Morning Announcements 01/21/2022


The three hour early dismissal schedule.

Principal Doctor Brown, Reporter: Chelsea Nnebedum, Editor: Stacey

As things change, we will remain vigilant in our goal that EVERY student graduates college and career ready through a commitment to culture, collaboration and critical thinking. How we get there will be determined by the approach that we take based on the ever changing landscape. To become successful, you must be inflexible in your goals but flexible in your approach.

Welcome to another Fantastic Friday at our Mecca of Excellence! Today is a “B” day. Class starts at 7:45am. Please arrive on time, with your cameras on, ready to learn!

Three-early Dismissal: Friday, January 21st

Based on the adjusted PGCPS schedule, Friday, January 21st is a three hour early release day for staff and students. 

Covid Tests and Masks
We were not able to distribute items to all students as we are waiting for more deliveries from the district. We have identified all students who didn’t receive items and they will be called down to the office to retrieve them once they arrive.
Principal’s Action Council Application Period 
Sent on behalf of the PAC Executive Council 

Are you someone who is passionate about stimulating change in our school culture and climate? If so, I am happy to announce the Principal’s Action Council is opening applications for the 2022-23 SY!

The Principal’s Action Council (PAC) is one of the lead organizations in our school as it relates to supporting the vision of ensuring that all students graduate college and career ready through a commitment to culture, collaboration, and critical thinking. Participants will be identified through an application and interview process. Please complete the PAC Application form by close of business, January 28.

All applicants are required to have at least a 2.5 cumulative GPA, and one 1 teacher recommendation. Once you identify your teacher, send them the link to fill out this recommendation form.

I encourage you all to apply and use this as an opportunity to develop your leadership while contributing to the betterment of our school. Please see the linked flyer and share it with friends and colleagues. Once again, all students are welcome to apply. Good luck!

Carpe Diem,

Emmanuel Makinde, Vice President CHF PAC

Want to leave your feedback about PAC? Do so here!

From the Desk of Ms. Hunt- School Social Worker
Please see this information on self-care practices provided by Ms. Hunt. Thank you for sharing these resources with our school community!
Senior College Application Data
I will continue to post the percentages of Seniors at CHF who have applied for College weekly. We are up nearly 1.9% from the previous week. Great work!  Let’s break 50% by next week! Our goal is for 80% of our Seniors to apply! Let’s get these numbers up!
Support our Student Journalists via SNO Donates
We have set up a donation through SNO to help our student journalists. SNO Donate makes it easy to collect donations through our SNO website from family, alumni, and community members who want to support your journalism program.
Community donations will support the student journalists of Charles Herbert Flowers. Your contribution will allow us to purchase equipment and cover the annual website hosting costs. Please go over to the website now. Every dollar helps!
Congratulations to our Posse Scholar!
The Posse Scholarship is one of the most prestigious full tuition scholarships in our country. Please congratulate Senior Daphne Nwobike for being awarded this honor!
Time to start thinking about AP!!
AP registration has begun! The Advanced Placement program allows our students to access rigorous, college-level course work. EVERY student should be thinking about taking as many AP classes as possible prior to graduation. Please reach out Dr. Boykins at [email protected] if you have more questions.
Video from the Athletic Council- Lacrosse recap
Please see the video below from our Athletic Council. Excellent work AC and Lacrosse Team!