Carmel Middle School

  • Friday, May 19, 2017

    Posted by Cathleen Rice at 5/20/2017 6:00:00 AM
    A message from CARMEL MIDDLE SCHOOL

    NOTA:  Para español, abrir el archivo adjunto

    NOTE:  Memorial Day Holiday, Monday, May 29th - No School/Office Closed

     

    Happy Friday!

    We had a good week at CMS starting with a very nice 6th and 7th grade Honors Night on Monday and culminating in a fun and extremely well-attended Renaissance Faire on Friday. At the Honors Night, 6th and 7th grade students who had an average GPA of 3.0 or higher for the first two trimesters were recognized along with a few special awards.  We also heard two wonderful speeches from Owen Shirrell and Giana Buraglio encapsulating the life of a CMS student in grades 6 and 7.  Congratulations to all of the students for their academic accomplishments this year, and a big “thank you” to our parents for their continued support of academic excellence.

    Today we hosted our annual Renaissance Faire. In addition to the 600 students, and 50 staff members, we had a number of visitors on campus helping to making it feel like a real Renaissance Faire.  The students did a great job of dressing in character and creating treats and crafts to purchase and many created interactive games to play.  The students did a most wondrous dance at the opening ceremony, and once again, our friends from the San Carlos-shire entertained our students with a Scottish dance and attended the faire as special guests.  Of course, the Queen was again in attendance with Liz Wells (literally Queen Elizabeth) taking on the royal role, and the staff engaged in their annual Renaissance dance!  The Queen presided royally over the faire, sampling the treats and enjoying the games and traveling throughout the patrons with her royal entourage.  Additionally, many students enjoyed the voluntary torture chamber run by the ghoulish Pat Stadille and his macabre staff. Overall, the faire was an amazing success and everyone who attended had a fantastic time. 

    The Renaissance Faire takes many extra hours of work from our staff, but no one puts in more time than Ladies Krislyn and Williams, assisted by a number of other important staff members including Mrs. Perlman, Mr. Anderson, and math teachers Mrs. Mayer and Mr. Abate.  Many other teachers and office staff members help in a number of ways, so I give a heartfelt thanks to all of them for the great effort they make to continue this tradition.  Finally, there is no faire without the effort of the students (assisted behind the scenes by many parents), so again, congratulations to the 7th grade class for one of the best Renaissance Faires we’ve ever had.

    At this point, I’m about to head out to the 8th Grade Promotion Party and Dance.  I hope to see all of our 8th grade students there and I’m certain that this event will be a well attended, memorable class party.  Huge “Thanks!” goes out to all the 8th grade parent volunteers who put in countless hours organizing and decorating this event to make sure that the party is well staffed and fun for our kids. 

    Please take a look at the rest of this letter as we’ve got lots of things coming your way that you don’t want to miss!

    Have a great weekend, and here is the rest of the news….

    Important Library Reminders:

    Chromebook Check-in

    Students will be turning in their Chromebooks and chargers during Language Arts classes onWednesday, May 24th. Please make sure that your student brings his or her Chromebook and charger, and remind your student to charge his or her Chromebook on Tuesday night.

    Textbooks, Library Books and Fines

    Students will be returning textbooks with their classes this coming week. Teachers have signed up for specific days and times for book return. All library books must be returned and fines paid by Friday May 26th.


    All materials must be returned and fines paid in order for students to participate in end of the year activities including yearbook distribution, Great America, Raging Waters and 6th Grade Field Day.

    Next week is SPIRIT WEEK!

    Wear the following and earn candy for your 5th period class. Leadership will be around each day during 5th period to count how many are wearing the outfit of the day and winning classes get candy!

    Monday: Meme Day

    Tuesday: Decade Day

    Wednesday: PJ Day

    Thursday: Tourist Day

    Friday: Red & White Day

    Infosnap News:  Infosnap online registration for 2017-18 is now underway. So far, about half of you have registered. If you have not yet submitted your registration, please check your inbox for the reminder email that was sent recently with the link to the Infosnap web site.  If you get stuck, you can call Shannon Forrester in the CMS office at 624-2785, extension 2693.

