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    Friday, June 7th

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!

    Safety Tips: Every Day CMS, it’s so important for you to be aware of your surroundings when walking or rolling in the neighborhood.

    Tip #1: When you cross any street, make sure to make eye contact with drivers so that you know they are fully aware of your presence.

    Tip #2: Be mindful of the rules of the road and keep to your designated space, like sidewalks and crosswalks, to be safe!

    Go Bears!

    Bell Schedule for the Last Week of School:

    • Friday, June 7th:            8:10 - 11:40, Early Dismissal
    • Students will NOT be allowed to stay on campus after dismissal.

    Yearbooks: On sale now!

    • 60 dollars, cash, to Mr. Bauer in room 2.
    • Extra signing pages are $2.00.
    • Buy yours now before we run out!

    Message from the Cafeteria:  On the last two days of school, June 6th & 7th, only brunch will be served. Please be sure to pay all unpaid lunch account balances. Any money left in lunch accounts will remain there and will be available for use next school year.

    Used School Supplies:  

    Your school supplies can be reused and recycled instead of thrown away!

    All supplies: crayons, markers, pencils, erasers, sharpeners, and even backpacks are accepted. Generously donate lightly used school supplies in the bins located in the office and the library hallway. We will make sure all your supplies find a better home. Thank you from the team of the "Education Everywhere" organization.

    Lost & Found:  Students check the Lost & Found rack beside the office for shoes, jackets, water bottles, lunch bags, PE clothes, and more!  

    Enjoy a Happy & Healthy Summer!


    Thursday, June 6th

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!

    Safety Tips: Every Day CMS, it’s so important for you to be aware of your surroundings when walking or rolling in the neighborhood.

    Tip #1: When you cross any street, make sure to make eye contact with drivers so that you know they are fully aware of your presence.

    Tip #2: Be mindful of the rules of the road and keep to your designated space, like sidewalks and crosswalks, to be safe!

    Go Bears!

    Bell Schedule for the Last Week of School:

    • Thursday, June 6th:       8:10 - 11:40, Early Dismissal
    • Friday, June 7th:            8:10 - 11:40, Early Dismissal
    • Students will NOT be allowed to stay on campus after dismissal.

    Yearbooks: On sale now!

    • 60 dollars, cash, to Mr. Bauer in room 2.
    • Extra signing pages are $2.00.
    • Buy yours now before we run out!

    8th Grade iPad Collection:

    Family Owned iPads: Check in with Mr. Sulgit in Room 26 at brunch or lunch this week to ensure your device is released from the school management.

    School Owned iPads: May be returned at brunch or lunch in Room 26.

    8th graders are expected to return:

    • iPad in Case
    • Working Charger
    • Working Lightning Cable
    • If the original cable and/or charger that was provided is broken or lost the student is expected to provide a working replacement.

    The devices will be factory reset at the time they are returned.

    If the assigned device is Lost or Broken you still need to check in with Mr. Sulgit in Room 26; please demonstrate your Bear Pride by going to see him so he doesn't have to go to you.

    Message from the Cafeteria:  On the last two days of school, June 6th & 7th, only brunch will be served. Please be sure to pay all unpaid lunch account balances by June 1st. Any money left in lunch accounts will remain there and will be available for use next school year.

    Used School Supplies:  

    Your school supplies can be reused and recycled instead of thrown away! All supplies: crayons, markers, pencils, erasers, sharpeners, and even backpacks are accepted.

    Generously donate lightly used school supplies in the bins located in the office and the library hallway. We will make sure all your supplies find a better home. Thank you from the team of the "Education Everywhere" organization.

    Lost & Found:  Students check the Lost & Found rack beside the office for shoes, jackets, water bottles, lunch bags, PE clothes, and more!  

    Attention 8th Graders:  If you are interested in playing High School football refer to these links.

    Fremont High School:  Link Here                   Homestead High School:  Link Here


    Wednesday, June 5th

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!

    Safety Tips: Every Day CMS, it’s so important for you to be aware of your surroundings when walking or rolling in the neighborhood.

    Tip #1: When you cross any street, make sure to make eye contact with drivers so that you know they are fully aware of your presence.

    Tip #2: Be mindful of the rules of the road and keep to your designated space, like sidewalks and crosswalks, to be safe!

    Go Bears!

    Bell Schedule for the Last Week of School:

    • Wednesday, June 5th:   9:35 - 2:54, all 7 periods
    • Thursday, June 6th:       8:10 - 11:40, Early Dismissal
    • Friday, June 7th:            8:10 - 11:40, Early Dismissal
    • Students will NOT be allowed to stay on campus after dismissal.

    Yearbooks: On sale now!

    • 60 dollars, cash, to Mr. Bauer in room 2.
    • Extra signing pages are $2.00.
    • Buy yours now before we run out!

    8th Grade iPad Collection:

    Family Owned iPads: Check in with Mr. Sulgit in Room 26 at brunch or lunch this week to ensure your device is released from the school management.

    School Owned iPads: May be returned at brunch or lunch in Room 26.

    8th graders are expected to return:

    • iPad in Case
    • Working Charger
    • Working Lightning Cable
    • If the original cable and/or charger that was provided is broken or lost the student is expected to provide a working replacement.

    The devices will be factory reset at the time they are returned.

    If the assigned device is Lost or Broken you still need to check in with Mr. Sulgit in Room 26; please demonstrate your Bear Pride by going to see him so he doesn't have to go to you.

    Message from the Cafeteria:  On the last two days of school, June 6th & 7th, only brunch will be served. Please be sure to pay all unpaid lunch account balances by June 1st. Any money left in lunch accounts will remain there and will be available for use next school year.

    Used School Supplies:  

    Your school supplies can be reused and recycled instead of thrown away! All supplies: crayons, markers, pencils, erasers, sharpeners, and even backpacks are accepted.

    Generously donate lightly used school supplies in the bins located in the office and the library hallway. We will make sure all your supplies find a better home. Thank you from the team of the "Education Everywhere" organization.

    Lost & Found:  Students check the Lost & Found rack beside the office for shoes, jackets, water bottles, lunch bags, PE clothes, and more!  

    Attention 8th Graders:  If you are interested in playing High School football refer to these links.

    Fremont High School:  Link Here                   Homestead High School:  Link Here


    Tuesday, June 4th

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!

    Safety Tips: Every Day CMS, it’s so important for you to be aware of your surroundings when walking or rolling in the neighborhood.

    Tip #1: When you cross any street, make sure to make eye contact with drivers so that you know they are fully aware of your presence.

    Tip #2: Be mindful of the rules of the road and keep to your designated space, like sidewalks and crosswalks, to be safe!

    Go Bears!

    Bell Schedule for the Last Week of School:

    • Tuesday, June 4th 8:10 - 2:54
    • Wednesday, June 5th: 9:35 - 2:54, all 7 periods
    • Thursday, June 6th: 8:10 - 11:40, Early Dismissal
    • Friday, June 7th: 8:10 - 11:40, Early Dismissal
    • Students will NOT be allowed to stay on campus after dismissal on those two days.

    Yearbooks: On sale now!

    • 60 dollars, cash, to Mr. Bauer in room 2.
    • Extra signing pages are $2.00.
    • Buy yours now before we run out!

     

    8th Grade iPad Collection:

    Family Owned iPads: Check in with Mr. Sulgit in Room 26 at brunch or lunch this week to ensure your device is released from the school management.

    School Owned iPads: May be returned at brunch or lunch in Room 26.

    8th graders are expected to return:

    • iPad in Case
    • Working Charger
    • Working Lightning Cable
    • If the original cable and/or charger that was provided is broken or lost the student is expected to provide a working replacement.

    The devices will be factory reset at the time they are returned.

    If the assigned device is Lost or Broken you still need to check in with Mr. Sulgit in Room 26; please demonstrate your Bear Pride by going to see him so he doesn't have to go to you.

     

    Message from the Cafeteria:  On the last two days of school, June 6th & 7th, only brunch will be served. Please be sure to pay all unpaid lunch account balances by June 1st. Any money left in lunch accounts will remain there and will be available for use next school year.

    Used School Supplies:  

    Your school supplies can be reused and recycled instead of thrown away!

    All supplies: crayons, markers, pencils, erasers, sharpeners, and even backpacks are accepted. Generously donate lightly used school supplies in the bins located in the office and the library hallway. We will make sure all your supplies find a better home. Thank you from the team of the "Education Everywhere" organization.

    Lost & Found:  Students check the Lost & Found rack beside the office for shoes, jackets, water bottles, lunch bags, PE clothes, and more!  
    Attention 8th Graders:  If you are interested in playing football 
    refer to these links.

    Fremont High School:  Link Here                   Homestead High School:  Link Here


    Monday, June 3rd

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!

    Safety Tips: Every Day CMS, it’s so important for you to be aware of your surroundings when walking or rolling in the neighborhood.

    Tip #1: When you cross any street, make sure to make eye contact with drivers so that you know they are fully aware of your presence.

    Tip #2: Be mindful of the rules of the road and keep to your designated space, like sidewalks and crosswalks, to be safe!

    Go Bears!

    Bell Schedule for the Last Week of School:

    • Monday, June 3rd: 8:10 - 2:54
    • Tuesday, June 4th 8:10 - 2:54
    • Wednesday, June 5th: 9:35 - 2:54, all 7 periods
    • Thursday, June 6th: 8:10 - 11:40, Early Dismissal
    • Friday, June 7th: 8:10 - 11:40, Early Dismissal
    • Students will NOT be allowed to stay on campus after dismissal on those two days.  

    8th Grade iPad Collection:

    Family Owned iPads: Check in with Mr. Sulgit in Room 26 at brunch or lunch this week to ensure your device is released from the school management.

    School Owned iPads: May be returned at brunch or lunch in Room 26.

    8th graders are expected to return:

    • iPad in Case
    • Working Charger
    • Working Lightning Cable
    • If the original cable and/or charger that was provided is broken or lost the student is expected to provide a working replacement.

    The devices will be factory reset at the time they are returned.

    If the assigned device is Lost or Broken you still need to check in with Mr. Sulgit in Room 26; please demonstrate your Bear Pride by going to see him so he doesn't have to go to you.

    Message from the Cafeteria:  On the last two days of school, June 6th & 7th, only brunch will be served. Please be sure to pay all unpaid lunch account balances by June 1st. Any money left in lunch accounts will remain there and will be available for use next school year.

    Used School Supplies:  

    Your school supplies can be reused and recycled instead of thrown away!

    All supplies: crayons, markers, pencils, erasers, sharpeners, and even backpacks are accepted. Generously donate lightly used school supplies in the bins located in the office and the library hallway.

    We will make sure all your supplies find a better home. Thank you from the team of the "Education Everywhere" organization.

    Lost & Found:  Students check the Lost & Found rack beside the office for shoes, jackets, water bottles, lunch bags, PE clothes, and more!  

    Yearbooks: On sale now!

    • 60 dollars, cash, to Mr. Bauer in room 2.
    • Extra signing pages are $2.00.
    • Buy yours now before we run out!

    Attention 8th Graders:  If you are interested in playing football refer to these links.

    Fremont High School:  Link Here                   Homestead High School:  Link Here

    After School Sports: After School Sports Awards, TODAY!, Monday, June 3rd, Event Center, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

    Clubs:

    Monday

    Lunch

    Students Partner with Veterans (every other week)

    21

       

    Classic New York Hip-Hop Club

    35

       

    Yu-Gi-Oh

    53

       

    Book Club

    1

       

    Dance Club

    25

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Speech and Debate

    2

       

    FBLA

    36 and 40

    Tuesday

    Lunch

    Metalshop / Mountain Bike Club

    57

       

    Table Tennis

    Event Center Stage

       

    Chess

    17

       

    DIY and stuff like that

    19

       

    Room Planner Club

    8

       

    Garden Club

    Jay's Garden

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51


    Friday, May 31st

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!

    Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations of:

    Be Safe: leave campus at the last bell unless you are participating in a sport or have an after-school activity.

    Be Respectful: wait until you are off campus to use your phone.

    Be Responsible: devices are kept in student’s backpack before school, after school, brunch, and lunch time.

    Go Bears!

    8th Grade iPad Collection:

    Family Owned iPads: Check in with Mr. Sulgit in Room 26 at brunch or lunch this week to ensure your device is released from the school management.

    School Owned iPads: May be returned at brunch or lunch in Room 26.

    8th graders are expected to return:

    • iPad in Case
    • Working Charger
    • Working Lightning Cable
    • If the original cable and/or charger that was provided is broken or lost the student is expected to provide a working replacement.

    The devices will be factory reset at the time they are returned.

    If the assigned device is Lost or Broken you still need to check in with Mr. Sulgit in Room 26; please demonstrate your Bear Pride by going to see him so he doesn't have to go to you.

    8th Grade Promotion Party: TODAY! Friday, May 31st, 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

    • Appropriate school attire is required for the party.
    • All regular dance rules apply.
    • Students must present their school ID to be allowed entrance into the party. A replacement ID can be purchased in the office for $5 .
    • There will be a coat check room open throughout the party. Students should not bring valuables (yearbooks, cell phones, cameras, money, etc.).  
    • Cell phones will not be allowed in the party area.  
    • No money is needed for the party, everything was paid for with your generous contributions.

    From the Grad Party Organizers:

    • Entrance is at the gate near the office, by the bus circle.
    • Bring your student ID to enter the party
    • You will receive a VIP card at the entrance. This card is needed for ice cream and donuts.
    • Campus will be locked at 7:30 and no student is allowed to leave the campus before 9:30.

    The party will feature:

    • an exciting new DJ (please show Bear Pride by respectfully keeping hands off his equipment)
    • movies
    • Basketball, Ping Pong, & Foosball
    • a Photo booth for capturing fun moments
    • Henna
    • Snacks & dessert

    Arrive at the party no later than 7:30 pm; the gate will be unattended after this time.

    Eat dinner before coming to the party. Party foods will consist of only snacks and dessert.  

    Promotion Party Pick up: 9:30 p.m. please be prompt in picking up your student. Our volunteers and chaperones will be ready to return home to their families after hosting an exciting evening with your children.  Like every other school dance, students cannot leave earlier than 9:30 pm. Please plan accordingly.

    The last song plays at 9:15 pm to give students time to say goodbye. Please pick up your student promptly at 9:30 pm even if they ask for a later pick up.

    Many thanks to the Parents and Families of CMS for their efforts in making the Promotion Party an extra special celebration! Thank you all for supporting the CMS class of 2019!

    Message from the Cafeteria:  On the last two days of school, June 6th & 7th, only brunch will be served. Please be sure to pay all unpaid lunch account balances by June 1st. Any money left in lunch accounts will remain there and will be available for use next school year.

    Used School Supplies:  

    Your school supplies can be reused and recycled instead of thrown away!

    All supplies: crayons, markers, pencils, erasers, sharpeners, and even backpacks are accepted.

    Generously donate lightly used school supplies in the bins located in the office and the library hallway.

    We will make sure all your supplies find a better home. Thank you from the team of the "Education Everywhere" organization.

    Lost & Found:  Check the Lost & Found rack beside the office for shoes, jackets, water bottles, lunch bags, PE clothes, and more!  Items will be collected each Friday then stored in the office for one week.

    Yearbooks: On sale now!

    • 60 dollars, cash, to Mr. Bauer in room 2.
    • Extra signing pages are $2.00.
    • Buy yours now before we run out!

    Attention 8th Graders:  If you are interested in playing football refer to these links.

    Fremont High School:  Link Here                   Homestead High School:  Link Here

    After School Sports: After School Sports Awards, Monday, June 3rd, Event Center, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

    Clubs:

    Friday

    Lunch

    (No Clubs - Bear Pride Friday in the Quad)

     
       

    Dungeons and Dragons Club

    3

     

    After School

    League of Legends (once per month)

    22

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    Office

     

    Monday

    Lunch

    Students Partner with Veterans (every other week)

    21

       

    Classic New York Hip-Hop Club

    35

       

    Yu-Gi-Oh

    53

       

    Book Club

    1

       

    Dance Club

    25

       

    Nintendo Club

    38

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Speech and Debate

    2

       

    FBLA

    36 and 40


    Thursday, May 30th

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!

    Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations of:

    Be Safe: leave campus at the last bell unless you are participating in a sport or have an after-school activity.

    Be Respectful: wait until you are off campus to use your phone.

    Be Responsible: devices are kept in student’s backpack before school, after school, brunch, and lunch time.

    Go Bears!

    8th Grade iPad Collection:

    Family Owned iPads: Check in with Mr. Sulgit in Room 26 at brunch or lunch this week to ensure your device is released from the school management.

    School Owned iPads: May be returned at brunch or lunch in Room 26.

    8th graders are expected to return:

    • iPad in Case
    • Working Charger
    • Working Lightning Cable
    • If the original cable and/or charger that was provided is broken or lost the student is expected to provide a working replacement.

    The devices will be factory reset at the time they are returned.

    If the assigned device is Lost or Broken you still need to check in with Mr. Sulgit in Room 26; please demonstrate your Bear Pride by going to see him so he doesn't have to go to you.

    8th Grade Promotion Party: TOMORROW! Friday, May 31st, 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

    • Appropriate school attire is required for the party.
    • All regular dance rules apply.
    • Students must present their school ID to be allowed entrance into the party. A replacement ID can be purchased in the office for $5 .
    • There will be a coat check room open throughout the party. Students should not bring valuables (yearbooks, cell phones, cameras, money, etc.).  
    • Cell phones will not be allowed in the party area.  
    • No money is needed for the party, everything was paid for with your generous contributions.

    From the Grad Party Organizers:

    • Entrance is at the gate near the office, by the bus circle.
    • Bring your student ID to enter the party
    • You will receive a VIP card at the entrance. This card is needed for ice cream and donuts.
    • Campus will be locked at 7:30 and no student is allowed to leave the campus before 9:30.

    The party will feature:

    • an exciting new DJ (please show Bear Pride by respectfully keeping hands off his equipment)
    • movies
    • Basketball, Ping Pong, & Foosball
    • a Photo booth for capturing fun moments
    • Henna
    • Snacks & dessert

    Arrive at the party no later than 7:30 pm; the gate will be unattended after this time.

    Eat dinner before coming to the party. Party foods will consist of only snacks and dessert.  

    Promotion Party Pick up: 9:30 p.m. please be prompt in picking up your student. Our volunteers and chaperones will be ready to return home to their families after hosting an exciting evening with your children.  Like every other school dance, students cannot leave earlier than 9:30 pm. Please plan accordingly.

    The last song plays at 9:15 pm to give students time to say goodbye. Please pick up your student promptly at 9:30 pm even if they ask for a later pick up.

    Many thanks to the Parents and Families of CMS for their efforts in making the Promotion Party an extra special celebration! Thank you all for supporting the CMS class of 2019!

    Improv Team:  Spring Comedy Show

    Why did the chicken cross the road?.....................To get to the improv comedy show!

    Come see the CMS Improv Comedy team perform in their spring comedy show! Laugh out loud as we treat you to an evening of laughs, jokes, and puns.

    The show will take place in the quad TODAY! Thursday, May 30th from 6-7 pm.

    Tickets are free, but donations are accepted!"

    See you there!

    Message from the Cafeteria:  On the last two days of school, June 6th & 7th, only brunch will be served. Please be sure to pay all unpaid lunch account balances by June 1st. Any money left in lunch accounts will remain there and will be available for use next school year.

    Used School Supplies:  Your school supplies can be reused and recycled instead of thrown away!

    All supplies: crayons, markers, pencils, erasers, sharpeners, and even backpacks are accepted.

    Generously donate lightly used school supplies in the bins located in the office and the library hallway.

    We will make sure all your supplies find a better home. Thank you from the team of the "Education Everywhere" organization.

    Lost & Found:  Check the Lost & Found rack beside the office for shoes, jackets, water bottles, lunch bags, PE clothes, and more!  Items will be collected each Friday then stored in the office for one week.

    Yearbooks: On sale now!

    • 60 dollars, cash, to Mr. Bauer in room 2.
    • Extra signing pages are $2.00.
    • Buy yours now before we run out!

    Attention 8th Graders:  If you are interested in playing football refer to these links.

    Fremont High School:  Link Here                   Homestead High School:  Link Here

    After School Sports: After School Sports Awards, Monday, June 3rd, Event Center, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

    Clubs:

    Thursday

    Lunch

    Shogi Club

    8

       

    Anime Club

    35

       

    Arting

    51

       

    Feminism Club

    29

       

    Rubik's Cube Club

    22

     

    After School

    Improv Comedy Team

    Library

       

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

    Friday

    Lunch

    (No Clubs - Bear Pride Friday in the Quad)

     
       

    Dungeons and Dragons Club

    3

     

    After School

    League of Legends (once per month)

    22

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    Office


    Wednesday, May 29th

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!

    Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations of:

    Be Safe: leave campus at the last bell unless you are participating in a sport or have an after-school activity.

    Be Respectful: wait until you are off campus to use your phone.

    Be Responsible: devices are kept in student’s backpack before school, after school, brunch, and lunch time.

    Go Bears!

    8th Grade iPad Collection:

    Family Owned iPads: Check in with Mr. Sulgit in Room 26 at brunch or lunch this week to ensure your device is released from the school management.

    School Owned iPads: May be returned at brunch or lunch in Room 26.

    8th graders are expected to return:

    • iPad in Case
    • Working Charger
    • Working Lightning Cable
    • If the original cable and/or charger that was provided is broken or lost the student is expected to provide a working replacement.

    The devices will be factory reset at the time they are returned.

    If the assigned device is Lost or Broken you still need to check in with Mr. Sulgit in Room 26; please demonstrate your Bear Pride by going to see him so he doesn't have to go to you.

    8th Grade Promotion Party: Friday, May 31st, 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

    • Appropriate school attire is required for the party.
    • All regular dance rules apply.
    • Students must present their school ID to be allowed entrance into the party. A replacement ID can be purchased in the office for $5 .
    • There will be a coat check room open throughout the party. Students should not bring valuables (yearbooks, cell phones, cameras, money, etc.).  
    • Cell phones will not be allowed in the party area.  
    • No money is needed for the party, everything was paid for with your generous contributions.

    From the Grad Party Organizers:

    • Entrance is at the gate near the office, by the bus circle.
    • Bring your student ID to enter the party
    • You will receive a VIP card at the entrance. This card is needed for ice cream and donuts.
    • Campus will be locked at 7:30 and no student is allowed to leave the campus before 9:30.

    The party will feature:

    • an exciting new DJ (please show Bear Pride by respectfully keeping hands off his equipment)
    • movies
    • Basketball, Ping Pong, & Foosball
    • a Photo booth for capturing fun moments
    • Henna
    • Snacks & dessert

    Arrive at the party no later than 7:30 pm the gate will be unattended after this time.

    Eat dinner before coming to the party. Party foods will consist of only snacks and dessert.  

    Promotion Party Pick up: 9:30 p.m. please be prompt in picking up your student. Our volunteers and chaperones will be ready to return home to their families after hosting an exciting evening with your children.  Like every other school dance, students cannot leave earlier than 9:30 pm. Please plan accordingly.

    The last song plays at 9:15 pm to give students time to say goodbye. Please pick up your student promptly at 9:30 pm even if they ask for a later pick up.

    Many thanks to the Parents and Families of CMS for their efforts in making the Promotion Party an extra special celebration! Thank you all for supporting the CMS class of 2019!

    Improv Team:  Spring Comedy Show

    Why did the chicken cross the road?.....................To get to the improv comedy show!

    Come see the CMS Improv Comedy team perform in their spring comedy show! Laugh out loud as we treat you to an evening of laughs, jokes, and puns.

    The show will take place in the quad TODAY! Wednesday, May 29th and TOMORROW! Thursday, May 30th from 6-7 pm.

    Tickets are free, but donations are accepted!"  See you there!

    Message from the Cafeteria:  On the last two days of school, June 6th & 7th, only brunch will be served. Please be sure to pay all unpaid lunch account balances by June 1st. Any money left in lunch accounts will remain there and will be available for use next school year.

    Used School Supplies:  Your school supplies can be reused and recycled instead of thrown away!

    All supplies: crayons, markers, pencils, erasers, sharpeners, and even backpacks are accepted.

    Generously donate lightly used school supplies in the bins located in the office and the library hallway. We will make sure all your supplies find a better home.

    Thank you from the team of the "Education Everywhere" organization.

    NJHS:  

    If you were not able to attend the NJHS Induction Ceremony, you may pick up your NJHS Certificate in Room 29 from Mr. Phillips.

    Lost & Found:  Check the Lost & Found rack beside the office for shoes, jackets, water bottles, lunch bags, PE clothes, and more!  Items will be collected each Friday then stored in the office for one week.

    2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award:

    If you submitted artwork please collect your piece from the office right away.

    Yearbooks: On sale now!

    • 60 dollars, cash, to Mr. Bauer in room 2.
    • Extra signing pages are $2.00.
    • Buy yours now before we run out!

    Attention 8th Graders:  If you are interested in playing football refer to these links.

    Fremont High School:  Link Here                   Homestead High School:  Link Here

    After School Sports: After School Sports Awards, Monday, June 3rd, Event Center, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

    Clubs:

    Wednesday

    Lunch

    Origami Club

    30

       

    Magic, The Gathering Club

    29

       

    Swift Playgrounds

    22

       

    MicroController Club

    27

       

    Fandom

    1

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    22

    Thursday

    Lunch

    Shogi Club

    8

       

    Anime Club

    35

       

    Arting

    51

       

    Feminism Club

    29

       

    Rubik's Cube Club

    22

     

    After School

    Improv Comedy Team

    Library

       

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51


    Tuesday, May 28th

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!

    Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations of:

    Be Safe: leave campus at the last bell unless you are participating in a sport or have an after-school activity.

    Be Respectful: wait until you are off campus to use your phone.

    Be Responsible: devices are kept in student’s backpack before school, after school, brunch, and lunch time.

    Go Bears!

    8th Grade iPad Collection:

    Family Owned iPads: Check in with Mr. Sulgit at Room 26 at brunch or lunch this week to ensure your device is released from the school management.

    School Owned iPads: May be returned at brunch or lunch in Room 26.

    8th graders are expected to return:

    • iPad in Case
    • Working Charger
    • Working Lightning Cable
    • If the original cable and/or charger that was provided is broken or lost the student is expected to provide a working replacement.

    The devices will be factory reset at the time they are returned.

    If the assigned device is Lost or Broken you still need to check in with Mr. Sulgit in Room 26; please demonstrate your Bear Pride by going to see him so he doesn't have to go to you.

    8th Grade Promotion Party: Friday, May 31st, 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

    Appropriate school attire is required for the party. Students must have their school ID with them or they will not be allowed into the party. A replacement ID can be purchased in the office for $5 . There will be a coat check room open throughout the party. Students should not bring valuables (yearbooks, cell phones, cameras, money, etc.).  Cell phones will not be allowed in the party area. No money is needed for the party, everything was paid for with your generous contributions.

    From the Grad Party Organizers:

    • Dress as for a normal school day
    • Entrance is at the gate near the office, by the bus circle.
    • Bring your student ID to enter the party
    • You will receive a VIP card at the entrance. This card is needed for ice cream and donuts.
    • Campus will be locked at 7:30 and no student is allowed to leave before 9:30.

    The party will feature:

    • an exciting new DJ (please show Bear Pride by respectfully keeping hands off his equipment)
    • movies
    • Basketball, Ping Pong,  & Foosball
    • a Photo booth for capturing fun moments
    • Henna
    • Snacks & dessert

    Arrive at the party no later than 7:30 pm as there will not be someone to attend the gate after this point.

    Eat dinner before coming to the party. Party foods will consist of only snacks and dessert.  

    Promotion Party Pick up: 9:30 p.m. please be prompt in picking up your student. Our volunteers and chaperones will be ready to return home to their families after hosting an exciting evening with your children.  Like every other school dance, students cannot leave earlier than 9:30 pm. Please plan accordingly.

    The last song plays at 9:15 pm to give students time to say goodbye. Please pick up your student promptly at 9:30 pm even if they ask for a later pick up.

    Many thanks to the Parents and Families of CMS for their efforts in making the Promotion Party an extra special celebration!  Thank you all for supporting the CMS class of 2019!

    Improv Team:  Spring Comedy Show

    Why did the chicken cross the road?..........................To get to the improv comedy show!

    Come see the CMS Improv Comedy team perform in their spring comedy show! Laugh out loud as we treat you to an evening of laughs, jokes, and puns.

    The show will take place in the quad on Wednesday, May 29th and Thursday, May 30th from 6-7PM.

    See you there!

    Used School Supplies:  Your school supplies can be reused and recycled instead of thrown away!

    All supplies: crayons, markers, pencils, erasers, sharpeners, and even backpacks are accepted.

    Generously donate lightly used school supplies in the bins located in the office and the library hallway.

    We will make sure all your supplies find a better home.

    Thank you from the team of the "Education Everywhere" organization.

    NJHS:  

    If you were not able to attend the NJHS Induction Ceremony, you may pick up your NJHS Certificate in Room 29 from Mr. Phillips.

    Lost & Found:  Check the Lost & Found rack beside the office for shoes, jackets, water bottles, lunch bags, PE clothes, and more!  Items will be collected each Friday then stored in the office for one week.

    2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award:

    If you submitted artwork for the 2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award please collect your piece from the office right away.

    Yearbooks: On sale now!

    • 60 dollars, cash, to Mr. Bauer in room 2.
    • Extra signing pages are $2.00.
    • Buy yours now before we run out!

    Attention 8th Graders:  If you are interested in playing football refer to these links.

    Fremont High School:  Link Here                   Homestead High School:  Link Here

    Clubs:

    Tuesday

    Lunch

    Metalshop / Mountain Bike Club

    57

       

    Table Tennis

    Event Center Stage

       

    Chess

    17

       

    DIY and stuff like that

    19

       

    Room Planner Club

    8

       

    Garden Club

    Jay's Garden

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

           

    Wednesday

    Lunch

    Origami Club

    30

       

    Magic, The Gathering Club

    29

       

    Swift Playgrounds

    22

       

    MicroController Club

    27

       

    Fandom

    1

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    22


    Friday, May 24th

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!  Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations for Cyberspace:

    Be Safe:

    • Share and communicate only with those you know.

    Be Respectful:

    • Share only school appropriate material.

    Be Responsible:

    • Stay on task.
    • Use devices for school purposes only.
    • Bring charged device.

    Go Bears!

    Library Books Due: ALL CMS Library books are due back to the library no later than TODAY!, Friday, May 24th. Please see Mrs. Erskine in the library if you have lost a library book.

    Library schedule for Friday, May 24th: Due to presentations being held in the library all day, Friday, May 24th, the library will be open at brunch and lunch for printing and returning books only.

    Student & Staff Volleyball Game: The big game will be in the Event Center at Lunch TODAY!,  Friday, May 24th! Please make sure to head over to the event in an orderly fashion, and be prepared to follow directions from staff.  

    Improv Team:  Spring Comedy Show

    Why did the chicken cross the road?

    To get to the improv comedy show!

    Come see the CMS Improv Comedy team perform in their spring comedy show! Laugh out loud as we treat you to an evening of laughs, jokes, and puns.

    The show will take place in the quad on Wednesday, May 29th and Thursday, May 30th from 6-7PM.

    See you there!

    Used School Supplies:  Your school supplies can be reused and recycled instead of thrown away! All supplies: crayons, markers, pencils, erasers, sharpeners, and even backpacks are accepted.

    Generously donate lightly used school supplies in the bins located in the office and the library hallway. We will make sure all your supplies find a better home.

    Thank you from the team of the "Education Everywhere" organization.

    NJHS:  

    If you were not able to attend the NJHS Induction Ceremony, you may pick up your NJHS Certificate in Room 29 from Mr. Phillips.

    Lost & Found:  Check the Lost & Found rack beside the office for shoes, jackets, water bottles, lunch bags, PE clothes, and more!  Items will be collected each Friday then stored in the office for one week.

    2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art AwardIf you submitted artwork for the 2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award please collect your piece from the office right away.

    Yearbooks: On sale now!

    • 60 dollars, cash, to Mr. Bauer in room 2.
    • Extra signing pages are $2.00.
    • Buy yours now before we run out!

    Attention 8th Graders:  If you are interested in playing football refer to these links.

    Fremont High School:  Link Here                   Homestead High School:  Link Here

    Clubs:

    Friday

    Lunch

    (No Clubs - Bear Pride Friday in the Quad)

     
       

    Dungeons and Dragons Club

    3

     

    After School

    League of Legends (once per month)

    22

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    Office

     

    Monday

    Lunch

    Students Partner with Veterans (every other week)

    21

       

    Classic New York Hip-Hop Club

    35

       

    Yu-Gi-Oh

    53

       

    Book Club

    1

       

    Dance Club

    25

       

    Nintendo Club

    38

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Speech and Debate

    2

       

    FBLA

    36 and 40


    Thursday, May 23rd

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!  Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations for Cyberspace:

    Be Safe:

    • Share and communicate only with those you know.

    Be Respectful:

    • Share only school appropriate material.

    Be Responsible:

    • Stay on task.
    • Use devices for school purposes only.
    • Bring charged device.

    Go Bears!

    Multicultural Fair:  The CMS Multicultural Fair is TODAY!, May 23rd, in the quad! Stop by to explore all the unique cultures here at CMS and experience different types of food, interesting histories, engaging activities, music and more! All are welcome during brunch and lunch! In addition, you can be eligible to win a prize if you correctly answer all the challenging questions from each country! We hope to see you there!

    Student & Staff Volleyball Game: The big game will be in the Event Center at Lunch tomorrow,  Friday, May 24th! Please make sure to head over to the event in an orderly fashion, and be prepared to follow directions from staff.  

    Used School Supplies:  Your school supplies can be reused and recycled instead of thrown away!

    All supplies: crayons, markers, pencils, erasers, sharpeners and even backpacks are accepted. Generously donate lightly used school supplies in the bins located in the office and the library hallway.

    We will make sure all your supplies find a better home. Thank you from the team of the "Education Everywhere" organization.

    NJHS:  

    If you were not able to attend the NJHS Induction Ceremony, you may pick up your NJHS Certificate in Room 29 from Mr. Phillips.

    Library Books Due: ALL CMS Library books are due back to the library no later than tomorrow, Friday, May 24th. Please see Mrs. Erskine in the library if you have lost a library book.

    Lost & Found:  Check the Lost & Found rack beside the office for shoes, jackets, water bottles, lunch bags, PE clothes, and more!  Items will be collected each Friday then stored in the office for one week.

    2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award:

    If you submitted artwork for the 2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award please collect your piece from the office right away.

    Yearbooks: On sale now!

    • 60 dollars, cash, to Mr. Bauer in room 2.
    • Extra signing pages are $2.00.
    • Buy yours now before we run out!

    Attention 8th Graders:  If you are interested in playing football refer to these links.

    Fremont High School:  Link Here                   Homestead High School:  Link Here

    Clubs:

    Thursday

    Lunch

    Shogi Club

    8

       

    Anime Club

    35

       

    Arting

    51

       

    Feminism Club

    29

       

    Rubik's Cube Club

    22

     

    After School

    Improv Comedy Team

    Library

       

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

    Friday

    Lunch

    (No Clubs - Bear Pride Friday in the Quad)

     
       

    Dungeons and Dragons Club

    3

     

    After School

    League of Legends (once per month)

    22

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    Office


    Wednesday, May 22nd

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!  Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations for Cyberspace:

    Be Safe:

    • Share and communicate only with those you know.

    Be Respectful:

    • Share only school appropriate material.

    Be Responsible:

    • Stay on task.
    • Use devices for school purposes only.
    • Bring charged device.

    Go Bears!

    Multicultural Fair:  The CMS Multicultural Fair is tomorrow, May 23rd, in the quad! Stop by to explore all the unique cultures here at CMS and experience different types of food, interesting histories, engaging activities, music and more! All are welcome during brunch and lunch! In addition, you can be eligible to win a prize if you correctly answer all the challenging questions from each country! We hope to see you there!

    Student & Staff Volleyball Game: The big game will be in the Event Center at Lunch this Friday, May 24th!  Please make sure to head over to the event in an orderly fashion, and be prepared to follow directions from staff.  

    Used School Supplies:  

    Your school supplies can be reused and recycled instead of thrown away!

    All supplies: crayons, markers, pencils, erasers, sharpeners and even backpacks are accepted.

    Generously donate lightly used school supplies in the bins located in the office and the library hallway. We will make sure all your supplies find a better home.

    Thank you from the team of the "Education Everywhere" organization.

    NJHS:  

    If you were not able to attend the NJHS Induction Ceremony, you may pick up your NJHS Certificate in Room 29 from Mr. Phillips.

    Library Books Due: ALL CMS Library books are due back to the library no later than Friday, May 24th. Please see Mrs. Erskine in the library if you have lost a library book.

    Lost & Found:  Check the Lost & Found rack beside the office for shoes, jackets, water bottles, lunch bags, PE clothes, and more!  Items will be collected each Friday then stored in the office for one week.

    2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award:

    If you submitted artwork for the 2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award please collect your piece from the office right away.

    Yearbooks: On sale now!

    • 60 dollars, cash, to Mr. Bauer in room 2.
    • Extra signing pages are $2.00.
    • Buy yours now before we run out!

    Attention 8th Graders:  If you are interested in playing football refer to these links.

    Fremont High School:  Link Here                   Homestead High School:  Link Here

    Clubs:

    Wednesday

    Lunch

    Origami Club

    30

       

    Magic, The Gathering Club

    29

       

    Swift Playgrounds

    22

       

    Fandom

    1

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    22

    Thursday

    Lunch

    Shogi Club

    8

       

    Anime Club

    35

       

    Arting

    51

       

    Feminism Club

    29

       

    Rubik's Cube Club

    22

     

    After School

    Improv Comedy Team

    Library

       

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51


    Tuesday, May 21st

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!  Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations for Cyberspace:

    Be Safe:

    • Share and communicate only with those you know.

    Be Respectful:

    • Share only school appropriate material.

    Be Responsible:

    • Stay on task.
    • Use devices for school purposes only.
    • Bring charged device.

    Go Bears!

    Used School Supplies:  Do you want to donate lightly used school supplies? Do you want to make sure your school supplies are reused and recycled instead of thrown away?

    Generously donate lightly used school supplies in the bin in the office or the bin in the library hallway.

    We will take all supplies: crayons, markers, pencils, erasers, sharpeners, and even backpacks. We will make sure all your supplies find a better home.

    Thank you from the team of the "Education Everywhere" organization.

    Library Books Due: ALL CMS Library books are due back to the library no later than Friday, May 24th. Please see Mrs. Erskine in the library if you have lost a library book.

    Lost & Found:  Check the Lost & Found rack beside the office for shoes, jackets, water bottles, lunch bags, PE clothes, and more!  Items will be collected each Friday then stored in the office for one week.

    2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award:

    If you submitted artwork for the 2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award please collect your piece from the office right away.

