered for the September 8th ACT should check their registration on-line.    ACT has CLOSED Coral Shores as a test center for the September 8th administration only.  The next ACT at Coral Shores is October 27th. 

     

     

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricane:

     

    Timothy Daniel Garfield

    Timothy James Orr

    Olivia Marie Conwell Rodriguez

     

    Project Wisdom 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!

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements 

    Monday, August  27, 2018

     

    Please continue to promote our CSHS Remind to parents and students. Text @cshs305 to the number 81010   Also, find us on Instagram!  @coral.shores.high.school

     

    New to the club lineup this year is the Light and Sound Engineering club. All grades are welcome to join. This club is designed for students interested in Theater, TV Productions, Music and Broadcast. Light and Sound Engineering Club will meet Wednesdays after school in the PAC.

     

    The PAC is throwing a fundraiser called “First Friday” Movie Night. All students are invited to watch Avengers: Infinity War in the PAC on September 7th. The movie starts at 7PM and Tickets are $5 at the door.

     

    Get ready for picture day. School portraits will be taken on Tuesday September 4th, 2018. The underclass portraits will be taken by an HJMiami Photo professional photographer and are a great way to preserve your school memories.

     

    Students that were registered for the September 8th ACT should check their registration on-line.    ACT has CLOSED Coral Shores as a test center for the September 8th administration only.  The next ACT at Coral Shores is October 27th. 

     

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

     Hailey Rayne Cobb

    Christian Olmos

     

    Project Wisdom 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. 

     

     

    Friday August 24, 2018

     

    Please continue to promote our CSHS Remind to parents and students. Text @cshs305 to the number 81010   Also, find us on Instagram!  @coral.shores.high.school

    New to the club lineup this year is the Light and Sound Engineering club. All grades are welcome to join. This club is designed for students interested in Theater, TV Productions, Music and Broadcast. Light and Sound Engineering Club will meet Wednesdays after school in the PAC.

     

    The Lady Canes squished the Fish last night beating Marathon in 3 straight sets for the win. ( 25-10,25-113, 25-14) The team had a total of 26 kills, 19 aces. We would like to thank all the teachers, students and parents who came out to support our team.

     

    Get ready for picture day. School portraits will be taken on Tuesday September 4th, 2018. The underclass portraits will be taken by an HJMiami Photo professional photographer and are a great way to preserve your  school memories.

     

    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 4204.

     

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricane:

     

    Amber Marie Stevens

    Adrian Giovanni Ramirez

    Xander Thomas Ward

     

     

    Project Wisdom of the day:

     Facing Difficulties:

    Sometimes you are facing difficulties, not because you are doing something wrong, but because you are doing something right! 

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Thursday August 23rd 2018

     

    Please continue to promote our CSHS Remind to parents and students. Text @cshs305 to the number 81010   Also, find us on Instagram!  @coral.shores.high.school

    New to the club lineup this year is the Light and Sound Engineering club. All grades are welcome to join. This club is designed for students interested in Theater, TV Productions, Music and Broadcast. Light and Sound Engineering Club will meet Wednesdays after school in the PAC.

     

    Get ready for picture day. School portraits will be taken on Tuesday, September 4th, 2018. The underclass portraits will be taken by an HJMiami Photo professional photographer and are a great way to preserve your  school memories.

     

     

    Attention Students Who Are Taking the SAT this Saturday:

    Please park in the Wrenn 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 4204.

     

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricane:

     

    Miguel Charles Queseda

    Quinn Griffin Johnson

    Marc Anthony Petrusha

    Fernanda Jose Gandarilla

    Ryann Lee Castle

    Alexis Sylvanna Kloke

    Project Wisdom of the day:

    Time for Success:

    If you spend as much time on your school studies as you do Instagram and Facebook-you are bound to be successful! 

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday August 22, 2018

     

    Please continue to promote our CSHS Remind to parents and students. Text @cshs305 to the number 81010   Also, find us on Instagram!  @coral.shores.high.school

     

    New to the club lineup this year is the Light and Sound Engineering club. All grades are welcome to join. This club is designed for students interested in Theater, TV Productions, Music and Broadcast. Light and Sound Engineering Club will meet Wednesdays after school in the PAC.

     

    There will be a brief meeting for everyone interested in playing boys basketball --immediately after school-- on Wednesday August 22nd in Room 2-109.  Once again, anyone interested in playing boys basketball this year should meet in room-2-109, right next to the boys PE locker room, right after school this Wednesday.  Please see Coach Russell if you aren't able to attend for any reason.

     

    The Lady Canes played Westminster Christian last night. It was a difficult loss. Elise Jordan led the team with 3 kills, 5 blocks, and 1 ace, Lily Costa had 9 digs, 3 kills, 3 aces and 4 assists. Thursday – The Lady Canes have a home game against Marathon at 4:00- JV and 5:30 Varsity- come support our team.

     

    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 4204.

     

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricane:

     

    Kevin Sam Markevitch

     

    Project Wisdom of the day:

    JK Rowling says:

     We do not need magic to change the world, we carry all the power we need inside ourselves already:  we have the power to imagine better. 

     


     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Monday, AUGUST 20, 2018

     

    Please continue to promote our CSHS Remind to parents and students. Text @cshs305 to the number 81010   Also, find us on Instagram!  @coral.shores.high.school
    New to the club lineup this year is the Light and Sound Engineering club. All grades are welcome to join. This club is designed for students interested in Theater, TV Productions, Music and Broadcast. Light and Sound Engineering Club will meet Wednesdays after school in the PAC.

     
    There will be a brief meeting for everyone interested in playing boys basketball --immediately after school-- on Wednesday August 22nd in Room 2-109.  Once again, anyone interested in playing boys basketball this year should meet in room-2-109, right next to the boys PE locker room, right after school this Wednesday.  Please see Coach Russell if you aren't able to attend for any reason.

     
    Any new student to CSHS interested in football cheerleading, tryouts will be held Monday August 20th-August 23rd directly after school. Please see coach Dominique for any further information!

     

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricane:

    Norman Mitchell Wade

    Dallas Ashley Christmas

    Angelica Fernandez

    Tyler Austin Dudley


    Project Wisdom of the day:
     

    Super Star Tennis Player Venus Williams says:

    Some people say I have attitude… Maybe I do… but I think you have to!

    You have to believe in yourself when no one else does

    That’s what makes you a winner!!

     
     
     
     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday, AUGUST 17TH 2018

     

    Earbuds should not be used during class. Earbuds can only be used before school, after school and at lunch.

     

    Next week, locker and parking sales/concerns will be handled by Mrs. Pottinger-Ochoa.  Her desk is located directly across from Ms. Alvaro in the main office. 

     

     

    The Lady Canes took on the Key West and Marathon in a pre-season jamboree. The Canes fell to the Conchs in 2 sets, and beat the Fish both sets. Highlights: Samantha Martinez 1 kill,28 digs, 5 aces, Riley Dobson 11 kills, 2 aces and 2 blocks, Karina Betancourt 16 digs, Camryn Ets-Hokin 11 digs, 6 assists, 3 aces and 1 block, Lily Costa 26 assists, 9 digs, Lexi Brito 2 kills, 11 digs, and 2 aces, Elise Jordan 6 kills, 4 blocks and 1 assist.

     

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to :  Mariana Sustayta Yanez

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Thursday, August 16, 2018

     

    Any new student to CSHS interested in football cheerleading, tryouts will be held August 20th-August 23rd directly after school. Please see Coach C for any further information! 

     

    Interested in joining the Coral Shores Swimming and Diving Team? Please see Miss Kater in room 1-205 after school for information by the end of this week. We look forward to an awesome season! Go Canes!

     

     

     

    Tuesday, May 29th, 2018

     

    Attention Seniors: Please make sure to pick-up your Cap & Gowns in the front office.

    Reminder-All students must  be in attendance in all class periods, be passing all classes, pay obligations and not have any disciplines issues in order to use an off campus lunch pass, attend prom, senior awards night and graduation.

    Activities for the week:

     

    Tuesday 5.29

    Senior Night 7:00 PM

     

    Wednesday 5.30

    Period One and Period Two – Final Exams

    Graduation 7:00 PM

                                                                                                                           

    Thursday 5.31

    Period Three and Period Four – Final Exams

     

    Friday 6.01

    Period Five and Period Six – Final Exams

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday, May 25th, 2018

     

    To All Coral Shores Seniors from the Project Graduation team:

    Project Graduation is planned!  We are so excited to let you know that we will be spending a fun filled night at Boomers in Boca Raton!  We get the entire place to ourselves to enjoy go-carts, batting cages, laser tag, rock climbing walls, miniature golf, and much more!  Our celebration will begin immediately after the graduation ceremony on May 30, 2018.  Bring a change of clothes!  The graduating seniors along with adult chaperones will take two charter busses.  Food will be provided. We will return to Founders Park at approximately 6:00 a.m. where breakfast will be provided by the Upper Keys Rotary Club.  The deadline to register is TODAY.   The registration forms are in the front office.  Please make checks payable to ‘Project Graduation’.  We can’t wait for this memorable graduation celebration!

    Attention all volleyball players don’t forget we are bagging groceries at Publix on today from 4-8 PM

    Attention Seniors: Please make sure to pick-up your Cap & Gowns in the front office.

    Reminder-All students must  be in attendance in all class periods, be passing all classes, pay obligations and not have any disciplines issues in order to use an off campus lunch pass, attend prom, senior awards night and graduation.

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

    • Vaclav Cernosek
    • Sofia Gonzalez
    • Sophie Kubida

    Activities for the week:

     

    Friday 5.25

    Volleyball bagging groceries at Publix

    Project Wisdom-though 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.

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Thursday, May 24th, 2018

     

    Do you still want a 2018 yearbook? The journalism class ordered extra yearbooks, and there are still some available on a first-come-first-serve basis. If you still want a yearbook, bring a check to Ms. Susa during 2nd period, “A” lunch, 6th period, or after school. Yearbooks are now $75. You can pick up your yearbook as soon as you turn in the check. There is a limited number still left, so hurry to get one if you want one! If you are hearing this announcement, there are still yearbooks available.   If you have not picked up the yearbook you already purchased, you must come sign it out with Ms. Susa today or tomorrow. Ms. Susa will not be available for yearbook purchase or sign-out on Friday.

    To All Coral Shores Seniors from the Project Graduation team:

    Project Graduation is planned!  We are so excited to let you know that we will be spending a fun filled night at Boomers in Boca Raton!  We get the entire place to ourselves to enjoy gocarts, batting cages, laser tag, rock climbing walls, miniature golf, and much more!  Our celebration will begin immediately after the graduation ceremony on May 30, 2018.  Bring a change of clothes!  The graduating seniors along with adult chaperones will take two charter busses.  Food will be provided. We will return to Founders Park at approximately 6:00 a.m. where breakfast will be provided by the Upper Keys Rotary Club.  The deadline to register is TODAY.   The registration forms are in the front office.  Please make checks payable to ‘Project Graduation’.  We can’t wait for this memorable graduation celebration!

    Attention all volleyball players-try outs for 11 and 12th graders will be TODAY from 4-6, and bagging groceries at Publix on Friday from 4-8.

    Attention Seniors: Please make sure to pick-up your Cap & Gowns in the front office.

    Reminder-All students must  be in attendance in all class periods, be passing all classes, pay obligations and not have any disciplines issues in order to use an off campus lunch pass, attend prom, senior awards night and graduation.

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

    • Anais Cuervo
    • Andrew Fleites
    • Zachary Rodriguez
    • Hannah Thomas

    Activities for the week:

     

    Thursday 5.24

    Senior Exams: Periods 5 and 6

    Volleyball tryouts at 4pm

     

    Friday 5.25

    8th grade orientation 9am-1pm

    Volleyball bagging groceries at Publix

     Project Wisdom-though 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. 

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday, May 23rd, 2018

     

    Do you still want a 2018 yearbook? The journalism class ordered extra yearbooks, and there are still some available on a first-come-first-serve basis. If you still want a yearbook, bring a check to Ms. Susa during 2nd period, “A” lunch, 6th period, or after school. Yearbooks are now $75. You can pick up your yearbook as soon as you turn in the check. There is a limited number still left, so hurry to get one if you want one! If you are hearing this announcement, there are still yearbooks available.   If you have not picked up the yearbook you already purchased, you must come sign it out with Ms. Susa today or tomorrow. Ms. Susa will not be available for yearbook purchase or sign-out on Friday.

    All senior textbooks are due the day of that subject’s final.  Please return all textbooks to Mrs. Signorelli as soon as possible.  The last senior final is tomorrow - all textbooks are due by that day.

    To All Coral Shores Seniors from the Project Graduation team:

    Project Graduation is planned!  We are so excited to let you know that we will be spending a fun filled night at Boomers in Boca Raton!  We get the entire place to ourselves to enjoy gocarts, batting cages, laser tag, rock climbing walls, miniature golf, and much more!  Our celebration will begin immediately after the graduation ceremony on May 30, 2018.  Bring a change of clothes!  The graduating seniors along with adult chaperones will take two charter busses.  Food will be provided. We will return to Founders Park at approximately 6:00 a.m. where breakfast will be provided by the Upper Keys Rotary Club.  The deadline to register is TODAY.   The registration forms are in the front office.  Please make checks payable to ‘Project Graduation’.  We can’t wait for this memorable graduation celebration!

    Attention all volleyball players- there will be no open gym today. Try outs will be Wednesday the 23rd for upcoming ninth and tenth graders from 4-6, try outs for 11 and 12th graders will be Thursday the 24th 4-6, and bagging groceries at Publix on Friday from 4-8.

    Attention Seniors: Please make sure to pick-up your Cap & Gowns in the front office.

    Reminder-All students must  be in attendance in all class periods, be passing all classes, pay obligations and not have any disciplines issues in order to use an off campus lunch pass, attend prom, senior awards night and graduation.

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

    • Gage Dennis
    • Tony Thiele

    Activities for the week:

    Wednesday 5.23

    Faculty Meeting after school

    Volleyball tryouts at 4pm

     

    Thursday 5.24

    Marine 1 Snorkel trip for Frier and Rosenow 7:30am-11am

    Senior Exams: Periods 5 and 6

    Volleyball tryouts at 4pm

     

    Friday 5.25

    8th grade orientation 9am-1pm

    Volleyball bagging groceries at Publix

     Project Wisdom-though of the day:

     

    What does I BELIEVE STAND FOR? 

    THESE ARE BEHAVIOR EXPECTATIONS IN OUR SCHOOL DISTRICT

    BE-SAFE

    BE-RESPONSIBLE

    BE-RESPECTFUL

    BE-THERE

    BE-EMPOWERED

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Monday, May 21st, 2018

    Congratulations to our Coral Shores football team as they were successful on Friday night winning a close game 14-13.  Early in the 2nd quarter Dylan Scheu connected with Valente Reynoso- Heaton on a 3-yard touchdown pass. Also in the 3rd quarter Dylan Scheu found Juan Gonzalez in the in zone for a12 yard score the Hurricane jump out to a 14-7 lead after halftime. The Hurricanes defense in the end came up big. Christian Foote and Dylan Scheu each had interceptions to seal the deal for the Hurricanes. Great job! Go Canes!!!!

    All senior textbooks are due the day of that subject’s final.  Please return all textbooks to Mrs. Signorelli as soon as possible.  The last senior final is May 24th all textbooks are due by that day.

    To All Coral Shores Seniors from the Project Graduation team:

    Project Graduation is planned!  We are so excited to let you know that we will be spending a fun filled night at Boomers in Boca Raton!  We get the entire place to ourselves to enjoy go-carts, batting cages, laser tag, rock climbing walls, miniature golf, and much more!  Our celebration will begin immediately after the graduation ceremony on May 30, 2018.  Bring a change of clothes!  The graduating seniors along with adult chaperones will take two charter busses.  Food will be provided. We will return to Founders Park at approximately 6:00 a.m. where breakfast will be provided by the Upper Keys Rotary Club.  The deadline to register is Wednesday, May 23rd.   The registration forms are in the front office.  A $10 deposit must be turned in with the completed form signed by your parent.   Please make checks payable to ‘Project Graduation’.  We can’t wait for this memorable graduation celebration!

    Attention all volleyball players- there will be no open gym Tuesday. Try outs will be Wednesday the 23rd for upcoming ninth and tenth graders from 4-6, try outs for 11 and 12th graders will be Thursday the 24th 4-6, and bagging groceries at Publix on Friday from 4-8.

    Attention Seniors, who have earned their MOS or three Adobe certifications; Graduation chords are $10, and will allow you to show off your unique merit achievement.  This is the first year cords are being offered for digital information technology or custom promotional design & layout certifications. Please see Mrs. Britton in room 2-201 to pick up your cord.

    Attention Seniors: Please make sure to pick-up your Cap & Gowns in the front office.

    Seniors - Your lockers must be cleared by the end of school TODAY.  Any lockers that are not cleared will be assessed a $10 cleaning fee which must be paid before May 29 or you will not walk for graduation.

