This post is to share that the district is having significant network issues resulting in staff and students not having access to the internet and email. If you have attempted to contact a staff member through email we currently are not able to access it. From my understanding, this is not a district issue. The problem is from a fiber issue elsewhere in the county.
Our phones seem to be working appropriately, so if you have an need to contact the middle school please call one of the following two numbers (330) 302-0206 or (330) 302.0207.
Cloverleaf students who need a Tdap or meningitis vaccine for the 2018-19 school year can receive them from the Medina County Health Department from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. on March 22 at Cloverleaf Middle School. Reservations are required. All students entering seventh grade must have their Tdap and meningitis vaccines. All students entering twelfth grade must have two doses of meningitis vaccine. Please contact the school nurse at 330-302-0203 to reserve your spot.
Congratulations to the following students for their hard work and dedication to education. Makayla Flanigan, Seth Handlin, Claire Vaughn, Carson Motz, Emily Donofrio, Collin McNeal, Ashley Slife, Jordan Workman, Alec Fijalkovich, Allie Whitacre, Connor Jenkins, Tatianna Ruiz, Joel Dixon, Katie Duke, Andrew Hibler, Ciara Sparks, Laurell Brown, Matt Goldsberry
The past couple weeks Cloverleaf Middle School 8th Grade Choir sponsored a canned food drive of Olympic proportion. Each homeroom teacher selected a country to represent them in Cloverleaf’s own can food Olympic Games. The student body donated cans which went towards gold, silver and bronze medals.
We are proud to announce that the staff and students of CMS donated more than 1,400 items to Feeding Medina County. We appreciate your generous donations.