• Friday, November 9, 2018

    Posted by Cathleen Rice on 11/9/2018

    Good evening CMS Families and Happy Friday!

    School will be closed on Monday in observance of Veteran’s Day.  We hope that your family enjoys the three day weekend and that you spend a bit of time reminding your students why this day of remembrance is important. 

    Trimester One Report Cards Coming: The first trimester has officially come to an end.  We hope it went well for your student and, most important, we hope you can see their growth in academics based on the learning taking place at CMS.  Report cards will be mailed out on November 14th so if you don’t receive one soon after that date, please look in all the usual hiding places (drawers, trashcans, under the mattress) before giving us a call to ask for a copy. 

    Serve A Thon Spending

    At our PTO meeting on Wednesday morning we discussed the importance of sharing with our families the manner in which we are spending our Serve A Thon Funds.  To that end, I’ll be starting a new section in our Friday communication highlighting some of the teacher grants and large projects SAT funds are covering.  This week, the update is in regular font color, but as we add items to this list I’ll put newly funded projects in a different color.  As the list grows my plan is to move it down toward the bottom of the newsletter, but we hope that you’ll take a look at it every now and then to keep up with some of the fantastic ways our fundraiser is impacting educational opportunities here at CMS.  Thanks again for your generosity and work with the Serve A Thon!

    So far this year the PTO has used SAT funds to purchase the following:

    1. $500 to purchase a portable Green Screen to be used for student video projects.
    2. $800 to purchase new drill sets for our Industrial Arts Class – Older sets are moving to Makers Space and will be used in our Theater for set construction.
    3. $3000 to purchase several display cases that will be used throughout campus for positive messaging, displaying fantastic student work, and advertising upcoming school events.
    4. $4000 to the Science department to fund the Pollinator Project – This project will engage students in the planting of native plants that attract pollinator species allowing student to study insects and birds up close. Students are involved in every aspect of the project including planning, planting, maintenance, observation, data collection, and a variety of studies. 
    5. $8000 to the Computer Science department to purchase 24 Vex Robotics kits – This purchase moves our Computer Applications and Coding classes into the future! Advanced classes will learn linear coding while programming robots to complete various challenges.  As an added benefit, our 6th Grade Coding class will inherit the Lego Robotics kits formerly used in our advanced class and begin using block coding to engage and program their robots!  This purchase is a big win for the entire program and will have a positive impact on around 300+ students who cycle through the 6th grade elective and sign up for the Computer Application class each year.  

    We are also examining several possibilities for large scale improvement projects and I’ll keep you posted on the progress of these projects once we have approval to move forward. 

    Announcements

    Basketball Tryouts Next Week:

    11/13:           6/7th Girls 3:00 - 4:30                       8th Girls 4:30 - 6:00

     

    11/14:           All Girls teams 3:00 - 4:30                  7th/8th Boys teams 4:30 - 6:00

     

    11/15:           All Boys teams 3:00 -5:15

     

    11/16:            All Girls teams 3:00 - 4:30 p.m.         All Boys teams 4:30 - 6:00 p.m.

     

    *6th Grade Boys Tryouts will take place at a later date TBD. 

     

    Yearbook Baby Pictures are still needed for 8th grade students. Pictures need to be in by Nov. 30th!


    Calendar


    November

    12. Observance of Veteran’s Day - School closed
    15. Fall Sports Banquet and Dinner, CMS Cafeteria, 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.
    13.- 16. Winter Sports Tryouts
    16. Sleeping Beauty and the Beast Production, Theater, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
    17. Sleeping Beauty and the Beast Production, Theater, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m
    21. - 23. Thanksgiving Break, School closed

    December

    7. Carmel Tree Lighting Ceremony, 4:00 - 5:30 p.m.
    9. Hospice Giving Foundation - Tree of Life Ceremony, Portola Hotel, 5:00 - 6:30 p.m.
    10. - 14th Canned Food Drive
    11. CMS Winter Concert, 7:00 - 8:30 p.m.
    19. CMS Cougar Cub Concert, 7:00 - 8:30 p.m.
    24. - Jan. 4 - Winter Break