    Yearbooks: On sale now!

    • 60 dollars, cash, to Mr. Bauer in room 2.
    • Extra signing pages are $2.00.
    • Buy yours now before we run out!

    Attention 8th Graders:  If you are interested in playing football refer to these links.

    Fremont High School:  Link Here                   Homestead High School:  Link Here

    After School Sports:

    Today, May 21st, County Finals at Leigh High School

    Clubs:

    Tuesday

    Lunch

    Metalshop / Mountain Bike Club

    57

       

    Table Tennis

    Event Center Stage

       

    Chess

    17

       

    DIY and stuff like that

    19

       

    Room Planner Club

    8

       

    Garden Club

    Jay's Garden

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

           

    Wednesday

    Lunch

    Origami Club

    30

       

    Magic, The Gathering Club

    29

       

    Swift Playgrounds

    22

       

    Fandom

    1

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    22


    Monday, May 20th

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!

    Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations:

    Be Safe, Be Respectful, and Be Responsible.

    To show Bear Pride, your iPad is off and stays in your backpack when you are on campus - this means during brunch and lunch along with before and after school. The only place you can use the iPad is in designated spots in the library at brunch and lunch.

    CMS, let’s show our Bear Pride!

    National Junior Honor Society: The CMS Induction Ceremony will be held TODAY! Monday, May 20, 2019, from  3:10 pm - 4:10 pm in the Event Center. Parents are welcome to attend.

    CMS has Talent!

    Come join us TODAY!, Monday, May 20th, in the Event Center at lunch to see all the fabulous talent at CMS. Dancers, singers, and maybe even a comedian will be there to entertain you. Doors will close 10 minutes after lunch starts. We hope to see you on Friday at the Event Center!

    Library Books Due: ALL CMS Library books are due back to the library no later than Friday, May 24th. Please see Mrs. Erskine in the library if you have lost a library book.

    Lost & Found:  Check the Lost & Found rack beside the office for shoes, jackets, water bottles, lunch bags, PE clothes, and more!  Items will be collected each Friday then stored in the office for one week.

    2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award:

    If you submitted artwork for the 2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award please collect your piece from the office right away.

    Yearbooks: On sale now!

    • 60 dollars, cash, to Mr. Bauer in room 2.
    • Extra signing pages are $2.00.
    • Buy yours now before we run out!

    Attention 8th Graders:  If you are interested in playing football refer to these links.

    Fremont High School:  Link Here                   Homestead High School:  Link Here

    After School Sports:

    Tuesday, May 21st, County Finals at Leigh High School

    Clubs:

    Monday

    Lunch

    Students Partner with Veterans (every other week)

    21

       

    Classic New York Hip-Hop Club

    35

       

    Yu-Gi-Oh

    53

       

    Book Club

    1

       

    Dance Club

    25

       

    Nintendo Club

    38

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Speech and Debate

    2

       

    FBLA

    36 and 40

    Tuesday

    Lunch

    Metalshop / Mountain Bike Club

    57

       

    Table Tennis

    Event Center Stage

       

    Chess

    17

       

    DIY and stuff like that

    19

       

    Room Planner Club

    8

       

    Garden Club

    Jay's Garden

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51


    Friday, May 17th

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!

    Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations:

    Be Safe, Be Respectful, and Be Responsible.

    To show Bear Pride, your iPad is off and stays in your backpack when you are on campus - this means during brunch and lunch along with before and after school. The only place you can use the iPad is in designated spots in the library at brunch and lunch.

    CMS, let’s show our Bear Pride!

    National Junior Honor Society: The CMS Induction Ceremony will be held on Monday, May 20, 2019, from  3:10 pm - 4:10 pm in the Event Center. Parents are welcome to attend.

    CMS has Talent!

    Come join us TODAY!, Friday, May 17th, and Monday, May 20th, in the Event Center, at lunch, to see all the fabulous talent at CMS. Dancers, singers, and maybe even a comedian will be there to entertain you. Doors will close 10 minutes after lunch starts. We hope to see you on Friday at the Event Center!

    Lost & Found:  Check the Lost & Found rack beside the office for shoes, jackets, water bottles, lunch bags, PE clothes, and more!  Items will be collected today, Friday, May 17th, then stored in the office for one week.

    2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award:

    If you submitted artwork for the 2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award please collect your piece from the office today, 5/17.

    Yearbooks: On sale now!

    • 60 dollars, cash, to Mr. Bauer in room 2.
    • Extra signing pages are $2.00.
    • Buy yours now before we run out!

    Attention 8th Graders

    If you are interested in playing football refer to these links.

    Fremont High School:  Link Here                   Homestead High School:  Link Here

    After School Sports:

    Clubs:

    Friday

    Lunch

    (No Clubs - Bear Pride Friday in the Quad)

     
       

    Dungeons and Dragons Club

    3

     

    After School

    League of Legends (once per month)

    22

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    Office

     

    Monday

    Lunch

    Students Partner with Veterans (every other week)

    21

       

    Classic New York Hip-Hop Club

    35

       

    Yu-Gi-Oh

    53

       

    Book Club

    1

       

    Dance Club

    25

       

    Nintendo Club

    38

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Speech and Debate

    2

       

    FBLA

    36 and 40


    Thursday, May 16th

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!

    Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations:

    Be Safe, Be Respectful, and Be Responsible.

    To show Bear Pride, your iPad is off and stays in your backpack when you are on campus - this means during brunch and lunch along with before and after school. The only place you can use the iPad is in designated spots in the library at brunch and lunch.

    CMS, let’s show our Bear Pride!

    National Junior Honor Society: The CMS Induction Ceremony will be held Monday, May 20, 2019, from  3:10 pm - 4:10 pm in the Event Center. Parents are welcome to attend.

    CMS has Talent!

    Come join us tomorrow, Friday, May 17th, and Monday, May 20th, in the Event Center at lunch to see all the fabulous talent at CMS. Dancers, singers, and maybe even a comedian will be there to entertain you. Doors will close 10 minutes after lunch starts. We hope to see you on Friday at the Event Center!

    Lost & Found:  Check the Lost & Found rack beside the office for shoes, jackets, water bottles, lunch bags, PE clothes, and more!  Items will be collected tomorrow,  Friday, May 17th then stored in the office for one week.

    2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award:

    If you submitted artwork for the 2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award please collect your piece from the office today, 5/16, or tomorrow, 5/17.

    Yearbooks: On sale now!

    • 60 dollars, cash, to Mr. Bauer in room 2.
    • Extra signing pages are $2.00.
    • Buy yours now before we run out!

    Attention 8th Graders:  If you are interested in playing football refer to these links.

    Fremont High School:  Link Here                   Homestead High School:  Link Here

    After School Sports:

    Clubs:

    Thursday

    Lunch

    Shogi Club

    8

       

    Anime Club

    35

       

    Arting

    51

       

    Feminism Club

    29

       

    Rubik's Cube Club

    22

     

    After School

    Improv Comedy Team

    Library

       

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

    Friday

    Lunch

    (No Clubs - Bear Pride Friday in the Quad)

     
       

    Dungeons and Dragons Club

    3

     

    After School

    League of Legends (once per month)

    22

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    Office


    Wednesday, May 15th

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!

    Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations:

    Be Safe, Be Respectful, and Be Responsible.

    To show Bear Pride, your iPad is off and stays in your backpack when you are on campus - this means during brunch and lunch along with before and after school. The only place you can use the iPad is in designated spots in the library at brunch and lunch.

    CMS, let’s show our Bear Pride!

    CMS has Talent!

    Come join us Friday, May 17th, and Monday, May 20th, in the Event Center at lunch to see all the fabulous talent at CMS. Dancers, singers, and maybe even a comedian will be there to entertain you. Doors will close 10 minutes after lunch starts. We hope to see you on Friday at the Event Center!

    Lost & Found:  Check the Lost & Found rack beside the office for shoes, jackets, water bottles, lunch bags, PE clothes, and more!  Items will be collected on  Friday, May 17th then stored in the office for one week.

    2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award:

    If you submitted artwork for the 2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award please collect your piece from the office by Friday, May 17th.

    Yearbooks: On sale now!

    • 60 dollars, cash, to Mr. Bauer in room 2.
    • Extra signing pages are $2.00.
    • Buy yours now before we run out!

    Attention 8th Graders:  If you are interested in playing football refer to these links.

    Fremont High School:  Link Here                   Homestead High School:  Link Here

     

    After School Sports:

    Track & Field:

    Today!, Wednesday, May 15th, League Finals @ Crittenden

    Clubs:

    Wednesday

    Lunch

    MathCounts / Math Olympiads

    31

       

    Origami Club

    30

       

    Magic, The Gathering Club

    29

       

    String Orchestra

    MU-2

       

    Swift Playgrounds

    22

       

    Fandom

    1

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    22

    Thursday

    Lunch

    Shogi Club

    8

       

    Anime Club

    35

       

    Arting

    51

       

    Feminism Club

    29

       

    Rubik's Cube Club

    22

     

    After School

    Improv Comedy Team

    Library

       

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51


    Tuesday, May 14th

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!

    Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations:

    Be Safe, Be Respectful, and Be Responsible.

    To show Bear Pride, your iPad is off and stays in your backpack when you are on campus - this means during brunch and lunch along with before and after school. The only place you can use the iPad is in designated spots in the library at brunch and lunch.

    CMS, let’s show our Bear Pride!

    Lost & Found:  Check the Lost & Found rack beside the office for shoes, jackets, water bottles, lunch bags, PE clothes, and more!  Items will be collected on  Friday, May 17th then stored in the office for one week.

    2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award:

    If you submitted artwork for the 2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award please collect your piece from the office by Friday, May 17th.

    Yearbooks: On sale now!

    • 60 dollars, cash, to Mr. Bauer in room 2.
    • Extra signing pages are $2.00.
    • Buy yours now before we run out!

    Attention 8th Graders:  If you are interested in playing football refer to these links.

    Fremont High School:  Link Here                   Homestead High School:  Link Here

    Student Council Fundraiser:

    TODAY!, Tuesday, May 14th, 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm, Chipotle Mexican Grill, 20688 Homestead Rd.

    Join other CMS families to support the CMS Student Council and enjoy Chipotle!

    Mention Cupertino Middle School and Chipotle will donate part of their proceeds to CMS. Thanks for supporting our school!

    After School Sports:

    Track & Field:

    Today!, May 14th & Wednesday, May 15th, League Finals @ Crittenden

    Clubs:

    Tuesday

    Lunch

    Metalshop / Mountain Bike Club

    57

       

    Table Tennis

    Event Center Stage

       

    Chess

    17

       

    DIY and stuff like that

    19

       

    Room Planner Club

    8

       

    Garden Club

    Jay's Garden

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

       

    Mathcounts / Math Olympiads

    31



         

    Wednesday

    Lunch

    MathCounts / Math Olympiads

    31

       

    Origami Club

    30

       

    Magic, The Gathering Club

    29

       

    String Orchestra

    MU-2

       

    Swift Playgrounds

    22

       

    Fandom

    1

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    22


    Monday, May 13th

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!

    Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations:

    Be Safe, Be Respectful, and Be Responsible.

    To show Bear Pride, your iPad is off and stays in your backpack when you are on campus - this means during brunch and lunch along with before and after school. The only place you can use the iPad is in designated spots in the library at brunch and lunch.

    CMS, let’s show our Bear Pride!

    Lost & Found:  Check the Lost & Found rack beside the office for shoes, jackets, water bottles, lunch bags, PE clothes, and more!  Items will be collected on  Friday, May 17th then stored in the office for one week.

    Yearbooks: On sale now!

    • 60 dollars, cash, to Mr. Bauer in room 2.
    • Extra signing pages are $2.00.
    • Buy yours now before we run out!

    Attention 8th Graders:   Promotion Artwork: Due TODAY!

    All students interested in submitting their original artwork for the 8th Grade Promotion Program cover need to submit artwork to the office or Room 51 TODAY!, Monday, May 13th.  The picture must have ‘CMS’ or ‘Cupertino Middle School’ and the graduation year ‘2019’ prominently featured. It must also fit on an 5 1/2 by 8 1/2 sheet of paper. This will NOT be reproduced in color, so high contrast or black and white artwork is preferred. Please include your first and last name, and grade level on the BACK of the artwork.

    Attention 8th Graders:  If you are interested in playing football refer to these links.

    Fremont High School:  Link Here                   Homestead High School:  Link Here

    Student Council Fundraiser:

    TOMORROW!, Tuesday, May 14th, 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm, Chipotle Mexican Grill, 20688 Homestead Rd.

    Join other CMS families to support the CMS Student Council and enjoy Chipotle!

    Mention Cupertino Middle School and Chipotle will donate part of their proceeds to CMS. Thanks for supporting our school!

    After School Sports:

    Track & Field:

    Tomorrow!, May 14th & Wednesday, May 15th, League Finals @ Crittenden

    Clubs:

    Monday

    Lunch

    Students Partner with Veterans (every other week)

    21

       

    Classic New York Hip-Hop Club

    35

       

    Yu-Gi-Oh

    53

       

    Book Club

    1

       

    Advanced Strings

    MU2

       

    Dance Club

    25

       

    Nintendo Club

    38

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Speech and Debate

    2

       

    FBLA

    36 and 40

           

    Tuesday

    Lunch

    Metalshop / Mountain Bike Club

    57

       

    Table Tennis

    Event Center Stage

       

    Chess

    17

       

    DIY and stuff like that

    19

       

    Room Planner Club

    8

       

    Garden Club

    Jay's Garden

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

       

    Mathcounts / Math Olympiads

    31


    Friday, May 10th

    Bear Pride:

    Have a happy and healthy lunch and respect the campus rules.

    Be Safe: Remember to walk everywhere on campus including the hallways and quad on the way to the lunch line.

    Be Respectful: Keep our campus clean -- eat your food respectfully and clean up after yourself so others don't have to!

    Be Responsible: Keep your food and your hands to yourself.

      • Students who have difficulty remembering the rules will be asked to help with clean-up in the quad.
    • Keep calm and lunch on!

    Go Bears!

    Safety Tips: Here's your safety tip for the week - always use a crosswalk to cross the street. If there is no marked crosswalk, always cross at an intersection...not in the middle of a block!

    Attendance notes: All students leaving school early for pre-planned doctor appointments, travel or any other reason must bring a note written by a parent to the office before school starts.

    CAASPP Testing:  State CAASP testing is this week, in your Math class. Please remember to get plenty of sleep. Eat a good breakfast. Arrive at school on time. Bring your CHARGED device and earbuds. Bluetooth/wireless headphones are not allowed during testing. Cell phones and other devices must be turned off and put completely away according to your teacher's directions. Remind your families to avoid making appointments or other scheduled events during the next two weeks.

    Yearbooks: On sale now!

    • 60 dollars cash to Mr. Bauer in room 2.
    • Extra signing pages are $2.00.
    • Buy yours now before we run out!

    Attention 8th Graders:   Promotion Artwork:

    All students interested in submitting their original artwork for the 8th Grade Promotion Program cover need to submit artwork to the office or Room 51 by Monday, May 13th.  The picture must have ‘CMS’ or ‘Cupertino Middle School’ and the graduation year ‘2019’ prominently featured. It must also fit on an 5 1/2 by 8 1/2 sheet of paper. This will NOT be reproduced in color, so high contrast or black and white artwork is preferred. Please include your first and last name, and grade level on the BACK of the artwork.

    Staff Appreciation:  Today is the last day!

    Students - This week is Staff Appreciation. Think of staff members - teacher, instructional assistant, librarian, cafeteria worker, secretary, custodian - who you appreciate. Bring a card or write a note or a small token of your appreciation. Thinking of a teacher or staff member you don't see very often? Drop off a note or item in the office.

    Student Council Fundraiser:

    Tuesday, May 14th, 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm, Chipotle Mexican Grill, 20688 Homestead Rd.

    Join other CMS families to support the CMS Student Council and enjoy Chipotle!

    Mention Cupertino Middle School and Chipotle will donate part of their proceeds to CMS. Thanks for supporting our school!

    After School Sports:

    Track & Field:

    May 14th & 15th, League Finals @ Crittenden

    Clubs:

    Friday

    Lunch

    (No Clubs - Bear Pride Friday in the Quad)

     
       

    Dungeons and Dragons Club

    3

     

    After School

    League of Legends (once per month)

    22

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    Office

     

    Monday

    Lunch

    Students Partner with Veterans (every other week)

    21

       

    Classic New York Hip-Hop Club

    35

       

    Yu-Gi-Oh

    53

       

    Book Club

    1

       

    Advanced Strings

    MU2

       

    Dance Club

    25

       

    Nintendo Club

    38

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Speech and Debate

    2

       

    FBLA

    36 and 40

    Thursday, May 9th

    Bear Pride:

    Have a happy and healthy lunch and respect the campus rules.

    Be Safe: Remember to walk everywhere on campus including the hallways and quad on the way to the lunch line.

    Be Respectful: Keep our campus clean -- eat your food respectfully and clean up after yourself so others don't have to!

    Be Responsible: Keep your food and your hands to yourself.

      • Students who have difficulty remembering the rules will be asked to help with clean-up in the quad.
    • Keep calm and lunch on!

    Go Bears!

    Safety Tips: Here's your safety tip for the week - always use a crosswalk to cross the street. If there is no marked crosswalk, always cross at an intersection...not in the middle of a block!

    Attendance notes: All students leaving school early for pre-planned doctor appointments, travel or any other reason must bring a note written by a parent to the office before school starts.

    CAASPP Testing:  State CAASP testing is this week, in your Math class. Please remember to get plenty of sleep. Eat a good breakfast. Arrive at school on time. Bring your CHARGED device and earbuds. Bluetooth/wireless headphones are not allowed during testing. Cell phones and other devices must be turned off and put completely away according to your teacher's directions. Remind your families to avoid making appointments or other scheduled events during the next two weeks.

    Yearbooks: On sale now!

    • 60 dollars cash to Mr. Bauer in room 2.
    • Extra signing pages are $2.00.
    • Buy yours now before we run out!

    Attention 8th Graders:   Promotion Artwork:

    All students interested in submitting their original artwork for the 8th Grade Promotion Program cover need to submit artwork to the office or Room 51 by next Monday, May 13th.  The picture must have ‘CMS’ or ‘Cupertino Middle School’ and the graduation year ‘2019’ prominently featured. It must also fit on a 5 1/2 by 8 1/2 sheet of paper. This will NOT be reproduced in color, so high contrast or black and white artwork is preferred. Please include your first and last name, and grade level on the BACK of the artwork.

    Staff Appreciation:  Week of May 6 - 10

    Students - This week is Staff Appreciation. Think of staff members - teacher, instructional assistant, librarian, cafeteria worker, secretary, custodian - who you appreciate. Bring a card or write a note or a small token of your appreciation. Thinking of a teacher or staff member you don't see very often? Drop off a note or item in the office.

    Student Council Fundraiser:

    Tuesday, May 14th, 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm, Chipotle Mexican Grill, 20688 Homestead Rd.

    Join other CMS families to support the CMS Student Council and enjoy Chipotle!

    Mention Cupertino Middle School and Chipotle will donate part of their proceeds to CMS. Thanks for supporting our school!

    Student Council: will be selling concessions ranging between $1-3 at the Track Meet today, Thursday, May 9th. Come out to grab a snack, a cool drink, and support your Student Council!  Go Bears!!

    After School Sports:

    Track & Field:

    Today, Thursday, May 9th,   Hyde @ CMS

    Clubs:

    Thursday

    Lunch

    Shogi Club

    8

       

    Anime Club

    35

       

    Arting

    51

       

    Feminism Club

    29

       

    Rubik's Cube Club

    22

     

    After School

    Improv Comedy Team

    Library

       

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

    Friday

    Lunch

    (No Clubs - Bear Pride Friday in the Quad)

     
       

    Dungeons and Dragons Club

    3

     

    After School

    League of Legends (once per month)

    22

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    Office


    Wednesday, May 8th

    Bear Pride:

    Have a happy and healthy lunch and respect the campus rules.

    Be Safe: Remember to walk everywhere on campus including the hallways and quad on the way to the lunch line.

    Be Respectful: Keep our campus clean -- eat your food respectfully and clean up after yourself so others don't have to!

    Be Responsible: Keep your food and your hands to yourself.

      • Students who have difficulty remembering the rules will be asked to help with clean-up in the quad.
    • Keep calm and lunch on!

    Go Bears!

    Safety Tips: Here's your safety tip for the week - always use a crosswalk to cross the street. If there is no marked crosswalk, always cross at an intersection...not in the middle of a block!

    Attendance notes: All students leaving school early for pre-planned doctor appointments, travel or any other reason must bring a note written by a parent to the office before school starts.

    CAASPP Testing:  State CAASP testing is this week, in your Math class. Please remember to get plenty of sleep. Eat a good breakfast. Arrive at school on time. Bring your CHARGED device and earbuds. Bluetooth/wireless headphones are not allowed during testing. Cell phones and other devices must be turned off and put completely away according to your teacher's directions. Remind your families to avoid making appointments or other scheduled events during the next two weeks.

    Yearbooks: On sale now!

    • 60 dollars cash to Mr. Bauer in room 2.
    • Extra signing pages are $2.00.
    • Buy yours now before we run out!

    Attention 8th Graders:   Promotion Artwork:

    All students interested in submitting their original artwork for the 8th Grade Promotion Program cover need to submit artwork to the office or Room 51 by next Monday, May 13th.  The picture must have ‘CMS’ or ‘Cupertino Middle School’ and the graduation year ‘2019’ prominently featured. It must also fit on a 5 1/2 by 8 1/2 sheet of paper. This will NOT be reproduced in color, so high contrast or black and white artwork is preferred. Please include your first and last name, and grade level on the BACK of the artwork.

    Staff Appreciation:  Week of May 6 - 10

    Students - This week is Staff Appreciation. Think of staff members - teacher, instructional assistant, librarian, cafeteria worker, secretary, custodian - who you appreciate. Bring a card or write a note or a small token of your appreciation. Thinking of a teacher or staff member you don't see very often? Drop off a note or item in the office.

    Student Council Fundraiser:

    Tuesday, May 14th, 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm, Chipotle Mexican Grill, 20688 Homestead Rd.

    Join other CMS families to support the CMS Student Council and enjoy Chipotle!

    Mention Cupertino Middle School and Chipotle will donate part of their proceeds to CMS. Thanks for supporting our school!

    Student Council: will be selling concessions ranging between $1-3 at the Track Meet tomorrow, Thursday, May 9th. Come out to grab a snack, a cool drink, and support your Student Council!  Go Bears!!

    After School Sports:

    Track & Field:

    Thursday, May 9th,   Hyde @ CMS

    Clubs:

    Wednesday

    Lunch

    MathCounts / Math Olympiads

    31

       

    Origami Club

    30

       

    Magic, The Gathering Club

    29

       

    String Orchestra

    MU-2

       

    Swift Playgrounds

    22

       

    Fandom

    1

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    22

    Thursday

    Lunch

    Shogi Club

    8

       

    Anime Club

    35

       

    Arting

    51

       

    Feminism Club

    29

       

    Rubik's Cube Club

    22

     

    After School

    Improv Comedy Team

    Library

       

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51


    Tuesday, May 7th

    Bear Pride:

    Have a happy and healthy lunch and respect the campus rules.

    Be Safe: Remember to walk everywhere on campus including the hallways and quad on the way to the lunch line.

    Be Respectful: Keep our campus clean -- eat your food respectfully and clean up after yourself so others don't have to!

    Be Responsible: Keep your food and your hands to yourself.

      • Students who have difficulty remembering the rules will be asked to help with clean-up in the quad.
    • Keep calm and lunch on!

    Go Bears!

    Safety Tips: Here's your safety tip for the week - always use a crosswalk to cross the street. If there is no marked crosswalk, always cross at an intersection...not in the middle of a block!

    Attendance notes: All students leaving school early for pre-planned doctor appointments, travel or any other reason must bring a note written by a parent to the office before school starts.

    CAASPP Testing:  State CAASP testing is this week, in your Math class. Please remember to get plenty of sleep. Eat a good breakfast. Arrive at school on time. Bring your CHARGED device and earbuds. Bluetooth/wireless headphones are not allowed during testing. Cell phones and other devices must be turned off and put completely away according to your teacher's directions. Remind your families to avoid making appointments or other scheduled events during the next two weeks.

    Attention 8th Graders:   Promotion Artwork:

    All students interested in submitting their original artwork for the 8th Grade Promotion Program cover need to submit artwork to the office or Room 51 by next Monday, May 13th.  The picture must have ‘CMS’ or ‘Cupertino Middle School’ and the graduation year ‘2019’ prominently featured. It must also fit on a 5 1/2 by 8 1/2 sheet of paper. This will NOT be reproduced in color, so high contrast or black and white artwork is preferred. Please include your first and last name, and grade level on the BACK of the artwork.

    Staff Appreciation:  Week of May 6 - 10

    Students - This week is Staff Appreciation. Think of staff members - teacher, instructional assistant, librarian, cafeteria worker, secretary, custodian - who you appreciate. Bring a card or write a note or a small token of your appreciation. Thinking of a teacher or staff member you don't see very often? Drop off a note or item in the office.

    Student Council Fundraiser:

    Tuesday, May 14th, 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm, Chipotle Mexican Grill, 20688 Homestead Rd.

    Join other CMS families to support the CMS Student Council and enjoy Chipotle!

    Mention Cupertino Middle School and Chipotle will donate part of their proceeds to CMS. Thanks for supporting our school!

    Student Council: will be selling concessions ranging between $1-3 at next week’s Track Meets today, Tuesday, May 7th and Thursday, May 9th. Come out to grab a snack, a cool drink, and support your Student Council!  Go Bears!!

    After School Sports:

    Track & Field:

    Today, Tuesday, May 7th,    Egan @ CMS

    Thursday, May 9th,   Hyde @ CMS

    Clubs:

    Tuesday

    Lunch

    Metalshop / Mountain Bike Club

    57

       

    Table Tennis

    Event Center Stage

       

    Chess

    17

       

    DIY and stuff like that

    19

       

    Room Planner Club

    8

       

    Garden Club

    Jay's Garden

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

       

    Mathcounts / Math Olympiads

    31

           

    Wednesday

    Lunch

    MathCounts / Math Olympiads

    31

       

    Origami Club

    30

       

    Magic, The Gathering Club

    29

       

    String Orchestra

    MU-2

       

    Swift Playgrounds

    22

       

    Fandom

    1

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    22


    Monday, May 6th

    Bear Pride:

    Have a happy and healthy lunch and respect the campus rules.

    Be Safe: Remember to walk everywhere on campus including the hallways and quad on the way to the lunch line.

    Be Respectful: Keep our campus clean -- eat your food respectfully and clean up after yourself so others don't have to!

    Be Responsible: Keep your food and your hands to yourself.

      • Students who have difficulty remembering the rules will be asked to help with clean-up in the quad.
    • Keep calm and lunch on!

    Go Bears!

    Attendance notes: All students leaving school early for pre-planned doctor appointments, travel or any other reason must bring a note written by a parent to the office before school starts.

    CAASPP Testing:  State CAASP testing is this week, in your Math class. Please remember to get plenty of sleep. Eat a good breakfast. Arrive at school on time. Bring your CHARGED device and earbuds. Bluetooth/wireless headphones are not allowed during testing. Cell phones and other devices must be turned off and put completely away according to your teacher's directions. Remind your families to avoid making appointments or other scheduled events during the next two weeks.

    Attention 8th Graders:   Promotion Artwork:

    All students interested in submitting their original artwork for the 8th Grade Promotion Program cover need to submit artwork to the office or Room 51 by next Monday, May 13th.  The picture must have ‘CMS’ or ‘Cupertino Middle School’ and the graduation year ‘2019’ prominently featured. It must also fit on a 5 1/2 by 8 1/2 sheet of paper. This will NOT be reproduced in color, so high contrast or black and white artwork is preferred. Please include your first and last name, and grade level on the BACK of the artwork.

    Staff Appreciation:  Week of May 6 - 10

    Students - This week is Staff Appreciation. Think of staff members - teacher, instructional assistant, librarian, cafeteria worker, secretary, custodian - who you appreciate. Bring a card or write a note or a small token of your appreciation. Thinking of a teacher or staff member you don't see very often? Drop off a note or item in the office.

    Student Council Fundraiser:

    Tuesday, May 14th, 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm, Chipotle Mexican Grill, 20688 Homestead Rd.

    Join other CMS families to support the CMS Student Council and enjoy Chipotle!

    Mention Cupertino Middle School and Chipotle will donate part of their proceeds to CMS. Thanks for supporting our school!

    Student Council: will be selling concessions ranging between $1-3 at next week’s Track Meets on Tuesday, May 7th and Thursday, May 9th. Come out to grab a snack, a cool drink, and support your Student Council!  Go Bears!!

    Homework Club: Will be in room 20, today, Monday, May 6th.

    After School Sports:

    Track & Field:

    Tomorrow, Tuesday, May 7th,    Egan @ CMS

    Thursday, May 9th,   Hyde @ CMS

    Clubs:

    Monday

    Lunch

    Students Partner with Veterans (every other week)

    21

       

    Classic New York Hip-Hop Club

    35

       

    Yu-Gi-Oh

    53

       

    Book Club

    1

       

    Advanced Strings

    MU2

       

    Dance Club

    25

       

    Nintendo Club

    38

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Speech and Debate

    2

       

    FBLA

    36 and 40

    Tuesday

    Lunch

    Metalshop / Mountain Bike Club

    57

       

    Table Tennis

    Event Center Stage

       

    Chess

    17

       

    DIY and stuff like that

    19

       

    Room Planner Club

    8

       

    Garden Club

    Jay's Garden

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

       

    Mathcounts / Math Olympiads

    31


    Friday, May 3rd

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day! Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations of:

    • Be Safe: leave campus at the last bell unless you are participating in a sport or have an after-school activity.
    • Be Respectful: wait until you are off campus to use your phone.
    • Be Responsible: devices are kept in student’s backpack before school, after school, brunch, and lunchtime.

    Go Bears!

    Attendance notes: All students leaving school early for pre-planned doctor appointments, travel or any other reason must bring a note written by a parent to the office before school starts.

    CAASPP Testing:  State CAASP testing is this week, in your Language Arts and Social Studies classes. Please remember to get plenty of sleep. Eat a good breakfast. Arrive at school on time. Bring your CHARGED device and earbuds. Bluetooth/wireless headphones are not allowed during testing. Cell phones and other devices must be turned off and put completely away according to your teacher's directions. Remind your families to avoid making appointments or other scheduled events during the next two weeks.

    Weather Reminders:  Students - as the weather warms up, remember to follow the dress code and use your water bottles respectfully.

    • Use your water bottle for drinking only.
    • When not drinking your water, water bottles should be put away in your backpack.

    Any water play disruptions will result in standard disciplinary action.

    Attention 8th Graders:   Promotion Artwork:

    All students interested in submitting their original artwork for the 8th Grade Promotion Program cover need to submit artwork to the office or Room 51 by Monday, May 13th.  The picture must have ‘CMS’ or ‘Cupertino Middle School’ and the graduation year ‘2019’ prominently featured. It must also fit on an 5 1/2 by 8 1/2 sheet of paper. This will NOT be reproduced in color, so high contrast or black and white artwork is preferred. Please include your first and last name, and grade level on the BACK of the artwork.

    A-Choir Auditions: Auditions for next year's A-Choir are this week.

    To audition for next years A-Choir, sign up for an audition time with Mr. Stern in MU-2.  Audition requirements are posted outside MU-2 and on Mr. Stern's Website.

    2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award:

    Are you artistic? Do you like to express yourself creatively? Would you like your artwork recognized by Cupertino Union School District AND win a cash prize?

    Then you should enter our district art contest where the winners will be eligible for the 2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award.

    Theme: "We're in it together: how teamwork changes our lives”

    Pick up an entry form from the office or from Ms. Gotesman in room 51.

    Deadline for submission is TODAY!, Friday, May 3rd

    Staff Appreciation:  Week of May 6 - 10

    Students - next week is Staff Appreciation. Think staff members - teacher, instructional assistant, librarian, cafeteria worker, secretary, custodian - who you appreciate. Bring a card or write a note or a small token of your appreciation. Thinking of a teacher or staff member you don't see very often? Drop off a note or item in the office.

    Dance!:  

    The Dive Into the Deep Dance will be TODAY!, Friday, May 3rd from 5:00 pm -7:00 pm in the Quad area.  Tickets are on sale for $4 in the Quad during brunch and lunch today, or at the door for $5.
    Students must arrive at 5:00. Doors close at 5:15.
    Students must attend for the entire time (5:00-7:00) - students are not permitted to leave early and there are no "in and out" privileges.
    All students must present a CMS ID card. Replacement IDs can be obtained for $5 in the school office until 3:00 pm today. All school rules, including use of cell phones, cameras, devices, and dress code apply. Please refer to the Student Handbook for detailed information about school rules.

    Student Council Fundraiser:

    Tuesday, May 14th, 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm., Chipotle Mexican Grill, 20688 Homestead Rd.

    Join other CMS families to support the CMS Student Council and enjoy Chipotle!

    Mention Cupertino Middle School and Chipotle will donate part of their proceeds to CMS. Thanks for supporting our school!

    Student Council: will be selling concessions ranging between $1-3 at next week’s Track Meets on Tuesday, May 7th and Thursday, May 9th. Come out to grab a snack, a cool drink, and support your Student Council!  Go Bears!!

    After School Sports:

    Track & Field:

    Tuesday, May 7th,    Egan @ CMS

    Thursday, May 9th,   Hyde @ CMS

    Clubs:

    Friday

    Lunch

    (No Clubs - Bear Pride Friday in the Quad)

     
       

    Dungeons and Dragons Club

    3

     

    After School

    League of Legends (once per month)

    22

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    Office

     

    Monday

    Lunch

    Students Partner with Veterans (every other week)

    21

       

    Classic New York Hip-Hop Club

    35

       

    Yu-Gi-Oh

    53

       

    Book Club

    1

       

    Advanced Strings

    MU2

       

    Dance Club

    25

       

    Nintendo Club

    38

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Speech and Debate

    2

       

    FBLA

    36 and 40


    Thursday, May 2nd

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day! Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations of:

    • Be Safe: leave campus at the last bell unless you are participating in a sport or have an after-school activity.
    • Be Respectful: wait until you are off campus to use your phone.
    • Be Responsible: devices are kept in student’s backpack before school, after school, brunch, and lunchtime.

    Go Bears!

    Attendance notes: All students leaving school early for pre-planned doctor appointments, travel or any other reason must bring a note written by a parent to the office before school starts.

    CAASPP Testing:  State CAASP testing is this week, in your Language Arts and Social Studies classes. Please remember to get plenty of sleep. Eat a good breakfast. Arrive at school on time. Bring your CHARGED device and earbuds. Bluetooth/wireless headphones are not allowed during testing. Cell phones and other devices must be turned off and put completely away according to your teacher's directions. Remind your families to avoid making appointments or other scheduled events during the next two weeks.

    Weather Reminders:  Students - as the weather warms up, remember to follow the dress code and use your water bottles respectfully.

    • Use your water bottle for drinking only.
    • When not drinking your water, water bottles should be put away in your backpack.

    Any water play disruptions will result in standard disciplinary action.  

    A-Choir Auditions: Auditions for next year's A-Choir are this week.

    To audition for next years A-Choir, sign up for an audition time with Mr. Stern in MU-2.  Audition requirements are posted outside MU-2 and on Mr. Stern's Website.

    2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award:

    Are you artistic? Do you like to express yourself creatively? Would you like your artwork recognized by Cupertino Union School District AND win a cash prize?

    Then you should enter our district art contest where the winners will be eligible for the 2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award.

    Theme: "We're in it together: how teamwork changes our lives”

    Pick up an entry form from the office or from Ms. Gotesman in room 51.

    Deadline for submission is TOMORROW!, Friday, May 3rd

    Staff Appreciation:  Week of May 6 - 10

    Students - next week is Staff Appreciation. Think staff members - teacher, instructional assistant, librarian, cafeteria worker, secretary, custodian - who you appreciate. Bring a card or write a note or a small token of your appreciation. Thinking of a teacher or staff member you don't see very often? Drop off a note or item in the office.

    Dance!:  

    The Dive Into the Deep Dance will be TOMORROW!, Friday, May 3rd from 5:00 pm -7:00 pm in the Quad area.  Tickets are on sale for $4 in the Quad during brunch and lunch today, Thursday, May 2nd, and Friday, May 3rd or at the door for $5.
    Students must arrive at 5:00. Doors close at 5:15.
    Students must attend for the entire time (5:00-7:00) - students are not permitted to leave early and there are no "in and out" privileges.
    All students must present a CMS ID card. Replacement IDs can be obtained for $5 in the school office until 3:00 pm the day of the dance. All school rules, including use of cell phones, cameras, devices, and dress code apply. Please refer to the Student Handbook for detailed information about school rules.

    Student Council Fundraiser:

    Tuesday, May 14th, 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm., Chipotle Mexican Grill, 20688 Homestead Rd.

    Join other CMS families to support the CMS Student Council and enjoy Chipotle!

    Mention Cupertino Middle School and Chipotle will donate part of their proceeds to CMS. Thanks for supporting our school!

    Student Council: will be selling concessions ranging between $1-3 at next week’s Track Meets. Come out to grab a snack, a cool drink, and support your Student Council!

    After School Sports:

    Track & Field: Today!, May 2nd at Crittenden

    Clubs:

    Thursday

    Lunch

    Shogi Club

    8

       

    Anime Club

    35

       

    Arting

    51

       

    Feminism Club

    29

       

    Rubik's Cube Club

    22

     

    After School

    Improv Comedy Team

    Library

       

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

    Friday

    Lunch

    (No Clubs - Bear Pride Friday in the Quad)

     
       

    Dungeons and Dragons Club

    3

     

    After School

    League of Legends (once per month)

    22

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    Office


    Wednesday, May 1st

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day! Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations of:

    • Be Safe: leave campus at the last bell unless you are participating in a sport or have an after-school activity.
    • Be Respectful: wait until you are off campus to use your phone.
    • Be Responsible: devices are kept in student’s backpack before school, after school, brunch, and lunchtime.

    Go Bears!

    Attendance notes: All students leaving school early for pre-planned doctor appointments, travel or any other reason must bring a note written by a parent to the office before school starts.

    CAASPP Testing:  State CAASP testing is this week, in your Language Arts and Social Studies classes. Please remember to get plenty of sleep. Eat a good breakfast. Arrive at school on time. Bring your CHARGED device and earbuds. Bluetooth/wireless headphones are not allowed during testing. Cell phones and other devices must be turned off and put completely away according to your teacher's directions. Remind your families to avoid making appointments or other scheduled events during the next two weeks.

    Weather Reminders:  Students - as the weather warms up, remember to follow the dress code and use your water bottles respectfully.

