Thank you Dan Diegos!! We really appreciate your support!
2415 Morena Blvd. www.dandiegos.com
We are so excited to have everyone at the
4th Annual CHS Sports Camp!
We need a few things before Camp starts
Please indicate your ranked choices for which sports you would like to do
(simply email firstname.lastname@example.org with your choices)
Sports offered are:
Also we would like your t-shirt size:
If you have already donated, thank you! If you have not yet had the chance,
and are able, you may do so upon check in, or are on the Sports Camp page.
Please download and fill out the registration form
or be prepared to do so upon check in. Thank you!!
We look forward to seeing you soon!
Hey local peeps - the PTSA at Clairemont High School is having their annual Spring Rummage Sale. We are looking for sellers. It will be held on Saturday, March 23 from 8:30am-noon. Set-up will begin at 7:30am. The cost to participate is free to all Clairemont High affiliated groups, teams and clubs. It is also free for all non-profit groups such as Boy or Girl Scout troops.
The cost is $20 for all other sellers. Each seller is responsible to bring your own tables, chairs, canopies, supplies, etc.
If you are interested in reserving a seller spot, please email Christine at email@example.com. Also, please feel free to share this information with others.
K-8th grade Clairemont Cluster Sports Camp
Clubs, teams, and academies. Start collecting items for baskets for the adult only Spring Fling. Your baskets will be up for auction and your club/team or academy will receive 80% of the total bid on the baskets.
Also, anyone who purchases a ticket can indicate your club/team or academy and $5 of the ticket price will go to the designated group! More info here.
Clairemont High School Theatre presents
The Wizard of Oz - Young Performer's Edition
Orphan Dorothy Gale feels misunderstood by her guardians, Uncle Henry and Auntie Em. She yearns to be far away, where she thinks happiness awaits. Upon nearly losing her beloved canine companion, Toto, Dorothy is distraught and finds herself being whisked away in a tornado to the land of Oz. At first, the new locale seems promising. But Dorothy unwittingly upsets the Wicked Witch of the West and discovers her well-being requires that she return home. To do so, she must travel along a yellow brick road to the Emerald City where a powerful wizard may help her. En route, Dorothy and Toto befriend Scarecrow, Tin Man and Cowardly Lion – each who also would like help from the wizard. Protected by Glinda, the Good Witch of the North, from the evil ways of the Wicked Witch, Dorothy and her friends make their journey and pick up life lessons along the way.
Good afternoon all,
The Foundation and PTSA will be welcoming back the CHS Staff with a breakfast on Monday 1/14. If you would like to donate any items please see the link below and fill in your name. The breakfast will be 7:00am to 8:30 am. Donations can be dropped at my house or early on Monday...
Text me at 619-606-3507 to make arrangements to drop off donations.
CHS Foundation’s Annual Spring Fling /Silent Auction - Apr. 13th
Teams, Clubs and Academies start collecting items to auction off at our Adults Only event held at Brick by Brick at 1130 Buenos Ave. Chieftain fans can enjoy free food, great music and dancing while raising money to support the different activities that enrich our children’s high school experience.
This is a great time to clear out all those UN-NEEDED and/or UN-WANTED Christmas Gifts!
In addition to making 80% of the donations received for their baskets, teams can also receive $5.00 of each $20 entrance ticket purchased.
Please visit our Spring Fling page to purchase tickets and to find out more about the Spring Fling.
Contact Colleen Kleege at firstname.lastname@example.org or Paula Cunningham at email@example.com if you would like more information about submitting baskets to be included in the auction or if you would like to help with the event.
UPDATE 1/8/9 - The sophomores had the most participants and won the pizza party. Pizza will be provided Monday, 1/14/19 at lunch time. Congrats to the sophomores!!
UPDATE: 12/19/18 11pm deadline. 9th $425, 10th $550, 11th $25, 12th $100
10th grade has raised the most money by the deadline and will win a $200 grant for their class ASB account. Still up for grabs is the pizza party for the most participants on the track in a grade. Donations still being accepted and each $25 donation earns you a raffle ticket for a chance to win a prize.
12/14: 10th grade is in the lead with $275 raised, 9th grade close behind with $250, 12th grade is at $25. Come on 11th grade, where are you??? Which grade will win the $200 class level grant? Who will win the pizza party? Donate now to help your class win! Wed at 11pm is the last night to donate and have it counted toward the contest.
Alumni Spotlight -
Who will it be???
8/21 Staff Welcome Back Brunch
@ Fast Times
9/20 Homecoming Game
pregame @ Fast Times
12/19 Winter Walk
1/10 Staff -
Welcome Back Breakfast
3/20 Staff St.Patrick's Day lunch
3/30-4/3 Spring Break
Cluster Sports Camp 3/30-4/3
Spring Fling TBD
5/8 Staff Appreciation Luncheon
6/5 Staff & Volunteer Appreciation Reception