    All obligations must be cleared prior to graduation as well so check your lockers, cars, under your beds, and in your closets, for textbooks, library books, uniforms, or any outstanding fees for clubs and athletics, and take care of them ASAP you will be billed for lost items which must be paid before the 29th. Failure to resolve any outstanding obligations will result in restriction from Senior Night and Graduation.

     

    All undergraduates need to have lockers cleaned and obligations cleared by the end of school on the 29th

    Any fees or other obligations that are not satisfied by the 29th will prevent off campus lunch, on campus parking, or participation in athletics etc. for next year.

    Reminder-All students must  be in attendance in all class periods, be passing all classes, pay obligations and not have any disciplines issues in order to use an off campus lunch pass, attend prom, senior awards night and graduation.

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

    • Molly Gahagen

    Activities for the week:

     

    Monday 5.21

    Senior Exam: Period 7

    BLPT after school

     

    Tuesday 5.22

    Algebra and Geometry EOC Session 2

    Senior exams: Periods 1 and 2

     

    Wednesday 5.23

    Bio and US History EOC

    Senior Exams: Period 3 and 4

    Faculty Meeting after school

    Volleyball tryouts at 4pm

     

    Thursday 5.24

    Marine 1 Snorkel trip for Frier and Rosenow 7:30am-11am

    Senior Exams: Periods 5 and 6

    Volleyball tryouts at 4pm

     

    Friday 5.25

    8th grade orientation 9am-1pm

    Volleyball bagging groceries at Publix

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday, May 18th, 2018

    Due to poor weather conditions with a chance of 100% rain, prom has been moved to the Islander Resort Banquet room.  Sorry for the inconvenience and short notice.  For more information or if you have any questions, please ask a junior class office.  The Islander is located on the Oceanside at mile marker 82

    To All Coral Shores Seniors from the Project Graduation team:

    Project Graduation is planned!  We are so excited to let you know that we will be spending a fun filled night at Boomers in Boca Raton!  We get the entire place to ourselves to enjoy gocarts, batting cages, laser tag, rock climbing walls, miniature golf, and much more!  Our celebration will begin immediately after the graduation ceremony on May 30, 2018.  Bring a change of clothes!  The graduating seniors along with adult chaperones will take two charter busses.  Food will be provided. We will return to Founders Park at approximately 6:00 a.m. where breakfast will be provided by the Upper Keys Rotary Club.  The deadline to register is Wednesday, May 23rd.   The registration forms are in the front office.  A $10 deposit must be turned in with the completed form signed by your parent.   Please make checks payable to ‘Project Graduation’.  We can’t wait for this memorable graduation celebration!

    Today is the yearbook signing pizza party! If you purchased a 2018 yearbook and plan to go to the yearbook signing pizza party today, please be sure you picked up your invitation from your 2nd period teacher. That is your pass and admittance slip. If you haven’t yet received your invitation, please see your 2nd period teacher. It’s too late to go to the signing party if you haven’t purchased your yearbook, but yearbooks are still on sale with Ms. Susa or any journalism student. They are $70 until Monday.

    Attention all volleyball players- there will be no open gym Tuesday. Try outs will be Wednesday the 23rd for upcoming ninth and tenth graders from 4-6, try outs for 11 and 12th graders will be Thursday the 24th 4-6, and bagging groceries at Publix on Friday from 4-8.

    Attention Seniors, who have earned their MOS or three Adobe certifications; Graduation chords are $10, and will allow you to show off your unique merit achievement.  This is the first year cords are being offered for digital information technology or custom promotional design & layout certifications. Please see Mrs. Britton in room 2-201 to pick up your cord.

    Seniors!  The last full day school for seniors is Monday, May 21st. Seniors will follow the modified bell schedule and have 7th period exams.

    Miss Trish would like to thank the students and staff for helping with the Pbis evaluation yesterday.  The students that so willingly offered to be interviewed will be appreciated with a $10 City Hall Gift Certificate.  Go by and see Miss Trish in 4-221 to receive this!!

    Billy Butler

    Jacob Webb

    Tiffany Morgan

    Mariano Castillo

    David Parker

    Be on the lookout for some beautiful ‘ROCKS” that will be placed around campus today during period 6.  If you find one of these please take your photo with it and post it to

    Coral Shores Rocks Facebook page.  Then place the rock out in the community for others to do the same.  We will be updating you on the progress of the Rocks-let’s see how far they will go!! Support our  FUN PBIS activityJ

    Attention, Varsity Baseball players please return all jerseys to Mrs. Signorelli as soon as possible.

    -        Attention Seniors: Please make sure to pick-up your Cap & Gowns in the front office.

    -        Attention Students: This Saturday, May 19th, the Florida Keys Gator Club will be hosting a food drive at Winn Dixie in Tavernier from 10am-4pm and are in need of volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering, please sign-up on the bulletin board near the cafeteria or see Mrs. King.

    Seniors - Your lockers must be cleared by the end of school on Monday May 21.  Any lockers that are not cleared will be assessed a $10 cleaning fee which must be paid before May 29 or you will not walk for graduation.

    All obligations must be cleared prior to graduation as well so check your lockers, cars, under your beds, and in your closets, for textbooks, library books, uniforms, or any outstanding fees for clubs and athletics, and take care of them ASAP you will be billed for lost items which must be paid before the 29th. Failure to resolve any outstanding obligations will result in restriction from Senior Night and Graduation.

     

    All undergraduates need to have lockers cleaned and obligations cleared by the end of school on the 29th

    Any fees or other obligations that are not satisfied by the 29th will prevent off campus lunch, on campus parking, or participation in athletics etc. for next year.

    Reminder-All students must  be in attendance in all class periods, be passing all classes, pay obligations and not have any disciplines issues in order to use an off campus lunch pass, attend prom, senior awards night and graduation.

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

    • Juan Pablo Orjuela
    • Hailey Pacyna
    • Alison Woltanski

    Activities for the week:

    Friday 5.18

    Yearbook signing/pizza party in the cafeteria at 2pm

    Spring Football Game  - Home – 6pm vs. LaSalle

     

    Saturday 5.19

    Prom at Islander Resort Banquet Room 7pm

     Project Wisdom-though of the day:

    A quote from Shaquille O’Neil

    “Excellence is not a singular act but a habit—You are what you repeatedly do”

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday, May 18th, 2018

    Due to poor weather conditions with a chance of 100% rain, prom has been moved to the Islander Resort Banquet room.  Sorry for the inconvenience and short notice.  For more information or if you have any questions, please ask a junior class office.  The Islander is located on the Oceanside at mile marker 82

    To All Coral Shores Seniors from the Project Graduation team:

    Project Graduation is planned!  We are so excited to let you know that we will be spending a fun filled night at Boomers in Boca Raton!  We get the entire place to ourselves to enjoy gocarts, batting cages, laser tag, rock climbing walls, miniature golf, and much more!  Our celebration will begin immediately after the graduation ceremony on May 30, 2018.  Bring a change of clothes!  The graduating seniors along with adult chaperones will take two charter busses.  Food will be provided. We will return to Founders Park at approximately 6:00 a.m. where breakfast will be provided by the Upper Keys Rotary Club.  The deadline to register is Wednesday, May 23rd.   The registration forms are in the front office.  A $10 deposit must be turned in with the completed form signed by your parent.   Please make checks payable to ‘Project Graduation’.  We can’t wait for this memorable graduation celebration!

    Today is the yearbook signing pizza party! If you purchased a 2018 yearbook and plan to go to the yearbook signing pizza party today, please be sure you picked up your invitation from your 2nd period teacher. That is your pass and admittance slip. If you haven’t yet received your invitation, please see your 2nd period teacher. It’s too late to go to the signing party if you haven’t purchased your yearbook, but yearbooks are still on sale with Ms. Susa or any journalism student. They are $70 until Monday.

    Attention all volleyball players- there will be no open gym Tuesday. Try outs will be Wednesday the 23rd for upcoming ninth and tenth graders from 4-6, try outs for 11 and 12th graders will be Thursday the 24th 4-6, and bagging groceries at Publix on Friday from 4-8.

    Attention Seniors, who have earned their MOS or three Adobe certifications; Graduation chords are $10, and will allow you to show off your unique merit achievement.  This is the first year cords are being offered for digital information technology or custom promotional design & layout certifications. Please see Mrs. Britton in room 2-201 to pick up your cord.

    Seniors!  The last full day school for seniors is Monday, May 21st. Seniors will follow the modified bell schedule and have 7th period exams.

    Miss Trish would like to thank the students and staff for helping with the Pbis evaluation yesterday.  The students that so willingly offered to be interviewed will be appreciated with a $10 City Hall Gift Certificate.  Go by and see Miss Trish in 4-221 to receive this!!

    Billy Butler

    Jacob Webb

    Tiffany Morgan

    Mariano Castillo

    David Parker

    Be on the lookout for some beautiful ‘ROCKS” that will be placed around campus today during period 6.  If you find one of these please take your photo with it and post it to

    Coral Shores Rocks Facebook page.  Then place the rock out in the community for others to do the same.  We will be updating you on the progress of the Rocks-let’s see how far they will go!! Support our  FUN PBIS activityJ

    Attention, Varsity Baseball players please return all jerseys to Mrs. Signorelli as soon as possible.

    -        Attention Seniors: Please make sure to pick-up your Cap & Gowns in the front office.

    -        Attention Students: This Saturday, May 19th, the Florida Keys Gator Club will be hosting a food drive at Winn Dixie in Tavernier from 10am-4pm and are in need of volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering, please sign-up on the bulletin board near the cafeteria or see Mrs. King.

    Seniors - Your lockers must be cleared by the end of school on Monday May 21.  Any lockers that are not cleared will be assessed a $10 cleaning fee which must be paid before May 29 or you will not walk for graduation.

    All obligations must be cleared prior to graduation as well so check your lockers, cars, under your beds, and in your closets, for textbooks, library books, uniforms, or any outstanding fees for clubs and athletics, and take care of them ASAP you will be billed for lost items which must be paid before the 29th. Failure to resolve any outstanding obligations will result in restriction from Senior Night and Graduation.

     

    All undergraduates need to have lockers cleaned and obligations cleared by the end of school on the 29th

    Any fees or other obligations that are not satisfied by the 29th will prevent off campus lunch, on campus parking, or participation in athletics etc. for next year.

    Reminder-All students must  be in attendance in all class periods, be passing all classes, pay obligations and not have any disciplines issues in order to use an off campus lunch pass, attend prom, senior awards night and graduation.

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

    • Juan Pablo Orjuela
    • Hailey Pacyna
    • Alison Woltanski

    Activities for the week:

    Friday 5.18

    Yearbook signing/pizza party in the cafeteria at 2pm

    Spring Football Game  - Home – 6pm vs. LaSalle

     

    Saturday 5.19

    Prom at Islander Resort Banquet Room 7pm

     Project Wisdom-though of the day:

    A quote from Shaquille O’Neil

    “Excellence is not a singular act but a habit—You are what you repeatedly do”

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday, May 16th, 2018

    Attention! If you want to come to the yearbook signing party on Friday, TOMORROW is your last day to purchase a yearbook! Yearbooks are $70 until Monday. However, in order to plan for the pizza party at 2:00 on Friday, you will only be able to come to the yearbook signing party if you pre-order your yearbook today or tomorrow. Checks can be made out to Coral Shores High School for $70. You will get an invitation to the yearbook signing party tomorrow or Thursday from your 2nd period teacher. If you are out for testing, you can pick up your invitation from your 2nd period teacher before or right after school tomorrow or Thursday. If you do not purchase your yearbook before the end of the day tomorrow, though, you cannot come to the party Friday. So get yours today from Ms. Susa or any journalism student!

    Attention Varsity Baseball players please return all jerseys to Mrs. Signorelli as soon as possible.

    Hey seniors! Where are YOU going to college?

    Show off your new school on COLLEGE REVEAL DAY! Next Friday, May 18th!

    Seniors should wear their college t-shirts, and underclassmen can wear any college they choose!

    Hey Seniors! Have you noticed the college flag  board has no names this year, instead ,This Friday,, May 19 is our College Day Reveal! Wear your new college shirt, and underclassmen can wear any favorite college shirt.

    Any students who want to take HOPE in summer school at Coral Shores must sign up at the Coral Shores front office no later than Thursday, May 17th.

    -          Attention Seniors: Please make sure to pick-up your Cap & Gowns in the front office.

    -          Attention Students: This Saturday, May 19th, the Florida Keys Gator Club will be hosting a food drive at Winn Dixie in Tavernier from 10am-4pm and are in need of volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering, please sign-up on the bulletin board near the cafeteria or see Mrs. King.

    You can’t buy happiness, but you can buy a yearbook from sophomore Martha Calix or any other journalism student. The yearbooks are $70 this week and next week. Yearbooks arrive Friday, May 18 – soon! – so get yours today before the price goes up to $75 after May 18th! See Martha Calix as soon as you can!

    Mrs. Andersen and the Junior Class needs your help! We are looking for volunteers to help us with last minute prom preparations. You will be given community services for your service! We need volunteers for the following:  

    1.      On Saturday May 19 we need people to set up and decorate at Cheeca. We will have blocks of time available that fit your schedule.

    2.      On Sunday May 20th we need a cleanup crew. We will need people in the morning.

    We will have a Sign up list for each volunteer opportunity in the main office. Ask Ms. Marlene or Ms. Jaime for the list.

    We appreciate your help in advance!

    Seniors!

    Please start checking the front office window (near the door where you leave for off campus lunch) as scholarship interviews are starting to be posted with your interview dates and times. Take a picture so you don’t forget!

    Please note that it is up to each organization to decide who they would like to interview. Not all applicants will get interviews.

    Seniors,

    Your lockers must be cleared by the end of school on Monday May 21.  Any lockers that are not cleared will be assessed a $10 cleaning fee which must be paid before May 29 or you will not walk for graduation.

    All obligations must be cleared prior to graduation as well so check your lockers, cars, under your beds, and in your closets, for textbooks, library books, uniforms, or any outstanding fees for clubs and athletics, and take care of them ASAP you will be billed for lost items which must be paid before the 29th.

    Failure to resolve any outstanding obligations, will result in restriction from Senior Night and Graduation.

     

    All undergraduates need to have lockers cleaned and obligations cleared by the end of school on the 29th

    Any fees or other obligations that are not satisfied by the 29th will prevent off campus lunch, on campus parking, or participation in athletics etc. for next year.

    • Seniors-The deadline to complete your ONLINE COURSE to meet your graduation requirement is today, May 15th.  Please complete your course by this date so there is time for both FLVS and CSHS to finalize transcripts. 
    • Reminder-All students must  be in attendance in all class periods, be passing all classes, pay obligations and not have any disciplines issues in order to use an off campus lunch pass, attend prom, senior awards night and graduation.

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following:

    • Samuel Leon-Gonzalez
    • Mabel Silva

    Activities for the Week:

     

    Tuesday 5.15

    AP Calc AB and BC in the morning

    FSA ELA Reading Grades 9 and 10 Session 1

    Prom tickets sales at lunch

     

    Wednesday 5.16

    AP Language and Composition in the morning

    FSA ELA Reading Grades 9 and 10 Session 2

    AP Macroeconomics in the afternoon

    Faculty Meeting/EPIC site visit after school in the library

     

    Thursday 5.17

    AP World in the morning

    AP Stats in the afternoon

     

    Friday 5.18

    College Reveal Day-Seniors where clothing that represents the college/career you are pursuing next year

    AP Human in the morning

    Yearbook signing/pizza party in the cafeteria at 2pm

    Spring Football Game  - Home – 6pm vs. LaSalle

     

    Saturday 5.19

    Prom at Cheeca Lodge 7pm

     

     Project Wisdom-though of the day:

    Dr Suess Says:

    Whenever things go a bit sour, I always tell myself you can do better than this!!!

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Tuesday, May 15, 2018

    Attention! If you want to come to the yearbook signing party on Friday, TOMORROW is your last day to purchase a yearbook! Yearbooks are $70 until Monday. However, in order to plan for the pizza party at 2:00 on Friday, you will only be able to come to the yearbook signing party if you pre-order your yearbook today or tomorrow. Checks can be made out to Coral Shores High School for $70. You will get an invitation to the yearbook signing party tomorrow or Thursday from your 2nd period teacher. If you are out for testing, you can pick up your invitation from your 2nd period teacher before or right after school tomorrow or Thursday. If you do not purchase your yearbook before the end of the day tomorrow, though, you cannot come to the party Friday. So get yours today from Ms. Susa or any journalism student!

    Attention Varsity Baseball players please return all jerseys to Mrs. Signorelli as soon as possible.

    Hey seniors! Where are YOU going to college?

    Show off your new school on COLLEGE REVEAL DAY! Next Friday, May 18th!

    Seniors should wear their college t-shirts, and underclassmen can wear any college they choose!

    Hey Seniors! Have you noticed the college flag  board has no names this year, instead ,This Friday,, May 19 is our College Day Reveal! Wear your new college shirt, and underclassmen can wear any favorite college shirt.

    Any students who want to take HOPE in summer school at Coral Shores must sign up at the Coral Shores front office no later than Thursday, May 17th.