    • Use your water bottle for drinking only.
    • When not drinking your water, water bottles should be put away in your backpack.

    Any water play disruptions will result in standard disciplinary action.  

    A-Choir Auditions: Auditions for next year's A-Choir are this week.

    To audition for next years A-Choir, sign up for an audition time with Mr. Stern in MU-2.  Audition requirements are posted outside MU-2 and on Mr. Stern's Website.

    2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award:

    Are you artistic? Do you like to express yourself creatively? Would you like your artwork recognized by Cupertino Union School District AND win a cash prize?

    Then you should enter our district art contest where the winners will be eligible for the 2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award.

    Theme: "We're in it together: how teamwork changes our lives”

    Pick up an entry form from the office or from Ms. Gotesman in room 51. Deadline for submission is Friday, May 3rd

    Staff Appreciation:  Week of May 6 - 10

    Students - next week is Staff Appreciation. Think staff members - teacher, instructional assistant, librarian, cafeteria worker, secretary, custodian - who you appreciate. Bring a card or write a note or a small token of your appreciation. Thinking of a teacher or staff member you don't see very often? Drop off a note or item in the office.

    Dance!:  

    The Dive Into the Deep Dance will be on Friday, May 3rd from 5:00 pm -7:00 pm in the Quad area.  Tickets are on sale for $4 in the Quad during brunch and lunch on Wednesday, May 1st, Thursday, May 2nd, and Friday, May 3rd or at the door for $5.
    Students must arrive at 5:00. Doors close at 5:15.
    Students must attend for the entire time (5:00-7:00) - students are not permitted to leave early and there are no "in and out" privileges.
    All students must present a CMS ID card. Replacement IDs can be obtained for $5 in the school office until 3:00 pm the day of the dance. All school rules, including use of cell phones, cameras, devices, and dress code apply. Please refer to the Student Handbook for detailed information about school rules.

    After School Sports:

    Track & Field: tomorrow, May 2nd at Crittenden

    Clubs:

    Wednesday

    Lunch

    MathCounts / Math Olympiads

    31

       

    Origami Club

    30

       

    Magic, The Gathering Club

    29

       

    String Orchestra

    MU-2

       

    Swift Playgrounds

    22

       

    Fandom

    1

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    22

    Thursday

    Lunch

    Shogi Club

    8

       

    Anime Club

    35

       

    Arting

    51

       

    Feminism Club

    29

       

    Rubik's Cube Club

    22

     

    After School

    Improv Comedy Team

    Library

       

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51


    Tuesday, April 30th

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day! Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations of:

    • Be Safe: leave campus at the last bell unless you are participating in a sport or have an after-school activity.
    • Be Respectful: wait until you are off campus to use your phone.
    • Be Responsible: devices are kept in student’s backpack before school, after school, brunch, and lunchtime.

    Go Bears!

    Attendance notes: All students leaving school early for pre-planned doctor appointments, travel or any other reason must bring a note written by a parent to the office before school starts.

    CAASPP Testing:  State CAASP testing is this week, in your Language Arts and Social Studies classes. Please remember to get plenty of sleep. Eat a good breakfast. Arrive at school on time. Bring your CHARGED device and earbuds. Bluetooth/wireless headphones are not allowed during testing. Cell phones and other devices must be turned off and put completely away according to your teacher's directions. Remind your families to avoid making appointments or other scheduled events during the next two weeks.

    A-Choir Auditions: Auditions for next year's A-Choir are this week.

    To audition for next years A-Choir, sign up for an audition time with Mr. Stern in MU-2. Audition requirements are posted outside MU-2 and on Mr. Stern's Website.

    2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award:

    Are you artistic? Do you like to express yourself creatively? Would you like your artwork recognized by Cupertino Union School District AND win a cash prize?

    Then you should enter our district art contest where the winners will be eligible for the 2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award.

    Theme: "We're in it together: how teamwork changes our lives”

    Pick up an entry form from the office or from Ms. Gotesman in room 51. Deadline for submission is next Friday, May 3rd!

    Allies Summer Program:  Application Deadline is TODAY, April 30th

    Attention current 8th graders! The Allies program is designed for students who are interested getting a head start in high school by meeting new friends, learning with one of their 9th grade teachers, studying how the human brain works, building English and Math skills known to promote success in high school and earning 5 elective credits towards graduation upon completion of the course.

    If you are interested in applying, applications are located in the front office and are due TODAY, Tuesday, April 30th.

    Staff Appreciation:  Week of May 6 - 10

    Students - next week is Staff Appreciation. Think staff members - teacher, instructional assistant, librarian, cafeteria worker, secretary, custodian - who you appreciate. Bring a card or write a note or a small token of your appreciation. Thinking of a teacher or staff member you don't see very often? Drop off a note or item in the office.

    Dance!:  

    The Deep Sea Ocean Dance will be on Friday, May 3rd from 5:00 pm -7:00 pm in the Quad area.  Tickets are on sale for $4 in the Quad during brunch and lunch on Wednesday, May 1st, Thursday, May 2nd, and Friday, May 3rd or at the door for $5.
    Students must arrive at 5:00. Doors close at 5:15.
    Students must attend for the entire time (5:00-7:00) - students are not permitted to leave early and there are no "in and out" privileges.
    All students must present a CMS ID card. Replacement IDs can be obtained for $5 in the school office until 3:00 pm the day of the dance. All school rules, including use of cell phones, cameras, devices, and dress code apply. Please refer to the Student Handbook for detailed information about school rules.

    After School Sports:

    Track & Field: Thursday, May 2nd at Crittenden

    Clubs:

    Tuesday

    Lunch

    Metalshop / Mountain Bike Club

    57

       

    Table Tennis

    Event Center Stage

       

    Chess

    17

       

    DIY and stuff like that

    19

       

    Room Planner Club

    8

       

    Garden Club

    Jay's Garden

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

       

    Mathcounts / Math Olympiads

    31

           

    Wednesday

    Lunch

    MathCounts / Math Olympiads

    31

       

    Origami Club

    30

       

    Magic, The Gathering Club

    29

       

    String Orchestra

    MU-2

       

    Swift Playgrounds

    22

       

    Fandom

    1

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    22


    Monday, April 29th

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day! Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations of:

    • Be Safe: leave campus at the last bell unless you are participating in a sport or have an after-school activity.
    • Be Respectful: wait until you are off campus to use your phone.
    • Be Responsible: devices are kept in student’s backpack before school, after school, brunch, and lunchtime.

    Go Bears!

    Attendance notes: All students leaving school early for pre-planned doctor appointments, travel or any other reason must bring a note written by a parent to the office before school starts.

    CAASPP Testing:  State CAASP testing begins today, Monday, April 29th, in your Language Arts and Social Studies classes. Please remember to get plenty of sleep. Eat a good breakfast. Arrive at school on time. Bring your CHARGED device and earbuds. Bluetooth/wireless headphones are not allowed during testing. Cell phones and other devices must be turned off and put completely away according to your teacher's directions. Remind your families to avoid making appointments or other scheduled events during the next two weeks.

    A-Choir Auditions: Auditions for next year's A-Choir are this week.

    To audition for next years A-Choir, sign up for an audition time with Mr. Stern in MU-2.

    Audition requirements are posted outside MU-2 and on Mr. Stern's Website.

    2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award:

    Are you artistic? Do you like to express yourself creatively? Would you like your artwork recognized by Cupertino Union School District AND win a cash prize?

    Then you should enter our district art contest where the winners will be eligible for the 2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award.

    Theme: "We're in it together: how teamwork changes our lives”

    Pick up an entry form from the office or from Ms. Gotesman in room 51.

    Deadline for submission is next Friday, May 3rd!

    Allies Summer Program:  Application Deadline is TOMORROW, April 30th

    Attention current 8th graders! The Allies program is designed for students who are interested getting a head start in high school by meeting new friends, learning with one of their 9th grade teachers, studying how the human brain works, building English and Math skills known to promote success in high school and earning 5 elective credits towards graduation upon completion of the course.

    If you are interested in applying, applications are located in the front office and are due by TOMORROW, Tuesday, April 30th.

    Staff Appreciation:  Week of May 6 - 10

    Students - next week is Staff Appreciation. Think staff members - teacher, instructional assistant, librarian, cafeteria worker, secretary, custodian - who you appreciate. Bring a card or write a note or a small token of your appreciation. Thinking of a teacher or staff member you don't see very often? Drop off a note or item in the office.

    Dance!:  

    The Deep Sea Ocean Dance will be on Friday, May 3rd from 5:00 pm -7:00 pm in the Quad area.  Tickets are on sale for $4 in the Quad during brunch and lunch on Wednesday May 1st, Thursday May 2nd, and Friday May 3rd or at the door for $5.
    Students must arrive at 5:00. Doors close at 5:15.
    Students must attend for the entire time (5:00-7:00) - students are not permitted to leave early and there are no "in and out" privileges.
    All students must present a CMS ID card. Replacement IDs can be obtained for $5 in the school office until 3:00 pm the day of the dance. All school rules, including use of cell phones, cameras, devices, and dress code apply. Please refer to the Student Handbook for detailed information about school rules.

    Advanced Strings: For strings players who have two or more years of playing experience. Lunch, MU2

    Nintendo Club: A place where students can talk about their favorite games/characters with fellow Nintendo enthusiasts. Room 38, Today at Lunch.

    After School Sports:

    Track & Field:

    The first track meet is scheduled for tomorrow, Tuesday, April 30th at Lawson Middle School.

    If you have any questions please see Mr. Sickler or Ms. Lehman. GO BEARS!"


    Clubs:

    Monday

    Lunch

    Students Partner with Veterans (every other week)

    21

       

    Classic New York Hip-Hop Club

    35

       

    Yu-Gi-Oh

    53

       

    Book Club

    1

       

    Advanced Strings

    MU2

       

    Dance Club

    25

       

    Nintendo Club

    38

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Speech and Debate

    2

       

    FBLA

    36 and 40

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    21

    Tuesday

    Lunch

    Metalshop / Mountain Bike Club

    57

       

    Table Tennis

    Event Center Stage

       

    Chess

    17

       

    DIY and stuff like that

    19

       

    Room Planner Club

    8

       

    Garden Club

    Jay's Garden

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

       

    Mathcounts / Math Olympiads

    31


    Friday, April 26th

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!  Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations for the Bus Circle:

    Be Safe:

    • Form an orderly and single line
    • Proceed to bus doors calmly

    Be Respectful:

    • Join the line at the end
    • Keep voices and behaviors calm
    • Respect personal space

    Be Responsible:

    • Have your bus pass at all times

    Go Bears!

    Attendance notes: All students leaving school early for pre-planned doctor appointments, travel or any other reason must bring a note written by a parent to the office before school starts.

    CAASPP Testing:  State CAASP testing begins on Monday, April 29th, in your Language Arts and Social Studies classes. Please remember to get plenty of sleep. Eat a good breakfast. Arrive at school on time. Bring your CHARGED device and earbuds. Bluetooth/wireless headphones are not allowed during testing. Cell phones and other devices must be turned off and put completely away according to your teacher's directions. Remind your families to avoid making appointments or other scheduled events during the next two weeks.

    A-Choir Auditions: Auditions for next year's A-Choir will be the week of April 29th

    To audition for next years A-Choir, sign up for an audition time with Mr. Stern in MU-2. Audition requirements are posted outside MU-2 and on Mr. Stern's Website.

    2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award:

    Are you artistic? Do you like to express yourself creatively? Would you like your artwork recognized by Cupertino Union School District AND win a cash prize?

    Then you should enter our district art contest where the winners will be eligible for the 2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award.

    Theme: "We're in it together: how teamwork changes our lives”

    Pick up an entry form from the office or from Ms. Gotesman in room 51. Deadline for submission is next Friday, May 3rd!

    Allies Summer Program:  Application Deadline is April 30th

    Attention current 8th graders! The Allies program is designed for students who are interested getting a head start in high school by meeting new friends, learning with one of their 9th grade teachers, studying how the human brain works, building English and Math skills known to promote success in high school and earning 5 elective credits towards graduation upon completion of the course.

    If you are interested in applying, applications are located in the front office and are due by Tuesday, April 30th.

    Dance!:  

    The Deep Sea Ocean Dance will be on Friday, May 3rd from 5:00 pm -7:00 pm in the Quad area.  Tickets are on sale for $4 in the Quad during brunch and lunch on Wednesday, May 1st, Thursday, May 2nd, and Friday, May 3rd or at the door for $5.
    Students must arrive at 5:00. Doors close at 5:15.
    Students must attend for the entire time (5:00-7:00) - students are not permitted to leave early and there are no "in and out" privileges.
    All students must present a CMS ID card. Replacement IDs can be obtained for $5 in the school office until 3:00 pm the day of the dance. All school rules, including use of cell phones, cameras, devices, and dress code apply. Please refer to the Student Handbook for detailed information about school rules.

    Multicultural Fair Club:  Hey CMS students! Are you interested in meeting people from all kinds of diverse backgrounds and making new friends? Then the Multicultural Fair Club is the place for you! Every year, CMS holds a multicultural fair day event where club members utilize their creativity to promote CMS culture, diversity, and inclusion. You do not need to be an NJHS member, and ALL grade levels are welcome.  Just come to Room 44 TODAY, Friday, April 26th at lunch for the first meeting. We look forward to seeing you there!

    After School Sports:

    Track & Field:

    The first track meet is scheduled for Tuesday, April 30th at Lawson Middle School. If you have any questions please see Mr. Sickler or Ms. Lehman. "GO BEARS!"

    Clubs:

    Friday

    Lunch

    (No Clubs - Bear Pride Friday in the Quad)

     
       

    Dungeons and Dragons Club

    3

     

    After School

    League of Legends (once per month)

    22

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    Office

     

    Monday

    Lunch

    Students Partner with Veterans (every other week)

    21

       

    Classic New York Hip-Hop Club

    35

       

    Yu-Gi-Oh

    53

       

    Book Club

    1

       

    Advanced Strings

    MU2

       

    Dance Club

    25

       

    Nintendo Club

    38

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Speech and Debate

    2

       

    FBLA

    36 and 40

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    21


    Thursday, April 25th

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!  Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations for the Bus Circle:

    Be Safe:

    • Form an orderly and single line
    • Proceed to bus doors calmly

    Be Respectful:

    • Join the line at the end
    • Keep voices and behaviors calm
    • Respect personal space

    Be Responsible:

    • Have your bus pass at all times

    Go Bears!

    Attendance notes: All students leaving school early for pre-planned doctor appointments, travel or any other reason must bring a note written by a parent to the office before school starts.

    CAASPP Testing:  State CAASP testing begins on Monday, April 29th, in your Language Arts and Social Studies classes. Please remember to get plenty of sleep. Eat a good breakfast. Arrive to school on time. Bring your CHARGED device and earbuds. Bluetooth/wireless headphones are not allowed during testing. Cell phones and other devices must be turned off and put completely away according to your teacher's directions. Remind your families to avoid making appointments or other scheduled events during the next two weeks.

    A-Choir Auditions: Auditions for next year's A-Choir will be the week of April 29th

    To audition for next years A-Choir, sign up for an audition time with Mr. Stern in MU-2. Audition requirements are posted outside MU-2 and on Mr. Stern's Website.

    2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award:

    Are you artistic? Do you like to express yourself creatively? Would you like your artwork recognized by Cupertino Union School District AND win a cash prize?

    Then you should enter our district art contest where the winners will be eligible for the 2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award.

    Theme: "We're in it together: how teamwork changes our lives”

    Pick up an entry form from the office or from Ms. Gotesman in room 51. Deadline for submission is May 3rd!

    Allies Summer Program:  Application Deadline is April 30th

    Attention current 8th graders! The Allies program is designed for students who are interested getting a head start in high school by meeting new friends, learning with one of their 9th grade teachers, studying how the human brain works, building English and Math skills known to promote success in high school and earning 5 elective credits towards graduation upon completion of the course.

    If you are interested in applying, applications are located in the front office and are due by Tuesday, April 30th.

    Dance!:  

    The Deep Sea Ocean Dance will be on Friday, May 3rd from 5:00 pm -7:00 pm in the Quad area.  Tickets are on sale for $4 in the Quad during brunch and lunch on Wednesday May 1st, Thursday May 2nd, and Friday May 3rd or at the door for $5.
    Students must arrive at 5:00. Doors close at 5:15.
    Students must attend for the entire time (5:00-7:00) - students are not permitted to leave early and there are no "in and out" privileges.
    All students must present a CMS ID card. Replacement IDs can be obtained for $5 in the school office until 3:00 pm the day of the dance. All school rules, including use of cell phones, cameras, devices, and dress code apply. Please refer to the Student Handbook for detailed information about school rules.

    Multicultural Fair Club:  Hey CMS students! Are you interested in meeting people from all kinds of diverse backgrounds and making new friends? Then the Multicultural Fair Club is the place for you! Every year, CMS holds a multicultural fair day event where club members utilize their creativity to promote CMS culture, diversity and inclusion. You do not need to be an NJHS member, and ALL grade levels are welcome.  Just come to Room 44 TOMORROW, Friday, April 26th at lunch for the first meeting. We look forward to seeing you there!

    After School Sports:

    Track & Field:

    The first track meet is scheduled for Tuesday, April 30th at Lawson Middle School.  If you have any questions please see Mr. Sickler or Ms. Lehman. GO BEARS!"

    Clubs:

    Thursday

    Lunch

    Shogi Club

    8

       

    Anime Club

    35

       

    Arting

    51

       

    Feminism Club

    29

       

    Rubik's Cube Club

    22

     

    After School

    Improv Comedy Team

    Library

       

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

    Friday

    Lunch

    (No Clubs - Bear Pride Friday in the Quad)

     
       

    Dungeons and Dragons Club

    3

     

    After School

    League of Legends (once per month)

    22

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    Office


    Wednesday, April 24th

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!  Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations for the Bus Circle:

    Be Safe:

    • Form an orderly and single line
    • Proceed to bus doors calmly

    Be Respectful:

    • Join the line at the end
    • Keep voices and behaviors calm
    • Respect personal space

    Be Responsible:

    • Have your bus pass at all times

    Go Bears!

    Attendance notes: All students leaving school early for pre-planned doctor appointments, travel or any other reason must bring a note written by a parent to the office before school starts.

    Talent Show Auditions: TODAY!, Wednesday, April 24th

    Auditions for the talent show will be held in the Event Center after school from 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm TODAY, Wednesday, April 24th. Please see Ms. Hynes in room 43 for the talent show forms.

    CAASPP Testing:  State CAASP testing begins on Monday, April 29th, in your Language Arts and Social Studies classes. Please remember to get plenty of sleep. Eat a good breakfast. Arrive to school on time. Bring your CHARGED device and earbuds. Bluetooth/wireless headphones are not allowed during testing. Cell phones and other devices must be turned off and put completely away according to your teacher's directions. Remind your families to avoid making appointments or other scheduled events during the next two weeks.

    A-Choir Auditions: Auditions for next year's A-Choir will be the week of April 29th

    To audition for next years A-Choir, sign up for an audition time with Mr. Stern in MU-2. Audition requirements are posted outside MU-2 and on Mr. Stern's Website.

    2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award:

    Are you artistic? Do you like to express yourself creatively? Would you like your artwork recognized by Cupertino Union School District AND win a cash prize?

    Then you should enter our district art contest where the winners will be eligible for the 2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award.

    Theme: "We're in it together: how teamwork changes our lives”

    Pick up an entry form from the office or from Ms. Gotesman in room 51. Deadline for submission is May 3rd!

    Allies Summer Program:  Application Deadline is April 30th

    Attention current 8th graders! The Allies program is designed for students who are interested getting a head start in high school by meeting new friends, learning with one of their 9th grade teachers, studying how the human brain works, building English and Math skills known to promote success in high school and earning 5 elective credits towards graduation upon completion of the course. If you are interested in applying, applications are located in the front office and are due by Tuesday, April 30th.

    Dance!:  

    The Deep Sea Ocean Dance will be on Friday, May 3rd from 5:00 pm -7:00 pm in the Quad area.  Tickets are on sale for $4 in the Quad during brunch and lunch on Wednesday May 1st, Thursday May 2nd, and Friday May 3rd or at the door for $5.
    Students must arrive at 5:00. Doors close at 5:15.
    Students must attend for the entire time (5:00-7:00) - students are not permitted to leave early and there are no "in and out" privileges.
    All students must present a CMS ID card. Replacement IDs can be obtained for $5 in the school office until 3:00 pm the day of the dance. All school rules, including use of cell phones, cameras, devices, and dress code apply. Please refer to the Student Handbook for detailed information about school rules.

    Multicultural Fair Club:  Hey CMS students! Are you interested in meeting people from all kinds of diverse backgrounds and making new friends? Then the Multicultural Fair Club is the place for you! Every year, CMS holds a multicultural fair day event where club members utilize their creativity to promote CMS culture, diversity, and inclusion. You do not need to be an NJHS member, and ALL grade levels are welcome.  Just come to Room 44 on Friday, April 26th at lunch for the first meeting. We look forward to seeing you there!

    After School Sports:

    Track & Field:

    The first track meet is scheduled for Tuesday, April 30th at Lawson Middle School.

    If you have any questions please see Mr. Sickler or Ms. Lehman. GO BEARS!"

    Clubs:

    Wednesday

    Lunch

    MathCounts / Math Olympiads

    31

       

    Origami Club

    30

       

    Magic, The Gathering Club

    29

       

    String Orchestra

    MU-2

       

    Swift Playgrounds

    22

       

    Fandom

    1

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    22

    Thursday

    Lunch

    Shogi Club

    8

       

    Anime Club

    35

       

    Arting

    51

       

    Feminism Club

    29

       

    Rubik's Cube Club

    22

     

    After School

    Improv Comedy Team

    Library

       

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51


    Tuesday, April 23rd

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!  Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations for the Bus Circle:

    Be Safe:

    • Form an orderly and single line
    • Proceed to bus doors calmly

    Be Respectful:

    • Join the line at the end
    • Keep voices and behaviors calm
    • Respect personal space

    Be Responsible:

    • Have your bus pass at all times

    Go Bears!

    Attendance notes: All students leaving school early for pre-planned doctor appointments, travel or any other reason must bring a note written by a parent to the office before school starts.

    Talent Show Auditions: Tomorrow, Wednesday, April 24th

    Auditions for the talent show will be held in the Event Center after school from 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm on Wednesday, April 24th. Please see Ms. Hynes in room 43 for the talent show forms.

    A-Choir Auditions: Auditions for next year's A-Choir will be the week of April 29th

    To audition for next years A-Choir, sign up for an audition time with Mr. Stern in MU-2. Audition requirements are posted outside MU-2 and on Mr. Stern's Website.

    2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award:

    Are you artistic? Do you like to express yourself creatively? Would you like your artwork recognized by Cupertino Union School District AND win a cash prize?

    Then you should enter our district art contest where the winners will be eligible for the 2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award.

    Theme: "We're in it together: how teamwork changes our lives”

    Pick up an entry form from the office or from Ms. Gotesman in room 51. Deadline for submission is May 3rd!

    Allies: Moving Forward & Making Connections @ Fremont HS & Homestead HS

    June 17 to July 3, 2019, 5 Elective Credits

    As allies, you will…

    • Make new friends
    • Work as a team
    • Understand yourself & others
    • Get to know your new school & teachers
    • Build skills to be successful in school
    • Learn how your brain works

    Interested? Applications are available in the CMS office. Deadline: April 31st, 2019

    Questions? Contact:

    After School Sports:

    Track & Field:

    The first track meet is scheduled for Tuesday, April 30th at Lawson Middle School.

    If you have any questions please see Mr. Sickler or Ms. Lehman. GO BEARS!"

    Clubs:

    Tuesday

    Lunch

    Metalshop / Mountain Bike Club

    57

       

    Table Tennis

    Event Center Stage

       

    Chess

    17

       

    DIY and stuff like that

    19

       

    Room Planner Club

    8

       

    Garden Club

    Jay's Garden

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

       

    Mathcounts / Math Olympiads

    31

           

    Wednesday

    Lunch

    MathCounts / Math Olympiads

    31

       

    Origami Club

    30

       

    Magic, The Gathering Club

    29

       

    String Orchestra

    MU-2

       

    Swift Playgrounds

    22

       

    Fandom

    1

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    22


    Monday, April 22nd

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!  Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations for the Bus Circle:

    Be Safe:

    • Form an orderly and single line
    • Proceed to bus doors calmly

    Be Respectful:

    • Join the line at the end
    • Keep voices and behaviors calm
    • Respect personal space

    Be Responsible:

    • Have your bus pass at all times

    Go Bears!

    Attendance notes: All students leaving school early for pre-planned doctor appointments, travel or any other reason must bring a note written by a parent to the office before school starts.

    Talent Show Auditions: Wednesday, April 24th

    Auditions for the talent show will be held in the Event Center after school from 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm on Wednesday, April 24th. Please see Ms. Hynes in room 43 for the talent show forms.

    A-Choir Auditions: Auditions for next year's A-Choir will be the week of April 29th

    To audition for next years A-Choir, sign up for an audition time with Mr. Stern in MU-2. Audition requirements are posted outside MU-2 and on Mr. Stern's Website.

    2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award:

    Are you artistic? Do you like to express yourself creatively? Would you like your artwork recognized by Cupertino Union School District AND win a cash prize?

    Then you should enter our district art contest where the winners will be eligible for the 2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award.

    Theme: "We're in it together: how teamwork changes our lives”

    Pick up an entry form from the office or from Ms. Gotesman in room 51. Deadline for submission is May 3rd!

    Allies: Moving Forward & Making Connections @ Fremont HS & Homestead HS

    June 17 to July 3, 2019, 5 Elective Credits

    As allies, you will…

    • Make new friends
    • Work as a team
    • Understand yourself & others
    • Get to know your new school & teachers
    • Build skills to be successful in school
    • Learn how your brain works

    Interested? Applications are available in the CMS office. Deadline: April 31st, 2019

    Questions? Contact:

    Advanced Strings: For strings players who have two or more years of playing experience. Lunch, MU2

    Nintendo Club: A place where students can talk about their favorite games/characters with fellow Nintendo enthusiasts. Room 38, Today at Lunch.

    After School Sports:

    Track & Field:

    The first track meet is scheduled for Tuesday, April 30th at Lawson Middle School.

    If you have any questions please see Mr. Sickler or Ms. Lehman. GO BEARS!"

    Clubs:

    Monday

    Lunch

    Students Partner with Veterans (every other week)

    21

       

    Classic New York Hip-Hop Club

    35

       

    Yu-Gi-Oh

    53

       

    Book Club

    1

       

    Advanced Strings

    MU2

       

    Dance Club

    25

       

    Nintendo Club

    38

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Speech and Debate

    2

       

    FBLA

    36 and 40

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    21

    Tuesday

    Lunch

    Metalshop / Mountain bike club

    57

       

    Table Tennis

    Event Center Stage

       

    Chess

    17

       

    DIY and stuff like that

    19

       

    Room Planner Club

    8

       

    Garden Club

    Jay's Garden

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

       

    Mathcounts / Math Olympiads

    31


    Friday, April 12th

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!  

    Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations for the Bike Cage:

    Be Safe:

    • Dismount and walk your bike in and out of the cage.
    • Obey traffic rules, such as wearing a helmet.

    Be Respectful:

    • Wait for your turn to enter and exit.

    Be Responsible:

    • Lock your bike securely in an appropriate space
    • Keep your belongings with you
    • Remove your bike daily

    Go Bears!

    Yosemite Art Contest: 8th graders who attended the Yosemite trip were invited to submit photos and artwork for a CMS Yosemite Art contest.  Students who submitted work on time were considered and scored by a team of Yosemite teachers. Their artwork will be on display in the office and they will receive a keepsake of their artwork.

    Congratulations! to the winners:   Jonathan S., Kiana H., Ainsley D., Anjanaa P. K., and Ramya P.

    Talent Show Auditions: Wednesday, April 24th

    Auditions for the talent show will be held in the Event Center after school from 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm on Wednesday, April 24th. Please see Ms. Hynes in room 43 for the talent show forms.

    A-Choir Auditions: Auditions for next year's A-Choir will be the week of April 29th

    To audition for next years A-Choir, sign up for an audition time with Mr. Stern in MU-2. Audition requirements are posted outside MU-2 and on Mr. Stern's Website.

    2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award:

    Are you artistic? Do you like to express yourself creatively? Would you like your artwork recognized by Cupertino Union School District AND win a cash prize?

    Then you should enter our district art contest where the winners will be eligible for the 2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award.

    Theme: "We're in it together: how teamwork changes our lives”

    Pick up an entry form from the office or from Ms. Gotesman in room 51. Deadline for submission is May 3rd!

    Today is your last day for retrieving from Lost & Found:  Check the Lost & Found rack beside the office for shoes, jackets, water bottles, lunch bags, PE clothes, and more!  Items will be donated TODAY!

    Allies: Moving Forward & Making Connections @ Fremont HS & Homestead HS

    June 17 to July 3, 2019, 5 Elective Credits

    As allies, you will…

    • Make new friends
    • Work as a team
    • Understand yourself & others
    • Get to know your new school & teachers
    • Build skills to be successful in school
    • Learn how your brain works

    Interested? Applications are available in the CMS office. Deadline: April 31st, 2019

    Questions? Contact:

    Cupertino Earth Day and Arbor Day: Saturday, April 13th, Civic Center Plaza, 11:00 am - 3:00 pm

    Bike rides, Yoga, Earth Day Poetry, Martial Arts, Mayoral Proclamation, Tree Walking Tour, Music, Rock Climbing, Animals, Food Trucks, and More!

    4th Annual Pedal 4 the Planet - Family Bike Ride: All Ages Welcome!  Saturday, April 13th, Cupertino City Center.

    9:00 am Registration & Bike Checks, 10:00 am Ride Starts

    Family Ride: 5.5 miles and Recreational Ride: 11 miles

    For more information please visit: cupertino.org/saferoutes

    After School Sports:

    Track & Field:

    Please enroll online at Valley Athletic League to join the CMS track & field team!

    This is a non-cut sport, all are welcome (:

    Practice this week, after school at the track.

    The first track meet is scheduled for Tuesday, April 30th at Lawson Middle School.

    If you have any questions please see Mr. Sickler or Ms. Lehman. GO BEARS!"

    Clubs:

    Friday

    Lunch

    (No Clubs - Bear Pride Friday in the Quad)

     
       

    Dungeons and Dragons Club

    3

     

    After School

    League of Legends (once per month)

    22

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    Office

     

    Monday

    Lunch

    Students Partner with Veterans (every other week)

    21

       

    Classic New York Hip-Hop Club

    35

       

    Yu-Gi-Oh

    53

       

    Book Club

    1

       

    Advanced Strings

    MU2

       

    Dance Club

    25

       

    Nintendo Club

    38

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Speech and Debate

    2

       

    FBLA

    36 and 40

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    21


    Thursday, April 11th

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!  

    Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations for the Bike Cage:

    Be Safe:

    • Dismount and walk your bike in and out of the cage.
    • Obey traffic rules, such as wearing a helmet.

    Be Respectful:

    • Wait for your turn to enter and exit.

    Be Responsible:

    • Lock your bike securely in an appropriate space
    • Keep your belongings with you
    • Remove your bike daily

    Go Bears!

    Yosemite Art Contest: 8th graders who attended the Yosemite trip were invited to submit photos and artwork for a CMS Yosemite Art contest.  Students who submitted work on time were considered and scored by a team of Yosemite teachers. Their artwork will be on display in the office and they will receive a keepsake of their artwork.

    Congratulations! to the winners:   Jonathan S., Kiana H., Ainsley D., Anjanaa P. K., and Ramya P.

    Talent Show Auditions: Wednesday, April 24th

    Auditions for the talent show will be held in the Event Center after school from 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm on Wednesday, April 24th. Please see Ms. Hynes in room 43 for the talent show forms.

    A-Choir Auditions: Auditions for next year's A-Choir will be the week of April 29th

    To audition for next years A-Choir, sign up for an audition time with Mr. Stern in MU-2. Audition requirements are posted outside MU-2 and on Mr. Stern's Website.

    2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award:

    Are you artistic? Do you like to express yourself creatively? Would you like your artwork recognized by Cupertino Union School District AND win a cash prize?

    Then you should enter our district art contest where the winners will be eligible for the 2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award.

    Theme: "We're in it together: how teamwork changes our lives”

    Pick up an entry form from the office or from Ms. Gotesman in room 51. Deadline for submission is May 3rd!

    Lost & Found:  Check the Lost & Found rack beside the office for shoes, jackets, water bottles, lunch bags, PE clothes, and more!  Items will be donated tomorrow, Friday, April 12th.

    Allies: Moving Forward & Making Connections @ Fremont HS & Homestead HS

    June 17 to July 3, 2019, 5 Elective Credits

    As allies, you will…

    • Make new friends
    • Work as a team
    • Understand yourself & others
    • Get to know your new school & teachers
    • Build skills to be successful in school
    • Learn how your brain works

    Interested? Applications are available in the CMS office. Deadline: April 31st, 2019

    Questions? Contact:

    Fremont High School Featherettes Dance Team for 2019-2020:

    Today is the final mandatory Dance Team Workshop

    April 11th, 3:30 pm - 6:00 pm @ FHS Dance Studio.

    What to Wear

    Black, white or red clothing that is form fitting so the coaches and judging panel can see your movement clearly. Your hair should be pulled back into a tight low ponytail. Dance shoes are preferred but athletic shoes that lace up are also allowed. You will not be allowed to dance in socks.

    Information: Fremont High School website at:  https://fhs.fuhsd.org/student-life/athletics/dance-team  Follow us on Instagram @fremonths_dance

    Cupertino Earth Day and Arbor Day: Saturday, April 13th, Civic Center Plaza, 11:00 am - 3:00 pm

    Bike rides, Yoga, Earth Day Poetry, Martial Arts, Mayoral Proclamation, Tree Walking Tour, Music, Rock Climbing, Animals, Food Trucks, and More!

    4th Annual Pedal 4 the Planet - Family Bike Ride: All Ages Welcome!  Saturday, April 13th, Cupertino City Center.

    9:00 am Registration & Bike Checks, 10:00 am Ride Starts

    Family Ride: 5.5 miles and Recreational Ride: 11 miles

    For more information please visit: cupertino.org/saferoutes

    After School Sports:

    Track & Field:

    Please enroll online at Valley Athletic League to join the CMS track & field team!

    This is a non-cut sport, all are welcome (:

    Practice this week, after school at the track.

    The first track meet is scheduled for Tuesday, April 30th at Lawson Middle School.

    If you have any questions please see Mr. Sickler or Ms. Lehman. GO BEARS!"

    Clubs:

    Thursday

    Lunch

    Shogi Club

    8

       

    Anime Club

    35

       

    Arting

    51

       

    Feminism Club

    29

       

    Rubik's Cube Club

    22

     

    After School

    Improv Comedy Team

    Library

       

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

    Friday

    Lunch

    (No Clubs - Bear Pride Friday in the Quad)

     
       

    Dungeons and Dragons Club

    3

     

    After School

    League of Legends (once per month)

    22

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    Office


    Wednesday, April 10th

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!  

    Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations for the Bike Cage:

    Be Safe:

    • Dismount and walk your bike in and out of the cage.
    • Obey traffic rules, such as wearing a helmet.

    Be Respectful:

    • Wait for your turn to enter and exit.

    Be Responsible:

    • Lock your bike securely in an appropriate space
    • Keep your belongings with you
    • Remove your bike daily

    Go Bears!

    Yosemite Art Contest: 8th graders who attended the Yosemite trip were invited to submit photos and artwork for a CMS Yosemite Art contest.  Students who submitted work on time were considered and scored by a team of Yosemite teachers. Their artwork will be on display in the office and they will receive a keepsake of their artwork.

    Congratulations! to the winners:   Jonathan S., Kiana H., Ainsley D., Anjanaa P. K., and Ramya P.

    Attention! Speech and Debate Club meet in room 2 during the first 10 minutes of lunch TODAY.

    A-Choir Auditions: Auditions for next year's A-Choir will be the week of April 29th

    To audition for next years A-Choir, sign up for an audition time with Mr. Stern in MU-2. Audition requirements are posted outside MU-2 and on Mr. Stern's Website.

    2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award:

    Are you artistic? Do you like to express yourself creatively? Would you like your artwork recognized by Cupertino Union School District AND win a cash prize?

    Then you should enter our district art contest where the winners will be eligible for the 2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award.

    Theme: "We're in it together: how teamwork changes our lives”

    Pick up an entry form from the office or from Ms. Gotesman in room 51.

    Deadline for submission is May 3rd!

    Lost & Found:  Check the Lost & Found rack beside the office for shoes, jackets, water bottles, lunch bags, PE clothes, and more!  Items will be donated next Friday, April 12th.

    Allies: Moving Forward & Making Connections @ Fremont HS & Homestead HS

    June 17 to July 3, 2019, 5 Elective Credits

    As allies, you will…

    • Make new friends
    • Work as a team
    • Understand yourself & others
    • Get to know your new school & teachers
    • Build skills to be successful in school
    • Learn how your brain works

    Interested? Applications are available in the CMS office. Deadline: April 31st, 2019

    Questions? Contact:

    Fremont High School Featherettes Dance Team for 2019-2020:

    Mandatory Dance Team Workshops continue today and tomorrow from 3:30 pm - 6:00 pm at Fremont High School Dance Studio

    What to Wear: Black, white or red clothing that is form fitting so the coaches and judging panel can see your movement clearly. Your hair should be pulled back into a tight low ponytail. Dance shoes are preferred but athletic shoes that lace up are also allowed. You will not be allowed to dance in socks.

    Information: Fremont High School website at https://fhs.fuhsd.org/student-life/athletics/dance-team  Follow us on Instagram @fremonths_dance

    Cupertino Earth Day and Arbor Day: Saturday, April 13th, Civic Center Plaza, 11:00 am - 3:00 pm.

    Bike rides, Yoga, Earth Day Poetry, Martial Arts, Mayoral Proclamation, Tree Walking Tour, Music, Rock Climbing, Animals, Food Trucks, and More!

    4th Annual Pedal 4 the Planet - Family Bike Ride: All Ages Welcome!  Saturday, April 13th, Cupertino City Center.

    9:00 am Registration & Bike Checks, 10:00 am Ride Starts

    Family Ride: 5.5 miles and Recreational Ride: 11 miles

    For more information please visit: cupertino.org/saferoutes

    After School Sports:

    Track & Field:

    Please enroll online at Valley Athletic League to join the CMS track & field team!

    This is a non-cut sport, all are welcome (:

    Practice this week, after school at the track.

    If you have any questions please see Mr. Sickler or Ms. Lehman. GO BEARS!"

