• Sunday, October 15,2017

    Posted by Cathleen Rice at 10/15/2017 1:00:00 PM

    NOTE: Monday, October 16th is a non-school day for students.  School will re-open on Tuesday, October 17th. 

    “Fill your life with experiences, not things.  Have stories to tell, not things to show”

    Dear CMS Families,
    I hope that you’ve enjoyed the week off and that you have taken time to reconnect with family and loved ones!  We ended school with another fantastic and fast paced week.  To recap the year so far, we’ve gone through all the Back to School fun, hosted the BAC for 6th graders, Challenge Day for 7th graders, and Ohana Day for our 8th graders.  We’ve completed the Serve-A-Thon, raising just over $92,000 this year, and have hosted a number of amazing prize experiences including a delicious taco lunch, a trip to see SF Giants great Matt Cain pitch in his final game, and, just to top it all off, hosted a bowling party at Monterey Lanes where 170 students enjoyed pizza and bowling in two different shifts.  In addition, we sent 40 kids up to Lava Beds where they filled the week with studies in geology, science, history, and spent hours exploring a remarkable system of lava tubes.  For those who attended the Lava Beds trip, this experience will likely rank as a lifetime favorite. There are a number of other activities I didn’t list here, simply because I could easily fill a full page, but what I’m attempting to get at involves the quote above.  “Fill your life with experiences….have stories to tell…” 
    I hope CMS is helping your student create memories through experiences and I hope that your student is getting involved in some of the wonderful things going on at our school.  In addition, as Fall Break comes to a close, I hope you, as families, have had an opportunity to enjoy some much needed down time.  Whether you find fulfillment in outdoor adventures, relaxing time on Carmel Beach, or simply love to spend some quiet moments at home catching up on life, I hope this break has provided you with the time to create some memorable experiences.   

    Picture Day Make-ups TUESDAY:  If you missed picture day, or you just want a “Take 2” opportunity, Picture Day Make-ups are taking place on Tuesday.  Pictures will be taken in our PE classroom.  This is your last chance to get you school picture taken for the 2017-18 school year.  Here’s the info you need: mylifetouch.com  Picture Day ID:  BY217234Q1

    End of the First Trimester Coming Soon!  Our first trimester comes to an end on Friday, November 3rd.  That means we have only 3 school weeks remaining before trimester grades are submitted and official.  Please encourage your student to maintain a strong academic focus over the next three weeks.  In addition, I would encourage you to regularly monitor Aeries gradebook WITH your student over the next few weeks. While Aeries should be regularly monitored throughout each trimester, the final 4 weeks of each trimester are particularly important.    Engaging with your student in this manner is an important step in helping them develop the academic responsibility necessary for long term success and will eventually translate to established positive habits and further academic independence. 


    Mark the Halloween Dance on Your Calendar!  The Halloween Dance is Friday, October 27from 6:00 - 8:00 pm in the CMS gym. ONLY CMS students may attend.  Entry cost is $10.  This is the only dance that has an entry fee and all proceeds benefit the CMS Music program. This is a great opportunity to dress up in a school appropriate costume (but not required) and have a really fun evening. This dance has it all: drinks and desert type snacks ($1), pizza slices ($2), photo booth ($2), and a number of fun free games and activities including face painting and fortune telling. In addition, prizes are awarded for different costume categories. A sign-up Genius for parent volunteers and food items will be emailed out soon.

    AIM for Youth Mental Health:  AIM for Mental Health is promoting an awareness ad campaign to all Monterey County high schools and middle schools and will be announcing the winners of the campaign at their Annual Rally at Lover’s Park in Pacific Grove on Sunday, October 22, between 1-3 pm. It’s a wonderful opportunity for our kids to learn more about and participate in a movement for the benefit of their peers and others. Make plans to come out and support AIM while participating in some community building fun.

    Students and Screen Time: Recently Tularcitos Principal, Ryan Peterson, sent an article to his parent community during their No Screens Week.  I thought I would pass it along as I found it extremely interesting and informative.  This is a great read from both the parent and educator perspective and is especially applicable given our districts goal of happy and healthy children. 
    https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2017/09/has-the-smartphone-destroyed-a-generation/534198/

    That’s all for now.  We’ll see you on Tuesday!

