Parent Resource Night- October 8th.

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The Medina County Main Library is holding a Parent Resource Night on Oct. 8th from 6:00-8:00.   The objective of Parent Resource Night is to make parents aware of all the great organizations they can turn to in Medina County if their teen or a teen they know is struggling and/or going through a tough time. Organizations such as Cornerstone Wellness, Solutions Behavioral Healthcare, Big Brother’s Big Sisters, Gay Straight Alliance, United Way and many more will be present and have tables set up with information to hand out.

Below is an informational link to the Parent Resource Night.   Please visit for more details.

New Family Dinner- Thursday, September 25th


The New Family Dinner is an annual event that is held to welcome new families to the district (K-12).  The dinner will take place on Thursday, September 25th at 6:00 PM at Cloverleaf Elementary School.  Traditionally, CHS Student Council members have served the dinner, along with entertainment provided by Cloverleaf students.  The food will be prepared by our own award winning food service department.

If you are interested in attending, please contact Karen Anderson at or
Office Phone: (330) 302-0305 for ticket information.

This is a wonderful event, I hope to see you there!

Interim Reports Available Thursday, September 18th


It is hard to believe we have already reached the interim point for the first quarter.  This post is just a reminder to parents to login to your child’s Progress Book on Thursday, September 18th for an update on your child’s academic standing for the first quarter.   If you have questions regarding your child’s progress please contact the teacher for details.  I have provided the Progress Book link below for your convenience.  Please note that Thursday, October 16th is the end of the first quarter.



CMS Cross Country Strong Start to the Season!

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(The trophy case is getting a bit crowded.  Go Colts!!!)

Congratulations once again to our Cross Country teams as they ran Saturday at the Wooster Invitational.

Our very own Jenna Oliver won the girls race in a time of 12:45, pacing our girls to a 3rd place finish in another close team race.  Bailey Freeland, Maddy Grey  , and Caleigh Stefanko  finished 16th, 18th, and 22nd respectively.

The boys team finished 5th overall with Kenny Jenkins leading the way finishing 12th with a time of 12:56.  Nick Bailey was close behind finishing 14th in 13:03.

Come and cheer on the teams as they have their first home meet of the year on Tuesday against Tallmadge and Nordonia.  The race begins around 4pm.

Good luck Colts.

Spirit Parade- Friday, September 5th


The high school football team with host Keystone this Friday (Sept. 5) – it is the home opener!  To celebrate the first home game of the season, the traditional Spirit Parade will take place just prior to kick off.  All students and staff are invited and encouraged to participate in the Spirit Parade.  We will gather at the north end goal post at 6:20 p.m.  Be sure to wear your Colt spirit wear and carry supportive signs of our players and our school.  It would be wonderful to see a green tide of Colt Spirit welcome the visiting Wildcats from Keystone.  This is Colt Country, let’s display our pride!!!!

The price of admission is necessary to enter the gate to participate in the parade.  Middle School students can purchase presale tickets during lunch this Friday for $4.00 ($6.00 at the gate).

See you at the game.  Go Colts!!