• Friday, December 15, 2017

    Posted by Cathleen Rice on 12/15/2017 6:00:00 PM

    12.15.17

    Good afternoon CMS families and Happy Friday!

    Program Spotlight: On Tuesday night our music program hosted their annual Winter Concert. The concert, a showcase of each of the components of our music program, is always a seasonal favorite, and reviews of our program were once again spectacular. A reduced version of the concert was shared with students on Wednesday morning and left us all feeling blessed to be able to have such a strong, thriving musical program here at our middle school. It is a wonderful blessing to be able to support the development of our talented musicians and vocalists at the middle school level and it seems to me that with each passing year our program grows in strength and numbers. We’d like to publicly thank our instructors, Sarah Prusasky and Tom Lehmkuhl, for their hard work and dedication to our program, especially during the holiday season as they can be seen at events all over the peninsula. Finally, congratulations and thank you to our dedicated students and families for sharing the beautiful gift of music with our community. The music program is something we are truly proud of here at CMS and it is successful because of the dedication to and passion for music shared by everyone.


    Introducing the New California School Dashboard: Last week the California Department of Education launched a new website designed to help communities across the state access information about K-12 districts and schools. The California School Dashboard features reports on multiple measures including English language arts and mathematics test scores, high school graduation rates, English learner progress, suspension rates and chronic absenteeism. The Dashboard is California’s new school accountability system. It has been in development for over three years and replaces the API (Academic Performance Index) that was in place from 1999-2013. The Dashboard is how performance data on the state and local indicators that the State Board of Education included in this new accountability tool is shown publicly. This is one set of data we will use as we review and update our Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) over the next few months. Our school and district are committed to high standards and this information will help us in our efforts of continuous improvement.


    To learn more about California’s accountability and continuous improvement efforts, visit http://www.cde.ca.gov/dashboard/


    CMS Canned Food Drive: The competition continues in the annual CMS Canned Food Drive and this week Mrs. Carr’s class took the honor of being the first class to fill their giant can to the designated line winning a pile of doughnuts in the process. The big prizes are still up for grabs and this year, to ensure equity, prizes will be awarded to the class with the most cans in addition to the class who has the highest student to can ratio (so small classes can compete!). Ultimately though we want students to understand that contributions to this event really do help out local families in need and that every can donated helps out another student or family have the food they need. There’s only one more week to donate so please consider giving generously to this great cause.


    Behavior Reminder: At each school I have worked at an interesting trend occurs right before a major break (winter, spring, summer). Student behavior becomes an increased issue. For whatever reason, this trend held true this week as our administrative team processed and managed a number of incidents. As we get closer to the holidays, please remind your students to be on their best behaviors at school. If there are issues at home or school, please encourage them to talk to you, a school counselor, or another trusted adult to get the help they need to sort out the issues in an appropriate manner. Thank you for your help in this area!

    Warm wishes from MEarth during this season of GIVING!
    As you may already know, MEarth has been a vital and longstanding nonprofit partner with CUSD schools (and in particular CMS), providing programming for district students and stewardship for the Hilton Bialek Habitat, for nearly 2 decades!
    Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to this important organization through the Monterey County Gives! campaign before December 31, 2017 and your contribution will receive a prorated match. Please do not hesitate to get in touch with any questions: 831-624-1032 or Tanja@MEarthCarmel.org. To give online, please visit: www.montereycountygives.org/nonprofit/MEarth

    Calendar


    DECEMBER

    11-22. Canned Food Drive
    19-21. World Language Finals - Spanish & Chinese
    20. Cougar Cub Concert ,CMS Theater 7:00 - 8:00
    22. Cycle Change - Trimester 2 Progress Reports
    25.- Jan.5. Winter Break - School Closed

    JANUARY

    12. Minimum Day / Staff Development Day - school dismissed 12:00
    12. NIOS Day
    15. Martin Luther King Holiday - School Closed
    17. - Feb. 2 - Nepal Fundraiser
    18. CCS Honor Band & Orchestra Rehearsals,Pacific Grove Middle School 3:00 p.m.- 8:00 p.m.
    19. CCS Honor Band & Orchestra Rehearsals, ,Pacific Grove Middle School 9:00 a.m - 3:00 p.m.
    20. CCS Honor Band & Orchestra Rehearsals, ,Pacific Grove Middle School 9:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m.
    20. CCS Honor Band & Orchestra Performance, Pacific Grove Middle School 2:00 - 3:00 p.m.
    25. CCS Honor Choir Rehearsals, Cabrillo College 1:00 - 9:00 p.m..
    26. CCS Honor Choir Rehearsals, Cabrillo College 9:00 - 3:00 p.m.
    27. CCS Honor Choir Rehearsals, Cabrillo College 8:30 a.m. - 12:00
    27. CCS Honor Choir Concert, Cabrillo College, Performance 2:00