    Clubs:

    Wednesday

    Lunch

    MathCounts / Math Olympiads

    31

       

    Origami Club

    30

       

    Microcontroller Programming Club

    27

       

    String Orchestra

    MU-2

       

    Swift Playgrounds

    22

       

    Fandom

    1

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    22

    Thursday

    Lunch

    Shogi Club

    8

       

    Anime Club

    35

       

    Arting

    51

       

    Feminism Club

    29

       

    Rubik's Cube Club

    22

     

    After School

    Improv Comedy Team

    Library

       

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51


    Tuesday, April 9th

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!  

    Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations for the Bike Cage:

    Be Safe:

    • Dismount and walk your bike in and out of the cage.
    • Obey traffic rules, such as wearing a helmet.

    Be Respectful:

    • Wait for your turn to enter and exit.

    Be Responsible:

    • Lock your bike securely in an appropriate space
    • Keep your belongings with you
    • Remove your bike daily

    Go Bears!

    Yosemite Art Contest: 8th graders who attended the Yosemite trip were invited to submit photos and artwork for a CMS Yosemite Art contest.  Students who submitted work on time were considered and scored by a team of Yosemite teachers. Their artwork will be on display in the office and they will receive a keepsake of their artwork.

    Congratulations! to the winners:   Jonathan S., Kiana H., Ainsley D., Anjanaa P. K., and Ramya P.

    A-Choir Auditions: Auditions for next year's A-Choir will be the week of April 29th

    To audition for next years A-Choir, sign up for an audition time with Mr. Stern in MU-2. Audition requirements are posted outside MU-2 and on Mr. Stern's Website.

    2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award:

    Are you artistic? Do you like to express yourself creatively? Would you like your artwork recognized by Cupertino Union School District AND win a cash prize?

    Then you should enter our district art contest where the winners will be eligible for the 2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award.

    Theme: "We're in it together: how teamwork changes our lives”

    Pick up an entry form from the office or from Ms. Gotesman in room 51. Deadline for submissions is May 3rd!

    Lost & Found:  Check the Lost & Found rack beside the office for shoes, jackets, water bottles, lunch bags, PE clothes, and more!  Items will be donated next Friday, April 12th.

    Allies: Moving Forward & Making Connections @ Fremont HS & Homestead HS

    June 17 to July 3, 2019, 5 Elective Credits

    As allies, you will…

    • Make new friends
    • Work as a team
    • Understand yourself & others
    • Get to know your new school & teachers
    • Build skills to be successful in school
    • Learn how your brain works

    Interested? Applications are available in the CMS office. Deadline: April 31st, 2019

    Questions? Contact:

    Fremont High School Featherettes Dance Team for 2019-2020:

    Would you like to be a part of the award winning Featherettes Dance Team?

    Save these dates!!! Dance Team Workshops (all days are mandatory)  April 9th, 10th, and 11th, 3:30 pm - 6:00 pm @ FHS Dance Studio

    What to Wear: Black, white or red clothing that is form fitting so the coaches and judging panel can see your movement clearly. Your hair should be pulled back into a tight low ponytail. Dance shoes are preferred but athletic shoes that lace up are also allowed. You will not be allowed to dance in socks. Information: Fremont High School website at:  https://fhs.fuhsd.org/student-life/athletics/dance-team  Follow us on Instagram @fremonths_dance

    Cupertino Earth Day and Arbor Day: Saturday, April 13th, Civic Center Plaza, 11:00 am - 3:00 pm

    Bike rides, Yoga, Earth Day Poetry, Martial Arts, Mayoral Proclamation, Tree Walking Tour, Music, Rock Climbing, Animals, Food Trucks, and More!

    4th Annual Pedal 4 the Planet - Family Bike Ride: All Ages Welcome!  Saturday, April 13th, Cupertino City Center.

    9:00 am Registration & Bike Checks, 10:00 am Ride Starts

    Family Ride: 5.5 miles and Recreational Ride: 11 miles      For more information please visit: cupertino.org/saferoutes

    After School Sports:

    Track & Field:

    Please enroll online at Valley Athletic League to join the CMS track & field team!

    This is a non-cut sport, all are welcome (:

    Practice this week, after school at the track. If you have any questions please see Mr. Sickler or Ms. Lehman. GO BEARS!"

    Clubs:

    Tuesday

    Lunch

    Metalshop / Mountain bike club

    57

       

    Table Tennis

    Event Center Stage

       

    Chess

    17

       

    DIY and stuff like that

    19

       

    Room Planner Club

    8

       

    Garden Club

    Jay's Garden

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

       

    Mathcounts / Math Olympiads

    31

           

    Wednesday

    Lunch

    MathCounts / Math Olympiads

    31

       

    Origami Club

    30

       

    Microcontroller Programming Club

    27

       

    String Orchestra

    MU-2

       

    Swift Playgrounds

    22

       

    Fandom

    1

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    22


    Monday, April 8th

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!  

    Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations for the Bike Cage:

    Be Safe:

    • Dismount and walk your bike in and out of the cage.
    • Obey traffic rules, such as wearing a helmet.

    Be Respectful:

    • Wait for your turn to enter and exit.

    Be Responsible:

    • Lock your bike securely in an appropriate space
    • Keep your belongings with you
    • Remove your bike daily

    Go Bears!

    Lost & Found:  Check the Lost & Found rack beside the office for shoes, jackets, water bottles, lunch bags, PE clothes, and more!  Items will be donated next Friday, April 12th.

    Yosemite Art Contest: 8th graders who attended the Yosemite trip were invited to submit photos and artwork for a CMS Yosemite Art contest.  Students who submitted work on time were considered and scored by a team of Yosemite teachers. Their artwork will be on display in the office and they will receive a keepsake of their artwork.

    Congratulations! to the winners:   Jonathan S., Kiana H., Ainsley D., Anjanaa P. K., and Ramya P.

    A-Choir Auditions: Auditions for next year's A-Choir will be the week of April 29th

    To audition for next years A-Choir, sign up for an audition time with Mr. Stern in MU-2. Audition requirements are posted outside MU-2 and on Mr. Stern's Website.

    2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award:

    Are you artistic? Do you like to express yourself creatively? Would you like your artwork recognized by Cupertino Union School District AND win a cash prize?

    Then you should enter our district art contest where the winners will be eligible for the 2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award. Theme: "We're in it together: how teamwork changes our lives”

    Pick up an entry form from the office or from Ms. Gotesman in room 51. Deadline for submissions is May 3rd!

    CEEF - Cupertino Educational Endowment Foundation:

    Student Board of Directors Information Night

    Today, April 8th, 7:00 pm-8:00 pm, CUSD District Office Board Room, 1309 S. Mary Avenue. Students and parents are invited to learn more about this leadership opportunity for CUSD middle school students.

    Questions?  director@ceefcares.org

    Allies: Moving Forward & Making Connections @ Fremont HS & Homestead HS

    June 17 to July 3, 2019, 5 Elective Credits

    As allies, you will…

    • Make new friends
    • Work as a team
    • Understand yourself & others
    • Get to know your new school & teachers
    • Build skills to be successful in school
    • Learn how your brain works

    Interested? Applications are available in the CMS office. Deadline: April 31st, 2019

    Questions? Contact:

    Fremont High School Featherettes Dance Team for 2019-2020:

    Would you like to be a part of the award winning Featherettes Dance Team?

    Save these dates!!!

    Parent/Student Information Night

    Today, April 8th, 6:30 - 7:30 pm @ FHS Fair Oaks Room in the A Building

    Dance Team Workshops (all days are mandatory)

    April 9th, 10th, and 11th, 3:30 pm - 6:00 pm @ FHS Dance Studio

    What to Wear

    Black, white or red clothing that is form fitting so the coaches and judging panel can see your movement clearly. Your hair should be pulled back into a tight low ponytail. Dance shoes are preferred but athletic shoes that lace up are also allowed. You will not be allowed to dance in socks.

    Information: Fremont High School website at:

    https://fhs.fuhsd.org/student-life/athletics/dance-team

    Follow us on Instagram @fremonths_dance

    Track & Field:

    Please enroll online at Valley Athletic League to join the CMS track & field team!

    This is a non-cut sport, all are welcome (:

    Practice starts Today, April 8th after school at the track.

    If you have any questions please see Mr. Sickler or Ms. Lehman. GO BEARS!"

    Clubs:

    Monday

    Lunch

    Students Partner with Veterans (every other week)

    21

       

    Classic New York Hip-Hop Club

    35

       

    Yu-Gi-Oh

    53

       

    Book Club

    1

       

    Advanced Strings

    MU2

       

    Dance Club

    25

       

    Nintendo Club

    38

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Speech and Debate

    2

       

    FBLA

    36 and 40

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    21

    Tuesday

    Lunch

    Metalshop / Mountain bike club

    57

       

    Table Tennis

    Event Center Stage

       

    Chess

    17

       

    DIY and stuff like that

    19

       

    Room Planner Club

    8

       

    Garden Club

    Jay's Garden

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

       

    Mathcounts / Math Olympiads

    31


    Friday, April 5th

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!  Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations for the Office:

    Be Safe:

    • One person at a time at the counter.
    • Watch for doors opening.

    Be Respectful:

    • Greet staff politely.
    • Wait patiently without interrupting.
    • Keep calm and communicate clearly.

    Be Responsible:

    • Take care of office concerns at the appropriate time.
    • Bring notes to the office before school begins.
    • Limit items dropped off during the school day.

    Go Bears!

    Electives: If you selected Leadership or Yearbook the application is due T~O~D~A~Y!, April 5th. The applications may be accessed through the CMS Electives website.

    Yosemite Art Contest: 8th graders who attended the Yosemite trip were invited to submit photos and artwork for a CMS Yosemite Art contest.  Students who submitted work on time were considered and scored by a team of Yosemite teachers. Their artwork will be on display in the office and they will receive a keepsake of their artwork.

    Congratulations! to the winners:   Jonathan S., Kiana H., Ainsley D., Anjanaa P. K., and Ramya P.

    2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award:

    Are you artistic? Do you like to express yourself creatively? Would you like your artwork recognized by Cupertino Union School District AND win a cash prize?

    Then you should enter our district art contest where the winners will be eligible for the 2019 Lucretia Van Horn Memorial Art Award.

    Theme: "We're in it together: how teamwork changes our lives”

    Pick up an entry form from the office or from Ms. Gotesman in room 51.

    Deadline for submissions is May 3rd!

    TODAY!, April 5th: Spring Fling 2019!, 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm, Blacktop & small field

    Family Fun, Field Games, Fitness & Food!

    Join other CMS families for an afternoon of family fun! Experience fitness in fun, new ways. This is an event for the whole family!

    Our PE teachers will lead lots of fun games that include things like frisbees, hula hoops, and cones. There will also be a mellow area for games such as chess and Jenga.

    Food Options:

    • CMS-PTO will sell pizza
    • the Oaxacan Kitchen food truck will sell Mexican food
    • Kona Ice will be providing free treats!
    • Bring your water bottle so you can stay hydrated.

    Play some games, eat some food, listen to the DJ, and have a great afternoon!

    You must enter this event through the gate by the bike cage on Helena.

    We'll see you on the blacktop and field!

    CEEF - Cupertino Educational Endowment Foundation:

    Student Board of Directors Information Night

    Next Monday, April 8th, 7:00 pm-8:00 pm, CUSD District Office Board Room, 1309 S. Mary Avenue

    Students and parents are invited to learn more about this leadership opportunity for CUSD middle school students.

    Questions?  director@ceefcares.org

    Allies: Moving Forward & Making Connections @ Fremont HS & Homestead HS

    June 17 to July 3, 2019, 5 Elective Credits

    As allies, you will…

    • Make new friends
    • Work as a team
    • Understand yourself & others
    • Get to know your new school & teachers
    • Build skills to be successful in school
    • Learn how your brain works

    Interested? Applications are available in the CMS office. Deadline: April 31st, 2019

    Questions? Contact:

    Fremont High School Featherettes Dance Team for 2019-2020:

    Would you like to be a part of the award winning Featherettes Dance Team?

    Save these dates!!!

    Parent/Student Information Night

    Monday, April 8th, 6:30 - 7:30 pm @ FHS Fair Oaks Room in the A Building

    Dance Team Workshops (all days are mandatory)

    April 9th, 10th, and 11th, 3:30 pm - 6:00 pm @ FHS Dance Studio

    What to Wear

    Black, white or red clothing that is form fitting so the coaches and judging panel can see your movement clearly. Your hair should be pulled back into a tight low ponytail. Dance shoes are preferred but athletic shoes that lace up are also allowed. You will not be allowed to dance in socks.

    Information: Fremont High School website at:

    https://fhs.fuhsd.org/student-life/athletics/dance-team

    Follow us on Instagram @fremonths_dance

    Track & Field:

    Please enroll online at Valley Athletic League to join the CMS track & field team!

    This is a non-cut sport, all are welcome (:

    Practice starts next Monday, April 8th after school at the track.

    If you have any questions please see Mr. Sickler or Ms. Lehman. GO BEARS!"

    Clubs:

    Friday

    Lunch

    (No Clubs - Bear Pride Friday in the Quad)

     
       

    Dungeons and Dragons Club

    3

     

    After School

    League of Legends (once per month)

    22

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    Office

     

    Monday

    Lunch

    Students Partner with Veterans (every other week)

    21

       

    Classic New York Hip-Hop Club

    35

       

    Yu-Gi-Oh

    53

       

    Book Club

    1

       

    Advanced Strings

    MU2

       

    Dance Club

    25

       

    Nintendo Club

    38

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Speech and Debate

    2

       

    FBLA

    36 and 40

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    21


    Thursday, April 4th

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!  Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations for the Office:

    Be Safe:

    • One person at a time at the counter.
    • Watch for doors opening.

    Be Respectful:

    • Greet staff politely.
    • Wait patiently without interrupting.
    • Keep calm and communicate clearly.

    Be Responsible:

    • Take care of office concerns at the appropriate time.
    • Bring notes to the office before school begins.
    • Limit items dropped off during the school day.

    Go Bears!

    Electives: If you selected Leadership or Yearbook the application is due TOMORROW!, April 5th. The applications may be accessed through the CMS Electives website.

    Yosemite Art Contest: 8th graders who attended the Yosemite trip were invited to submit photos and artwork for a CMS Yosemite Art contest.  Students who submitted work on time were considered and scored by a team of Yosemite teachers. Their artwork will be on display in the office and they will receive a keepsake of their artwork.

    Congratulations! to the winners:   Jonathan S., Kiana H., Ainsley D., Anjanaa P. K., and Ramya P.

    Tomorrow!, April 5th: Spring Fling 2019!, 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm, Blacktop & small field

    Family Fun, Field Games, Fitness & Food!

    Join other CMS families for an afternoon of family fun! Experience fitness in fun, new ways. This is an event for the whole family!

    Our PE teachers will lead lots of fun games that include things like frisbees, hula hoops, and cones. There will also be a mellow area for games such as chess and Jenga.

    Food Options:

    • CMS-PTO will sell pizza
    • the Oaxacan Kitchen food truck will sell Mexican food
    • Kona Ice will be providing free treats!
    • Bring your water bottle so you can stay hydrated.

    Play some games, eat some food, listen to the DJ, and have a great afternoon!

    You must enter this event through the gate by the bike cage on Helena.

    We'll see you on the blacktop and field!

    CEEF - Cupertino Educational Endowment Foundation:

    Student Board of Directors Information Night

    Monday, April 8th, 7:00 pm-8:00 pm, CUSD District Office Board Room, 1309 S. Mary Avenue

    Students and parents are invited to learn more about this leadership opportunity for CUSD middle school students.

    Questions?  director@ceefcares.org

    Allies: Moving Forward & Making Connections @ Fremont HS & Homestead HS

    June 17 to July 3, 2019, 5 Elective Credits

    As allies, you will…

    • Make new friends
    • Work as a team
    • Understand yourself & others
    • Get to know your new school & teachers
    • Build skills to be successful in school
    • Learn how your brain works

    Interested? Applications are available in the CMS office. Deadline: April 31st, 2019

    Questions? Contact:

    Fremont High School Featherettes Dance Team for 2019-2020:

    Would you like to be a part of the award winning Featherettes Dance Team?

    Save these dates!!!

    Parent/Student Information Night

    Monday, April 8th, 6:30 - 7:30 pm @ FHS Fair Oaks Room in the A Building

    Dance Team Workshops (all days are mandatory)

    April 9th, 10th, and 11th, 3:30 pm - 6:00 pm @ FHS Dance Studio

    What to Wear

    Black, white or red clothing that is form fitting so the coaches and judging panel can see your movement clearly. Your hair should be pulled back into a tight low ponytail. Dance shoes are preferred but athletic shoes that lace up are also allowed. You will not be allowed to dance in socks.

    Information: Fremont High School website at:

    https://fhs.fuhsd.org/student-life/athletics/dance-team

    Follow us on Instagram @fremonths_dance

    After School Sports:  Playoffs!

    8th Boys Volleyball vs. Blach Falcons

    TODAY!, April 4th @ 3:45, Egan Gym

    Track & Field:

    Please enroll online at Valley Athletic League to join the CMS track & field team!

    This is a non-cut sport, all are welcome (:

    Practice starts next Monday, April 8th after school at the track.

    If you have any questions please see Mr. Sickler or Ms. Lehman. GO BEARS!"

    Clubs:

    Thursday

    Lunch

    Shogi Club

    8

       

    Anime Club

    35

       

    Arting

    51

       

    Feminism Club

    29

       

    Rubik's Cube Club

    22

     

    After School

    Improv Comedy Team

    Library

       

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

    Friday

    Lunch

    (No Clubs - Bear Pride Friday in the Quad)

     
       

    Dungeons and Dragons Club

    3

     

    After School

    League of Legends (once per month)

    22

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    Office


    Wednesday, April 3, 2019

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!  Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations for the Office:

    Be Safe:

    • One person at a time at the counter.
    • Watch for doors opening.

    Be Respectful:

    • Greet staff politely.
    • Wait patiently without interrupting.
    • Keep calm and communicate clearly.

    Be Responsible:

    • Take care of office concerns at the appropriate time.
    • Bring notes to the office before school begins.
    • Limit items dropped off during the school day.

    Go Bears!

    Electives: If you selected Leadership or Yearbook the application is due this Friday, April 5th. The applications may be accessed through the CMS Electives website.

    A-Choir Auditions: Auditions for next year's A-Choir will be the week of April 29th - May 3rd. To audition for next years A-Choir, sign up for an audition time with Mr. Stern in MU-2. Audition requirements are posted outside MU-2 and on Mr. Stern's Website.

    Friday, April 5th: Spring Fling 2019!, 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm, Blacktop & small field

    Family Fun, Field Games, Fitness & Food!

    Join other CMS families for an afternoon of family fun! Experience fitness in fun, new ways. This is an event for the whole family!

    Our PE teachers will lead lots of fun games that include things like frisbees, hula hoops, and cones. There will also be a mellow area for games such as chess and Jenga.

    Food Options:

    • CMS-PTO will sell pizza
    • the Oaxacan Kitchen food truck will sell Mexican food
    • Kona Ice will be providing free treats!
    • Bring your water bottle so you can stay hydrated.

    Play some games, eat some food, listen to the DJ, and have a great afternoon!

    You must enter this event through the gate by the bike cage on Helena.

    We'll see you on the blacktop and field!

    CEEF - Cupertino Educational Endowment Foundation:

    Student Board of Directors Information Night

    Monday, April 8th, 7:00 pm-8:00 pm, CUSD District Office Board Room, 1309 S. Mary Avenue

    Students and parents are invited to learn more about this leadership opportunity for CUSD middle school students.

    Questions?  director@ceefcares.org

    Allies: Moving Forward & Making Connections @ Fremont HS & Homestead HS

    June 17 to July 3, 2019, 5 Elective Credits

    As allies, you will…

    • Make new friends
    • Work as a team
    • Understand yourself & others
    • Get to know your new school & teachers
    • Build skills to be successful in school
    • Learn how your brain works

    Interested? Applications are available in the CMS office. Deadline: April 31st, 2019

    Questions? Contact:

    Fremont High School Featherettes Dance Team for 2019-2020:

    Would you like to be a part of the award winning Featherettes Dance Team?

    Save these dates!!!

    Parent/Student Information Night

    Monday, April 8th, 6:30 - 7:30 pm @ FHS Fair Oaks Room in the A Building

    Dance Team Workshops (all days are mandatory)

    April 9th, 10th, and 11th, 3:30 pm - 6:00 pm @ FHS Dance Studio

    What to Wear

    Black, white or red clothing that is form fitting so the coaches and judging panel can see your movement clearly. Your hair should be pulled back into a tight low ponytail. Dance shoes are preferred but athletic shoes that lace up are also allowed. You will not be allowed to dance in socks.

    Information: Fremont High School website at:

    https://fhs.fuhsd.org/student-life/athletics/dance-team

    Follow us on Instagram @fremonths_dance

    After School Sports:  Playoffs!

    8th Boys Volleyball vs. Blach Falcons

    Thursday, April 4th @ 3:45, Egan Gym

    Track & Field:

    Please enroll online at Valley Athletic League to join the CMS track & field team!

    This is a non-cut sport, all are welcome (:

    Practice starts next Monday, April 8th after school at the track.

    If you have any questions please see Mr. Sickler or Ms. Lehman. GO BEARS!"

    Clubs:

    Wednesday

    Lunch

    MathCounts / Math Olympiads

    31

       

    Origami Club

    30

       

    Microcontroller Programming Club

    27

       

    String Orchestra

    MU-2

       

    Swift Playgrounds

    22

       

    Fandom

    1

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    22

       

    Science Olympiads

    24

    Thursday

    Lunch

    Shogi Club

    8

       

    Anime Club

    35

       

    Arting

    51

       

    Feminism Club

    29

       

    Rubik's Cube Club

    22

     

    After School

    Improv Comedy Team

    Library

       

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51


    Tuesday, April 2

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!  Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations for the Office:

    Be Safe:

    • One person at a time at the counter.
    • Watch for doors opening.

    Be Respectful:

    • Greet staff politely.
    • Wait patiently without interrupting.
    • Keep calm and communicate clearly.

    Be Responsible:

    • Take care of office concerns at the appropriate time.
    • Bring notes to the office before school begins.
    • Limit items dropped off during the school day.

    Go Bears!

    A-Choir Auditions: Auditions for next year's A-Choir will be the week of April 29th - May 3rd

    To audition for next years A-Choir, sign up for an audition time with Mr. Stern in MU-2. Audition requirements are posted outside MU-2 and on Mr. Stern's Website.

    Friday, April 5th: Spring Fling 2019!, 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm, Blacktop & small field

    Family Fun, Field Games, Fitness & Food!

    Join other CMS families for an afternoon of family fun! Experience fitness in fun, new ways. This is an event for the whole family!

    Our PE teachers will lead lots of fun games that include things like frisbees, hula hoops, and cones. There will also be a mellow area for games such as chess and Jenga.

    Food Options:

    • CMS-PTO will sell pizza
    • the Oaxacan Kitchen food truck will sell Mexican food
    • Kona Ice will be providing free treats!
    • Bring your water bottle so you can stay hydrated.

    Play some games, eat some food, listen to the DJ, and have a great afternoon!

    You must enter this event through the bike cage on Helena.

    We'll see you on the blacktop and field!

    Allies: Moving Forward & Making Connections @ Fremont HS & Homestead HS

    June 17 to July 3, 2019, 5 Elective Credits

    As allies, you will…

    • Make new friends
    • Work as a team
    • Understand yourself & others
    • Get to know your new school & teachers
    • Build skills to be successful in school
    • Learn how your brain works

    Interested? Applications are available in the CMS office. Deadline: April 31, 2019

    Questions? Contact:

    Fremont High School Featherettes Dance Team for 2019-2020:

    Would you like to be a part of the award winning Featherettes Dance Team?

    Save these dates!!!

    Parent/Student Information Night

    Monday, April 8th, 6:30 - 7:30 pm @ FHS Fair Oaks Room in the A Building

    Dance Team Workshops (all days mandatory)

    April 9th, 10th, and 11th, 3:30 pm - 6:00 pm @ FHS Dance Studio

    What to Wear

    Black, white or red clothing that is form fitting so the coaches and judging panel can see your movement clearly. Your hair should be pulled back into a tight low ponytail. Dance shoes are preferred but athletic shoes that lace up are also allowed. You will not be allowed to dance in socks.

    Information

    Fremont High School website at: https://fhs.fuhsd.org/student-life/athletics/dance-team

    Follow us on Instagram @fremonths_dance

    Homestead High School Cheerleading Tryouts for 2019-2020:

    When: Cheer Clinics - TODAY - April 2nd from 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

    ***Clinics are Mandatory, no exceptions!!

    Tryouts: April 4th, starting at 6:00 pm

    Where: Homestead High School, Small Gym

    What to Wear: plain shorts, plain tee-shirt, tennis shoes, hair (in a ponytail) *NO Jewelry!

    Mandatory Parent Meeting – March 28th from 7:00- 8:00 pm in HHS Cafeteria

    **Try Out packets available by emailing: hhsmustangcheer1@gmail.com

    Save the Planet: Today at lunch, room 5.

    After School Sports:   Playoffs!

    Today, April 2nd vs. Winner of G1

    Boys Volleyball:

    8th: @ 3:45, CMS Event Center

    Track & Field:

    Please enroll online at Valley Athletic League to join the CMS track & field team!

    This is a non-cut sport, all are welcome (:

    Practice starts next Monday April 8th after school at the track.

    If you have any questions please see Mr. Sickler or Ms. Lehman. GO BEARS!"

     

    Clubs:

    Tuesday

    Lunch

    Metalshop / Mountain bike club

    57

       

    Table Tennis

    Event Center Stage

       

    Chess

    17

       

    Save the Planet

    5

       

    DIY and stuff like that

    19

       

    Room Planner Club

    8

       

    Garden Club

    Jay's Garden

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

       

    Mathcounts / Math Olympiads

    31

           

    Wednesday

    Lunch

    MathCounts / Math Olympiads

    31

       

    Origami Club

    30

       

    Microcontroller Programming Club

    27

       

    String Orchestra

    MU-2

       

    Swift Playgrounds

    22

       

    Fandom

    1

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    22

       

    Science Olympiads

    24


    Monday, April 1

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!  Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations for the Office:

    Be Safe:

    • One person at a time at the counter.
    • Watch for doors opening.

    Be Respectful:

    • Greet staff politely.
    • Wait patiently without interrupting.
    • Keep calm and communicate clearly.

    Be Responsible:

    • Take care of office concerns at the appropriate time.
    • Bring notes to the office before school begins.
    • Limit items dropped off during the school day.

    Go Bears!

    A-Choir Auditions: Auditions for next year's A-Choir will be the week of April 29th - May 3rd

    To audition for next years A-Choir, sign up for an audition time with Mr. Stern in MU-2. Audition requirements are posted outside MU-2 and on Mr. Stern's Website.

    Allies: Moving Forward & Making Connections @ Fremont HS & Homestead HS

    June 17 to July 3, 2019, 5 Elective Credits

    As allies, you will…

    • Make new friends
    • Work as a team
    • Understand yourself & others
    • Get to know your new school & teachers
    • Build skills to be successful in school
    • Learn how your brain works

    Interested? Applications are available in the CMS office. Deadline: April 31, 2019

    Questions? Contact:

    Homestead High School Cheerleading Tryouts for 2019-2020:

    When: Cheer Clinics - TOMORROW - April 2nd from 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

    ***Clinics are Mandatory, no exceptions!!

    Tryouts: April 4th, starting at 6:00 pm

    Where: Homestead High School, Small Gym

    What to Wear: plain shorts, plain tee-shirt, tennis shoes, hair (in a ponytail) *NO Jewelry!

    Mandatory Parent Meeting – March 28th from 7:00- 8:00 pm in HHS Cafeteria

    **Try Out packets available by emailing: hhsmustangcheer1@gmail.com

    Advanced Strings: For strings players who have two or more years of playing experience. Lunch, MU2

    Nintendo Club: A place where students can talk about their favorite games/characters with fellow Nintendo enthusiasts. Room 38, Today at Lunch.

    Clubs:

    Monday

    Lunch

    Students Partner with Veterans (every other week)

    21

       

    Classic New York Hip-Hop Club

    35

       

    Yu-Gi-Oh

    53

       

    Book Club

    1

       

    Advanced Strings

    MU2

       

    Dance Club

    25

       

    Nintendo Club

    38

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Speech and Debate

    2

       

    FBLA

    36 and 40

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    21

    Tuesday

    Lunch

    Metalshop / Mountain bike club

    57

       

    Table Tennis

    Event Center Stage

       

    Chess

    17

       

    Save the Planet

    5

       

    DIY and stuff like that

    19

       

    Room Planner Club

    8

       

    Garden Club

    Jay's Garden

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

       

    Mathcounts / Math Olympiads

    31


    Friday, March 28

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!  Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations for the Locker Room:

    Be Safe:

    • Keep personal belongings out of walkways.

    Be Respectful:

    • Practice good hygiene.
    • Be mindful of others and space.

    Be Responsible:

    • Put away equipment and found and lost items.

    Go Bears!

    Book Drive: Today is the last day for the book drive in the library hallway.

    The Book Bank is collecting new and gently used K-8 books.

    Talent Show meeting: Today, Friday, March 29th at lunch in room 43

    If you are interested in auditioning and participating in this years talent show please attend the meeting on Friday, March 29th at lunch in room 43. We will be going over the information to participate and dates of auditions and rehearsals.

    We look forward to seeing you there.

    Mrs. Asselin, Ms. Hynes, and Mrs. Mattier

    Lost & Found:  Check the Lost & Found rack beside the office for shoes, jackets, water bottles, lunch bags, PE clothes, and more!  Items will be donated next Friday, April 5th.

    Fremont High School’s dance team, the Featherettes:

    Today, Friday, March 29th

    A few members of the Fremont High School's dance team, the Featherettes, will be in the CMS Rally Quad to answer questions for 8th grade students interested in Fremont's dance team.  Come talk to them and watch their dance videos!

    Allies: Moving Forward & Making Connections @ Fremont HS & Homestead HS

    June 17 to July 3, 2019, 5 Elective Credits

    As allies, you will…

    • Make new friends
    • Work as a team
    • Understand yourself & others
    • Get to know your new school & teachers
    • Build skills to be successful in school
    • Learn how your brain works

    Interested? Applications are available in the CMS office. Deadline: April 31, 2019

    Questions? Contact:

    Homestead High School Cheerleading Tryouts for 2019-2020:

    When: Cheer Clinics - April 2nd from 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

    ***Clinics are Mandatory, no exceptions!!

    Tryouts: April 4th, starting at 6:00 pm

    Where: Homestead High School, Small Gym

    What to Wear: plain shorts, plain tee-shirt, tennis shoes, hair (in a ponytail) *NO Jewelry!

    Mandatory Parent Meeting – March 28th from 7:00- 8:00 pm in HHS Cafeteria

    **Try Out packets available by emailing: hhsmustangcheer1@gmail.com  

    Faria Walkaround:

    Faria Elementary School is looking for student volunteers for their Faria Walkaround today, Friday, March 29th from 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm. This event brings together hundreds of Faria families around a single goal of raising funds to support Faria’s philosophy and goals. We would love to have you volunteer for a few spots to ensure a smooth experience for everyone.  Contact Faria via their website for more information.

    Clubs:

    Friday

    Lunch

    (No Clubs - Bear Pride Friday in the Quad)

     
       

    Dungeons and Dragons Club

    3

     

    After School

    League of Legends (once per month)

    22

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    Office

     

    Monday

    Lunch

    Students Partner with Veterans (every other week)

    21

       

    Classic New York Hip-Hop Club

    35

       

    Yu-Gi-Oh

    53

       

    Book Club

    1

       

    Advanced Strings

    MU2

       

    Dance Club

    25

       

    Nintendo Club

    38

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Speech and Debate

    2

       

    FBLA

    36 and 40

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    21

    Thursday, March 28

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!  Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations for the Locker Room:

    Be Safe:

    • Keep personal belongings out of walkways.

    Be Respectful:

    • Practice good hygiene.
    • Be mindful of others and space.

    Be Responsible:

    • Put away equipment and found and lost items.

    Go Bears!

    Book Drive: Monday, March 25th - Friday, March 29th in the library hallway.

    The Book Bank is collecting new and gently used K-8 books.

    Talent Show meeting: Tomorrow, Friday, March 29th at lunch in room 43

    If you are interested in auditioning and participating in this years talent show please attend the meeting on Friday, March 29th at lunch in room 43. We will be going over the information to participate and dates of auditions and rehearsals.

    We look forward to seeing you there.

    Mrs. Asselin, Ms. Hynes, and Mrs. Mattier

    Allies: Moving Forward & Making Connections @ Fremont HS & Homestead HS

    June 17 to July 3, 2019, 5 Elective Credits

    As allies, you will…

    • Make new friends
    • Work as a team
    • Understand yourself & others
    • Get to know your new school & teachers
    • Build skills to be successful in school
    • Learn how your brain works

    Interested? Applications are available in the CMS office. Deadline: April 31, 2019

    Questions? Contact:

    Homestead High School Cheerleading Tryouts for 2019-2020:

    When: Cheer Clinics - April 2nd from 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

    ***Clinics are Mandatory, no exceptions!!

    Tryouts: April 4th, starting at 6:00 pm

    Where: Homestead High School, Small Gym

    What to Wear: plain shorts, plain tee-shirt, tennis shoes, hair (in a ponytail) *NO Jewelry!

    Mandatory Parent Meeting – March 28th from 7:00- 8:00 pm in HHS Cafeteria

    **Try Out packets available by emailing: hhsmustangcheer1@gmail.com  

    Lost & Found:  Check the Lost & Found rack beside the office for shoes, jackets, water bottles, lunch bags, PE clothes, and more!  Items will be donated on Friday, April 5th.

    Faria Walkaround:

    Faria Elementary School is looking for student volunteers for their Faria Walkaround tomorrow, Friday, March 29th from 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm. This event brings together hundreds of Faria families around a single goal of raising funds to support Faria’s philosophy and goals. We would love to have you volunteer for a few spots to ensure a smooth experience for everyone.  Contact Faria via their website for more information.

    After School Sports:

    Today, Thursday, March 28th vs. Lawson Lightning

    Boys Volleyball:

    6th: @ 3:45, CMS Event Center

    7th: @ 5:00, CMS Event Center

    Clubs:

    Thursday

    Lunch

    Shogi Club

    8

       

    Anime Club

    35

       

    Arting

    51

       

    Feminism Club

    29

       

    Rubik's Cube Club

    22

     

    After School

    Improv Comedy Team

    Library

       

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

    Friday

    Lunch

    (No Clubs - Bear Pride Friday in the Quad)

     
       

    Dungeons and Dragons Club

    3

     

    After School

    League of Legends (once per month)

    22

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    Office


    Wednesday, March 27

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!  Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations for the Locker Room:

    Be Safe:

    • Keep personal belongings out of walkways.

    Be Respectful:

    • Practice good hygiene.
    • Be mindful of others and space.

    Be Responsible:

    • Put away equipment and found and lost items.

    Go Bears!

    Book Drive: Monday, March 25th - Friday, March 29th in the library hallway.

    The Book Bank is collecting new and gently used K-8 books.

    Talent Show meeting: Friday, March 29th at lunch in room 43

    If you are interested in auditioning and participating in this years talent show please attend the meeting on Friday, March 29th at lunch in room 43. We will be going over the information to participate and dates of auditions and rehearsals.

    We look forward to seeing you there.

    Mrs. Asselin, Ms. Hynes, and Mrs. Mattier

    Lost & Found:  Check the Lost & Found rack beside the office for shoes, jackets, water bottles, lunch bags, PE clothes, and more!  Items will be donated on Friday, April 5th.

    Allies: Moving Forward & Making Connections @ Fremont HS & Homestead HS

    June 17 to July 3, 2019, 5 Elective Credits

    As allies, you will…

    • Make new friends
    • Work as a team
    • Understand yourself & others
    • Get to know your new school & teachers
    • Build skills to be successful in school
    • Learn how your brain works

    Interested? Applications are available in the CMS office. Deadline: April 31, 2019

    Questions? Contact:

    Homestead High School Cheerleading Tryouts for 2019-2020:

    When: Cheer Clinics - April 2nd from 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

    ***Clinics are Mandatory, no exceptions!!

    Tryouts: April 4th, starting at 6:00 pm

    Where: Homestead High School, Small Gym

    What to Wear: plain shorts, plain tee-shirt, tennis shoes, hair (in a ponytail) *NO Jewelry!

    Mandatory Parent Meeting – March 28th from 7:00- 8:00 pm in HHS Cafeteria

    **Try Out packets available by emailing: hhsmustangcheer1@gmail.com  

    Faria Walkaround:

    Faria Elementary School is looking for student volunteers for their Faria Walkaround on March 29th from 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm. This event brings together hundreds of Faria families around a single goal of raising funds to support Faria’s philosophy and goals. We would love to have you volunteer for a few spots to ensure a smooth experience for everyone.  Contact Faria via their website for more information.

    After School Sports:

    Thursday, March 28th vs. Lawson Lightning

    Boys Volleyball:

    6th: @ 3:45, CMS Event Center

    7th: @ 5:00, CMS Event Center

    Clubs:

    Wednesday

    Lunch

    MathCounts / Math Olympiads

    31

       

    Origami Club

    30

       

    Microcontroller Programming Club

    27

       

    String Orchestra

    MU-2

       

    Swift Playgrounds

    22

       

    Fandom

    1

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    22

       

    Science Olympiads

    24

    Thursday

    Lunch

    Shogi Club

    8

       

    Anime Club

    35

       

    Musical Theater Club/Drama Club

    23

       

    Arting

    51

       

    Feminism Club

    29

       

    Rubik's Cube Club

    22

     

    After School

    Improv Comedy Team

    Library

       

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51


    Tuesday, March 26

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!  Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations for the Locker Room:

    Be Safe:

    • Keep personal belongings out of walkways.

    Be Respectful:

    • Practice good hygiene.
    • Be mindful of others and space.

    Be Responsible:

    • Put away equipment and found and lost items.

    Go Bears!

    Book Drive: Monday, March 25th - Friday, March 29th in the library hallway.

    The Book Bank is collecting new and gently used K-8 books.

    Talent Show meeting: Friday, March 29th at lunch in room 43

    If you are interested in auditioning and participating in this years talent show please attend the meeting on Friday, March 29th at lunch in room 43. We will be going over the information to participate and dates of auditions and rehearsals.

    We look forward to seeing you there.

    Mrs. Asselin, Ms. Hynes, and Mrs. Mattier

    Allies: Moving Forward & Making Connections @ Fremont HS & Homestead HS

    June 17 to July 3, 2019, 5 Elective Credits

    As allies, you will…

    • Make new friends
    • Work as a team
    • Understand yourself & others
    • Get to know your new school & teachers
    • Build skills to be successful in school
    • Learn how your brain works

    Interested? Applications are available in the CMS office. Deadline: April 31, 2019

    Questions? Contact:

    Homestead High School Cheerleading Tryouts for 2019-2020:

    When: Cheer Clinics - April 2nd from 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

    ***Clinics are Mandatory, no exceptions!!

    Tryouts: April 4th, starting at 6:00 pm

    Where: Homestead High School, Small Gym

    What to Wear: plain shorts, plain tee-shirt, tennis shoes, hair (in a ponytail) *NO Jewelry!