    -          Attention Seniors: Please make sure to pick-up your Cap & Gowns in the front office.

    -          Attention Students: This Saturday, May 19th, the Florida Keys Gator Club will be hosting a food drive at Winn Dixie in Tavernier from 10am-4pm and are in need of volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering, please sign-up on the bulletin board near the cafeteria or see Mrs. King.

    You can’t buy happiness, but you can buy a yearbook from sophomore Martha Calix or any other journalism student. The yearbooks are $70 this week and next week. Yearbooks arrive Friday, May 18 – soon! – so get yours today before the price goes up to $75 after May 18th! See Martha Calix as soon as you can!

    Mrs. Andersen and the Junior Class needs your help! We are looking for volunteers to help us with last minute prom preparations. You will be given community services for your service! We need volunteers for the following:  

    1.      On Saturday May 19 we need people to set up and decorate at Cheeca. We will have blocks of time available that fit your schedule.

    2.      On Sunday May 20th we need a cleanup crew. We will need people in the morning.

    We will have a Sign up list for each volunteer opportunity in the main office. Ask Ms. Marlene or Ms. Jaime for the list.

    We appreciate your help in advance!

    Seniors!

    Please start checking the front office window (near the door where you leave for off campus lunch) as scholarship interviews are starting to be posted with your interview dates and times. Take a picture so you don’t forget!

    Please note that it is up to each organization to decide who they would like to interview. Not all applicants will get interviews.

    Seniors,

    Your lockers must be cleared by the end of school on Monday May 21.  Any lockers that are not cleared will be assessed a $10 cleaning fee which must be paid before May 29 or you will not walk for graduation.

    All obligations must be cleared prior to graduation as well so check your lockers, cars, under your beds, and in your closets, for textbooks, library books, uniforms, or any outstanding fees for clubs and athletics, and take care of them ASAP you will be billed for lost items which must be paid before the 29th.

    Failure to resolve any outstanding obligations, will result in restriction from Senior Night and Graduation.

     

    All undergraduates need to have lockers cleaned and obligations cleared by the end of school on the 29th

    Any fees or other obligations that are not satisfied by the 29th will prevent off campus lunch, on campus parking, or participation in athletics etc. for next year.

    • Seniors-The deadline to complete your ONLINE COURSE to meet your graduation requirement is today, May 15th.  Please complete your course by this date so there is time for both FLVS and CSHS to finalize transcripts. 
    • Reminder-All students must  be in attendance in all class periods, be passing all classes, pay obligations and not have any disciplines issues in order to use an off campus lunch pass, attend prom, senior awards night and graduation.

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following:

    • Samuel Leon-Gonzalez
    • Mabel Silva

    Activities for the Week:

     

    Tuesday 5.15

    AP Calc AB and BC in the morning

    FSA ELA Reading Grades 9 and 10 Session 1

    Prom tickets sales at lunch

     

    Wednesday 5.16

    AP Language and Composition in the morning

    FSA ELA Reading Grades 9 and 10 Session 2

    AP Macroeconomics in the afternoon

    Faculty Meeting/EPIC site visit after school in the library

     

    Thursday 5.17

    AP World in the morning

    AP Stats in the afternoon

     

    Friday 5.18

    College Reveal Day-Seniors where clothing that represents the college/career you are pursuing next year

    AP Human in the morning

    Yearbook signing/pizza party in the cafeteria at 2pm

    Spring Football Game  - Home – 6pm vs. LaSalle

     

    Saturday 5.19

    Prom at Cheeca Lodge 7pm

     

     Project Wisdom-though of the day:

    Dr Suess Says:

    Whenever things go a bit sour, I always tell myself you can do better than this!!!

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Monday, May 14th, 2018

    Attention Seniors:

    Island Christian School and Island Community Church, has invited Coral Shores graduating seniors to the Baccalaureate service this Sunday May 20th at 10 am at Island Community Church 83250 Overseas Hwy Islamorada. ICS graduates will be wearing their gowns and be capped during the service. Coral Shores attendees are encouraged to wear their Commencement apparel, this is not a mandatory event nor is it sponsored by Coral Shores or Monroe County Schools. For more information contact ICS.

    Hey seniors! Where are YOU going to college?

    Show off your new school on COLLEGE REVEAL DAY! Next Friday, May 18th!

    Seniors should wear their college t-shirts, and underclassmen can wear any college they choose!

    Any students who want to take HOPE in summer school at Coral Shores must sign up at the Coral Shores front office no later than Thursday, May 17th.

    -          Attention Seniors: Please make sure to pick-up your Cap & Gowns in the front office.

    -          Attention Students: This Saturday, May 19th, the Florida Keys Gator Club will be hosting a food drive at Winn Dixie in Tavernier from 10am-4pm and are in need of volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering, please sign-up on the bulletin board near the cafeteria or see Mrs. King.

    You can’t buy happiness, but you can buy a yearbook from sophomore Martha Calix or any other journalism student. The yearbooks are $70 this week and next week. Yearbooks arrive Friday, May 18 – soon! – so get yours today before the price goes up to $75 after May 18th! See Martha Calix as soon as you can!

    Mrs. Andersen and the Junior Class needs your help! We are looking for volunteers to help us with last minute prom preparations. You will be given community services for your service! We need volunteers for the following:  

    1.      We need help building the decorations being used for Prom. We need a team to work together after school starting today through Friday May 18.

    2.      On Saturday May 19 we need people to set up and decorate at Cheeca. We will have blocks of time available that fit your schedule.

    3.      On Sunday May 20th we need a cleanup crew. We will need people in the morning.

     

    We will have a Sign up list for each volunteer opportunity in the main office. Ask Ms. Marlene or Ms. Jaime for the list.

    We appreciate your help in advance!

    Seniors!

    Please start checking the front office window (near the door where you leave for off campus lunch) as scholarship interviews are starting to be posted with your interview dates and times. Take a picture so you don’t forget!

    Please note that it is up to each organization to decide who they would like to interview. Not all applicants will get interviews.

    Seniors,

    Your lockers must be cleared by the end of school on Monday May 21.  Any lockers that are not cleared will be assessed a $10 cleaning fee which must be paid before May 29 or you will not walk for graduation.

    All obligations must be cleared prior to graduation as well so check your lockers, cars, under your beds, and in your closets, for textbooks, library books, uniforms, or any outstanding fees for clubs and athletics, and take care of them ASAP you will be billed for lost items which must be paid before the 29th.

    Failure to resolve any outstanding obligations, will result in restriction from Senior Night and Graduation.

     

    All undergraduates need to have lockers cleaned and obligations cleared by the end of school on the 29th

    Any fees or other obligations that are not satisfied by the 29th will prevent off campus lunch, on campus parking, or participation in athletics etc. for next year.

    Attention Juniors and Seniors!

    You have 2 days left to purchase prom tickets today and tomorrow during A and B lunches only for $30! TUESDAY IS THE LAST DAY TO PURCHASE PROM TICKETS!!!

     

    We have received very generous donations from many individuals and businesses to help make this prom unforgettable and because of their generosity we have a beautiful venue, amazing food and entertainment that We are hoping will exceed your expectations!! Because of the generosity of others we have been able to keep the ticket price very low for you!

     

    The Junior officers have been working tirelessly to make this prom the best ever. When you see them please thank Tara Amador, Jaime Aucamp, Robbie Prosek, and Emily Dillon for their numerous hours of dedication to all of you!! 18 days to go!! Thank you Jonathan, Landon and Dallas for coming to our meeting yesterday and helping us out! 

    • Seniors-The deadline to complete your ONLINE COURSE to meet your graduation requirement is tomorrow, May 15th.  Please complete your course by this date so there is time for both FLVS and CSHS to finalize transcripts. 
    • Reminder-All students must  be in attendance in all class periods, be passing all classes, pay obligations and not have any disciplines issues in order to use an off campus lunch pass, attend prom, senior awards night and graduation.

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following:

     

    • Victoria Aucamp
    • Stephen Franks
    • Leila-Marie Isidor
    • Julie Powers
    • Kathleen Young

     

     Project Wisdom-though 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. 

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday, May 11th, 2018

    Hey seniors! Where are YOU going to college?

    Show off your new school on COLLEGE REVEAL DAY! Next Friday, May 18th!

    Seniors should wear their college t-shirts, and underclassmen can wear any college they choose!

    Any students who want to take HOPE in summer school at Coral Shores must sign up at the Coral Shores front office no later than Thursday, May 17th.

    Attention Sophomores – if you ordered a class shirt, please stop by Miss Kater’s room, 1-205, to pick it up before or after school.

    “This is a reminder that Pep Band is meeting today, in the Band Room, right after school. If you cannot attend this meeting please speak to Mrs. G or to Cara. They will update you on important information.”

    You can’t buy happiness, but you can buy a yearbook from sophomore Martha Calix or any other journalism student. The yearbooks are $70 this week and next week. Yearbooks arrive Friday, May 18 – soon! – so get yours today before the price goes up to $75 after May 18th! See Martha Calix as soon as you can!

    Mrs. Andersen and the Junior Class needs your help! We are looking for volunteers to help us with last minute prom preparations. You will be given community services for your service! We need volunteers for the following:  

    1.      We need help building the decorations being used for Prom. We need a team to work together after school starting today through Friday May 18.

    2.      On Saturday May 19 we need people to set up and decorate at Cheeca. We will have blocks of time available that fit your schedule.

    3.      On Sunday May 20th we need a cleanup crew. We will need people in the morning.

     

    We will have a Sign up list for each volunteer opportunity in the main office. Ask Ms. Marlene or Ms. Jaime for the list.

    We appreciate your help in advance!

    Seniors!

    Please start checking the front office window (near the door where you leave for off campus lunch) as scholarship interviews are starting to be posted with your interview dates and times. Take a picture so you don’t forget!

    Please note that it is up to each organization to decide who they would like to interview. Not all applicants will get interviews.

    Seniors,

    Your lockers must be cleared by the end of school on Monday May 21.  Any lockers that are not cleared will be assessed a $10 cleaning fee which must be paid before May 29 or you will not walk for graduation.

    All obligations must be cleared prior to graduation as well so check your lockers, cars, under your beds, and in your closets, for textbooks, library books, uniforms, or any outstanding fees for clubs and athletics, and take care of them ASAP you will be billed for lost items which must be paid before the 29th.

    Failure to resolve any outstanding obligations, will result in restriction from Senior Night and Graduation.

     

    All undergraduates need to have lockers cleaned and obligations cleared by the end of school on the 29th

    Any fees or other obligations that are not satisfied by the 29th will prevent off campus lunch, on campus parking, or participation in athletics etc. for next year.

    Attention Juniors and Seniors!

    You have 2 days left to purchase prom tickets. Monday May 14 and Tuesday May 15 during A and B lunches only for $30! TUESDAY IS THE LAST DAY TO PURCHASE PROM TICKETS!!!

     

    We have received very generous donations from many individuals and businesses to help make this prom unforgettable and because of their generosity we have a beautiful venue, amazing food and entertainment that We are hoping will exceed your expectations!! Because of the generosity of others we have been able to keep the ticket price very low for you!

     

    The Junior officers have been working tirelessly to make this prom the best ever. When you see them please thank Tara Amador, Jaime Aucamp, Robbie Prosek, and Emily Dillon for their numerous hours of dedication to all of you!! 18 days to go!! Thank you Jonathan, Landon and Dallas for coming to our meeting yesterday and helping us out! 

     

    Please see Ms. Rosenow if you are interested in becoming certified to SCUBA dive.  A few local shops are offering steep discounts to coral Shores students.

    There will be a Senior Scholarship Interview workshop held TODAY during your off period of either 1st or 7th period. Please sign up on the PURPLE paper on the bulletin board if you plan to attend!

    Get tips on questions they may ask, what to wear and what to say!

    • Seniors-The deadline to complete your ONLINE COURSE to meet your graduation requirement is May 15th.  Please complete your course by this date so there is time for both FLVS and CSHS to finalize transcripts. 
    • Reminder-All students must  be in attendance in all class periods, be passing all classes, pay obligations and not have any disciplines issues in order to use an off campus lunch pass, attend prom, senior awards night and graduation.

    Activities for the Week:

     

    Friday 5.11

    AP US History and AP Computer Science Testing

    Last day to buy your shark shirt xo

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes whose birthday is tomorrow:

    • Cora Long

     Project Wisdom-though of the day:

     

      Friendships

    You can make more friends in two months by becoming genuinely interested in other people than you can in two years by trying to get other people interested in you.

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday, April 27th, 2018

     Congratulations to our Varsity Baseball team

    2018 Regular Season Champs

    2018 Conference Tournament Champs

    Awards

    1st Team all-conference – Jake Curry, Ty Harrelson, Roman Roberts and Michael Signorelli

    2nd team all-conference – Dillon Walters and Jason Filpes

    3rd team all-conference – Levi Houston and Zak Filpes

    Scholar-Athlete- Aiden Hawkins

    Most Valuable Player of the Championship game – Roman Roberts.

        FHSAA 2A Region 4 Track & Field meet was Wednesday and congratulations to the following hurricanes:

    - Dustin Chamberlain came in 9th place in the Discus with a throw of 126 feet 10 inches.

    -Riley Dobson came in 15th place in the Shot Put with her best throw of the year 32 feet I inch.

    Coral Shores State Qualifier

    Lily Costa came in 2nd place in the Pole Vault with a jump of 10 feet 10 inches congratulations track members.

     

     

    Go Canes!!

    Attention all volleyball players – Open Gym will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays starting next week- May1st set up 3:00, court time 4-6.

     

     

    • Seniors-The deadline to complete your ONLINE COURSE to meet your graduation requirement is May 15th.  Please complete your course by this date so there is time for both FLVS and CSHS to finalize transcripts. 
    • Reminder-All students must  be in attendance in all class periods, be passing all classes, pay obligations and not have any disciplines issues in order to use an off campus lunch pass, attend prom, senior awards night and graduation.

     

    Florida Keys Swim Club is looking for volunteers for the Gold Medal Invitational at Founders Pool this weekend, April 27-29.

    Friday 4:30-8 PM

    Saturday 8:30 AM-1PM

    Sunday 8:30 AM-1PM

    You can sign up through Mrs. Kelley in the Art Room.

     

     There are a limited number of yearbooks left for pre-order. If you still haven’t ordered your 2018 yearbook, you can purchase one from Angel Kelley, Airiana Lindback, Ms. Susa, or any journalism student. They are $70, and the price will increase on May 18, which is the date of the yearbook signing party. Get yours today! You don’t want to miss out! Checks can be made out to Coral Shores High School. 

    The last day to check out books from the Library will be Friday May 4th.   All books will be due back no later than May 18th.  Any books returned after that date will be subject to a fine.

    Activities for the Week

     

     Saturday 4/28

    Chi Sigma Sorority’s Ms. Coral Shores Scholarship Contest at 7pm in the PAC

     

    Project Wisdom-though of the day:

       

     Derek Jeter says:

    Hard Work Ethic

     

    There may be people that have more talent than you

    But there is no excuse for anyone to work harder than you do.

     

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

    •  Lauren Fundyk
    • Bryan  Placencia

     

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday, May 11th, 2018

    Hey seniors! Where are YOU going to college?

    Show off your new school on COLLEGE REVEAL DAY! Next Friday, May 18th!

    Seniors should wear their college t-shirts, and underclassmen can wear any college they choose!

    Any students who want to take HOPE in summer school at Coral Shores must sign up at the Coral Shores front office no later than Thursday, May 17th.

    Attention Sophomores – if you ordered a class shirt, please stop by Miss Kater’s room, 1-205, to pick it up before or after school.

    “This is a reminder that Pep Band is meeting today, in the Band Room, right after school. If you cannot attend this meeting please speak to Mrs. G or to Cara. They will update you on important information.”

    You can’t buy happiness, but you can buy a yearbook from sophomore Martha Calix or any other journalism student. The yearbooks are $70 this week and next week. Yearbooks arrive Friday, May 18 – soon! – so get yours today before the price goes up to $75 after May 18th! See Martha Calix as soon as you can!

    Mrs. Andersen and the Junior Class needs your help! We are looking for volunteers to help us with last minute prom preparations. You will be given community services for your service! We need volunteers for the following:  

    1.      We need help building the decorations being used for Prom. We need a team to work together after school starting today through Friday May 18.

    2.      On Saturday May 19 we need people to set up and decorate at Cheeca. We will have blocks of time available that fit your schedule.

    3.      On Sunday May 20th we need a cleanup crew. We will need people in the morning.

     

    We will have a Sign up list for each volunteer opportunity in the main office. Ask Ms. Marlene or Ms. Jaime for the list.

    We appreciate your help in advance!

    Seniors!

    Please start checking the front office window (near the door where you leave for off campus lunch) as scholarship interviews are starting to be posted with your interview dates and times. Take a picture so you don’t forget!

    Please note that it is up to each organization to decide who they would like to interview. Not all applicants will get interviews.

    Seniors,

    Your lockers must be cleared by the end of school on Monday May 21.  Any lockers that are not cleared will be assessed a $10 cleaning fee which must be paid before May 29 or you will not walk for graduation.

