Cloverdale High School PTSA
Dear Cloverdale High School and 8th grade Parents,
YOUR HELP IS NEEDED TO KEEP PTSA GOING!
This is your opportunity to become a member of the Cloverdale High School PTSA board. This is a great way to support the high school’s students and staff. Throughout the year PTSA, has supported the Associated Student Body (ASB), supported teachers with a stipend for supplies, contributed to scholarships, and funded a motivational speaker.
There are many different positions available including President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Membership, Auditor, and Parliamentarian. Please consider serving on this worthwhile and necessary board. For more information please contact Debbie Barrett at 894-4881 or Jonni Conway at 894-1930. All nominees must be a member of PTSA. Non-members are still able to join. Thank you for your consideration.
Cloverdale High School student will be prepared for post-secondary education and will be contributing members of society Cloverdale High School is a comprehensive high school of 470 students in grades 9-12. Our mission is to offer a program of excellence in education, which promotes personal and intellectual development for a lifetime of learning and success.
We offer advanced standing, honors and AP classes in English, science, math and social science. We balance our rigorous academic program with a selection of vocational programs, including: advanced computers, multimedia, woodworking, horticulture/viticulture, culinary arts, law enforcement and extreme responders.
CHS also offers a diverse fine arts program. Our music program offers students the opportunity to perform with both a traditional orchestra and a jazz band. Our dramatic arts program offers students the opportunity to take part and perform in productions locally.
Our award-winning athletics program offers students the opportunity to be involved in football, basketball, baseball, softball, volleyball, soccer, cheerleading, tennis, cross-country and track and field. Our community-supported athletics programs focuses on promoting scholar-athletes, requiring students to succeed in class to participate.
Our program emphasizes helping students develop the academic skills necessary to continue their education after high school. Eighty percent of our students continue on with post-secondary education. We offer students college prep as well readiness programs to help them prepare for life beyond high school to meet the needs of our diverse population.
Research demonstrates that the development of a strong professional community among educators is a key ingredient in improving schools. Therefore the dedicated staff at CHS has changed the structure of our early release Wednesdays to allow us to work collaboratively using the professional learning community model. Each Wednesday the staff collectively examines student data to improve its own professional practices. As a result of that restructuring, we are proud to have achieved a l0 out of 10 in similar schools ranking in the state testing and a six-year accreditation by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.
Our school promotes a close-knit relationship between staff, parents, students and our community. We encourage parents to participate in committees, community unity day, clubs and advisory groups such as English Language Advisory Council (ELAC). We also promote a hatefree campus, and encourage students to become involved in the community through our service learning program.
We encourage you to learn more about how CHS offers its students a world-class education with the benefits of a small-school atmosphere. Please feel free to contact the school office at (707) 894-1900 with any questions or for more information.