although we are currently unable to have some of our traditional homecoming week events, we can still show our school spirit by participating in Homecoming Spirit Week. On Monday, September 28 we will kick off spirit week by wearing red, white and blue in honor of the United States of America. Throughout the week we have some of our most popular spirit day themes and we end the week with Cloverleaf Spirit Day. For those that are new to CMS, every Friday students and staff wear their favorite Cloverleaf gear or green and white to show their Colt Pride!
Student Council will host our Socktober drive from October 12th – October 16th. Socktober is a national movement where socks are collected and donated to local needy/homeless before the cold weather begins. The socks collected will be given to the Lodi Family Center and the Battered Women’s Shelter. Any donated socks should be new, in their original packaging, and can be any size and gender. We collected 1,350 pairs of socks last year and are hoping to beat that number this year!
In school students: Bring your donations to home base during the week of October 12th.
Remote learning students: A bin for easy drop off will be provided outside of the cafeteria doors during the week of October 12th.
Attention parents: We have several pairs of eye glasses, a couple of watches, a retainer and a few earbuds in the lost and found basket that is kept in the office. Please note that when a valuable item is found in our building that we keep those items safe in the office. If you think that one of these items may belong to your child, please give us a call at 330-302-0206.
For those of you who don’t know what the Cloverleaf Colts All Sports Boosters program is, here is a little background. We are a non profit organization designed to promote and encourage leadership, sportsmanship, and high moral character within our high school athletic community. We assist sports teams with financial requests for various needs, as approved by our committee members.
We organize and support various events and services, such as the concession stand at football games and the tailgate. We started a scholarship essay in honor of football/track Coach John Sands, who passed away in 2017, for athletes that he coached. We also have assisted with an Eagle project of a local boy scout.
Due to the covid-19 pandemic and restrictions that have been put into place, we are unable to fundraise through the concession stand and our reverse raffle and we are unable to have our annual reverse raffle in the spring, which is our largest fundraiser.
Therefore, the Cloverleaf All Sports Boosters is launching a unique t-shirt fundraiser to support all of our athletes. The link to the fundraiser is located below. Please note that the t-shirts are two sided with Cloverleaf strong on the front; all in this together with our horseshoe surrounded by all of the sports on the back.
CMS picture day for the 2020-2021 school year will take place on Friday, October 9th for ALL students. In person students will have their pictures taken during the school day. Online students are invited to the building between the hours of 3:00-6:00 PM to have pictures taken. You will also be able to pickup your childs yearbook that was purchased last year. Our online students will signup for a time using the Sign Up Genius located at the following link Link to Online students’ Sign Up Genius for Friday, October 9th.
Below is the link to the order form. Although, online payment is preferred families may still pay with a check or cash. If paying with a check or cash, complete the attached order and place the form and payment in a clearly marked envelope. The envelope with be submitted to the photographer at the time your child’s picture is taken.
If you are paying online, the Online Order Code for CMS is 53407HA. This code is specific to Cloverleaf Middle School students.
Retakes will be offered on Wednesday, November 11th. In person students are scheduled from 12:00-2:30 PM. Online students will take place at the school from 3:00-4:30 PM. A Sign Up Genius will be shared with families prior to retakes for online families to schedule a time.
The 2019-2020 middle school yearbook was distributed to the high school freshmen this past week. Distribution to current 7th and 8th grade students at the middle school, who preordered a yearbook last year, will take place next week. The goal is to have all student yearbooks delivered no later than Wednesday (September 23rd).
If you did not preorder a yearbook and still wish to purchase one, please reach out to Mr. Michel through email email@example.com to arrange the purchase. With that being said, the school district is unable to accept cash or check to purchase a yearbook. Mr. Michel will provide you with the details on the payment process upon receiving your email.
For students attending online this year, you can receive your yearbook the following week.
Please reach out to Mr. Michel with any questions related to the 2019-2020 yearbooks.
My name is Ms. Brooks I am the new School Counselor here at CMS. I am so excited to be a part of the Cloverleaf Community!
This is my second year as a School Counselor. Last year I was at a district serving students grades 7-12.
I know this year looks a little different for our students. I plan on meeting with each grade level, (2 classes at a time) to introduce myself and let students know how they can contact me and what my role is here at CMS.
If you would like to get in contact with me please send me an email.
I also created an Instagram page for students and parents to follow me, you can find me @cms_counselingcorner
ATTENTION PARENTS: Fundraiser has been extended to Sept. 25th.
Parents, please click on the following link for access to the link for our online only fundraiser to purchase CMS class t-shirts and spiritwear. Please do not print this form and send orders to the school with child, this is an online event only.
In years past we have allowed students with perfect attendance passes free admission to our athletic events. However, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, there have been strict guidelines imposed that require us to limit our spectator capacity at athletic events. For this school year, we will not be able to honor perfect attendance passes at our athletic events.