Real Money, Real World Event

the past two days our 8th grade social studies classes have been engaged in a program called Real Money, Real World. This program is designed to provide students with an understanding of personal finance. 

Each student is given a career/job with a salary and a family. Each student is give different profiles to work from. The students then Visit various table that are dedicated to various real life needs (housing. Transportation, utilities, child care, credit, student loans, clothes, cable, Internet, taxes etc….)

It is a great learning experience that it made available through the Ohio State Extennsion, CMS Social Studies Staff, Westfield Companies, JOGGS class, CMS PTO, Cloverleaf Food Service, Brandy Miracle, and CMS Custodial staff. 

Enjoy the pictures below. 

   

         

Cloverleaf Local Schools Annual Arts Expo 2015

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Please come join us and enjoy the creative arts of the Cloverleaf community’s youth!  Art from grades 1-12 will be featured.  There will be live music entertainment performed by Cloverleaf students during the show.

The show is on Friday, April 17th (6-8:30pm) & Saturday, April 18th (9am-1pm) in the Cloverleaf High School gymnasium.

Admission is free!

We look forward to seeing you there!

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SPRING PICTURES- Friday, April 10th

Inter-State Studio will be visiting CMS on Friday, April 10th for pictures.

Students will be given order forms in homeroom on the Monday, April 6th.  Parents/students may also order online.  Below I have provided the necessary information to submit your online order.

  • visit INTER-STATE.COM/ORDER
  • Use order code: 00254z for out building
  • Online orders must be placed by Midnight CST prior to Picture Day.

Christopher Milo Visit

Monday, March 16th CMS was visited by Christopher Milo to share not only his personal stories of overcoming adversity, but also to begin a movement in our building to promote and sustain a positive culture.  Christopher shared with the students the 13 Messages of Milo that focus on caring and succeeding together as a community.  Portions of Christopher’s performance included his gift of music.  When Christopher is not working with students, he is a concert Pianist, who works with some of today’s biggest names in music and movies (Jennifer Lopez and Steven Spielberg).

Immediately following the assembly, students began bringing Christopher’s message to life in our building by building positive banners and sharing positive messages with others using Post-It notes.

Christopher will return next Fall to check back on our building and continue to spread his message with our students and staff.  I have posted some pictures below of the assembly.  Enjoy!

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8th Grade Washington D.C. Update

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Thursday, February 26th a meeting was held with 8th grade students who will be involved with the Washington D.C. trip.

During the meeting the students were informed of behavior expectations for the trip.  All school rules apply to students while on the trip.

Students were provided their Roommate Preference form and their Bus/Trip Code of Conduct form.  Both documents were reviewed with the students during the meeting.   Parent signatures are REQUIRED on both forms in order for students to submit them Roommate Preference form.

The Roommate Preference form and the Bus/Trip Code of Conduct form will be collected during lunch periods on March 18th and 19th.

There have been changes made to the Roommate Preference form from years past.  Please review the information carefully.  If your child has lost the Roommate Preference form, it is also available on my blog by clicking on the “Washington D.C. Information” tab.

Please contact the middle school at (330) 302-0207 with any questions.