High School Student Registration Dates Announced Seniors = July 7Juniors = July 8Sophomores = July 9Freshmen = July 10 Class registration will close on July 19. Instructions: Please use the attached 2021-2022 Cove 9-12 Schedule to know which classes are offered during which class periods.Go to StudentVue.Click on "Course Request" (on the left side menu)Click on "Click here to change course requests"Select courses (at least 7) and alternative courses (up to 3) by clicking either "Add request" or "Add Alternate"Click on "Click here to return to course request summary"Click on "Lock course requests" **Reminder - online registration does not guarantee enrollment in selected classes. All schedules will be finalized by the first week of school. Helpful Documents: posted 7/12/21Key to the 2021-22 Class ScheduleGraduation Checklist Please be patient with our new system. If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to email Mr. Clark at - firstname.lastname@example.org
With recently award grant funding, Cove school is gearing up a summer enrichment program for Cove students currently completing kindergarten through 5th grade. While most parents are aware of the planned after school program scheduled to start next fall, this grant allows the school to essentially start the after-school program early as a summer enrichment program. Beginning June 14th, the district will serve up to 40 students following the first of seven thematic units (the remaining 6 will be delivered as the after-school program next year). Kids may participate in any or all of the three 10-day units under the first theme, Kick Off the Fun!, with units Young Olympians (June 14-29), Fall Into Fun (June 30-July 15) and Leopards Give Back (July 19 through the program conclusion on August 3). Each day, students will participate in organized physical activities, engage in free reading or artistic activities of their choosing, and complete a Science, Technology, Engineering, Artistic, and/or Math (STEAM) oriented task aligned with the mission and goals of Cove Charter School. Titles of some of the daily activities lend insight into the types of tasks such as: Storage Wars, Cone Creatures, Maple Seed Madness, and Pumpkin Chuckin’. Don’t worry, we do a small-scale pumpkin chuckin’ contest where cotton balls substitute for the pumpkin as students test their creations! The program will run from 8:30 to 11:30, Monday through Thursday. While a light snack will be available, there is no transportation nor food service support for this summer program. Parents must bring their kids and pick them up daily. With instructional support from other adults, the lead staff member for each age group are Lacey Baird for grades k-2 and Tricia Tucker for grades 3-5. Each age group will be limited to 20 participants and admittance to the first unit will be based upon order of sign-up. Units 2 and 3 will be prioritized to admit those unable to get into a previous session. As...
If you missed one of the the best May Day programs ever, now you can watch it in its entirety in two parts: Part 1 Part 2Congratulations to the Mr. McBride, teachers, staff, sponsors, and students for making this event happen!
Reminder: 2021-2022 Cove High School 9-12 Class Registration closes tomorrow 7/19. If you are having difficulties with class registration please call or email if you need assistance.
The next Charter Council meeting will be held at the District cafeteria on July 27th @ 6pm.
Additional supporting documents have been added to the high school class registration posting. They include: Key to the 2021-22 High School Class Schedule & Graduation checklist. ~Dustin Clark
Cove Charter Council has 2 community representative positions available. Please call/email if you are interested.