• Halloween:

    Wednesday, October 31, CMS will celebrate Halloween!  Enjoy the day by following these guidelines:

    • Make sure your costume is appropriate for school.
    • The school dress code will be in effect for all students (refer to p. 14 in student handbook) ...All clothing must cover undergarments and the areas they are intended to cover when standing, sitting, squatting, or bending at the waist...The staff and administration reserve the right to determine whether clothing is appropriate for the school setting.
    • Hair and makeup must be completed at home (not in school bathrooms). Do not bring these items to school.
    • Masks may not fully cover the face or head.   
    • No weapons, real or fake, of any kind are allowed.
    • Keep your props to a minimum
    • If you are not sure whether or not your costume is appropriate, it probably isn’t!  Students who come to school with inappropriate costumes will be asked to change.
    • Costumes must celebrate the spirit of Halloween fun.  Costumes should never be used to intimidate others.

    Let’s make this Halloween a true CMS festivity! Go Bears, Ghouls, and Goblins!

    Fall Family Night - Multicultural event
    Nov 2   4:00-6:00 pm
    Volunteers Needed!
    This multicultural event showcases food, music, dance, arts, and crafts from around the globe.
    Would you like to share your culture with the CMS community? CMS-PTO needs your help for this annual Fall Family Night. If you would like to volunteer, please sign up here.

    We are looking for parent and student volunteers to host booths representing their own or any country. You can prepare bite-size food for sampling (a crowd favorite!), lead a craft activity, teach some basic greetings in your native language, teach a few dance steps, show art, or share other aspects of your culture!

    CMS-PTO will provide tables, chairs, and reimburse up to $100 in expenses for each booth. If you need additional people to assist in your booth, we’ll find you help or help you ourselves! Visit www.cms-pto.org or email programs@cms-pto.org if you have any questions.

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  • Homework Center:

    CMS offers a Homework Center Monday through Thursday from 3:00 - 4:00 in the school library starting August 27. The Homework Center is supervised by a teacher, and students will have access to technology and the necessary resources to complete assignments. The Homework Center is offered on a drop-in basis; no registration is necessary. Arrangements should be made so that students are picked up or walk directly home no later than 4:00 as there is no campus supervision after that time.


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    Parents, if you are in the car driving near ANY school between 7:30-9:30 in the morning or between 2:30-4:30 in the afternoons, SLOW DOWN and watch for students walking and rolling.  It’s suggested to slow down to even 15 mph around schools.  Every child and adult walking and rolling on the street is one less car on the roads.  Be respectful of the time it takes for them to move across your path.  Keep in mind that children are careless and unpredictable sometimes, so you must be extra careful when driving near them.

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