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Lunch Choice for Today:  Red enchiladas with beans, rolls, fruit, veggies & milk.


A reminder to freshmen, sophomores and juniors - next week is finals’ week.  Monday and Tuesday of next week are regular days with 7th period extended on Tuesday for final exams.  Wednesday and Thursday are half days with school dismissing at 11:30 for lunch.  Busses will not run until their regular 3:30 times next Wednesday and Thursday so you must make your own transportation arrangements home.  There is no school for students next Friday the 26th.  Friday the 26th is a make-up day ONLY with graduation that evening at 6 pm for the Class of 2017.


A reminder to seniors – senior checkout is this coming Monday, May 22nd.  Graduation practice is Thursday the 25th at 11:00 am in the main gym.  


This is the final nine weeks of the school year.   Students with low grades need to attend after school tutoring to get their grades up.


Our new head boys’ basketball Coach, Coach Nelson Diaz, will be here on Friday during Advisory, in the upper east-side balcony of the gym, to meet with any boy interested in playing basketball next year.


Coach Medina will be here on Friday during Advisory, in the upper west balcony of the gym, to
meet with any girl interested in playing basketball next year for the Lady Indians.


The 2017 yearbooks are here!  Yearbooks can still be purchased for $55, cash only, from
Mrs. Chavez in the library. There are still copies available from 2014, 2015 and 2016 for $10.


  A cheer clinic will be held in the Little Gym, May 15th – 18th, at 6 pm.  Try-outs will be held on Friday, May 19th!


Volleyball open gym will be every Tuesday and Thursday. Please text or call Coach Wallace or
 Coach Celine with any questions.


A trip to Peru will take place the summer of 2018.  If you are interested, you’re invited to attend
a meeting with Ms. Gonzales her room.


Unexcused Late Work Acceptance Policy

 Cobre High has instituted an “Unexcused” Late Work Acceptance Policy.  This policy does not apply
to students who are absent and receive an excused absence for a health or family situation, or for
  missing school due to a school activity.  This policy applies only to students who are present in
class and are given a due date on an extended assignment and fail to turn in the assignment on
the due date. This is considered unexcused late work.  Unexcused late work will only be accepted
up to four school days from the due date. 

 A grade penalty of 10% off for each day late will be applied.  For example; if an assignment is due
on Wednesday a student may still turn it in by the end of school on Tuesday of the following week
 for partial (40% off the final grade) credit. 
This policy is effective school-wide in all core and elective classes.


School Report Card


After school tutoring begins the week of September 26, 2016.  Math is on Mondays
and Wednesdays in 
Ms. Otto's and Mrs. Grijalva's classrooms and English is right
after school
on Tuesdays and Thursdays in Mrs. Ryan's and Ms. Law's classrooms.


2016-2017 Calendar

CCSD 2016-2017 Calendar-Approved July 11, 2016 8.10.16.pdf

"Go Big Red"

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About Us

Welcome to Cobre High School

Principal - Frank Quarrell
Athletic Director - Pat Abalos
Counselor - Edward Pena
Counseling/Attendance Secretary - Carmen Silva
School Secretary - Nancy Marquez

Cobre Consolidated School District’s mission is to provide a quality education through shared responsibility in a safe supportive environment for all students to meet the challenges of a global society.

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