    January

    7. Staff Development - School closed
    11. Cycle Change - 2nd Trimester Progress Reports
    11. Not In Our School Day
    16. Geo Bee Finals, CMS Library, 11:30 - 12:00 p.m.
    17. - 19 CCS Honor Band and Orchestra - Pacific Grove Middle School
    21. Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday - No School
    22. - Feb.1 Nepal Fundraiser
    24 - 26. CCS Honor Choir Event

    February

    6. CJSF Induction, Library, 7:00 - 8:00 p.m.
    8. February Dance - CMS Gym, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
    14. Sportsnet closes for Spring Sports, 5:00 p.m.
    14. - 19 All-State Band and Orchestra / CASMEC
    18 - 22 February Break - school closed
    25. - March 1 Spring Sports Tryouts
    27. CJSF 8th Grade Stanford Trip , Stanford Univ, 7:30 - 2:30 p.m

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  • Friday, November 2, 2018

    Posted by Cathleen Rice on 11/3/2018 6:00:00 AM

    Happy Friday CMS Families!

    We’ve had another eventful week at CMS this week and I’d like to acknowledge and thank our Leadership Class for their work in putting together Red Ribbon Week, the dress up days, and activities that accompany the week.  Hopefully the positive messaging around Red Ribbon Week has had an impact on your child and we encourage you to continue the important dialogue about making positive and healthy choices regarding drug and alcohol use. 

    Thursday Gathering Talk: On Thursday we had a bit of a solemn Gathering.  In the wake of yet another act of violence in our country we felt it was important to address our students about these types of events that have become far too common over the past several years. 

    At the gathering I took a few moments to address the student body.  While I did not read the statement I wrote below word for word, I did deliver a message that was close to this.  I think it is important to share this message with you so that you can continue the important conversation about recent events in whatever way you see fit.  I hope that you find the message provided to students below helpful, respectful, and appropriate.

    Gathering Speech from 11.1.18:  At today’s Gathering I wanted to take a moment to discuss a tragic event that took place in our country just a few days ago.  As many of you know, on Saturday, October 27th, our nation experienced another national tragedy as a single person carrying a message of hatred took the lives of 11 innocent people and wounded at least 6 others.  Sadly, it seems that every year for the last several years I stand in front of our school at a Gathering to talk about the latest in a series of tragedies that continue to happen. 

    There are lots of debates and opinions out there about the cause of these events or the things that contribute to them …. Mental illness, gun control, violence in the media…. and these things are all an important part of the conversation, but I believe there is really only one thing that we can do today and every day to make a difference in our world and that is learning to truly love and accept anyone and everyone who is different from you in any and every way.

    The poet, Maya Angelou wrote “In diversity there is strength and beauty… We need joy as we need air, we need love as we need water, we need each other as we need the earth we share”.  I think if you look around the room right now, you’ll see that this is true…. We’re all different in many ways and we need to be there for each other.

    If there is one thing wecan learn from these events I think it is the idea that the most powerful way we can make a difference in our world is by living a life of love and acceptance.  That has to start right here on our campus and we need your help to make Carmel Middle School a safe place for everyone, … all races, all religions, all countries, all genders, all sexual orientations, all ethnicities, and all abilities. 

    This week, as we recognize and celebrate Red Ribbon week, and make pledges to live a drug free life, I’d like you to also consider making a pledge in your heart to be a person who exemplifies love and acceptance and lead your life as a person who exemplifies those ideals. 

    In just a moment, we’re going to hear from the CMS Boys Chorus who will be performing a special song that is directly linked to the importance of love and acceptance.  The song, Imagine, was written in 1971… almost 50 years ago by John Lennon, and its message resonates today as much as it ever has.  Please listen carefully to the words as the choir sings and consider the powerful message within this song.

    Thank you and please give a warm welcome to the CMS Boys choir.

     Halloween Dance Update:  We just wrapped up our Halloween Dance and true to its billing, it was a great event.  First, I’d like to thank Bruce Haase for all the work he does to organize and coordinate this event.  Bruce has been the point man for this dance for several years now so he’s a pro, but organizing this event is a serious time commitment and Bruce always does a fantastic job.  In addition, I’d like to thank all our volunteer adults for showing up to help out in various capacities.  Finally, a special thanks to our leadership class for their participation in decorating and clean-up at the dance tonight.  The Halloween Dance is always the most well attended event of the year and it requires a tremendous number of volunteers to make sure it all goes according to plan.  Your help with this event is appreciated and you all have helped to make this year’s Halloween Dance truly memorable. 

