About Brian Madigan

Principal, Cloverleaf Middle School

CMS Homework Help

Starting the week of April 5th and running through May 30th, the middle school will be providing Homework Help for students staffed by Cloverleaf Middle School teachers. 

To be clear, this is not a time for instruction or reteaching lessons for students. The Homework Help sessions are for students who may need someone to be accessible to assist if they struggle with homework. 

Two days a week (Mondays and Thursdays), staff will provide in-person support at the middle school from 2:45-3:45 PM. No registration is required for students to participate in the in-person Homework Help days. Teachers will take attendance each day of students who attend. This program does not include District Transportation.  Parents are responsible for picking up their children at 3:45 PM.

Three days a week (Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Sundays), staff will host virtual help to students in the evenings between 5:30-7:30 PM through Google Meet. To access the help of a teacher, use the link below to the Homework Help Google Classroom. Once on the Google Classroom, students will select the “meet link” located in the blue bar at the top of the page.

https://classroom.google.com/c/MzA2MzUzNzg0MDUw?cjc=bv5lilg

Be advised students can only gain access to this link through their District provided Google account. Parents are not able to access Google Classroom with their personal Gmail accounts. 

Changes in Traffic Flow Starting March 23

Dear Cloverleaf Families,

We need your help.

Beginning Tuesday, March 23, the parking lot in front of Gene Clark Stadium will be closed to cars and there will be a new traffic flow for buses and parent vehicles during student pick-up and drop-off. The softball field parking lot across Buffham Road also will be unavailable for spectator and parent parking.

The reason for the change is the start of Phase III of the stadium renovation project. The plan includes installation of new field turf, expansion of the track to a full eight lanes, and the construction of a new concessions complex with restrooms and ticketing windows. It’s an exciting time for Cloverleaf!

Here’s what parents and visitors need to know:

Elementary school pick-up and drop-off: The softball field parking lot will be used for construction worker parking. However, a loop around the perimeter will be maintained for overflow pick-up and drop-off traffic.

Middle school pick-up and drop-off: Because the stadium area is closed to cars, parents may only use the middle school’s U-shaped driveway for pick-up and drop-off. In the afternoon, parents who pick up their child may use the perimeter loop of the softball field parking lot (next to the tennis courts) as a waiting area. Once the buses depart, you may enter the U-shaped driveway to pick up your child.  

High school and middle school athletic events: Parents and visiting teams attending spring athletic events must park at the high school.

To keep everyone safe, please do not stop along the roadway for student pick-up or drop-off. Local law enforcement will be on hand to help with the new traffic flow and to monitor school zone traffic speed.

You can find a map of the new traffic pattern here: https://www.cloverleaflocal.org/protected/ArticleView.aspx?iid=630AGG0&dasi=330Y

Coming soon, you will also find a live camera feed on the district website showing the progress of the stadium renovation.

We recognize this is yet another adjustment for all of us in a year filled with adjustments. We are grateful for your continued patience and flexibility. The payoff for our students and community will be worth it when the stadium renovation is complete!

Thank you!

Attention Middle School Parents! Yearbook needs your help.

Parents, due to restriction from Covid 19 for attending student events this year, our yearbook advisor has very little photographs of our student events for the yearbook this year. If your child was involved in middle school sports or other events for the 20-21 school year and you have pictures of their events, please share these pictures with Mr. Michel. You can e-mail the pictures to adam.michel@cloverleaflocal.org, with your help we can put together a collective effort to produce a memerable yearbook for our students.

CMS Dress Code Reminder

DRESS CODE REMINDER - High School News -

As the weather starts to get warmer and the sun starts to shine, it is a good time to remind students about the dress code at CMS. Our dress code policy can be found on page 14 of the student handbook for complete information. Parents, in order to avoid being called for a change of clothes, please help us remind students of the following:

  1. All shirts must have sleeves (no tank tops)
  2. Pants should not have rips above the knee cap (no skin shown above the knee!)
  3. Shorts, skirts and dresses MUST be mid-thigh in the seated position
  4. No midriff shirts (shirts must be long enough to tuck in, absolutely no skin showing!)

Thank you for your continued support of Cloverleaf Middle School!

Cloverleaf Online Learning Interest Survey for 2021-2022

Cloverleaf Schools is gauging interest in Online Learning options for the 2021-2022 school year.  We ask, regardless of whether you have been a part of the Colts Online Learning Academy this school year or not, you please respond to this survey.  Your response will better help us prepare for the upcoming school year in 2021 and beyond.  Please respond by 3:00 PM Friday, March 19th, 2021.   

Click here to complete the survey.

Emerald Key News

Emerald Key is happy to announce our community outreach project with the Medina County Home.

The Medina County Home provides their adult citizens with custodial care in a homelike environment.  There are currently 40 residents living at the home. 

Emerald Key filled 40 Easter Eggs with 40 different jokes so that the residents can have a little Easter fun! The students also unwrapped 400 tootsie rolls so that they can be rewrapped around carrots for all of the residents as an extra treat!

Each resident will be receiving a bag of “goodies”. These residents are known for having a great sense of humor and always appreciate a good time!

A big “Thank You” to the Medina County Home for allowing Emerald Key to be a part of something so special.

CMS Picture Retake Reminder

Attention Parents: Picture retake day has been set for March 10th, 2021. In-person students will have there pictures retaken or taken for the first time from 1:00 pm – 2:20 pm.

COLA student who wish to have their pitures retaken or taken for the first time will need to report to the middle school cafe from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm.

Please remember that you must return your first pictures if you wish to have retakes.

There are several COLA students that have not yet picked up their first pictures from the office. You may come to the school from 7:30 am to 3:30 pm to pick up your pictures.

CMS Emerald Key News

The students from Emerald Key would like to congratulate the 204 students who earned Honor/Merit Roll for the second quarter.  The Honor/Merit Roll committee completed, organized and delivered the certificates to all of the students this week.  In addition, Emerald Key was able to meet with Mrs. Neidig, the French teacher and NHS coordinator from the high school to discuss the importance of taking a foreign language and answer questions.  We would like to thank her for all of the wonderful information that she provided!