    Attention Athletes:  To participate in a sport in high school, students MUST complete a sports physical.  Carmel High School will be conducting pre-participation sports physicals for any and all in need of one for the upcoming sports season. This includes those participating not only in high school sports, but summer camps, cub scouts/boy scouts, and any travel/club teams for the upcoming 2016/2017 season(s). They will be offered at the Carmel High School main offices on Saturday May 20, 2016 from 10a.m.-12p.m. This will be the only date offered at CHS.

     MAY.

    19:  Renaissance Fair, CMS Habitat, 12:45 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.

    19:  8th Grade Promotion Dance, Carmel Youth Center, 7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.

    23:  Honors Night Grade 8, CMS Gym, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m

    23 - 26:  World Languages Final Exams

    24:  Chromebook Return Day

    24 - 26:  World Languages Final Exams

    25: Last ELC session

    26:  Textbook & Library Material Return

    29:  Memorial Day:  No School

    31:  End of Year Activities - CMS

    JUNE

    1:  CMS Grade 8 Promotion Ceremony, 5:00 - 6:30 p.m.

    2:  8th Grade Brunch, Habitat, 10:00 - 12:00 p.m.(location changed)

    2:  Last Day of School / Minimum Day, School out at 12:00 p.m.

     

    Nondiscrimination Notification:

    District programs, activities, and practices shall be free from discrimination based on race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity of expression, or genetic information; the perception of one or more of such characteristics; or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.

     Notificación de no discriminar:

    Programas, actividades, y prácticas del distrito deberán estar libres de la discriminación basada en la raza, color, ascendencia, origen nacional, grupo étnico, edad, religión, estado marital o de paternidad, discapacidad física o mental, sexo, género, orientación sexual, identidad de género de expresión, o la información genética; la percepción de una o más de tales características; o asociación con una persona o grupo con una o más de estas características reales o percibidas.

     
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  • Friday, May 12, 2017

    Posted by Cathleen Rice at 5/13/2017 7:00:00 AM
    A message from CARMEL MIDDLE SCHOOL

    Happy Saturday Morning!

    This week was full of activities and events and, for those of you who follow the CMS calendar closely, you know that the next three weeks are even busier.  With that in mind, I’m going to touch on a couple highlights and move on to the upcoming events.

    An Amazing Spring Concert: If you missed the spring concert at CMS on Tuesday night, you missed out! While our music program is active all over the peninsula, they only actually perform together a couple of times each year.  The spring concert is one of those times, and it is special because the kids have reached the pinnacle of their growth for the school year.  The end result is an incredible array of music featuring every vocal and musical group CMS has to offer.  Tuesday night, the entire ensemble was on display and our audience came away raving about the range and quality of the performance. Saturday, our kids take their show on the road as they’ll participate in the Music in the Parks event at Great America.  Kudos and good luck go out to all performers as well as our outstanding instructors Sarah Prusasky and Tom Lehmkuhl for their inspiring leadership.  Huge thanks to many parents who will be making the trip as chaperones for the event!

    Stunning Theatrical Performance – Beauty and the Beast:  In their most recent dramatic undertaking our combination of directors and student actors/actresses completely outdid themselves with a magical performance of Beauty and the Beast.  Led by Pat Stadille, Kieri Coombs, and Jack Clifford, an enormous caste of students worked tirelessly to produce arguably the best production CMS has seen in some time.  Once again, if you missed this program, you missed out!  Amazing performances from so many students, incredible sets and costumes, and well designed choreography led to an appropriately magical performance!  Congratulations on the show and a standing ovation for the hard work put into it!

    On to the upcoming events!

    6th and 7th Grade Honors Nights: Monday, May 15, 6:30-8:00 in the CMS Gym

    8th Grade Honors Night: Tuesday, May 23, 6:30 – 8:00 in the CMS Gym

    We will celebrate the academic achievements of our students at our annual Honors Night events on the dates posted above.  The event will start at 6:30 p.m. sharp in the gym.  It typically goes about an hour and 15 minutes.  In addition to recognizing groups of students who achieved an average GPA of 3.000-3.499, 3.500-3.999, or 4.000, we award a few special awards including “Kid of Character” and “Top Notch.”  In the interest of time, we hand out certificates to the students the following day in class, so look for those in backpacks the day after the event.  We hope you can all come to this fun event to support your child’s hard work this year!  This year, we’ve had a few calls about this event so we’d just like to clarify an important item: Students being honored have been sent an invitation and/or have received a personal phone call from CMS regarding this event.

