Adjusted ELA State Testing Schedule

We have decided to make some adjustments to our ELA testing days at the middle school to provide our students with an environment that promotes their highest quality of work. 

Students will report to school at their normal time (tardy bell 7:35).  During homeroom, testing instructions will be shared with the students each day.  

The updated scheduled is provided below.  Lunch will take place between 10:30 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. each day.

Friday, March 17th

  • 2nd period ELA students will test in the morning (8:00-10:30 a.m.)
  • 5th period ELA students will test in the afternoon (12:00-2:35 p.m.)

Monday, March 20th

  • 6th period ELA students will test in the morning (8:00-10:30 a.m.)
  • 7th period ELA students will test in the afternoon (12:00-2:35 p.m.)

Tuesday, March 21st

  • 1st period ELA students will test in the morning (8:00-10:30 a.m.)
  • 3rd period ELA students will test in the afternoon (12:00-2:35 p.m.)

Wednesday, March 22nd

  • 2nd period ELA students will test in the morning (8:00-10:30 a.m.)
  • 5th period ELA students will test in the afternoon (12:00-2:35 p.m.)

Thursday, March 23rd

  • 6th period ELA students will test in the morning (8:00-10:30 a.m.)

 

Adjustment to Ohio State Testing Schedule Due to the 3/14 Snow Day.

I hope everyone stayed safe and warm on this snow day.  Students who have ELA class 1st, 3rd, and 7th periods were to take part 1 of the Ohio State Test in ELA on Tuesday.  Due to the snow day, the students in these class periods will now take part 1 of the Ohio State Test this Thursday. The second and final part of the ELA Ohio State Test will be moved to next Tuesday (3/21)

Students who have ELA classes 2nd, 5th, and 6th periods will remain on the original Ohio State Testing schedule of Wednesday (part 1) and Friday (part 2) of this week.

Please make sure your child gets plenty or rest the night before testing days, and a healthy breakfast each morning of testing days.

Thank you for your continued support of our school!

 

CMS Decades Dance

March 20th through the 24th is Peace Week!

Peace week will kick off with a door decorating contest for all IE classrooms and will end with an all school Decades Dance on Friday! The dance runs from 3 to 5 pm on March 24th, and the ticket price of $5 includes admission, food, and beverage.  (Tickets will be sold during lunch.  The deadline to purchase tickets is Monday, March 13th.)  A portion of the proceeds from the dance will provide funds for the Special Olympics Track & Field Day held in the spring.

 Students are encouraged to dress for each day’s decades theme.  (School dress code applies.)

Monday (20th)  –  80s

  • Clothing ideas:  neon, 80’s bands, Star Wars, peg leg pants, converse, big hair, scrunchies, blue eyeshadow

 March 21st – 60s and 70s

  • Clothing ideas:  bell bottoms, flowers, peace signs, tie dye, Beatles
  • Homeroom doors will be judged during 5th period

March 22nd – 50s

  • Clothing ideas:  Grease, polka dots, ascots, slicked back hair, leather jackets, popped collar, poodle skirts, headbands

March 23rd  – 90s and 2000s

  • Clothing ideas:  dark lip stick, plaid skirts, flannels, stripes

 March 24th – Any decade you choose!

  • Dance will be immediately after school and will run until 5.  There will be prizes for the best costumes!

Cloverleaf Pride Award Nominations

Do you know a Cloverleaf community member or Cloverleaf staff member who exudes Cloverleaf Pride? Do you know someone who dedicates his or her time to serving and supporting our children and school community? Is there a person who goes above and beyond — either leading at the front or supporting behind the scenes?

If you know of someone who deserves to be recognized for their dedication to our students, then think about nominating them for the Cloverleaf Pride Award. Every year two people are recognized at our high school graduation ceremony. This prestigious award is given to one Cloverleaf community member and one Cloverleaf employee.

The nomination should include your name, the nominee’s name, and a short description of why you believe he or she should receive the award. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Middle School Principal Brian Madigan, who is chairing this year’s award committee, at Brian.Madigan@cloverleaflocal.org or 330-302-0206.

To access the nomination form and/or view the names of previous winners of the award click the following link.  http://www.cloverleaflocal.org/CloverleafPrideAward.aspx 

Thank you!