Congratulations to the two artists of the month for November: Katelynne May in 6th grade and Harmony Holderman in 8th grade. Their positive attitude and strong effort shines through in their work.
Parents/Guardians we are looking forward to seeing you tomorrow October 27th from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm to discuss your student’s progress. Please fill free to stop by the office with any questions or concerns.
This is an important reminder that the CMS building fundraiser order forms and money are due October 22 in homeroom. Please remind your child to pack these items in their book bags for tomorrow. Thank you all for your help and support during this fundraiser.
The festivities are being organized by Cloverleaf High School Student Council. Adviser Mollie Jarvis said the idea is to get back to what the word “homecoming” is all about. It’s a time when graduates and all those with ties to the school district are invited to come back to renew old friendships and celebrate being part of the Cloverleaf tradition.“Homecoming is more than a dance. It’s about alumni and about building a sense of community,” said Jarvis, a Cloverleaf High School art teacher.
The bonfire re-kindles a longstanding Cloverleaf tradition. The event will be held at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 22 in the grassy area near the entrance to Gene Clark Stadium. As in the past, runners from the high school cross country team will deliver a ceremonial “torch” prior to the lighting of the bonfire.
The night will include a pep rally led by Cloverleaf High School cheerleaders and music performed by members of the high school marching band. There will be a “treat truck” offering free hot chocolate and donuts, sponsored by First Merit and Miller Brothers.
All Cloverleaf alumni, community members, current students of all ages and their families are invited to the bonfire. However, all elementary and middle school students must be escorted by parents.
Cloverleaf also invites former homecoming queens, football players, cheerleaders and marching band members to be honored at the homecoming football game when the Colts take on visiting Field High School on Oct. 23.
Alumni who were members of the Cloverleaf High School marching band are asked to gather at the band room entrance at 6:15 p.m. to march to the stadium with the band. There they will be joined by former homecoming queens and the 2015 court for a pregame parade around the track beginning at 6:30 p.m.
After the parade, Colts alumni football players will be invited via the public address system to stand in the Cloverleaf end zone during the first quarter of the game. At the start of the second quarter, alumni cheerleaders will be welcomed to the track in front of the home stands to join current cheerleaders in leading the crowd in the Cloverleaf fight song cheer.
Cloverleaf Middle School
Tuesday, November 3, 2015
3:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Cleveland Clinic Physician & Nurse Practitioner will be offering physicals for athletes in grades 6th-11th
Please call the middle school clinic to make your reservations between 9AM – 2 PM daily 330-302-0203.
We can only accommodate 75 athletes at this time so do not delay in making your appointment.
** OHSAA HISTORY FORM (PAGE 1) MUST BE COMPLETED AND SIGNED BY A PARENT BEFORE BEING SEEN ON THIS DAY. SPORTS PHYSICAL FORMS ARE AVAILABLE ON THE ATHLETIC WEBSITE AT www.coltsathletics.org. Look under forms. Pay when you check in for your physical. Check should be made payable to “Cloverleaf Athletics”. All proceeds will be donated to the Cloverleaf Athletic Department! Details are provided in link below.
Congratulations to the following students for being selected by our staff as our CMS Students of the Month
6th Grade: Julian Donnely & Nolan Freeland
7th Grade: Maria Porras & Nick Leonard
8th Grade: Crystal Wheland & Ben Nagy
Mrs. Fruits wants to recognize the CMS Artists of the Month. Congratulations to Crystal Wheland and Paige McMaster. Well done and keep up the good work.
To begin the planning for our 8th grade trip to Washington D.C. in May, there will be a parent informational meeting held on October 14th from 6-7 PM at the middle school.
This meeting will provide parents with information about various payment deadlines, medication policies, overnight accommodations, the trip Itinerary, bus expectations, and how rooms are assigned to students. In addition, a representative from Nowak Tours will be present to share additional trip information and to answer questions.
Additional information will be coming home to 8th grade families in the mail in the near future.
October 8-22 the middle school will be holding a building wide fundraiser. The goal of this fundraiser is to revitalize the culture of our building. The funds will go directly to new building programs and sustaining current programs that are making a positive impact on our students. Implementing these programs allows us to continue to create and sustain an environment in which all students feel welcomed and accepted. Such an environment will encourage student success in all areas.
Students will be provided their fundraising packets in homeroom on October 8th. There will be additional information coming home in the mail in the near future. Thank you in advance for your support of our students!