Social Media Awareness Night for Parents Oct. 18th

Most of us have heard of Facebook and Instagram, but it’s the social media apps parents and educators HAVEN’T heard about that should concern us the most. The truth is, some of these new phone and mobile device apps can present real dangers to children and teens – from making them vulnerable to online predators, to kids unknowingly engaging in risky or illegal behavior themselves.
On October 18 at 6 p.m., an investigator from the Ohio Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force will give a parents-only presentation at Cloverleaf Elementary School, providing you with the information and strategies you need to monitor your child’s online activities and keep him or her safe. You’ll also have the opportunity to ask questions.  In an effort to make this event more convenient for families, child care will be made available in classrooms during the presentation.
Once again, the date for this parents-only Social Media Awareness Night is October 18, at 6 p.m., at Cloverleaf Elementary School. Watch for more information as the event draws closer. I wanted to let you know about it as early as possible so you can plan to attend.



Girls Basketball News

OPEN GYM – 3:00 – 4:30pm

Tuesday, Sept. 27th

Thursday, Sept. 29th

Tuesday, Oct. 4th

Thursday, Oct. 6th

Tuesday, Oct. 11th

Thursday, Oct. 13th

Team Try-Outs will be on November 1st, 2nd, and 3rd.  You must attend all three days.


7thGrade Rebecca Krejci  E-mail address

8thGrade Sharlee Bailey  E-mail address –


Picture Day is Approaching


School Picture Day will be Tuesday, September 27 during the am.  The above link has the information that you will need if you choose to order your pictures online.  Yearbooks are not included in the picture packages.  There will be a separate order form for yearbooks.  There are no props allowed for fall pictures.  We will have a spring picture session that will allow props on Wednesday, March 15, 2017.

CMS Tailgate Party


Spirit Week starts Thursday, September 8 at CMS with a school pep rally to kick it off and ends on Thursday, September 15 with the annual CMS tailgate party and football game, along with the Homecoming bonfire ceremony that evening!

Spirit week is a positive and fun way to show appreciation and pride in your school.  It is a way to show support for the school and the sports teams that represent it.  It gives all students something fun to do, and it is a way to be more involved with school activities, even when not being in a sport or group at this time.  We hope everyone will have fun and dress up for our spirit days!  *Plan the outfits now, but remember dress code rules apply.

Thursday, September 8:  Rock-n-Roll Day (concert/band t-shirts, jean jackets, big hair, etc…)

Friday, September 9:  Colt Pride Friday (Cloverleaf shirts)

Monday, September 12:  College Day (favorite college shirts, hats, and attire!)

Tuesday, September 13:  Tourist Day (fanny packs, Hawaiian shirt, sunglasses with a chain, etc.)

Wednesday, September 14:  Dress to Impress Formal Day (suits, ties, dress pants, nice dresses, etc…)

Thursday, September 15: Throwback Cloverleaf Day (CMS Tailgate Party/Game; Homecoming Bonfire) (old Cloverleaf stuff – old elementary attire; Camp NuHop clothes or older siblings/parents Cloverleaf attire from the past)

Friday, September 16: Colt Pride Friday (Cloverleaf shirts)

 (Homecoming Football Game)

What is the Tailgate Party??

*It is fun, food, and dancing before the middle school football game that will be played at the high school field against the Coventry Comets.

*It is right after school and continues until kick-off up at the high school field!

Tickets cost $5.00 and will be sold to students during lunch from Monday, September 12-Wednesday, September 14.  Students will receive a hot dog, chips, candy, and a drink.  Students must have a ticket to be able to stay after school for the tailgate party and game. 

*There will be spirit items available to purchase and the concession stand will be open during the football game.