Welcome to Chico Junior High School
We would like to welcome everyone to another fantastic year at Chico Junior! This year marks many new milestones in our school history! The arrival of 6th graders, extensive campus upgrades, the new Science buildings, on-line registration and our new student store, the Cougar Den! These new additions add to the energy and anticipation we feel at the opportunity to provide all our students with a quality educational experience.
As a staff, we remain dedicated to doing everything possible to help every student achieve at their highest level. We believe every student can and should be successful in school. In this effort, we have built many learning support systems into our school day to give students additional opportunities to be successful.
Along with our parents and students, we truly are a team working together for the achievement of all students.
Welcome to our team and please let us know what we can do to support your student!!
The SBAC English testing is scheduled for the week of Monday, April 24th through Friday, April 28th. Math Testing will begin the week of May 8th. School hours and class schedule will remain the same for both testing periods.
On March 31st, three teachers and forty CJHS students had an incredible learning experience, thanks to a generous donation from Chico Noon Rotary. The students heard presentations from four professionals: a CSUC professor, a pharmacist, a contractor, and a small business owner. Students then boarded a school bus and headed to Butte College. Highlights of that experience included the opportunity to help build the mandala being created by a Tibetan monk and a visit to the police academy. Students then traveled by bus to the Northwest Lineman’s College. A highlight was to examine and test some of the tools used in that profession. A fun and educational day was experienced by all involved.
Thank you to NOON ROTARY, for your on-going support of Chico Junior High School!
We encourage parents to be educated regarding current dangerous trends with which some of our youth feel the need to experiment. There are many trends listed on-line. Here are a few trends which we have seen in Chico schools recently.
We encourage all parents to have discussions with their children about these and other activities in which students could inadvertently put themselves or others in danger.