CONNETQUOT HIGH SCHOOL ThunderVision (Click link below)
Produced and written by the students enrolled in CHS Broadcast Journalism which is taught by Mr. Grandin and Mr. Fertmann.
SPRING 2024 DRIVERS EDUCATION INFORMATION - CLICK HERE
Connetquot Central School District - PreventionNeeds Assessment (PNA) Survey
Central School District is conducting the Prevention Needs Assessment (PNA)
Student Survey. Your child’s grade level 6, 8, 10, 11, 12 are scheduled to take this survey during their English
class on December 1, 2023. The Prevention Needs Assessment Survey measures the
factors that place students at risk and protect them from problem behaviors.
Information gained from the survey will allow our district to continue to
provide comprehensive prevention programs for our schools and children.
For the survey
results to be accurate, it is important that all students are given an
opportunity to participate in the survey. Please click on the link below
indicating whether you OPT IN or OPT OUT your child to participate in the
survey. Thank you for
your help on this important project.
11/18/2023 - FINANCIAL AID NIGHT AT CHS 7 PM in the CHS Auditorium. If you missed the lie presentation, click on the link below:
Class of 2024 - Information on Financial Aid (FAFSA & CSS PROFILE)
The FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is required for families to receive financial aid and is often required for college sponsored scholarships and grants. This year, the FAFSA is being updated and will not be available until December 1, 2023, two months later than last year. The Federal Student Aid Office of the Department of Education stated, "the redesigned FAFSA form is the most ambitious and significant redesign of the federal student aid application and delivery in decades, and will significantly simplify how students, parents, and other educational stakeholders use the FAFSA form starting this year." If you would like to read more about the changes that are taking place, please click on the underlined link Federal Student Aid website.
In addition to the FAFSA, many private colleges and scholarship programs may have you complete the CSS Profile to award non-federal institutional aid. This application is available starting on October 1, 2023. Colleges may have different deadlines so be sure to check with each school you are applying to. To learn more about the CSS Profile and learn how to complete the application please click on the following link: CSS PROFILE
WINTER CONCERT INFORMATION FROM MR. MALAFRONTE, DIRECTOR OF MUSIC AND FINE ARTS
**Click here for full copy of COMMUNITY LETTER
Dear Connetquot Community,
As we approach our Winter Concert season, I would like to share a few reminders about our concert procedures and expectations.
Kindly, we ask that all concertgoers practice proper concert etiquette and support a listening atmosphere that allows for all participants to appreciate our students’ performances. To that end, we ask for your cooperation with the following:
The concert will last approximately one hour. All of our students have worked hard to prepare for this event and they are excited to perform for a full audience. For the safety of our students, please plan to stay for the entire concert. After their performance, the students will return to their supervised warm-up room until the end of the concert. You will be able to pick up your child from their designated area after the concert has concluded.
STUDENT ID CARDS for CONNETQUOT HIGH SCHOOL
LINK - NEW ID CARD REQUEST
eSchool Parent Portal:
Tech Support for Chromebooks and Passwords: Please email Virtual Tech Support at VIRTUALTECHSUPPORT@CCSDLI.ORG .
CLICK HERE FOR CONNETQUOT HIGH SCHOOL SCHOOL PICTURE INFORMATION FOR SENIORS AND UNDERCLASSMAN.
2023 – 2024 SENIOR PARKING APPLICATION:
Parking on school grounds is a senior privilege. You must have a Connetquot High School Parking Tag issued by the school and displayed from your vehicle’s rear view mirror when parking in the student parking lot. In order to receive your parking tag, you must read, complete and return this application to Security at the high school.
Only SENIORS with a New York State Class D driver’s license can apply for a parking tag. Please note, a Class D License is issued only to people 18 years of age or older or to a person who is 17 years of age and has successfully completed an approved Driver Education course and received your certificate of completion. By law, you cannot drive to school with a Junior License (Class DJ). JUNIORS ARE NOT PERMITTED TO PARK ON SCHOOL CAMPUS.
You must download, print and complete the following SENIOR PARKING application document: (Bring completed forms to high school when you get your Senior Parking Permit)
Click On Link: 2023 – 2024 SENIOR PARKING APPLICATION
Students will submit Senior Parking Applications and receive their Senior Parking Tags at the CHS Security Desk located at the Main Entrance.
Please note, once you receive your NYS Class D Driver's License, you can submit Senior Parking Application anytime during the school year.
Failure to secure a valid SENIOR PARKING TAG can result in loss of parking privileges.
CLICK HERE FOR CONNETQUOT HIGH SCHOOL CALENDAR PAGE
The following SCHOOL OPENING documents were emailed home to Connequot High School households for review. Please click on the underlined links below to view documents:
**Parents and Students are required to REVIEW AND COMPLETE the CHS ATTENDANCE POLICY VERIFICATION FORM.
Click here for link to MTC - Edward J. Milliken Technical Center Homepage
Click here for link to BTC - Gary D. Bixhorn Technical Center Homepage
Return to CHS Homepage
IMPORTANT INFORMATION - PLEASE REVIEW:
CHS ATTENDANCE PROCEDURES AND GRADING SYSTEM POLICY
Senior Class 2024
Freshman Class 2027
CHS Principal: Mr. Moran's Twitter Page
CHS PTSA Homepage