About Cache Creek High School Mission, Self-Directed Learners and School Goals Bell Schedule Bus Schedule Our School Colors Our School Mascot School Site Plan Student Handbook
English Science Math Social Science Fine Arts Counseling Library/Research Nurse's Office CommuniCare
Student Handbook Present - Attendance Present - Tardy Procedures Positive - Expectations Positive - Interventions Productive - Earning Credits Graduation Requirements Credit Opportunities Student Dress Code Work Permits
Student Handbook Attendance Policy Tardy Policy Progressive Discipline Plan Points and Credit System Graduation Requirements Credit Opportunities Student Dress Code Work Permits School Year Calendar
Principal Teachers Support Staff Counselor Nurse
Cache Creek High School Library LIBRARY SEARCH Library Reservations (Staff) Frequently Asked Questions Accelerated Reader Program Library Events New Books CCHS Students' Favorite Books Teen Literature Sites Libraries - Public and Virtual News Media Dictionaries and Thesaurus EDUCATION AND CAREER PLANNING STUDY AND RESEARCH RESOURCES TESTING PROGRAMS
Noticias Horario de Autobus Horario (La campana) Politicas de Retardos Visión, Misión y Objetivos de la Escuela 2013-2014 CalendarioTradicional del Ano Escolar Manual del Estudiante Requisitos de Graduacion Oportunidad Acelerada de Creditos Horario Sistema de Puntos y Creditos
Author Visit Cache Creek Learning at Work Career Fair Honor Roll Awards Out and About at CCHS Thanksgiving Luncheon

Principal

Greetings all:

Cache Creek High School is a very special place. As I tell all of our students, there is a lot of love here. Our staff are here because the want to be and it shows in the relationships we have with our kids. Whatever you may think you know about Cache Creek, we are first and foremost a safe place for kids to learn and grow. We believe our role is in guiding our students become present, positive, and productive, the three markers for students who are successful.

If you look at the data from the last 5 years, what we see is that students are successful when they:

 

  • have a 90% or higher attendance rate,
  • are positive in their interactions with staff and students,
  • and earn at least 20 credits per quarter.

 

This formula works… and our staff helps guide students to meet these expectations. Take a look at the following for a bit more. http://www.cchs.wjusd.org/visionmissiongoals

 

There is a ton of info on our website, and I won’t repeat it here. However, I would like you to know that we believe very strongly that one of the keys for our students is to increase our students’ “readiness-to-learn.” Throughout the year, we will engage our students with socio-emotional learning (SEL) lessons to help them understand themselves, and build their capacity to interact positively with the world around them.

 

So, look around the website, and please don’t hesitate to give us a call if there is something we can do to help your student be successful.

 

 

Will Jarrell

william.jarrell@wjusd.org

530.662.4331

Jarrell, William Principal