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Repeating Event - Summer School
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Coral Shores High School--Home of the Hurricanes
SUMMER EOC TESTING AND RETAKES
Summer EOC Retakes are scheduled for July 11th and 12th at 7:45 am each day for Geometry, Algebra 1, and Algebra 2. These tests have two parts so students need to report both days.
US History and Biology will be administered on July 12th at 7:45 am.
Visit the Assessment link on the left for study resources.

 
CSHS Summer Bus Schedule
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School Health Clinics
CSHS Summer Reading
CSHS Summer Reading
 STUDENT’S PURPOSE:  The purpose of summer reading in English classes is to sustain or improve their reading levels through the free choice of novels. 

Click here to see a book list for each grade level. 

Over the summer, every student is REQUIRED to read one book from the list of the English class he or she will be entering in August.  Reading responses are required, and questions to direct the answers of those responses can be found in this handout.  Also, if you have taken an Accelerated Reading test on ANY of these books, please refrain from reading the book again


CSHS Media page has a link to Destiny Library which contains most of the summer reading novels as e-books.  Log in using your lunch number and download the novel.  The book will automatically return to the library after two weeks.
 
2016-2017 Curriculum Guide
CSHS Sailing team
Nicole Sikoryak and Brianna Wilson, CSHS sailing team took first place in the Upper Keys Sailing Club Dockmasters Regatta by out sailing many seasoned veterans.
Career and Technical Eduation Return on Investment
In accordance with Chapter 2014-184, click on the link below to access notification for parents of students who have earned industry certifications that articulate to college credit of the Return on Investment. All questions should be directed to the Director of Career and Adult Education, Melanie Stefanowicz. 

2016 CTE ROI
National Honor Society Inductees
 
Congratulations to the newest National Honor Society Members!!!

Zane Absten                                  Paige Joyce

Elise Anderson                             Angelie Kelley                                       
Jamie Ang                                       Halley Lane
Victoria Aucamp                         Airiana Lindback
Vanessa Bang                               Jady Lopez
James Britton                              Emma Marsden
Kelsey Caputo                             Amanda Midling
Gabrielle Comeforo                 Alexandra Munafo
Chloe Costa                                  Robert Oshaben
Kaitlin Darrow                           Brooke Peacock
Lauren Farr                                  Lorena Perez
Christian Frisone                       Jakob Pooley
Rebecca Galvan                         Kendra Powers
Sofia Garcia                                 Rubiselda Rey
Sofia Gonzalez                           Connor Rhyne
Samantha Gutierrez                Bailey Robinson
Kiersten Heilbron                      Kaily Seiler
Joshua Holper                             Sean Walters
Jordi Hortensi                              Anna Wright
Julianne Jankowski                   Jack Yeager
Alia Jones                                      Caitlin Yong
Mock Trial 2016
Coral Shores will be representing the 16th Judicial Circuit at the state mock trial competition on March 17th.  Team members are  (left to right)  Morgan Besterman,  Sam Kraus, Cody Dickerson, Daniel Walker, Sacha Franks, Jakob Pooley and Carlos Martinez.  The team is coached by Assistant State Attorney Johnathon Raiche.
½ Mill Referendum--Renew Flexible Funding for Monroe County Schools

 

½ Mill Referendum

Renew Flexible Funding for Monroe County Schools

 The District’s objective is to continue to make available a portion of the existing capital ad valorem tax levy for operations – such as teachers, school nurses and classroom materials. The District intends to continue its reduced millage for capital projects (.5 mill), and continue to make available the equivalent amount for operations.  

  • The voters will be asked to approve a renewal of the ½ mill on March 15, 2016.  The ½ mill was first approved in March 2003 to be assessed in the 2004 tax year and was renewed twice since the initial vote.  Those elections were held in January of 2008 and January of 2012 and passed by overwhelming margins.
  • The current ½ mill generates $11.3 million or a little over 12% of the District’s revenues and is used for the items noted above.   
  • What have we done with our revenues? We promised the voters that we would use a large portion of the referendum revenue for the teachers. As of last year, Monroe County teachers had the highest average and median teacher salaries in the State.
  • It is important to understand that no matter how anyone votes on the referendum it will not increase individual tax bills. It will only affect where the school district can use the revenue - either the General Fund or the Capital Fund. Our Capital Fund balances are sufficient to meet the needs of the capital program.
  • Should the ½ mill fail to be approved by the voters then the Monroe County School District will face a major budget shortfall.   Should the General Fund absorb a $11.3 million budget reduction in the next fiscal year, it would most likely have a detrimental effect on student outcomes and assuredly have a devastating effect on our employees.  
  • District schools continue to perform well on State required tests.  School grades released on February 12, 2016, show that ten district schools earned a grade of “A”, five schools earned a “B”, and one school earned a “C” grade.  The Monroe County School District earned an overall grade of “A”, up from a “B” in 2013-2014.  In addition, when compared to other school districts in the State of Florida – MCSD improved from a rank of #23 in 2013-2014 to a rank of #14 in 2014-2015.  
2015-16 CSHS TOY
Congratulations
2015-16
Coral Shores
Teacher of the Year,
Erica Andersen!
Congratulations Coral Shores Sailing Team!
 
Two members of The Coral Shores HS sailing team, Sam Baker and Emma Marsden sailed in the Great Oaks National Invitational Regatta this weekend in New Orleans at Southern Yacht Club. They finished 2nd overall! The conditions were challenging with 50 degree temperatures and 18-25 knot winds today.
Only three teams qualified from the South Atlantic Interscholastic Sailing Association district to compete in this national event. CSHS will be engraved on the Perpetual Trophy that is for the top first time team competing at this event. (Photo below) For some reason the Saturday race results for Red Fleet are not up. They finished 1st on Saturday in the Red division. Based on Saturday's results all teams from both Divisions were ranked in gold (top half) or silver (bottom half). The gold and silver fleets raced 8 races today for the final overall rankings.
The scores are online at scores.hssailing.org, then go to Great Oaks Gold for the final results.
Needy Students
Do you know of a student in need? Fill out a shout-out form and turn it into Ms. Moates to be reviewed by the Needy Kids committee. 
CSHS Homecoming Lipdub 2015
2015 CSHS AP Scholars
CSHS had 217 students earn passing scores on at least one AP Exam. Collectively, they earned 296 passing scores. We had 43 AP Scholars (3 or better on 3 or more AP exams), 9 AP Scholars with Honor (3.25 average on all exams and 3 or higher on 4 or more AP exams), 12 AP Scholars with Distinction (3.5 average on all exams and 3 or higher on 5 or more AP exams), and 4 National AP Scholars (4 average on all exams and 4 or higher on 8 or more AP exams).
See the attached Press Release for more information.


 
Student Handbook
Did you know that it is very easy to apply for Free and Reduced Lunches?

Monroe County Public Schools Free/Reduced Lunch Application
OneSource Online Instant Processor application entry makes it easy and convenient to apply for meal benefits for your child(ren).  Simply enter the requested information as accurately as possible, and all data will be instantly and securely sent to your child(ren)s school district for processing.  Start your family's meal benefits sooner by entering your information now.
2015-2016 Bus Routes


Click to download a .pdf of the 2015-2016 Bus Routes for Coral Shores High School.
 
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