Sports Physicals

Sports Physicals will be available at the Middle School on Wednesday,  February 10th, 2016 from 3:30-5:00.  This is for students in grades 6-12th.  The cost is $10.00 and you must call the School Nurse  between 9:00-2:00pm to reserve your appointment: 330-302-0203.  We can only accommodate 50 athletes at this time so do not delay in making your appointment. **** IMPORTANT:  THE OHSAA HISTORY FORM (PAGE 1) MUST BE COMPLETED,  SIGNED BY A PARENT, AND BROUGHT TO THE PHYSICAL BEFORE  YOUR CHILD CAN BE SEEN- NO EXCEPTIONS!   Sports Physical Forms are available on the Athletic Website at Look under forms.  Pay cash/check when you check in for your physical. Check should be made payable to “Cloverleaf Athletics”.


Painting with Milo

This week students experienced a blending of two art forms . Pianist Christopher Milo volunteered his time to come into the art room and play live music for students as they painted to his music to show his pieces visually. They had a blast and learned just how linked music and art really are. -Mrs. Fruits

Class T-Shirts

Sixth, Seventh and Eighth Graders – Want to show your class spirit?  Order your class t-shirt now!  Each class has a different color and theme and your class roster will be placed on the back of your shirt.

If you already have a class t-shirt – show your school spirit by getting a unique Cloverleaf Middle School t-shirt.

T-shirts are only $12.00 and orders must be turned in by Friday, January 29th.  Stop in at the office to pick up an order form, or print one from the Principal’s Blog.  See link below.

T-Shirt Form (Class shirts)

CMS Wrestling News

The CMS Wrestlers went 2-0 in Thursday against Ravenna and Woodridge.  We also went 4-1 taking 1st place at our dual match tournament that we hosted on Saturday.  Tonight (Tuesday) we host Streetsboro and Springfield for a double dual!  It starts at 5:30 at Cloverleaf Middle School!  Staff and students are welcome to cheer us on!

Ohio’s State Testing Information

In an effort to keep our families informed about Ohio’s State Testing, a tab has been added to the blog with the most up to date information.  I encourage parents to visit this page to stay informed. As the year progresses information will be added as needed.

Please contact the middle school office with any questions.

Field Trip Medication Forms


The FIELDTRIP ONLY-MEDICATION FORM is now available on the district website.  Go to the “Nurse” page.  It is located under the “Forms” link.  Below is a direct link to assist you.  

On the nurse page, there is also  “Winter News” and  information/guide (which can be printed) about “when your child can return to school”.

Congratulations Art Students

Congratulations!  Under the leadership of Mrs. Courtney Fruits (CMS Middle School Art Teacher), several CMS students will have their artwork on display on the first floor of the South Medical Office Building until Friday, February 26th.  This is the 15th year that the South Medical Office Building  has hosted the show.

The success of this public show of student artwork is the result of a strong partnership between Medina Hospital, CB Richard Ellis, the ESC of Medina County, and the Medina County visual arts teachers who are committed to keeping “the arts” visible to our communities.

Below are the names of the CMS students who have work in the show.  We are very proud of them!


Nicholas Beiser, Emilee Berchtold, Bryce Betts, Carson Billy, Madeline Bohan, Lilly Boyer, Angel Cassady, Taylor Devereaux, Alasondra Drogell, Elisabeth Ford, Parker Gallogly, Harmony Holderman, Brycen Holliday, Ava Jackman, Monica Kilgore, Angelina Lescsak, Alexis Letner, Joshua Musolf, Ben Nagy, AnnaBelle Raber, Calvin Reverente, Jaret Rice, Tracy Sprowl, Caleigh Stefanko, Emily Tomasch, Kalina Trevino, Cameron Tripp, Trystan Turpin, Emily Underwood, Shelby Warren, Aimee Weyand, Crystal Wheland, Emily Whitehair

6th Grade Students Had Some Very Special Visitors

CMS Sixth-Graders Enjoy a Presentation from the Medina County Board of Developmental Disabilities

The 6th grade language arts classes at CMS completed a realistic fiction unit reading various books about people with disabilities.  After reading the fictional novels, students completed a research paper about the disability that was portrayed in the book that they read.

As a culmination to the unit, the sixth-grade students were able to enjoy an hour long presentation in the middle school gymnasium of guest speakers from the Medina County Board of Developmental Disabilities.  The program coordinator, Michelle Fortney, brought citizens of the center to share their stories and life experiences of being a person with a disability.  The three individuals had various disabilities (Cerebral Palsy, Autism, and Down Syndrome).

The guests told what their likes and dislikes are, what makes them happy and sad, and what some of their favorite things are in life.  Students were encouraged to ask the presenters any questions that they would like to ask during a question- and-answer session.  The sixth-graders were a very attentive and courteous audience, asking many good, thoughtful questions.   It was a great experience for the students to be able to have the opportunity to meet and talk with people with different types of disabilities.  The sixth-grade of CMS would like to send a huge thank you to the Medina County Board of Developmental Disabilities for their willingness to visit Cloverleaf Middle School.


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