Thursday, October 19, 2017

Oct 20

Tonight - 5th & 6th Grade Fun Night!  7-9PM.  Sign your child up, and sign yourself up to volunteer, by visiting this link.

Student-Led Conferences will be held after school and evenings on the following dates.  Sign Up Today!
  • Team Dream- Oct 26, Nov 2 
  • Team Quest- Oct 25, Nov 2
  • Team Wizards- Oct 26, Nov 2
  • Team Titan- Nov 1, Nov 2
  • Team Prodigy- Nov 1, Nov 2
You will be signing up with a core-team, student-led conference by using an online sign-up system.  If you would like to conference with Applied Academic teachers (Art, Spanish, Tech Ed, Sustainability, Music, PE), please request a meeting time by e-mailing or phoning the specific teacher directly.  To sign up for a core conference, you will select the specific link for your child's core team from this link.  Sign-ups are now open!  Need help signing up?  Contact Dona Culver at dculver@wwsu.org or 244-6100.










































A Friendly Reminder-
if your child has a supervised activity from 2:30-3:00, he/she is welcome to stay at CBMS.  However, if your child can ride the 2:30 bus home, and is not in a supervised activity after school, he/she should take the 2:30 bus home.
 



Stowe Ski-Ride Program update- ONLY 20 spots left for Ski & Ride!  All paperwork and donations due by Oct 27th.  Still seeking many volunteers!
 


Odyssey of the Mind 2017-18Several Odyssey of the Mind teams are returning to compete at the state tournament in March. Anyone interested in participating on a new team this year should contact Odyssey of the Mind coordinator, Lisa Scagliotti at lscagliotti@comcast.net. Please put the word ‘Odyssey’ in the subject line and note your grade. Parent volunteer coaches are needed in order to form new teams. Please note if you are interested in coaching a team. Training will be provided.  OM - as it’s called for short - is a creative problem-solving extra-curricular activity where teams of up to 7 students solve a problem in the form of a skit that’s no more than 8 minutes long. OM encourages creative uses of everyday materials in problem solutions, and team members must work together without adult assistance in crafting their solutions.  Teams typically have two parent coaches and meet weekly through February – little extra as it gets closer to the state tournament. Teams present their solutions at the Vermont state OM tournament in March at Champlain Valley Union High School. This year it’s March 17. Students from grades K-8 may participate. For more information, contact Lisa. We hope to have teams formed by the end of October. 


***Newspaper Emergency in Art Studio: Help! Bring us your newspaper so we won’t have to close the studio down!***

PTO Winter Fundraiser Starts SOON!  The CBMS PTO is excited to open our ONLINE winter fundraiser next Friday, Oct 27th.  While we are still selling your favorite items, instead of collecting checks, cash and paper order forms (which seem to go missing in middle school lockers), we’ve opened our first-ever online store! Below are important details for you early-birds and next week’s Cougar Comments will feature a link directly to the store (the online store button will also be featured on www.cbmspto.com). Thanks in advance for your support of our mission to enrich education, engage community and enhance connections at CBMS. 

Important Details

For those of you who have participated in this fundraiser in year's past, there are critical changes to be aware of:
  • We will no longer accept any paper orders or payments in cash or check. All orders must be completed online and our online store accepts payment through PayPal using any major bank or credit card.
  • All proceeds from this fundraiser will go directly to the CBMS PTO and will be divided among all five CBMS teams using a per-student ratio. However, there will be a space in the online order form to note which team should get “credit”’ for the sale. 
There are two ways to participate in this first-ever online fundraiser:
  • Send family members and friends a link to the online store and ask that they make an order to support CBMS PTO and your child's team. Be sure to include the important details highlighted below and tell them that a bank or credit card will be required to pay using PayPal.
  • Collect order information and payment from family members and friends and place one large order online using your own personal bank or credit card to make payment via PayPal.
  • Should you or someone you know who wishes to place an order have limited access to technology, please contact Tamatha Thomas-Haase at 802.241.1415.

