Cloverleaf Youth Track & Field Meet Thursday, May 3rd, 2018 

Cloverleaf Youth Track & Field Meet

Thursday, May 3rd, 2018 

CHS Track  5:30 p.m.

 The Cloverleaf High School track and field team invites students in grades 3 through 6 to the 3rd Annual Cloverleaf Youth Track & Field meet!  This will be a fun track meet designed to give Cloverleaf youth exposure to the sport, including 1 practice session prior to the meet. The practice session will provide an overview of track and field (lanes, running, stretching, jumping etc.)  The instructional sessions and the track meet will be handled by the Cloverleaf High School track team.

Practice session:

  • Practice will occur Thursday, April 26th from 5 to 6 p.m. at the CHS track with the CHS track athletes

Track meet information is as follows:

When/Where:       Thursday, May 3rd, 2018 –   5:30  pm;     Cloverleaf High School Stadium

(Rain date Tuesday, May 8th – 5:30 pm) 

Age Groups:          3rd/4th boys, 3rd/4th girls, 5th/6th boys, 5th/6th girls

Awards:                 Ribbons will be given to the top 8 finishers in each event for each grade/gender

                                Sponsored by Second Sole (Lodi)

Events:                  Athletes may choose three (3) events from the following list (this is the order of events):

1600 meter run (4 laps), Standing Long Jump, 100 meter dash, 800 meter run (2 laps), 400 meter dash(1 lap)        

Registration:         $5.00 covers all event participation.

Please return bottom portion with cash / check:   Make checks payable to:  Cloverleaf All Sports Boosters

Questions / comments / concerns:

Garth Gucker – 330-201-2979 –                       

Brad Oliver – 330-472-3086 –        

There is still time to sign up!  The Deadline is Wednesday, May 2nd.  Please click on the link below for the registration form.


CMS Pennies for Patients

Pennies for Patients 2018!

Cloverleaf Middle School will be participating in the Pennies for Patients campaign on behalf of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. The campaign will take place from Monday, May 7th until Friday, May 11th.

During that time, our students will be learning first hand how they can impact others and demonstrate citizenship. The tax-deductible donation to The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) helps fund lifesaving research and provides information and support to patients throughout their cancer journey.

Money can be brought into Homerooms or follow the link to make a donation to a specific classroom (if the teacher has created on online donation page) or to CMS in general.

Thanks in advance for your support!
Mrs. Sholtis and CMS Student Council

6th Grade GSAT students

Dear Parent(s)/Guardian(s) of 6th grade GSAT Students:

There were 14 students that were selected to be part of the 6th grade GSAT program back in December. This program  provided students with special training on Getting Smart About Tobacco (GSAT) in March.  The students then have the opportunity to share what they learned at this program with others.

One opportunity for them to share this information is by attending the 5th grade DARE graduation. This was originally scheduled for last month (March 21) but was cancelled because of our snow day. It has been rescheduled for next Wednesday, April 25.

New permission slips will not be needed, but I wanted to make you aware of the change. Students must be present at the beginning of school and cannot be brought over later in the morning. Students and staff will walk over to CES around 8:45 for DARE graduation. After the graduation is complete, students and staff will ride buses with the 5th graders to the Buffalo Creek Resort for the after celebration. Students will be provided lunch. If your child doesn’t like pizza, chips, etc. he/she can bring a lunch of their own. everyone will return to CMS before the end of the day.

Next week is the Math Air Tests. They were originally scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday, however, because of DARE graduation, the 6th grade ONLY will take the Math tests on Tuesday and Thursday.  This will ensure our GSAT students don’t miss out on the DARE graduation.

If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to email Mrs. Cavey at


Have a great day!

CMS Testing Week Information

Cloverleaf Middle School will begin State Testing next week.  Below is important information regarding the testing.

Cell Phones are to remain off and in lockers while testing is being conducted.  Students may not bring their cell phones to class.

Personal headphones and/or computer mice may be brought in by students for testing purposes.  It will be their responsibility to keep track of these items.

To help ensure that your child is prepared to perform at their best, please make sure they get plenty of sleep the night before testing and are eating breakfast and lunch on the days of testing. Granola bars will be offered to students at the school during testing.

As a reminder, here are the the testing dates:

  • Tuesday, April 17th-English Language Arts Part 1 (Grades 6-8)
  • Wednesday, April 18th-English Language Arts Part 2 (Grades 6-8)
  • Tuesday, April 24th-Math Part 1 (Grades 6-8)
  • Wednesday, April 25th-Math Part 2 (Grades 7-8)
  • Thursday, April 26th-Math Part 2 (Grade 6)
  • Tuesday, May 1st-Science Part 1 (Grade 8)
  • Wednesday, May 2nd-Science Part 2 (Grade 8)

If you have any questions about testing, please contact the main office at the Middle School at 330.302.0207.

CMS March Students of the Month

Congratulations to the following students for their hard work and dedication to education.  Zachary Jensch, Emma Winget, Sidney Scherler, Evan Rubes, Alan Thur, Elizabeth McQuown, Abigail Fijalkovich, Isaac Baltic, DeLayna Harvey, Jonah Norris, Kaden Homan, Sara Render, Pagie Munchick, Phillip Hamilton Jr., Kaitlyn Fritts, Sean Barker, Austin Cummings, Nicole Gage.