    All obligations must be cleared prior to graduation as well so check your lockers, cars, under your beds, and in your closets, for textbooks, library books, uniforms, or any outstanding fees for clubs and athletics, and take care of them ASAP you will be billed for lost items which must be paid before the 29th.

    Failure to resolve any outstanding obligations, will result in restriction from Senior Night and Graduation.

     

    All undergraduates need to have lockers cleaned and obligations cleared by the end of school on the 29th

    Any fees or other obligations that are not satisfied by the 29th will prevent off campus lunch, on campus parking, or participation in athletics etc. for next year.

    Attention Juniors and Seniors!

    You have 2 days left to purchase prom tickets. Monday May 14 and Tuesday May 15 during A and B lunches only for $30! TUESDAY IS THE LAST DAY TO PURCHASE PROM TICKETS!!!

     

    We have received very generous donations from many individuals and businesses to help make this prom unforgettable and because of their generosity we have a beautiful venue, amazing food and entertainment that We are hoping will exceed your expectations!! Because of the generosity of others we have been able to keep the ticket price very low for you!

     

    The Junior officers have been working tirelessly to make this prom the best ever. When you see them please thank Tara Amador, Jaime Aucamp, Robbie Prosek, and Emily Dillon for their numerous hours of dedication to all of you!! 18 days to go!! Thank you Jonathan, Landon and Dallas for coming to our meeting yesterday and helping us out! 

     

    Please see Ms. Rosenow if you are interested in becoming certified to SCUBA dive.  A few local shops are offering steep discounts to coral Shores students.

    There will be a Senior Scholarship Interview workshop held TODAY during your off period of either 1st or 7th period. Please sign up on the PURPLE paper on the bulletin board if you plan to attend!

    Get tips on questions they may ask, what to wear and what to say!

    • Seniors-The deadline to complete your ONLINE COURSE to meet your graduation requirement is May 15th.  Please complete your course by this date so there is time for both FLVS and CSHS to finalize transcripts. 
    • Reminder-All students must  be in attendance in all class periods, be passing all classes, pay obligations and not have any disciplines issues in order to use an off campus lunch pass, attend prom, senior awards night and graduation.

    Activities for the Week:

     

    Friday 5.11

    AP US History and AP Computer Science Testing

    Last day to buy your shark shirt xo

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes whose birthday is tomorrow:

    • Cora Long

     Project Wisdom-though of the day:

     

      Friendships

    You can make more friends in two months by becoming genuinely interested in other people than you can in two years by trying to get other people interested in you.

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Thursday, May 10th, 2018

    Hey seniors! Where are YOU going to college?

    Show off your new school on COLLEGE REVEAL DAY! Next Friday, May 18th!

    Seniors should wear their college t-shirts, and underclassmen can wear any college they choose!

    Any students who want to take HOPE in summer school at Coral Shores must sign up at the Coral Shores front office no later than Thursday, May 17th.

    Attention Sophomores – if you ordered a class shirt, please stop by Miss Kater’s room, 1-205, to pick it up before or after school.

    “This is a reminder that Pep Band is meeting today, in the Band Room, right after school. If you cannot attend this meeting please speak to Mrs. G or to Cara. They will update you on important information.”

    You can’t buy happiness, but you can buy a yearbook from sophomore Martha Calix or any other journalism student. The yearbooks are $70 this week and next week. Yearbooks arrive Friday, May 18 – soon! – so get yours today before the price goes up to $75 after May 18th! See Martha Calix as soon as you can!

    Seniors, if you have earned your complete Microsoft Office Specialist or Adobe Certified Associate Certifications in THREE applications such as PhotoShop, Illustrator and InDesign, within the last four years please see Mrs. Britton in room 2-201 to reserve your cords for graduation.  Seniors must have earned at least three certifications in Microsoft or Adobe to qualify.

    All volleyball players attending camp in June - remaining balances are due to Coach May 10th.

    Seniors!

    Please start checking the front office window (near the door where you leave for off campus lunch) as scholarship interviews are starting to be posted with your interview dates and times. Take a picture so you don’t forget!

    Please note that it is up to each organization to decide who they would like to interview. Not all applicants will get interviews.

    Seniors,

    Your lockers must be cleared by the end of school on Monday May 21.  Any lockers that are not cleared will be assessed a $10 cleaning fee which must be paid before May 29 or you will not walk for graduation.

    All obligations must be cleared prior to graduation as well so check your lockers, cars, under your beds, and in your closets, for textbooks, library books, uniforms, or any outstanding fees for clubs and athletics, and take care of them ASAP you will be billed for lost items which must be paid before the 29th.

    Failure to resolve any outstanding obligations, will result in restriction from Senior Night and Graduation.

     

    All undergraduates need to have lockers cleaned and obligations cleared by the end of school on the 29th

    Any fees or other obligations that are not satisfied by the 29th will prevent off campus lunch, on campus parking, or participation in athletics etc. for next year.

    Attention Juniors and Seniors!

    You have 3 days left to purchase prom tickets. Tuesday May 15, Wednesday May 16 and Thursday May 17 during A and B lunches only for $30 only!

     

    We have received very generous donations from many individuals and businesses to help make this prom unforgettable and because of their generosity we have a beautiful venue, amazing food and entertainment that We are hoping will exceed your expectations!! Because of the generosity of others we have been able to keep the ticket price low for you!

     

    The Junior officers have been working tirelessly to make this prom the best ever. When you see them please thank Tara Amador, Jaime Aucamp, Robbie Prosek, and Emily Dillon!!  

     

    Today after school, there will be a meeting in Mrs. Andersen’s room 2-216 for Juniors who are interested in helping the officers finish the last final touches. Please come ready to work. 19 days to go!!

     

     

    Please see Ms. Rosenow if you are interested in becoming certified to SCUBA dive.  A few local shops are offering steep discounts to coral Shores students.

    There will be a Senior Scholarship Interview workshop held THIS FRIDAY during your off period of either 1st or 7th period.

    Please sign up on the PURPLE paper on the bulletin board if you plan to attend!

    Get tips on questions they may ask, what to wear and what to say!

    • Seniors-The deadline to complete your ONLINE COURSE to meet your graduation requirement is May 15th.  Please complete your course by this date so there is time for both FLVS and CSHS to finalize transcripts. 
    • Reminder-All students must  be in attendance in all class periods, be passing all classes, pay obligations and not have any disciplines issues in order to use an off campus lunch pass, attend prom, senior awards night and graduation.

    Activities for the Week:

    Thursday 5.10

    AP Government and AP Environmental Science Testing

    Prom tickets on sale during both lunches

     

    Friday 5.11

    AP US History and AP Computer Science Testing

    Last day to buy your shark shirt xo

     Project Wisdom-though of the day:

     

       Making a Difference:There are no limits to what a person can accomplish if inspired by faith in human beings and a desire to improve the world.

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday, May 9th, 2018

    Hey seniors! Where are YOU going to college?

    Show off your new school on COLLEGE REVEAL DAY! Next Friday, May 18th!

    Seniors should wear their college t-shirts, and underclassmen can wear any college they choose!

    Any students who want to take HOPE in summer school at Coral Shores must sign up at the Coral Shores front office no later than Thursday, May 17th.

    Attention Sophomores – if you ordered a class shirt, please stop by Miss Kater’s room, 1-205, to pick it up before or after school.

    Seniors, if you have earned your complete Microsoft Office Specialist or Adobe Certified Associate Certifications in THREE applications such as PhotoShop, Illustrator and InDesign, within the last four years please see Mrs. Britton in room 2-201 to reserve your cords for graduation.  Seniors must have earned at least three certifications in Microsoft or Adobe to qualify.

    Seniors!

    Please start checking the front office window (near the door where you leave for off campus lunch) as scholarship interviews are starting to be posted with your interview dates and times. Take a picture so you don’t forget!

    Please note that it is up to each organization to decide who they would like to interview. Not all applicants will get interviews.

    Seniors,

    Your lockers must be cleared by the end of school on Monday May 21.  Any lockers that are not cleared will be assessed a $10 cleaning fee which must be paid before May 29 or you will not walk for graduation.

    All obligations must be cleared prior to graduation as well so check your lockers, cars, under your beds, and in your closets, for textbooks, library books, uniforms, or any outstanding fees for clubs and athletics, and take care of them ASAP you will be billed for lost items which must be paid before the 29th.

    Failure to resolve any outstanding obligations, will result in restriction from Senior Night and Graduation.

     

    All undergraduates need to have lockers cleaned and obligations cleared by the end of school on the 29th

    Any fees or other obligations that are not satisfied by the 29th will prevent off campus lunch, on campus parking, or participation in athletics etc. for next year.

    Attention Juniors and Seniors!!

    Due to an overwhelming amount of community support we have reduced the price back down to $30.

    You only have 5 days left to purchase prom tickets! They will be on sale Tuesday May 8 and Thursday May 10 during A and B lunch only! The cost will be $30.

    The following week tickets will be on sale Tuesday May 15th, Wednesday May 16th, Thursday May 17th during A and B lunches only for $35.

    Please see Ms. Rosenow if you are interested in becoming certified to SCUBA dive.  A few local shops are offering steep discounts to coral Shores students.

    Do you know Sophomore Cameron El-Koury? Well, if you still need to buy a yearbook, you can buy one from her. Cameron’s goal is to sell 73 yearbooks this year, and she is well on her way toward meeting her goal! Help her out with her goal by giving her a check for $70 made out to Coral Shores High School, and she will give you a receipt! If you don’t know Cameron, you can also give a check to any journalism student or Ms. Susa. Hurry! Time is running out, and you don’t want to miss this amazing yearbook! The yearbook signing party is May 18.

    There will be a Senior Scholarship Interview workshop held THIS FRIDAY during your off period of either 1st or 7th period.

    Please sign up on the PURPLE paper on the bulletin board if you plan to attend!

    Get tips on questions they may ask, what to wear and what to say!

    • Seniors-The deadline to complete your ONLINE COURSE to meet your graduation requirement is May 15th.  Please complete your course by this date so there is time for both FLVS and CSHS to finalize transcripts. 
    • Reminder-All students must  be in attendance in all class periods, be passing all classes, pay obligations and not have any disciplines issues in order to use an off campus lunch pass, attend prom, senior awards night and graduation.

     

    Activities for the Week

     

    Wednesday 5.9

    AP Literature Testing

    Department meeting after school

    SAC meeting at 6pm

     

    Thursday 5.10

    AP Government and AP Environmental Science Testing

    Prom tickets on sale during both lunches

     

    Friday 5.11

    AP US History and AP Computer Science Testing

    Last day to buy your shark shirt xo

     

     Project Wisdom-though of the day:

     

       Feeling Success

    If one moves confidently in the direction of his dreams and tries to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with unexpected success.

     

       

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Tuesday, May 8th, 2018

    Seniors!

    Please start checking the front office window (near the door where you leave for off campus lunch) as scholarship interviews are starting to be posted with your interview dates and times. Take a picture so you don’t forget!

    Please note that it is up to each organization to decide who they would like to interview. Not all applicants will get interviews.

    Seniors,

    Your lockers must be cleared by the end of school on Monday May 21.  Any lockers that are not cleared will be assessed a $10 cleaning fee which must be paid before May 29 or you will not walk for graduation.

    All obligations must be cleared prior to graduation as well so check your lockers, cars, under your beds, and in your closets, for textbooks, library books, uniforms, or any outstanding fees for clubs and athletics, and take care of them ASAP you will be billed for lost items which must be paid before the 29th.

    Failure to resolve any outstanding obligations, will result in restriction from Senior Night and Graduation.

     

    All undergraduates need to have lockers cleaned and obligations cleared by the end of school on the 29th

    Any fees or other obligations that are not satisfied by the 29th will prevent off campus lunch, on campus parking, or participation in athletics etc. for next year.

    Attention Juniors and Seniors!!

    Due to an overwhelming amount of community support we have reduced the price back down to $30.

    You only have 5 days left to purchase prom tickets! They will be on sale Tuesday May 8 and Thursday May 10 during A and B lunch only! The cost will be $30.

    The following week tickets will be on sale Tuesday May 15th, Wednesday May 16th, Thursday May 17th during A and B lunches only for $35.

    Please see Ms. Rosenow if you are interested in becoming certified to SCUBA dive.  A few local shops are offering steep discounts to coral Shores students.

    Do you know Sophomore Cameron El-Koury? Well, if you still need to buy a yearbook, you can buy one from her. Cameron’s goal is to sell 73 yearbooks this year, and she is well on her way toward meeting her goal! Help her out with her goal by giving her a check for $70 made out to Coral Shores High School, and she will give you a receipt! If you don’t know Cameron, you can also give a check to any journalism student or Ms. Susa. Hurry! Time is running out, and you don’t want to miss this amazing yearbook! The yearbook signing party is May 18.

    There will be a Senior Scholarship Interview workshop held THIS FRIDAY during your off period of either 1st or 7th period.

    Please sign up on the PURPLE paper on the bulletin board if you plan to attend!

    Get tips on questions they may ask, what to wear and what to say!

    • Seniors-The deadline to complete your ONLINE COURSE to meet your graduation requirement is May 15th.  Please complete your course by this date so there is time for both FLVS and CSHS to finalize transcripts. 
    • Reminder-All students must  be in attendance in all class periods, be passing all classes, pay obligations and not have any disciplines issues in order to use an off campus lunch pass, attend prom, senior awards night and graduation.

     

    Activities for the Week

     

    Tuesday 5.8

    AP Spanish and AP Physics Testing

    Superintendent’s Ultimate Reader Awards in the PAC

    Prom tickets on sale during both lunches

     

    Wednesday 5.9

    AP Literature Testing

    Department meeting after school

    SAC meeting at 6pm

     

    Thursday 5.10

    AP Government and AP Environmental Science Testing

    Prom tickets on sale during both lunches

     

    Friday 5.11

    AP US History and AP Computer Science Testing

    Last day to buy your shark shirt xo

     

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes whose birthday is tomorrow:

    • Nola Frank
    • Emma Marsden

     Project Wisdom-though of the day:

       Getting an education is a little bit like sculpting from marble.  Every day at school you are chipping away at your rough edges and uncovering the unique and special adult that you will someday be.

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Monday, May 7th, 2018

    Seniors!

    Please start checking the front office window (near the door where you leave for off campus lunch) as scholarship interviews are starting to be posted with your interview dates and times. Take a picture so you don’t forget!

    Please note that it is up to each organization to decide who they would like to interview. Not all applicants will get interviews.

    Seniors,

    Your lockers must be cleared by the end of school on Monday May 21.  Any lockers that are not cleared will be assessed a $10 cleaning fee which must be paid before May 29 or you will not walk for graduation.

    All obligations must be cleared prior to graduation as well so check your lockers, cars, under your beds, and in your closets, for textbooks, library books, uniforms, or any outstanding fees for clubs and athletics, and take care of them ASAP you will be billed for lost items which must be paid before the 29th.

    Failure to resolve any outstanding obligations, will result in restriction from Senior Night and Graduation.

     

     All undergraduates need to have lockers cleaned and obligations cleared by the end of school on the 29th

    Any fees or other obligations that are not satisfied by the 29th will prevent off campus lunch, on campus parking, or participation in athletics etc. for next year.

    Attention Juniors and Seniors!!

    Due to an overwhelming amount of community support we have reduced the price back down to $30.

    You only have 5 days left to purchase prom tickets! They will be on sale Tuesday May 8 and Thursday May 10 during A and B lunch only! The cost will be $30.

    The following week tickets will be on sale Tuesday May 15th, Wednesday May 16th, Thursday May 17th during A and B lunches only for $35.

    Please see Ms. Rosenow if you are interested in becoming certified to SCUBA dive.  A few local shops are offering steep discounts to coral Shores students.

    Do you know Sophomore Cameron El-Koury? Well, if you still need to buy a yearbook, you can buy one from her. Cameron’s goal is to sell 73 yearbooks this year, and she is well on her way toward meeting her goal! Help her out with her goal by giving her a check for $70 made out to Coral Shores High School, and she will give you a receipt! If you don’t know Cameron, you can also give a check to any journalism student or Ms. Susa. Hurry! Time is running out, and you don’t want to miss this amazing yearbook! The yearbook signing party is May 18.

    The Superintendent’s Ultimate Readers Awards will take place next Tuesday, May 8 at 10:30 in the PAC.  All students who read 15 books this year are eligible for the award.  You will receive your invitations in your English classes.  If you have any questions please see Ms. Haddad in the Media Center.

    Congratulations to Lily Costa at the FHSAA 2A Track and Field Championship Friday. Lily competed in the Pole Vault clearing 10 feet 10 inches placing her in 4th place. Awesome job Lily Costa!!

    There will be a Senior Scholarship Interview workshop held THIS FRIDAY during your off period of either 1st or 7th period.

    Please sign up on the PURPLE paper on the bulletin board if you plan to attend!

    Get tips on questions they may ask , what to wear and what to say!

