PTO Annual Dodgeball Tournament

Our Winter Dodgeball Tournament will be held on Friday, March 9th in the high school gym after school.  The teams will be made up of six students (3 boys and 3 girls),  we will have sign-ups during lunch for those students looking for a team or that may need assistance filling all the positions.  The tickets include a hot dog, bag of chips and water.  Additional snacks/beverages will be available to purchase during the event.  Please turn the following sign-up sheet into the office or during lunch.

dodgeball sign-up sheet

If you are interested in helping with the tournament please let us know, you are needed!

In addition we are in need of some supplies;  we have the dodge ball tournament, staff appreciation and field day all coming up.  Rather than send several requests for paper products I am listing all of the needs here.  Please respond with any items you wish to donate.

Paper plates, dinner and dessert sizes

Paper bowls

16 oz cups


Plastic ware (forks, spoons, knives)

Soda (all varieties)

Cases of Water

Individual size bags of chips (all varieties)

Please have all donations delivered to the school on Wednesday, March 7th.

Our next meeting will be held in the Media Center on Thursday, March 22nd at 3:30,  hope to see you there!


CMS January Students of the Month

Congratulations to the following students for their hard work and dedication to education.  Isaac Baltic, Sydney Jones, Raven Piatt, Makaela Salyer, Ethan Wangler, Skyler Hustick, Landon Campbell, Dhevan Sivapatham, Kaylee Hendrock, Cooper Straub, Joey Weils, Megan Cavey, Christian Oravec, Kaden Riggs, Sarah Naftzger, Lexi Crow, William Jerome

Social Media Concern for Students.

Cloverleaf Middle School Families,
Recently, there has been a resurgence of a game known as the Blue Whale Challenge. Students are tagged on a variety of social media sites and are sent invitations to play the game.  The game promotes self-harm through daily tasks that the students are directed to complete.  

In the interest of safety and concern for our students and community, I want to make you aware of this potentially dangerous trend.  For additional information please view the following link from the Ohio Department of Education that highlights the Blue Whale Challenge.  At this time, I have not been made aware of any specific cases in Cloverleaf.!-The-Trending-Online-Suicide-Game-Blue-Whal 

If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to call me at (330.302.0202) or our Guidance Counselor at (330.302.0209).

CMS Canned Food Drive

CMS Canned Food Drive of Olympic Proportion (2)

CMS 8th Grade Choir is hosting an Olympic-sized canned food drive to benefit Feeding Medina County.  The dates of the drive will be:
Wednesday, February 14 – Wednesday, February 28.

Each CMS home room has selected a country to represent.  Canned food/non-perishable items will be collected daily by the choir Olympic Committee.  Home rooms will be awarded medals based on the quantity of items collected daily.   Medals will then be assigned points – the country (home room) with the most points at the end of the games will win a donut breakfast – courtesy of 8th Grade Choir.  Parents can also bring items with them to conferences!

Items requested by Feeding Medina County:
Nutritious, non-perishable foods! Please DO NOT donate items that are past best by date. Donating items that are one year or more from today’s date is ideal. Large sized items are not good for FMC, so please donate the sizes noted.

Peanut butter (1 lb plastic jars or smaller; NO LARGE jars)
Squeezable jars of jelly (20 oz or smaller; NO GLASS)
Macaroni & cheese
Fruit cups/cans of fruit (preferably unsweetened/in natural juices)
15 oz cans of vegetables (corn, peas, green beans)
5oz – 7oz cans of tuna fish
High calcium, fat-free/sugar-free pudding cups

High School Scheduling and Registration Meeting for Current 8th Grade Students (Upcoming Freshmen)

This Thursday at 6:00 PM in the middle school gym, there is a scheduling and registration meeting for our current 8th grade students/families to prepare for their 9th grade year. 

High school administration and Counselors will be sharing course options and graduation requirements for high school.  They want to ensure that our students have a clear understanding of the expectations as they enter their high school career.  

We look forward to your attendance at this very important presentation.  Once again, it is this Thursday at 6:00 PM in the middle school gym.