Medication and Paperwork Reminder for Students Participating In Washington D.C. Trip

An important reminder that any students who will require the use of medication during the Washington D.C. trip MUST have all medications and forms provided to the school nurse no later than May 10th, 2018.  Medication needs to be provided to the school by a parent.  Students are not permitted to bring the medication to school.  

For your convenience, I have included the necessary documents below.  

As always if you have questions regarding medication, please call the school nurse, Dawn Delmoro 330.302.0203.

Over the counter trip medication form

Daily medication form

2018 Spring State Testing Information

Cloverleaf Middle School is approaching the 2018 State testing window.  Below I have listed the days, subjects, and grade levels for each test.

Due to the nature of our teaming schedule, students will be able to maintain their daily routines during testing with minimal disruption. This will decrease the loss of instructional time that has been experienced in past years.

To help ensure that your child is prepared to perform at their best, please make sure they get plenty of sleep the night before testing and are eating breakfast and lunch on the days of testing.

  • Tuesday, April 17th- English Language Arts Part 1 (Grades 6-8)
  • Wednesday, April 18th- English Language Arts Part 2 (Grades 6-8)
  • Tuesday, April 24th- Math Part 1 (Grades 6-8)
  • Wednesday, April 25th- Math Part 2 (Grades 7-8)
  • Thursday, April 26th- Math Part 2 (Grade 6)
  • Tuesday, May 1st- Science Part 1 (Grade 8)
  • Wednesday, May 2nd- Science Part 2 (Grade 8)

Teachers will be informing students in their classrooms of the specific details for the administration of each test.

If you have any questions about testing, please contact the main office at the Middle School at 330.302.0207


Honor Merit Roll 8th Grade

Honor Roll Merit Roll
Name Grade Name Grade
Allen, Hunter 8 Arthur, Cameron 8
Baginski, Kyle 8 Barker, Sean 8
Benko, Blake 8 Beck, Cassandra 8
Bensinger, Jenna 8 Bryant, Kyla 8
Bergman, Samantha 8 Byczek, Arasaylie 8
Bittaker, Kevin 8 Cannon, Matthew 8
Brooks, Savannah 8 Carter, Madilynn 8
Brown, Laurell 8 Clingan, Alexis 8
Cass, Cade 8 Davison, Tj 8
Cummings, Austin 8 Depew, Gavin 8
Dolowy, Jessica 8 Donofrio, Abby 8
Donnelly, Jillian 8 Ebaugh, Austin 8
Donnelly, Joseph 8 Evans, Zane 8
Eckelberry, Hannah 8 Freeland, Drew 8
Ethington, Kayleigh 8 Gresh-DeZarn, Joscelyn 8
Farnham, Merlin 8 Gresh-DeZarn, Quentin 8
Freeland, Nolan 8 Harmon, Nyles 8
Fritts, Kaitlyn 8 Hastings, Rebecca 8
Gage, Nicole 8 Hibler, Andrew 8
Gibson, Cole 8 Holderman, Chase 8
Goldsberry, Matthew 8 Jervis, Daniel 8
Gresh-Dezarn, Cheyane 8 Jesse, Isabella 8
Handlin, Lauren 8 Jesse, Olivia 8
Hankins, Alexis 8 Knapp, Shelby 8
Hansen, Guy 8 Kott, Benjamin 8
Hirko, Joshua 8 Lassiter, John 8
Keller, Jacquelyn 8 Lear, Elanna 8
Kissinger-Hiser, James 8 Messmore, Natasha 8
Kizzen, Ashley 8 Miller, Gregory 8
Machar, Madeline 8 Miller, Sarah 8
Malena, Luke 8 Morris, Kade 8
Manbeck, Steven 8 Newton, Ashton 8
Mason, Brianna 8 Nichols, Benjamin 8
May, Katelynn 8 Peterson, Austin 8
McConnell, Patrick 8 Pilot, Hannah 8
McMaster, Paige 8 Porter, Zachary 8
Milbrandt, Trevor 8 Schmidt, Spencer 8
Miller, Cydnei 8 Schmitt, Allison 8
Molnar, Olivia 8 Schmitt, Katherine 8
Munchick, Paige 8 Siegfried, Darien 8
Neura, Corissa 8 Smith, Victoria 8
Neville, Clara 8 Stallings, Zoe 8
Norris, Noah 8 Straub, Cooper 8
Paladenic, Ryan 8 Sublett, Nora 8
Piatt, Raven 8 Swiderski, Alexa 8
Polen, Arabella 8 Timura, Kaitlin 8
Ridenour, Liberty 8 Voytovich, Brandon 8
Rivera, Emilio 8
Salyer, Makaela 8
Scandlon, Craig 8
Schoolcraft, Christina 8
Schreck, Lukas 8
Sczpanski, Abigail 8
Sigmon, Ashley 8
Smith, Cassidy 8
Sparks, Ciara 8
Steinback, Taylor 8
Steiner, Allison 8
Thur, Dana 8
VanDyke, Katherine 8
Waggaman, Mackenzie 8
Wangler, Ethan 8
Weills, Josephine 8
Wells, Allison 8
Zayed, Elian 8
Ziehm, Colton 8