     

    Renaissance Faire Friday:  This Friday, the 7th grade class will host our educational, but incredibly fun Renaissance Faire.  The festivities start after lunch at 12:30 p.m. with student and staff dancing on the lunch field.  The revelers then proceed behind the King and Queen to the Habitat for the faire.  Parents are encouraged to come in costume if possible to share this event!  All visitors must check-in at the office and wear a visitor’s badge during the faire.  Parents can obtain a small amount of “money” to spend at the faire and may check in at a designated area in the habitat to collect their coins.  Of note, we must limit the number of coins provided to parents to maintain the “economy” of the faire which relates to student grades and extra credit.  It is always a lot of fun to see what the kids come up with for their booths, so we hope you can join us.

     

    8th Grade Class Party: This Friday our PTO will sponsor the first of our celebratory events for our 8th grade students, the 8th Grade Class Party at the Carmel Youth Center in downtown Carmel.  The event runs from 7-10 PM and includes a DJ and dancing, lots of fun food, outdoor events in the courtyard, movies, photo booth, and lots of other extras to celebrate our promoting students.  This event is always a highlight and we’re excited to honor this exceptional 8th grade class with this celebration.  Many thanks to the PTO and the 8th grade parents who worked hard for several months to put on this spectacular event for our students.  We hope to see all our 8th grade students at the event.  Please note, this event is limited to 8th grade students from Carmel Middle School.  Guests and/or students from other grade levels are not allowed into the event. 

     

    That’s all for this week, but take a look at the calendar below because we’re not done yet!

     

    Calendar

     

    MAY

    12:  Minimum Day, School out at 12:00 p.m.

    13:  Mathletics, Hartnell College, 8:00 - 3:00 p.m.

    13:  Music in the Parks, Great America Pkwy, 6:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.

    15:  Honors Night Grades 6th and 7th, CMS Gym 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

    19:  Renaissance Fair, CMS Habitat, 12:45 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.

    19:  8th Grade Promotion Dance, Carmel Youth Center, 7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.

    23:  Honors Night Grade 8, CMS Gym, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.

    23 - 26:  World Languages Final Exams

    24:  Chromebook Return Day

    24 - 26:  World Languages Final Exams

    26:  Textbook & Library Material Return

    29:  Memorial Day:  No School

    31:  End of Year Activities - CMS

    JUNE

    1:  CMS Grade 8 Promotion Ceremony, 5:00 - 6:30 p.m.

    2:  8th Grade Brunch, Cafeteria, 10:00 - 12:00 p.m.

    2:  Last Day of School / Minimum Day, School out at 12:00 p.m.

     


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  • Friday, May 5, 2017

    Posted by Cathleen Rice at 5/5/2017 4:00:00 PM
    A message from CARMEL MIDDLE SCHOOL

    Happy Cinco De Mayo!

    We have a lot to be thankful for today so I’ll lead with gratitude this week.

    Thank you CMS families for attending our Open House event last night.  I hope you enjoyed the evening and that you were able visit your student’s classrooms while catching a few of our live showcase events.  Each time we have one of these events I am reminded of how fortunate we are to have such an amazing combination of talented educators, supportive parents, and exceptional students.  It is truly wonderful to see the vast array of student talent on display in so many different ways and we are so blessed to be able to support many different programs allowing students to explore and foster a wide variety of personal interests.   Thanks again for your continued support in making CMS a remarkable middle school!

    In addition to the fantastic Open House a huge thank you has to go out to several parents who organized and produced a phenomenal chili feed.  Gratitude goes out to Rosaleen Ryan Trambley and Jim Hamilton, who co-chaired and organized the event focusing on every detail from chili donations to recyclable dishes.  We are also grateful for the work of Angie Sullivan and would like to thank each of the volunteers she helped recruit for generously giving their time to make the event run smoothly.  Thanks goes out to the MEarth Staff, especially Katy Crockett and Darrell Steely, for their help throughout the evening, and to our custodial team who took on both the set-up and clean-up portions of the event.  Special thanks to Carmel Rotary for their support of this event as well.  Finally, a huge THANK YOU! goes out to our donors who generously provided over 50 gallons of chili and other items to help feed our hungry masses!  Donors include:

