• CMS Weekly Communication 11.20.21


     

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  • Yearbook love  CMS 2021 /2022 Yearbook News! Yearbook love

     

    The Yearbook Staff is excited to use your photos!  Between now and Christmas Break, the CMS yearbook staff will be calling on all families to help fill the yearbook with photos!  

    Does your student play a Fall Sport such as volleyball, soccer, or cross country?  If so, the Yearbook staff would love your action shots of the sporting events.  Please upload action shots of CMS Sports here here!

    The Yearbook Satff would also like to highlight your student's hobbies, travel photos, pets, and their favorite after-school activities.... upload photos by following the link.

    Ready to purchase your yearbook? Follow this Jostens link to purchase your student's memorable keepsake for the low price of the year - $45

     

    Important Yearbook Dates:

     12/10- Yearbook pics- last day to submit 8th Grade Baby Photos and School Activity Pics
    1/31- Yearbook purchase deadline in 2 weeks
    2/7- Yearbook purchase deadline in 1 week
    2/14- YEARBOOK PURCHASE DEADLINE

     

     


     

     

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  • California Junior Scholarship Federation (CJSF)
    Attention 7th & 8th Graders applying for CJSF
    (California Junior Scholarship Federation): 
     
    We are currently accepting applications for CJSF. The deadline to apply is Wednesday, December 8th. 
     
     To apply, fill out the CJSF Application here.  This form is only accessible to STUDENTS using their CUSD account. Please read the application carefully as there are strict guidelines for acceptance into this association. Please use official Trimester 1 final grades when applying. 
     
     

     

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    Our Leadership class has prepared as video to highlight some of the great events, clubs, and happenenings going around campus.  Please follow the link below to watch!

    CMS School Happenings

     


     

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     ParentSquare  is our primary tool for school-to-home communication.

     CMS is using a new system called ParentSquare.  This system will become our primary communication system for emails and text messages to let families know about changes in schedules, our Principal's Friday Letter home, emergency situations, to communicate student absences, and more!

     

    For Parents:  

    1. Download the Parent Square App and create an account using the same email as you have on file with the school
    2. Click on the three lines at the top left of the screen, then select account
    3. Select Preferences
    4. Select Notifications
    5. Change text notifications to instant

     

     For help with the ParentSquare app, you can submit a help request at:

    https://carmelunified.incidentiq.com/guest/NVJFER9S/parent-ticket

     


     

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  • 🚃2021 / 2022 Bus Passes🚃

    Now Available for Purchase

    Click HERE to purchase your student's annual bus pass!

     


     

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  • Welcome

    We are now accepting registration for the 2021-2022 school year!

    All families must first prove residency before beginning the registration process.

    Follow this Link to begin.

     


     

     

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    View our upcoming Year-at-a-Glance here:

    2021 / 2022 Academic Calendar

     


     

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  • Incident IQ - Tech Assistance

     Is Your Chromebook on the fritz?

    Are you experiencing login issues?

    Do you need tech support?

     We can help!  Follow one of the Incident IQ links below, fill out a trouble ticket request, and a tech representative from the school district will contact you shortly.

    Incident IQ - For Students

    Incident IQ - For Parents

     


     

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  • 2020 / 2021 CMS Reopening Guides can be viewed by following the links below.

     

    Reopening Plan - english version

    Reopening Plan - spanish version

     

     


     

     

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CUSD Announcements

  • Are you someone who enjoys collaborating with your peers, discussing different perspectives on important school and district issues, providing your input and being part of a thoughtful process resulting in innovative solutions? If so, read on!

     

    Carmel Unified is committed to elevating student voice and supporting the unique and varying needs of our students. Elevating student voices is critical in shaping conversations about education and creating change. Therefore, the Carmel Unified School District is announcing the creation of a Superintendent’s Student Advisory Council. The Council will aim to amplify and elevate student voices to serve as a bridge between the school board, the district and students to create positive change in our schools and district.


    If you are a current high school student in our district and are passionate about school or district wide issues, please apply here by December 5, 2021.

     

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  • CUSD has released a Family Emergency Response Guide to help families understand when, why, how and which safety responses are used within our schools and how parents/families can help work with our schools to ensure students and staff are kept safe on our campuses. Find a downloadable version (Spanish version coming soon) here.

     

    front guide back guide

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Headlines

Welcome


  • Our Mission Statement: Carmel Middle School has an academic priority based in the California State Content Standards. We will deliver these academics with creativity that stretches students toward higher level thinking skills. We are keenly interested in the whole child and will use relevant, age-appropriate, and hands-on methods that foster student appreciation for learning and the world around us. We offer a broad selection of electives and stress the importance of these electives as our students explore their personal interests. We are dedicated to providing a safe and positive learning environment where students are given opportunities to develop their abilities and confidence for life-long learning. Personal health and fitness are significant to our mission. We want students to become increasingly self-motivated to make positive, healthy contributions to our world.
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