     

    • Seniors-The deadline to complete your ONLINE COURSE to meet your graduation requirement is May 15th.  Please complete your course by this date so there is time for both FLVS and CSHS to finalize transcripts. 
    • Reminder-All students must  be in attendance in all class periods, be passing all classes, pay obligations and not have any disciplines issues in order to use an off campus lunch pass, attend prom, senior awards night and graduation.

     

    Activities for the Week

    Monday 5.7

    AP Chemistry and AP Psychology Testing

    BLPT after school in the conference room

     

    Tuesday 5.8

    AP Spanish and AP Physics Testing

    Superintendent’s Ultimate Reader Awards in the PAC

    Prom tickets on sale during both lunches

     

    Wednesday 5.9

    AP Literature Testing

    Department meeting after school

    SAC meeting at 6pm

     

    Thursday 5.10

    AP Government and AP Environmental Science Testing

    Prom tickets on sale during both lunches

     

    Friday 5.11

    AP US History and AP Computer Science Testing

    Last day to buy your shark shirt xo

     

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes whose birthday is tomorrow:

    • Ava Garcia

     

     Project Wisdom-though of the day:

       

              If you treat a man as he is, he will stay as he is-- but, if you treat him as if he were what he ought to be, and could be, he will become that bigger and better man.

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday, May 4, 2018

    Seniors!

    Please start checking the front office window (near the door where you leave for off campus lunch) as scholarship interviews are starting to be posted with your interview dates and times. Take a picture so you don’t forget!

    Please note that it is up to each organization to decide who they would like to interview. Not all applicants will get interviews.

    Seniors,

    Your lockers must be cleared by the end of school on Monday May 21.  Any lockers that are not cleared will be assessed a $10 cleaning fee which must be paid before May 29 or you will not walk for graduation.

    All obligations must be cleared prior to graduation as well so check your lockers, cars, under your beds, and in your closets, for textbooks, library books, uniforms, or any outstanding fees for clubs and athletics, and take care of them ASAP you will be billed for lost items which must be paid before the 29th.

    Failure to resolve any outstanding obligations, will result in restriction from Senior Night and Graduation.

     

     All undergraduates need to have lockers cleaned and obligations cleared by the end of school on the 29th

    Any fees or other obligations that are not satisfied by the 29th will prevent off campus lunch, on campus parking, or participation in athletics etc. for next year.

     

    Attention Juniors and Seniors!!

    Due to an overwhelming amount of community support we have reduced the price back down to $30.

    You only have 5 days left to purchase prom tickets! They will be on sale Tuesday May 8 and Thursday May 10 during A and B lunch only! The cost will be $30.

    The following week tickets will be on sale Tuesday May 15th, Wednesday May 16th, Thursday May 17th during A and B lunches only for  $35.

     

    Did you know that on average, 6 people worldwide die each year from shark attacks while 655,000 people die from mosquito related illnesses such as malaria?   Sharks are friends!   Help Coral Shores show its love of sharks by buying a shirt that supports shark research and conservation at Mote Marine Lab.   See Ms. Rosenow for details.

     

    Do you know Sophomore Cameron El-Koury? Well, if you still need to buy a yearbook, you can buy one from her. Cameron’s goal is to sell 73 yearbooks this year, and she is well on her way toward meeting her goal! Help her out with her goal by giving her a check for $70 made out to Coral Shores High School, and she will give you a receipt! If you don’t know Cameron, you can also give a check to any journalism student or Ms. Susa. Hurry! Time is running out, and you don’t want to miss this amazing yearbook! The yearbook signing party is May 18.

    The Key Club is excited to announce a summer community service project.  We are hosting a mini read-a-thon at the Key Largo public library for local elementary students.  If you are interested in earning some community service hours this summer, then swing by Ms. Truesdale’s room to sign up to join us on June 11th from 11:00 to 3:00 pm at the Key Largo public library.  All are welcome!

    The Superintendent’s Ultimate Readers Awards will take place next Tuesday, May 7 at 10:30 in the PAC.  All students who read 15 books this year are eligible for the award.  You will receive your invitations in your English classes.  If you have any questions please see Ms. Haddad in the Media Center.

    It’s time for Senior Portraits!  Make your appointment NOW and SAVE! Appointments in May save $30… in June save $20… in July save $10.  Call Melendi   at 305.453.5441

    • Seniors-The deadline to complete your ONLINE COURSE to meet your graduation requirement is May 15th.  Please complete your course by this date so there is time for both FLVS and CSHS to finalize transcripts. 
    • Reminder-All students must  be in attendance in all class periods, be passing all classes, pay obligations and not have any disciplines issues in order to use an off campus lunch pass, attend prom, senior awards night and graduation.

     

    Activities for the Week

     

    Saturday 5.5

    SAT at 8am

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes whose birthday is tomorrow:

    • Ava Garcia

     

     Project Wisdom-though 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!!!!!

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Thursday, May 3rd, 2018

    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!

    Please start checking the front office window (near the door where you leave for off campus lunch) as scholarship interviews are starting to be posted with your interview dates and times. Take a picture so you don’t forget!

    Please note that it is up to each organization to decide who they would like to interview. Not all applicants will get interviews.

     

    It is estimated that the population of several shark species have reduced by about 90% since the 1970’s. In addition to shark finning, sharks are caught as bycatch in some fishing practices.  Do your part to support sustainable fisheries and use sites such as “Seafood Watch” to make the best choices when you are at a restaurant or grocery store.   Also, don’t forget to order to shark finning shirts.  See Ms. Rosenow for details.

     

    Coral Shores High School’s Musical Theater Class is having its “End of the Year Recital”, called “Night At The Tonys” Friday, May 4th, at 7:00PM in the PAC Centre. The students will be performing selections from Hamilton, Chicago, Westside Story, Dear Evan Hansen and many other popular Broadway Musicals. Plus, they will be performing for a grade. Come watch our students sing, dance an act their way to an A.

     

    Attention Juniors and Seniors!

    You only have 5 days left to purchase prom tickets! They will be on sale Tuesday May 8 and Thursday May 10 during A and B lunch only! The cost will be $40.

    The following week tickets will be on sale Tuesday May 15th, Wednesday May 16th, Thursday May 17th during both A and B lunches only for $50.

    The Key Club is excited to announce a summer community service project.  We are hosting a mini read-a-thon at the Key Largo public library for local elementary students.  If you are interested in earning some community service hours this summer, then swing by Ms. Truesdale’s room to sign up to join us on June 11th from 11:00 to 3:00 pm at the Key Largo public library.  All are welcome!

    The Superintendent’s Ultimate Readers Awards will take place next Tuesday, May 7 at 10:30 in the PAC.  All students who read 15 books this year are eligible for the award.  You will receive your invitations in your English classes.  If you have any questions please see Ms. Haddad in the Media Center.

    It’s time for Senior Portraits!  Make your appointment NOW and SAVE!

    Appointments in May save $30… in June save $20… in July save $10.

    Call Melendi   at 305.453.5441

    • Seniors-The deadline to complete your ONLINE COURSE to meet your graduation requirement is May 15th.  Please complete your course by this date so there is time for both FLVS and CSHS to finalize transcripts. 
    • Reminder-All students must  be in attendance in all class periods, be passing all classes, pay obligations and not have any disciplines issues in order to use an off campus lunch pass, attend prom, senior awards night and graduation.

     

    Activities for the Week

     

    Thursday 5.3

    Tri-School Band Concert at 7pm in the PAC

     

    Saturday 5.5

    SAT at 8am

     Project Wisdom-though 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!

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday, May 2nd, 2018

    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.

    Attention all potential volleyball players!  Open Gym will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:00-6:00 PM with setup starting at 3:00 PM.  All deposits for camp have been turned in and remaining balances are due May 10th to Coach Ets-Hokin.  Reminder that Try Outs for the team are May 23rd (9th and 10th) 4:00-6:00 PM and May 24th (11th and 12th) 4:00-6:00 PM, set up at 3:00 PM.

    Coral Shores High School’s Musical Theater Class is having its “End of the Year Recital”, called “Night At The Tonys” Friday, May 4th, at 7:00PM in the PAC Centre. The students will be performing selections from Hamilton, Chicago, Westside Story, Dear Evan Hansen and many other popular Broadway Musicals. Plus, they will be performing for a grade. Come watch our students sing, dance an act their way to an A.

     

    Attention Juniors and Seniors!

    You only have 5 days left to purchase prom tickets! They will be on sale Tuesday May 8 and Thursday May 10 during A and B lunch only! The cost will be $40.

    The following week tickets will be on sale Tuesday May 15th, Wednesday May 16th, Thursday May 17th during both A and B lunches only for $50.

    The Key Club is excited to announce a summer community service project.  We are hosting a mini read-a-thon at the Key Largo public library for local elementary students.  If you are interested in earning some community service hours this summer, then swing by Ms. Truesdale’s room to sign up to join us on June 11th from 11:00 to 3:00 pm at the Key Largo public library.  All are welcome!

    The Superintendent’s Ultimate Readers Awards will take place next Tuesday, May 7 at 10:30 in the PAC.  All students who read 15 books this year are eligible for the award.  You will receive your invitations in your English classes.  If you have any questions please see Ms. Haddad in the Media Center.

    It’s time for Senior Portraits!  Make your appointment NOW and SAVE!

    Appointments in May save $30… in June save $20… in July save $10.

    Call Melendi   at 305.453.5441

    Attention Junior Class:  If you ordered a class ring through Herff Jones, the rings will be delivered and available for prick-up in the cafeteria during both “A” and “B” lunch this Thursday.  Please make sure to stop by the Herff Jones table to pick-up your class ring.

      Shark Week continues here at Coral Shores…..Did you know that shark fin soup is one of biggest threats facing sharks today.   Sharks are caught, their fins are cut off to make the tasteless soup in many Asian countries and then they are tossed back into the water alive.  The slowly sink to bottom and die.   Show your support to end shark finning by purchasing one of our $20 long sleeve t-shirts.  $10 from every shirt will be sent to Mote Marine lab’s shark conservation program.  See Ms. Rosenow for details.

     

    • Seniors-The deadline to complete your ONLINE COURSE to meet your graduation requirement is May 15th.  Please complete your course by this date so there is time for both FLVS and CSHS to finalize transcripts. 
    • Reminder-All students must  be in attendance in all class periods, be passing all classes, pay obligations and not have any disciplines issues in order to use an off campus lunch pass, attend prom, senior awards night and graduation.

     

    Activities for the Week

     

    Wednesday 5.2

    CS Shark Week

    Canette Tryouts in the PAC from 4-5:30pm

     

    Thursday 5.3

    Tri-School Band Concert at 7pm in the PAC

     

    Saturday 5.5

    SAT at 8am

    Project Wisdom-though of the day:

       

              Everyone has inside them a good piece of news.  The good news is you don’t know how great you can be -- How much you can love and what you can accomplish ----  Your potential is endless…

     

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

    • Andrea Galvan

     

     

       

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Tuesday, May 1st, 2018

    Coral Shores High School’s Musical Theater Class is having its “End of the Year Recital”, called “ Night At The Tonys” Friday, May 4th, at 7:00PM in the PAC Centre. The students will be performing selections from Hamilton, Chicago, Westside Story, Dear Evan Hansen and many other popular Broadway Musicals. Plus, they will be performing for a grade. Come watch our students sing, dance an act their way to an A.

     

    Attention Juniors and Seniors!

    You only have 5 days left to purchase prom tickets! They will be on sale Tuesday May 8 and Thursday May 10 during A and B lunch only! The cost will be $40.

    The following week tickets will be on sale Tuesday May 15th, Wednesday May 16th, Thursday May 17th during A and B lunches only for  $50.

    Congratulations to Lily Costa for qualifying for the state championship in pole vaulting, good luck this weekend.

    Congratulations to the Varsity Baseball team for their win over Somerset Silver Palms in the district playoffs.  Please wish the team luck as they take on Westminster Christian on Wednesday, May 2.

    The Key Club is excited to announce a summer community service project.  We are hosting a mini read-a-thon at the Key Largo public library for local elementary students.  If you are interested in earning some community service hours this summer, then swing by Ms. Truesdale’s room to sign up to join us on June 11th from 11:00 to 3:00 pm at the Key Largo public library.  All are welcome!

    Track and Field meeting today at 2:35pm in the ISS room. All track members turn in your uniforms.

    The Superintendent’s Ultimate Readers Awards will take place next Tuesday, May 7 at 10:30 in the PAC.  All students who read 15 books this year are eligible for the award.  You will receive your invitations in your English classes.  If you have any questions please see Ms. Haddad in the Media Center.

    It’s time for Senior Portraits!  Make your appointment NOW and SAVE!

    Appointments in May save $30… in June save $20… in July save $10.

    Call Melendi   at 305.453.5441

    Go Canes!!

    Attention all volleyball players – Open Gym will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays starting this week- today  set up is at 3:00pm, court time 4-6.

     

    • Seniors-The deadline to complete your ONLINE COURSE to meet your graduation requirement is May 15th.  Please complete your course by this date so there is time for both FLVS and CSHS to finalize transcripts. 
    • Reminder-All students must  be in attendance in all class periods, be passing all classes, pay obligations and not have any disciplines issues in order to use an off campus lunch pass, attend prom, senior awards night and graduation.

     

    Activities for the Week

     

     Tuesday 5.1

    Canette Tryout in the PAC from 4-5:30pm

     

    Wednesday 5.2

    CS Shark Week

    Canette Tryouts in the PAC from 4-5:30pm

     

    Thursday 5.3

    Tri-School Band Concert at 7pm in the PAC

     

    Saturday 5.5

    SAT at 8am

    Project Wisdom-though of the day:

       

              What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us

     

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

    • Craig   Beattie
    • Gabriella Cutchins
    • Cameron Gonzalez  

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Monday, April 30th, 2018

    Track and Field meeting Tuesday 5/1 at 2:35pm in the ISS room. All track members turn in your uniforms.

    Congratulations to the 2018 Miss Coral Shores and her court who were chosen Saturday night.

    The Judy Hoke Award winner - Sophie Williams.

    Miss Congeniality - Shannon McCormick.

    2nd Princess - Tara Amador.

    1st Princess - Katie Robinson.

    Miss Coral Shore 2018 - Sophie Williams.

     Congratulations to all the amazing contestants! 

    The Superintendent’s Ultimate Readers Awards will take place next Tuesday, May 7 at 10:30 in the PAC.  All students who read 15 books this year are eligible for the award.  You will receive your invitations in your English classes.  If you have any questions please see Ms. Haddad in the Media Center.

    It’s time for Senior Portraits!  Make your appointment NOW and SAVE!

    Appointments in May save $30… in June save $20… in July save $10.

    Call Melendi   at 305.453.5441

    Go Canes!!

    Attention all volleyball players – Open Gym will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays starting next week- May1st set up 3:00, court time 4-6.

     

    • Seniors-The deadline to complete your ONLINE COURSE to meet your graduation requirement is May 15th.  Please complete your course by this date so there is time for both FLVS and CSHS to finalize transcripts. 
    • Reminder-All students must  be in attendance in all class periods, be passing all classes, pay obligations and not have any disciplines issues in order to use an off campus lunch pass, attend prom, senior awards night and graduation.

     

    The last day to check out books from the Library will be Friday May 4th.   All books will be due back no later than May 18th.  Any books returned after that date will be subject to a fine.

    Activities for the Week

     

    Monday 4.30

    Canette Tryouts in the PAC from 4-5:30pm

    Tuesday 5.1

    Canette Tryout in the PAC from 4-5:30pm

     

    Wednesday 5.2

    CS Shark Week

    Canette Tryouts in the PAC from 4-5:30pm

     

    Thursday 5.3

    Tri-School Band Concert at 7pm in the PAC

     

    Saturday 5.5

    SAT at 8am

    Project Wisdom-though of the day:

       

              Quote from Steve Jobs:

     

    If you havent found it yet, keep looking.

    Don’t settle.

    As with all matters of the heart you’ll know when you find it.

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

    •  Jade    Hanson
    • Roka    Wolgamott

     

    Happy Belated  Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

    • Taylor  Albury
    • Javier   Diaz
    • Alex Gutierrez
    • Ashley Hilson
    • Jackson Hilson
    • Timothy Rainwater

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Thursday, April 26th, 2018

    Please congratulate our Varsity Baseball team on wining the semifinal game against Ransom Everglades.  Wish the team luck as they head to Miami Country Day school today for the conference championship game.  Go Canes!

    Teachers, at this time…please hand out the ballots for next year’s Class Officer elections.   Ballots will be collected from you during 7th period.  

    ATTENTION SENIORS:

     

    Many of you have not yet completed your ONLINE COURSE to meet your graduation requirement.  The deadline is May 15th.  Please complete your course by this date so there is time for both FLVS and CSHS to finalize transcripts. 

     

    Attention all students and Staff: The Faculty Follies and Talent Show is today at 7pm. Bring $5 to support the Junior Class and have a blast watching your teachers have fun on stage bringing you laughs and entertainment! You don't want to miss it!

    Florida Keys Swim Club is looking for volunteers for the Gold Medal Invitational at Founders Pool this weekend, April 27-29.

