CFMS 20/20 Vision: Linking for Success

Friday, August 23, 2019

Hello Everyone!

Here are the latest items happening in the middle school and a few of our upcoming events.

Students Need To Sign Up For The CFMS Google Classroom

Students, don't forget to sign up for the new CFMS Google Classroom. Here you can find bell schedules, announcements, and other information that applies to the middle school. Start by logging into your school Google Account, go to Classroom, and use the class code to add the class. The class code is ft72gOk.

About Us...

CFMS provides education to students in the 6th, 7th, and the 8th grade. Approximately 420 students are enrolled in the middle school. The middle school and high school are attached and share many resources such as the cafeteria, library/media center, auditorium, and various classrooms.
Big picture
Big picture

Picture Day is this coming Friday!

You can pre order pictures online through Lifetouch using the following school code: EVTFVWGT6

Pop Tabs for the Ronald McDonald House

Mrs. Vaughn, the Personal Finance Classes, and the High School Tech Team are bringing back the collection of pop tabs (or any aluminum tabs) to benefit the Ronald McDonald House. If you have any of these tabs, please send them to school. There is a collection container in the high school and middle school offices as well as in Mrs. Vaughn’s room 202. We collected a bunch last year and hope to exceed that this year.

The Ronald McDonald House is a place where families that have sick children can stay for free. It’s very close to the hospital. The pop tab project helps fund the “free family stays.” To read more about this worthy project, visit:


Tami Vaughn

Middle School FFA Club-Mrs. Kline

Clear Fork FFA has 4 advisors and 105 active members. At the high school level there are many contests (Career Development Events) students can attend where they apply their classroom knowledge, conferences focused on leadership and teamwork, as well as conventions that focus on building their connections with the agricultural industry. By exposing middle school students to FFA, we hope to further build our chapter and promote more opportunities for students to have personal growth.

A Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) is a project that expands knowledge on an agricultural topic, promoting growth and career-readiness. Middle school students will not be required to have a project/ SAE but are encouraged to begin online record keeping for existing projects.

Membership is OPTIONAL and will cost $20: This will include a t-shirt, District and National dues, along with an opportunity to attend FFA events. Events include: Chapter Fun Nights, Farm Science Review, Club Meetings, Milk Quality and Products Contest, Middle School FFA Camp, Parliamentary Procedure, and Public Speaking Contests.

Money is due to Mrs. Kline by September 6th and checks can be made to Clear Fork FFA.

8th Grade Washington DC Trip:

Registration will be ending Friday September, 6th. Account should be paid in full at this time. We will start working on chaperon list based on student numbers and Clear Fork staff members who are going. We will then fill with parents after that is determined. Stay tuned for that opportunity.

There will be a fund raiser as well to help off set some of the hidden cost of the trip.

Big picture

Butler Shuttle Students

If you have a middle or high schooler that is meeting a parent in a car, we ask that you wait on College Street at the curb where the old building used to stand. Bus #10 and 25 are our shuttle buses and they will be stopping at the top of Morgan and Wilson St. to drop off MS/HS students that are meeting up with a parent.

If you are picking up a Butler student and MS/HS student, we recommend that you get in the pick up line to get your elementary child and then pull up to the curb in front of the old building and wait for your MS/HS student there. ALL car riders are picked up by 3:00 so that will give you time to pick your elementary child up and then go wait for your older child.

If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Nickoli.

Bellville Shuttle Students

Middle School and High School students should not arrive to Bellville Elementary school before 7:10 to catch the shuttle bus. MS/HS students will walk down the alley adjacent to the front sidewalk of the building, enter the front door where the School Resource Officer is supervising, and travel through the main hallway, down the steps and out the cafeteria door to catch the shuttle bus. In the afternoons, MS/HS students will get off the shuttle bus, enter the cafeteria door, go up the steps to the main hallway, out the front entrance of the building, taking the sidewalk to the alley. No students will be permitted to get off the bus and walk through the parking lot as it puts their safety at risk.

If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Swank.

TEACHable Moments Newsletter

Every month the TEACHable Moments newsletter comes out with information that pertains to the well being of students. It is sponsored by the Prevention Action Alliance and the Ohio Department of Education.

Big picture
Big picture
Big picture