Evergreen Gardens Wreaths and Poinsettias

The online store will open on Friday, October 27th and close on Thursday, November 16th and will feature decorated pine wreaths and red and white poinsettias for purchase.
All purchases MUST BE PICKED UP at Evergreen Gardens, 15 Cabin Lane, Waterbury Center, VTORDERS WILL BE READY FOR PICK UP between Friday, December 1st and Sunday, December 3rd during store hours (Monday - Saturday from 8:30AM to 6PM and Sundays from 10AM - 5PM).

Laughing Moon Chocolates Fudge

The online store will open on Friday, October 27th and close on Thursday, November 16th and will feature chocolate, maple and peanut butter fudge (1/2 lb. each) for purchase.
All purchases MUST BE PICKED UP at Laughing Moon Chocolates, 78 S. Main Street, Stowe, VTORDERS WILL BE READY FOR PICK UP between Monday, November 20th and Friday, December 1st during store hours (9 AM - 6 PM every day; closed on Thanksgiving).

Cougar Kudos to the Reservoir Restaurant for donating the lunch today for our 24 7th and 8th grade A World of Difference Peer Leaders in training!




LYME DISEASE PRESENTATION & DISCUSSION - Did you know Vermont has the highest incidence of Lyme Disease per capita in the USA?   Living in Vermont means loving the outdoors. Whether it is gardening, hiking, golfing, playing in the backyard, or camping, these activities & more put everyone at risk of getting bit by an infected tick. Education, awareness, and prevention is important for all Vermonters!  The Northern Vermont Lyme Association will be hosting a presentation at CBMS to cover the basics of Lyme Disease, other tick-borne illnesses, and prevention education.  Please join us in the CBMS Library on Monday, October 23rd from 6:30 - 8:00pm.


Once again the residents of Randall, Elm and Park Row streets are gearing up for a great Halloween for your ghosts, goblins, zombies and princesses!  The neighborhood streets will be closed to traffic starting around 5:00 on 10/31.  Some houses in the neighborhood counted 800+ trick or treaters last year!!  There are Candy Donation Stations at both TBPS and CBMS offices thru Monday, 10/30. Thanks for helping!


Myths and Facts about Lice: Lice are social creatures….and have been around for 1,000’s of years.  Wherever there are sleepovers, besties sharing selfies, or head to head contact there will be a opportunity for lice to seek new stomping grounds.  Here are some facts and myths about these annoying critters:

                    MYTHS                                                      FACTS
It is EASY to get lice.
Lice are spread from head to head contact and are much harder to get than a cold, the flu, pink eye, or strep throat
Avoiding lice is important as they are dirty and spread disease.
Lice do not spread any known disease, nor are they impacted by dirty or clean .  They are just annoying.
You can get lice from sitting at a desk next to someone who has head lice.
Head lice are spread through direct head to head contact. Lice do not hop, jump or fly, so sitting next to someone with head lice does not increase the risk of getting  lice.
Lice are commonly spread throughout schools.
It is much more common to get lice from family members, overnight guests and playmates who spend a lot of time together than in schools.
Head lice are very sturdy creatures and can survive many days off people on furniture, linens and clothing.
Head lice need a blood meal every few hours and the warmth of the human scalp to survive.  When off the human body, they cannot survive more than 24-36 hours.
Schools and child-care facilities should screen all children for head lice, so everyone can be treated and the spread of head lice will be prevented.
Having regularly scheduled mass screenings does not reduce the incidence of head lice.
  
“No-nit” policies reduce the risk of head lice in schools and child care facilities.
Research shows “no-nit” policies do not decrease the number of cases of head lice.  They do increase the risk of incorrect diagnosis of head lice, the number of days children are out of school and the negative social stigma associated with head lice.