    Friday 4:30-8 PM

    Saturday 8:30 AM-1PM

    Sunday 8:30 AM-1PM

    You can sign up through Mrs. Kelley in the Art Room.

     

     There are a limited number of yearbooks left for pre-order. If you still haven’t ordered your 2018 yearbook, you can purchase one from Angel Kelley, Airiana Lindback, Ms. Susa, or any journalism student. They are $70, and the price will increase on May 18, which is the date of the yearbook signing party. Get yours today! You don’t want to miss out! Checks can be made out to Coral Shores High School. 

    If you are interested in a career in healthcare, please Nurse Shannon for an application to the summer Health Careers Camp. Informational flyers are also available on the counter in the office.

    The last day to check out books from the Library will be Friday May 4th.   All books will be due back no later than May 18th.  Any books returned after that date will be subject to a fine.

    Activities for the Week

     

    Thursday 4/26

     

    CSHS and PKS Faculty Talent Show/Follies at 7pm in the PAC - $5 donation towards Prom

     

    Saturday 4/28

    Chi Sigma Sorority’s Ms. Coral Shores Scholarship Contest at 7pm in the PAC

     

    Project Wisdom-though of the day:

       

     A quote from   –Walt Disney

     

     

    If you can dream it, you can do it.

    Always remember that this whole thing was started by a mouse.

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

    •   Paige Joyce

     

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday, April 25th, 2018

    ATTENTION SENIORS:

     

    Many of you have not yet completed your ONLINE COURSE to meet your graduation requirement.  The deadline is May 15th.  Please complete your course by this date so there is time for both FLVS and CSHS to finalize transcripts. 

     

    Attention all students and Staff: The Faculty Follies and Talent Show is this Thursday night in the PAC at 7pm. Bring $5 to support the Junior Class and have a blast watching your teachers have fun on stage bringing you laughs and entertainment! You don't want to miss it!

    Florida Keys Swim Club is looking for volunteers for the Gold Medal Invitational at Founders Pool this weekend, April 27-29.

    Friday 4:30-8 PM

    Saturday 8:30 AM-1PM

    Sunday 8:30 AM-1PM

    You can sign up through Mrs. Kelley in the Art Room.

     

    Attention NHS students! 

    Mrs. Andersen needs a few more tutors to help during A lunch and after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays. You will receive community service hours and help these students prepare for their exam in May. See Mrs. Andersen ASAP in room 2-216.

    If you are interested in a career in healthcare, please Nurse Shannon for an application to the summer Health Careers Camp. Informational flyers are also available on the counter in the office.

    The last day to check out books from the Library will be Friday May 4th.   All books will be due back no later than May 18th.  Any books returned after that date will be subject to a fine.

    Activities for the Week

     

    Thursday 4/26

     

    CSHS and PKS Faculty Talent Show/Follies at 7pm in the PAC - $5 donation towards Prom

     

    Saturday 4/28

    Chi Sigma Sorority’s Ms. Coral Shores Scholarship Contest at 7pm in the PAC

     

    Project Wisdom-though of the day:

       

    Always move forward

     

    If you don’t go after what you want you will never have it

    If you don’t ask--- the answer is always NO

    If you don’t step forward you are always in the same place.

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

    •  Timothy Cole

     

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Tuesday, April 24th , 2018

    Attention all students and Staff: The Faculty Follies and Talent Show is this Thursday night in the PAC at 7pm. Bring $5 to support the Junior Class and have a blast watching your teachers have fun on stage bringing you laughs and entertainment! You don't want to miss it!

    Attention NHS students! 

    Mrs. Andersen needs a few more tutors to help during A lunch and after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays. You will receive community service hours and help these students prepare for their exam in May. See Mrs. Andersen ASAP in room 2-216.

     This a reminder that no headphones/earbuds are allowed during school hours with the exception of lunch in the designated areas of the cafeteria and courtyard.

    If you are interested in a career in healthcare, please Nurse Shannon for an application to the summer Health Careers Camp. Informational flyers are also available on the counter in the office.

    The last day to check out books from the Library will be Friday May 4th.   All books will be due back no later than May 18th.  Any books returned after that date will be subject to a fine.

    Activities for the Week

     

    Tuesday 4/24

    School Board Workshop and Regular Meeting at 3pm in the library (Click for the Agenda)

     

    Thursday 4/26

     

    CSHS and PKS Faculty Talent Show/Follies at 7pm in the PAC - $5 donation towards Prom

     

    Saturday 4/28

    Chi Sigma Sorority’s Ms. Coral Shores Scholarship Contest at 7pm in the PAC

     

    Project Wisdom-though of the day:

       

     

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

    •  

     

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Monday, April 23rd, 2018

    Attention all students and Staff: The Faculty Follies and Talent Show is this Thursday night in the PAC at 7pm. Bring $5 to support the Junior Class and have a blast watching your teachers have fun on stage bringing you laughs and entertainment! You don't want to miss it!

    Attention NHS students! 

    Mrs. Andersen needs a few more tutors to help during A lunch and after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays. You will receive community service hours and help these students prepare for their exam in May. See Mrs. Andersen ASAP in room 2-216.

     This a reminder that no headphones/earbuds are allowed during school hours with the exception of lunch in the designated areas of the cafeteria and courtyard.

    If you are interested in a career in healthcare, please Nurse Shannon for an application to the summer Health Careers Camp. Informational flyers are also available on the counter in the office.

    The last day to check out books from the Library will be Friday May 4th.   All books will be due back no later than May 18th.  Any books returned after that date will be subject to a fine.

    Activities for the Week

     

    Tuesday 4/24

    School Board Workshop and Regular Meeting at 3pm in the library (Click for the Agenda)

     

    Thursday 4/26

     

    CSHS and PKS Faculty Talent Show/Follies at 7pm in the PAC - $5 donation towards Prom

     

    Saturday 4/28

    Chi Sigma Sorority’s Ms. Coral Shores Scholarship Contest at 7pm in the PAC

     

    Project Wisdom-though 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!

     

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

    •  Justin Pawlikowski
    • Dylan  Scheu

     

    Happy Belated Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

    • Jeronimo Reynoso-Heaton
    • Maximus Stough
    • Chase  Hofmann
    • Daniel  Koerperich
    • Nicholas Norman
    • Thomas Rodberg

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday, April 18th, 2018

    Last night CSHS(seed #3)took on Key West(seed #2) in our district semi finals game!

    CSHS took home the win with an 11-3 win!

    Macey Harrelson, Gina Hernandez, Natalie Dixon, Ella Marsden and Gigi Matos all scored goals.

     

    Emily Ruiz, Shannon McCormick, Ria del Pino, and Paige Joyce held their ground the entire game not allowing key west’s offense and attack through to goal.

     

    Kaylee Stoky, Skylynn Lindback and Kaila Jorgensen assisted with moving the ball down the field.

     

    Come out Thursday night while the ladies Canes battle it out with Palmer for the district title

    Open gym for Volleyball is cancelled this Thursday. Try outs are coming up in May 23 and 24th. Deposits for camp are due the 20th of April.

     Prom tickets will be on sale this week on Tuesday and Thursday during both lunches for $30

    On Wednesday during both lunches, the Monroe County office of elections will be here to allow students to register to vote. Students should bring their driver’s licenses and/or know their social security numbers so that they may register.  You can register to vote as early as 16 years old.

     Would you like to be in Student Council next year?   Students interested in running for a class office for next school year must attend a mandatory meeting in Ms. Rosenow’s room 4-105 during lunch on Thursday the 19th.

      

     

       

     Attention Seniors:  Please check the list posted outside the front office listing names of students that have library obligations and overdue textbooks from previous years.  The due date to take care of any obligation was last Friday.  You must take care of any obligation in order to use your off campus pass, buy prom tickets, participate in Grad Bash, and graduation activities. Please see Ms. Haddad for library obligations and see Ms. Signorelli for textbooks obligations

     This a reminder that no headphones/earbuds are allowed during school hours with the exception of lunch in the designated areas of the cafeteria and courtyard.

    If you are interested in a career in healthcare, please Nurse Shannon for an application to the summer Health Careers Camp. Informational flyers are also available on the counter in the office.

    The last day to check out books from the Library will be Friday May 4th.   All books will be due back no later than May 18th.  Any books returned after that date will be subject to a fine.

    Activities for the Week

      

    Thursday April 19

    Boys and Girls Lacrosse Championship games played here at home.  Girls game starts @5:00 pm.  Boys game stars at 7:30 pm.

    Softball home vs. Palmer Trinity game starts at 4:30 pm.  Tennis District match @Crandon Park in Miami.  Tennis team leaving campus at 5:30 am.

     

    Friday April 20

    Softball home vs. Mater Academy game starts at 4:30 pm last game of the season. 

    Varsity Baseball home vs. Miami Country Day game starts at 6:00 pm last season game before start of conference tournament.

     

    Saturday April 21

    NMSI Science Session #3

     

    Project Wisdom-though 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!

     

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

    •    Olivia           Bang
    • Orlando           Ortega

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Tuesday, April 17th, 2018

    Open gym for Volleyball is cancelled this Thursday. Try outs are coming up in May 23 and 24th. Deposits for camp are due the 20th of April.

     Prom tickets will be on sale this week on Tuesday and Thursday during both lunches for $30

    On Wednesday during both lunches, the Monroe County office of elections will be here to allow students to register to vote. Students should bring their driver’s licenses and/or know their social security numbers so that they may register.  You can register to vote as early as 16 years old.

     Would you like to be in Student Council next year?   Students interested in running for a class office for next school year must attend a mandatory meeting in Ms. Rosenow’s room 4-105 during lunch on Thursday the 19th.

      

     

       

     Attention Seniors:  Please check the list posted outside the front office listing names of students that have library obligations and overdue textbooks from previous years.  The due date to take care of any obligation was last Friday.  You must take care of any obligation in order to use your off campus pass, buy prom tickets, participate in Grad Bash, and graduation activities. Please see Ms. Haddad for library obligations and see Ms. Signorelli for textbooks obligations

     This a reminder that no headphones/earbuds are allowed during school hours with the exception of lunch in the designated areas of the cafeteria and courtyard.

    If you are interested in a career in healthcare, please Nurse Shannon for an application to the summer Health Careers Camp. Informational flyers are also available on the counter in the office.

    The last day to check out books from the Library will be Friday May 4th.   All books will be due back no later than May 18th.  Any books returned after that date will be subject to a fine.

    Are you interested in learning robotics?  The new fundamentals of programming class in Lab 2-201 will now include engineering, automation, robotics and computer programming!  Students have a chance to change their electives this week only by seeing their counselors before Friday.  Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity!

    Activities for the Week

     Tuesday April 17

    Softball home vs. Princeton Christian school game starts at 4pm.

    Girls Lacrosse semi-finals are at home game 1 starts at 5pm Palmer Trinity vs. Gulliver.  Game 2 starts at 7:00 pm Coral Shores vs. Key West.

     

    Thursday April 19

    Boys and Girls Lacrosse Championship games played here at home.  Girls game starts @5:00 pm.  Boys game stars at 7:30 pm.

    Softball home vs. Palmer Trinity game starts at 4:30 pm.  Tennis District match @Crandon Park in Miami.  Tennis team leaving campus at 5:30 am.

     

    Friday April 20

    Softball home vs. Mater Academy game starts at 4:30 pm last game of the season. 

    Varsity Baseball home vs. Miami Country Day game starts at 6:00 pm last season game before start of conference tournament.

     

    Saturday April 21

    NMSI Science Session #3

     

    Project Wisdom-though 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…

     

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

    •   Isabel Jacobsen

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Monday, April 16th, 2018

     Prom tickets will be on sale this week on Tuesday and Thursday during both lunches for $30

    On Wednesday during both lunches, the Monroe County office of elections will be here to allow students to register to vote. Students should bring their driver’s licenses and/or know their social security numbers so that they may register.  You can register to vote as early as 16 years old.

     Would you like to be in Student Council next year?   Students interested in running for a class office for next school year must attend a mandatory meeting in Ms. Rosenow’s room 4-105 during lunch on Thursday the 19th.

     Ladies Canes Lacrosse:

     

    Practice will be held at 3:00pm today due to Boys Semi Finals tonight starting at 5:00pm.

     

    Practice is mandatory!

     

      All players who are interested in playing spring football, stop by ISS during lunch to see coach James to check on paperwork.

     Attention Seniors:  Please check the list posted outside the front office listing names of students that have overdue textbooks.

     This a reminder that no headphones/earbuds are allowed during school hours with the exception of lunch in the designated areas of the cafeteria and courtyard.

    If you are interested in a career in healthcare, please Nurse Shannon for an application to the summer Health Careers Camp. Informational flyers are also available on the counter in the office.

    The last day to check out books from the Library will be Friday May 4th.   All books will be due back no later than May 18th.  Any books returned after that date will be subject to a fine.

    Are you interested in learning robotics?  The new fundamentals of programming class in Lab 2-201 will now include engineering, automation, robotics and computer programming!  Students have a chance to change their electives this week only by seeing their counselors before Friday.  Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity!

    Activities for the Week

     Monday April 16

    Boys Lacrosse semi-finals are at home game 1 starts at 5pm Key West vs. Palmer Trinity.  Game 2 starts at 7:00 pm Coral Shores vs. Westminster Christian.

     

    Tuesday April 17

     Girls Lacrosse semi-finals are at home game 1 starts at 5pm Palmer Trinity vs. Gulliver.  Game 2 starts at 7:00 pm Coral Shores vs. Key West.

     

     Thursday April 19

    Boys and Girls Lacrosse Championship games played here at home.  Girls game starts @5:00 pm.  Boys game stars at 7:30 pm.

    Softball home vs. Palmer Trinity game starts at 4:30 pm.  Tennis District match @Crandon Park in Miami.  Tennis team leaving campus at 5:30 am.

     

    Friday April 20

    Grad Bash for Seniors

    Softball home vs. Mater Academy game starts at 4:30 pm last game of the season. 

    Varsity Baseball home vs. Miami Country Day game starts at 6:00 pm last season game before start of conference tournament.

     

    Saturday April 21

    NMSI Science Session #3

     

    Project Wisdom-though of the day:

     Ladies Canes Lacrosse:

     

    Practice will be held at 3:00pm today due to Boys Semi Finals tonight starting at 5:00pm.

     

    Practice is mandatory!

      

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

    •   Haley Guy
    • Summer Kent
    • Roberto Rivera

     

    Happy Belated Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

    • Victoria Hoover
    • Jack Lindsey
    • Kadrian Williams
    • Simon  Orjuela

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Tuesday, April 10th , 2018

     Spring Football is approaching April 23rd those of you who would like to come out, please stop by Coach James room or see Coach Bryant  in passing to pick up an athletic  packet and return it ASAP along with a copy of your insurance card front and back.  Please turn your packets in to Coach James , Bryant or Coach Gabe in the training room. Thank you

    Are you interested in learning robotics?  The new fundamentals of programming class in Lab 2-201 will now include engineering, automation, robotics and computer programming!  Students have a chance to change their electives this week only by seeing their counselors before Friday.  Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity!

    Congratulations to the Coral Shores Key Club for their success at the Florida State District Conference last weekend.  The club won most outstanding fundraising award for the State.  Congratulations to Lauren Hutchings for her amazing job as Lt. Governor and Anna Langley for incoming Lt. Governor.  All are welcome at our meeting immediately after school this Thursday, April 12th.

    Attention all Students and Faculty!

    Mr. Coral Shores Contest is Saturday April 14th at 7 pm in the PAC. Don’t forget to come and support the Junior and Senior Boys compete! This is a fun event that helps to fund the prom in May! The cost is $5. See you there!

    Canette Dance Team Tryouts will be April 30th-May 2nd from 4-5:15.  You MUST have a completed sports physical packet in order to participate.  See Mrs. Michelini if you have any questions.

    All volleyball players who would like to participate in the camp need to get their forms and deposit money in by the 20th of April to Coach Ets-Hokin. A reminder that next week there is open gym Monday but not on Thursday of next week. All players must have the proper paperwork to participate in Open Gym.

       If you have not purchased your 2018 yearbook, you can bring a check made out for $65 to Coral Shores High School any journalism student or Ms. Susa this week. There are a limited number of yearbooks that will be available, so pre-order yours today!

    Activities for the Week

     

    Wednesday April 11

    Softball home vs. Archbishop Coleman game time 5pm.

     

    Thursday April 12

    JV Baseball home vs. Florida Christian 6pm game time.

     

    Friday April 13

    Mr. Coral Shores Rehearsal at 2:30 in the PAC

     

    Saturday April 14

    Mr. Coral Shores at 7pm in the PAC

     

    Project Wisdom-though 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.

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

    •   Aaron            Vazquez-Paredes

     

     


    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Monday, April 9th , 2018

     Congratulations to the following students who earned their Microsoft Office Specialist certificates last week:

    George Cuetara

    Keifer Kemmer

    Tyler Mumchmeyer

    Jack Owens

    Maranda Piekarski

    Noel Quezada

     

    Maggie Duckworth earned her Microsoft Office Master certificate by passing Excel Expert and Katy Borders is a Microsoft Expert in Word. 