    Mandatory Parent Meeting – March 28th from 7:00- 8:00 pm in HHS Cafeteria

    **Try Out packets available by emailing: hhsmustangcheer1@gmail.com  

    Lost & Found:  Check the Lost & Found rack beside the office for shoes, jackets, water bottle, lunch bags, PE clothes, and more!  Items will be donated on Friday, April 5th.

    Faria Walkaround:

    Faria Elementary School is looking for student volunteers for their Faria Walkaround on March 29th from 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm. This event brings together hundreds of Faria families around a single goal of raising funds to support Faria’s philosophy and goals. We would love to have you volunteer for a few spots to ensure a smooth experience for everyone.  Contact Faria via their website for more information.

    After School Sports:

    Today, Tuesday, March 26th vs. Sunnyvale Spartans

    Boys Volleyball:

    6th: @ 3:45, Sunnyvale Gym

    7th: @ 3:45, Sunnyvale Gym

    8th: @ 3:45, CMS Event Center

    Girls Soccer:

    6th/7th: @ 3:45, Sunnyvale Field

    7th/8th: @ 3:45, CMS Field

    Clubs:

    Tuesday

    Lunch

    Metalshop / Mountain bike club

    57

       

    Table Tennis

    Event Center Stage

       

    Chess

    17

       

    Save the Planet

    5

       

    DIY and stuff like that

    19

       

    Room Planner Club

    8

       

    Garden Club

    Jay's Garden

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

       

    Mathcounts / Math Olympiads

    31

           

    Wednesday

    Lunch

    MathCounts / Math Olympiads

    31

       

    Origami Club

    30

       

    Microcontroller Programming Club

    27

       

    String Orchestra

    MU-2

       

    Swift Playgrounds

    22

       

    Fandom

    1

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    22

       

    Science Olympiads

    24

    Monday, March 25

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!  Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations for the Locker Room:

    Be Safe:

    • Keep personal belongings out of walkways.

    Be Respectful:

    • Practice good hygiene.
    • Be mindful of others and space.

    Be Responsible:

    • Put away equipment and found and lost items.

    Go Bears!

    Elective Selection Form: Elective Form due TODAY, Monday, March 25th

    Attention 6th and 7th graders! Today is the LAST day to submit your Elective Selection forms for next year. If you have any questions about the form, come see the counselors in the Library at brunch today. Remember, there are no late submissions and the form closes at midnight tonight.

    Book Drive: Monday, March 25th - Friday, March 29th in the library hallway.

    The Book Bank is collecting new and gently used K-8 books.

    Allies: Moving Forward & Making Connections @ Fremont HS & Homestead HS

    June 17 to July 3, 2019, 5 Elective Credits

    As allies, you will…

    • Make new friends
    • Work as a team
    • Understand yourself & others
    • Get to know your new school & teachers
    • Build skills to be successful in school
    • Learn how your brain works

    Interested? Applications are available in the CMS office. Deadline: April 31, 2019

    Questions? Contact:

    Homestead High School Cheerleading Tryouts for 2019-2020:

    When: Cheer Clinics - April 2nd from 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

    ***Clinics are Mandatory, no exceptions!!

    Tryouts: April 4th, starting at 6:00 pm

    Where: Homestead High School, Small Gym

    What to Wear: plain shorts, plain tee-shirt, tennis shoes, hair (in a ponytail) *NO Jewelry!

    Mandatory Parent Meeting – March 28th from 7:00- 8:00 pm in HHS Cafeteria

    **Try Out packets available by emailing: hhsmustangcheer1@gmail.com  

    Lost & Found:  Check the Lost & Found rack beside the office for shoes, jackets, water bottle, lunch bags, PE clothes, and more!  Items will be donated on Friday, April 5th.

    Advanced Strings: For strings players who have two or more years of playing experience. Lunch, MU2

    Nintendo Club: A place where students can talk about their favorite games/characters with fellow Nintendo enthusiasts. Room 38, Today at Lunch.

    After School Sports:

    Monday, March 25th vs. Graham Bears

    Boys Volleyball:

    6th: @ 3:45, CMS Event Center

    7th: @ 5:00, CMS Event Center

    8th: @ 3:45, Columbia Gym

    Girls Soccer:

    6th/7th: @ 3:45, CMS Field

    7th/8th: @ 3:45, Columbia Field

    ~~~~~

    Tuesday, March 26th vs. Sunnyvale Spartans

    Boys Volleyball:

    6th: @ 3:45, Sunnyvale Gym

    7th: @ 3:45, Sunnyvale Gym

    8th: @ 3:45, CMS Event Center

    Girls Soccer:

    6th/7th: @ 3:45, Sunnyvale Field

    7th/8th: @ 3:45, CMS Field

    Clubs:

    Monday

    Lunch

    Students Partner with Veterans (every other week)

    21

       

    Classic New York Hip-Hop Club

    35

       

    Yu-Gi-Oh

    53

       

    Book Club

    1

       

    Advanced Strings

    MU2

       

    Dance Club

    25

       

    Nintendo Club

    38

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Science Olympiads

    22

       

    Speech and Debate

    2

       

    FBLA

    36 and 40

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    21

    Tuesday

    Lunch

    Metalshop / Mountain bike club

    57

       

    Table Tennis

    Event Center Stage

       

    Chess

    17

       

    Save the Planet

    5

       

    DIY and stuff like that

    19

       

    Room Planner Club

    8

       

    Garden Club

    Jay's Garden

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

       

    Mathcounts / Math Olympiads

    31

    Friday, March 22

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!  Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations for Cyberspace:

    Be Safe:

    • Share and communicate only with those you know.

    Be Respectful:

    • Share only school appropriate material.

    Be Responsible:

    • Stay on task.
    • Use devices for school purposes only.
    • Bring charged device.

    Go Bears!

    Bear Bravo Quarter 3 Drawing: Let's celebrate the end of the third quarter!

    Today, Friday, March 22nd at Lunch in the Quad

    We will be in the Quad today at lunch for the Quarterly Bear Bravo raffle drawing for some special prizes! All Bear Bravos that were turned in from the beginning to the end of third quarter will be entered into the raffle. Be sure your Bear Bravos are turned in to the office by brunch today. See you then!

    Elective Selection Form: Elective Form due Monday, March 25th

    Attention 6th and 7th grade students! Your Elective Selection Form for next year's electives has been sent to your CUSD email account. Please remember to review this with your parent/guardian and submit it by Monday, March 25th. If you have questions about your form, please see the counselors during drop-in sessions in the Library at Brunch today, March 22nd, and Monday, March 25th.

    Library has limited availability during brunch/lunch 3/22:

    There will be limited access to the Library during brunch and lunch. Please come in to print or check out a book or for the Elective form drop-in sessions with counselors at brunch.

    Yosemite Equipment Checkout:

    Students, items you checked out need to be returned to the office by today, March 22nd.  

    Be sure items are:

    • clean
    • in a bag
    • the bag is labeled with your name

    Homestead High School Cheerleading Tryouts for 2019-2020:

    When: Cheer Clinics - April 2nd from 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

    ***Clinics are Mandatory, no exceptions!!

    Tryouts: April 4th, starting at 6:00 pm

    Where: Homestead High School, Small Gym

    What to Wear: plain shorts, plain tee-shirt, tennis shoes, hair (in a ponytail) *NO Jewelry!

    Mandatory Parent Meeting – March 28th from 7:00- 8:00 pm in HHS Cafeteria

    **Try Out packets available by emailing: hhsmustangcheer1@gmail.com  

    After School Sports:

    Monday, March 25th vs. Graham Bears

    Boys Volleyball:

    6th: @ 3:45, CMS Event Center

    7th: @ 5:00, CMS Event Center

    8th: @ 3:45, Columbia Gym

    Girls Soccer:

    6th/7th: @ 3:45, CMS Field

    7th/8th: @ 3:45, Columbia Field

    Clubs:

    Friday

    Lunch

    (No Clubs - Bear Pride Friday in the Quad)

     
       

    Dungeons and Dragons Club

    3

     

    After School

    League of Legends (once per month)

    22

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    Office

     

    Monday

    Lunch

    Students Partner with Veterans (every other week)

    21

       

    Classic New York Hip-Hop Club

    35

       

    Yu-Gi-Oh

    53

       

    Book Club

    1

       

    Advanced Strings

    MU2

       

    Dance Club

    25

       

    Nintendo Club

    38

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Science Olympiads

    22

       

    Speech and Debate

    2

       

    FBLA

    36 and 40

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    21

    Thursday, March 21

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!  

    Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations for Cyberspace:

    Be Safe:

    • Share and communicate only with those you know.

    Be Respectful:

    • Share only school appropriate material.

    Be Responsible:

    • Stay on task.
    • Use devices for school purposes only.
    • Bring charged device.

    Go Bears!

    Bear Bravo Quarter 3 Drawing: Let's celebrate the end of the third quarter!

    Friday, March 22nd at Lunch in the Quad

    We will be in the Quad Friday at lunch for the Quarterly Bear Bravo raffle drawing for some special prizes! All Bear Bravos that were turned in from the beginning to the end of third quarter will be entered into the raffle. Be sure your Bear Bravos are turned in to the office by brunch on Friday. See you then!

    Elective Selection Form: Elective Form due Monday, March 25th

    Attention 6th and 7th grade students! Your Elective Selection Form for next year's electives has been sent to your CUSD email account. Please remember to review this with your parent/guardian and submit it by Monday, March 25th. If you have questions about your form, please see the counselors during drop-in sessions in the Library at Brunch on Friday, March 22nd, and Monday, March 25th.

    Library has limited availability during brunch/lunch 3/22:

    There will be limited access to the Library during brunch and lunch. Please come into print or check out a book or for the Elective form drop-in sessions with counselors at brunch.

    Yosemite Equipment Checkout:

    Students, items you checked out need to be returned to the office by Friday, March 22nd.  Be sure items are:

    • clean
    • in a bag
    • the bag is labeled with your name

    Homestead High School Cheerleading Tryouts for 2019-2020:

    When: Cheer Clinics - April 2nd from 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

    ***Clinics are Mandatory, no exceptions!!

    Tryouts: April 4th, starting at 6:00 pm

    Where: Homestead High School, Small Gym

    What to Wear: plain shorts, plain tee-shirt, tennis shoes, hair (in a ponytail) *NO Jewelry!

    Mandatory Parent Meeting – March 28th from 7:00- 8:00 pm in HHS Cafeteria

    **Try Out packets available by emailing: hhsmustangcheer1@gmail.com  

    After School Sports:

    Thursday, March 21st vs. Graham Bears

    Boys Volleyball:

    6th: @ 3:45, Graham Gym

    7th: @ 3:45, Graham Gym

    Girls Soccer:

    6th/7th: @ 3:45, Graham Field

    7th/8th: @ 3:45, CMS Field

    Clubs:

    Thursday

    Lunch

    Shogi Club

    8

       

    Anime Club

    35

       

    Musical Theater Club/Drama Club

    23

       

    Arting

    51

       

    Feminism Club

    29

       

    Rubik's Cube Club

    22

     

    After School

    Improv Comedy Team

    Library

       

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

    Friday

    Lunch

    (No Clubs - Bear Pride Friday in the Quad)

     
       

    Dungeons and Dragons Club

    3

     

    After School

    League of Legends (once per month)

    22

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    Office


    Wednesday, March 20

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!  Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations for Cyberspace:

    Be Safe:

    • Share and communicate only with those you know.

    Be Respectful:

    • Share only school appropriate material.

    Be Responsible:

    • Stay on task.
    • Use devices for school purposes only.
    • Bring charged device.

    Go Bears!

    Bear Bravo Winners from last Week:

    • In 6th grade, Erin B. for being responsible by working hard in math.
    • In 7th grade, Noya A. for being respectful, responsible and safe by offering peer support in class, specifically translating, interpreting and motivating another student.
    • In 8th grade Milena S. for being responsible and giving a new student a tour.

    Congrats to all Bear Bravo winners! Please come to the office to pick up your prize!

    Bear Bravo Quarter 3 Drawing: Let's celebrate the end of the third quarter!

    Friday, March 22nd at Lunch in the Quad

    We will be in the Quad Friday at lunch for the Quarterly Bear Bravo raffle drawing for some special prizes! All Bear Bravos that were turned in from the beginning to the end of third quarter will be entered into the raffle. Be sure your Bear Bravos are turned in to the office by brunch on Friday. See you then!

    Elective Selection Form: Elective Forms are due Monday, March 25th.

    Attention 6th and 7th-grade students! Your Elective Selection Form for next year's electives has been sent to your CUSD email account. Please remember to review this with your parent/guardian and submit it by Monday, March 25th. If you have questions about your form, please see the counselors during drop-in sessions in the Library at Brunch today, Wednesday, March 20th, Friday, March 22nd, and Monday, March 25th.

    Library has limited availability during brunch/lunch 3/20-3/22:

    There will be limited access to the Library during brunch and lunch for the rest of the week. Please come into print or check out a book or for the Elective form drop-in sessions with counselors at brunch.

    Yosemite Equipment Checkout:

    Students, items you checked out need to be returned to the office by Friday, March 22nd.  

    Be sure items are:

    • clean
    • in a bag
    • the bag is labeled with your name

    Homestead High School Cheerleading Tryouts for 2019-2020:

    When: Cheer Clinics - April 2nd from 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

    ***Clinics are Mandatory, no exceptions!!

    Tryouts: April 4th, starting at 6:00 pm

    Where: Homestead High School, Small Gym

    What to Wear: plain shorts, plain tee-shirt, tennis shoes, hair (in a ponytail) *NO Jewelry!

    Mandatory Parent Meeting – March 28th from 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm in HHS Cafeteria

    **Try Out packets available by emailing: hhsmustangcheer1@gmail.com

    After School Sports:

    Wednesday, March 20th vs. Egan Vikings

    Boys Volleyball:

    7th: @ 3:45, CMS Event Center

    8th: @ 3:45, Egan Gym

    Girls Soccer:

    6th/7th: @ 3:45, CMS Field

    7th/8th: @ 3:45, Egan Field

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    Thursday, March 21st vs. Graham Bears

    Boys Volleyball:

    6th: @ 3:45, Graham Gym

    7th: @ 3:45, Graham Gym

    Girls Soccer:

    6th/7th: @ 3:45, Graham Field

    7th/8th: @ 3:45, CMS Field

    Clubs:

    Wednesday

    Lunch

    MathCounts / Math Olympiads

    31

       

    Origami Club

    30

       

    Microcontroller Programming Club

    27

       

    String Orchestra

    MU-2

       

    Swift Playgrounds

    22

       

    Fandom

    1

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    22

       

    Science Olympiads

    24

    Thursday

    Lunch

    Shogi Club

    8

       

    Anime Club

    35

       

    Musical Theater Club/Drama Club

    23

       

    Arting

    51

       

    Feminism Club

    29

       

    Rubik's Cube Club

    22

     

    After School

    Improv Comedy Team

    Library

       

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51


    Tuesday, March 19

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!  Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations for Cyberspace:

    Be Safe:

    • Share and communicate only with those you know.

    Be Respectful:

    • Share only school appropriate material.

    Be Responsible:

    • Stay on task.
    • Use devices for school purposes only.
    • Bring charged device.

    Go Bears!

    Elective Selection Form: Elective Form due Monday, March 25th

    Attention 6th and 7th-grade students! Your Elective Selection Form for next year's electives has been sent to your CUSD email account. Please remember to review this with your parent/guardian and submit it by Monday, March 25th. If you have questions about your form, please see the counselors during drop-in sessions in the Library at Brunch on March 20th, March 22nd, and March 25th.

    Save the Planet: Today at lunch, room 5

    After School Sports:

    Today, Tuesday, March 19th vs.  Graham Bears

    Boys Volleyball:

    8th: @ 3:45, CMS Event Center

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    Wednesday, March 20th vs. Egan Vikings

    Boys Volleyball:

    7th: @ 3:45, CMS Event Center

    8th: @ 3:45, Egan Gym

    Girls Soccer:

    6th/7th: @ 3:45, CMS Field

    7th/8th: @ 3:45, Egan Field

    Clubs:

    Tuesday

    Lunch

    Metalshop / Mountain bike club

    57

       

    Table Tennis

    Event Center Stage

       

    Chess

    17

       

    Save the Planet

    5

       

    DIY and stuff like that

    19

       

    Room Planner Club

    8

       

    Garden Club

    Jay's Garden

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

       

    Mathcounts / Math Olympiads

    31

           

    Wednesday

    Lunch

    MathCounts / Math Olympiads

    31

       

    Origami Club

    30

       

    Microcontroller Programming Club

    27

       

    String Orchestra

    MU-2

       

    Swift Playgrounds

    22

       

    Fandom

    1

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    22

       

    Science Olympiads

    24


    Friday, March 15

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!

    Safety Tips: Every Day CMS, it’s so important for you to be aware of your surroundings when walking or rolling in the neighborhood.

    • Tip #1: When you cross any street, make sure to make eye contact with drivers so that you know they are fully aware of your presence.
    • Tip #2: Be mindful of the rules of the road and keep to your designated space, like sidewalks and crosswalks, to be safe!

    Go Bears!

    Library: There will be limited access to the library today, Friday, March 15th.  Students will be able to check books out, return & renew books, and print. The library will be set up for 7th grade elective presentations by the counselors.

    Asian American Parent Association 7th and 8th Grade Essay Contest:

    All 7th & 8th graders are eligible to enter this essay contest.  One winner will be selected from each of the middle schools and McAuliffe to receive a $100 scholarship award.  Topic of essay: Describe an experience where you felt personally enriched by embracing cultural diversity. Come to the office to pick up an application form which must be submitted by March 15, 2019.

    After School Sports:

    Tuesday, March 19th vs. Graham Bears

    Boys Volleyball:

    8th: @ 3:45, Event Center

    Clubs:

    Friday

    Lunch

    (No Clubs - Bear Pride Friday in the Quad)

     
       

    Dungeons and Dragons Club

    3

     

    After School

    League of Legends (once per month)

    22

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    Office

     

    Monday

    Lunch

    Students Partner with Veterans (every other week)

    21

       

    Classic New York Hip-Hop Club

    35

       

    Yu-Gi-Oh

    53

       

    Book Club

    1

       

    Advanced Strings

    MU2

       

    Dance Club

    25

       

    Nintendo Club

    38

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Science Olympiads

    22

       

    Speech and Debate

    2

       

    FBLA

    36 and 40

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    21

    Thursday, March 14

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!

    Safety Tips: Every Day CMS, it’s so important for you to be aware of your surroundings when walking or rolling in the neighborhood.

    • Tip #1: When you cross any street, make sure to make eye contact with drivers so that you know they are fully aware of your presence.
    • Tip #2: Be mindful of the rules of the road and keep to your designated space, like sidewalks and crosswalks, to be safe!

    Go Bears!

    Library: There will be limited access to the library today, Thursday, March 14th, & Friday, March 15th.  Students will be able to check books out, return & renew books, and print. The library will be set up for 7th grade elective presentations by the counselors.

    Homework Club: will be in Room 20 this week.

    Asian American Parent Association 7th and 8th Grade Essay Contest:

    All 7th & 8th graders are eligible to enter this essay contest.  One winner will be selected from each of the middle schools and McAuliffe to receive a $100 scholarship award.  Topic of essay: Describe an experience where you felt personally enriched by embracing cultural diversity. Come to the office to pick up an application form which must be submitted by March 15, 2019.

    After School Sports:

    Next games are on March 19th.

    Clubs:

    Thursday

    Lunch

    Shogi Club

    8

       

    Anime Club

    35

       

    Musical Theater Club/Drama Club

    23

       

    Arting

    51

       

    Feminism Club

    29

       

    Rubik's Cube Club

    22

     

    After School

    Improv Comedy Team

    Library

       

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

    Friday

    Lunch

    (No Clubs - Bear Pride Friday in the Quad)

     
       

    Dungeons and Dragons Club

    3

     

    After School

    League of Legends (once per month)

    22

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    Office


    Wednesday, March 13

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!

    Safety Tips: Every Day CMS, it’s so important for you to be aware of your surroundings when walking or rolling in the neighborhood.

    • Tip #1: When you cross any street, make sure to make eye contact with drivers so that you know they are fully aware of your presence.
    • Tip #2: Be mindful of the rules of the road and keep to your designated space, like sidewalks and crosswalks, to be safe!

    Go Bears!

    Bear Bravo Winners: Your Weekly Bear Bravo winners are:

    In 6th grade, Jacob L. for being Responsible by leading his group by providing a great example.

    In 7th grade, Noya A. for being Respectful, Responsible, and Safe by having an outstanding attitude above and beyond.

    In 8th grade Daniel K. for being Responsible and giving a new student tour.

    Congrats to all winners! Please stop by the office to pick up your prize!

    Library: There will be limited access to the library today, Wednesday,  March 13th, Thursday, March 14th, & Friday, March 15th.  Students will be able to check books out, return & renew books, and print. The library will be set up for 7th grade elective presentations by the counselors.

    Homework Club: will be in Room 20 this week.

    Fremont High School:

    * 8th Grade Course Selection Night-MANDATORY for all incoming students.

    Families invited on 2 different evenings, based on students last name at 7:00 pm

    Location: The Shannon Theater & Library

    Tuesday,      March 12, 2019 – (Last Names A-L)

    Today, Wednesday, March 13, 2019 -  (Last Names M-Z)

    *Spanish ONLY- Today, Wednesday, March 13th for all last names (A-Z)

    6:30 pm-7:30 pm in the Library

     *  Learn about the requirements of high school

     *  Submit final course request form to request classes for 2019-20

    Asian American Parent Association 7th and 8th Grade Essay Contest:

    All 7th & 8th graders are eligible to enter this essay contest.  One winner will be selected from each of the middle schools and McAuliffe to receive a $100 scholarship award.  Topic of essay: Describe an experience where you felt personally enriched by embracing cultural diversity. Come to the office to pick up an application form which must be submitted by March 15, 2019.

    Origami Club: Origami Club is cancelled for this week due to Yosemite.

    MathCounts/Math Olympiads: is cancelled for this week due to Yosemite.

    After School Sports:

    Next games are on March 19th.

    Clubs:

    Wednesday

    Lunch

    CANCELLED-MathCounts / Math Olympiads 

    31

       

    CANCELLED-Origami Club

    30

       

    Magic, The Gathering Club

    29

       

    String Orchestra

    MU-2

       

    Swift Playgrounds

    22

       

    Microcontroller Programming Club

    27

       

    Fandom

    1

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    20

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    22

       

    Science Olympiads

    24

    Thursday

    Lunch

    Shogi Club

    8

       

    Anime Club

    35

       

    Musical Theater Club/Drama Club

    23

       

    Arting

    51

       

    Feminism Club

    29

       

    Rubik's Cube Club

    22

     

    After School

    Improv Comedy Team

    Library

       

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    20

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51


    Tuesday, March 12

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!

    Safety Tips: Every Day CMS, it’s so important for you to be aware of your surroundings when walking or rolling in the neighborhood.

    • Tip #1: When you cross any street, make sure to make eye contact with drivers so that you know they are fully aware of your presence.
    • Tip #2: Be mindful of the rules of the road and keep to your designated space, like sidewalks and crosswalks, to be safe!

    Go Bears!

    Bear Bravo Winners: Your Weekly Bear Bravo winners are:

    In 6th grade, Jacob L. for being Responsible by leading his group by providing a great example.

    In 7th grade, Noya A. for being Respectful, Responsible, and Safe by having an outstanding attitude above and beyond.

    In 8th grade Daniel K. for being Responsible and giving a new student tour.

    Congrats to all winners! Please stop by the office to pick up your prize!

    Library: There will be limited access to the library tomorrow, Wednesday,  March 13th, Thursday, March 14th, & Friday, March 15th.  Students will be able to check books out, return & renew books, and print. The library will be set up for 7th grade elective presentations by the counselors.

    Homework Club: new locations this week are:

    Today, Tuesday, March 12th will meet in Room 6.

    Wednesday, March 13th, will meet in Room 28.

    Thursday, March 14th, will meet in Room 20.

    Fremont High School:

    * 8th Grade Course Selection Night-MANDATORY for all incoming students.

    Families invited on 2 different evenings, based on students last name at 7:00 pm

    Location: The Shannon Theater & Library

    TODAY, Tuesday,      March 12, 2019 – (Last Names A-L)

    Wednesday, March 13, 2019 -  (Last Names M-Z)

    *Spanish ONLY- Wednesday, March 13th for all last names (A-Z)

    6:30 pm-7:30 pm in the Library

     *  Learn about the requirements of high school

     *  Submit final course request form to request classes for 2019-20

    Asian American Parent Association 7th and 8th Grade Essay Contest:

    All 7th & 8th graders are eligible to enter this essay contest.  One winner will be selected from each of the middle schools and McAuliffe to receive a $100 scholarship award.  Topic of essay: Describe an experience where you felt personally enriched by embracing cultural diversity. Come to the office to pick up an application form which must be submitted by March 15, 2019.

    Origami Club: Origami Club is cancelled for this week due to Yosemite.

    Save the Planet: Today at lunch, room 5.

    After School Sports:

    Next games are on March 19th.

    Clubs:

    Tuesday

    Lunch

    Metalshop / Mountain bike club

    57

       

    Table Tennis

    Event Center Stage

       

    Chess

    17

       

    Save the Planet

    5

       

    DIY and stuff like that

    19

       

    Microcontroller Programming Club

    27

       

    Room Planner Club

    8

       

    Garden Club

    Jay's Garden

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

       

    Mathcounts / Math Olympiads

    31

    Wednesday


    Lunch


    MathCounts / Math Olympiads


    31

       

    CANCELLED-Origami Club

    30

       

    Magic, The Gathering Club

    29

       

    String Orchestra

    MU-2

       

    Swift Playgrounds

    22

       

    Microcontrolling Programming

    27

       

    Fandom

    1

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    22

       

    Science Olympiads

    24


    Monday, March 11

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!

    Safety Tips: Every Day CMS, it’s so important for you to be aware of your surroundings when walking or rolling in the neighborhood.

    • Tip #1: When you cross any street, make sure to make eye contact with drivers so that you know they are fully aware of your presence.
    • Tip #2: Be mindful of the rules of the road and keep to your designated space, like sidewalks and crosswalks, to be safe!

    Go Bears!

    Library: There will be limited access to the library on Wednesday,  March 13th, Thursday, March 14th, & Friday, March 15th.  Students will be able to check books out, return & renew books, and print. The library will be set up for 7th grade elective presentations by the counselors.

    Fremont High School:

    * 8th Grade Course Selection Night-MANDATORY for all incoming students.

    Families invited on 2 different evenings, based on students last name at 7:00 pm

    Location: The Shannon Theater & Library

    Tuesday,      March 12, 2019 – (Last Names A-L)

    Wednesday, March 13, 2019 -  (Last Names M-Z)

    *Spanish ONLY- Wednesday, March 13th for all last names (A-Z)

    6:30 pm-7:30 pm in the Library

     *  Learn about the requirements of high school

     *  Submit final course request form to request classes for 2019-20

    Asian American Parent Association 7th and 8th Grade Essay Contest:

    All 7th & 8th graders are eligible to enter this essay contest.  One winner will be selected from each of the middle schools and McAuliffe to receive a $100 scholarship award.  Topic of essay: Describe an experience where you felt personally enriched by embracing cultural diversity. Come to the office to pick up an application form which must be submitted by March 15, 2019.

    Advanced Strings: For strings players who have two or more years of playing experience. Lunch, MU2

    Nintendo Club: A place where students can talk about their favorite games/characters with fellow Nintendo enthusiasts. Room 38, Today at Lunch.

    After School Sports:

    Next games are on March 19th.

    Clubs:

    Monday

    Lunch

    Students Partner with Veterans (every other week)

    21

       

    Classic New York Hip-Hop Club

    35

       

    Yu-Gi-Oh

    53

       

    Book Club

    1

       

    Advanced Strings

    MU2

       

    Dance Club

    25

       

    Nintendo Club

    38

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Science Olympiads

    22

       

    Speech and Debate

    2

       

    FBLA

    36 and 40

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    21

    Tuesday

    Lunch

    Metalshop / Mountain bike club

    57

       

    Table Tennis

    Event Center Stage

       

    Chess

    17

       

    Save the Planet

    5

       

    DIY and stuff like that

    19

       

    Microcontroller Programming Club

    27

       

    Room Planner Club

    8

       

    Garden Club

    Jay's Garden

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    6

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

       

    Mathcounts / Math Olympiads

    31


    Friday, March 8

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!

    Have a happy and healthy lunch and respect the campus rules.

    Be Safe: Remember to walk everywhere on campus including the hallways and quad on the way to the lunch line.

    Be Respectful: Keep our campus clean -- eat your food respectfully and clean up after yourself so others don't have to!

    Be Responsible: Keep your food and your hands to yourself.

      • Students who have difficulty remembering the rules will be asked to help with clean-up in the quad.
    • Keep calm and lunch on!    Go Bears!

    **Alert! - Due to the weather and conditions of the field, the field AND the surrounding benches and cement area are closed. All active play and games need to take place on the main blacktop.

    Elective Open Studios: TODAY, March 8th at lunch

    • Are you curious about your elective choices next year?
    • Are you interested in some electives and want to learn more about them?

    Stop by the Elective Open Studios TODAY at lunch in elective classrooms. Look for maps in your classrooms or outside the front office to see which rooms you'd like to visit. This is a great opportunity to explore electives for next year!

    Congratulations to Sanatan M. for qualifying for the State Geography Bee finals!  We wish you luck in the next round of competition!

    Asian American Parent Association 7th and 8th Grade Essay Contest:

    All 7th & 8th graders are eligible to enter this essay contest.  One winner will be selected from each of the middle schools and McAuliffe to receive a $100 scholarship award.  Topic of essay: Describe an experience where you felt personally enriched by embracing cultural diversity. Come to the office to pick up an application form which must be submitted by March 15, 2019.

    Spirit Week! This Week!

    Today:           Tourist Day

    Leadership students will be popping into your 5th period classes for a quick count for grade level points.  It shouldn't take more than a few minutes each day.

    After School Sports:

    Next games are on March 19th.

    Clubs:

    Friday

    Lunch

    (No Clubs - Bear Pride Friday in the Quad)

     
       

    Dungeons and Dragons Club

    3

     

    After School

    League of Legends (once per month)

    22

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    Office

     

    Monday

    Lunch

    Students Partner with Veterans (every other week)

    21

       

    Classic New York Hip-Hop Club

    35

       

    Yu-Gi-Oh

    53

       

    Book Club

    1

       

    Advanced Strings

    MU2

       

    Dance Club

    25

       

    Nintendo Club

    38

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Science Olympiads

    22

       

    Speech and Debate

    2

       

    FBLA

    36 and 40

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    21

    Thursday, March 7

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!

    Have a happy and healthy lunch and respect the campus rules.

    Be Safe: Remember to walk everywhere on campus including the hallways and quad on the way to the lunch line.

    Be Respectful: Keep our campus clean -- eat your food respectfully and clean up after yourself so others don't have to!

    Be Responsible: Keep your food and your hands to yourself.

      • Students who have difficulty remembering the rules will be asked to help with clean-up in the quad.
    • Keep calm and lunch on!     Go Bears!

    **Alert! - Due to the weather and conditions of the field, the field AND the surrounding benches and cement area are closed. All active play and games need to take place on the main blacktop.

    Elective Open Studios: Friday, March 8th at lunch

    • Are you curious about your elective choices next year?
    • Are you interested in some electives and want to learn more about them?

    Stop by the Elective Open Studios in elective classrooms tomorrow at lunch.  Look for maps in your classrooms or outside the front office to see which rooms you'd like to visit.  This is a great opportunity to explore electives for next year!

    Congratulations to Sanatan M. for qualifying for the State Geography Bee finals!  We wish you luck on the next round of competition!

    Asian American Parent Association 7th and 8th Grade Essay Contest:

    All 7th & 8th graders are eligible to enter this essay contest.  One winner will be selected from each of the middle schools and McAuliffe to receive a $100 scholarship award.  Topic of essay: Describe an experience where you felt personally enriched by embracing cultural diversity. Come to the office to pick up an application form which must be submitted by March 15, 2019.

    CML: Today, March 7th, Round 5, for all students, is at lunch, in room 31. **Note: This is a special day for this competition.

    Spirit Week! This Week!

    Today:            Meme dress up Day (appropriate only)

    Friday:           Tourist Day

    Leadership students will be popping into your 5th period classes for a quick count for grade level points.  It shouldn't take more than a few minutes each day.

    After School Sports:

    Next games are on March 19th.

    Clubs:

    Thursday

    Lunch

    Shogi Club

    8

       

    Anime Club

    35

       

    Musical Theater Club/Drama Club

    23

       

    Arting

    51

       

    Feminism Club

    29

       

    Rubik's Cube Club

    22

     

    After School

    Improv Comedy Team

    Library

       

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

    Friday

    Lunch

    (No Clubs - Bear Pride Friday in the Quad)

     
       

    Dungeons and Dragons Club

    3

     

    After School

    League of Legends (once per month)

    22

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    Office


    Wednesday, March 6

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!

    Have a happy and healthy lunch and respect the campus rules.

    Be Safe: Remember to walk everywhere on campus including the hallways and quad on the way to the lunch line.

    Be Respectful: Keep our campus clean -- eat your food respectfully and clean up after yourself so others don't have to!

    Be Responsible: Keep your food and your hands to yourself.

      • Students who have difficulty remembering the rules will be asked to help with clean-up in the quad.

     

    • Keep calm and lunch on!

     

    Go Bears!

    **Alert! - Due to the weather and conditions of the field, the field AND the surrounding benches and cement area are closed. All active play and games need to take place on the main blacktop.

    Yosemite Equipment Checkout: Come to the Science Prep Room between rooms 25 and 26,  Today at lunch is the last opportunity to look for items to pack for Yosemite!

    Elective Open Studios: Friday, March 8th at lunch

    • Are you curious about your elective choices next year?
    • Are you interested in some electives and want to learn more about them?

    Stop by the Elective Open Studios in elective classrooms this Friday at lunch.  Look for maps in your classrooms or outside the front office to see which rooms you'd like to visit.  This is a great opportunity to explore electives for next year!

    Congratulations to Sanatan M. for qualifying for the State Geography Bee finals!  We wish you luck on the next round of competition!

    Asian American Parent Association 7th and 8th Grade Essay Contest:

    All 7th & 8th graders are eligible to enter this essay contest.  One winner will be selected from each of the middle schools and McAuliffe to receive a $100 scholarship award.  Topic of essay: Describe an experience where you felt personally enriched by embracing cultural diversity. Come to the office to pick up an application form which must be submitted by March 15, 2019.

    Math Olympiad: Today! Wednesday, March 6th, Round 5, is after school, in room 31. All students are invited!

    CML: Thursday, March 7th, Round 5, for all students, is at lunch, in room 31.

    **Note: This is a special day for this competition.

    Spirit Week! This Week!

    Today:           Silly Hair

    Thursday:      Meme dress up Day (appropriate only)

    Friday:           Tourist Day

    Leadership students will be popping into your 5th period classes for a quick count for grade level points.  It shouldn't take more than a few minutes each day.

    After School Sports:

    The next games are on March 19th

    Clubs:

    Wednesday

    Lunch

    MathCounts / Math Olympiads

    31

       

    Origami Club

    30

       

    Magic, The Gathering Club

    29

       

    String Orchestra

    MU-2

       

    Swift Playgrounds

    22

       

    Microcontrolling Programming

    27

       

    Fandom

    1

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    22

       

    Science Olympiads

    24

    Thursday

    Lunch

    Shogi Club

    8

       

    Anime Club

    35

       

    Musical Theater Club/Drama Club

    23

       

    Arting

    51

       

    Feminism Club

    29

       

    Rubik's Cube Club

    22

     

    After School

    Improv Comedy Team

    Library

       

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

    Tusday, March 5

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!

    Have a happy and healthy lunch and respect the campus rules.

    Be Safe: Remember to walk everywhere on campus including the hallways and quad on the way to the lunch line.

    Be Respectful: Keep our campus clean -- eat your food respectfully and clean up after yourself so others don't have to!

    Be Responsible: Keep your food and your hands to yourself.

      • Students who have difficulty remembering the rules will be asked to help with clean-up in the quad.
    • Keep calm and lunch on!

    Go Bears!

    **Alert! - Due to the weather and conditions of the field, the field AND the surrounding benches and cement area are closed. All active play and games need to take place on the main blacktop.

    Yosemite Equipment Checkout: Come to the Science Prep Room between rooms 25 and 26. Today after school, and Wednesday at lunch are your last chances to find just what you need for next week!

    Hiking Group Meetings:  Are at lunch in various classrooms, Today!, Tuesday, March 5th. Please check on Google classroom and in front of room 22 or 49 to see which classroom you are assigned prior to the meeting.

    Bear Bravo Winners:

    The Bear Bravo winners from last week are:

    In 6th grade, Erin B. for being respectful by being a role model

    In 7th grade, Jason H. for being respectful by making a cheerful agreement to a partner request from his teacher

    In 8th grade, Aarav P. for being responsible and safe by cleaning a spill that he didn't make

    Congrats to your Bear Bravo Winners!

    Asian American Parent Association 7th and 8th Grade Essay Contest:

    All 7th & 8th graders are eligible to enter this essay contest.  One winner will be selected from each of the middle schools and McAuliffe to receive a $100 scholarship award.  Topic of essay: Describe an experience where you felt personally enriched by embracing cultural diversity. Come to the office to pick up an application form which must be submitted by March 15, 2019.

    Mandelbrot: Today!, Tuesday, March 5th, Round 5, after school, in room 31.

    Math Olympiad: Wednesday, March 6th, Round 5, after school, room 31. All students are invited!

    CML: Thursday, March 7th, Round 5, for all students, at lunch, room 31. **Note: This is a special day for this competition.

    Spirit Week! This Week!

    Tuesday:       Twin Day

    Wednesday:  Silly Hair

    Thursday:      Meme dress up Day (appropriate only)

    Friday:           Tourist Day

    Leadership students will be popping into your 5th-period classes for a quick count for grade level points.  It shouldn't take more than a few minutes each day.