    Announcements

    Last Chance for the FOCUS Auction!  The annual FOCUS Fall Back Bash Auction is wrapping up tomorrow!!! After 11pm on Saturday, November 3rd, your opportunity to bid on and win highly desired items donated by the schools and local businesses will be gone, gone, gone! Whether you are interested in golf, special school performances, or reserved parking, don’t miss out…visit the Focus Auction site at: https://www.charityauctionstoday.com/auctions/2018-focus-fall-back-auction-5391 before time runs out!

    PTO Meeting: Wednesday, November 7th, 7:45 AM: Interested in helping our PTO make a continued, lasting, positive impact on Carmel Middle School?  Attend the next PTO meeting.  During meetings we discuss upcoming student activities, examine teacher proposals for enhanced learning opportunities, and plan large scale projects that will impact the student experience at CMS.  The more volunteers and voices we have, the more we can do.  If you’re interested, please come and join our group to learn how the CMS PTO continues to make a positive impact on life at CMS!

    Trimester 1 Ends on Friday, November 9th: Our first trimester comes to a close next Friday.  This is your final week to take care of any missing/late assignments and/or check in with our teachers on any questions you might have before grades become official.   Once again, please encourage your students to stay focused as we wrap up the first trimester!

    Basketball Tryouts are Coming:

    11/13:         6/7th Girls 3:00 - 4:30                       8th Girls 4:30 - 6:00

     11/14:         All Girls teams 3:00 - 4:30                 7th/8th Boys teams 4:30 - 6:00

     11/15:          All Boys teams 3:00 -5:15

     11/16:         All Girls teams 3:00 - 4:30 p.m.         All Boys teams 4:30 - 6:00 p.m.

     *6th Grade Boys Basketball Tryouts will take place at a later date TBD. 

     SAVE THE OCEAN, EARN MONEY! Our community has an opportunity to make a huge impact in reducing our carbon footprint and protecting our ocean, simply by participating in a free program offered to all PG&E customers via Ohm Connect. You can earn money and win prizes while saving energy! The CMS Environmental Club students presented detailed information at this week's Gathering, students were given a blue informational flyer to take home, and the information can be accessed on the MySchool Club page. Contact Mrs. Chupka at nchupka@carmelunified.org with any questions. Please join us in this effort to reduce our impact on the world, right here in Carmel. It takes a village!

    The ELC is Now Open:  Our after school program opened its doors last week and our new ELC teacher, Abbie Hatten, is excited to have more kids join her program.  This after school academic program provides a supervised environment for students who would like to get their homework done before going home or students who need some help in any academic subject.  Our ELC is open Monday through Thursday from the end of the school day until 5:30 p.m. 

    Chromebook Loaning Concerns: This past week the library checked out 67 loaner Chromebooks to students who either left their computers at home or because Chromebooks ran out of battery. Out of these 67 Chromebooks, 35 did not get returned! Please ask your students to charge their Chromebooks Sunday night (and every school night) and to return any computers that are still in their backpacks.  Thank You!

    Calendar


    November

    2. Halloween Dance, CMS GYM, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
    5 - 9: Fall Sports Playoffs
    6. Election Day
    8. Winter Sportsnet Registration closes 5:00 p.m.
    9. Trimester 1 Ends - Cycle and Wheel Change
    12. Observance of Veteran’s Day - School closed
    15. Fall Sports Banquet and Dinner, CMS Cafeteria, 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.
    13.- 16. Winter Sports Tryouts
    16. Sleeping Beauty and the Beast Production, Theater, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
    17. Sleeping Beauty and the Beast Production, Theater, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m
    21. - 23. Thanksgiving Break, School closed

