After a two year hiatus, Wolfpack Band’s “Swing Time” returned this past spring – and it was a fun! We are happy to report that our Wolfpack Music Boosters will once again host Swing Time this coming spring, and it will feature great swing dancing music and lessons, great food, silent auctions and raffles, and much more! Please consider supporting the 7-12 Wolfpack Instrumental Music program by saving the following date and planning to attend this uniquely fun event:
Saturday, March 12, 2016 @ the Laguna Town Hall - $10 discount for all COHS and EPMS Staff! (both current and former staff)
Please see the attached flyer for more details and information on ordering tickets.
General Use Tips:
All cell phones must be turned OFF before the tardy bell rings at 8:20 am, they are to remain off during school hours. This does not mean VIBRATE, it means OFF! Any phones that are used or ring during the school day will be confiscated.
Please remember that we require ID EVERY TIME a parent checks their child out of school. This is for the safety of the child. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation with this policy. Thank You.
Student Services Office:
Night at the Kings!
EPMS! You don't want to miss this! On March 13th, 2016, your Pinkerton Wolves will play the Harris Colts in Sleep Train Arena after the Kings vs Jazz basketball game. Ticket price is $27.00 and students may purchase their tickets at the Pack Shack window.
An Epic Talent Show
January Student of the Month
2016 Arts Alive was Amazing!
Sign Up for AVID!
AVID teaches skills and behaviors for academic success and leads students to college. Is AVID for you? It's time for AVID sign ups.
2016-2017 COHS 9th grade AVID applications are due by February 26th
Making a Change Club
The 7th grade Making a Change Club will be making blankets for Project Linus Feb 2nd –Feb 15th. If you have any extra polar fleece or fleece and would like to donate, please drop off in office or have your child bring to Mrs. Maddock in MJ3.
Extended Day Program
Homework Club: All students are welcome to come and work on their homework. A teacher will roam around to answer questions but students will mostly work independently and use the time as a study hall. Partner work is allowed as long as students remain on task and respect the learning environment.
Open Computer Lab: For all students to access computers and internet for school work.
Science Fair Prep: On Tuesdays during the months of January and February, students will be able to work on personal Science Fair Projects to submit to the district fair and Sacramento Area Regional Fair. For more information please ask your Science teacher or Ms. Bradford.
Project Citizen: A nationally recognized project based learning program designed to empower our youth and develop more civic minded young adults. Students will develop projects for change they want to see in their community.
Box Tops for Education
The Science Dept needs you!
Kingdom of Learning
Adopt Our Wolves
In the current economic environment many of our parents and community members have asked if there is a way to give back to our school. In response to such generous requests we have established the “Ad ...more