    Important Upcoming Dates:
    OCTOBER

    16.  No School  - Staff Development Day
    17.  Picture Retake Day - CMS GYM  12:00 - 2:45
          mylifetouch.com  Picture Day ID:  BY217234Q1
    19.  CMS Fall Concert - Choir,  CHS Performing Arts Center 7:00 - 8:00 p.m.
    25.  Rosicrucian Museum - Grade 6 , All Day
    27.  Rosicrucian Museum - Grade 6 , All Day
    27.  Halloween Dance - CMS GYM, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

    NOVEMBER

    2.  Midsummer Nights Dream, Habitat Amphitheater 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.
    3.  Chinatown Trip (Chinese 1) San Francisco - All Day
    3.  End of Trimester 1 - Cycle & Wheel Change
    4.  Midsummer Nights Dream, Habitat Amphitheater 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.
    8.  Walk/Ride to School Day
    10.  Veteran’s Day - School Closed
    22 - 24. Thanksgiving Break - School Closed

    DECEMBER

    1.  Carmel Tree Lighting Ceremony 4:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. Carmel By The Sea
    7.  BAC Social - Grade 6 11:50 - 12:35 p.m.
    11 - 22.  Canned Food Drive
    19 - 21.  World Language Finals - Spanish
    22.  Cycle Change - Trimester 2 Progress Reports
    25.  - Jan. 5.  Winter Break - School Closed


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  • Friday, September 29,2017

    Posted by Cathleen Rice at 9/29/2017 7:00:00 PM
    A message from CARMEL MIDDLE SCHOOL

    NOTA:  Para español, abrir el archivo adjunto

     CMS Conference Evening: Thursday, October 5, 5:30 – 7:00 in the Gym

     Dear Parents,

    Happy Friday!  As we close out the month of September I’m pleased to report that so far, this school year has been pretty terrific!  We’ve now gone through a myriad of school social events that have hopefully made students and families feel welcome and connected to our school. We hope that your student is enjoying their overall experience here at CMS, and once again, I encourage you to reach out to us if your child is experiencing any challenges. 

    As we move into October and the middle portion of the school year the social activities slow down and bit and the academics tend to ramp up.  Please continue to work with your student and monitor their progress through Aeries and if you feel that your student needs additional support, contact their teachers or our counselors regarding their struggles or challenges. 

    Our focus this week was mostly school…

    Seems a bit odd to write that, but aside from the 40 students that headed up to Lava Beds, the week was absent any major activities or events.  It was nice to slow down a bit, but really, it was just one week.  Next week is a busy one so I’ll lay out the week here so nobody is caught by surprise.

    Monday – Regular School Day

    Tuesday - Block Schedule Day Periods 1,3,5,7 – Minimum Day (School Ends at 12:00)

    Wednesday – Block Schedule Day Periods 2,4,5,6 – Minimum Day (School Ends at 12:00)

                            CMS Strings Orchestra Fall Concert – 7:00 PM in the CMS Theater

    Thursday – Regular Thursday Schedule – School Ends at 2:10   

                        Conference Night – CMS Gym 5:30-7:00

    Friday – Serve-A-Thon Bowling Party –

                   7th and 8th Grade Students: 8:30 – 11:30 (Includes Pizza Lunch)

                   6th Grade Students: 11:30 – 2:30 (Includes Pizza Lunch)

    Fall Conference Week: Next week we are hosting our fall conferences.  Tuesday and Wednesday, October 3rd and 4th, we will be on a minimum day schedule (school ends at 12:00) and conferences have been scheduled by our counseling department for students who are struggling with the academic challenges at CMS in the early part of the year.  On Thursday evening we will hold an open Parent/Teacher Conferences in the gymnasium.  Teachers will be set up around the gym or in nearby rooms to afford parents the opportunity to meet briefly with teachers to discuss their student’s progress.  This evening is for parents of students who are generally doing well in school, but who would like to briefly meet with one or more of their child’s teachers. There is no requirement that a parent attend this event; it’s simply an opportunity to meet the teacher.  The conferences with each teacher last about 5 minutes.  There is no “schedule” for these conferences, you simply come and drop in with the teachers you would like to meet. For more information about this event please see the attached letter.