    December

    7. Carmel Tree Lighting Ceremony, 4:00 - 5:30 p.m.
    9. Hospice Giving Foundation - Tree of Life Ceremony, Portola Hotel, 5:00 - 6:30 p.m.
    10. - 14th Canned Food Drive
    11. CMS Winter Concert, 7:00 - 8:30 p.m.
    19. CMS Cougar Cub Concert, 7:00 - 8:30 p.m.
    24. - Jan. 4 - Winter Break

    January

    7. Staff Development - School closed
    11. Cycle Change - 2nd Trimester Progress Reports
    11. Not In Our School Day
    16. Geo Bee Finals, CMS Library, 11:30 - 12:00 p.m.
    17. - 19 CCS Honor Band and Orchestra - Pacific Grove Middle School
    21. Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday - No School
    22. - Feb.1 Nepal Fundraiser
    24 - 26. CCS Honor Choir Event

    February

    6. CJSF Induction, Library, 7:00 - 8:00 p.m.
    8. February Dance - CMS Gym, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
    14. Sportsnet closes for Spring Sports, 5:00 p.m.
    14. - 19 All-State Band and Orchestra / CASMEC
    18 - 22 February Break - school closed
    25. - March 1 Spring Sports Tryouts

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  • Friday, October 26, 2018

    Posted by Cathleen Rice on 10/27/2018 5:00:00 AM

    Friday Letter 10.26.18

    Happy Friday CMS Families!

    We’re just two weeks away from the end of the first Trimester so it’s really time to buckle down, turn in late or missing work, communicate with teachers and make sure your child stays motivated to complete work, projects, and do well on assessments over the next two weeks.  The last day of the trimester is Friday, November 9th and report cards will be sent home via regular mail soon after that date. 

    Announcements:

    Next week schools from all around the country will be celebrating National Red Ribbon Week. At Carmel Middle School, we all take Red Ribbon Week very seriously because it is an opportunity to reflect on the importance of making good and healthy choices so we can all live long and successful lives by staying drug and alcohol free. This year’s National Red Ribbon theme is “Life is Your Journey. Travel Drug Free.” On Monday, we are asking students to make a pledge that will reflect on the importance of making healthy choices to stay drug and alcohol free. Leadership students will hand out Red Ribbon bracelets and classroom posters that students can sign to pledge to be drug and alcohol free. On Thursday during our gathering, the high school leadership class will be presenting a Red Ribbon themed message. In order to maintain our focus throughout the week on living a healthy lifestyle, each day we will have dress up days that support our mission to stay drug and alcohol free. To encourage students to participate in our CMS Pledge, we will also have fifth period competitions to see which classes have the most participants dressing up. Here are the Red Ribbon Theme Days:

    Monday:

    Living Drug Free is No Sweat (wear sweatshirts and/or sweatpants)

    Tuesday:

    Team Up Against Drugs (wear your favorite team shirt/jersey or other team gear)

    Wednesday:

    Scare Away Drugs (wear Halloween Costumes)

    Thursday:

    “CMS Pledges to be Drug-Free. So, Use Your Head and Wear Red” (Cougar Pride) 

    Friday:

    Hugs Not Drugs (wear PJs and bring in your favorite stuffed animal)

    Halloween Dance at CMS

    The Halloween Dance will be held on Friday, November 2nd from 6-8 pm in the CMS Gym.  Wear your costume and come have some fun!  There is an admission charge for this dance and students are encouraged to bring extra money for food, treats, drinks, and games.  This dance is the most popular and exciting dance of the year with all kinds of great things for our kids to do!  Wear your costume and be automatically entered into the CMS Costume Contest with a variety of categories!  All funds go to support the CMS Music Program.  Dance tickets will be sent home next week. 

    California Junior Scholarship Federation: 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 even if you were a member last 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 7th – November 16th and must be turned in to your School Counselor. During this timeframe applications can be found on the CMS Website or on the counter in the CMS Office. Applications must be submitted on time!

    Focus Auction

    FOCUS (Friends of Carmel Unified Schools) is a non-profit education foundation that grants funds based on teacher and staff requests to schools throughout CUSD.