    CHILI

    • MEarth Habitat
    • Flanagan's
    • Cowboy Sausage & Chili
    • Casanova
    • Rio Grill
    • Bruno's Market & Deli
    • Jeffrey's Grill & Catering
    • Sarda's Fusion Catering
    • Debbie Griest
    • Carmel Valley Ranch

    SALAD - Earthbound Farm

    BISCUITS - From Scratch restaurant

    CORN BREAD - Safeway

     We were also blessed with another PTO Luncheon today catered by Sarda's Fusion Catering.  The food was a delicious treat after the late night at the Open House and many staff members were surprise winners of raffle prizes during the lunch. Many thanks to the parents who also supplieddesserts, beverages and gift cards/certificates for the staff appreciation raffle!  Volunteers and donors include: Toni Acfalle, Karryn Loveday Beealey, Terri Brazinsky, Tiffany Buraglio, Tracy Castagna, Naomi Del Toro, Tinna Dinesen, Loree Dowse, Vivi Fenwick, Emily Frew, Kate Gallaway, Pia Garneau,Courtney Garneri, Lisa Handley, Rosa Hong, Andrea Jarvis, Nicole Kelly, Toni Lakind, Shelby Lambert, Heidi Lefort, Sara Maguire, Keita Marnell, Molly McRae, Stacy Meheen, Molly Moran, Lisa Morgan, Elisa Paul, Lauren Pereles, Bernadette Pirrello, Robyn Rauh, Klaudia Redlefsen, Frances Shipnuck, Michelle Silverie, Carina Stallcup, Angie Sullivan, Linnea Terranova, Tierney Thys, Angela Weigel, Tracy Winkleblack

    That’s a lot of thanks!  Just in case I missed anyone…THANK YOU TOO!!!

    Now, on to the news…

    Relinquishing My Title – Today’s “Fun Friday” activity happened to be my absolute favorite Fun Friday event…Tricycle Races.  For the past 5 years I have participated in the Tricycle Races here at CMS, pitting my skills against the toughest, fastest 8th grade riders CMS has to offer.  Until today, I had never been defeated.  Sadly, all champions must fall, and today, Hayden Will, outraced me (despite my attempts to drive him into a wall) to steal away the trike title and end my undefeated run.  Well played Hayden!

    Beauty and the Beast: Opening Night TONIGHTOur drama department, led by Pat Stadille and several other determined thespians, will be performing Beauty and the Beast for audiences of all ages beginning Friday May 5th, 6th and 8th.  Shows will run from 6:00 - 8:00 so come on out with the whole family to watch the magic of this Disney favorite live!

    Spring Concert: I’ve been telling people to come out and hear our amazing singers and musicians all year and you now have one more chance to do so.  Our Spring Concert will take place on Tuesday, May 9, from 7:00 -8:30.  This is the last chance to see our students all perform in one venue and I encourage you to come to the program.  It promises to be a spectacular event!

    MEarth Summer Day Camp: EcoCamp Leadership Program: Do you enjoy working with children? MEarth's EcoCamp Leadership Program is accepting applications for this summer, supporting MicroGreens and EcoCamp weeks for Kindergarten through 5th graders. Learn leadership skills while facilitating fun food and nature activities for campers, as well as gaining more knowledge about sustainability and becoming an eco-changemaker in your family and community.

    Parents: Has your incoming 7th grader received a Tdap booster shot yet?  Beat the rush! Get your kids vaccinated right away. Visitwww.ShotsforSchool.org for information about Tdap and other required vaccines your student may need for 7th grade entry. Our school nurse or registrar can assist if you have additional questions.

    7th Grade Raging Waters Trip: The flyer and permission slips to the 7th grade field trip to Raging Waters on Wednesday, May 31st went home with your child on Wednesday, April 26th. Please check your child's backpacks for the necessary paperwork so your child can attend this end of year activity. The cost is $35 which covers admission and transportation (cash or check made out to CMS PTO). Scholarships are available for any student in need. Please make every effort to get your child's paperwork into Mrs. McNeely by Friday, May 5th! Extra permission slips are in the front office.