     

    Fall Sports: Our Fall Sports program is now in full swing with every team now playing or participating in competition against other schools.  Game schedules are now posted on the home page of the CMS Website under the Upcoming Events tab so come on out and support our student athletes as they play soccer, volleyball, or run cross country!

     

    Yearbook Sales: Did you know that the CMS Yearbook received national recognition from Jostens during the 2015-16 school year?  It’s true!  Under Mr. Fosler’s direction, our yearbook was named one of the best yearbooks in the country!  Yearbooks are still available, but they won’t be forever! Order your amazing yearbook now at:

     

    http://jostensyearbooks.com/?REF=A00549230

    Before time runs out!

     

    CMS Spirit Wear: Have you seen our awesome new sweatshirts?  Students all over CMS are showing off their Cougar Pride in our stylish new hoodies. There’s no better way to show your school spirit than by proudly wearing one of our signature sweatshirts.  Get yours today for $40 before supplies run out!

     

    Lost and Found: Our lost and found shelves are filling up!  On Friday, October 6th, all lost and found items will be collected and donated to charity.  If your student is missing something, please come and check out our lost and found to claim your forgotten items.  We have just about everything from shoes and sweatshirts to insulated lunch bags.  Come on down to find your lost items by Friday, October 6th! (If you come during school hours, please check in with the office before accessing our lost and found.  Thank you.)

     

    AIM for Mental Health Ad Contest: AIM for Mental Health is promoting an Ad Contest for mental health awareness for all Monterey County Middle and High School students.  Ad contest winners can receive a gift card of up to $100.00! This is a fun way to promote awareness about AIM and teenage mental health.  Attached to this newsletter you will find an AIM flier with the details for the contest.  If you’re interested in participating, make sure to open the attachments!

     

    That’s all for this week!  Enjoy the weekend and we’ll see you Monday!

     

    Calendar

     

    SEPTEMBER

    30.  Serve A Thon - Giants Game, San Francisco 9:00 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.

     

    OCTOBER

    3.  Minimum Day - 12:00 dismissal - Block Schedule ODD 1,3,5,7

    4.  Minimum Day - 12:00 dismissal - Block Schedule EVEN 2,4,5,6

    4.  Fall Strings Concert, CMS Theatre 7:00 - 8:00 p.m

    4.  Walk/Ride to School Day

    5.  CMS Conference Night, CMS GYM,  5:30 - 7:00 p.m

    6.  Serve A Thon Bowling Party, Monterey Bowling Lanes 10:40 - 1:30 p.m.

    9. - 13. Fall Break

    16.  No School  - Staff Development Day

    17.  Picture Retake Day - CMS GYM  12:00 - 2:45

          mylifetouch.com  Picture Day ID:  BY217234Q1

    19.  CMS Fall Concert - Choir,  CHS Performing Arts Center 7:00 - 8:00 p.m.

    25.  Rosicrucian Museum - Grade 6 , All Day

    27.  Rosicrucian Museum - Grade 6 , All Day

    27.  Halloween Dance - CMS GYM, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

     

    NOVEMBER

    2.  Midsummer Night’s Dream, Habitat Amphitheater 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.

    3.  Chinatown Trip (Chinese 1) San Francisco - All Day

    3.  End of Trimester 1 - Cycle & Wheel Change

    4.  Midsummer Night’s Dream, Habitat Amphitheater 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.

    8.  Walk/Ride to School Day

    10.  Veteran’s Day - School Closed

    22 - 24. Thanksgiving Break - School Closed

     

    DECEMBER

    1.  Tree Lighting Ceremony 4:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. Carmel By The Sea

    7.  BAC Social - Grade 6 11:50 - 12:35 p.m.

    11 - 22.  Canned Food Drive

    19 - 21.  World Language Finals - Spanish

    22.  Cycle Change - Trimester 2 Progress Reports

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

     

    File attachments:
    La Carta Del Viernes 9.29.17.docx
    Conference Night Parent Letter 2017.docx
    2017 AIM for Awareness Ad Contest.pdf

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  • Friday, September 22, 2017

    Posted by Cathleen Rice at 9/22/2017
    A message from CARMEL MIDDLE SCHOOL

    NOTA:  Para español, abrir el archivo adjunto

     

    Good afternoon CMS families and happy Friday!