    We really need your help to continue this amazing mission that directly benefits our kids! This year we will be holding our online Fall Back Bash Auction from Friday, October 26th through Saturday, November 3rd.  Whether you are a golf fanatic or just want to avoid jostling for a parking space or a theater seat, don’t miss out on this once-a-year opportunity to bid on and win highly desired items donated by the schools and local businesses! When bidding opens at 8am on October 26th, please visit: https://www.charityauctionstoday.com/auctions/2018-focus-fall-back-auction-5391

    8th Grade Baby Pictures Needed for the Yearbook!

    The yearbook needs your child’s adorable baby picture!
    Please send a picture to jfosler@carmelunified.org.  Deadline is November 30th!

    Calendar

    November

    2. Halloween Dance, CMS GYM, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
    5 - 9: Fall Sports Playoffs
    6. Election Day
    8. Winter Sportsnet Registration closes 5:00 p.m.
    9. Chinatown trip - Chinese 1 class
    9. Trimester 1 Ends - Cycle and Wheel Change
    12. Observance of Veteran’s Day - School closed
    15. Fall Sports Banquet and Dinner, CMS Cafeteria, 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.
    13.- 16. Winter Sports Tryouts
    16. Sleeping Beauty and the Beast Production, Theater, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
    17. Sleeping Beauty and the Beast Production, Theater, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m
    21. - 23. Thanksgiving Break, School closed

    December

    7. Carmel Tree Lighting Ceremony, 4:00 - 5:30 p.m.
    9. Hospice Giving Foundation - Tree of Life Ceremony, Portola Hotel, 5:00 - 6:30 p.m.
    10. - 14th Canned Food Drive
    11. CMS Winter Concert, 7:00 - 8:30 p.m.
    19. CMS Cougar Cub Concert, 7:00 - 8:30 p.m.
    24. - Jan. 4 - Winter Break

    January

    7. Staff Development - School closed
    11. Cycle Change - 2nd Trimester Progress Reports
    16. Geo Bee Finals, CMS Library, 11:30 - 12:00 p.m.
    17. - 19 CCS Honor Band and Orchestra - Pacific Grove Middle School
    21. Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday - No School
    22. - Feb.1 Nepal Fundraiser
    24 - 26. CCS Honor Choir Event

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  • Friday, October 19,2018

    Posted by Cathleen Rice on 10/20/2018 7:00:00 AM

    Friday Letter 10.19.18

    Happy Friday CMS Families!

    Highlights of the Week

    Serve a Thon Wrap Up and Gathering Presentation

    On Thursday we hosted our Serve A Thon Gathering Presentation.  As I mentioned last week, this assembly is a fantastic way to bring the 1200+ hours of service performed during the CMS Serve A Thon full circle by allowing our students to see the positive impact their work has had in our community and beyond.  The assembly featured a number of our community partners who described how our school’s contributions to their organizations have helped people and animals in need.  We had representatives from 8 different organizations show up for the event and each representative provided a 2 minute overview of their program and the positive impact our service contributions had on their identified population.  If you didn’t hear about this event from your student, please take some time to talk to them about it and continue to encourage community service in our youth.  Finally, thank you once again for your support of this year’s unbelievable successful Serve A Thon!

    Rosicrucian Museum Field Trip

    The highlight of this week for our 6th Grade students has been the Rosicrucian Museum Field Trip.  Before I get into trip details I’d like to thank all our parent volunteers for signing up to help lead group tours on this trip.  Taking on the responsibility of monitoring a group of excited middle school students in a museum (with imposing etiquette expected) is no easy task and we simply cannot run this type of trip without a large number of brave volunteers.  Your efforts are appreciated!  In addition, special thanks go out to our CORE teachers who continue to make this experience happen for our 6th Grade students despite the challenging logistics and planning.

    The Rosicrucian Museum field trip is one of the highlights for our 6th grade class. The museum offers students access to over 4,000 Ancient Egyptian artifacts, the largest collection of authentic Ancient Egyptian artifacts on display in western North America. In addition, the Museum has a replica tomb, allowing students and guests to experience what it might be like to be in an Ancient Egyptian burial chamber.  The trip is a culminating experience for a unit of study on Ancient Egypt and is an exceptional way to bring history to life for our students. 

    We hope that your 6th grade student enjoyed the experience and came home excited to talk about the many things they saw… like an actual mummy, a mummified cat, or a trip through the replica tomb. 

