We hope all of you are enjoying the summer and we can't wait to see you August 23, 2016!
NEW SCHOOL YEAR NEW CHANGES:
We'd like to welcome the following staff members to the CPU Family....
Ms. Talbott, Counselor
Mrs. Smith, Business
Mr. Spicher, PLTW
Mr. Arnold, Associate
Mrs. Andersen, Associate
We are looking forward to an awesome year at CPU High. Many new faces along with the current staff will
greet students on August 23rd. It will be exciting to see what the year holds. Beginning this year, we will be
running a Modified Block Schedule. We believe with this schedule, students will benefit. With the support of
their parents and school – CPU Students are sure to succeed! We will begin the school day this year with
a warning bell at 8:15 and classes beginning at 8:20. Dismissal will be at 3:23. Hope to see you soon!
Enjoy the rest of your summer!
Class of 2019: Sophomores
August 8th – 8am-12pm
Class of 2020: Freshmen
August 10th– 8 a.m. -12 p.m.
August 11th– 8 a.m. -12 p.m.
August 12th – 8 a.m. -12 p.m.
ALL CPU High School Students need to register their vehicles with the office and be sure to post their permit in the vehicle when parking in the lot. We will have August 11th, as the day you can pre-register vehicles. Even if you have not changed vehicles, you must check off or re-register. We want the most current information. Only one permit is given to each student. If you already have a permit – you can use it again this year or get a new one. If you drive more than one vehicle on different times, you will transfer the permit to the vehicle you are currently driving. Any questions, feel free to contact the high school office.
Here is the link if you'd like to print it and bring it with you. If you can't make it on the 11th - bring it with you when you come to school.
We are in need of after football game party volunteers. Don’t know what this is or the qualifications to hold this party? Read on….For more than a decade, some very unselfish and supportive parents have opened their homes to our high school students for a safe place to gather after our Friday night home football games. Our students have enjoyed having a place to go and socialize with their friends while consuming munchies, sandwiches and sodas. This is a safe environment where our students can go without worries of any hassles or problems. They have done an excellent job of disciplining themselves while having a lot of fun at the same time. A few rules are to be followed by CPU students and are enforced by the host parents:
1. Students are to stay - not come and go. If they leave, they are not allowed back.
2. No food or beverages are to be brought into the party. All food and drink will be provided by the hosts.
3. No use or possession of any illegal substances or objects will be allowed.
4. Students are asked to pick up after themselves and leave promptly by 12:00 a.m. (midnight).
The Linn County Law Enforcement and Benton County Law Enforcement agencies are aware of the parties’ locations and times. Any problems and the police will be immediately contacted. Donations and volunteers are needed - all the food and drink is provided and prepared by party hosts. If you’d like to leave a donation or are willing to help, please contact the high school office or the hosts of that particular evening. Many hands make lighter work and also the donations help with the financial burdens of today’s times. Thank you!
Please contact Rob Libolt at rlibolt@cpuschools if you are interested and for more information.
Home football games are:
Friday, Sep 2, 2016 – Oelwein
Friday, Sep 9, 2016 – Maquoketa
Friday, Sep 30, 2016 – Marion (Homecoming)
Friday, Oct 7, 2016 – Davenport Assumption
Friday, Oct 21, 2016 – Dubuque Wahlert Catholic
Effective June 1, 2015 school administrators will no longer be issuing Iowa Child Labor Work Permits. Youth, parents and employers complete a simplified form. The form and instructions are available on the Division of Labor website at www.iowaworkforce.org/labor/