    FEBRUARY

    6. CJSF Induction Ceremony, CMS Library, 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.
    9. February Dance, CMS Gym, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
    15. - 18. All State Honor Choir, Band & Orchestra, CASMEC Conference, San Jose
    16. End of Trimester 2 - Cycle Change
    19. - 23. February Break - School Closed
    26. Spring Sports begin
    26. Language Arts Benchmark Testing - ODD BLOCK SCHEDULE
    27. Language Arts Benchmark Testing - EVEN BLOCK SCHEDULE
    28. Language Arts Benchmark Testing - ODD BLOCK SCHEDULE

    MARCH

    1. Language Arts Benchmark Testing - EVEN BLOCK SCHEDULE
    2. Minimum Day - School dismissed at 12:00
    2. Career Day 10:40
    2. Musical, CMS Theater, 6:00 p.m.
    8. CUSD Choral Festival, Sunset Center, San Carlos St, Carmel-By-The-Sea, 7:00 p.m.
    9. Musical, CMS Theater, 6:00 p.m
    10. Science Olympiad.
    14. - 16 Monterey Bay Outdoor Education - 7th Grade students
    27. CUSD District Band Festival, Sunset Center 7:00 - 8:00 p.m.

     

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  • Friday, December 8, 2017

    Posted by Cathleen Rice on 12/9/2017

    Good morning CMS families,

    We’ve got lots of great events coming up as we head toward the holiday season and I’ll highlight a few below.  Please check the calendar for even more.  With little to report this week, we’ll jump right into it!

    Soup for You!  On behalf of the CMS staff I’d like to send out a huge “Thank You!” to Tiffany Buraglio and the team of parents who helped provide another wonderful staff luncheon for the CMS staffon Friday.  The luncheon featured a variety of soups, cornbread, and desserts.  There is nothing like some delicious comfort food favorites during the winter season (not that we’re ever too cold here).  We’re exceptionally grateful to Nurten Atila, Rochelle Bartholomew, Tiffany Buraglio, Dana Connett, Nikki Del Toro, Sarda Desmond, Alicia Doherty, Vivi Fenwick, Cheri Gladstone, Hilary Hamilton, Lisa Handley, Rosa Hong, Bobe Kirsch, Cristina Kochevar, Toni Lakind, Sara Maguire, Kathy Nitayangkul, Robyn Rauh, Farrah Rees, Kimberly Schnader, Mimie Shin, Linnea Terranova, Tierney Thys, Patricia Turner, Michelle Varav, for their wonderful contributions to this event.  The food was delicious and, as always, the event definitely makes our staff feel loved and appreciated!

    CMS Winter Concert:  If you enjoy beautiful holiday music from around the globe, we’ve got a great event for you!  On Tuesday, December 12th, CMS will be offering our Winter Concert.  The concert will be held in the CMS gym and begins at 7:00 PM.  Come on out to support our music program and get a first-hand look at the exceptional music program CMS and CUSD supports!  This is one of the best concerts of the year and will fill you up with holiday cheer!

    Canned Food Drive: The Holiday Canned Food Drive is here! Starting on Monday, December 11, 2017, the can collection will begin. A barrel will be delivered to each 5th period class sometime on Friday, December 8. We will be having fifth period competition to see which class can collect the most cans. In addition, to make things fair for our smaller classes, we’ll be rewarding the class that brings in the most cans per student as well!  It should be your goal to try to fill your barrel to the top, or better yet, over the top! Our CMS goal is to fill all 24 barrels for the Monterey County Food Bank.  We will be counting cans on December 21st during 5th period. Please bring in the items listed below as these are in the most need. The competition will officially end 5th period on December 21st once your classroom cans have been counted.

