The Final Post

Dear Cloverleaf Middle School families, it is with a heavy heart that I share the news I will not be returning to Cloverleaf next school year. I have accepted the Assistant Superintendent position at Wooster City Schools.

It has been an honor and a privilege to serve the students for the past eight years. Cloverleaf is a district on the rise and has a bright future ahead. Cloverleaf will always hold a special place in my heart, and I will be watching from afar rooting you all on.

I wish you all the best!

Sincerely, Brian Madigan

Last Device Turn-in Opportunity

Cloverleaf will be having a second device collection day for anyone who may still need to return a Chromebook with cord, hotspot or any textbook. 

This will take place at the Cloverleaf High School office on Monday, June 14th from 9-12 and 4:00-6:30.

Please note any devices or hotspots not returned will be billed to your students account. 

Thank you!

The Ohio “Team of the Year”

Top row left to right: Melissa Baccaire, Elizabeth Maag, Anthony DiVito, Sharlee Keltner, Heidi Chapman. Bottom row left to right: Brian Shaeffer, Erin Sholtis, Monica Borsani, Julie Gunkelman, Andrea Riley.

As we end the 2020-2021 school year I am excited to announce that the Ohio Middle Level Education Association recognized the 8th grade core teachers at Cloverleaf Middle School as the “Team of the Year” for the state of Ohio!

The Team of the Year award is the most distinguished honor the Ohio Middle Level Association (OMLA) can bestow upon an interdisciplinary team of middle level teachers to recognize its accomplishments with students and contributions to middle level education. The team will be recognized at the OMLA conference in October.

CMS is blessed with great staff members across all grade-levels and content areas. The strong culture of collaboration and team work allows the teacher to meet the unique developmental needs of adolescents.

This special recognition serves as just one example of what makes Cloverleaf Middle School a special place for students.

CMS Summer Academy Opportunity

Dear Cloverleaf Parent/Guardian,

As we head into the final week of this school year I want to take a moment to say THANK YOU for hanging in there.  Your support has meant so much to our middle school staff.

Understanding the disjointed nature of this year, the middle school has developed a new Summer Academy aimed at improving important skills in reading, math, and Social-Emotional needs.  This program is not intended to recover class content, it is meant to serve as a skill enhancement program. 

The CMS Summer Academy is a free experience that includes breakfast, lunch, and transportation.  The details of the schedule are provided below.  We have a limit to the number of seats we can provide for each session.  Currently, there are approximately 34 seats available for Session I and 43 seats still remaining for Session II.  We will take requests for seats until we reach our capacity.  

If, after reading the information below you feel your child could benefit from our  9 session program, please complete the form at the end of this post no later than 3:00 PM on Wednesday, June 2nd.  

If you have previously completed this form please disregard this message. 


The CMS Summer Academy 

Session I: Tuesday, June 22nd through Thursday, July 8th  

Session II: Tuesday, July 13th through Thursday, July 29th  

  • Both sessions will be located at the middle school. 
  • Students may attend one of the two sessions. 
  • Students will attend each week on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 9:00 AM to 1:30 PM. Doors will open at 8:30 AM. Breakfast will be available until 9:00 AM.  Arrival after 9:00 AM will be considered tardy.
  • The program is free to all middle school students living in the Cloverleaf District.  
  • Transportation will be provided to and from school. 
  • Breakfast and lunch will be provided to all students while attending the program.  
  • The CMS Summer Academy will cover the academic areas of English Language Arts and Math as well as Social-Emotional programming and support provided by CMS counselors.

To share your intent of attending the Summer Academy or to decline the invitation please complete the form located at the link below. The deadline to complete the registration form is 6/2/21 by 3:00 PM.

Your response to the registration link is very important!  The information you share will be used to prepare for a successful experience for your child (Planning meals, academic programming, and scheduling transportation).  


CMS Final Week Details

Attention Parents, we would like to inform our Middle School families that June 3rd is the last student day, and we will be dismissing the student from school at 12:28 pm. We will be serving an optional lunch, free of charge, to all students.