    We had another great week at CMS filled with Serve-A-Thon parties and prizes, Jamba Juice, and a delicious Taco Lunch.  I’d like to extend my gratitude to all our parent volunteers who continuously give of their time to help make these events successful at CMS.  On Wednesday, we celebrated the success of the S-A-T with an all school ice cream party and raffle.  During the general raffle over 100 prizes were distributed to students who brought in $25 or more during the fundraiser.  Many of these prizes were donated by local businesses and we owe a huge thank you to each of the following local businesses: Cold Stone Creamery, Valley Hills Nursery, Graniterock, Kathy’s Little Kitchen, Carmel Valley Flower Farm, Opentracker Racing Products, Lloyd’s Shoes, Eric Brown DDS, Cassady Orthodontics, Eisinger Orthodontics, Haase Photography, Fashion Streaks, and Nothing Bundt Cakes.  In addition, we’d like to thank Work Horse Bikes who have provided a sports bike for our S-A-T program at cost.   Again, we are truly grateful for the outpouring of support we’ve received during our fundraiser. 

    Morning Traffic Issue: We have noticed that the flow of traffic in the morning before school has become increasingly problematic. After inquiring, our transportation department informed us that the county has recently added traffic sensors on Carmel Valley Road at the light in front of school. The timers have been set in a manner that allows optimal traffic flow on Carmel Valley Road which has had a negative impact on cars leaving campus in the morning. The timers have impacted the amount of time the lights leading into and out of our campus remain green, causing traffic back-up on our campus. The district MOT department will be contacting the county to request more time than currently provided for the traffic lights leading in and out of campus. Hopefully they can find a way to accommodate our request. In the meantime, please understand that this issue may not change and that it is our responsibility to adjust our morning routines to deal with the change in traffic patterns.  As a courtesy, we are currently waiving traffic related tardies for students and will continue to do so over the next two weeks in the hope that the county can adjust the timers for us between now and the end of Fall Break. Please do not drop your students off on Carmel Valley Road in an attempt to help them arrive to school on time.  This is a dangerous practice and our primary goal is student safety. Thank you for your cooperation in this matter. 

    Fall Sports: Our Fall Sports program is now in full swing with every team now playing or participating in competition against other schools.  Game schedules are now posted on the home page of the CMS Website under the Upcoming Events tab so come on out and support our student athletes as they play soccer, volleyball, or run cross country!

    Yearbook Sales: Did you know that the CMS Yearbook received national recognition from Jostens during the 2015-16 school year?  It’s true!  Under Mr. Fosler’s direction, our yearbook was named one of the best yearbooks in the country!  Yearbooks are still available, but they won’t be forever! Order your amazing yearbook now at:

     

    http://jostensyearbooks.com/?REF=A00549230

    Before time runs out!

     

    CMS Spirit Wear: Have you seen our awesome new sweatshirts?  Students all over CMS are showing off their Cougar Pride in our stylish new hoodies.  There’s no better way to show your school spirit than by proudly wearing one of our signature sweatshirts.  Get yours today for $40 before supplies run out!

    Lost and Found: Our lost and found shelves are filling up!  On Friday, October 6th, all lost and found items will be collected and donated to charity.  If your student is missing something, please come and check out our lost and found to claim your forgotten items.  We have just about everything from shoes and sweatshirts to insulated lunch bags.  Come on down to find your lost items by Friday, October 6th! (If you come during school hours, please check in with the office before accessing our lost and found.  Thank you.)

    AIM for Mental Health Art Contest: AIM for Mental Health is promoting an Ad Contest for mental health awareness for all Monterey County Middle and High School students.  Ad contest winners can receive a gift card of up to $100.00! This is a fun way to promote awareness about AIM and teenage mental health.  Attached to this newsletter you will find two AIM fliers.  One flier details the contest and the other is a promotional flier for an upcoming AIM event.  If you’re interested, make sure to open the attachments!

    That’s it for this week!  Next week a number of our 8th grade students will be exploring caves while studying geology and history up in Lava Beds National Monument, but for the rest of us, we have a 5 day school week without major activities or interruptions.  Enjoy the weekend and we’ll see you on Monday!

