CLMS Family Update

October 14, 2022

From CLMS Principal, Mr. Eric Pettit

Good Afternoon CLMS Families!

It is hard to believe that we only have three weeks left in the 1st nine weeks. Students were encouraged today to check on PowerSchool to see where they stand in their classes. They still have time to complete any missing assignments!

Similar to last year, CLMS will not be sending out paper copies of Interim Reports/Report Cards. Information for Interim Reports can be found under the "Grades" section of PowerSchool. When we reach the end of the quarter, further instructions will be sent in an email to detail how to access quarter grades. Should families need the information to log in to PowerSchool, please contact the middle school office!

Next week, families will receive a survey regarding students walking and/or biking to school. Your responses will help us identify issues and develop strategies for making walking and bicycling to school safer. We will use the analysis in a report to apply for funding from the Ohio Department of Transportation’s Safe Routes to School program. Thank you in advance for completing this survey next week!

I hope you all have a wonderful weekend and please do not hesitate to contact the middle school office with any questions!

As always, Go Pirates!

Eric Pettit

Principal, Cardington-Lincoln Middle School

(419) 864-0609

CLMS State Report Card- Progress

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Up next on our building report card is "Progress." This measurers the academic performance of students compared to expected growth on Ohio's State Tests. The state will look at the last three years of data (when possible) to determine where they would expect students to perform. Then, once the state tests are completed, the actual results are compared to the predicted results to determine the progress of a grade/subject. In the chart above, red indicates that student performed below the state expectations, green indicates that students performed as the state would expect, and blue shows that the students performed better than the expectations. While we are happy that students are performing as expected in almost every area, we know that there is still work to be done. Teachers continue to review various data points, including classroom and NWEA assessments to determine what students are ready to learn.

2-Hour Late Start Wednesday, October 19th

We will have our second 2-hour early late start on Wednesday, October 19th for teacher professional development. Doors will open for students at 10:15am.
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Winter Sports Update- 5th/6th Grade Basketball

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Winter Sports Update- 7th/8th Grade Basketball

7th/8th Grade Boys Basketball- Students will meet with Coach Rice on Monday, October 16th during their lunch. More information should come home then.

7th Grade Students in Mrs. Kill's Science Class Collecting Data for an Experiment!

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