CMS WEEKLY UPDATE
April 9th 2021
SPIRIT WEEK APRIL 12TH TO 15TH
COLONY MIDDLE SCHOOL IS PROUD TO PRESENT
This performance will be VOD streamed on April 16th at 7 pm to your home computer.
Show tickets are $6.00 each (includes service fee)
Go to colonyms.booktix.com to purchase tickets. Ticket sales will be running from April 1st to April 16th (till 6:30 pm).
For more information or to purchase tickets: contact Tobias Lambert at 907-761-1517 or email@example.com
Please call the CMS office at 761-1500 to get your copy.
Stakeholder Meeting for ESEA
A Stakeholder Meeting for the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) will be held on April 28, 2021 from 9:30-10:30 a.m. via Zoom. All parents and stakeholders are invited to attend. This meeting will be an overview of how federal funding is currently used and there will be an opportunity for stakeholders to provide input on the use of federal funds in the 2021-2022 school year. For those who can’t attend, the meeting will be recorded and posted on the Federal Programs home page. To join the Zoom Meeting, click the following link.
Meeting ID: 840 1947 5159
For questions, contact Amy Iverson at 746-8253.
2021 GIRLS WHO CODE SUMMER CAMP
2021 Girls Who Code Summer Camp (FREE)
Purpose: To introduce girls (5th-10th grades) to the world of coding/computer programming so that they choose to take coding classes during the regular school year and possibly pursue careers in the computer science field.
Who: Mat-Su girls, grades 5th-10th, who want to learn computer programming, community service, and leadership skills. Hosted by your friendly neighborhood computer science teachers.
Dates: June 1-4, 9 am to 3 pm
Model: In Person at MSBSD Office in Palmer
Online Learning Platform: Girls Who Code Headquarters
Enrollment: 60 girls
COVID Call Line
The COVID Call Center, hosted by Connect Mat-Su, is a volunteer information line for any questions regarding COVID. The call line will be staffed Monday-Friday from 4-7PM. The phone number for the call line is 907-373-2628; press 2 for COVID-related questions.
Report Card to the Public
Recently the Alaska Department of Education & Early Development (DEED) released the 2019-2020 Report Cards to the Public for each school district and school in Alaska. This user-friendly website aims to provide families with clear, common information about all public schools and districts in our State. These report cards to the public contain data and information about academics, school environment, teacher quality, and more.
To view a 2019-2020 school or district Report Card to the Public, go to education.alaska.gov/reportcardtothepublic. Once there, you will be able to select which school or district report card you wish to view.