CAREER PREP HIGH SCHOOL


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Summer School Information Summer School Information 6.6.2016

BUSSES:
  • Busses will drop off and pick up at CPHS before and after school.
  • If you want to eat breakfast at SHS, you can get off the bus at SHS and then walk over to CPHS by 8:00am.
  • The Kirtland bus will drop off and pick up at CPHS ONLY. If you are riding the Kirtland bus, you will have to walk over to SHS and get breakfast, then walk back to CPHS by 8:00am.
  • DO NOT jump fences to get across schools. Walk around the school on the roadside.


    EDGENUITY:
  • You may work on Edgenuity at home, or anywhere you have internet access.
  • You MAY keep PASSING quiz and test grades.
  • TAKE NOTES!!! The main reason students don’t pass is not taking notes. If you take notes, you are almost guaranteed to pass.
  • If you are taking a math or science class, you should be copying down what you see during direct instruction and other activities… Not even Einstein did all the math and science in his head!

    DAYCARE IS PROVIDED EVERYDAY… no excuses parents!

    You may bring snacks and drinks if you clean up after yourselves.
  • Posted:
    06-06-16
      
    Registration Information REGISTRATION
    2016-17: New Student Registration
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    Posted:
    06-06-16
      
    SUMMER SCHOOL
    Mon-Thurs
    SUMMER SCHOOL
    Summer school has started. The students that signed up to attend need to be here today and everyday for the next 3 weeks. Monday – Thursday 7:30 am to 4:00pm. The bus will be running for students from Kirtland at 6:55am & they will go back after 4:00pm so they will need to be picked up after 4:00 at Kirtland High School. Breakfast & lunch will be served at Shiprock High School. Daycare will be provided for our teen parents.
    Posted:
    06-06-16
      


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    CPHS Information:

    Post Office Box 3514
    West Hwy. 64
    Shiprock, New Mexico 87420
    Phone: (505) 368-4980
    Fax: (505) 368-5703









    PRINCIPAL.............................................Mrs. Staci Gallaher
    COUNSELOR.............................................Mr. Dwayne Manus
    ATTENDANCE SECRETARY..................................Ms. Regina Benally
    REGISTRAR/LIBRARIAN...................................Ms. Joann John
    DAYCARE DIRECTOR......................................Ms. Laurinda Warren-Draper
    SCHOOL HEALTH NURSE...................................Ms. Ann McCarthy
    WORK EXPERIENCE COORDINATOR...........................Ms. Bunny McComb


    Mission Statement:
    The mission of Career Prep High School is to provide students with the opportunities necessary to earn a high school diploma. This will be accomplished by creating a positive learning environment, maintaining high expectations and challenging students to make choices that will result in life-long learning, career development, cultural awareness and community involvement.



    The complex is located on West Highway 64 just past Eva B. Stokely Elementary School and the Phil Thomas Performing Arts Center.
    Turn at the light by the City Market shopping complex heading North/West and proceed past Dine College West, Shiprock High, The Phil, EBS, and turn at the CPHS digital sign.
    The entrance to Career Prep is near the flag poles.


    Since it opened in 1994 as the alternative school for Central Consolidated School District, Career Prep High School has been serving students who have needed a different approach to education.
    With its smaller learning community, focus on relationships with students, and a career focus, CPHS students find an opportunity to excel. Student interests guide their course selection towards a career program of study. Faculty advisors assist them in pursuing their career goals and overcoming barriers to success in school.