    6th Grade Field Day at CMS:  The flyer for the 6th grade end of year activity on campus, Wednesday, May 31st went home with your child on Wednesday, April 26th. Please send $15 (cash or check made out to CMS PTO) to Mrs. McNeely in the front office by Friday, May 19th. Scholarships are available for any student in need. Extra copies of the flyer are in the front office.

    Calendar

    May

    5:  Beauty and the Beast Performance , CMS Theatre 6:00 p.m.

    6:  Beauty and the Beast Performance , CMS Theatre 6:00 p.m.

    8:  Beauty and the Beast Performance , CMS Theatre 6:00 p.m.

    9:  Spring Concert, CMS Music Groups, CMS Gym 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

    11:  Beauty and the Beast Performance , CMS Theatre 6:00 p.m.

    12:  Minimum Day, School out at 12:00 p.m.

    13:  Mathletics, Hartnell College, 8:00 - 3:00 p.m.

    13:  Music in the Parks, Great America Pkwy, 6:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.

    15:  Honors Night Grades 6th and 7th, CMS Gym 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

    19:  Renaissance Fair, CMS Habitat, 12:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.

    19:  8th Grade Promotion Dance, Carmel Youth Center, 7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.

    23:  Honors Night Grade 8, CMS Gym, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m

    23 - 26:  World Languages Final Exams

    24:  Chromebook Return Day

    24 - 26:  World Languages Final Exams

    26:  Textbook & Library Material Return

    29:  Memorial Day:  No School

    31:  End of Year Activities - CMS

    JUNE

    1:  CMS Grade 8 Promotion Ceremony, 5:00 - 6:30 p.m.

    2:  8th Grade Brunch, Cafeteria, 10:00 - 12:00 p.m.

    2:  Last Day of School / Minimum Day, School out at 12:00 p.m.

     

    *Only 19 School Days Remain!!!

     


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  • Friday, April 28,2017

    Posted by Cathleen Rice at 4/30/2017 4:00:00 AM
    A message from CARMEL MIDDLE SCHOOL

    Happy Sunday!

    It’s been a busy week at CMS and I apologize for the late communication.  With CAASPP Testing fully underway there is not a lot to report, but we do appreciate the effort that has been put into the state tests as our students are working hard to show the state what they can do.  As this newsletter is out so late, I’ll jump straight into our upcoming events.

    This Thursday - Open House, Chili Feed, and 5th Grade Orientation:  This great night is scheduled for Thursday, May 4th.  At 5:00 we will host our 5th grade orientation for incoming 6th grade parents and, for our middle school families, the Chili Feed will get started in the Habitat at the same time.  At6:30 we’ll begin our Open House and parents are welcome to explore our campus and classrooms to get a look at all the great programs CMS offers.  Featured programs will include industrial arts, art, drama, band, strings, strings, choir, and, a fan favorite, our Science department will hold their mouse trap car races h in the gym.  Make sure to drop in on several (or all) of these events as I’m sure it will help you appreciate the wonderful educational opportunities students at CMS are fortunate to have access to.  Looking forward to seeing you on Thursday night!

    Important Honor’s Night Date Change: In an effort to help accommodate Carmel High School’s Senior Scholarship Night and allow parents who have both an 8th grade student and a senior in high school we have opted to move our 8th Grade Honors night one day forward.  8th Grade Honors Night will now take place on Tuesday, May 23rd, from 6:30-8:00 in the CMS gymnasium.  We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause but hope that the date change actually makes it easier/better for those of you who have high school seniors being honored at the CHS Scholarship Night event.

    CAASPP Testing and Make-up Testing Continues This Week – We’ve still got a couple sections of the CAASPP test to complete and we’ll be on a different schedule to accommodate this testing on Tuesday and Wednesday.  If your child was absent last week during CAASPP Testing we have scheduled a make-up test day for Monday, May 1st.  Make-up testing for the upcoming week will take place this Thursday and Friday.

    Beauty and the Beast: Our drama department, led by Pat Stadille and several other determined thespians, will be performing Beauty and the Beast for audiences of all ages beginning Friday May 5th, 6th and 8th.  Shows will run from 6:00 - 8:00 so come on out with the whole family to watch the magic of this Disney favorite!

    Spring Concert: I’ve been telling people to come out and hear our amazing singers and musicians all year and you now have one more chance to do so.  Our Spring Concert will take place on Tuesday, May 9, from 7:00 -8:30.  This is the last chance to see our students all perform in one venue and I encourage you to come to the program.  It promises to be a spectacular event!