    Great job everyone!

    Attention all Students and Faculty!

    Mr. Coral Shores Contest is Saturday April 14th at 7 pm in the PAC. Don’t forget to come and support the Junior and Senior Boys compete! This is a fun event that helps to fund the prom in May! The cost is $5. See you there!

     

    Canette Dance Team Tryouts will be April 30th-May 2nd from 4-5:15.  You MUST have a completed sports physical packet in order to participate.  See Mrs. Michelini if you have any questions.

    All volleyball players who would like to participate in the camp need to get their forms and deposit money in by the 20th of April to Coach Ets-Hokin. A reminder that next week there is open gym Monday but not on Thursday of next week. All players must have the proper paperwork to participate in Open Gym.

       If you have not purchased your 2018 yearbook, you can bring a check made out for $65 to Coral Shores High School any journalism student or Ms. Susa this week. There are a limited number of yearbooks that will be available, so pre-order yours today!

    Activities for the Week

     

      Monday April 9

    Varsity Baseball home vs. Somerset SoHo game time 6pm.  Senior night.

     

    Tuesday April 10

    SAT makeup for Juniors and Seniors

    Wednesday April 11

    Softball home vs. Archbishop Coleman game time 5pm.

     

    Thursday April 12

    JV Baseball home vs. Florida Christian 6pm game time.

     

    Friday April 13

    Mr. Coral Shores Rehearsal at 2:30 in the PAC

     

    Saturday April 14

    Mr. Coral Shores at 7pm in the PAC

     

    Project Wisdom-though 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…    

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

    •   Marlie            Cakans
    • Dallas  Hutchinson

    Happy Belated Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

    • Dominic          Holcomb
    • Michael           Valdes

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday, April 6th, 2018

      Coral Shores tennis team dominated Key West with remarkable wins in the girls and boys singles.  Katie Robinson won 8-4, Nikki Thomas 8-5, Marlie Cakans 8-2, Rebecca Galvan 8-2 and Lauren Fundyk 8-6.  In the boys singles, Kevin Guerrero won 8-0, Will Coffin 8-3, Jack Yeager 8-3, R.J. Lindnback 8-3 and Stephen Franks 8-4.  Great job Coral Shores Tennis Team!

     

    All volleyball players who would like to participate in the camp need to get their forms and deposit money in by the 20th of April to Coach Ets-Hokin. A reminder that next week there is open gym Monday but not on Thursday of next week. All players must have the proper paperwork to participate in Open Gym.

    Florida Keys Rehab Wild Bird Center

    Event today  is from 4-8 pm

    They need kids to help set up at 3:00 pm

    And tear down at 8:00 pm

     

    Please excuse the Softball team today @ 2:00 pm for an away game.

    We play ICS - game time 4 pm - come out and support your Canes!

       If you have not purchased your 2018 yearbook, you can bring a check made out for $65 to Coral Shores High School any journalism student or Ms. Susa this week. There are a limited number of yearbooks that will be available, so pre-order yours today!

    Seniors! More free money for college! Please check scholarship application deadlines. Due dates are approaching and remember these organizations will not accept late applications!

    Activities for the Week

     

     Friday April 6

    Boys Lacrosse home vs. Cardinal Gibbons 4:30 pm start time

     

    Saturday April 7

    NMSI Math Session #3

    Project Wisdom-though of the day:

     

     Facing Difficulties:

    Sometimes you are facing difficulties, not because you are doing something wrong, but because you are doing something right! 

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

    •   Alexis Beckman
    • Gabriel            Rubiales

     

     

      

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday, April 4th, 2018

    Canette Dance Team Tryouts will be April 30th-May 2nd from 4-5:15.  You MUST have a completed sports physical packet in order to participate.  See Mrs. Michelini if you have any questions.

     

     

    Track and Field           Coral Shores  vs Marathon

    Coral Shores girls score was 61 to Marathon score was 51.

    Coral Shores boys score was 43 to Marathon score was 65.

    Coral Shores girls’ record is 6 wins 1 lost.

    Outstanding Performers :

    • Alison Woltanski in the 100 hurdles and the 300 hurdles.
    • Angelina Nappi in the 100 hurdles and the Triple jump.
    • Ben Thomas in the 110 hurdles and the 300 hurdles.
    • Krista Black in the 100 meter dash the 200 meter dash and the long jump.
    • Olivia Rodriguez in the 100 meter dash and the 200 meter dash.
    • Anthony Cosme in the 100 meter dash.
    • Lisney Pardo in the 400 meter dash.
    • Jay Kubida in the 400 meter dash and the Triple jump.
    • Ashley Hilson in the 800 meter run.
    • Jackson Hilson in the 800 meter run.
    • Devyn Kondon in the 200 meter dash.

    Great Job Canes!!

    If you have not purchased your 2018 yearbook, you can bring a check made out for $65 to Coral Shores High School any journalism student or Ms. Susa this week. There are a limited number of yearbooks that will be available, so pre-order yours today!

     Spring Football is approaching on April 23rd . Those of you who are interested in playing there will be a 5min mandatory meeting in Coach Russell room today after school by the boys P.E locker room. Please be present and on time.

    Seniors! More free money for college! Please check scholarship application deadlines. Due dates are approaching and remember these organizations will not accept late applications!

      Attention Seniors attending Grad Bash: There will be a mandatory meeting at 2:35pm on Thursday, April 5th immediately afterschool. Please be sure to attend the meeting to discuss your upcoming GRAD Bash trip. Please see Mrs. King if you have any questions.

    Activities for the Week

     

     

    Wednesday April 4

    Monroe and Dade County Special Olympics Meet home - 11:00am to noon

     

    Thursday April 5

    Boys Lacrosse home vs. Florida Christian start time 7pm

    Girls Lacrosse home vs. Coral Reef start time 4:30 pm

     

    Friday April 6

    Boys Lacrosse home vs. Cardinal Gibbons 4:30 pm start time

     

    Saturday April 7

    NMSI Math Session #3

     

    Project Wisdom-though of the day:

     

    Super Star Tennis Player Venus Williams says:

    Some people say I have attitude… Maybe I do… but I think you have to!

    You have to believe in yourself when no one else does

    That’s what makes you a winner!!

     

     

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

    •  Alexis Gautier
    • Regan  McKenzie

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018

    With Jake On The Mound, Coral Shores Hurricanes Shuts Out Marathon

     

    Jake Curry shut down Marathon, throwing a complete game shutout and leading Coral Shores Canes to a 9-0 victory on Monday.

    The Canes opened up scoring in the first inning. Zach Filpis drew a walk, and scored with 2 stolen bases and a passed ball.

    The Hurricanes then put up four runs in the third inning. Ty Harrelson, Roman Roberts, and Dillon Walters powered the big inning with RBIs.

    Curry was the winning pitcher for The Hurricanes. He allowed two hits and zero runs over seven innings, striking out 16.

    Coral Shores Hurricanes collected ten hits. Roberts and Walters each racked up multiple hits with 3 RBI's, Mike Signorelli had 1 RBI.

    Catch the Canes at their upcoming game April 4th, Wednesday @ Palm Glades

     

    The Softball team will be released at 2:15 pm today for a game.

    If you have not purchased your 2018 yearbook, you can bring a check made out for $65 to Coral Shores High School any journalism student or Ms. Susa this week. There are a limited number of yearbooks that will be available, so pre-order yours today!

    The Academic Challenge Teams will meet for practice today after school in the library.

    Attention seniors, would you like to go to college for FREE?

     

    Please come to the FKCC Open House today, April 3 at 5:30 in the FKCC office, (Their door faces the bus loop)

    This is a good time to apply as FKCC will assist you with your application and applying for financial aid. The $30 application will be waived for whoever attends!

    Check out the flyers around school and follow directions to RSVP FKCC so they know how many students to expect!

    Seniors! More free money for college! Please check scholarship application deadlines. Due dates are approaching and remember these organizations will not accept late applications!

      Attention Seniors attending Grad Bash: There will be a mandatory meeting at 2:35pm on Thursday, April 5th immediately afterschool. Please be sure to attend the meeting to discuss your upcoming GRAD Bash trip. Please see Mrs. King if you have any questions.

    Activities for the Week

     

    Tuesday April 3

     Softball home vs. Mater Academy 4pm start

    Track home vs. Marathon 3pm start.

     

    Wednesday April 4

    Monroe and Dade County Special Olympics Meet home - 11:00am to noon

     

    Thursday April 5

    Boys Lacrosse home vs. Florida Christian start time 7pm

    Girls Lacrosse home vs. Coral Reef start time 4:30 pm

     

    Friday April 6

    Boys Lacrosse home vs. Cardinal Gibbons 4:30 pm start time

     

    Saturday April 7

    NMSI Math Session #3

     

    Project Wisdom-though of the day:

     Important Decisions

    When you have important decisions to make in your life—

    trust your intuition, and then work with everything you have, to prove it right!

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

    • Luis Maldonado
    • Gianilys Matos
    • Willia Mutz
    • Jayson Turner

     

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Monday, April 2nd,  2018

    Girls Lacrosse Practice will be canceled for today.

    If you are interested in volunteering at the Lionfish Derby this Saturday, please see Ms. Rosenow in room 4-105

     

    Attention seniors, would you like to go to college for FREE?

     

    Please come to the FKCC Open House next TUESDAY, April 3 at 5:30 in the FKCC office, (Their door faces the bus loop)

    This is a good time to apply as FKCC will assist you with your application and applying for financial aid. The $30 application will be waived for whoever attends!

    Check out the flyers around school and follow directions to RSVP FKCC so they know how many students to expect!

    Seniors! More free money for college! Please check scholarship application deadlines. Due dates are approaching and remember these organizations will not accept late applications!

      Attention Seniors attending Grad Bash: There will be a mandatory meeting at 2:35pm on Thursday, April 4th immediately afterschool. Please be sure to attend the meeting to discuss your upcoming GRAD Bash trip. Please see Mrs. King if you have any questions.

     

     

    Activities for the Week

     

     

    Project Wisdom-though 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!

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

    •  Tyler   Callahan
    • Tyler    Court
    • Keely   Flanagan
    • Cote    Snodgrass  

     

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday, March 30th, 2018

    Girls Lacrosse Practice will be canceled for today.

    If you are interested in volunteering at the Lionfish Derby this Saturday, please see Ms. Rosenow in room 4-105

     

    Attention seniors, would you like to go to college for FREE?

     

    Please come to the FKCC Open House next TUESDAY, April 3 at 5:30 in the FKCC office, (Their door faces the bus loop)

    This is a good time to apply as FKCC will assist you with your application and applying for financial aid. The $30 application will be waived for whoever attends!

    Check out the flyers around school and follow directions to RSVP FKCC so they know how many students to expect!

    Seniors! More free money for college! Please check scholarship application deadlines. Due dates are approaching and remember these organizations will not accept late applications!

      Attention Seniors attending Grad Bash: There will be a mandatory meeting at 2:35pm on Thursday, April 4th immediately afterschool. Please be sure to attend the meeting to discuss your upcoming GRAD Bash trip. Please see Mrs. King if you have any questions.

     

     
     

    Project Wisdom-thought 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!

     

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

    •  Tyler   Callahan
    • Tyler    Court
    • Keely   Flanagan
    • Cote    Snodgrass  

     

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Thursday, March 29th, 2018

    If you are interested in volunteering at the Lionfish Derby this Saturday, please see Ms. Rosenow in room 4-105

    Attention seniors, would you like to go to college for FREE?

     

    Please come to the FKCC Open House next TUESDAY, April 3 at 5:30 in the FKCC office, (Their door faces the bus loop)

    This is a good time to apply as FKCC will assist you with your application and applying for financial aid. The $30 application will be waived for whoever attends!

    Check out the flyers around school and follow directions to RSVP FKCC so they know how many students to expect!

    Seniors! More free money for college! Please check scholarship application deadlines. Due dates are approaching and remember these organizations will not accept late applications!

    All are invited to join the Key Club as we go to Plantation Convalescent Center this Friday, March 30th to make an Easter craft with the residents.  Meet in Ms. Truesdale’s POD after school if you would like to come.  See you there!

     
     

    Activities for the Week

     

    Thursday 3/29

    Girls Lacrosse home vs. Key West @6pm

    Project Wisdom-though 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

     
     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements
    Wednesday, March 28th , 2018
       Congrats to the Softball team for their win yesterday against ICS -  Canes hit the ball well and played solid defense - winning 15-0 - moving the team to 9-1 overall!  Great job ladies - let’s keep it rollin!

     
                                                             
    All are invited to join the Key Club as we go to Plantation Convalescent Center this Friday, March 30th to make an Easter craft with the residents.  Meet in Ms. Truesdale’s POD after school if you would like to come.  See you there!
      There is now an opportunity for students to take online Dual enrollment classes from FIU!

    If you are interested or need to know how to qualify, see Ms. Harris
     
    Activities for the Week

    Wednesday 3/28

     Varsity Baseball home vs. Marathon @6pm

    Thursday 3/29

    Girls Lacrosse home vs. Key West @6pm


    Project Wisdom-though 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!

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Tuesday, March 27th, 2018

     There will be a mandatory meeting for the all Junior and Senior boys competing in Mr. Coral Shores 2018 in Mrs. Andersen’s room 2-216 right after school today! The competition will be held on Saturday April 14th at 7:00

    With a rehearsal on Friday April 13th right after school.
      The Academic Challenge Team is looking to recruit a few new team members. If you are interested, come check it out in the main office conference room right after school TODAY!
    All are invited to join the Key Club as we go to Plantation Convalescent Center this Friday, March 30th to make an Easter craft with the residents.  Meet in Ms. Truesdale’s POD after school if you would like to come.  See you there!
      There is now an opportunity for students to take online Dual enrollment classes from FIU!

    If you are interested or need to know how to qualify, see Ms. Harris                                
    CHEERLEADING TRYOUTS WILL BE HELD today at 4:00pm - 5:00pm on the practice field!
    Activities for the Week

       

    Tuesday 3/27

    Softball home vs. ICS @6pm

    Boys Lacrosse home vs. St. Augustine @7pm

    Tennis home vs. St. Brendan @3pm

    Come out and support your teams!

     

    Wednesday 3/28

     Varsity Baseball home vs. Marathon @6pm

    Thursday 3/29

    Girls Lacrosse home vs. Key West @6pm


    Project Wisdom-though of the day:

    There will be obstacles.

    There will be doubters.

    There will be mistakes  

    But with hard work there are NO limits…

     


    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

       
     
     
     
     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Monday, March 26th, 2018

    On Thursday night, the Softball team defeated Sports Leadership and Management school moving to 8-1 overall.  Score of the  game was 13-5 and it was a really good game. The other team  hit the ball well - scored 3 in the first - Canes answered back scoring 9 in the first and never lost the lead!  Several players had multiple hits: Anna Langley, Keely Flanagan, Rachel Medina, and Lexi Brito.
     Academic Challenge Team tryouts are TOMORROW after school. Study guides available in Ms. Harris’s office if you are interested.
      There is now an opportunity for students to take online Dual enrollment classes from FIU!

    If you are interested or need to know how to qualify, see Ms. Harris
     
    Coral Shores Hurricanes Slides into a Blow-Out Win over Palmer Trinity.The Canes easily did away with Palmer Trinity 9-2 on Thursday
    In the first inning, Coral Shores Hurricanes got their offense started.  Ty Harrelson drove in one when he singled. Coral Shores Hurricanes pulled away for good with one run in the third inning. In the third Jason Filpis singled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run.Hurricanes Michael Signorelli notched three runs in the fifth inning.  Josh Minak and Jake Curry all contributed in the big inning with RBIs. Curry pitched Coral Shores Hurricanes to victory. He allowed five hits and two runs over five innings, striking out seven and walking one. Harrelson threw two innings in relief out of the bullpen. Coral Shores Hurricanes tallied ten hits. Curry and Minak each collected multiple hits for Coral Shores Hurricanes. Curry led Coral Shores Hurricanes with three hits in four at bats.
    The Canes next game is Monday today, 7pm at Founders vs. Berkeley Prep.
    Reminder to all Volleyball players – No Open Gym today- it has been canceled and remember tomorrow is bagging at Publix. Open Gym will start up again on Thursday from 4-6. Please get your camp papers and checks to Coach Ets-Hokin the deposit is due April 20th. Thank you.
    Attention Seniors Attending Grad Bash: Final Payments are due by this Friday, March 23. The final payment is $60.00 and can be turned into Mrs. King or Mrs. Garcia in the front office.


     **ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS (GIRLS AND BOYS): 

    CHEERLEADING TRYOUTS WILL BE HELD MARCH 27th- 30th at 4:00pm - 5:00pm on the practice field!