    Save the Planet: meets today at lunch in room 5

    After School Sports:  

    Tuesday, March 5th vs. Miller Mustangs

    Girls Soccer:

    6th/7th: @ 3:45, CMS Field

    7th/8th: @ 3:45, Miller Field

    Boys Volleyball:

    6th: @ 3:45, Event Center

    7th: @ 5:00, Event Center

    8th: @ 3:45, Miller Gym

    Clubs:

    Tuesday

    Lunch

    Metalshop / Mountain bike club

    57

       

    Table Tennis

    Event Center Stage

       

    Chess

    17

       

    Save the Planet

    5

       

    DIY and stuff like that

    19

       

    Microcontroller Programming Club

    27

       

    Room Planner Club

    8

       

    Garden Club

    Jay's Garden

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

       

    Mathcounts / Math Olympiads

    31

           

    Wednesday

    Lunch

    MathCounts / Math Olympiads

    31

       

    Origami Club

    30

       

    Magic, The Gathering Club

    29

       

    String Orchestra

    MU-2

       

    Swift Playgrounds

    22

       

    Micro controlling Programming

    27

       

    Fandom

    1

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    22

       

    Science Olympiads

    24

    Monday, March 4

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!

    Have a happy and healthy lunch and respect the campus rules.

    Be Safe: Remember to walk everywhere on campus including the hallways and quad on the way to the lunch line.

    Be Respectful: Keep our campus clean -- eat your food respectfully and clean up after yourself so others don't have to!

    Be Responsible: Keep your food and your hands to yourself.

      • Students who have difficulty remembering the rules will be asked to help with clean-up in the quad.
    • Keep calm and lunch on!

    Go Bears!

    **Alert! - Due to weather, the grassy field is closed until further notice.

    Yosemite Equipment Checkout: Science Prep Room between rooms 25 and 26, Mondays at lunch and after school, Tuesdays after school, and Wednesday at lunch.

    Hiking Group Meetings:  Classroom/Lunch, Tomorrow, Tuesday, 3/5

    Please check to see which classroom you are meeting in prior to the meeting. We will post on Google classroom and in front of room 22 and 49.

    Asian American Parent Association 7th and 8th Grade Essay Contest:

    All 7th & 8th graders are eligible to enter this essay contest.  One winner will be selected from each of the middle schools and McAuliffe to receive a $100 scholarship award.  Topic of essay: Describe an experience where you felt personally enriched by embracing cultural diversity. Come to the office to pick up an application form which must be submitted by March 15, 2019.

    Mandelbrot: Tomorrow, Tuesday, March 5th, Round 5, after school, room 31.

    Math Olympiad: Wednesday, March 6th, Round 5, after school, room 31. All students are invited!

    CML: Thursday, March 7th, Round 5, for all students, at lunch, room 31. **Note special day for this competition.

    Spirit Week! March 4 - March 8

    Monday:        Comfy Day

    Tuesday:       Twin Day

    Wednesday:  Silly Hair

    Thursday:      Meme dress up Day (appropriate only)

    Friday:           Tourist Day

    Leadership students will be popping into 5th period classes for a quick count for grade level points.  It shouldn't take more than a few minutes each day.

    Advanced Strings: For strings players who have two or more years of playing experience. Lunch, MU2.

    Nintendo Club: A place where students can talk about their favorite games/characters with fellow Nintendo enthusiasts. Room 38, Today at Lunch.

    After School Sports:  

    Today, Monday, 3/4 vs. Hyde Lions

    Girls Soccer:

    6th/7th: @ 3:45, Hyde Field

    7th/8th: @ 3:45, CMS Field

    Boys Volleyball:

    6th: @ 3:45, Hyde Gym

    7th: @ 5:00, Hyde Gym

    8th: @ 3:45, Event Center

     

    Tuesday, 3/5 vs. Miller Mustangs

    Girls Soccer:

    6th/7th: @ 3:45, CMS Field

    7th/8th: @ 3:45, Miller Field

    Boys Volleyball:

    6th: @ 3:45, Event Center

    7th: @ 5:00, Event Center

    8th: @ 3:45, Miller Gym

    Clubs:

    Monday

    Lunch

    Students Partner with Veterans (every other week)

    21

       

    Classic New York Hip-Hop Club

    35

       

    Yu-Gi-Oh

    53

       

    Book Club

    1

       

    Advanced Strings

    MU2

       

    Dance Club

    25

       

    Nintendo Club

    38

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Science Olympiads

    22

       

    Speech and Debate

    2

       

    FBLA

    36 and 40

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    21

    Tuesday

    Lunch

    Metalshop / Mountain bike club

    57

       

    Table Tennis

    Event Center Stage

       

    Chess

    17

       

    Save the Planet

    5

       

    DIY and stuff like that

    19

       

    Microcontroller Programming Club

    27

       

    Room Planner Club

    8

       

    Garden Club

    Jay's Garden

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

       

    Mathcounts / Math Olympiads

    31


    Friday, March 1

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!

    Have a happy and healthy lunch and respect the campus rules.

    Be Safe: Remember to walk everywhere on campus including the hallways and quad on the way to the lunch line.

    Be Respectful: Keep our campus clean -- eat your food respectfully and clean up after yourself so others don't have to!

    Be Responsible: Keep your food and your hands to yourself.

    • Students who have difficulty remembering the rules will be asked to help with clean-up in the quad.

    Keep calm and lunch on!

    Go Bears!

    **Alert! - Due to weather, the grassy field is closed until further notice.

    Yosemite Equipment Checkout: Science Prep Room between rooms 25 and 26, Mondays at lunch and after school, Tuesdays after school, and Wednesday at lunch.

    Hiking Group Meetings:  Classroom/Lunch, on Tuesday, 3/5. Please check to see which classroom you are meeting in prior to the meeting. We will post on Google classroom and in front of room 22 and 49.

    Asian American Parent Association 7th and 8th Grade Essay Contest:

    All 7th & 8th graders are eligible to enter this essay contest.  One winner will be selected from each of the middle schools and McAuliffe to receive a $100 scholarship award.  Topic of essay: Describe an experience where you felt personally enriched by embracing cultural diversity. Come to the office to pick up an application form which must be submitted by March 15, 2019.

    AVID Applications: DUE: Today, March 1st, 3:00 pm

    Attention 8th graders who are planning to apply to Fremont High School or Homestead High School AVID programs - the applications are due TODAY, March 1st by 3:00 pm in the designated box in the front office.  

    After School Sports:  

    Season 3 athletes: Boys Soccer & Girls Basketball

    Please return jerseys to Ms. Lehman in the girls locker room during lunch or brunch, as soon as possible.

    Clubs:

    Friday

    Lunch

    (No Clubs - Bear Pride Friday in the Quad)

     
       

    Dungeons and Dragons Club

    3

     

    After School

    League of Legends (once per month)

    22

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    Office

     

    Monday

    Lunch

    Students Partner with Veterans (every other week)

    21

       

    Classic New York Hip-Hop Club

    35

       

    Yu-Gi-Oh

    53

       

    Book Club

    1

       

    Advanced Strings

    MU2

       

    Dance Club

    25

       

    Nintendo Club

    38

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Science Olympiads

    22

       

    Speech and Debate

    2

       

    FBLA

    36 and 40

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    21


    Thursday, February 28

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!

    Have a happy and healthy lunch and respect the campus rules.

    Be Safe: Remember to walk everywhere on campus including the hallways and quad on the way to the lunch line.

    Be Respectful: Keep our campus clean -- eat your food respectfully and clean up after yourself so others don't have to!

    Be Responsible: Keep your food and your hands to yourself.

    • Students who have difficulty remembering the rules will be asked to help with clean-up in the quad.
    • Keep calm and lunch on!

    Go Bears!

    **Alert! - Due to weather the grassy field is closed until further notice.

    Yosemite Equipment Checkout: Science Prep Room between rooms 25 and 26, Mondays at lunch and after school, Tuesdays after school, and Wednesday at lunch.

    Hiking Group Meetings:  Classroom/Lunch, on Tuesday, 3/5

    Please check to see which classroom you are meeting in prior to the meeting. We will post on Google classroom and in front of room 22 and 49.

    Asian American Parent Association 7th and 8th Grade Essay Contest: All 7th & 8th graders are eligible to enter this essay contest.  One winner will be selected from each of the middle schools and McAuliffe to receive a $100 scholarship award.  Topic of essay: Describe an experience where you felt personally enriched by embracing cultural diversity. Come to the office to pick up an application form which must be submitted by March 15, 2019.

    AVID Applications: DUE: Tomorrow, Friday, March 1st, 3:00 pm. Attention 8th graders who are planning to apply to Fremont High School or Homestead High School AVID programs - the applications are due THIS Friday, March 1st by 3:00 pm in the designated box in the front office.  

    After School Sports:  

    Season 3 athletes: Boys Soccer & Girls Basketball

    Please return jerseys to Ms. Lehman in the girls locker room during lunch or brunch, as soon as possible.

    Clubs:

    Thursday

    Lunch

    Shogi Club

    8

       

    Anime Club

    35

       

    Musical Theater Club/Drama Club

    23

       

    Arting

    51

       

    Feminism Club

    29

       

    Rubik's Cube Club

    22

     

    After School

    Improv Comedy Team

    Library

       

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

    Friday

    Lunch

    (No Clubs - Bear Pride Friday in the Quad)

     
       

    Dungeons and Dragons Club

    3

     

    After School

    League of Legends (once per month)

    22

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    Office


    Wednesday, February 27

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!

    Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations of:

    Be Safe: leave campus at the last bell unless you are participating in a sport or have an after-school activity.

    Be Respectful: wait until you are off campus to use your phone.

    Be Responsible: devices are kept in student’s backpack before school, after school, brunch, and lunch time.

    Go Bears!

    Bear Bravo Winners:

    The winners for the Bear Bravo drawing are:

    • 6th grade, Smera J. for being responsible and respectful by taking out room 4's recycling.
    • 7th grade, Anusha C. for being responsible and using learning time wisely.

    Congratulations to the Bear Bravo winners!

    Yosemite Equipment Checkout: Science Prep Room between rooms 25 and 26,mnMondays at lunch and after school, Tuesdays after school, and Wednesday at lunch.

    Hiking Group Meetings:  Classroom/Lunch, on Tuesday, 3/5

    Please check to see which classroom you are meeting in prior to the meeting. We will post on Google classroom and in front of room 22 and 49.

    Attendance Notes: All students leaving school early for pre-planned doctor/dentist appointment, travel, or any other reason must bring a note written by a parent to the office before school starts.

    Asian American Parent Association 7th and 8th Grade Essay Contest:

    All 7th & 8th graders are eligible to enter this essay contest.  One winner will be selected from each of the middle schools and McAuliffe to receive a $100 scholarship award.  Topic of essay: Describe an experience where you felt personally enriched by embracing cultural diversity. Come to the office to pick up an application form which must be submitted by March 15, 2019.

    AVID Applications: DUE: Friday, March 1st, 3:00 pm

    Attention 8th graders who are planning to apply to Fremont High School or Homestead High School AVID programs - the applications are due THIS Friday, March 1st by 3:00 pm in the designated box in the front office.  

    Math Club:  No meeting today.

    Science Olympiads: Science Olympiads Team Meeting.  Today, 3-4, room 24.

    After School Sports:  

    **6th Boys Volleyball: Tryouts: Monday-Wednesday, 3:00-4:45, Bernardo Gym

    Season 3 athletes: Boys Soccer & Girls Basketball

    Please return jerseys to Ms. Lehman in the girls locker room during lunch or brunch, as soon as possible.

    Thursday, 2/28 vs. Kennedy Cougars

    Girls Soccer:

    6th/7th: @ 3:45, Kennedy Field

    7th/8th: @ 3:45, CMS Field

    Boys Volleyball:

    6th: @ 3:45, Kennedy Gym

    7th: @ 5:00, Kennedy Gym

    8th: no game scheduled

    Clubs:

    Wednesday

    Lunch

    No Meeting Today

    MathCounts / Math Olympiads

    31

       

    Origami Club

    30

       

    Magic, The Gathering Club

    29

       

    String Orchestra

    MU-2

       

    Swift Playgrounds

    22

       

    Fandom

    1

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    22

       

    Science Olympiads

    24

    Thursday

    Lunch

    Shogi Club

    8

       

    Anime Club

    35

       

    Musical Theater Club/Drama Club

    23

       

    Arting

    51

       

    Feminism Club

    29

       

    Rubik's Cube Club

    22

     

    After School

    Improv Comedy Team

    Library

       

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51


    Tuesday, February 26

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day! Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations of:

    Be Safe: leave campus at the last bell unless you are participating in a sport or have an after-school activity.

    Be Respectful: wait until you are off campus to use your phone.

    Be Responsible: devices are kept in student’s backpack before school, after school, brunch, and lunch time.

    Go Bears!

    Bear Bravo Winners:

    The winners for the Bear Bravo drawing are:

    • 6th grade, Smera J. for being responsible and respectful by taking out room 4's recycling.
    • 7th grade, Anusha C. for being responsible and using learning time wisely.

    Congratulations to the Bear Bravo winners!

    Yosemite Equipment Checkout: Science Prep Room between rooms 25 and 26, Mondays at lunch and after school, Tuesdays after school, and Wednesday at lunch.

    Hiking Group Meetings:  Classroom/Lunch, TODAY, 2/26 and 3/5

    Please check to see which classroom you are meeting in prior to the meeting. We will post on Google classroom and in front of room 22 and 49.

    Attendance Notes: All students leaving school early for pre-planned doctor/dentist appointment, travel, or any other reason must bring a note written by a parent to the office before school starts.

    BAMO or Bay Area Math Olympiad: The competition takes place Today, 2/26, after school, in room 31.

    Asian American Parent Association 7th and 8th Grade Essay Contest:

    All 7th & 8th graders are eligible to enter this essay contest.  One winner will be selected from each of the middle schools and McAuliffe to receive a $100 scholarship award.  Topic of essay: Describe an experience where you felt personally enriched by embracing cultural diversity. Come to the office to pick up an application form which must be submitted by March 15, 2019.

    AVID Applications: DUE: Friday, March 1st, 3:00 pm

    Attention 8th graders who are planning to apply to Fremont High School or Homestead High School AVID programs - the applications are due THIS Friday, March 1st by 3:00 pm in the designated box in the front office.  

    Save the Planet: Today at lunch, room 5.

    After School Sports:  

    **6th Boys Volleyball: Tryouts: Monday-Wednesday, 3:00-4:45, Bernardo Gym

    Season 3 athletes: Boys Soccer & Girls Basketball

    Please return jerseys to Ms. Lehman in the girls locker room during lunch or brunch, as soon as possible.

    Today, 2/26 vs. Blach Falcons

    Girls Soccer:

    6th/7th: @ 3:45, Blach Field

    7th/8th: @ 3:45, CMS Field

    Boys Volleyball:

    7th: @ 3:45, Blach Gym

    8th  @ 3:45, CMS Event Center

    Clubs:

    Tuesday

    Lunch

    Metalshop / Mountain bike club

    57

       

    Table Tennis

    Event Center Stage

       

    Chess

    17

       

    Save the Planet

    5

       

    DIY and stuff like that

    19

       

    Microcontroller Programming Club

    27

       

    Room Planner Club

    8

       

    Garden Club

    Jay's Garden

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

       

    Mathcounts / Math Olympiads

    31

           

    Wednesday

    Lunch

    MathCounts / Math Olympiads

    31

       

    Origami Club

    30

       

    Magic, The Gathering Club

    29

       

    String Orchestra

    MU-2

       

    Swift Playgrounds

    22

       

    Fandom

    1

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    22

       

    Science Olympiads

    24


    Monday, February 25

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day! Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations of:

    Be Safe: leave campus at the last bell unless you are participating in a sport or have an after-school activity.

    Be Respectful: wait until you are off campus to use your phone.

    Be Responsible: devices are kept in student’s backpack before school, after school, brunch, and lunch time.

    Go Bears!

    Yosemite Equipment Checkout: Science Prep Room between rooms 25 and 26, Mondays at lunch and after school, Tuesdays after school, and Wednesday at lunch.

    Hiking Group Meetings:  Classroom/Lunch, 2/26 and 3/5

    Please check to see which classroom you are meeting in prior to the meeting. We will post on Google classroom and in front of room 22 and 49.

    Attendance Notes: All students leaving school early for pre-planned doctor/dentist appointment, travel, or any other reason must bring a note written by a parent to the office before school starts.

    BAMO or Bay Area Math Olympiad: Today is the last day for all students to register for this proof-based written competition.  Permission slips are available in room 31. The competition takes place tomorrow, 2/26, after school, in room 31.

    Asian American Parent Association 7th and 8th Grade Essay Contest:

    All 7th & 8th graders are eligible to enter this essay contest.  One winner will be selected from each of the middle schools and McAuliffe to receive a $100 scholarship award.  Topic of essay: Describe an experience where you felt personally enriched by embracing cultural diversity. Come to the office to pick up an application form which must be submitted by March 15, 2019.

    AVID Applications: DUE: Friday, March 1st, 3:00 pm

    Attention 8th graders who are planning to apply to Fremont High School or Homestead High School AVID programs - the applications are due THIS Friday, March 1st by 3:00 pm in the designated box in the front office.   

    CMS is pleased to welcome the Zhengzhou Song and Dance Ensemble from China who will be performing in our Rally Quad at lunch Today, February 25th.  This dance ensemble is a province-level performance group, founded in March 2004 and has been granted many international awards. They have been invited by the Chinese Embassy to come from China to the US to perform for the purpose of cultural outreach.

    **Students - please come to the quad to enjoy their performance.  

    • Remember to be respectful to our international visitors.  
    • Seating areas will be designated on the turf portions of the quad.  
    • Sit respectfully to eat your lunch and enjoy the performance.

    After School Sports:  

    **6th: Tryouts: Monday-Wednesday, 3:00 - 4:45, Bernardo Gym

    Season 3 athletes: Boys Soccer & Girls Basketball

    Please return jerseys to Ms. Lehman in the girls locker room during lunch or brunch, as soon as possible.

    Tuesday, 2/26 vs. Blach Falcons

    Girls Soccer:

    6th/7th: @ 3:45, Blach Field

    7th/8th: @ 3:45, CMS Field

    Boys Volleyball:

    7th: @ 3:45, Blach Gym

    8th  @ 3:45, CMS Event Center

    Clubs:

    Monday

    Lunch

    Students Partner with Veterans (every other week)

    21

       

    Classic New York Hip-Hop Club

    35

       

    Yu-Gi-Oh

    53

       

    Book Club

    1

       

    Advanced Strings

    MU2

       

    Dance Club

    25

       

    Nintendo Club

    38

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Science Olympiads

    22

       

    Speech and Debate

    2

       

    FBLA

    36 and 40

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    21

    Tuesday

    Lunch

    Metalshop / Mountain bike club

    57

       

    Table Tennis

    Event Center Stage

       

    Chess

    17

       

    Save the Planet

    5

       

    DIY and stuff like that

    19

       

    Room Planner Club

    8

       

    Garden Club

    Jay's Garden

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

       

    Mathcounts / Math Olympiads

    31


    Friday, February 15

    Safety Tips:

    CMS Bikers, if you are biking on the road... and if there are cars parked on the side of the road, watch for people sitting in their cars because they might open their doors. Make sure you have plenty of space so you don’t get “doored,” which means opening a door in front of an oncoming biker. Drivers are required to look before they open a door into bicycle and car traffic, but it’s safer for you to keep an eye out for yourself!

    Yosemite Equipment Checkout: Science Prep Room between rooms 25 and 26, Mondays at lunch and after school, Tuesdays after school, and Wednesday at lunch.

    Attendance Notes: All students leaving school early for pre-planned doctor/dentist appointment, travel, or any other reason must bring a note written by a parent to the office before school starts.

    Asian American Parent Association 7th and 8th Grade Essay Contest:

    All 7th & 8th graders are eligible to enter this essay contest.  One winner will be selected from each of the middle schools and McAuliffe to receive a $100 scholarship award.  Topic of essay: Describe an experience where you felt personally enriched by embracing cultural diversity. Come to the office to pick up an application form which must be submitted by March 15, 2019.

    CMS is pleased to welcome the Zhengzhou Song and Dance Ensemble from China who will be performing in our Rally Quad at lunch on Monday, February 25th.  This dance ensemble is a province-level performance group, founded in March 2004 and has been granted many international awards. They have been invited by the Chinese Embassy to come from China to the US to perform for the purpose of cultural outreach.

    After School Sports:  

    Girls Soccer:

    6/7th: Monday-Friday, 3:10 pm -4:30 pm  

    8th: Monday-Thursday, 3:00 pm -5:00 pm

    (All on the Track Field)

    Boys Volleyball:

    6th: tbd, waiting for a coach

    7th: Tryouts: Monday/Tuesday, 3:00 pm - 4:45 pm, Bernardo Gym

           Practice: Wednesday/Thursday, 3:00 pm - 3:45 pm, Bernardo Gym

    8th  Tryouts: Monday/Wednesday, 3:00 pm - 4:45 pm, Event Center

          Practice: Friday, 3:00 pm - 4:45 pm, Event Center

    Clubs:

    Friday

    Lunch

    (No Clubs - Bear Pride Friday in the Quad)

     
       

    Dungeons and Dragons Club

    3

     

    After School

    League of Legends (once per month)

    22

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    Office

     

    Monday

    Lunch

    Students Partner with Veterans (every other week)

    21

       

    Classic New York Hip-Hop Club

    35

       

    Yu-Gi-Oh

    53

       

    Book Club

    1

       

    Advanced Strings

    MU2

       

    Dance Club

    25

       

    Nintendo Club

    38

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Science Olympiads

    22

       

    Speech and Debate

    2

       

    FBLA

    36 and 40

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    21


    Thursday, February 14

    Safety Tips:

    CMS Bikers, if you are biking on the road... and if there are cars parked on the side of the road, watch for people sitting in their cars because they might open their doors. Make sure you have plenty of space so you don’t get “doored,” which means opening a door in front of an oncoming biker. Drivers are required to look before they open a door into bicycle and car traffic, but it’s safer for you to keep an eye out for yourself!

    Yosemite Equipment Checkout: Science Prep Room between rooms 25 and 26, Mondays at lunch and after school, Tuesdays after school, and Wednesday at lunch.

    Attendance Notes: All students leaving school early for pre-planned doctor/dentist appointment, travel, or any other reason must bring a note written by a parent to the office before school starts.

    Asian American Parent Association 7th and 8th Grade Essay Contest:

    All 7th & 8th graders are eligible to enter this essay contest.  One winner will be selected from each of the middle schools and McAuliffe to receive a $100 scholarship award.  Topic of essay: Describe an experience where you felt personally enriched by embracing cultural diversity. Come to the office to pick up an application form which must be submitted by March 15, 2019.

    After School Sports:  

    Girls Soccer:

    6/7th: Monday-Friday, 3:10 pm -4:30 pm  

    8th: Monday-Thursday, 3:00 pm -5:00 pm

    (All on the Track Field)

    Boys Volleyball:

    6th: tbd, waiting for a coach

    7th: Tryouts: Monday/Tuesday, 3:00 pm - 4:45 pm, Bernardo Gym

           Practice: Wednesday/Thursday, 3:00 pm - 3:45 pm, Bernardo Gym

    8th  Tryouts: Monday/Wednesday, 3:00 pm - 4:45 pm, Event Center

          Practice: Friday, 3:00 pm - 4:45 pm, Event Center

    Clubs:

    Thursday

    Lunch

    Shogi Club

    8

       

    Anime Club

    35

       

    Musical Theater Club/Drama Club

    23

       

    Arting

    51

       

    Feminism Club

    29

       

    Rubik's Cube Club

    22

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

    Friday

    Lunch

    (No Clubs - Bear Pride Friday in the Quad)

     
       

    Dungeons and Dragons Club

    3

     

    After School

    League of Legends (once per month)

    22

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    Office


    Wednesday, February 13

    Safety Tips:

    CMS Bikers, if you are biking on the road... and if there are cars parked on the side of the road, watch for people sitting in their cars because they might open their doors. Make sure you have plenty of space so you don’t get “doored,” which means opening a door in front of an oncoming biker. Drivers are required to look before they open a door into bicycle and car traffic, but it’s safer for you to keep an eye out for yourself!

    Yosemite Equipment Checkout: Science Prep Room between rooms 25 and 26, Mondays at lunch and after school, Tuesdays after school, and Wednesday at lunch.

    Asian American Parent Association 7th and 8th Grade Essay Contest:

    All 7th & 8th graders are eligible to enter this essay contest.  One winner will be selected from each of the middle schools and McAuliffe to receive a $100 scholarship award.  Topic of essay: Describe an experience where you felt personally enriched by embracing cultural diversity. Come to the office to pick up an application form which must be submitted by March 15, 2019

    AMC 10B: The AMC 10B will be offered at Cupertino Middle School after school Today, Wednesday, February 13th. Students who wish to participate may pick up a permission slip in room 31. Limited spots are available.

    BAMO, or Bay Area Math Olympiad: will be offered to all interested students after school on Tuesday, February 26. In this contest, students explain their thinking and solution strategies to 4 mathematical problems.Students must fill out a permission slip before Friday, February 15, in order to register for this competition.

    Science Olympiads: Science Olympiads Team Meeting.  Today, 3-4 room 24.

    Origami Club:  Meetings will remain on Wednesdays through the rest of the year.

    After School Sports:  

    Girls Soccer:

    6/7th: Monday-Friday, 3:10 pm -4:30 pm  

    8th: Monday-Thursday, 3:00 pm -5:00 pm

    (All on the Track Field)

    Boys Volleyball:

    6th: tbd, waiting for a coach

    7th: Tryouts: Monday/Tuesday, 3:00 pm - 4:45 pm, Bernardo Gym

           Practice: Wednesday/Thursday, 3:00 pm - 3:45 pm, Bernardo Gym

    8th  Tryouts: Monday/Wednesday, 3:00 pm - 4:45 pm, Event Center

          Practice: Friday, 3:00 pm - 4:45 pm, Event Center

    Clubs:

    Wednesday

    Lunch

    MathCounts / Math Olympiads

    31

       

    Origami Club

    30

       

    Magic, The Gathering Club

    29

       

    String Orchestra

    MU-2

       

    Swift Playgrounds

    22

       

    Fandom

    1

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    22

       

    Science Olympiads

    24

    Thursday

    Lunch

    Shogi Club

    8

       

    Anime Club

    35

       

    Musical Theater Club/Drama Club

    23

       

    Arting

    51

       

    Feminism Club

    29

       

    Rubik's Cube Club

    22

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51


    Tuesday, February 12

    Safety Tips:

    CMS Bikers, if you are biking on the road... and if there are cars parked on the side of the road, watch for people sitting in their cars because they might open their doors. Make sure you have plenty of space so you don’t get “doored,” which means opening a door in front of an oncoming biker. Drivers are required to look before they open a door into bicycle and car traffic, but it’s safer for you to keep an eye out for yourself!

    Bear Pride Winners:

    Winners for last week are:

    6th grade: Adi A. for being responsible.

    7th grade, Roni H. for being respectful.

    Winners, remember to come to the office to claim your prize!

    Congratulations to our winners!

    Yosemite Equipment Checkout: Science Prep Room between rooms 25 and 26, Mondays at lunch and after school, Tuesdays after school, and Wednesday at lunch.

    ALAS-Advancing Latinx Achievement & Success Conference 2019:

    Saturday, March 23, 2019, 8:00 am - 12:30 pm, at San Jose State University

    Apply for the largest college conference for Latinx students and families in the Bay Area. Learn about community colleges and 4 year colleges, the college application process, financial aid, and more. Transportation will be provided to and from the event if needed. All sessions are offered in both English and Spanish. Pick up an application in the office and return it by 2/12/19 @ 3:00 pm.

    Asian American Parent Association 7th and 8th Grade Essay Contest:

    All 7th & 8th graders are eligible to enter this essay contest.  One winner will be selected from each of the middle schools and McAuliffe to receive a $100 scholarship award.  Topic of essay: Describe an experience where you felt personally enriched by embracing cultural diversity. Come to the office to pick up an application form which must be submitted by March 15, 2019.

    Singing Valentines for $1: Sales are in the Quad, and continue through Tuesday, February 12th during Brunch and Lunch. Singing Valentines will be delivered on Friday, February 15th. Students will receive a card and a song. This is a great way to show appreciation for friends.

    AMC 10B: The AMC 10B will be offered at Cupertino Middle School after school on Wednesday, February 13th. Students who wish to participate may pick up a permission slip in room 31. Limited spots are available.

    BAMO, or Bay Area Math Olympiad: will be offered to all interested students after school on Tuesday, February 26. In this contest, students explain their thinking and solution strategies to 4 mathematical problems.Students must fill out a permission slip before Friday, February 15, in order to register for this competition.

    Save the Planet: Today at lunch, room 5.

    After School Sports:  

    Attention!  A 6th grade boys volleyball coach is needed.  Without a coach there will be no team.

    Girls Soccer:

    6/7th: Monday-Friday, 3:10 pm -4:30 pm  

    8th: Monday-Thursday, 3:00 pm -5:00 pm

    (All on the Track Field)

    Boys Volleyball:

    6th: tbd, waiting for a coach

    7th: Tryouts: Monday/Tuesday, 3:00 pm - 4:45 pm, Bernardo Gym

           Practice: Wednesday/Thursday, 3:00 pm - 3:45 pm, Bernardo Gym

    8th  Tryouts: Monday/Wednesday, 3:00 pm - 4:45 pm, Event Center

          Practice: Friday, 3:00 pm - 4:45 pm, Event Center

    Clubs:

    Tuesday

    Lunch

    Metalshop / Mountain bike club

    57

       

    Table Tennis

    Event Center Stage

       

    Chess

    17

       

    Save the Planet

    5

       

    Garden Club

    Jay's Garden

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

       

    Mathcounts / Math Olympiads

    31

           

    Wednesday

    Lunch

    MathCounts / Math Olympiads

    31

       

    Origami Club

    30

       

    Magic, The Gathering Club

    29

       

    String Orchestra

    MU-2

       

    Swift Playgrounds

    22

       

    Fandom

    1

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    22

       

    Science Olympiads

    24


    Monday, February 11

    Safety Tips:

    CMS Bikers, if you are biking on the road... and if there are cars parked on the side of the road, watch for people sitting in their cars because they might open their doors. Make sure you have plenty of space so you don’t get “doored,” which means opening a door in front of an oncoming biker. Drivers are required to look before they open a door into bicycle and car traffic, but it’s safer for you to keep an eye out for yourself!

    Bear Pride Winners:

    Winners for last week are:

    6th grade: Adi A. for being responsible.

    7th grade, Roni H. for being respectful.

    Winners, remember to come to the office to claim your prize!

    Congratulations to our winners!

    Yosemite Equipment Checkout: Science Prep Room between rooms 25 and 26, Mondays at lunch and after school, Tuesdays after school, and Wednesday at lunch.

    ALAS-Advancing Latinx Achievement & Success Conference 2019:

    Saturday, March 23, 2019, 8:00 am - 12:30 pm, at San Jose State University

    Apply for the largest college conference for Latinx students and families in the Bay Area. Learn about community colleges and 4 year colleges, the college application process, financial aid, and more. Transportation will be provided to and from the event if needed. All sessions are offered in both English and Spanish. Pick up an application in the office and return it by 2/12/19 @ 3:00 pm.

    Asian American Parent Association 7th and 8th Grade Essay Contest:

    All 7th & 8th graders are eligible to enter this essay contest.  One winner will be selected from each of the middle schools and McAuliffe to receive a $100 scholarship award.  Topic of essay: Describe an experience where you felt personally enriched by embracing cultural diversity. Come to the office to pick up an application form which must be submitted by March 15, 2019.

    Singing Valentines for $1: Sales are in the Quad, and continue through Tuesday, February 12th during Brunch and Lunch. Singing Valentines will be delivered on Friday, February 15th. Students will receive a card and a song. This is a great way to show appreciation for friends.

    AMC 10B: The AMC 10B will be offered at Cupertino Middle School after school on Wednesday, February 13th. Students who wish to participate may pick up a permission slip in room 31. Limited spots are available.

    BAMO, or Bay Area Math Olympiad: will be offered to all interested students after school on Tuesday, February 26. In this contest, students explain their thinking and solution strategies to 4 mathematical problems.Students must fill out a permission slip before Friday, February 15, in order to register for this competition.

    After School Sports:  

    Attention!  A 6th grade boys volleyball coach is needed.  Without a coach there will be no team.

    New Season Begins Today, February 11th

    Girls Soccer:

    6/7th: Monday-Friday, 3:10 pm -4:30 pm  

    8th: Monday-Thursday, 3:00 pm -5:00 pm

    (All on the Track Field)

    Boys Volleyball:

    6th: tbd, waiting for a coach

    7th: Tryouts: Monday/Tuesday, 3:00 pm - 4:45 pm, Bernardo Gym

           Practice: Wednesday/Thursday, 3:00 pm - 3:45 pm, Bernardo Gym

    8th  Tryouts: Monday/Wednesday, 3:00 pm - 4:45 pm, Event Center

          Practice: Friday, 3:00 pm - 4:45 pm, Event Center

    Clubs:

    Monday

    Lunch

    Students Partner with Veterans (every other week)

    21

       

    Classic New York Hip-Hop Club

    35

       

    Yu-Gi-Oh

    53

       

    Book Club

    1

       

    Advanced Strings

    MU2

       

    Dance Club

    25

       

    Nintendo Club

    38

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Science Olympiads

    22

       

    Speech and Debate

    2

       

    FBLA

    36 and 40

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    21

    Tuesday

    Lunch

    Metalshop / Mountain bike club

    57

       

    Table Tennis

    Event Center Stage

       

    Chess

    17

       

    Save the Planet

    5

       

    Garden Club

    Jay's Garden

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

       

    Mathcounts / Math Olympiads

    31

     


    Friday, February 8

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day! Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations:

    Be Safe, Be Respectful, and Be Responsible.

    To show Bear Pride, your iPad is off and stays in your backpack when you are on campus - this means during brunch and lunch along with before and after school. The only place you can use the iPad is in designated spots in the library at brunch and lunch.

    CMS, let’s show our Bear Pride!

    Yosemite Equipment Checkout: Science Prep Room between rooms 25 and 26, Mondays at lunch and after school, Tuesdays after school, and Wednesday at lunch.

    Homestead High School AVID Lunch: Library, Lunch, TODAY - February 8th

    This is a friendly reminder that the Homestead High School AVID Informational Meeting is TODAY in the Library at Lunch. Only students who received an invitation are allowed in the library at lunch.

    ALAS-Advancing Latinx Achievement & Success Conference 2019Saturday, March 23, 2019, 8:00 am - 12:30 pm, at San Jose State University

    Apply for the largest college conference for Latinx students and families in the Bay Area. Learn about community colleges and 4 year colleges, the college application process, financial aid, and more. Transportation will be provided to and from the event if needed. All sessions are offered in both English and Spanish. Pick up an application in the office and return it by 2/12/19 @ 3:00 pm.

    Singing Valentines for $1: Sales are in the Quad, and continue through Tuesday, February 12th during Brunch and Lunch. Singing Valentines will be delivered on Friday, February 15th. Students will receive a card and a song. This is a great way to show appreciation for friends.

    AMC 10B: The AMC 10B will be offered at Cupertino Middle School after school on Wednesday, February 13th. Students who wish to participate may pick up a permission slip in room 31. Limited spots are available.

    BAMO, or Bay Area Math Olympiad: will be offered to all interested students after school on Tuesday, February 26. In this contest, students explain their thinking and solution strategies to 4 mathematical problems.Students must fill out a permission slip before Friday, February 15, in order to register for this competition.

    After School Sports:  

    Attention!  A 6th grade boys volleyball coach is needed.  Without a coach there will be no team.

    New Season Begins Monday, February 11th

    Girls Soccer:

    6/7th: Monday-Friday, 3:10 pm -4:30 pm  

    8th: Monday-Thursday, 3:00 pm -5:00 pm

    (All on the Track Field)

    Boys Volleyball:

    6th: tbd, waiting for a coach

    7th: Tryouts: Monday/Tuesday, 3:00 pm - 4:45 pm, Bernardo Gym

           Practice: Wednesday/Thursday, 3:00 pm - 3:45 pm, Bernardo Gym

    8th  Tryouts: Monday/Wednesday, 3:00 pm - 4:45 pm, Event Center

          Practice: Friday, 3:00 pm - 4:45 pm, Event Center

    Clubs:

    Friday

    Lunch

    (No Clubs - Bear Pride Friday in the Quad)

     
       

    Dungeons and Dragons Club

    3

     

    After School

    League of Legends (once per month)

    22

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    Office

     

    Monday

    Lunch

    Students Partner with Veterans (every other week)

    21

       

    Classic New York Hip-Hop Club

    35

       

    Yu-Gi-Oh

    53

       

    Book Club

    1

       

    Advanced Strings

    MU2

       

    Dance Club

    25

       

    Nintendo Club

    38

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Science Olympiads

    22

       

    Speech and Debate

    2

       

    FBLA

    36 and 40

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    21

    Thursday, February 7

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day! Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations:

    Be Safe, Be Respectful, and Be Responsible.

    To show Bear Pride, your iPad is off and stays in your backpack when you are on campus - this means during brunch and lunch along with before and after school. The only place you can use the iPad is in designated spots in the library at brunch and lunch.

    CMS, let’s show our Bear Pride!

    Yosemite Equipment Checkout: Science Prep Room between rooms 25 and 26, Mondays at lunch and after school, Tuesdays after school, and Wednesday at lunch.

    Singing Valentines for $1: Sales are in the Quad, and continue through Tuesday, February 12th during Brunch and Lunch. Singing Valentines will be delivered on Friday, February 15th. Students will receive a card and a song. This is a great way to show appreciation for friends.

    AMC 10B: The AMC 10B will be offered at Cupertino Middle School after school on Wednesday, February 13th. Students who wish to participate may pick up a permission slip in room 31. Limited spots are available.

    AMC 10A Math Competition: This is a reminder that the AMC 10A will take place after school today for all pre-registered students. Please have a quick snack and use the restroom before reporting to your assigned testing location.

    BAMO, or Bay Area Math Olympiad: will be offered to all interested students after school on Tuesday, February 26. In this contest, students explain their thinking and solution strategies to 4 mathematical problems.Students must fill out a permission slip before Friday, February 15, in order to register for this competition.

    After School Sports:  

    Attention!  A 6th grade boys volleyball coach is needed.  Without a coach there will be no team. Please contact Maddy Lehman about details: lehman_madeleine@cusdk8.org

    New Season Begins Monday, February 11th

    Girls Soccer:

    6/7th: Monday-Friday, 3:10 pm -4:30 pm  

    8th: Monday-Thursday, 3:00 pm -5:00 pm

    (All on the Track Field)

    Boys Volleyball:

    6th: tbd, waiting for a coach

    7th: Tryouts: Monday/Tuesday, 3:00 pm - 4:45 pm, Bernardo Gym

           Practice: Wednesday/Thursday, 3:00 pm - 3:45 pm, Bernardo Gym

    8th  Tryouts: Monday/Wednesday, 3:00 pm - 4:45 pm, Event Center

          Practice: Friday, 3:00 pm - 4:45 pm, Event Center

    Clubs:

    Thursday

    Lunch

    Shogi Club

    8

       

    Anime Club

    35

       

    Musical Theater Club/Drama Club

    23

       

    Arting

    51

       

    Feminism Club

    29

       

    Rubik's Cube Club

    22

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

    Friday

    Lunch

    (No Clubs - Bear Pride Friday in the Quad)

     
       

    Dungeons and Dragons Club

    3

     

    After School

    League of Legends (once per month)

    22

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    Office

                              


    Wednesday, February 6

    Hi CMS! This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day! Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations:

    Be Safe, Be Respectful, and Be Responsible.

