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  • Announcements

    • Our building scrolling announcements now ONLINE!  Click Here and select the Title with the date you want. 

    • Finacial Aid Night is Monday Jan 26th at 6pm in the HS Library

    • CNE Rocket spirit wear is available in the high school office. Currently, sweatshirts, flannel bottoms, long sleeve t-shirts, t-shirts and lanyards are available. For more information, contact Mrs. Poe ,513.625.1211ext.110

  • YEARBOOKS

    2015 YEARBOOK -  is with a new company that has some great new features

    • Follows a more social media concept to yearbooking. 
    • Saves you money! ONLY $38.50
    • Allows students to create 2 pages of their own for just their yearbook.
    • Allows students to upload photos and send a message with them to another student to put in their book. 

    What you have to do:

    These are OPTIONAL but provided free to students

    • Want to add photos, memories etc to personal pages ( Add memories )
    • Now you need to add personal pages ( Personal Pages ) - remember yourpersonal pages are only added to your book, not everyones. 

    SENIORS

    • Senior Pictures DUE by Feburary 2nd.  It is best to have your photograph electronically sent to yearbook@cneschools.org  You also need a vertical picture. 
    • Senior Ads  - you can still purchase a senior ad that would be in all of the yearbooks (not just a students personal page).  The options this year are 1/4 a page for $50.  You can supply up to 4 pictures and a paragraph. Or you can do 1/8 of a page with 2 pictures and a couple sentences for $30.  Otherwise you could use your students 2 free personal pages to do your own senior ad as a part of it- but again it will only be in your students book.   Bottom Line - In all books for all students to see either $50 or $30, OR in just your childs book you make it for free. 

    QUESTIONS?   Email  yearbook@cneschools.org

  • What's Going On?

    • Beth Price- Intervention Specialist

      Mrs. Price's classes have been busy reading "The Whipping Boy". What a great story about being careful what you wish. Also, they have been busy learning strategies and techniques to help them further succeed in their classwork and homework. Keep working hard.

    • Joy Allmyer - English Teacher

      English 9 All freshmen English students completed their independent books over break and returned ready to give their oral presentations for all to see. They did an excellent job sharing information regarding their books. Many students found the presentations intriguing and even decided to begin reading one of their classmate's books.

      We are now beginning a unit on the epic poem, The Odyssey. This poem will lead us into the world of Greek mythology. We will end this unit with a large research project that will better prepare the students for the research portion of the PARCC test that they will take March 11-13.

    • Megan Yeager - Math Teacher

      Well, with the start of the second semester, we have started some new classes and rearranged some others. This semester we start Trigonometry and have started by learning a new way to measure angles with Radians instead of degrees. We have been converting back and forth and finding coterminal and reference angles as well.

      The freshman in Algebra 1 are starting a chapter on solving systems of equations. We are learning different methods to solve these systems so each student can decide which is easiest for him/her. We will do a project relating systems to real life later this chapter.

      Applied Math is going back to our days in Geometry and reviewing perimeter, area, surface area, and volume. We are working on a project to build a new water tower for Owensville given some specifications. Students will design the tower and write a proposal to be submitted to the town council to decide which design is the best.

      Geometry is working on right triangles using Pythagorean Theorem, special right triangles, and trigonometry. We will also take a practice OGT and use that for review to prepare for the test in March.

    • Darine Rees - French Teacher

      In french class students had a blast caroling for their teachers and some classes in the high and elementary school. they were glad to see their former teachers and were proud that they can make their teachers and the little kids feel the spirit of Christmas. French 1 wrote a card to Santa asking for things they would love to have this Christmas as we were learning the importance of the articles. French 2 were learning about expressing their feelings about the weather and the seasons and associating their hobbies to it. they learned how to invite somebody to do an activity with them on a weekend or when the weather in better. when we came back from break french 1 had a blast playing a memory game for the class items vocabulary. We discussed the Paris Attacks on January 7th and they made a cartoon to express their feelings against what happened. french 2 are reviewing their vocab. They are ready to tackle a new chapter dealing with food. french 3 are now learning how to describe a house and will be able to understand an itinerary.

    • Ms. Latham - English 10 Teacher

      CP English 10 students have concluded an informational text prior to winter break. Student’s read the novel, The Color of Water by James McBride, which alternates between the genres of autobiography and biography. The story shared James’ mother’s story as well as his own as they both attempted to come to terms with their identity. Upon our return from winter break, students will partake in a collaborative assignment which requires student groups to locate, select, and present evidence to build a persuasive case utilizing informational documents with real-world applications. During the third quarter, the sophomores in CP English 10 will participate in various OGT reviews to prepare for the upcoming state assessments. We will be examining several passages, multiple choice, and short answer questions in order to prepare for the reading portion of the OGT. As a class, we will examine writing strategies, prompts, passages, and rubrics. Students will take on the roles of writers and evaluators as they learn to review, critique, and reflect on various writing samples. This will be done to prepare for the writing portion of the OGT that tenth grade students will complete in the spring.