     

    Calendar

     

    SEPTEMBER

    25. - 29 Lava Beds Trip - departs 8:00 a..m

    26.  East Coast Meeting, (students) 11:30 a.m.

    26.  East Coast Meeting, (parents)   Rm. S1 , 7:00 - 8:30 p.m

    28.  BAC Social 6th grade only 11:55 a.m.

    30.  Serve A Thon - Giants Game, San Francisco 9:00 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.

     

    OCTOBER

    3.  Minimum Day - 12:00 dismissal - Block Schedule ODD 1,3,5,7

    4.  Minimum Day - 12:00 dismissal - Block Schedule EVEN 2,4,5,6

    4.  Fall Strings Concert, CMS Theatre 7:00 - 8:00 p.m

    4.  Walk/Ride to School Day

    5.  CMS Conference Night, CMS GYM,  5:30 - 7:00 p.m

    6.  Serve A Thon Bowling Party, Monterey Bowling Lanes 10:40 - 1:30 p.m.

    9. - 13. Fall Break

    16.  No School  - Staff Development Day

    17.  Picture Retake Day - CMS GYM  12:00 - 2:45

          mylifetouch.com  Picture Day ID:  BY217234Q1

    19.  CMS Fall Concert - Choir,  CHS Performing Arts Center 7:00 - 8:00 p.m.

    25.  Rosicrucian Museum - Grade 6 , All Day

    27.  Rosicrucian Museum - Grade 6 , All Day

    27.  Halloween Dance - CMS GYM, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

     

    NOVEMBER

    2.  Midsummer Night’s Dream, Habitat Amphitheater 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.

    3.  Chinatown Trip (Chinese 1) San Francisco - All Day

    3.  End of Trimester 1 - Cycle & Wheel Change

    4.  Midsummer Night’s Dream, Habitat Amphitheater 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.

    8.  Walk/Ride to School Day

    10.  Veteran’s Day - School Closed

    22 - 24. Thanksgiving Break - School Closed

    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.

     


    File attachments:
    La Carta Del Viernes 9.22.17.docx
    2017 AIM for Awareness Ad Contest.pdf
    2017 PG AIM Rally Flyer.pdf

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  • Friday, September 15, 2017

    Posted by Cathleen Rice at 9/15/2017 7:00:00 PM
    A message from CARMEL MIDDLE SCHOOL

    Dear Parent,

    Happy Friday!  Happy Serve-A-Thon Day!

    As I write this letter 600 CMS students are engaging in community service for a two hour period.  When our school day ends, 1200 student hours will have been dedicated to the purpose of improving our community, giving where there is need, and providing service for institutions dedicated to helping our world be a better place.  If we break these numbers down a bit and really consider what this means, it is the human equivalent of 8 hours of service daily for 150 days!  What a great way for a school to raise funds!

    This year several hundred dollars from our Serve-A-Thon will be provided to hurricane relief victims (both human and animal) in Texas and Florida.  One of the beautiful components of the Serve-A-Thon is that we try to identify service opportunities from incidents that have had a recent impact on a local or global scale. We let our students know where the money is going and we hope that they connect the idea that their efforts actually do make a difference to those in need.  On October 5th, during our Thursday Gathering, we will be making some public presentations using the items created and/or money raised to let students know how much their service meant.  We hope that this brings the activity in a complete circle as students connect their fundraising efforts and time spent engaged in service to the end product, the results of 1200 hours of student service, and the positive impact this work has on the world.  We engaged in this presentation for the first time last year and it was a very special event.   If you happen to have some time and would like to see this presentation, feel free to join us on Thursday, October 5th at 11:00 in the gym (but please check in with the office first for your guests pass).

    Setting up the Serve-A-Thon is a tremendous undertaking and there are many people that deserve thanks.  For starters, Cindy Schroeder has gone above and beyond to make sure everything about this fundraiser has been set up and run smoothly.  In addition we have a large number of parents doubling as PTO members who helped in every aspect of the program from start to finish.  In fact, there are so many folks who put in time on this year’s program that listing the names would take an entire section of this letter. In addition, many community businesses provided raw materials and/or financial donations for materials for our students.  Finally, a big thank you to Brian Bajari who came out to kick off our event with another inspirational speech. This truly is a community based effort and I cannot express enough appreciation for those of you who have spent countless hours organizing and putting on this event!