    To show Bear Pride, your iPad is off and stays in your backpack when you are on campus - this means during brunch and lunch along with before and after school. The only place you can use the iPad is in designated spots in the library at brunch and lunch.

    CMS, let’s show our Bear Pride!

    Student Council: TODAY, will be our student council meeting in room 19 at lunch.  All representatives should attend. Please bring your lunches and see you there!

    Yosemite Equipment Checkout: Science Prep Room between rooms 25 and 26, Mondays at lunch and after school, Tuesdays after school, and Wednesday at lunch.

    Continental Math League Competition, round 4: will be offered to all interested students during lunch on Wednesday, February 6, in rooms 31 and 32. Plan to arrive near the beginning of lunch for this 30 minute contest.

    Singing Valentines for $1: Sales are in the Quad, and continue through Tuesday, February 12th during Brunch and Lunch. Singing Valentines will be delivered on Friday, February 15th. Students will receive a card and a song. This is a great way to show appreciation for friends.

    AMC 10B: The AMC 10B will be offered at Cupertino Middle School after school on Wednesday, February 13th. Students who wish to participate may pick up a permission slip in room 31. Limited spots are available.

    Science Olympiads: Science Olympiads Team Meeting.  Today, 3-4 room 24.

    Origami Club:  Meetings will remain on Wednesdays through the rest of the year.

    After School Sports:    

    Girls Basketball:

    7th: Today, 2/6 @ 3:45, vs. Miller Mustangs, Event Center

    Attention: A 6th grade boys volleyball coach is needed.  Without a coach there will be no team. Please email Maddy Lehman at lehman_madeleine@cusdk8.org if you are interested.

    Clubs:

    Wednesday

    Lunch

    MathCounts / Math Olympiads

    31

       

    Origami Club

    30

       

    Magic, The Gathering Club

    29

       

    String Orchestra

    MU-2

       

    Swift Playgrounds

    22

       

    Fandom

    1

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    22

       

    Science Olympiads

    24

    Thursday

    Lunch

    Shogi Club

    8

       

    Anime Club

    35

       

    Musical Theater Club/Drama Club

    23

       

    Arting

    51

       

    Feminism Club

    29

       

    Rubik's Cube Club

    22

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

     


    Tuesday, February 5

    Safety Tips: Anytime walking and rolling, BE SAFE, BE RESPECTFUL, AND BE RESPONSIBLE. Be aware of your surroundings and be on the lookout for cars when crossing any street.

    • CMS has a bike air station located by the front office.  All students are welcome to pump up their tires before heading home for the day.

    Bear Pride Winners for Last Week:

    1. 6th grade: Thien-Mai V. for being respectful

              and

    1. Brendan V. for being responsible

    Congratulations to the Bear Bravo winners!!

    Yosemite Lunch Meeting #3:  TODAY! 2/5/19, Event Center, Please be on time, meeting will begin promptly.

    Yosemite Equipment Checkout: Science Prep Room between rooms 25 and 26,

    Mondays at lunch and after school, Tuesdays after school, and Wednesday at lunch.

    Student Council:  Due to the Yosemite lunch meeting Student Council has been moved to Wednesday, February 6th, in room 19.

    Mathcounts:  Today! Practice for invited students only. ***Final cuts for the team must be made today!

    Continental Math League Competition, round 4: will be offered to all interested students during lunch on Wednesday, February 6, in rooms 31 and 32. Plan to arrive near the beginning of lunch for this 30 minute contest.

    Singing Valentines for $1: Sales start Today in the Quad, and continue through Tuesday, February 12th during Brunch and Lunch. Singing Valentines will be delivered on Friday, February 15th. Students will receive a card and a song. This is a great way to show appreciation for friends.

    AMC 10B: The AMC 10B will be offered at Cupertino Middle School after school on Wednesday, February 13th. Students who wish to participate may pick up a permission slip in room 31. Limited spots are available.

    Save the Planet: Today at lunch, room 5.

    After School Sports:    

    Boys Soccer:

    7th/8th: Today, 2/5 @ 3:45, vs. Blach Falcons, CMS Field

    Girls Basketball:

    6th: Today, 2/5 @ 3:45, vs. Kennedy Cougars, Kennedy Gym

    7th: Today, 2/5 @ 3:45, vs. Miller Mustangs, Event Center

    Clubs:

    Tuesday

    Lunch

    Metalshop / Mountain bike club

    57

       

    Table Tennis

    Event Center Stage

       

    Chess

    17

       

    Save the Planet

    5

       

    Garden Club

    Jay's Garden

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

       

    Mathcounts / Math Olympiads

    31

           

    Wednesday

    Lunch

    MathCounts / Math Olympiads

    31

       

    Origami Club

    30

       

    Magic, The Gathering Club

    29

       

    String Orchestra

    MU-2

       

    Swift Playgrounds

    22

       

    Fandom

    1

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    22

       

    Science Olympiads

    24


    Monday, February 4

    Safety Tips: Anytime walking and rolling, BE SAFE, BE RESPECTFUL, AND BE RESPONSIBLE. Be aware of your surroundings and be on the lookout for cars when crossing any street. CMS has a bike air station located by the front office.  All students are welcome to pump up their tires before heading home for the day.

    Yosemite Lunch Meeting #3:  Event Center 2/5/19, Please be on time, meeting will begin promptly.

    Yosemite Equipment Checkout: Science Prep Room between rooms 25 and 26, Mondays at lunch and after school, Tuesdays after school, and Wednesday at lunch.

    Bear Pride Winners for Last Week:

    1. 6th grade: Thien-Mai V. for being respectful
    2. 6th grade: Brendan V. for being responsible

    Congratulations to the bear bravo winners!!

    Singing Valentines: Sales will be in the Quad, beginning Monday, February 4th and continuing through Tuesday, February 12th during Brunch and Lunch. Singing Valentines will be delivered on Friday, February 15th. Students will receive a card and a song. This is a great way to show appreciation for friends.

    AMC 10B: The AMC 10B will be offered at Cupertino Middle School after school on Wednesday, February 13th. Students who wish to participate may pick up a permission slip in room 31. Limited spots are available.

    Science Olympiads: Monday Team Meeting, 3-4, room 22.

    Advanced Strings: For strings players who have two or more years of playing experience. Lunch, MU2

    Nintendo Club: A place where students can talk about their favorite games/characters with fellow Nintendo enthusiasts. Room 38, Today at Lunch.

    Book Club: Join us for “book club”! Read, discuss books, and share recommendations. Every Monday at Lunch. Bring your lunches!  Room 1.

    After School Sports:    

    Boys Soccer:

    6th/7th: Today @ 3:45,vs. Sunnyvale Spartans, CMS Field

    7th/8th: 2/5 @ 3:45, vs. Winner of game on 2/4, CMS Field

    Girls Basketball:

    6th: Today @ 3:45, vs. Graham Bears, Event Center

    7th: 2/5 @ 3:45, vs. Winner of game on 2/4, Event Center

    Clubs:

    Monday

    Lunch

    Students Partner with Veterans (every other week)

    21

       

    Classic New York Hip-Hop Club

    35

       

    Yu-Gi-Oh

    53

       

    Book Club

    1

       

    Advanced Strings

    MU2

       

    Dance Club

    25

       

    Nintendo Club

    38

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Science Olympiads

    22

       

    Speech and Debate

    2

       

    FBLA

    36 and 40

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    21

    Tuesday

    Lunch

    Metalshop / Mountain bike club

    57

       

    Table Tennis

    Event Center Stage

       

    Chess

    17

       

    Save the Planet

    5

       

    Garden Club

    Jay's Garden

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

       

    Mathcounts / Math Olympiads

    31


    Friday, February 1

    Safety Tips: Anytime walking and rolling, BE SAFE, BE RESPECTFUL, AND BE RESPONSIBLE. Be aware of your surroundings and be on the lookout for cars when crossing any street. CMS has a bike air station located by the front office.  All students are welcome to pump up their tires before heading home for the day.

    Space Dance!:  TODAY! will be our second dance of the year, Outer Space theme, from 5:00 - 7:00 pm.  Tickets will be on sale today, near the office, and in the quad, during brunch and lunch.  Tickets are $4 presale, and $5 at the door. Please make sure to have your student ID with you during purchase.  There will be exciting space activities and amazing food!

    • *Due to forecasted rain, the dance will be held in the Bernardo Gym.
    • Students must arrive at 5:00 pm. Doors close at 5:15 pm. Students must attend for the entire time (5:00 pm - 7:00 pm) - students are not permitted to leave early and there are no "in and out" privileges.
    • All students must present a CMS ID card. Replacement IDs can be obtained for $5 in the school office until 3:00 pm the day of the dance. All school rules, including use of cell phones, cameras, devices, and dress code apply. Please refer to the Student Handbook for detailed information about school rules.
    • *Any student with a book more than two weeks overdue may not purchase a dance ticket until the book is returned to the library.  Please see Mrs. Erskine.

    AMC 10B: The AMC 10B will be offered at Cupertino Middle School after school on Wednesday, February 13th. Students who wish to participate may pick up a permission slip in room 31. Limited spots are available.

    Singing Valentines: Sales will be in the Quad, beginning Monday, February 4th and continuing through Tuesday, February 12th during Brunch and Lunch. Singing Valentines will be delivered on Friday, February 15th. Students will receive a card and a song. This is a great way to show appreciation for friends.

    Book Reviews: Come and see what books the CMS staff enjoys reading! Book reviews by CMS staff members are now available in the library. Maybe you will find a new book or genre to enjoy reading.

    After School Sports:    

    Boys Soccer & Girls Basketball - Playoffs begin on 2/4

    Clubs:

    Friday

    Lunch

    (No Clubs - Bear Pride Friday in the Quad)

     
       

    Dungeons and Dragons Club

    3

     

    After School

    League of Legends (once per month)

    22

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    Office

     

    Monday

    Lunch

    Students Partner with Veterans (every other week)

    21

       

    Classic New York Hip-Hop Club

    35

       

    Yu-Gi-Oh

    53

       

    Book Club

    1

       

    Advanced Strings

    MU2

       

    Dance Club

    25

       

    Nintendo Club

    38

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Science Olympiads

    22

       

    Speech and Debate

    2

       

    FBLA

    36 and 40

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    21


    Thursday, January 31

    Safety Tips: Anytime walking and rolling, BE SAFE, BE RESPECTFUL, AND BE RESPONSIBLE. Be aware of your surroundings and be on the lookout for cars when crossing any street. CMS has a bike air station located by the front office.  All students are welcome to pump up their tires before heading home for the day.

    Space Dance!:  This Friday, February 1st will be our second dance of the year, Outer Space theme, from 5:00 - 7:00 pm.  Tickets will be on sale Today through Friday, near the office, and in the quad, during brunch and lunch. Tickets are $4 presale, and $5 at the door.  Please make sure to have your student ID with you during purchase. There will be exciting space activities and amazing food!

    *Due to forecasted rain, the dance will be held in the Bernardo Gym.

    Students must arrive at 5:00 pm. Doors close at 5:15 pm. Students must attend for the entire time (5:00 pm - 7:00 pm) - students are not permitted to leave early and there are no "in and out" privileges.

    All students must present a CMS ID card. Replacement IDs can be obtained for $5 in the school office until 3:00 pm the day of the dance. All school rules, including use of cell phones, cameras, devices, and dress code apply. Please refer to the Student Handbook for detailed information about school rules.

    *Any student with a book more than two weeks overdue may not purchase a dance ticket.  Please go to the library to see Mrs. Erskine.

    AMC 10B: The AMC 10B will be offered at Cupertino Middle School after school on Wednesday, February 13th. Students who wish to participate may pick up a permission slip in room 31. Limited spots are available.

    Singing Valentines: Sales will be in the Quad, beginning Monday, February 4th and continuing through Tuesday, February 12th during Brunch and Lunch. Singing Valentines will be delivered on Friday, February 15th. Students will receive a card and a song. This is a great way to show appreciation for friends.

    Book Reviews: Come and see what books the CMS staff enjoys reading! Book reviews by CMS staff members are now available in the library. Maybe you will find a new book or genre to enjoy reading.

    Drama Club: Today at Lunch in room 23. "Looking for a club to make friends and enjoy movies and musicals? Come join us in watching "Annie" with the Musical Theater Club on Thursdays at lunch in room 23. Bring your lunch!

    After School Sports:    

    Boys Soccer & Girls Basketball - Playoffs begin on 2/4

    Clubs:

    Thursday

    Lunch

    Shogi Club

    8

       

    Anime Club

    35

       

    Musical Theater Club/Drama Club

    23

       

    Arting

    51

       

    Feminism Club

    29

       

    Rubik's Cube Club

    22

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

    Friday

    Lunch

    (No Clubs - Bear Pride Friday in the Quad)

     
       

    Dungeons and Dragons Club

    3

     

    After School

    League of Legends (once per month)

    22

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    Office


    Wednesday, January 30

    Safety Tips: Anytime walking and rolling, BE SAFE, BE RESPECTFUL, AND BE RESPONSIBLE. Be aware of your surroundings and be on the lookout for cars when crossing any street. CMS has a bike air station located by the front office.  All students are welcome to pump up their tires before heading home for the day.

    Space Dance!:  This Friday, February 1st will be our second dance of the year, Outer Space theme, from 5:00 - 7:00 pm.  Tickets will be on sale starting Today through Friday, at brunch and lunch, near the office, and in the quad.  Tickets are $4 presale, and $5 at the door. Please make sure to have your student ID with you during purchase. There will be exciting space activities and amazing food! Students must arrive at 5:00 pm. Doors close at 5:15 pm. Students must attend for the entire time (5:00 pm-7:00 pm) - students are not permitted to leave early and there are no "in and out" privileges. All students must present a CMS ID card. Replacement IDs can be obtained for $5 in the school office until 3:00 pm the day of the dance. All school rules, including use of cell phones, cameras, devices, and dress code apply. Please refer to the Student Handbook for detailed information about school rules. *Any student with a book more than two weeks overdue may not purchase a dance ticket.  Please go to the library to see Mrs. Erskine.

    The CMS class of 2019 needs your help with the promotion party! Parents of current and future 8th graders are invited to help with the 8th grade graduation party.  Please fill a short interest form HERE to let us know in which areas you would like to be involved. If you can make it, please join us for a kick-off meeting Tomorrow, January 31st at 8:30 am at the CMS office. Email woodell_jeanine@cusdk8.org with any questions.

    AMC 10B: The AMC 10B will be offered at Cupertino Middle School after school on Wednesday, February 13th. Students who wish to participate may pick up a permission slip in room 31. Limited spots are available.

    Singing Valentines: Sales will be in the Main Quad, beginning Monday, Feb. 4th and continuing through Tuesday, Feb. 12th during Brunch and Lunch. Singing Valentines will be delivered on Friday, Feb. 15th. Students will receive a card and a song. This is a great way to show appreciation for friends.

    Book Reviews: Come and see what books the CMS staff enjoys reading! Book reviews by CMS staff members are now available in the library. Maybe you will find a new book or genre to enjoy reading.

    Drama Club: Thursdays at Lunch in room 23. "Looking for a club to make friends and enjoy movies and musicals? Come join us in watching "Annie" with the Musical Theater Club on Thursday at lunch in room 23. Bring your lunch!"

    Science Olympiads: Science Olympiads Team Meeting.  Today, 3-4 room 24.

    Origami Club:  Meetings will remain on Wednesdays through the rest of the year.

    After School Sports:    

    Boys Soccer & Girls Basketball - Playoffs begin on 2/4

    Clubs:

    Wednesday

    Lunch

    MathCounts / Math Olympiads

    31

       

    Origami Club

    30

       

    Magic, The Gathering Club

    29

       

    String Orchestra

    MU-2

       

    Swift Playgrounds

    22

       

    Fandom

    1

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    22

       

    Science Olympiads

    24

    Thursday

    Lunch

    Shogi Club

    8

       

    Anime Club

    35

       

    Musical Theater Club/Drama Club

    23

       

    Arting

    51

       

    Feminism Club

    29

       

    Rubik's Cube Club

    22

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51


    Tuesday, January 29

    Safety Tips: Anytime walking and rolling, BE SAFE, BE RESPECTFUL, AND BE RESPONSIBLE. Be aware of your surroundings and be on the lookout for cars when crossing any street. CMS has a bike air station located by the front office.  All students are welcome to pump up their tires before heading home for the day.

    Space Dance:  This Friday, February 1st will be our second dance of the year, Outer Space theme, from 5-7 PM.  Tickets will be on sale starting THIS Wednesday through Friday, now at two locations, near the office, and in the quad.  Tickets are $4 presale, and $5 at the door. Please make sure to have your student ID with you during purchase. There will be exciting space activities and amazing food.  

    Incoming 9th Grade Information Meeting:  *January 30th, 8:15-9:30 A.M.*  Counseling representatives from Homestead and Fremont High Schools are presenting the high school transition information to students ONLY on January 30th from 8:15-9:30 a.m. Topics will include course selection, elective choices, high school activity and more.  This is the only presentation of this nature and the one opportunity for students to hear and ask questions of the high school guidance department.  All 8th grade students are highly encouraged to attend.

    This is a WEDNESDAY morning.  8th grade students are expected to report to the Event Center by 8:15 am. The Homestead High presentation will be in the Event Center and the Fremont High presentation will be in the Bernardo Gym.  Make sure you set your alarm to be at school at the right time.  Don’t miss out! Students not going to Fremont or Homestead are not required to attend and should come at the regular time for late start Wednesdays.

    The CMS class of 2019 needs your help with the promotion party! Parents of current and future 8th graders are invited to help with the 8th grade graduation party.  Please fill a short interest form HERE to let us know in which areas you would like to be involved. If you can make it, please join us for a kick-off meeting on Thursday January 31 at 8:30 am at the CMS office. Email woodell_jeanine@cusdk8.org with any questions.

    AMC 10B: The AMC 10B will be offered at Cupertino Middle School after school on Wednesday, February 13th. Students who wish to participate may pick up a permission slip in room 31. Limited spots are available.

    After School Math Club: Round 4 of the Mandelbrot competition will be given after school on Tuesday, January 30th in room 31. All students who have completed any of the previous rounds are invited to participate. After the contest, we will complete a second contest and make final cuts for the Mathcounts competition on February 9th.

    Singing Valentines: Sales will be in the Main Quad, beginning Monday, Feb. 4th and continuing through Tuesday, Feb. 12th during Brunch and Lunch. Singing Valentines will be delivered on Friday, Feb. 15th. Students will receive a card and a song. This is a great way to show appreciation for friends.

    Book Reviews: Come and see what books the CMS staff enjoys reading! Book reviews by CMS staff members are now available in the library. Maybe you will find a new book or genre to enjoy reading.

    Save the Planet: Today at lunch, room 5.

    Drama Club: Thursdays at Lunch in room 23. "Looking for a club to make friends and enjoy movies and musicals? Come join us in watching "Annie" with the Musical Theater Club on Thursday at lunch in room 23. Bring your lunch!"

    After School Sports:    

    Today 1/29:  vs. Blach Falcons

    Boys Soccer:

    6th/7th: Blach Field, 3:45

    7th/8th: CMS Field, 3:45

    Girls Basketball:

    6th: Bye

    7th: Event Center, 3:45

    8th: Blach Gym, 3:45

    Clubs:

    Tuesday

    Lunch

    Metalshop / Mountain bike club

    57

       

    Table Tennis

    Event Center Stage

       

    Chess

    17

       

    Save the Planet

    5

       

    Garden Club

    Jay's Garden

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

       

    Mathcounts / Math Olympiads

    31

           

    Wednesday

    Lunch

    MathCounts / Math Olympiads

    31

       

    Origami Club

    30

       

    Magic, The Gathering Club

    29

       

    String Orchestra

    MU-2

       

    Swift Playgrounds

    22

       

    Fandom

    1

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    22

       

    Science Olympiads

    24


    Monday, January 28

    Safety Tips: Anytime walking and rolling, BE SAFE, BE RESPECTFUL, AND BE RESPONSIBLE. Be aware of your surroundings and be on the lookout for cars when crossing any street. CMS has a bike air station located by the front office.  All students are welcome to pump up their tires before heading home for the day.

    Bear Pride Winners for Last Week:

    1. Sydney S. in 6th grade for being Responsible
    2. Takena W. in 7th grade for being Responsible
    3. Tarrini M. in 8th grade for being Responsible.

    Congratulations to all Bear Bravo winners!!

    Elective Changes:  For those who requested an elective change, all changes have been completed. If you were NOT called in to the office to pick up a new schedule, it means we could not change your elective. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

    Incoming 9th Grade Information Meeting:  *January 30th, 8:15-9:30 A.M.*  Counseling representatives from Homestead and Fremont High Schools are presenting the high school transition information to students ONLY on January 30th from 8:15-9:30 a.m. 

    Topics will include course selection, elective choices, high school activity and more.  This is the only presentation of this nature and the one opportunity for students to hear and ask questions of the high school guidance department.  All 8th grade students are highly encouraged to attend.

    This is a WEDNESDAY morning.  8th grade students are expected to report to the Event Center by 8:15 am. The Homestead High presentation will be in the Event Center and the Fremont High presentation will be in the Bernardo Gym.  Make sure you set your alarm to be at school at the right time.  Don’t miss out! Students not going to Fremont or Homestead are not required to attend and should come at the regular time for late start Wednesdays.

    The CMS class of 2019 needs your help with the promotion party! Parents of current and future 8th graders are invited to help with the 8th grade graduation party.  Please fill a short interest form HERE to let us know in which areas you would like to be involved. If you can make it, please join us for a kick-off meeting on Thursday January 31 at 8:30 am at the CMS office. Email woodell_jeanine@cusdk8.org with any questions.

    AMC 10B: The AMC 10B will be offered at Cupertino Middle School after school on Wednesday, February 13th. Students who wish to participate may pick up a permission slip in room 31. Limited spots are available.

    After School Math Club: Round 4 of the Mandelbrot competition will be given after school on Tuesday, January 30th in room 31. All students who have completed any of the previous rounds are invited to participate. After the contest, we will complete a second contest and make final cuts for the Mathcounts competition on February 9th.

    Singing Valentines: Sales will be in the Main Quad, beginning Monday, Feb. 4th and continuing through Tuesday, Feb. 12th during Brunch and Lunch. Singing Valentines will be delivered on Friday, Feb. 15th. Students will receive a card and a song. This is a great way to show appreciation for friends.

    Book Reviews: Come and see what books the CMS staff enjoys reading! Book reviews by CMS staff members are now available in the library. Maybe you will find a new book or genre to enjoy reading.

    Science Olympiads: Monday Team Meeting, 3-4, room 22.

    Advanced Strings: For strings players who have two or more years of playing experience. Lunch, MU2

    Nintendo Club: A place where students can talk about their favorite games/characters with fellow Nintendo enthusiasts. Room 38, Mondays at Lunch.

    Book Club: Join us for “book club”! Read, discuss books, and share recommendations. Every Monday at Lunch. Bring your lunches!  Room 1.

    Drama Club: Thursdays at Lunch in room 23. "Looking for a club to make friends and enjoy movies and musicals? Come join us in watching "Annie" with the Musical Theater Club on Thursday at lunch in room 23. Bring your lunch!"

    After School Sports:    

    Tuesday 1/29:  vs. Blach Falcons

    Boys Soccer:

    6th/7th: Blach Field, 3:45

    7th/8th: CMS Field, 3:45

    Girls Basketball:

    6th: Bye

    7th: Event Center, 3:45

    8th: Blach Gym, 3:45

    Clubs:

    Monday

    Lunch

    Students Partner with Veterans (every other week)

    21

       

    Classic New York Hip-Hop Club

    35

       

    Yu-Gi-Oh

    53

       

    Book Club

    1

       

    Advanced Strings

    MU2

       

    Dance Club

    25

       

    Nintendo Club

    38

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Science Olympiads

    22

       

    Speech and Debate

    2

       

    FBLA

    36 and 40

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    21

    Tuesday

    Lunch

    Metalshop / Mountain bike club

    57

       

    Table Tennis

    Event Center Stage

       

    Chess

    17

       

    Save the Planet

    5

       

    Garden Club

    Jay's Garden

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

       

    Mathcounts / Math Olympiads

    31


    Friday, January 25

    Safety Tips:  CMS Bears - Now that it’s second semester, we've been in school for half the school year! Have you been thinking about getting to school on your own...but just haven’t tried yet?  You can start by walking or rolling with your parents or your friends...maybe even start on a weekend to familiarize yourself with the various routes to CMS. Give it a go!

    2019 Scripps School Spelling Bee: Congratulations to everyone who participated in the 2019 Scripps School Spelling Bee!  We salute your competitive spirit, intellectual curiosity, and desire to challenge yourselves! Congratulations! to our school bee champion, Pranav J.! After 24 grueling rounds and a most worthy competitor, Alex S., Pranav was able to spell the championship word to win the 2019 Scripps School Spelling Bee!

    Elective Changes:  For those who requested an elective change, your request is currently being processed. If we can change your elective, you will be called in to pick up a new schedule by the end of the day today. If we can NOT change your elective, you will NOT be called in to the office. Yesterday was the LAST day to request an elective change. Thank you!

    Incoming 9th Grade Information Meeting:  *January 30, 8:15-9:30 A.M.*  Counseling representatives from Homestead and Fremont High Schools are presenting the high school transition information to students ONLY on January 30 from 8:15-9:30 a.m.  Topics will include course selection, elective choices, high school activity and more.  This is the only presentation of this nature and the one opportunity for students to hear and ask questions of the high school guidance department.  All 8th grade students are highly encouraged to attend.

    This is a WEDNESDAY morning.  8th grade students are expected to report to the Event Center by 8:15. The Homestead High presentation will be in the Event Center and the Fremont High presentation will be in the Bernardo Gym.  Make sure you set your alarm to be at school at the right time.  Don’t miss out! Students not going to Fremont or Homestead are not required to attend and should come at the regular time for late start Wednesdays.

    The CMS class of 2019 needs your help with the promotion party! Parents of current and future 8th graders are invited to help with the 8th grade graduation party.  Please fill a short interest form HERE to let us know in which areas you would like to be involved. If you can make it, please join us for a kick-off meeting on Thursday January 31 at 8:30 am at the CMS office. Email woodell_jeanine@cusdk8.org with any questions.

    6th Grade WEB Movie Event: Today!, January 25th, will be the 6th Grade movie night presented by WEB.  All 6th graders are welcome to attend with a signed permission slip at the door.  We will be watching “Incredibles 2”, and there will be snacks provided. The event will be from 3:00-5:30 in the Event Center right after school.  If you have not received a permission slip yet, please see your 7th period teacher. See you there 6th graders!

    Drama Club: Thursdays at Lunch in room 23. "Looking for a club to make friends and enjoy movies and musicals? Come join us in watching "Annie" with the Musical Theater Club on Thursday at lunch in room 23. Bring your lunch!"

    After School Math Club: Round 4 of the Mandelbrot competition will be given after school on Tuesday, January 30 in room 31. All students who have completed any of the previous rounds are invited to participate. After the contest, we will complete a second contest and make final cuts for the Mathcounts competition on February 9.

    Book Club: Monday, Lunch in Room 1.

    Clubs:

    Friday

    Lunch

    (No Clubs - Bear Pride Friday in the Quad)

     
       

    Dungeons and Dragons Club

    3

     

    After School

    League of Legends (once per month)

    22

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    Office

     

    Monday

    Lunch

    Students Partner with Veterans (every other week)

    21

       

    Classic New York Hip-Hop Club

    35

       

    Yu-Gi-Oh

    53

       

    Book Club

    1

       

    Advanced Strings

    MU2

       

    Dance Club

    25

       

    Nintendo Club

    38

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Science Olympiads

    22

       

    Speech and Debate

    2

       

    FBLA

    36 and 40

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    21


    Thursday, January 24

    Safety Tips:  CMS Bears - Now that it’s second semester, we've been in school for half the school year! Have you been thinking about getting to school on your own...but just haven’t tried yet?  You can start by walking or rolling with your parents or your friends...maybe even start on a weekend to familiarize yourself with the various routes to CMS. Give it a go!

    2019 Scripps School Spelling Bee: Congratulations to everyone who participated in the 2019 Scripps School Spelling Bee!  We salute your competitive spirit, intellectual curiosity, and desire to challenge yourselves! Congratulations! to our school bee champion, Pranav J.! After 24 grueling rounds and a most worthy competitor, Alex S., Pranav was able to spell the championship word to win the 2019 Scripps School Spelling Bee!

    Elective Changes:  If you would like to request an elective change,TODAY during brunch is your last chance to talk to Ms. Fratus or Ms. Vernazza. Elective changes will only be considered if the switch is during the period you have the elective or your PE period. Do NOT turn in your request to the front office, you must talk directly to Ms. Fratus or Ms. Vernazza to make your request. Please keep in mind that most elective classes are full, and most schedule changes will not be granted. Thank you!

    Incoming 9th Grade Information Meeting:  *January 30, 8:15-9:30 A.M.*  Counseling representatives from Homestead and Fremont High Schools are presenting the high school transition information to students ONLY on January 30 from 8:15-9:30 a.m.  Topics will include course selection, elective choices, high school activity and more.  This is the only presentation of this nature and the one opportunity for students to hear and ask questions of the high school guidance department.  All 8th grade students are highly encouraged to attend.

    This is a WEDNESDAY morning.  8th grade students are expected to report to the Event Center by 8:15. The Homestead High presentation will be in the Event Center and the Fremont High presentation will be in the Bernardo Gym.  Make sure you set your alarm to be at school at the right time.  Don’t miss out! Students not going to Fremont or Homestead are not required to attend and should come at the regular time for late start Wednesdays.

    The CMS class of 2019 needs your help with the promotion party! Parents of current and future 8th graders are invited to help with the 8th grade graduation party.  Please fill a short interest form HERE to let us know in which areas you would like to be involved. If you can make it, please join us for a kick-off meeting on Thursday January 31 at 8:30 am at the CMS office. Email woodell_jeanine@cusdk8.org with any questions.

    6th Grade WEB Movie Event: This Friday, January 25th, will be the 6th Grade movie night presented by WEB.  All 6th graders are welcome to attend with a signed permission slip at the door. We will be watching “Incredibles 2”, and there will be snacks provided.  The event will be from 3:00-5:30 in the Event Center right after school. If you have not received a permission slip yet, please see your 7th period teacher.  See you there 6th graders!

    Drama Club: Thursdays at Lunch in room 23. "Looking for a club to make friends and enjoy movies and musicals? Come join us in watching "Annie" with the Musical Theater Club on Thursday at lunch in room 23. Bring your lunch!"

    After School Sports:    

    Today 1/24:  vs. Hyde Lions

    Boys Soccer:

    6th/7th: CMS Field, 3:45

    7th/8th: Hyde Field, 3:45

    Girls Basketball:

    6th: Hyde Gym, 3:45

    7th: Hyde Gym, 5:00

    8th: Event Center, 3:45

    Clubs:

    Thursday

    Lunch

    Shogi Club

    8

       

    Anime Club

    35

       

    Musical Theater Club/Drama Club

    23

       

    Arting

    51

       

    Feminism Club

    29

       

    Rubik's Cube Club

    22

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

    Friday

    Lunch

    (No Clubs - Bear Pride Friday in the Quad)

     
       

    Dungeons and Dragons Club

    3

     

    After School

    League of Legends (once per month)

    22

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    Office

     


    Wednesday, January 23

    Safety Tips:  CMS Bears - Now that it’s second semester, we've been in school for half the school year! Have you been thinking about getting to school on your own...but just haven’t tried yet? You can start by walking or rolling with your parents or your friends...maybe even start on a weekend to familiarize yourself with the various routes to CMS. Give it a go!

    Bear Pride Winners for Last Week:

    1. Paige D. in 6th grade for being responsible
    2. Rohan R. in 7th grade for being respectful and responsible
    3. Keren S. in 8th grade for being responsible

    Congratulations to all the winners!

    2019 Scripps School Spelling Bee: Congratulations to everyone who participated in the 2019 Scripps School Spelling Bee!  We salute your competitive spirit, intellectual curiosity, and desire to challenge yourselves! Congratulations! to our school bee champion, Pranav J.! After 24 grueling rounds and a most worthy competitor, Alex S., Pranav was able to spell the championship word to win the 2019 Scripps School Spelling Bee!

    Elective Changes:  If you would like to request an elective change, please come outside the front office TODAY during brunch to talk to Ms. Fratus or Ms. Vernazza. Elective changes will only be considered if the switch is during the period you have the elective or your PE period. Do NOT turn in your request to the front office, you must talk directly to Ms. Fratus or Ms. Vernazza to make your request. We will only be taking requests TODAY. Please keep in mind that most elective classes are full, and most schedule changes will not be granted. Thank you!

    Incoming 9th Grade Information Meeting:  *January 30, 8:15-9:30 A.M.*  Counseling representatives from Homestead and Fremont High Schools are presenting the high school transition information to students ONLY on January 30 from 8:15-9:30 a.m.  Topics will include course selection, elective choices, high school activity and more.  This is the only presentation of this nature and the one opportunity for students to hear and ask questions of the high school guidance department.  All 8th grade students are highly encouraged to attend.

    This is a WEDNESDAY morning.  8th grade students are expected to report to the Event Center by 8:15. The Homestead High presentation will be in the Event Center and the Fremont High presentation will be in the Bernardo Gym.  Make sure you set your alarm to be at school at the right time.  Don’t miss out! Students not going to Fremont or Homestead are not required to attend and should come at the regular time for late start Wednesdays.

    The CMS class of 2019 needs your help with the promotion party! Parents of current and future 8th graders are invited to help with the 8th grade graduation party.  Please fill a short interest form HERE to let us know in which areas you would like to be involved.  If you can make it, please join us for a kick-off meeting on Thursday January 31 at 8:30 am at the CMS office. Email woodell_jeanine@cusdk8.org with any questions.

    6th Grade WEB Movie Event: This Friday, January 25th, will be the 6th Grade movie night presented by WEB.  All 6th graders are welcome to attend with a signed permission slip at the door. We will be watching “Incredibles 2”, and there will be snacks provided.  The event will be from 3:00-5:30 in the Event Center right after school. If you have not received a permission slip yet, please see your 7th period teacher.  See you there 6th graders!

    Drama Club: Thursdays at Lunch in room 23. "Looking for a club to make friends and enjoy movies and musicals? Come join us in watching "Annie" with the Musical Theater Club on Thursday at lunch in room 23. Bring your lunch!"

    Strings: Not meeting Today

    Science Olympiads: Science Olympiads Team Meeting.  Today, 3-4 room 24.

    Origami Club:  **Please note Origami Club now meets on Wednesdays.

    After School Sports:    

    Thursday 1/24:  vs. Hyde Lions

    Boys Soccer:

    6th/7th: CMS Field, 3:45

    7th/8th: Hyde Field, 3:45

    Girls Basketball:

    6th: Hyde Gym, 3:45

    7th: Hyde Gym, 5:00

    8th: Event Center, 3:45

    Clubs:

    Wednesday

    Lunch

    MathCounts / Math Olympiads

    31

       

    Origami Club

    30

       

    Magic, The Gathering Club

    29

       

    Not Meeting Today-String Orchestra

    MU-2

       

    Swift Playgrounds

    22

       

    Fandom

    1

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    22

       

    Science Olympiads

    24

    Thursday

    Lunch

    Shogi Club

    8

       

    Anime Club

    35

       

    Musical Theater Club/Drama Club

    23

       

    Arting

    51

       

    Feminism Club

    29

       

    Rubik's Cube Club

    22

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51


    Tuesday, January 22

    Safety Tips:  CMS Bears - Now that it’s second semester, we've been in school for half the school year! Have you been thinking about getting to school on your own...but just haven’t tried yet? You can start by walking or rolling with your parents or your friends...maybe even start on a weekend to familiarize yourself with the various routes to CMS. Give it a go!

    2019 Scripps School Spelling Bee: Congratulations to everyone who participated in the 2019 Scripps School Spelling Bee!  We salute your competitive spirit, intellectual curiosity, and desire to challenge yourselves! Congratulations! to our school bee champion, Pranav J.! After 24 grueling rounds and a most worthy competitor, Alex S., Pranav was able to spell the championship word to win the 2019 Scripps School Spelling Bee!

    Yosemite Meeting:  TODAY! Tuesday 1/22 @ lunch.  This week's meeting is mandatory in order for you to choose your cabins. A list has been posted outside of room 22 of students who still need to complete paperwork. If you have not completed all Yosemite paperwork, you are not eligible to put your name on a Cabin Card. Please check the list and be sure all paperwork is complete so that you may choose your cabin mates on Tuesday. Remember to arrive promptly, stash your backpacks on the far walls of the Event Center and sit towards the front.

    Incoming 9th Grade Information Meeting:  *January 30, 8:15-9:30 A.M.*  Counseling representatives from Homestead and Fremont High Schools are presenting the high school transition information to students ONLY on January 30 from 8:15-9:30 a.m.  Topics will include course selection, elective choices, high school activity and more.  This is the only presentation of this nature and the one opportunity for students to hear and ask questions of the high school guidance department.  All 8th grade students are highly encouraged to attend. This is a WEDNESDAY morning.  8th grade students are expected to report to the Event Center by 8:15. The Homestead High presentation will be in the Event Center and the Fremont High presentation will be in the Bernardo Gym.

    The CMS class of 2019 needs your help with the promotion party! Parents of current and future 8th graders are invited to help with the 8th grade graduation party.  Please fill a short interest form HERE to let us know in which areas you would like to be involved. If you can make it, please join us for a kick-off meeting on Thursday January 31 at 8:30 am at the CMS office. Email woodell_jeanine@cusdk8.org with any questions.

    Congratulations!:  Aleena S. (7th) has won the first prize in a short story contest organized by the publisherlunespark.comfor the year 2017-2018.  Speaking Up for Each Other has twenty-four award-winning short stories by talented young writers. The anthology of the best stories in the contest includes Aleena’s story. These stories are original, enjoyable, and contain a rich variety of themes and situations ranging from a helpless girl living in fear of her own family to a robot contemplating what's best for its employer. Speaking Up for Each Other is available on Amazon.

    Rocket City Math League Competition:  After school on Tuesday, January 22, room 31. All students are invited to participate in this leveled math competition. The questions are different depending on the math class you take, so all students have a very high probability of success.