     

                                                   1st place class wins a pizza party

                                                   2nd place class wins donuts

                                                   3rd place class wins cookies

     

    A special treat will be given to the first class that fills (not stacks) their barrel to the special line taped inside.

     

    Mystery Can of the Day:

    Every day, a mystery can will be announced at the beginning of 5th period. A runner must bring the mystery can to Mrs. Wells's classroom C9 within five minutes of the announcement. Each class with the mystery can will be entered into a drawing for an immediate prize. Prizes will be delivered that period.

     

    Please help those in need by bringing in lots of Cans!

    The Food Bank for Monterey County needs these nutritious foods:

    • canned meats (i.e., tuna, chicken, salmon)
    • canned and boxed meals (i.e., soup, chili, stew, macaroni and cheese)
    • peanut butter
    • canned or dried beans and peas (i.e., black, pinto, lentils)
    • pastas, rice
    • meat sauces
    • cereal
    • oatmeal
    • canned fruits
    • canned vegetables
    • 100 percent fruit juice (canned, plastic or boxed)
    • powdered milk

    To ensure food safety, The Food Bank for Monterey County cannot use:

    • items in glass containers
    • rusty or unlabeled cans
    • perishable items
    • homemade items
    • noncommercial canned or packaged items
    • alcoholic beverages, mixes or soda
    • open or used items
    • outdated items

     

    CMS Directory:  Attached to this email you will find the CMS public directory with contact information for students and families.  The information contained in this document has been released with the permission of our families.  Please use this information in a respectful and honorable manner. 

     

    The Carmel High School Foundation has set a goal of raising $1,000,000 this year to help CUSD students attend college through community based scholarships.  We aim to do this through a series of fundraising efforts and grants. When you give to the Carmel High School Foundation, you are helping hard-working, high-achieving students in our district to get that much closer to attending college. Please consider supporting CHSF with a tax-deductible year-end gift. By giving, you are investing not only in a child's future, but in the future of our community. If you’re interested in donating money to help our students attend college, please use the following link to access the CHS Foundation website: https://www.carmelhighschoolfoundation.org/

     

    Calendar

    Calendar
    DECEMBER

    10. Hospice Giving Foundation Tree of Life - CMS Chamber Choir, Portola Hotel 5:00 - 6:30p.m.
    11-22. Canned Food Drive
    12. CMS Winter Concert - Music & Choir, 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. CMS GYM
    19-21. World Language Finals - Spanish & Chinese
    20. Cougar Cub Concert ,CMS Theater 7:00 - 8:00
    22. Cycle Change - Trimester 2 Progress Reports
    25.- Jan.5. Winter Break - School Closed

    JANUARY

    12. Minimum Day / Staff Development Day - school dismissed 12:00
    12. NIOS Day
    15. Martin Luther King Holiday - School Closed
    17. - Feb. 2 - Nepal Fundraiser
    18. CCS Honor Band & Orchestra Rehearsals,Pacific Grove Middle School 3:00 p.m.- 8:00 p.m.
    19. CCS Honor Band & Orchestra Rehearsals,Pacific Grove Middle School 9:00 a.m - 3:00 p.m.
    20. CCS Honor Band & Orchestra Rehearsals,Pacific Grove Middle School 9:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m.
    20. CCS Honor Band & Orchestra Performance, Pacific Grove Middle School 2:00 - 3:00 p.m.
    25. CCS Honor Choir Rehearsals, Cabrillo College 1:00 - 9:00 p.m..
    26. CCS Honor Choir Rehearsals, Cabrillo College 9:00 - 3:00 p.m.
    27. CCS Honor Choir Rehearsals, Cabrillo College 8:30 a.m. - 12:00
    27. CCS Honor Choir Concert, Cabrillo College, Performance 2:00

    FEBRUARY

    6. CJSF Induction Ceremony, CMS Library, 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.
    9. February Dance, CMS Gym, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
    15. - 18. All State Honor Choir, Band & Orchestra, CASMEC Conference, San Jose
    16. End of Trimester 2 - Cycle Change
    19. - 23. February Break - School Closed
    26. Spring Sports begin
    26. Language Arts Benchmark Testing - ODD BLOCK SCHEDULE
    27. Language Arts Benchmark Testing - EVEN BLOCK SCHEDULE
    28. Language Arts Benchmark Testing - ODD BLOCK SCHEDULE

    MARCH

    1. Language Arts Benchmark Testing - EVEN BLOCK SCHEDULE
    2. Minimum Day - School dismissed at 12:00
    2. Career Day 10:40
    2. Musical, CMS Theater, 6:00 p.m.
    8. CUSD Choral Festival, Sunset Center, San Carlos St, Carmel-By-The-Sea, 7:00 p.m.
    9. Musical, CMS Theater, 6:00 p.m
    10. Science Olympiad.
    14. - 16 Monterey Bay Outdoor Education - 7th Grade students
    27. CUSD District Band Festival, Sunset Center 7:00 - 8:00 p.m.

