Medina County Career Center

Dear 8th Grade 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 8th grade students.

Students…

• Toured MCCC labs and classrooms.

• Participated in an Reality Check activity. This activity allows students to explore what their target salary should be to achieve their desired lifestyle.

• Participated in a research activity about different jobs that match their lifestyle choices. During this activity we discussed what kinds of careers might be a good match for them and various pathways to move toward their future career goals.

The MCCC 8th Grade interactive classroom was posted on the Class of 2025 Google Classroom. This is where you can access the activities we provided for the class. 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!

Danielle McMaster, GCDF and Rachel Juszczyk, GCDF

Career Specialists

Medina County Career Center

330-725-8461 | rjuszczyk@mcjvs.edu | dmcmaster@mcjvs.edu

Scheduling Events for next year’s 9th Graders!

It’s time to schedule your student for High School!


On Wednesday, February 24th a video will be released to all 8th grade students about how to register for high school courses and students will be provided their scheduling sheet. Please watch for this to come home.

Then, on Tuesday, March 2nd at 6:00 pm there will be a live Virtual Parent Night via Google Meet with the high school Principal Ms. Lormeau and a high school Counselor, Mrs. Conrad to fill you in on everything you need to know about scheduling for 9th grade and how to graduate! https://meet.google.com/jxj-cwwy-gbe


Lastly, on Thursday, March 4th, there will be an in person scheduling consultation night at the Middle School from 5:30-8:00pm. High School Counselors will available consult incoming freshmen and their families with scheduling questions on an individual basis. This is an informal night and parents and students are invited to attend any time during the 2.5 hours.


Questions? Contact Ms. Brooks, middle school counselor or Mrs. Conrad, high school counselor! catherine.conrad@cloverleaflocal.org kayla.brooks@cloverleaflocal.org

Scheduling Information for CMS Spring Conference Night

On February 18th, from 4-8 PM, CMS will be conducting parent/teacher conferences.

Parents, please click on the following link to schedule your conference time(s).

https://www.ptcfast.com/schools/Cloverleaf_Middle_School_1

IMPORTANT REMINDER: Teachers will be conducting virtual conferences this year with parents. Teachers will utilize Google Meet to conduct video conferences based on the scheduled time. Teachers will share the appropriate link to Google Meet with parents before the meeting. 

If you need to hold your conference by phone rather than Google Meet, please reach out to the teacher, and they will be happy to accommodate you.

Counselor Check In Week 12/9/20

Hey Everyone!

Yesterday Ms. Brooks and Mrs. Miracle talked about gratitude with our student during their weekly Wednesday Check In. With the Holidays among us counselors explained what gratitude meant as well as the impact of having an attitude of gratitude. Discovering happiness isn’t just appreciating new things, but also being grateful for what we already have and the good that other people contribute to our lives and in our world.

Gratitude can boost your mood, your school satisfaction, and relationships. Gratitude can also put a positive spin on stressful times by turning them into valuable lessons.

Link to Gratitude Video

The Gratitude Game: Pick-Up Sticks – Teach Beside Me