    Save the Planet: Today at Lunch, room 5.

    Drama Club: Thursdays at Lunch in room 23. "Looking for a club to make friends and enjoy movies and musicals? Come join us in watching "Annie" with the Musical Theater Club on Thursday at lunch in room 23. Bring your lunch!"  

    After School Sports:    

    TODAY! Tuesday 1/22:  vs. Kennedy Cougars

    Boys Soccer:

    6th/7th: CMS Field, 3:45

    7th/8th: Kennedy Field, 3:45

    Girls Basketball:

    6th: Kennedy Gym, 3:45

    7th: Kennedy Gym, 5:00

    8th: Event Center, 3:45

    Clubs:

    Tuesday

    Lunch

    Metalshop / Mountain bike club

    57

       

    Table Tennis

    Event Center Stage

       

    Chess

    17

       

    Save the Planet

    5

       

    Garden Club

    Jay's Garden

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

       

    Mathcounts / Math Olympiads

    31

           

    Wednesday

    Lunch

    MathCounts / Math Olympiads

    31

       

    Origami Club

    30

       

    Magic, The Gathering Club

    29

       

    String Orchestra

    MU-2

       

    Swift Playgrounds

    22

       

    Fandom

    1

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    22

       

    Science Olympiads

    24


    Friday, January 18

    Safety Tips:  CMS Bears - Now that it’s second semester, we've been in school for half the school year! Have you been thinking about getting to school on your own...but just haven’t tried yet? You can start by walking or rolling with your parents or your friends...maybe even start on a weekend to familiarize yourself with the various routes to CMS. Give it a go!

    2019 Scripps School Spelling Bee: Congratulations to everyone who participated in the 2019 Scripps School Spelling Bee!  We salute your competitive spirit, intellectual curiosity, and desire to challenge yourselves! Congratulations! to our school bee champion, Pranav J.! After 24 grueling rounds and a most worthy competitor, Alex S., Pranav was able to spell the championship word to win the 2019 Scripps School Spelling Bee!

    Yosemite Meeting:  Tuesday 1/22 @ lunch.  This week's meeting is mandatory in order for you to choose your cabins. A list has been posted outside of room 22 of students who still need to complete paperwork. If you have not completed all Yosemite paperwork, you are not eligible to put your name on a Cabin Card. Please check the list and be sure all paperwork is complete so that you may choose your cabin mates on Tuesday. Remember to arrive promptly, stash your backpacks on the far walls of the Event Center and sit towards the front.

    Electives:  If you would like to request an elective change, please come outside of the front office next Wednesday January 23 and Thursday January 24 during brunch to talk to Ms. Fratus and Ms. Vernazza. Elective changes will only be considered if the switch is during the period you have the elective or your PE period. Do NOT turn in your request to the front office…you must talk directly to Ms. Fratus or Ms. Vernazza to make your request. We will only be taking requests on Wednesday and Thursday during brunch. Please keep in mind that most elective classes are full, and most schedule changes will not be granted. Thank you!

    Incoming 9th Grade Information Meeting:  *January 30, 8:15-9:30 A.M.*  Counseling representatives from Homestead and Fremont High Schools are presenting the high school transition information to students ONLY on January 30 from 8:15-9:30 a.m.  Topics will include course selection, elective choices, high school activity and more.  This is the only presentation of this nature and the one opportunity for students to hear and ask questions of the high school guidance department.  All 8th grade students are highly encouraged to attend. This is a WEDNESDAY morning.  8th grade students are expected to report to the Event Center by 8:15. The Homestead High presentation will be in the Event Center and the Fremont High presentation will be in the Bernardo Gym.

    NJHS: All eligible students must attend a lunch meeting TODAY! January 18 in the Event Center in order to become familiar with NJHS expectations and the process of becoming inducted.

    The CMS class of 2019 needs your help with the promotion party! Parents of current and future 8th graders are invited to help with the 8th grade graduation party.  Please fill a short interest form HERE to let us know in which areas you would like to be involved. If you can make it, please join us for a kick-off meeting on Thursday January 31 at 8:30 am at the CMS office. Email woodell_jeanine@cusdk8.org with any questions.

    Congratulations!: Aleena S. (7th) has won the first prize in a short story contest organized by the publisherlunespark.com, for the year 2017-2018.  Speaking Up for Each Other has twenty-four award-winning short stories by talented young writers. The anthology of the best stories in the contest includes Aleena’s story. These stories are original, enjoyable, and contain a rich variety of themes and situations ranging from a helpless girl living in fear of her own family to a robot contemplating what's best for its employer. Speaking Up for Each Other is available on Amazon.

    Rocket City Math League Competition:  After school on Tuesday, January 22, room 31. All students are invited to participate in this leveled math competition. The questions are different depending on the math class you take, so all students have a very high probability of success.

    Clubs:

    Friday

    Lunch

    (No Clubs - Bear Pride Friday in the Quad)

     
       

    Dungeons and Dragons Club

    3

     

    After School

    League of Legends (once per month)

    22

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    Office


    Thursday, January 17

    Safety Tips:  CMS Bears - Now that it’s second semester, we've been in school for half the school year! Have you been thinking about getting to school on your own...but just haven’t tried yet? You can start by walking or rolling with your parents or your friends...maybe even start on a weekend to familiarize yourself with the various routes to CMS. Give it a go!

    Yosemite Meeting:  Tuesday 1/22 @ lunch.  This week's meeting is mandatory in order for you to choose your cabins. A list has been posted outside of room 22 of students who still need to complete paperwork. If you have not completed all Yosemite paperwork, you are not eligible to put your name on a Cabin Card. Please check the list and be sure all paperwork is complete so that you may choose your cabin mates on Tuesday. Remember to arrive promptly, stash your backpacks on the far walls of the Event Center and sit towards the front.

    Electives:  If you would like to request an elective change, please come outside of the front office next Wednesday January 23 and Thursday January 24 during brunch to talk to Ms. Fratus and Ms. Vernazza. Elective changes will only be considered if the switch is during the period you have the elective or your PE period. Do NOT turn in your request to the front office…you must talk directly to Ms. Fratus or Ms. Vernazza to make your request. We will only be taking requests on Wednesday and Thursday during brunch. Please keep in mind that most elective classes are full, and most schedule changes will not be granted. Thank you!

    Incoming 9th Grade Information Meeting:  *January 30, 8:15-9:30 A.M.*  Counseling representatives from Homestead and Fremont High Schools are presenting the high school transition information to students ONLY on January 30 from 8:15-9:30 a.m.  Topics will include course selection, elective choices, high school activity and more.  This is the only presentation of this nature and the one opportunity for students to hear and ask questions of the high school guidance department.  All 8th grade students are highly encouraged to attend. This is a WEDNESDAY morning.  8th grade students are expected to report to the Event Center by 8:15. The Homestead High presentation will be in the Event Center and the Fremont High presentation will be in the Bernardo Gym.

    NJHS: All eligible students must attend a lunch meeting TOMORROW January 18 in the Event Center in order to become familiar with NJHS expectations and the process of becoming inducted.

    The CMS class of 2019 needs your help with the promotion party! Parents of current and future 8th graders are invited to help with the 8th grade graduation party.  Please fill a short interest form HERE to let us know in which areas you would like to be involved. If you can make it, please join us for a kick-off meeting on Thursday January 31 at 8:30 am at the CMS office. Email woodell_jeanine@cusdk8.org with any questions.

    Congratulations!: Aleena S. (7th) has won the first prize in a short story contest organized by the publisherlunespark.com, for the year 2017-2018. Speaking Up for Each Other has twenty-four award-winning short stories by talented young writers. The anthology of the best stories in the contest includes Aleena’s story. These stories are original, enjoyable, and contain a rich variety of themes and situations ranging from a helpless girl living in fear of her own family to a robot contemplating what's best for its employer. Speaking Up for Each Other is available on Amazon.

    After School Sports:    

    TODAY! Thursday 1/17:  vs. Graham Bears

    Boys Soccer:

    6th/7th: CMS Field, 3:45

    7th/8th: Graham Field, 3:45

    Girls Basketball:

    6th: Graham Gym, 3:45

    7th: Graham Gym, 5:00

    8th: Event Center, 3:45

    Clubs:

    Thursday

    Lunch

    Shogi Club

    8

       

    Anime Club

    35

       

    Musical Theater Club

    23

       

    Arting

    51

       

    Feminism Club

    29

       

    Rubik's Cube Club

    22

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

    Friday

    Lunch

    (No Clubs - Bear Pride Friday in the Quad)

     
       

    Dungeons and Dragons Club

    3

     

    After School

    League of Legends (once per month)

    22

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    Office


    Wednesday, January 16

    Safety Tips:  CMS Bears - Now that it’s second semester, we've been in school for half the school year! Have you been thinking about getting to school on your own...but just haven’t tried yet? You can start by walking or rolling with your parents or your friends...maybe even start on a weekend to familiarize yourself with the various routes to CMS. Give it a go!

    Electives:  If you would like to request an elective change, please come outside of the front office next Wednesday January 23 and Thursday January 24 during brunch to talk to Ms. Fratus and Ms. Vernazza. Elective changes will only be considered if the switch is during the period you have the elective or your PE period. Do NOT turn in your request to the front office…you must talk directly to Ms. Fratus or Ms. Vernazza to make your request. We will only be taking requests on Wednesday and Thursday during brunch. Please keep in mind that most elective classes are full, and most schedule changes will not be granted. Thank you!

    Incoming 9th Grade Information Meeting:  *January 30, 8:15-9:30 A.M.*

    Counseling representatives from Homestead and Fremont High Schools are presenting the high school transition information to students ONLY on January 30 from 8:15-9:30 a.m.  Topics will include course selection, elective choices, high school activity and more.  This is the only presentation of this nature and the one opportunity for students to hear and ask questions of the high school guidance department.  All 8th grade students are highly encouraged to attend. This is a WEDNESDAY morning.  8th grade students are expected to report to the Event Center by 8:15. The Homestead High presentation will be in the Event Center and the Fremont High presentation will be in the Bernardo Gym.

    NJHS: All eligible students must attend a lunch meeting on Jan. 18 in the Event Center in order to become familiar with NJHS expectations and the process of becoming inducted.

    Yosemite Chaperones are still needed!

    8th grade parents (and other parents, too!) are invited to join the trip as chaperones. This is a volunteer experience. You must be available to attend the whole trip. (March 10-15). You should expect to be outside all week despite the weather, and be physically able to hike up to 5-7 miles per day. We are happy to have as many parents on the trip as we are able to accommodate! Please complete this form: https://sites.google.com/cusdk8.org/cms-yosemite/chaperones

    Attention All 8th Graders going to Yosemite: Double-check your backpack for a Yosemite check. Turn it into the office.

    WEB Commissioners and Leaders: Please check the google classroom for most recent information about our meetings.

    Student IDs: There are several ‘misplaced’ Student ID cards in the office. Come and claim them asap! Replacement ID’s are $5 and can be purchased in the office.

    Fremont Union High School District: 2019-20 registration of incoming 9th graders- An official registration packet will be mailed to each 8th grade family by January 7th 2019.  The Residency Verification will take place in late January at each high school. For more FUHSD registration and residency verification information: http://www.fuhsd.org/departments/enrollment-and-residency

    The CMS class of 2019 needs your help with the promotion party! Parents of current and future 8th graders are invited to help with the 8th grade graduation party.  Please fill a short interest form HERE to let us know in which areas you would like to be involved. If you can make it, please join us for a kick-off meeting on Thursday January 31 at 8:30 am at the CMS office. Email woodell_jeanine@cusdk8.org with any questions.

    Congratulations!:  Aleena S. (7th) has won the first prize in a short story contest organized by the publisherlunespark.com, for the year 2017-2018. Speaking Up for Each Other has twenty-four award-winning short stories by talented young writers. The anthology of the best stories in the contest includes Aleena’s story. These stories are original, enjoyable, and contain a rich variety of themes and situations ranging from a helpless girl living in fear of her own family to a robot contemplating what's best for its employer. Speaking Up for Each Other is available on Amazon.

    Math Olympiads:  Round three of Math Olympiads will take place at lunch on Wednesday in room 31.  All students are welcome to participate.

    Science Olympiads: Science Olympiads Team Meeting.  Today, 3-4 room 24.

    Origami Club:  **Please note Origami Club will begin meeting on Wednesdays starting, TODAY, Jan. 16.  Meetings will remain on Wednesdays through the rest of the year.

    After School Sports:    *6/7th boys soccer practice cancelled today*

    Thursday 1/17:  vs. Graham Bears

    Boys Soccer:

    6th/7th: CMS Field, 3:45

    7th/8th: Graham Field, 3:45

    Girls Basketball:

    6th: Graham Gym, 3:45

    7th: Graham Gym, 5:00

    8th: Event Center, 3:45

    Clubs:

    Wednesday

    Lunch

    MathCounts / Math Olympiads

    31

       

    Origami Club

    30

       

    Magic, The Gathering Club

    29

       

    String Orchestra

    MU-2

       

    Swift Playgrounds

    22

       

    Fandom

    1

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    22

       

    Science Olympiads

    24

    Thursday

    Lunch

    Shogi Club

    8

       

    Anime Club

    35

       

    Musical Theater Club

    23

       

    Arting

    51

       

    Feminism Club

    29

       

    Rubik's Cube Club

    22

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

    Tuesday, January 15

    Hi CMS!   This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!

    Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations:

    Be Safe, Be Respectful, and Be Responsible.

    To show Bear Pride, your iPad is off and stays in your backpack when you are on campus - this means during brunch and lunch along with before and after school. The only place you can use the iPad is in designated spots in the library at brunch and lunch.

    CMS, let’s show our Bear Pride!

     

    Yosemite:  Event Center: Lunch 8th Grade Yosemite Lunch meeting #1.TODAY!, January 15, 2019 in the Event Center at the beginning of lunch. Please be on time and bring your lunch. Meeting will start promptly.  

    Yosemite Chaperones are still needed!  8th grade parents (and other parents, too!) are invited to join the trip as chaperones. This is a volunteer experience. You must be available to attend the whole trip. (March 10-15). You should expect to be outside all week despite the weather, and be physically able to hike up to 5-7 miles per day. We are happy to have as many parents on the trip as we are able to accommodate! Please complete this form:  https://sites.google.com/cusdk8.org/cms-yosemite/chaperones

    NJHS: All eligible students must attend a lunch meeting on Jan. 18 in the Event Center in order to become familiar with NJHS expectations and the process of becoming inducted.

    Attention All 8th Graders going to Yosemite: Double-check your backpack for a Yosemite check. Turn it into the office.

    WEB Commissioners and Leaders: Please check the google classroom for most recent information about our meetings.

    Student IDs: There are several ‘misplaced’ Student ID cards in the office. Come and claim them asap! Replacement ID’s are $5 and can be purchased in the office.

    Fremont Union High School District: 2019-20 registration of incoming 9th graders- An official registration packet will be mailed to each 8th grade family by January 7th 2019.  The Residency Verification will take place in late January at each high school. For more FUHSD registration and residency verification information: http://www.fuhsd.org/departments/enrollment-and-residency

    Cupertino-Toyokawa Sister Cities, Inc. - Student Delegation Program: Are you interested in becoming part of an exchange student delegation and travel to Japan?  Two chaperones and fourteen student delegates will be selected from current 7th and 8th grade CUSD students who attend the Information Meeting.  In the summer delegates will travel to Japan for approximately 10 days, live with Japanese host families, tour cultural sites and learn about Japanese life.  For more information: Sharon Fong, delegates.cupertinotoyokawa@gmail.com

    ~~ Information Meeting ~~

    Today, January 15, 2019, 7:00 p.m.

    Collins Elementary School-GLC

    10300 North Blaney Ave., Cupertino

    The CMS class of 2019 needs your help with the promotion party! Parents of current and future 8th graders are invited to help with the 8th grade graduation party.  Please fill a short interest form HERE to let us know in which areas you would like to be involved. If you can make it, please join us for a kick-off meeting on Thursday January 31 at 8:30 am at the CMS office. Email woodell_jeanine@cusdk8.org with any questions.

    Student Council Fundraiser:  Join us at Panda Express, 21000 Stevens Creek Blvd., TODAY! from 5:00-9:00.  20% of event sales will be donated to the CMS Student Council!  Panda Flyer HERE

    Congratulations!:  Aleena S. (7th) has won the first prize in a short story contest organized by the publisher, lunespark.com, for the year 2017-2018. Speaking Up for Each Other has twenty-four award-winning short stories by talented young writers. The anthology of the best stories in the contest includes Aleena’s story. These stories are original, enjoyable, and contain a rich variety of themes and situations ranging from a helpless girl living in fear of her own family to a robot contemplating what's best for its employer. Speaking Up for Each Other is available on Amazon.

    Save the Planet: Today at lunch, room 5.

    After School Sports:  

    TODAY! Tuesday 1/15:  vs. Columbia Bulldogs

    Boys Soccer:

    6th/7th: Columbia Field, 3:45

    7th/8th: CMS Field, 3:45

    Girls Basketball:

    6th: Event Center, 3:45

    7th: Event Center, 5:00

    8th: Columbia Gym, 3:45

    Clubs:

    Tuesday

    Lunch

    Metalshop / Mountain bike club

    57

       

    Origami Club

    30

       

    Table Tennis

    Event Center Stage

       

    Chess

    17

       

    Save the Planet

    5

       

    Garden Club

    Jay's Garden

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

       

    Mathcounts / Math Olympiads

    31

           

    Wednesday

    Lunch

    MathCounts / Math Olympiads

    31

       

    Magic, The Gathering Club

    29

       

    String Orchestra

    MU-2

       

    Swift Playgrounds

    22

       

    Fandom

    1

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    22

       

    Science Olympiads

    24


    Monday, January 14

    Hi CMS!   This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!

    Bear Pride means following the school-wide expectations:   Be Safe, Be Respectful, and Be Responsible.

    To show Bear Pride, your iPad is off and stays in your backpack when you are on campus - this means during brunch and lunch along with before and after school. The only place you can use the iPad is in designated spots in the library at brunch and lunch.

    CMS, let’s show our Bear Pride!

     

    Yosemite:  Event Center: Lunch

    8th Grade Yosemite Lunch meeting #1.  Tomorrow, January 15, 2019 in the Event Center at the beginning of lunch. Please be on time and bring your lunch. Meeting will start promptly.  

    Yosemite Chaperones are still needed!

    8th grade parents (and other parents, too!) are invited to join the trip as chaperones. This is a volunteer experience. You must be available to attend the whole trip. (March 10-15). You should expect to be outside all week despite the weather, and be physically able to hike up to 5-7 miles per day. We are happy to have as many parents on the trip as we are able to accommodate! Please complete this form:  https://sites.google.com/cusdk8.org/cms-yosemite/chaperones

    Attention All 8th Graders going to Yosemite: Double-check your backpack for a Yosemite check. Turn it into the office.

    WEB Commissioners and Leaders: Please check the google classroom for most recent information about our meetings.

    Student IDs: There are several ‘misplaced’ Student ID cards in the office. Come and claim them asap! Replacement ID’s are $5 and can be purchased in the office.

     

    Fremont Union High School District: 2019-20 registration of incoming 9th graders- An official registration packet will be mailed to each 8th grade family by January 7th 2019.  The Residency Verification will take place in late January at each high school.For more FUHSD registration and residency verification information:  http://www.fuhsd.org/departments/enrollment-and-residency

    Cupertino-Toyokawa Sister Cities, Inc. - Student Delegation Program: Are you interested in becoming part of an exchange student delegation and travel to Japan?  Two chaperones and fourteen student delegates will be selected from current 7th and 8th grade CUSD students who attend the Information Meeting.  In the summer delegates will travel to Japan for approximately 10 days, live with Japanese host families, tour cultural sites and learn about Japanese life.  For more information: Sharon Fong, delegates.cupertinotoyokawa@gmail.com

    ~~ Information Meeting ~~

    Tomorrow, January 15, 2019, 7:00 p.m.

    Collins Elementary School-GLC

    10300 North Blaney Ave., Cupertino

    The CMS class of 2019 needs your help with the promotion party!  Parents of current and future 8th graders are invited to help with the 8th grade graduation party.  Please fill a short interest form HERE to let us know in which areas you would like to be involved. If you can make it, please join us for a kick-off meeting on Thursday January 31 at 8:30 am at the CMS office. Email woodell_jeanine@cusdk8.org with any questions.

     

    Student Council Fundraiser:  Join us at Panda Express, 21000 Stevens Creek Blvd., TOMORROW from 5:00-9:00.  20% of event sales will be donated to the CMS Student Council!  Panda Flyer HERE

    Science Olympiads: Monday Team Meeting, 3-4, room 22.

    Advanced Strings: For strings players who have two or more years of playing experience. Lunch, MU2

    Nintendo Club: A place where students can talk about their favorite games/characters with fellow Nintendo enthusiasts. Room 38, Mondays at Lunch.

    Book Club: Join us for “book club”! Read, discuss books, and share recommendations. Every Monday at Lunch. Bring your lunches!  Room 1.

     

    After School Sports:  

    Tuesday 1/15:  vs. Columbia Bulldogs

    Boys Soccer:

    6th/7th: Columbia Field, 3:45

    7th/8th: CMS Field, 3:45

    Girls Basketball:

    6th: Event Center, 3:45

    7th: Event Center, 5:00

    8th: Columbia Gym, 3:45

    Clubs:

    Monday

    Lunch

    Students Partner with Veterans (every other week)

    21

       

    Classic New York Hip-Hop Club

    35

       

    Yu-Gi-Oh

    53

       

    Book Club

    1

       

    Advanced Strings

    MU2

       

    Dance Club

    25

       

    Nintendo Club

    38

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Science Olympiads

    22

       

    Speech and Debate

    2

       

    FBLA

    36 and 40

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    21

    Tuesday

    Lunch

    Metalshop / Mountain bike club

    57

       

    Origami Club

    30

       

    Table Tennis

    Event Center Stage

       

    Chess

    17

       

    Save the Planet

    5

       

    Garden Club

    Jay's Garden

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

       

    Mathcounts / Math Olympiads

    31


    Friday, January 11

    Hi CMS!   This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!

    Safety Tips:  CMS Bikers

    Be Safe: Wear your helmet. Check your bike for maintenance issues before you ride.  Make sure light reflectors are installed in the appropriate places.

    Be Respectful: Follow the rules of the road.

    Be Responsible: Wear bright, reflective clothing so you are more visible to drivers!

    Stay Safe, CMS!  Go Bears!

     Yosemite:  Event Center: Lunch  8th Grade Yosemite Lunch meeting #1. January 15, 2019 in the Event Center at the beginning of lunch. Please be on time and bring your lunch. Meeting will start promptly.  

    Yosemite Chaperones are still needed!  8th grade parents (and other parents, too!) are invited to join the trip as chaperones. This is a volunteer experience. You must be available to attend the whole trip. (March 10-15). You should expect to be outside all week despite the weather, and be physically able to hike up to 5-7 miles per day. We are happy to have as many parents on the trip as we are able to accommodate! Please complete this form:  https://sites.google.com/cusdk8.org/cms-yosemite/chaperones

    Attention All 8th Graders going to Yosemite: Double-check your backpack for a Yosemite check. Turn it into the office.

    WEB Commissioners and Leaders: Please check the google classroom for most recent information about our meetings.

    Student IDs: There are several ‘misplaced’ Student ID cards in the office. Come and claim them asap! Replacement ID’s are $5 and can be purchased in the office.

    Fremont Union High School District: 2019-20 registration of incoming 9th graders- An official registration packet will be mailed to each 8th grade family by January 7th 2019.  The Residency Verification will take place in late January at each high school. For more FUHSD registration and residency verification information:  http://www.fuhsd.org/departments/enrollment-and-residency

    Cupertino-Toyokawa Sister Cities, Inc. - Student Delegation Program: Are you interested in becoming part of an exchange student delegation and travel to Japan?  Two chaperones and fourteen student delegates will be selected from current 7th and 8th grade CUSD students who attend the Information Meeting.  In the summer delegates will travel to Japan for approximately 10 days, live with Japanese host families, tour cultural sites and learn about Japanese life.  For more information: Sharon Fong, delegates.cupertinotoyokawa@gmail.com

    ~~ Information Meeting ~~

    Tuesday, January 15, 2019, 7:00 p.m.

    Collins Elementary School-GLC

    10300 North Blaney Ave., Cupertino

    KSCPP Korean Spirit & Culture Promotion Project Contest:  To foster an understanding and appreciation of Korean history and culture, KSCPP is hosting its 12th national essay contest. Entrants are required to read King Sejong the Great.  Awards: 1st:$500; 2nd:$300 (2 winners); 3rd:$100 (3 winners); Honorable Mentions: $50 (Number at panel’s discretion).  Deadline: January 13, 2019.  Students interested should visit: kscppcontest@msn.com or www.kscpp.net   

    The CMS class of 2019 needs your help with the promotion party!  Parents of current and future 8th graders are invited to help with the 8th grade graduation party.  Please fill a short interest form HERE to let us know in which areas you would like to be involved. If you can make it, please join us for a kick-off meeting on Thursday January 31 at 8:30 am at the CMS office. Email woodell_jeanine@cusdk8.org with any questions.

    National Junior Honor Society: Thank you to all who applied to be part of CMS's National Junior Honor Society (NJHS). A list of students who have qualified and are eligible for NJHS has been posted on the window outside the office and also on the doors of Room 29 and Room 44. All eligible students must attend a lunch meeting on Jan. 18 in the Event Center in order to become familiar with NJHS expectations and the process of becoming inducted

    California All-State Honor Band:  The following CMS Students have been accepted into the CA All-State Honor Band. CUSD is sending 19 students, 7 of whom are from CMS!  The CA All-State Honor Bands and Orchestra will perform at 1pm on Sunday, February 17th at the William Saroyan Theatre in Fresno CA (FREE) as part of the CA All-State Music Education Conference.   This is a significant honor for our students!

    Junior High Symphonic Band:

    Bryson

    C.

    8

    Trumpet

    Ayaka

    F.

    8

    Alto Saxophone

    Sophie

    L.

    8

    Percussion

    Liana

    S.

    8

    Bb Bass Clarinet


    Junior High Concert Band:

    Harry

    G.

    8

    Trombone

    Milena

    S.

    8

    Bassoon

    Rohan

    V.

    7

    Euphonium


    Student Council Fundraiser:
     Join us at Panda Express, 21000 Stevens Creek Blvd., on 01/15/2019 from 5:00-9:00.  20% of event sales will be donated to the CMS Student Council!  Panda Flyer HERE

      

    After School Sports:  

    Tuesday 1/15:  vs. Columbia Bulldogs

    Boys Soccer:

    6th/7th: Columbia Field, 3:45

    7th/8th: CMS Field, 3:45

    Girls Basketball:

    6th: Event Center, 3:45

    7th: Event Center, 5:00

    8th: Columbia Gym, 3:45

    Clubs:

    Friday

    Lunch

    (No Clubs - Bear Pride Friday in the Quad)

     
       

    Dungeons and Dragons Club

    3

     

    After School

    League of Legends (once per month)

    22

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    Office

     

    Monday

    Lunch

    Students Partner with Veterans (every other week)

    21

       

    Classic New York Hip-Hop Club

    35

       

    Yu-Gi-Oh

    53

       

    Book Club

    1

       

    Advanced Strings

    MU2

       

    Dance Club

    25

       

    Nintendo Club

    38

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Science Olympiads

    22

       

    Speech and Debate

    2

       

    FBLA

    36 and 40

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    21


    Thursday, January 10

    Hi CMS!   This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!

    Safety Tips:  CMS Bikers

    Be Safe: Wear your helmet. Check your bike for maintenance issues before you ride.  Make sure light reflectors are installed in the appropriate places.

    Be Respectful: Follow the rules of the road.

    Be Responsible: Wear bright, reflective clothing so you are more visible to drivers!

    Stay Safe, CMS!  Go Bears!

     

    Yosemite:  Event Center: Lunch  8th Grade Yosemite Lunch meeting #1. January 15, 2019 in the Event Center at the beginning of lunch. Please be on time and bring your lunch. Meeting will start promptly.  

    Yosemite Chaperones are still needed! 8th grade parents (and other parents, too!) are invited to join the trip as chaperones. This is a volunteer experience. You must be available to attend the whole trip. (March 10-15). You should expect to be outside all week despite the weather, and be physically able to hike up to 5-7 miles per day. We are happy to have as many parents on the trip as we are able to accommodate! Please complete this form:  https://sites.google.com/cusdk8.org/cms-yosemite/chaperones

    Attention All 8th Graders going to Yosemite: Double-check your backpack for a Yosemite check. Turn it into the office.

    WEB Commissioners and Leaders: Please check the google classroom for most recent information about our meetings.

    Student IDs: There are several ‘misplaced’ Student ID cards in the office. Come and claim them asap! Replacement ID’s are $5 and can be purchased in the office.

     

    Fremont Union High School District: 2019-20 registration of incoming 9th graders- An official registration packet will be mailed to each 8th grade family by January 7th 2019.  The Residency Verification will take place in late January at each high school. For more FUHSD registration and residency verification information: http://www.fuhsd.org/departments/enrollment-and-residency

     

    Cupertino-Toyokawa Sister Cities, Inc. - Student Delegation Program: Are you interested in becoming part of an exchange student delegation and travel to Japan?  Two chaperones and fourteen student delegates will be selected from current 7th and 8th grade CUSD students who attend the Information Meeting.  In the summer delegates will travel to Japan for approximately 10 days, live with Japanese host families, tour cultural sites and learn about Japanese life.  For more information: Sharon Fong, delegates.cupertinotoyokawa@gmail.com

    ~~ Information Meeting ~~

    Tuesday, January 15, 2019, 7:00 p.m.

    Collins Elementary School-GLC

    10300 North Blaney Ave., Cupertino

    KSCPP Korean Spirit & Culture Promotion Project Contest:  To foster an understanding and appreciation of Korean history and culture, KSCPP is hosting its 12th national essay contest. Entrants are required to read King Sejong the Great.  Awards: 1st:$500; 2nd:$300 (2 winners); 3rd:$100 (3 winners); Honorable Mentions: $50 (Number at panel’s discretion).  Deadline: January 13, 2019.  Students interested should visit: kscppcontest@msn.com or www.kscpp.net   

    The CMS class of 2019 needs your help with the promotion party! Parents of current and future 8th graders are invited to help with the 8th grade graduation party.  Please fill a short interest form HERE to let us know in which areas you would like to be involved. If you can make it, please join us for a kick-off meeting on Thursday January 31 at 8:30 am at the CMS office. Email woodell_jeanine@cusdk8.org with any questions.

    National Junior Honor Society: Thank you to all who applied to be part of CMS's National Junior Honor Society (NJHS). A list of students who have qualified and are eligible for NJHS has been posted on the window outside the office and also on the doors of Room 29 and Room 44. All eligible students must attend a lunch meeting on Jan. 18 in the Event Center in order to become familiar with NJHS expectations and the process of becoming inducted.

    California All-State Honor Band:  The following CMS Students have been accepted into the CA All-State Honor Band. CUSD is sending 19 students, 7 of whom are from CMS!  The CA All-State Honor Bands and Orchestra will perform at 1pm on Sunday, February 17th at the William Saroyan Theatre in Fresno CA (FREE) as part of the CA All-State Music Education Conference.  

    This is a significant honor for our students!

    Junior High Symphonic Band:

    Bryson

    C.

    8

    Trumpet

    Ayaka

    F.

    8

    Alto Saxophone

    Sophie

    L.

    8

    Percussion

    Liana

    S.

    8

    Bb Bass Clarinet

     

    Junior High Concert Band:

    Harry

    G.

    8

    Trombone

    Milena

    S.

    8

    Bassoon

    Rohan

    V.

    7

    Euphonium


    Student Council Fundraiser:  Join us at Panda Express, 21000 Stevens Creek Blvd., on 01/15/2019 from 5:00-9:00.  20% of event sales will be donated to the CMS Student Council!  Panda Flyer HERE

    After School Sports:  

    Thursday, 1/10  vs. Sunnyvale Spartans

    Boys Soccer:

    6th/7th: CMS Field, 3:45

    7th/8th: Sunnyvale Field, 3:45

    Girls Basketball:

    6th: Sunnyvale Gym, 3:45

    7th: Sunnyvale Gym, 5:00

    8th: Event Center, 3:45

    Clubs:

    Thursday

    Lunch

    Shogi Club

    8

       

    Anime Club

    35

       

    Musical Theater Club

    23

       

    Arting

    51

       

    Feminism Club

    29

       

    Rubik's Cube Club

    22

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51

    Friday

    Lunch

    (No Clubs - Bear Pride Friday in the Quad)

     
       

    Dungeons and Dragons Club

    3

     

    After School

    League of Legends (once per month)

    22

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    Office



    Wednesday, January 9

    Hi CMS!   This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!

    Safety Tips:  CMS Bikers

    Be Safe: Wear your helmet. Check your bike for maintenance issues before you ride.  Make sure light reflectors are installed in the appropriate places.

    Be Respectful: Follow the rules of the road.

    Be Responsible: Wear bright, reflective clothing so you are more visible to drivers!

    Stay Safe, CMS!  Go Bears!

     

    Yosemite Chaperones are still needed!

    8th grade parents (and other parents, too!) are invited to join the trip as chaperones. This is a volunteer experience. You must be available to attend the whole trip. (March 10-15). You should expect to be outside all week despite the weather, and be physically able to hike up to 5-7 miles per day. We are happy to have as many parents on the trip as we are able to accommodate! Please complete this form: https://sites.google.com/cusdk8.org/cms-yosemite/chaperones

    Attention All 8th Graders going to Yosemite: Double-check your backpack for a Yosemite check. Turn it into the office.

    WEB Commissioners and Leaders: Please check the google classroom for most recent information about our meetings.

    Student IDs: There are several ‘misplaced’ Student ID cards in the office. Come and claim them asap! Replacement ID’s are $5 and can be purchased in the office.

     

    Fremont Union High School District: 2019-20 registration of incoming 9th graders- An official registration packet will be mailed to each 8th grade family by January 7th 2019.  The Residency Verification will take place in late January at each high school.

    For more FUHSD registration and residency verification information:  http://www.fuhsd.org/departments/enrollment-and-residency

     

    Cupertino-Toyokawa Sister Cities, Inc. - Student Delegation Program:  Are you interested in becoming part of an exchange student delegation and travel to Japan?  Two chaperones and fourteen student delegates will be selected from current 7th and 8th grade CUSD students who attend the Information Meeting.  In the summer delegates will travel to Japan for approximately 10 days, live with Japanese host families, tour cultural sites and learn about Japanese life.  For more information: Sharon Fong, delegates.cupertinotoyokawa@gmail.com

    ~~ Information Meeting ~~

    Tuesday, January 15, 2019, 7:00 p.m.

    Collins Elementary School-GLC

    10300 North Blaney Ave., Cupertino

    KSCPP Korean Spirit & Culture Promotion Project Contest:  To foster an understanding and appreciation of Korean history and culture, KSCPP is hosting its 12th national essay contest. Entrants are required to read King Sejong the Great.  Awards: 1st:$500; 2nd:$300 (2 winners); 3rd:$100 (3 winners); Honorable Mentions: $50 (Number at panel’s discretion).  Deadline: January 13, 2019.  Students interested should visit: kscppcontest@msn.com or www.kscpp.net   

    The CMS class of 2019 needs your help with the promotion party! Parents of current and future 8th graders are invited to help with the 8th grade graduation party.  Please fill a short interest form HERE to let us know in which areas you would like to be involved. If you can make it, please join us for a kick-off meeting on Thursday January 31 at 8:30 am at the CMS office. Email woodell_jeanine@cusdk8.org with any questions.

    National Junior Honor Society: Thank you to all who applied to be part of CMS's National Junior Honor Society (NJHS). A list of students who have qualified and are eligible for NJHS has been posted on the window outside the office and also on the doors of Room 29 and Room 44. All eligible students must attend a lunch meeting on Jan. 18 in the Event Center in order to become familiar with NJHS expectations and the process of becoming inducted.

    California All-State Honor Band:  The following CMS Students have been accepted into the CA All-State Honor Band. CUSD is sending 19 students, 7 of whom are from CMS!  The CA All-State Honor Bands and Orchestra will perform at 1pm on Sunday, February 17th at the William Saroyan Theatre in Fresno CA (FREE) as part of the CA All-State Music Education Conference.  

    This is a significant honor for our students!

    Junior High Symphonic Band:

    Bryson

    C.

    8

    Trumpet

    Ayaka

    F.

    8

    Alto Saxophone

    Sophie

    L.

    8

    Percussion

    Liana

    S.

    8

    Bb Bass Clarinet


    Junior High Concert Band:

    Harry

    G.

    8

    Trombone

    Milena

    S.

    8

    Bassoon

    Rohan

    V.

    7

    Euphonium


    Student Council Fundraiser:
     Join us at Panda Express, 21000 Stevens Creek Blvd., on 01/15/2019 from 5:00-9:00.  20% of event sales will be donated to the CMS Student Council!    Panda Flyer HERE

    Science Olympiads: Science Olympiads Team Meeting.  Today, 3-4 room 24.

    Continental Math League:  All students are welcome to participate in the third round of the Continental Math League competition today at lunch in room 31. 

    After School Sports:  

    Thursday, 1/10  vs. Sunnyvale Spartans

    Boys Soccer:

    6th/7th: CMS Field, 3:45

    7th/8th: Sunnyvale Field, 3:45

    Girls Basketball:

    6th: Sunnyvale Gym, 3:45

    7th: Sunnyvale Gym, 5:00

    8th: Event Center, 3:45

    Clubs:

    Wednesday

    Lunch

    MathCounts / Math Olympiads

    31

       

    Magic, The Gathering Club

    29

       

    String Orchestra

    MU-2

       

    Swift Playgrounds

    22

       

    Fandom

    1

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    22

       

    Science Olympiads

    24

    Thursday

    Lunch

    Shogi Club

    8

       

    Anime Club

    35

       

    Musical Theater Club

    23

       

    Arting

    51

       

    Feminism Club

    29

       

    Rubik's Cube Club

    22

     

    After School

    Homework Center (3:00-4:00)

    Library

       

    Bear Pride Reflection

    51


    Tuesday, January 8

    Hi CMS!   This is your Bear Pride Reminder of the Day!

    Safety Tips:  CMS Bikers

    Be Safe: Wear your helmet. Check your bike for maintenance issues before you ride.  Make sure light reflectors are installed in the appropriate places.

    Be Respectful: Follow the rules of the road.

    Be Responsible: Wear bright, reflective clothing so you are more visible to drivers!

    Stay Safe, CMS!  Go Bears!

     

    Yosemite Chaperones are still needed!

    8th grade parents (and other parents, too!) are invited to join the trip as chaperones.