    Finally, I’d like to once again express my gratitude for the tremendous financial support CMS receives through this fundraiser.  The Serve-A-Thon has, once again, established a record high in funding coming in at over $90,000.00 with money still trickling in.  On behalf of our students, staff, and school community we’d like to express our gratitude and appreciation for this outpouring of support. 

    Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!    

    Now, on to the news!

    Have a fantastic weekend!

    Glass Pumpkin Patch:  On Saturday, September 16th and Sunday, September 17th,  MEarth is hosting their annual Glass Pumpkin Patch event.  Come on down and enjoy some beautiful art and fantastic food.  This is a wonderful event and features some of the most beautifully designed glass pumpkins on the planet.  It’s worth dropping by just to see the spectacle of the beautiful glass pumpkins displayed all over the Habitat property. 

    Movie Screening at All Saints: All Saints Day School, in a partnership with York, is offering a free screening of the film, “Most Likely to Succeed” on Thursday, September 21st.  The acclaimed filmMost Likely to Succeed offers an inspiring look at what students and teachers are capable of—if we have the vision and courage to transform our schools. Following the film there will be a panel discussion featuring representatives from Facebook and Google as well as a variety of educators from around the state.  The film is appropriate for students aged 12 and older.  Please click this link for more information:

     

    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mlts-asds-york-tickets-37006627820?aff=eac2

     

    IMPORTANT:  FORGOTTEN ITEMS:  Every day we have between 10 and 20 forgotten items left in our office. In an effort to minimize interruption to instruction, only critical items like medicine or reading glasses will be delivered to class.  For non-critical items, please have a standing arrangement with your child to check in the office at break, lunch, or between classes if they’ve forgotten something at home.  PLEASE DO NOT BELIEVE that this will not happen to your child…it almost certainly will, so PLAN AHEAD, and make sure they know to check the office. 

    Thanks so much.  

    Please see the calendar below for a schedule of upcoming events.

    Calendar

    SEPTEMBER

    16.  Glass Pumpkin Patch, Hilton Bialek (Habitat) 10:00 - 5:00 p.m.

    17.  Glass Pumpkin Patch, Hilton Bialek (Habitat) 10:00 - 5:00 p.m.

    18.  Trimester 1 Progress Reports

    20.  Serve A Thon -  Ice Cream Party,  1:50 p.m

    21.  Serve A Thon  - Jamba Juice., 11:19 - 11:49 a.m.

    22.  Serve A Thon -  Taco Lunch

    25. - 29 Lava Beds Trip - departs 8:00 a..m

    26.  East Coast Meeting, (students) 11:30 a.m.

    26.  East Coast Meeting, (parents)   Rm. S1 , 7:00 - 8:30 p.m

    28.  BAC Social 6th grade only 11:55 a.m.

    30.  Serve A Thon - Giants Game  San Francisco ,9:00 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.

    OCTOBER

    3.  Minimum Day - 12:00 dismissal - Block Schedule ODD 1,3,5,7

    4.  Minimum Day - 12:00 dismissal - Block Schedule EVEN 2,4,5,6

    4.  Fall Strings Concert, CMS Theatre 7:00 - 8:00 p.m

    4.  Walk/Ride to School Day

    5.  CMS Conference Night, CMS GYM,  5:30 - 7:00 p.m

    6.  Serve A Thon Bowling Party, Monterey Bowling Lanes 10:40 - 1:30 p.m.

    9. - 13. Fall Break

    16.  No School  - Staff Development Day

    17.  Picture Retake Day - CMS GYM  

          mylifetouch.com  Picture Day ID:  BY217234Q1

    19.  CMS Fall Concert - Choir,  CHS Performing Arts Center 7:00 - 8:00 p.m.

    25.  Rosicrucian Museum - Grade 6 , All Day

    27.  Rosicrucian Museum - Grade 6 , All Day

    27.  Halloween Dance - CMS GYM, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

     

    NOVEMBER

     

    2.  Midsummer Night’s Dream, Habitat Amphitheater 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.

    3.  Chinatown Trip - All Day

    3.  End of Trimester 1 - Cycle & Wheel Change

    4.  Midsummer Night’s Dream, Habitat Amphitheater 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.

    8.  Walk/Ride to School Day

    10.  Veteran’s Day - School Closed

    22 - 24. Thanksgiving Break - School Closed

    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.


    File attachments:
    La Carta Del Viernes 9.15.17.docx

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