Code of Ethics Winners this week are:
6th grade: Levi Kotch
7th grade: Zan Hatch
8th grade: Kenzie Faith
Bus Change: Bus 15 is Bus 44 until further notice.
Bus 13 will be bus 45 until further notice
BUS 54 will be BUS 18 permanently
BUS 46 will be BUS 51 permanently
Bus 56 will be Bus 48 until further notice
Bus 14 is Bus 49 for the rest of the year
Important reminders for all Band students participating in the Memorial Day Parade:
1. Be here no later than 8:00 Monday morning to load the buses that will take us to the parade staging area in Topsham!
2. You should bring only what you need for marching! No cases please.
3. If you don’t have your marching band shirt yet, see Miss Anderson ASAP!
4. If you need a lyre for your music, see Miss Anderson ASAP!
5. Today’s marching practice is periods 7 & 8. All band students marching in the parade on Monday should attend this practice.
Excessive social media use as a child may lead to a higher risk of poor mental health, a recent report by the U.S. Surgeon General has found. The US Surgeon General also noted:
--Social media can perpetuate feelings of body dissatisfaction, especially among adolescent girls.
--Social media may be overstimulating the brain in ways comparable to addiction.
--Excessive use of social media has been associated with problems sleeping and difficulty paying attention.
--This is a reminder that all student library books are due back next Wednesday, May 31st. --
Please check carefully for any books that are overdue, as students will be billed for those that are not returned.
Year-End Summer Sale at the Dragon Swag Store!
There is a 2-week summer sale to close out the school year! The store will feature 25% savings sitewide, including exciting new product lines!
Dates: May 22nd thru June 5th
25% off all merchandise
Free shipping on orders over $60
No discount code is needed
Store Link: https://1stplace.sale/44979
All Hats on Sale This Week at the Dragon Swag Store!
25% off all hats this week. This includes trucker hats, dad hats and bucket hats. These will make great Father's Day gifts! Your new hats ad is below. A direct link to the hats is https://1stplacespiritwear.com...
For her community outreach project, Anna Klingle(Grade 8) is holding a Fund Drive for The Gathering Place. The Gathering Place is a homeless/poverty shelter. The needed funds include: ground coffee(regular or decaf), sugar, powdered drink mixes (iced tea and fruit punch), smooth peanut butter, coffee mugs, paper plates, paper cups, and napkins. Please put these needed donations in the labeled box on the Junior High cafeteria stage. Thank you so much! Fundraiser ends May 31.
Chess Club has ended for the year.
REMINDER: Water only is allowed during school hours! This includes lunch period ! No energy drinks, coffee, soda, etc.
SPORTS: PRACTICE SCHEDULE FOR TODAY:
EVERYONE SHOULD GO HOME WHO HAS PRACTICE At 4PM OR LATER!
8th Baseball- NO practice
7th Baseball- NO practice
7/8 Softball Practice
Boys LAX- Practice. 5-6:30
Girls LAX- 4-530 Volunteer Practice at Crimmins
Introduction to Volleyball for ages 10-17
July 31 – August 2, 2023 • 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM • Ages 10 – 17
Led by CMCC Volleyball Coach Kyle Chapman
Are you new to the sport of volleyball? Do you want to tryout this year for your school’s team? Don’t miss this opportunity to learn the introductory skills from the CMCC coaching staff! They will focus on teaching the skills and drills of volleyball with an emphasis on the fundamentals. Each session will focus on the athlete gaining skills and truly enjoying the game. Athletes will learn in a fun learning environment where positive reinforcement is the teaching tool. All athletes from 5th grade up through high school are welcome to come and learn.
Lunch will be provided by the CMCC Dining Commons. Each participant will receive a new 2023 CMCC Summer Program t-shirt. This program is limited to 24 participants.
HS Elite Girls Volleyball
August 6 – 9, 2023 • HS Freshmen – Seniors
Led by CMCC Volleyball Coach Kyle Chapman
This overnight camp is designed for high school athletes looking to take their game to the next level. Athletes will get a taste of college and stay overnight in the dorms. Practices will be fast paced and focus on advanced strategy and competitive, game-like play. Nightly activities will consist of learning about the college recruiting process and building relationships with the other athletes.
Meals will be provided by the CMCC Dining Commons. Each participant will receive a 2023 CMCC Summer Program t-shirt. This program is limited to 24 participants.
LATE BUS INFORMATION: It will leave the Junior High at 4:10 on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday. If you will be taking the late bus or sports, clubs, or after school help with a teacher, you MUST get a blue bus pass from the Main Office. Please come to the Main office in the morning before lunch if you are going to be riding the late bus! Thank you!
This is a message from the library. All library books are due back by Wednesday, May 31st. Currently we have hundreds of books that are overdue. Please check your due date and if your book is overdue, please return it, or renew it.