October 9 - October 15
CMS Parent Outreach Program
Dress up Days
- Monday: Sports Day
- Tuesday: Twin Day
- Wednesday: PJ Day (must wear actual shoes and appropriate clothes)
- Thursday: Disney/ Pixar Day
- Friday: Blue and white day
On Friday we will have athlete vs coaches football and volleyball games, pep-rally, and championship flag-football game before the students are released at 12:00 p.m.
A sack lunch with a PBJ, sun chips, fruit, vegetable, and milk will be available for students.
Students are encouraged to watch the parade with their families at 1pm and the game at MCHS Football game at 7pm.
Friday, Oct. 28th, 6pm
915 Yampa Avenue
Dear CMS Parent/Guardian:
I wanted to inform you about some changes we made in FOCUS this 2016-17 school year. FOCUS is a 29-minute class that is included in the lunch/recess rotations. We have added some resources to give this class more structure and give our students resources to be more successful. Below is an outline of what each week looks like. There is some fluidity in the days as some of the lessons take more then one day to complete.
“Word of the Week (WOW).” Students learn about a new character trait each week. They are asked questions which promote great classroom discussions. The Craig Daily Press publishes this word in the paper on Monday.
“R” Rules is a curriculum for teens to help them identify and build resources. It helps students organize, manage their responsibilities, create academic and career goals and gain skills to become leaders and good citizens in the community. The United Way help fund this project for our students.
Common Sense Media is a curriculum to learn about internet safety and how to navigate safely in cyberspace.
Every Wednesday grade level teams will reviewing tardies, grades and behavior reports that run Wednesday to Wednesday. Based off of the data students will be broken into 3 groups for Friday’s “FOCUS time”
Student Time: for student who have had no behavior incidents, no repetitive tardiness and are passing all their classes. They may choose to join a pre-planned activity or they may choose to have some time to themselves.
Study Hall: for students who are missing assignments, have failing or very low grades in classes or would just like to get schoolwork done.
School Service: for students who have had a behavior referral that week. These students will either participate in an on-grounds community/school service or study hall.
Later this year, students will also work on their ICAP folders (Individual Career and Academic Plan). These are activities that help students explore career options for their future. This is also a state mandated program.
If you have any questions, please contact Lara Sigmon at 970-826-6362 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Lara SigmonCMS School Counselor
Blue Pass Building Rules
- The office will not call any student to the office until the parent, guardian, or emergency contact is in the office. We do this to ensure every child is receiving the most class time as possible.
- To take a student out of the building on a blue pass, you must have your ID with you.
- The only people allowed to take a student on a blue pass are the ones listed on infinite campus. NO EXCEPTIONS
- If a student goes home ill with out the nurses approval, the absence will be unexcused.
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