     

    Please get a flyer located in the front office for more information. **
    Activities for the Week

     

     Monday 3/26

     Varsity Baseball home vs. Berkley Prep @7pm

     

    Tuesday 3/27

      Softball home vs. ICS @6pm

    Boys Lacrosse home vs. St. Augustine @7pm

    Tennis home vs. St. Brendan @3pm

     

    Wednesday 3/28

     Varsity Baseball home vs. Marathon @6pm

    Thursday 3/29

    Girls Lacrosse home vs. Key West @6pm
    Project Wisdom-though 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…

     
    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

      Pedro Diaz Lopez
     

    Happy Belated Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

    Payton             Roth
    Jonathon          Rroshi
    Giovanni         Torres
    Liyiccia           Torres
    Mariano           Castillo-Beovides
    Mathew           Sisko
     
     
     
     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday, March 24th  , 2018

     Congratulations to the Coral Shores Tennis Team for several challenging matches against LaSalle.  Also, a big shout out and congrats to Marlie Cakans and Lauren Fundyk for winning their doubles match 8-1.  Great Job Players!

     All girls interested in the All American Volleyball Camp in June – the deposit is due to Coach Ets-Hokin by April 20th.  IF you are interested and have not picked up the proper paperwork, please see Coach Ets-Hokin for the paperwork. Open Gyms will continue to be on Mondays and Thursdays 4-6 with set up starting at 3:00. Try outs will be July 30th and 31st for the Fall Volleyball Team – please mark your calendars.

    Attention Seniors Attending Grad Bash: Final Payments are due by this Friday, March 23. The final payment is $60.00 and can be turned into Mrs. King or Mrs. Garcia in the front office.

     **ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS (GIRLS AND BOYS):

     

    CHEERLEADING TRYOUTS WILL BE HELD MARCH 27th- 30th at 4:00pm - 5:00pm on the practice field!

     

    Please get a flyer located in the front office for more information. **

    Attention Juniors and Seniors:

    The Junior Class will be having a flash prom tickets sale during both lunches on Thursday and Friday this week! Get your prom tickets for only $25 this week only!

     

    Singers, musicians and bands! Are you looking for your first gig or do you want more practice on stage? Forest Tek is holding a fundraiser for Coral Shores Athletics this summer on June 2nd and they need your act! Please contact Javi in the PAC if you are interested.

    Activities for the Week

    Friday 3.23

     Boys Lacrosse home vs. Westminster Christian game time 7pm

    Saturday 3.24

    NMSI English Session #3

    Project Wisdom-though of the day:

       Having Attitude!

    A great attitude becomes a great mood, which becomes a great day, which becomes a great year, which becomes a great life…

    It’s much more fun to enjoy your life!  Have a GOOD ATTITUDE!

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

    •  Phoenix          Hardin
    • Katie   Holly
    • Destiny            Ruiz

     

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Wednesday, March 28th , 2018

       Congrats to the Softball team for their win yesterday against ICS -  Canes hit the ball well and played solid defense - winning 15-0 - moving the team to 9-1 overall!  Great job ladies - let’s keep it rollin!

     

     

    All are invited to join the Key Club as we go to Plantation Convalescent Center this Friday, March 30th to make an Easter craft with the residents.  Meet in Ms. Truesdale’s POD after school if you would like to come.  See you there!

      There is now an opportunity for students to take online Dual enrollment classes from FIU!

    If you are interested or need to know how to qualify, see Ms. Harris

     

    Activities for the Week

     

    Wednesday 3/28

     Varsity Baseball home vs. Marathon @6pm

    Thursday 3/29

    Girls Lacrosse home vs. Key West @6pm

    Project Wisdom-though 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!

     
     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Tuesday, March 27th, 2018

     There will be a mandatory meeting for the all Junior and Senior boys competing in Mr. Coral Shores 2018 in Mrs. Andersen’s room 2-216 right after school today! The competition will be held on Saturday April 14th at 7:00

    With a rehearsal on Friday April 13th right after school.

      The Academic Challenge Team is looking to recruit a few new team members. If you are interested, come check it out in the main office conference room right after school TODAY!

    All are invited to join the Key Club as we go to Plantation Convalescent Center this Friday, March 30th to make an Easter craft with the residents.  Meet in Ms. Truesdale’s POD after school if you would like to come.  See you there!

      There is now an opportunity for students to take online Dual enrollment classes from FIU!

    If you are interested or need to know how to qualify, see Ms. Harris

    CHEERLEADING TRYOUTS WILL BE HELD today at 4:00pm - 5:00pm on the practice field!

    Activities for the Week

    Tuesday 3/27

      Softball home vs. ICS @6pm

    Boys Lacrosse home vs. St. Augustine @7pm

    Tennis home vs. St. Brendan @3pm

    Come out and support your teams!

     

    Wednesday 3/28

     Varsity Baseball home vs. Marathon @6pm

    Thursday 3/29

    Girls Lacrosse home vs. Key West @6pm

    Project Wisdom-though of the day:

    There will be obstacles.

    There will be doubters.

    There will be mistakes  

    But with hard work there are NO limits…

     
     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Monday, March 26th, 2018

    On Thursday night, the Softball team defeated Sports Leadership and Management school moving to 8-1 overall.  Score of the  game was 13-5 and it was a really good game. The other team  hit the ball well - scored 3 in the first - Canes answered back scoring 9 in the first and never lost the lead!  Several players had multiple hits: Anna Langley, Keely Flanagan, Rachel Medina, and Lexi Brito.

     Academic Challenge Team tryouts are TOMORROW after school. Study guides available in Ms. Harris’s office if you are interested.

      There is now an opportunity for students to take online Dual enrollment classes from FIU!

    If you are interested or need to know how to qualify, see Ms. Harris

     Coral Shores Hurricanes Slides into a Blow-Out Win over Palmer Trinity.The Canes easily did away with Palmer Trinity 9-2 on Thursday In the first inning, Coral Shores Hurricanes got their offense started.  Ty Harrelson drove in one when he singled. Coral Shores Hurricanes pulled away for good with one run in the third inning. In the third Jason Filpis singled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run.Hurricanes Michael Signorelli notched three runs in the fifth inning.  Josh Minak and Jake Curry all contributed in the big inning with RBIs. Curry pitched Coral Shores Hurricanes to victory. He allowed five hits and two runs over five innings, striking out seven and walking one. Harrelson threw two innings in relief out of the bullpen. Coral Shores Hurricanes tallied ten hits. Curry and Minak each collected multiple hits for Coral Shores Hurricanes. Curry led Coral Shores Hurricanes with three hits in four at bats.

    The Canes next game is Monday today, 7pm at Founders vs. Berkeley Prep.

    Reminder to all Volleyball players – No Open Gym today- it has been canceled and remember tomorrow is bagging at Publix. Open Gym will start up again on Thursday from 4-6. Please get your camp papers and checks to Coach Ets-Hokin the deposit is due April 20th. Thank you.

    Attention Seniors Attending Grad Bash: Final Payments are due by this Friday, March 23. The final payment is $60.00 and can be turned into Mrs. King or Mrs. Garcia in the front office.

     **ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS (GIRLS AND BOYS):

    CHEERLEADING TRYOUTS WILL BE HELD MARCH 27th- 30th at 4:00pm - 5:00pm on the practice field!

    Please get a flyer located in the front office for more information. **

    Activities for the Week

     

     Monday 3/26

     Varsity Baseball home vs. Berkley Prep @7pm

     

    Tuesday 3/27

      Softball home vs. ICS @6pm

    Boys Lacrosse home vs. St. Augustine @7pm

    Tennis home vs. St. Brendan @3pm

    Wednesday 3/28

     Varsity Baseball home vs. Marathon @6pm

    Thursday 3/29

    Girls Lacrosse home vs. Key West @6pm

    Project Wisdom-though 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…

     

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

    •   Pedro Diaz Lopez

    Happy Belated Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

    • Payton             Roth
    • Jonathon          Rroshi
    • Giovanni         Torres
    • Liyiccia           Torres
    • Mariano           Castillo-Beovides
    • Mathew           Sisko 

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Thursday, March 22nd , 2018

    Track & Field

                                         Coral Shores vs Marathon

     

    Coral Shores 1st place winners :

    • Ben Thomas in the 110 hurdles and the 300 hurdles
    • Zach Rodriguez in the 1600 meter run
    • Javier Hernandez in the 200 meter dash
    • Dustin Chamberlain in the Discus with his personal best 135 feet 3 inches
    • Alison Woltanski in the 100 hurdles and the 300 hurdles
    • Riley Dobson in the Discus and the Shot Put with her personal best 30 feet 11 inches
    • Krista Black in the long Jump and the Triple Jump
    • Boys 4x800 Relay
    • Girls 4x100 Relay
    • Boys and Girls 4x400 Relay came in 1st place

                    Awesome Job Canes !

     

     All girls interested in the All American Volleyball Camp in June – the deposit is due to Coach Ets-Hokin by April 20th.  IF you are interested and have not picked up the proper paperwork, please see Coach Ets-Hokin for the paperwork. Open Gyms will continue to be on Mondays and Thursdays 4-6 with set up starting at 3:00. Try outs will be July 30th and 31st for the Fall Volleyball Team – please mark your calendars.

     

    Attention Seniors Attending Grad Bash: Final Payments are due by this Friday, March 23. The final payment is $60.00 and can be turned into Mrs. King or Mrs. Garcia in the front office.

     **ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS (GIRLS AND BOYS):

     

    CHEERLEADING TRYOUTS WILL BE HELD MARCH 27th- 30th at 4:00pm - 5:00pm on the practice field!

     

    Please get a flyer located in the front office for more information. **

    Attention Juniors and Seniors:

    The Junior Class will be having a flash prom tickets sale during both lunches on Thursday and Friday this week! Get your prom tickets for only $25 this week only!

     

    Singers, musicians and bands! Are you looking for your first gig or do you want more practice on stage? Forest Tek is holding a fundraiser for Coral Shores Athletics this summer on June 2nd and they need your act! Please contact Javi in the PAC if you are interested.

    Activities for the Week

     

       Wednesday 3.21

    Girls Lacrosse home vs. Palmer Trinity game time 5pm

    Boys Lacrosse home vs. Palmer Trinity game time 7pm

     

    Thursday 3.22

    Varsity Baseball home vs. Palmer Trinity game time 5pm

    Softball home vs. SLAM game time 5:30pm

    Tennis home vs. LaSalle game time 1pm

    Friday 3.23

    PERT testing for algebra retake students

    Boys Lacrosse home vs. Westminster Christian game time 7pm

    Saturday 3.24

    NMSI English Session #3

     

    Project Wisdom-though 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!

     

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

    •    Cameron       El-Koury

     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Tuesday, March 20th, 2018

     All girls interested in the All American Volleyball Camp in June – the deposit is due to Coach Ets-Hokin by April 20th.  IF you are interested and have not picked up the proper paperwork, please see Coach Ets-Hokin for the paperwork. Open Gyms will continue to be on Mondays and Thursdays 4-6 with set up starting at 3:00. Try outs will be July 30th and 31st for the Fall Volleyball Team – please mark your calendars.

    Attention Seniors Attending Grad Bash: Final Payments are due by this Friday, March 23. The final payment is $60.00 and can be turned into Mrs. King or Mrs. Garcia in the front office.

     **ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS (GIRLS AND BOYS):

    CHEERLEADING TRYOUTS WILL BE HELD MARCH 27th- 30th at 4:00pm - 5:00pm on the practice field!

    Please get a flyer located in the front office for more information. **

    Attention Juniors and Seniors:

    The Junior Class will be having a flash prom tickets sale during both lunches on Thursday and Friday this week! Get your prom tickets for only $25 this week only!

     

    Anyone wishing to try out for the Academic Challenge Team will meet in the front office after school next

    TUESDAY, March27

    Seniors: You should be registering for Bright Futures, applying for scholarships, and looking into orientation dates and putting down deposits for housing,

    Time is getting ready to FLY!     PAY ATTENTION as we approach Graduation!

    See Ms. Harris if you need help in making a plan after Graduation…whatever that might be, I’m here to help you!

    Singers, musicians and bands! Are you looking for your first gig or do you want more practice on stage? Forest Tek is holding a fundraiser for Coral Shores Athletics this summer on June 2nd and they need your act! Please contact Javi in the PAC if you are interested.

    Activities for the Week

      Tuesday 3.20

    Track home vs. Marathon start time 4pm

    Softball home vs. Carrollton game time 4:30pm

    Wednesday 3.21

    Girls Lacrosse home vs. Palmer Trinity game time 5pm

    Boys Lacrosse home vs. Palmer Trinity game time 7pm 

    Thursday 3.22

    Varsity Baseball home vs. Palmer Trinity game time 5pm

    Softball home vs. SLAM game time 5:30pm

    Tennis home vs. LaSalle game time 1pm

    Friday 3.23

    PERT testing for algebra retake students

    Boys Lacrosse home vs. Westminster Christian game time 7pm

    Saturday 3.24

    NMSI English Session #3

     

    Sunday 3.25

    Mu Alpha Theta bagging groceries fundraiser at Publix

    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!

     

    Project Wisdom-though 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.

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

    •   Jessica Vandergriff
     

     

     

     

    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Monday, March 19th, 2018

    Congratulations to Elijah Woods, Connor Rhyne, Juan Fleita, and Jason Polanco for being selected to the All Monroe County Basketball team with Woods and Rhyne being chosen to the first team and Fleita and Polanco to the second team. 

    Attention Seniors Attending Grad Bash: Final Payments are due by this Friday, March 23. The final payment is $60.00 and can be turned into Mrs. King or Mrs. Garcia in the front office.

    The Softball team played in the Gulliver Prep tournament during spring break and went 3-1 overall.

    They defeated Ferguson 2x and St. Brendan- the Canes first loss of the season was against South Dade. 

    With only 9 players - the team did a great job!!  Overall record moves to 6 wins - 1 loss. 

    Back at it tomorrow at home against Carrollton- 4:30 game time - come out and support your Canes Softball team!

    Singers, musicians and bands! Are you looking for your first gig or do you want more practice on stage? Forest Tek is holding a fundraiser for Coral Shores Athletics this summer on June 2nd and they need your act! Please contact Javi in the PAC if you are interested.

    Activities for the Week

     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! 

    Project Wisdom-though of the day:

     

     Monday 3.19

    Varsity Baseball home vs. Dr. Charter game time 6pm

    Boys Lacrosse home vs. Key west game time 7pm

     

    Tuesday 3.20

    JV Baseball home vs. Palmer Trinity game time 4pm

    Track home vs. Marathon start time 4pm

    Softball home vs. Carrollton game time 4:30pm

     

    Wednesday 3.21

    Girls Lacrosse home vs. Palmer Trinity game time 5pm

    Boys Lacrosse home vs. Palmer Trinity game time 7pm

     

    Thursday 3.22

    Varsity Baseball home vs. Palmer Trinity game time 5pm

    Softball home vs. SLAM game time 5:30pm

    Tennis home vs. LaSalle game time 1pm

     

    Friday 3.23

    PERT testing for algebra retake students

    Boys Lacrosse home vs. Westminster Christian game time 7pm

     

    Saturday 3.24

    NMSI English Session #3

    Sunday 3.25

    Mu Alpha Theta bagging groceries fundraiser at Publix

    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!

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurricanes:

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    CSHS Daily Announcements

    Friday, March 9th , 2018

     

    Attention baseball players please see Mrs. Signorelli to sign up for community service on Sunday, March 18th to work the Islamorada Seafood and Art Festival. 

    Come out and support your Hurricane Softball team today,  March 9th at home!  We take on Palmer Trinity @ 6 pm!  Be there!

    Academic Challenge tryouts will need to be postponed until after Spring Break due to Mrs. Harris being busy with testing this week.

    If you are interested in trying out, you may pick up practice question in the CAPPS office today!

    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 4204.

    “Attention Seniors: The second and last payment for Grad Bash is due no later than March 30th. The final payment will be $60 and you can supply the payment to Mrs. King or Mrs. Garcia in the front office.”

    Attention all students!

    The 2017-2018 yearbook still has room for senior ads… or any ads, for that matter! If you or your parents would like to purchase an ad in the yearbook, see Airiana Lindback, Angel Kelley, or Ms. Susa sometime this week. You can take out business ads, or just ads of support for our school. A full page ad is $350, a half page ad is $185, a quarter page ad is $100, and a business card size ad is $50. We need them before Thursday of next week, so see us soon!

     

    Also, the 2018 yearbook is on sale now through this week for $65. Bring a check to Ms. Susa, Airiana Lindback, or Angel Kelley before Friday of next week! Prices increase soon!

     

    CHEERLEADING TRYOUTS WILL BE HELD MARCH 27th- 30th at 4:00pm - 5:00pm on the practice field!

     Please get a flyer located in the front office for more information. **

    Any student that wished to be a part of the leadership class next year, must see Ms. Rosenow in room 4-105 for a class agreement.   All agreements and essays are due by Friday March 9th. 

    Activities for the Week

    Friday 3/9

    End of the 3rd Quarter – Student Half Day – See Attached Schedule

    Softball vs. Palmer Trinity home @6pm.

    Girls Lacrosse home vs. Gulliver prep @5pm

    Saturday 3/10

    Spring Break Begins!

    SAT at 8am

    Varsity Baseball home vs. Ransom @6pm  

    Project Wisdom-though 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.

     

     

    Happy Birthday Shout Out goes out to the following Hurri