Colfax Junior / Senior High School

 Colfax Jr/Sr High School

Carrie Lipe, Principal  carrie.lipe@csd300.com

1110 North Morton St.
Colfax, WA 99111

(509) 397-4368 

Fax # (509) 397-2414

 

 

Good Morning BULLDOGS

Today is Wednesday October 17, 2018

12:30 Dismissal

 

 

 Students who took the PSAT, please bring a check payable to CHS for $16.00 asap.

 

Attention all FCCLA members: The Fall Regional Meeting is today, October 17th at the Catalyst Church in Colfax. Dress code applies.

Colfax School District will be hosting a flu shot clinic today, Oct 17th, 2018, from 2:00-6:00pm in the Colfax Jr/Sr High School Cafeteria. The Clinic will be open to all Colfax School District children (four years of age and older) and their families, staff members, and community members. Children under 18 will need a patient consent form signed by a parent, forms will be available at the clinic and on the Colfax School District website. Participants will be asked to provide their current health insurance card to receive a flu shot. If an adult does not have a current health insurance card, it will be $40.00 out of pocket fee and free for children under 18 if they have a patient consent form signed by a parent/guardian.

In support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. We ask everyone to wear PINK October 25, 2018. Let’s Paint our School PINK! Bulldogs let’s show our support!

 

YOU ARE INVITED

All Veterans and their families are invited to participate in Colfax School District’s assembly to honor Veterans.  The public is invited to this event. The assembly will be held on Friday, November 9, 2018 at 9:00 A.M. at  Jennings Elementary Gymnasium.  We would be honored if you could attend.

 

We could also use your help with our “honor wall” for November.  CHS would like to display names of people we know who have served (or are serving) in the military. We try to include people known to our students, staff and community.  We would love to add some new names!  If you would like to help us with this project, we only need the full name of the person who has or is serving in the military.

 

Sports:

Thursday, 10/18 – HS Volleyball @ Tekoa – JV @ 5:00PM, Varsity @ 6:30PM – Release @ 2:20PM, Bus leaves @ 2:30PM

Thursday, 10/18 – JH Girls Basketball @ Garfield – JV ONLY @ 4:30PM – Release @ 3:15PM, Bus leaves @ 3:30PM

Thursday, 10/18 – JH Football @ Liberty – 4:00PM – Release @ 1:21PM, Bus leaves @ 1:40PM

Friday, 10/19 – HS Football vs Reardan @ Colfax – 7:00PM – SENIOR NIGHT!

Saturday, 10/20 – Cross Country District 7 Championships @ Wilbur G.C. – 1:00PM – Bus leaves @ 9:30AM – TIME CHANGE, ORIGINAL SCHEDULE WAS WRONG – Price to get in is $6 students, $8 adults

Monday, 10/22 – JV Football vs Liberty @ Colfax – 5:00PM

Monday, 10/22 – JH Girls Basketball vs T-R @ Colfax – JV @ 4:30PM, Varsity @ 5:30PM

Thursday, 10/25 – District Volleyball Day 1 @ Davenport/Reardan – 5:00PM or 6:30PM – Bus leaves @ TBD (Colfax is currently South #1 so it appears we will play @ 5:00PM, but location is yet to be determined. Waiting for official word. District schedule is on the website.

Thursday, 10/25 – JH Football @ Davenport – 4:00PM – Release @ 12:30PM, Bus leaves @ 12:45PM

Saturday, 10/27 – Cross Country Regionals @ Harrington G.C. – 2:00PM Boys start, 2:30PM girls start.  Bus leaves @ 11:00AM – ORIGINAL TIME CHANGED TO ACCOMMODATE ACT TEST.

Monday, 10/29 – 1st JH BOYS BASKETBALL PRACTICE @ JES OLD GYM – 3:30PM – Parent Meeting @ 5:30PM – Anyone planning to participate that did not play JH Football this year will need to turn in a current physical and athletic packet before practice begins.

 

 

Lunch:

Wednesday: Maple bites/egg patty or burger, tater rounds & fruit.

Thursday: Mac/cheese or chicken patty, carrots, breadstick & fruit.

Friday: Grilled cheese or burger, tomato soup, fruit & cookie.

 

Washington State 2018 Healthy Youth Survey

 

Our district is participating in the Washington State 2018 Healthy Youth Survey during fall 2018.

 

The Healthy Youth survey includes questions related to physical activity and diet, unintentional and intentional injury, substance use, risk and protective factors, access to school-based services, and sexual behaviors, abuse and orientation. Survey results are used by schools, communities and state agencies to plan programs to support our youth and reduce their risks.

 

Participation in the survey is voluntary and the students’ answers are anonymous.

 

Please read the Parent and Student Notification Letter for more information about the Healthy Youth Survey.