This is just a message to inform students and parents that the end of the first quarter is this Friday, November 6th. Students, please review your Progress Book accounts to make sure all of your work for the first quarter has been submitted. If you are missing work, you will need to communicate with your teacher(s) to make a plan to submit work by the end of the quarter.
Parents: Picture retake day will be during the school day for students who attend face-to-face school and from 3:00pm to 4:30pm for the virtual school students. Pictures were handed out to student today Friday, October 30th.
Pictures taken of virtual students, may be picked up in the office during the school day next week.
Good morning everyone! Emerald Key is running the canned food drive Monday the 2nd through Friday the 13th! Please bring in non-perishable items and canned goods to donate during these two weeks. This is an awesome opportunity for us to help our community members who may be struggling to put food on the table. The homebase with the most donations will win a prize for their entire homebase! Have a great weekend!
PTO is getting a head start on fundraising for next year. Many trips were cancelled due to Covid, therefore we would like to help with the cost of these trips next year.
Get some of your holiday shopping done in one spot. Some great deals and gifts for friends and family. There are also some neat prizes offered for top sellers.
Sale begins October 22, 2020
Ends: November 11, 2020
Click on the following link to access the online ordering.
Basketball tryouts start on Friday, October 30th from 3-5 at the Rec Center.
Today was the final day of the Student Council Socktober drive, and you guys knocked our socks off!! Today’s total is 1311. To put that in perspective, last year’s five day total was 1350!!
We hoped to reach 2000 pairs, but we actually beat that…by a lot. Our total for the week is 3039 pairs of socks!!
Today’s leaderboard: 3rd place: Mrs. Ereg‘s home base with 94, 2nd place: Mr. Murphy‘s home base with 207, and 1st place: Mrs. Maple‘s home base with 421!!
The overall leaderboard: 3rd place: Mr. Murphy‘s home base with 299, 2nd place: Mrs. Drogell‘s home base with 393, and, pulling the upset and winning donuts: Mrs. Maple‘s home base ended up in 1st place with 555 pairs of socks!!
A special shout out to the following home bases who had 100 or more donations this week: Miss Ramey, Mrs. Collum, Mrs. Ereg, Mrs. Baccaire, Mrs. Detwiler, Mrs. Maple, Mr. Murphy, Mrs. Gunkelman, and Mrs. Drogell.
Thank you to everyone who donated!! You did a small deed that will make a great impact for those at the Battered Women’s Shelter and the Lodi Family Center.
Socktober Day 4 update: Today’s total number of socks collected is 583!
Our four-day total is 1753!
The overall leaderboard (and in the running for donuts):
–5th place – Mr. Murphy‘s home base with 92 pairs
–4th place – Mrs. Gunkelman‘s home base with 97 pairs
–3rd place – Mrs. Detwiler’s home base with 103 pairs
–2nd place – Mrs. Maple’s home base with 134 pairs
–1st place – Miss Drogell‘s home base with 382 pairs!!
**Special thank you to the remote students for their donations!! They are appreciated!!**
Tomorrow is the last day of Student Council’s Socktober drive.
Socktober Drive update: CMS collected 412 pairs of socks today, bringing our three-day total to 1170! We are 181 pairs away from beating last year’s total and there are two days remaining in the Socktober drive! Remember – all donations will go to the Lodi Family Center and the Battered Women’s Shelter. Thanks for your support!
On Monday, October 12th 7th Grade students had a virtual visit from the Medina County Career Center. Students met with Danielle McMaster and Rachel Juszczyk, the Career Connectors from the Career Center, to explore Career interests.
The students watched a video on the various opportunities the Career Center offers to students during their Junior and Senior year. The students utilized the Career Cluster Inventory tool to identify their strengths and interests that they should consider when pursuing future career options. Students then did research based on their career results.
The 7th Graders utilized an interactive Google Classroom as a part of the Career Center’s virtual visit. The Google Classroom allowed students to watch the videos, complete a Career Cluster Inventory, and explore career paths that the Career Center offers.
Day 2 – Socktober update: Today, we collected 266 pairs of socks, bringing us to a two-day total of 733! We are hoping to break 1000 tomorrow, so donate if you can. Even one pair of socks makes a difference. CMS Student Council thanks you for your support!