The conditions surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic are continually evolving and the unpredictability of this virus requires CHS to remain flexible and ready to make changes in our plan. CHS’s Safe & Thoughtful Return to School plan and Safety Protocol are consistently evaluated to adapt to the continuing trends of the COVID-19 virus, guided by local, state, and national authorities. CHS thanks you for your continued patience, support, and understanding through this process.
The new school year is here so we made some informative videos to help you review some things you’ll need to know. How To Use Chromebooks & G Suite Before the school year starts, get familiar with your Chromebook and learn how to find your Gmail, Google Docs, and Google Drive. How To Navigate Your […]
We intend to operate distance learning until October 19th, 2020 for all students. After October 19th, 2020: We intend to operate distance learning and use a hybrid approach once the Governor allows schools to fully reopen. Compass is planning to utilize four high-quality learning models in the 2020-2021 school year to provide options for students […]
Chromebooks Compass High School encourages all parents/guardians to pick up a school-owned Chromebook for each enrolled student. It is beneficial for every student to have their own device rather than sharing with family members. School-owned devices also come with security features. Families will also receive a charging cord and personalized information to assist with computer […]
Compass High School is committed to the health and safety of each student and staff member. As a community, if we participate in best health practices in school, at home and in our daily lives, we can reduce the spread of the disease. Due to the fluid nature of the pandemic, the requirements in this […]
In accordance with the McKinney-Vento Act Homelessness exists in our community. A combination of high housing costs and poverty causes many families to lose their housing. Many young people leave their homes due to abuse, neglect, and family conflict. Children and youth who have lost their housing live in a variety of places, including motels, […]
To respond to this challenge, Compass staff came up with the simple idea of curating and delivering educational care packages, which they call Gator Boxes, to each of their students. Each Gator Box includes snacks, personal care items as well as a variety of items for educational activities ranging from duct tape and loose-leaf paper to air clay and seed starter kits. Some of these items are accompanied by written activity instructions while others require videos and additional instruction by Compass teachers.
Compass High School is enrolling now for the Fall 20-21 Semester. We will remain a resource to our students and community. The Coronavirus (COVID-19) is affecting everyone in unfortunate and unpredictable ways. We will be keeping a running list here of essential resources that students and their families might need. FOOD CHS Families Pantry Pickup […]
Letter From The Director UPDATED: March 30, 2020 Dear Compass High School Families, Today, Governor Doug Ducey and Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman announced the extension of Arizona school closures through the end of the school year. The extension follows updated guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and an announcement from […]
Letter From The Director March 10, 2020 Dear Compass High School Families: This letter is to update you regarding our work with the Arizona Department of Health Services and the Arizona Department of Education regarding COVID-19, previously referred to as “coronavirus.” CHS is working with these officials to prepare in the event our city is impacted. To […]