Chromebook turn-in day for in-person students will be June 2nd. Please make sure that your student brings his/her Chromebook along with the charging cord to school on June 2nd. Students who do not return their assigned Chromebook will be charged $250.00 for the Chromebook and $25.00 for the charger. Thank you for your attention to this matter. We hope to avoid any unnecessary costs for our families.

Covid Vaccination Clinic

Dear Cloverleaf Family’s:

This week, the State of Ohio announced children ages 12-15 are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccination.

Cloverleaf is partnering with the Medina County Health Department to host a COVID-19 Pfizer vaccination clinic 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 22, at Cloverleaf High School.

This clinic is open to:

All Cloverleaf community students ages 12 and older
All Cloverleaf community parents
All other adult residents of the Cloverleaf community

Registration is available now on the ArmorVax smartphone app using Invitation Code FPUKW9. Or, register on the ArmorVax website at the link below:
Students ages 12 to 17 need to bring a birth certificate or driver’s license and must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian to receive the vaccine.

More information on COVID-19 vaccine resources, including how to use the ArmorVax app, is available from the Medina County Health Department at

Thank you!

Girls Soccer Information

Soccer Parents/Guardians/Players

As we are preparing for the upcoming season, the following is an outline of what’s to come during the months of June and July.

First, we use a google classroom to communicate with parents and players. Please have your daughter use code zky7whh to log in to our Girls Soccer Google class.

Secondly, to get information out to our parents, we use the Remind app. Please use the following information to receive messages from the coaches.

send txt to: 81010

txt this message: @a6abcff

A Remind message was sent last week with information pertaining to a soccer camp at the College of Wooster. The information is as followed:

Day Camp: Girls ages 13-18

Date June 14th-18th

Time: 9am 12 pm

Location: Wooster Soccer Complex

130 Oldman Road Wooster, OH 44691

Camp Fee: $125 (payable upon registration)

Contact Kim Shaw Director Camp ph: 330-317-8808 or email

(Our soccer boosters will/can pay for half of this fee) Best way to do is, is for you to pay the fee for registration and I will have the boosters reimburse you back. 

Also, the girls will be playing in the High School Soccer League. Graduating players will not be allowed to play.

Date: June 7th-July 19th (no game the week of July 4th)

When are games: Mondays either at 5:45 pm-6:45 pm or 8 pm

Make up games will be on Wednesdays or Thursdays of the same week.

Cost: Team cost is $350 (unless a parent lives/works in Wooster, the price is $300. Please let me know if this is the case for any of our parents so we can get the discount)

Price per player: This will depend on the number of girls who commit to playing. I will pay the registration up front and ask to be reimbursed once we have the total number of girls playing.

Lastly, our team will be training on Tuesdays and Thursdays. We will start June 1st. 

ONLY Tuesday June 1st and Thursday June 3rd training will be in the evening from 5 pm -7 pm

Tuesday’s training sessions during the summer will be in the morning from 9am-11am. Location TBD since the stadium is under location. Locations will vary. I will send a Remind with locations. 

Thursday’s training sessions during the summer will be during the evening with coach Jackson. Time TBD and location TBD. Coach Jackson will send the information via Remind.

Coach Jackson and I recommend that every player be involved as much as possible, as this will give us more time assessing players. If we don’t see players, we can’t assess them. 

We are looking forward to seeing everyone over the summer.

Coach Chico

Coach Megan Jackson

Emerald Key News

News from Emerald Key: Emerald Key would like to congratulate the students who earned Honor/Merit Roll for the 3rd Quarter. CMS had a total of 340 students earn certificates! Emerald Key would also like to thank Dorothy Davis for being our 4th and final speaker for the year.  Mrs. Davis is the transition coordinator for the district and spoke with the students about the different resources available for college and the Career Center.  She also answered questions about the skills that will be necessary in order to pursue further education and/or job opportunities beyond high school. A big shout out to our committee of students who initiated our community outreach to the Lodi Harrisville Historical Society. It has been a wonderful experience and a great collaboration!

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.


• 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 | |