CGIS Friday Flight Plan

January 14, 2022


  • Monday, January 17th - No School - Martin Luther King Day


  • Thursday, January 20th - Ace of Shakes - Round 1- All Liaisons will participate in the first round of the event with the CGIS Teachers in Town Square starting at 2:45 pm


  • Friday, January 21st - 7th Grade Medieval Fair in Town Square and the Adventure Club Room during SSL class time


All CGIS events can be accessed via our school website!

https://cgis.maryville-schools.org/

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Grade Cards - 4 Ways Parents Can Access


  • Check your email - You received an email from Coulter Grove Intermediate School <noreply@maryville-schools.org> with your student's grade card as an attachment. Click on the link at the bottom of the email. On a phone, it should just be open. On a computer, it should just download as a file in the bottom left corner. If you do not see this email, please check your CLUTTER and make sure the address above is not blocked or on your JUNK MAIL list. If you have multiple students at CGIS, sometimes the first grade card email goes through and the second email is marked as CLUTTER by your email system.


  • Ask your student to check his/her email on their laptop. Students received an email with their grade card as an attachment. Students access their email by going through Google Chrome, logging into ClassLink, and clicking on Outlook-Email.


  • Login to your parent PowerSchool account on a computer. Your student's Q2 Report Card is saved with in PowerSchool and can be viewed using the account you created for yourself. Go to https://ps.maryvillecityschools.k12.tn.us/public and login. Click on Student Reports on the left menu bar and click on the Archived Report called 2021_Grade Q2 Report Cards.


  • Ask your student to login to PowerSchool on their laptop. Students can also access their grade card through their PowerSchool login. Students access their email by going through Google Chrome, logging into ClassLink, and clicking on PowerSchool- Students. Click on Student Reports on the left menu bar and click on the Archived Report called 2021_Grade Q2 Report Cards.
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Rising 8th Graders and Parent/Guardians of Rising 8th Grade Students, important dates and information regarding registration for classes for the upcoming 2022-23 school year are enclosed in the attached document. Please take the time to read through all the important dates to help your student to have a successful transition from CGIS to MJHS.

Intramural Information for 2022

We are excited for the second half of our Intramural Sports/Activities program which will take place at CGIS after school. This is a great way for students to be active in a variety of different activities. Students may sign up for any activities they wish. Please print off the Intramural permission slip, fill out the form, and return it to either Coach Dunkel or Coach Tallent.


Remember, in order to participate in this program, the permission form must be signed and completed.

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Gift Card Donations


In February, every teacher and support personnel in all seven Maryville schools will participate in Spotlight - our annual retreat intended to inspire, rejuvenate, and honor our colleagues for their hard work and dedication. Traditionally, gift cards are collected from parents and the community and used as prizes or gifts during the event.


If you are in a position to purchase (or re-gift) gift cards for this occasion, we would greatly appreciate it. Please drop off the cards in our CGIS school office throughout the month of January.

Thank you!

The Leadworthy Character Trait for January is Respect!

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Respect- It's the R in our SOAR!

What is Respect?


Respect is the willingness and ability to act professionally and thoughtfully with ourselves and others. Leaders can deal respectfully with opposition and provide space for both dignity and differences to coexist.


Why focus on Respect?


  • Respect contributes to a positive culture. People feel safe, supported, and engaged in the context of thoughtful social, emotional, civic, and intellectual interactions.
  • Respect decreases conflict. Respect helps us, and others, to be able to express ourselves without fear of being judged, humiliated, or discriminated against.
  • Respect encourages empathy. Respect helps us to understand each other and put ourselves in someone else's shoes.



Respect in Action:


  • Teach students that words have power. How we talk to others, and ourselves, can motivate or discourage, connect or destroy, hurt or heal. We should choose our words with care.
  • Create opportunities for group decision-making. Open dialogue engages students in a process where compromise is crucial to making decisions.
  • Vary protocols for classroom sharing. Frequently use open-ended questions, partner sharing, and small group activities to connect and promote understanding between students.
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Clayton's Corner (Officer Hall)

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