    MEarth Summer Day Camp: EcoCamp Leadership Program: Do you enjoy working with children? MEarth's EcoCamp Leadership Program is accepting applications for this summer, supporting MicroGreens and EcoCamp weeks for Kindergarten through 5th graders. Learn leadership skills while facilitating fun food and nature activities for campers, as well as gaining more knowledge about sustainability and becoming an eco-changemaker in your family and community.

    Friends of Cachagua Children’s Center (FCCC) is a new non-profit organization that has been established to provide more opportunities for the children in our Cachagua community. This summer, the children in this community will have an opportunity to participate in a summer enrichment program run out of the Cachagua Children’s Center. Currently, the center is open for preschool and after school care, but it has never been open for summer enrichment. It is the goal of our organization to provide a sustainable program that will exist for years to come. In addition, we are partnering with the Carmel Unified School District (CUSD) and the Monterey Peninsula Regional Park District (MPRPD) to add park facilities, which will also greatly benefit the families in the Cachagua community.

    FCCC is proposing to offer a variety of services this summer, including:

    • Summer Reading Program (with Mrs. Arthur and includes weekly visits from the

     Tularcitos’ Bobcat Book Mobile)

    • YMCA Recreational Program

    • Nature Discovery (with Mr. “G”)

    • Art (with Mrs. Woodward) and Photography (with Mrs. Croft)

    • Weekly field trips to explore the rich opportunities available in our community

    • Mentoring and community service opportunities for CUSD high school students

    • Healthy Snack Program

    Twenty years ago, it was proposed with MPRPD to upgrade the facilities at the Cachagua Community Park. Several things have been accomplished, but we are hoping to revisit the needs of the park to make it a recreational facility for families to gather and play sports. Currently, the facilities are minimal and the sports access is, basically, non-existent.

    We have a vision for this community, but in order to make this dream become a reality, we need your help. In order to provide academic, recreational, and enrichment opportunities for Cachagua’s youth in their own backyard, we need to work together to facilitate the growing needs of our community. These opportunities will require significant monetary support to implement and maintain a summer program with upgraded park facilities.

     For further information please contact Tess Arthur at 831-596-5170 or email to: tessors@hotmail.com. Thank you for your support.

     Calendar

    APRIL

    30:  Big Sur Marathon, 5:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

    MAY

    1:  CJSF, Stanford University tour, 8:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

    2:  CAASPP Testing, 9:00 - 11:15 a.m. Period 1 (modified ODD bell schedule)

    2:  SportsNet OPENS - All sports registration for next year’s sports online only

    3:  CAASPP Testing, 9:00 - 11:15 a.m. Period 1 (modified EVEN bell schedule)

    4:  CMS, Chili Dinner in Habitat 5:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

    4:  CMS 5th Grade Orientation 5:00 – 6:00  Open House 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.

    5:  Beauty and the Beast Performance , CMS Theatre 6:00 p.m.

    6:  Beauty and the Beast Performance , CMS Theatre 6:00 p.m.

    8:  Beauty and the Beast Performance , CMS Theatre 6:00 p.m.

    9:  Spring Concert, CMS Music Groups, CMS Gym 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

    11:  Beauty and the Beast Performance , CMS Theatre 6:00 p.m.

    12:  Minimum Day, School out at 12:00 p.m.

    13:  Music in the Parks, Great America Pkwy, 6:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.

    15:  Honors Night Grades 6th and 7th, CMS Gym 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

    19:  Renaissance Fair, CMS Habitat, 12:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.

    19:  8th Grade Promotion Dance, Carmel Youth Center, 7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.

    23:  Honors Night Grade 8, CMS Gym, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m

    23 - 26:  World Languages Final Exams

    24:  Chromebook Return Day

    24 - 26:  World Languages Final Exams

    26:  Textbook & Library Material Return

    29:  Memorial Day:  No School

    31:  End of Year Activities - CMS

    JUNE

    1:  CMS Grade 8 Promotion Ceremony, 5:00 - 6:30 p.m.

    2:  8th Grade Brunch, Cafeteria, 10:00 - 12:00 p.m.

    2:  Last Day of School / Minimum Day, School out at 12:00 p.m.

     


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