Dear CBGS Students and Parents,
This letter is to share information with you regarding summer assignments, field studies, and other topics of importance.
Please visit our website (cbgs.k12.va.us) to access the information listed below. The website will be updated periodically throughout the summer.
Click on Student tab to find:
- School Calendar – Please note that Saturday, March 11, 2017, the CBGS Annual Science Symposium, is a required school day. Students are asked to not schedule SAT’s or ACT’s on this date.
- Course Catalog with course descriptions
- Community Service information
- Reading Lists: Required summer reading lists and questions. (Assignments will be graded.)
Student Schedules will be posted at a later date.
SCHOOL SUPPLIES NEEDED
- Composition book for journal
- TI 83 Plus or Higher Graphing Calculator (CBGS has a few available that students may use.)
- Flash Drive
- Waterproof Field Notebook ($7.50 and available first day of school)
REQUEST FOR INFORMATION FROM SOPHOMORES
Email Address: The administrative assistant at each campus compiles the parents’ email address as another means of communication. Parents or guardians, please email the administrative assistant at your child’s campus as indicated below. Be sure to include your child’s name and high school in the email message.
Bowling Green – Kathy Britt, email@example.com
Glenns – Teresa Drumheller, firstname.lastname@example.org
Warsaw – Rose Jones, email@example.com
The CBGS program consists of two-thirds classroom time and one-third in field studies. Students are required to participate in the field studies component of the curriculum. Two dual enrollment credit hours of Physical Education will be awarded in the senior year for participation in all field studies trips.
Each campus has been assigned a date for the field studies trips. For your planning purposes, a schedule of the overnight field studies trips follows. If there is a conflict with the dates assigned to your campus, an alternate date may be provided. You may wish to save old tennis shoes (closed toe and lace ups); they will be needed during mud work on some of the trips.
There is a small fee for field studies, but any student in need of financial assistance should contact the director at (804) 443-0267 or email after June 30, 2016 to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please do not hesitate to let us know if we can assist.
2016-17 CBGS Field Experience Trips
|September 10-11||Juniors (Kiptopeke)||Bowling Green|
|September 11-12||Juniors (Kiptopeke)||Glenns|
|September 17-18||Juniors (Kiptopeke)||Warsaw*|
|September 18-19||Juniors (Kiptopeke)||Warsaw*|
|September 24-26||Seniors (OBX)||Glenns|
|October 1-3||Seniors (OBX)||Warsaw|
|October 8-10||Seniors (OBX)||Bowling Green|
|April 22-24||Sophomores (Shenandoah)||Glenns|
|April 29-May 1||Sophomores (Shenandoah)||Bowling Green|
|May 6-8||Sophomores (Shenandoah)||Warsaw|
*Warsaw students will be split by M&E Teachers.
- CBGS T-shirt orders will be taken when students return to school in August.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact my office. Another letter will be sent to students and parents later this summer with more details regarding New Student Orientation, Schoology (our learning management system), the first week of school for all students, and other matters.
Have a safe and enjoyable summer!
Terri L. Perkins