     



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  • December 1, 2017

    Posted by Cathleen Rice on 12/4/2017

    Friday Letter

    12.1.17

    Welcome to December and Happy Friday!

    I hope all of you had a pleasant Thanksgiving Break and were able to spend some quality time with friends and family.  Our return to school has been relatively quiet but I’ll take the time to highlight some of the social events we have going on during our lunch period right now.

    As many of you know, approximately 40K in Serve-A-Thon funds was spent last summer on enhancing the activities Carmel Middle School offers to students during lunch.  With these funds we purchased outdoor ping-pong tables, corn-toss stations, outdoor volleyball equipment, and revamped our wiffle ball stadium.  These areas are now in use every single day and we currently have a number of activities and tournaments worth mentioning.

    First, since the beginning of the year we have been hosting an event each Tuesday called, “Take Down the Teacher Tuesday”.  A new component of this event has been added as teachers quickly racked up long winning streaks, often defeated 20 or more students before losing a match in ping-pong or corn-toss.  We now feature a “Take Down a Teacher – Beat the Streak Component”.  Students who defeat a teacher on a winning streak can now win the number of Cougar Bucks equivalent to the winning streak.  This year we’ve had a few students win over 20 Cougar Bucks while taking down a teacher on a long winning streak.  This new game has made lunchtime activities really fun as kids will line up to challenge the teachers with the longest winning streaks.  The Cougar Bucks are then often spent buying ice cream from our student store for themselves and a group of friends.  Heading into next week, Steve Woodward has our current longest winning streak at over 20 consecutive wins in corn-toss.  Maybe this Tuesday someone will take him down!

    In addition to this ongoing competition, our 6th grade Wiffle Ball Tournament is now underway.  Each day two 6th grade classes meet at Wiiffler’s Park in a friendly competition and the games and rivalries are heating up.  Wiiffler’s Park is a bit of a bandbox and games often feature multiple home runs leaving the yard.  Some classes show up in uniform (pink shirts) or have class hats and players often earn nicknames through clutch performances.  Overall, it’s a lot of fun and I encourage you to encourage your student to give wiffle ball a try even if they’re timid or have no former baseball experience.

    Finally, we just started our 8th grade class Volleyball Tournaments.  These games have quickly become an instant hit as 8th grade classes come out to play.  For this tournament teams are required to be named after a breakfast food and, as with our wiffle ball tournaments, teams come decorated for competition.  Today’s match featured the Anderson Eggos against the Sommer Huevos Rancheros (who donned colorful sombreros for part of the match).  The Eggos claimed the victory 26-24 in the closest game yet.  Once again, encourage your 8th grade student to come on out and represent their class!

    The reason I wanted to bring these activities up is that there is a noticeable difference and improvement on our campus during lunch time.  When we worked with the PTO to bring these items to campus we hoped that our students would enjoy lunch time and interaction a bit more than before.  As I head out to lunch each day, I feel like we’ve hit our mark as I see kids happily engaged in positive physical activities all over our campus.  If you have any feedback for us on these programs, or ideas for continued improvement and interaction, please let us know by responding to this email.

    Now, onto the news and upcoming events…

    Please Drive Carefully! The traffic light has been adjusted and the mornings are much smoother, however, we have received a few reports of unsafe driving.  These reports include folks turning into CMS from the left lane.  This is an extremely dangerous practice and will eventually result in an accident!  Please be patient with the traffic and keep in mind that your child is very likely to adopt the driving habits you engage when they get behind the wheel in just a few short years.  Please set a good example and help keep all our students and families safe!

    Career Day is Coming!  We need your help with CMS Career Day which will take place at the beginning of March!  We are looking for individuals who are passionate about their profession and would like to share their experience with the students at CMS.  Since we have such different interests we are looking for a wide variety of careers.  Please contact either Ms. Greco or Ms. Magreta for more information about this exciting day and to volunteer your expertise as a guest presenter.

