Kevin Biskup , 7 days ago
Parents and Guardians, Part of our return to learning plan requires us to administer benchmark assessments on all of our students in the first nine weeks of school and during the last nine weeks of school. We wanted to inform all of our parents that our students will be using a familiar assessment in NWEA to meet this testing requirement. Beginning the week of September 21st (next week) your child will be remotely participating in the NWEA assessments in the core subject areas of ELA and math. ELA testing will take place during the week of September 21st and math testing will take place during the week of September 28th. For more information on NWEA testing please check your email that is linked to Skyward for a parent letter and see the link below for the NWEA family tool kit. If you have any questions about NWEA testing please contact the main office at 686-7640. https://www.nwea.org/the-map-suite/family-toolkit/
Kevin Biskup , 14 days ago
CMMS girls interested in playing Volleyball, tryouts will be held at the CMMS gym this week at the following times: Thursday 5-7 pm Friday 4-6 pm All levels are the same times @CMMS. Please make sure to have your physical or health questionnaire if you turned in a physical last year. Participation fees will be collected after the teams are selected. You must bring your own labeled water bottle and you must wear a face mask the entire time. Only student athletes and coaches will be allowed inside the gym.
Kevin Biskup , 14 days ago
CMMS Pompon tryout information: Tryouts begin Monday (8/14), Tuesday (8/15), from 5:30-7:30 and Wednesday (8/16) starting at 5:45 all behind CMMS by the tennis courts. Any questions about tryouts and for a tryout packet can be sent to email@example.com.
Renee Mrozinski , 14 days ago
With Bobcat Pride, Christa McAuliffe Middle School announces Honors ELA student, Kaya Clickner, as one in only ten winners of Scholastic’s nationwide “Bilan Writing Contest!” Kaya’s writing was a response to the nonfiction article, “I Live in a Refugee Camp: Come Into My World.” This powerful article shares the story of fifteen year old Bilan, a refugee who left her home in Somalia and moved to the Kobe refugee camp in Ethiopia. The article focuses on the reasons Bilan and others have become refugees and how their lives have changed because of their experiences. In response to the article, Kaya composed an essay describing how Bilan became a refugee, what her life is like in the Kobe camp, and what’s being done to help refugees like her. Kaya received a letter from Scholastic over the summer that congratulated her as being a winner of the contest and included the message, “We loved your detailed and well written essay regarding Bilan’s experience in the Kobe refugee camp. You wrote in such a way that the reader was really able to understand and empathize with Bilan’s situation. Furthermore, you included a strong introduction that really hooked the reader! Excellent work!” Kaya’s prize for winning the Bilan Writing Contest was the book Other Words for Home by Jasmine Warga. Congratulations to Kaya! The dedication you have shown in researching, drafting, revising, rewriting, and editing your essay demonstrates many of your strong character traits and talents. We look forward to watching you continue to grow and leave your legacy as a leader at Christa McAuliffe Middle School.
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