Student Council Cazy & Caring Days Event

Student Council is, once again, organizing Cozy & Caring Days to directly benefit CMS families that may need a little assistance around the holidays.   On the following Tuesdays: 11/26, 12/3, 12/10, and 12/17, students and staff are encouraged to pay at least $1 during homeroom and wear pajamas/comfy clothes to school.  During the last two years of the event, CMS has collected over $7000 and has helped numerous families. With your help, we are looking forward to making this year’s collection another success!

Washington DC Trip Reminder

8th Grade Parents: The permission slip and and $100.00 deposit for the Washington DC Trip is due on November 25th. Please remember that all school and sports fees must be paid in full before the trip deposit can be applied to your students account.

If you have a need to set up a payment plan, please contact Mrs. Gregory in the office @ 330-302-0206

7th Grade Career Exploration

Dear Parents, 

Your child’s education and future career success is important to us! We recently collaborated with your school to conduct a career exploration activity with all 7th grade students. 

How did it work? Students… 

  • Viewed a short video about various career options. 
  • Played The Career Game, which is a survey-type booklet that reveals students’ interests and strengths to determine their career type. 
  • Participated in a group discussion about their career type. During this conversation we discussed what kinds of careers might be a good match for them and various pathways to move toward their future career goals. 

Your student has a copy of their Career Game booklet. We hope you and your student have the opportunity to review it together, continue their career conversation and start developing a plan for their future career success. 

If you have any questions about our career exploration activity or the Medina County Career Center, please do not hesitate to reach out. 

Thank you!

Rachel Juszczyk and Danielle McMaster
Medina County Career Center
330-725-8461  | rjuszczyk@mcjvs.edu  | dmcmaster@mcjvs.edu

1101 West Liberty Street, Medina, OH 44256  | 330-725-8461 | 1-866-896-MCCC | 330-725-5870 (fax)

VETERANS DAY CONCERT REMINDER & INFORMATION

School Assembly:
Monday, November 11, 1:30pm @ CMS
Wear red, white & blue w/ jeans

Evening Performance:
Tuesday, November 12, 7:00 pm @ CHS

Call Time: 6:30 pm

Wear concert attire

**  Concert attire consists of:


Ladies:   – White Colts polo shirt & black from the waist down

– Black dress shoes/socks

Men: – White Colts polo shirt & black dress pants
– Black dress shoes/socks

***  There will be a dessert reception following the evening performance.  Each section of the band/choir has been assigned certain items. These items should be brought with you the NIGHT OF THE CONCERT…

Woodwinds: Cups/plates/napkins

  Brass & Percussion: Beverage (gallon of juice or 2 liter pop)
Choir: 1 dozen “finger” dessert to share

PTO Fundraiser Update

Hi! Just a friendly reminder our KidStuff sale has ended and all orders are due. Please send in payment of $25 for your KidStuff Book, download the app, by entering the code from the front of your book to enjoy 12 months of savings on the go! 

Use KidStuff as a guide for awesome places to go and thrilling things to do with your family close to home and while traveling! If you are not purchasing or selling books, please immediately return your book to school. We earn 50% profit…This is a great fundraiser for our school and your family will save lots of money!

Dawn Hagenbaugh, Paraprofessional Cloverleaf Middle School
dawn.hagenbaugh@cloverleaflocal.org

Meet the Staff at CMS

Meet BJ Carson, she is a Seventh Grade Science Teacher.  She has worked for Cloverleaf for Eighteen Years. BJ’s roots have been with Cloverleaf for awhile, as she graduated from Cloverleaf, as well as her parents and her two sons.  She also has three step children who attend Bellevue Schools. BJ received her Master’s degree from Walden University.  In her spare time, BJ has a boat at Cedar Point and loves to visit the  park every weekend. Cloverleaf Middle School is her home away from home. She loves seeing the kids and everyday is a new adventure.  She feels she knows Cloverleaf Middle School as well as anyone and enjoys coming here everyday. BJ chose education to help students reach and realize their full potential and enjoy learning and growing up.

Meet Deanna Lacko, she is a Paraprofessional who is in charge of the Media Center.  She has worked for Cloverleaf for 12 ½ years. She is also an advisor to our Middle School’s Teen Institute, yearbook and Chatter programs.  After graduation, she attended Hondros College. She is married with two children. In her spare time she enjoys snowmobile riding, reading and swimming.  Deanna loves working at Cloverleaf because she enjoys working with the kids. She chose education because she enjoys working with kids.

7th Grade Career Education

Dear Parents, 

Your child’s education and future career success is important to us! We recently collaborated with your school to conduct a career exploration activity with all 7th grade students. 

How did it work? Students… 

  • Viewed a short video about various career options. 
  • Played The Career Game, which is a survey-type booklet that reveals students’ interests and strengths to determine their career type. 
  • Participated in a group discussion about their career type. During this conversation we discussed what kinds of careers might be a good match for them and various pathways to move toward their future career goals. 

Your student has a copy of their Career Game booklet. We hope you and your student have the opportunity to review it together, continue their career conversation and start developing a plan for their future career success. 

If you have any questions about our career exploration activity or the Medina County Career Center, please do not hesitate to reach out. 
Thank you!

Rachel Juszczyk and Danielle McMaster
Medina County Career Center
330-725-8461  | rjuszczyk@mcjvs.edu  | dmcmaster@mcjvs.edu