    The Yearbook is in need of those adorable 8th grade baby pictures!  Mr. Jason Fosler has extended the turn in date for one more week.  PLEASE send the baby pictures to:  jfosler@carmelunified.org

    SPRING SPORTS:  Sportsnet is open for online registration.  If you wish to play tennis, golf, wrestling or track and field, this is the time to sign up!  Please use the link provided:

    https://sportsnethost.com/carmelms-parent

    Calendar

    DECEMBER

    1.  Carmel Tree Lighting Ceremony - Carmel By the Sea
    2.  BAC Social - Grade 6
    3. Hospice Giving Foundation Tree of Life - CMS Chamber Choir, Portola Hotel 5:00 - 6:30p.m.

         11-22. Canned Food Drive

    1. CMS Winter Concert - Music & Choir, 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. CMS GYM

        19-21. World Language Finals - Spanish & Chinese

    1.  Cougar Cub Concert,CMS Theater  7:00 - 8:00
    2. Cycle Change - Trimester 2 Progress Reports

          25.- Jan.5.  Winter Break - School Closed

    JANUARY

    1.  Minimum Day / Staff Development Day - school dismissed 12:00
    2.  NIOS Day
    3.  Martin Luther King Holiday - School Closed
    4. -  Feb. 2 - Nepal Fundraiser
    5.  CCS Honor Band & Orchestra Rehearsals,Pacific Grove Middle School  3:00 p.m.- 8:00 p.m.
    6.  CCS Honor Band & Orchestra Rehearsals, Pacific Grove Middle School 9:00 a.m - 3:00 p.m.
    7.  CCS Honor Band & Orchestra Rehearsals, Pacific Grove Middle School 9:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m.
    8.  CCS Honor Band & Orchestra Performance, Pacific Grove Middle School 2:00 - 3:00 p.m.
    9.  CCS Honor Choir Rehearsals, Cabrillo College 1:00 - 9:00 p.m..
    10.  CCS Honor Choir Rehearsals, Cabrillo College 9:00 - 3:00 p.m.
    11.  CCS Honor Choir Rehearsals, Cabrillo College 8:30 a.m. - 12:00
    12.  CCS Honor Choir Concert, Cabrillo College, Performance 2:00

    FEBRUARY

    1.  CJSF Induction Ceremony, CMS Library, 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.
    2.  February Dance, CMS Gym, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
    3. - 18. All State Honor Choir, Band & Orchestra, CASMEC Conference, San Jose
    4.  End of Trimester 2 - Cycle Change
    5. - 23. February Break - School Closed
    6.  Language Arts Benchmark Testing - ODD BLOCK SCHEDULE
    7.  Language Arts Benchmark Testing - EVEN BLOCK SCHEDULE
    8.  Language Arts Benchmark Testing - ODD BLOCK SCHEDULE
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  • Friday, November 17, 2017

    Posted by Cathleen Rice on 11/17/2017 5:00:00 PM

    Just a reminder, there will be no school beginning on Wednesday, November 22nd. School will resume on Monday, November 27th. In addition, CMS will be on our regular bell schedule both Monday and Tuesday (no early release or minimum days at CMS).


    11.17.17


    Happy Friday and Happy Thanksgiving (in advance)!


    This will be my last communication until Friday, December 1st so I’ll take a moment now to wish everyone a happy Thanksgiving. I hope that you all get a chance to enjoy the time off with family and friends and I hope your tables are filled with your favorite delicious foods and treats!
    We’re now a full week into our second trimester and by now you should have received a copy of your student’s first trimester report card. If you did not, it may be time to play detective. Look in the normal teenage hiding places… garbage cans, sock drawers, or the bottom of a backpack next to that 2 month old sandwich (helpful hint: Thanksgiving Break is a fantastic time to clean out backpacks and wash PE clothes!). If you still can’t find it and you haven’t seen it, give us a call and we’ll make sure you get a copy one way or another.
    Hopefully your student had a successful first trimester at CMS, but if you find that they are struggling, please let us know and we’ll work hard to find an academic support system that works well for your student. Your best avenue if struggles are taking place is your child’s counselor so please feel free to reach out to our counseling staff if you see your child struggling. Our goal is to make sure all students find a pathway to success, so please let us know if you’re seeing obstacles or if your child is having any setbacks.
    This Tuesday we’ll be hosting our annual Staff versus Students Volleyball game. In this much anticipated event our staff will play against representatives from our 8th grade volleyball teams. I’m already hearing some friendly competitive banter about this game and I know our staff and many of our students are looking forward to the event. Our gym gets crowded, crazy, and loud for this event, and I’m sure your children will come home with some great stories about the game. According to legend, the CMS staff is undefeated! On Tuesday, we’ll see if that continues.


