CIS Weekly Update
#10: October 25-29
This Friday will be our character dress up/costume day. We encourage students to participate but there are some restrictions (see below) regarding the costumes. Students will also need to wear their costumes for the duration of the school day. We look forward to seeing the many creative costumes!
Election Day is coming up on Tuesday, November 2. Information regarding the community levy for the schools can be found here. We encourage everyone to get out and vote.
Veterans Day is coming up in a couple of weeks. Unfortunately we won't have guests in our building for the celebration. However, we will be sharing links with our families so they can view the choir, band and other veterans day activities. We will send them out on Thursday, November 11.
Have a FANTASTIC week!!
Brandon Cobb, Principal
PTO Holiday Fundraiser - IT'S NOT TOO LATE!
**WE ARE STILL ACCEPTING ORDERS**
Order Packets with checks/cash are due NO LATER THAN WEDNESDAY, OCT 27TH.
Online Store CLOSES THURSDAY, OCT 28TH.
Fundraiser Information:PTO has partnered with Foertmeyer & Sons Greenhouse to help us raise our funds this year. Yes, this is the same company that the elementary schools use for those amazing mums! Our goal is to raise $7,500 that will be used towards Teacher Appreciation & Teacher Request Items!
Information has been sent home with students, which includes an information sheet, catalog and envelope with their name on it. If you have any questions, please reach out to PTO via Facebook @CIS PTO GROUP or email at email@example.com.
Start Date: Friday, October 15th
How to Order: You can order online at www.fundraiseit.org OR turn in the packet provided with cash/checks included on order form. *All checks should be made payable to CIS PTO.
Due Date: Packets - Monday, October 25th, packets with cash/checks turned in to teachers.
Online - Thursday, October 28th, online store closes for credit card orders.
Tentative Pick-Up Date: Saturday, December 4th 11:00am - 1:00pm
Here is a link to the catalog and directions for ordering online are on the back.
rmd.me/Ve9DpdLBbsR. Thanks for your support!
VETERANS DAY SLIDESHOW
TITLE I PARENT SURVEY
CIS is a school-wide Title I building. Therefore, Title I services will be supporting interventions primarily for RtI students in 5th or 6th grade. If you are unfamiliar with your child’s RtI intervention plan, please contact us for details.
The Title I schedule will be very flexible and students will be moving in and out of Title I services, depending on personal growth and/or scheduling. If your child continues on an RtI goal, be assured that interventions will be given for that goal either by your child’s teaching team, Title I or a combination of both. We are all working together to help your child succeed!
Please be aware that your child will be pulled during I/E (Intervention/Enrichment) for Title I, which is non-instructional time (unless you have been informed otherwise). The Title I tutoring is in addition to the regular classroom instruction and support.
Please let us know if you have any questions, comments or concerns. Our email addresses are listed below or you can call us at CIS: 330-335-1480.
We would appreciate it if you could complete the following Google form, within the next week, as it will help us in getting to know your child. It can be accessed at: https://forms.gle/CexHjxw9ifTD7Gfi7. If you prefer a paper copy of this form, please email us and we will send it home with your child. If your child is working with more than one Title I teacher, you do not need to complete the form twice.
Mrs. Freund - firstname.lastname@example.org
Miss Unaitis - email@example.com
Character Dress Up/ Costume Day- Friday, October 29
We ask that students not wear masks, bring accessories, wear an inflatable costume or use face paint for the costume day. Students who have questions about their costume should check with their teacher.
We hope this brings some joy on Friday, October 29 and look forward to seeing our students in their costumes!
SEPTEMBER STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
Board Student of the Month
Wolf/Brooks/Bever/Leonard: William McCartney
Adams/Niemczura/Ockunzzi: Hadley Dietz, Braydon Haigh, and Liam Orr
Heideman/Wolf/Henthorn: Tori Indermuhle and Arianna Piboontum
Kirven/Shenker: Andrew Moser and Addison Villilo
Snyder/Gill/Weber: Tenley Mendel, Adrianna Spithas, and Leah Wright
Arbogast/Sheehan/Mueller: Jude Cole, Carson Glass, and Sadie
Storm/Witmer/Schmitt/Cooper: Bryson Herrick
Doepker/Stoner: Ronan Bock
Martin/Back/Marando: Greer Johnston, Mackenzie Mcfarland, and Addisyn
Conley/Fairhurst: Caleb Damon
Dress For The Weather
The Ohio School Safety Center (OSSC) has learned of a new October social media challenge that impacts Ohio schools and, specifically, staff and educators. Some TikTok users have devised a monthly list that includes various pranks or “challenges” to take place at school. For example, in recent weeks, there have been incidents of school vandalism as part of the "devious lick" challenge. The challenge encourages students to slap a teacher or staff member and run before being caught committing the assault. The incident must be also be filmed or the challenge does not “count.”
Unfortunately there are TikTok challenges for other months. I've attached a picture of a list of other possible TikTok challenges. If these challenges make their way into our school then we will be forced to hold students accountable for their actions that break our school code of conduct. Please talk to your child(ren) if you feel it is necessary. THANK YOU!
COVID-19 & ILLNESS AT CIS
Effective October 1, the following change will be made to the quarantine guidelines followed by schools in Medina County (the rest of the flow chart remains unchanged):
If a student meets the criteria of a close contact from exposure in a school setting and the student is not fully vaccinated or was not wearing a face covering during the period of exposure, the student will be permitted to stay in school if the student wears a face covering during the quarantine period (provided the student continues to be symptom free). This change only impacts the ability of a student to attend school, it does not apply to extracurricular activities or other situations that are not school-related.
Wednesday, October 27 - Chess Club, 3:30-4:00pm
Thursday, October 28 - Defined, 3:30-4:30pm
Friday, October 29 - Character/Costume Dress Up Day
Wednesday, November 3 - Chess Club, 3:30-4:00pm
Thursday, November 4 - NO SCHOOL, Parent/Teacher Conference Day
Wednesday, November 10 - Chess Club, 3:30-4:00pm
Wednesday, November 10 - Pizza and Pages, 3:30-4:15pm
Thursday, November 11 - Defined, 3:30-4:300m
Friday, November 12 - NO SCHOOL, Professional Development Day
Wednesday, November 17 - Chess Club, 3:30-4:00pm
Thursday, November 18 - Defined, 3:30-4:30pm
November 25-29 - Thanksgiving Break, NO SCHOOL