Volleyball Information from Coach Cavey: Usually around this time, I would be holding a meeting at school for any CURRENT 6th or 7th grade girl interested in playing volleyball for the 2020 Fall CMS Volleyball Season. At this meeting we would talk about summer open gyms, tryouts, etc. and I would have a calendar with all of this information. Well, since we are not sure what this summer and fall are going to bring yet, I would like to gather your contact information so I can get in touch with you once I know what is allowed.
Please fill out the Google form and sign up for the Remind using the code @cmsvball2020 where you will receive updates and information on the season this fall.
Attention CMS students and parents, Since school has been closed for the rest of the year the students will be receiving their 19/20 yearbook when they return to school in the fall of 2020. If you child is in 8th grade the yearbooks will be distributed to them at the high school next fall.
Update from Coach Keltner: Usually around this time, I would be holding a voluntary meeting for Cross Country and gathering your interest information so I can reach out to you this summer! For obvious reasons, that is not the case this year. So I would like to share a 1 minute video as to why choosing to run Cross Country is a GREAT IDEA! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FuYhciYGueY
Thank you for your feedback on all of our surveys. We want to make sure that you and your student(s) feel supported. We hope you know that we value your feedback and appreciate the time you take to provide us with some helpful information. We hope that you feel that we are listening and making the appropriate changes to better suit you and your family. This survey will be available until noon on Wednesday, May 13th.
In the interest of safety and efficiency, the middle school will be utilizing a drive-thru process for students to gather their personal belongings that are in their lockers, return textbooks and library books. Days and times the dive through will be operational are listed below.
***All items that are not picked up by 6:00 PM on Thursday, May 28th will be discarded.***
CMS staff members will open each locker and empty all contents into a bag that will be labeled with the student’s name who is assigned to the locker. If there are textbooks or library books in the locker, those items will be turned in for the student during this process.
All school-issued Chromebooks (all 8th graders, as well as, Chromebooks signed out by 6th and 7th graders for online instruction) will need to be returned in order to receive required maintenance and updates. For your convenience, the collection of Chromebooks will mirror the schedule that is listed below for students who need to drop off school books and pick up personal items. Chromebooks WILL NOT be returned to the middle school, they WILL BE collected at the high school.
Pick up procedure:
Students and parents will remain in the vehicle at all times. Families will need to enter through the driveway of the football parking lot that is farthest from the middle school. Cars will drive along the sidewalk of the stadium and middle school. Staff will be outside of the middle school doors where they will ask you for your child’s name and grade level through the passenger side car window.
Staff members will bring your child’s bag of personal items to the car. At this time if you have textbooks or library books to return to the school you will hand those items to the staff member.
Parents will exit the building driveway.
Medication pickup will also take place during the times listed below.
Parents are required to sign out medications from the school. Upon sharing your child’s name and grade level with the staff member outside of the school, please share you have medication to pick up. That will notify the nurse to bring the medication to your car along with the signature form.
I have had several conversations with families recently, inquiring about the last instructional day for the 19/20 school year. Please CLICK HERE to access the link for the school district’s plan. Thank you!
CMS Students, some of your teachers created a video for all of you. We want you to know that we appreciate all of the hard work you have been doing and to continue toTry Everythingas we head into the middle of May and end of the year. You got this!