    Last Chance for CJSF Applications! Applications due MONDAY by 3:00 PM.
    Attention 7th & 8th Graders! If you have earned mostly A’s & B’s in your academics and have a passion for community service we encourage you to apply for CJSF (California Junior Scholarship Federation)! Students need to apply EVERY year. Trimester One grades are used for acceptance into CJSF but members must continue to earn excellent grades in academics and citizenship throughout the school year. Applications are accepted beginning November 6th – November 20th and must be turned in to your School Counselor. During this timeframe applications can be found on our CMS Website or on the counter in the CMS Office. Applications must be submitted on time!!!


    Chromebook Reminder: Don’t forget to charge your Chromebooks over Thanksgiving Break!


    Remember to Order a Yearbook: Ordering online is a simple way to ensure your student has a yearbook! Time is running out!!! Please see the Jostens link on our website to place your order.


    Baby Pictures Needed: Adorable 8th grade baby pictures are due December 1st. All pictures may be sent to jfosler@carmelunified.org. The deadline is approaching quickly and yearbook is looking for more pics! Send them in so they’ll be preserved in our yearbook forever!


    Calendar


    NOVEMBER

    20. Fall Sports Banquet - CMS Cafeteria 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
    22-24. Thanksgiving Break - School Closed

    DECEMBER

    1. Eighth Grade Baby Pictures are Due
    1. Carmel Tree Lighting Ceremony - Carmel By the Sea
    2. BAC Social - Grade 6, 11:50 - 12:35
    10. Hospice Giving Foundation Tree of Life - CMS Chamber Choir, Portola Hotel 5:00 - 6:30p.m.
    11-22. Canned Food Drive
    12. CMS Winter Concert - Music & Choir, 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. CMS GYM
    19-21. World Language Finals - Spanish
    20. Cougar Cub Concert ,CMS Theater 7:00 - 8:00
    22. Cycle Change - Trimester 2 Progress Reports
    25.- Jan.5. Winter Break - School Closed

    JANUARY

    12. Minimum Day / Staff Development Day - school dismissed 12:00
    12. NIOS Day
    15. Martin Luther King Holiday - School Closed
    17. - Feb. 2 - Nepal Fundraiser
    18. CCS Honor Band & Orchestra Rehearsals,Pacific Grove Middle School 3:00 p.m.- 8:00 p.m.
    19. CCS Honor Band & Orchestra Rehearsals, ,Pacific Grove Middle School 9:00 a.m - 3:00 p.m.
    20. CCS Honor Band & Orchestra Rehearsals, ,Pacific Grove Middle School 9:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m.
    20. CCS Honor Band & Orchestra Performance, pacific Grove Middle School 2:00 - 3:00 p.m.
    25. CCS Honor Choir Rehearsals,Cabrillo College 1:00-9:00.
    26. CCS Honor Choir Rehearsals,Cabrillo College 9:00 - 3:00 p.m.
    27. CCS Honor Choir Rehearsals, Cabrillo College 8:30 a.m. - 12:00
    27. CCS Honor Choir,Concert, Cabrillo College Performance @ 2:00

    FEBRUARY

    6. CJSF Induction Ceremony, CMS Library, 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.
    9. February Dance, CMS Gym, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
    15. - 18. All State Honor Choir, Band & Orchestra, CASMEC Conference, San Jose
    16. End of Trimester 2 - Cycle Change
    19. - 23. February Break - School Closed
    26. Language Arts Benchmark Testing - ODD BLOCK SCHEDULE
    27. Language Arts Benchmark Testing - EVEN BLOCK SCHEDULE
    28. Language Arts Benchmark Testing - ODD BLOCK SCHEDULE
    29. Language Arts Benchmark Testing - EVEN BLOCK SCHEDULE

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