In the Chinquapin spirit of “Quid Pro Quo”, the Alumni Association exists to give back to the school by becoming involved with the current student body, keeping up with alumni news, obtaining donations for the annual Alumni Association Scholarship, and aiding the school in its fund-raising efforts.
2020-21 CAA Officers
Eduardo Belalcazar, President
Griselda Gallardo, Vice President
Marixa Rodriguez, Assistant Vice President
Daniela Barajas, Treasurer
Nayeli Moyeda, Assistant Treasurer
Rebecca Loredo, Fundraising and Development Chair
Hernan Perez, Assistant F&D Chair
Tianna Bruno, Secretary
Claudia Tax, Assistant Secretary
Board of Trustees, Alumni Representatives
Mily Pérez, 2012-present
Alex Bolaños, 2010-2012
CAA meetings are now on the 4th Monday of the month at 7 pm. Check out the calendar of events for date and location information.
Help fund the alumni scholarship! You can donate online. Please be sure to designate your gift for the alumni scholarship in the memo field.
First, we want to say that we love to see alumni on campus. You are good role models for our current student body and we love to see you interact with them. However, there are a few guidelines that we would like you to follow in order to prevent embarrassment for our newer teachers and to maintain a safe environment here.
- Please sign in at the front desk in the Administration Office.
- If you see a new teacher or adult that you don’t recognize on campus, please introduce yourself and mention that you are an alumnus or alumna and the year you graduated.
- If you come in the evening to play basketball, please leave the campus at 10:00 p.m. when the gym closes.
- Please do not take any student off campus without permission from the Director or Director of Residence Life (Dave Bartholome).
- Please do not go to the dorms and hang out with students because usually they are supposed to be doing something else.
We think following these few procedures will help avoid some uncomfortable situations of the past, as well as help to protect our students from unknown intruders. Thanks for helping us with this issue, and we hope to see many of you soon.
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