    Thanks again to the many parents and staff members who helped organize and support this fantastic educational experience. 

    Tournament Season at CMS

    This week also marked the beginning of our intramural tournament season at CMS.  Kicking off the season we have our 6th Grade CORE classes playing Wiffle Ball, our 7th Grade classes battling for the first CMS Corn Toss Championship, and our 8th Grade classes matching up on our outdoor volleyball court.  All classes are competing to win a coveted championship and highlights will be posted regularly in our bulletin once the preseason games/workouts are over and the real games begin!  Good luck to all… donuts for the champs! 

    As a side note, each grade level will rotate through these tournaments throughout the year with different class periods representing grade levels.  This is a great opportunity to get involved in some positive fun and friendly competition among class periods at lunch time and we encourage all students to play.  In each sport, no experience is necessary and beginner level skills are perfect!  We just want kids to come out and play and have fun!

    The Week Ahead

    We’ve got a pretty quiet week coming up, but we do end the week with a minimum day on Friday for a staff development session.  School will end at 12:00 on Friday and buses run at 12:15.  Please make arrangements to pick up your student no later than 12:30 as supervision is not provided at CMS beyond that time. 

    Announcements

    Focus Auction

    FOCUS (Friends of Carmel Unified Schools) is a non-profit education foundation that grants funds based on teacher and staff requests to schools throughout CUSD.

    We really need your help to continue this amazing mission that directly benefits our kids! This year we will be holding our online Fall Back Bash Auction from Friday, October 26th through Saturday, November 3rd.  Whether you are a golf fanatic or just want to avoid jostling for a parking space or a theater seat, don’t miss out on this once-a-year opportunity to bid on and win highly desired items donated by the schools and local businesses! When bidding opens at 8am on October 26th, please visit: https://www.charityauctionstoday.com/auctions/2018-focus-fall-back-auction-5391

    8th Grade Baby Pictures Needed for the Yearbook!

    The yearbook needs your child’s adorable baby picture!
    Please send a picture to jfosler@carmelunified.org.  Deadline is November 30th!

    Halloween Dance at CMS

    The Halloween Dance will be held on Friday, November 2nd from 6-8 pm in the CMS Gym.  Wear your costume and come have some fun!  There is an admission charge for this dance and students are encouraged to bring extra money for food, treats, drinks, and games.  This dance is the most popular and exciting dance of the year with all kinds of great things for our kids to do!  More information coming soon, but mark your calendar and get ready for a fantastic event!  All funds go to support the CMS Music Program!

    Calendar

    Calendar
    October

    25. CMS/CHS Fall Choir Concert, CHS Theater, 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
    26. Minimum Day - School dismissed at 12:00

    November

    2. Halloween Dance, CMS GYM, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
    5 - 9: Fall Sports Playoffs
    6. Election Day
    8. Winter Sportsnet Registration closes 5:00 p.m.
    9. Chinatown trip - Chinese 1 class
    9. Trimester 1 Ends - Cycle and Wheel Change
    12. Observance of Veteran’s Day - School closed
    15. Fall Sports Banquet and Dinner, CMS Cafeteria, 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.
    13.- 16. Winter Sports Tryouts
    16. Sleeping Beauty and the Beast Production, Theater, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
    17. Sleeping Beauty and the Beast Production, Theater, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m
    21. - 23. Thanksgiving Break, School closed

    December

    7. Carmel Tree Lighting Ceremony, 4:00 - 5:30 p.m.
    9. Hospice Giving Foundation - Tree of Life Ceremony, Portola Hotel, 5:00 - 6:30 p.m.
    10. - 14th Canned Food Drive
    11. CMS Winter Concert, 7:00 - 8:30 p.m.
    19. CMS Cougar Cub Concert, 7:00 - 8:30 p.m.
    24. - Jan. 4 - Winter Break

    January

    7. Staff Development - School closed
    11. Cycle Change - 2nd Trimester Progress Reports
    16. Geo Bee Finals, CMS Library, 11:30 - 12:00 p.m.
    17. - 19 CCS Honor Band and Orchestra - Pacific Grove Middle School
    21. Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday - No School
    22. - Feb.1 Nepal Fundraiser
    24 - 26. CCS Honor Choir Event

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