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  • Doorway To College - ACT Test Prep 2-Day Seminar CSHS Spring

    Attention Juniors and Seniors: With a top score of 36 and the national average now at 21, a score increase of even one or two points on the ACT gives you a real advantage. ZAPS test preparation seminars are designed to help each student do his or her personal best on the ACT. In the five-hour seminar, students will learn: Strategies for using partial knowledge to eliminate wrong choices Tips for improving in all four sub tests (English, Math, Reading and Science) Tactics for using limited testing time Take shortened practice tests that mirror the actual testing experience Reduce test anxiety and gain confidence Receive a comprehensive Study Guide and 24 practice test workouts with detailed answer explanations Get suggestions for individualized study in the days leading up to the test Motivational instruction and hands-on practice will help you understand your strengths and weaknesses. For more information about Doorway to College, please visit www.doorwaytocollege.com or call 877-927-8378.
  • Doorway To College - PSAT-SAT Test Prep 2-Day Seminar CSHS Spring

    A score increase of even ten points on the SAT test can make the difference in getting accepted or getting scholarships. ZAPS test-preparation seminars are carefully designed to help each student do his or her personal best on the SAT. Students who take the ZAPS seminar—and practice the strategies at home—typically experience score increases of 50 to 150 points on the SAT or 5 to 15 points on the PSAT. In this five-hour ZAPS seminar, students will learn: Strategies for using partial knowledge to eliminate wrong choices Tips for improving in all three subtests (Critical Reading, Math, Writing) Strategic ways to use limited testing time Take shortened practice tests that mirror the actual testing experience Reduce their test anxiety and gain confidence Receive a comprehensive Study Guide and 18 practice test workouts with detailed answer explanations For more information about Doorway to College, please visit www.doorwaytocollege.com or call 877-927-8378. All registrations go through the ECS Office (see registration form for details). The link to online registration can be found at www.ecsforall.org.
  • Driving MBA - Permit Prep Class (April)

    Driver’s Permit Test-Prep Seminar prepares teens for today’s busy roadways by teaching safe-driving habits, basic fundamentals, decision-making, defensive driving skills, the rules of the road and facilitates a comprehensive practice permit test. Currently, the statistics are that 50% of students fail the Driver’s Permit test the first time they take it due to lack of preparation. The goal of this class is to prepare them fully for the test. Contact Maria Wojtczak at 480-948-1648 or mariaw@drivingmba.com with any question about the course. For more information about Driving MBA, please visit www.drivingmba.com. All registrations go through ECS. The link to online registration can be found at www.ecsforall.org.
  • Driving MBA - Permit Prep Class (February)

    Driver’s Permit Test-Prep Seminar prepares teens for today’s busy roadways by teaching safe-driving habits, basic fundamentals, decision-making, defensive driving skills, the rules of the road and facilitates a comprehensive practice permit test. Currently, the statistics are that 50% of students fail the Driver’s Permit test the first time they take it due to lack of preparation. The goal of this class is to prepare them fully for the test. Contact Maria Wojtczak at 480-948-1648 or mariaw@drivingmba.com with any question about the course. For more information about Driving MBA, please visit www.drivingmba.com. All registrations go through ECS. The link to online registration can be found at www.ecsforall.org.
  • ECS Community Prevention Forum: Internet Safety for Parents CSHS

    This presentation will cover a wide range of topics such as cyber bullying, sexting and online predators. It will inform parents about popular social media platforms. The presentation will also cover the topic of sexting and the laws pertaining to the internet in Arizona. It will also encourage parents to communicate the dangers of talking with people online to their children. Presented by: Lyamide May By registering for this forum, your R.S.V.P. will be submitted. Thank you for your interested.
  • Edgenuity - High School Online Academic Courses

    High School Online Academic Courses are available for grade improvement or credit retrieval. To register, please follow these five steps. 1) Download an ECS Edgenuity Course Approval/Agreement Form from www.ecsforall.org/enrichment-programs. 2) Bring these forms to a high school counselor to receive course approval. Please talk with your counselor about how these credits may or may not be accepted by Universities of interest. ECS does not make decisions regarding courses and student eligibility. 3) Complete the ECS Edgenuity Course Approval/Agreement Forms and bring to the ECS Office, (District Office Campus, Room A12). 4) Make the $195 payment online at www.cavecreek.ce.eleyo.com, search “Edgenuity” to find the 2018/2019 Edgenuity course. If you have not yet created an online profile with Eleyo, please do so before making payment. Instructions can be found at www.ecsforall.org. Once steps 1-4 are complete, Mr. O’Bryan will be notified. 5) Students are responsible for contacting Mr. O’Bryan by email: mobryan@ccusd93.orgto schedule their pretest and/or to receive their username/password to begin their course.ALL pretests and/or unit tests must be taken under the supervision of Mr. O’Bryan at CSHS. All course work and quizzes may be done at home. The deadline for the 2019/2020 year is May 4, 2020. Courses not completed by this deadline result in a F letter grade. Visit http://www.ecsforall.org/enrichment-programs.html. to find the link to the Edgenuity Registration Packet for the Course Approval forms and the Parent/Student agreement.
  • FocusedKids Parent Presentation

    Dear CCUSD parents, Please join us for a short presentation on the FocusedKids program. All preschool classrooms and various Kindergarten through first grade classrooms in the CCSUD are learning about their brains and how to be in charge of them! See what they are learning and how they are using it to develop the self-regulation skills that are foundational to other learning. Meet the brain parts: Prefrontal Cortex (Wise Owl) Hippocampus (Ms. Elephante) Amygdala (Guard Dog) Guess which one is in charge most of the time in the 3-4 year-old brain? Now, guess which one can help with meltdowns, resilience, and learning? Join us for this fun lesson in neurodevelopment and how to support healthy brain growth in children from grades PreK-3. Your kids love this stuff, and so will you! Childcare provided. In the registration notes, please note the family member names that will be attending and the ages of the children who need childcare. 11/19/19 - 6:30-7:30 p.m. - District Office, Governing Board Room - Fee: $36 per family.
  • Self-Defense for Teens & Adults CSHS Spring

    “Self-Defense” is the learning of self-awareness, intelligent decision making combined with interpersonal combative skills for individuals. Learn practical and intelligent skills that promote integrity, respect, focus, discipline, self-control and improve your self-confidence. These skills can also help to improve physical fitness, mental health and well being and possibly save a life. Over a six week period, this course will cover practical concepts and principles of how to apply science and psychology to real world, interpersonal, combative scenarios. These skills can be adapted to both men and women of all ages regardless of experience or physiology. Individuals will learn how to recognize pre-contact threat cues, fear management skills, confrontation management control tactics, defensive strategies and force delivery techniques. Give yourself the opportunity to become more aware and more confident!