CLMS Family Update

May 13, 2022

From CLMS Principal, Mr. Eric Pettit

Good Afternoon CLMS Families!


What a time to be a Pirate! Our students continue to shine both inside and outside of the classroom. The Ohio Department of Education is starting to release results from our recent state testing and I am one proud principal! Our teachers and students worked hard throughout the year and the benefits of their labor is evident. CLMS saw growth in almost every grade level in the areas of Math and Science. We are anxiously awaiting the English results which will be made available in June. Families will receive a detailed report on how your student(s) performed closer to the start of next school year. In the meantime, we will use this preliminary data to help celebrate our success and also identify areas where we have the opportunity for growth.


Additionally, our 2022 Track season concluded at the KMAC Championship this past Saturday. CLMS had several student-athletes finish on the podium. This update includes photos from our team participating in the Highland Relays. Please review the rest of our newsletter and do not hesitate to contact the CLMS office with any questions.


As always, Go Pirates!


Eric Pettit

Principal, Cardington-Lincoln Middle School

eric.pettit@cardington.k12.oh.us

(419) 864-0609

2022/23 7th & 8th Grade Middle School Cheer

See the information below for the upcoming cheer season. Any questions can be directed to Coach Tracy Williamson, tracy.williamson@cardington.k12.oh.us.
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2-Hour Late Start Wednesday, 5/18

This coming Wednesday, May 18th is the final late start of the school year for teacher professional development. Doors will open at 10:20am and breakfast will be available.

Safety Drills

The state of Ohio requires that school districts conduct several safety drills throughout the school year, including fire, tornado, and intruder drills. On Tuesday, May 17th, we will conduct a mock intruder drill. Students will listen to their teacher to determine if evacuation is appropriate or if they will shelter in place. Again, this is only a drill. During this time, parents/visitors will not be permitted into the building until the conclusion of the safety drill. It will start at approximately 9:30am and should conclude before 10:00am.

Band Concert

Students in grades 5-8 who participate in band will host a Spring Concert on Tuesday, May 17th at 7pm! Families of band students should receive information from Mr. Neff or Mr. Brehm. We hope to see the Cardington community there!

2022 CLMS Summer School Update

CLMS will not be providing summer school opportunities at this time. Families looking for additional learning opportunities for their students over the summer are encouraged to contact the CLMS office to determine what resources there are nearby!

7th/8th Grade Farewell Dance

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CLMS Track at the Highland Relays! We were a little, well, camera shy!

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