Upcoming Dates of Note:
  • 2Nite- Oct 20- Fun Night for grades 5 and 6- 7-9pm
  • Oct 23- Lyme Disease presentation- CBMS Library- 6:30-8pm
  • Oct 23- 8th graders vs Staff soccer game- 1:30-2:30
  • Oct 25- Student-led Conferences- Team Quest
  • Oct 25- HUUSD School Board meeting- 6pm- HUHS Library
  • Oct 26- Student-led Conferences- Teams Dream & Wizards
  • Nov 1- Student-led Conferences- Teams Titan, & Prodigy
  • Nov 2- Student-led Conferences- Teams Dream, Quest, Wizards, Titan, & Prodigy
  • Nov 3- Grades 7/8 Dance/Fun Night @ HUMS- 7-9pm
  • Nov 8- CBMS PTO meeting- CBMS Library- 6:30pm
  • Nov 8- HUUSD School Board meeting- 6pm- HUHS Library
  • Nov 22-Nov 24- Thanksgiving Break
  • Nov 29- HUUSD School Board meeting- 6pm- HUHS Library

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Oct 13

Grades 7 and 8 dance tonight at CBMS.  No permission slips needed.  $5 at the door.  7-9pm.  Thanks in advance for picking your child up promptly at 9!

Student-Led Conferences will be held after school and evenings on the following dates.  
  • Team Dream- Oct 26, Nov 2 
  • Team Quest- Oct 25, Nov 2
  • Team Wizards- Oct 26, Nov 2
  • Team Titan- Nov 1, Nov 2
  • Team Prodigy- Nov 1, Nov 2
You will be signing up with a core-team, student-led conference by using an online sign-up system.  If you would like to conference with Applied Academic teachers (Art, Spanish, Tech Ed, Sustainability, Music, PE), please request a meeting time by e-mailing or phoning the specific teacher directly.  To sign up for a core conference, you will select the specific link for your child's core team from this link.  Sign-ups are now open!  Need help signing up?  Contact Dona Culver at dculver@wwsu.org or 244-6100.

Cougar Kudos to the CBMS 5th and 6th grade Spelling Team!  The HUUSD Bee happened this week at the Fayston School, with teams from Moretown, Waitsfield, Warren, Fayston and CBMS competing.  CBMS took the title, and will represent the HUUSD in the regional bee later this month! The 5/6 Spelling Team members are Grace Casey, Ella Cisz, Summer Herrington, Janelle Hoskins, Aylee Lane, Noah Rivera, with alternates Jordan Hunter and Julia Brewer.


5th & 6th Grade Fun Night next Friday night!  Sign your child up, and sign yourself up to volunteer, by visiting this link.



LYME DISEASE PRESENTATION & DISCUSSIONDid you know Vermont has the highest incidence of Lyme Disease per capita in the USA?   Living in Vermont means loving the outdoors. Whether it is gardening, hiking, golfing, playing in the backyard, or camping, these activities & more put everyone at risk of getting bit by an infected tick. Education, awareness, and prevention is important for all Vermonters!  The Northern Vermont Lyme Association will be hosting a presentation at CBMS to cover the basics of Lyme Disease, other tick-borne illnesses, and prevention education.  Please join us at in the CBMS Library on Monday, October 23rd from 6:30 - 8:00pm.



The Stowe Ski-Ride Program will be running on Wednesdays in January, February, and March. Students in the program will leave CBMS at 12:45, and arrive back to CBMS at 5:00. Enrollment is now open, as is volunteer sign-up.  Do not delay in signing up your child, as 75 out of 130 spots have were booked as of Wednesday!  Click here for all of the details.


Ponderable: "It isn't just our reasoning that takes a hit when phones are around. Social skills and relationships seem to suffer as well." From "How Smartphones Hijack Our Minds", The Wall Street Journal, October 7/8, 2017.


Upcoming Dates of Note:
  • 2Nite- Grades 7/8 Dance @ CBMS- 7-9pm
  • Oct 19- Fall Concert- 6-8 band, Jazz Band, 5-8 Chorus- 7pm
  • Oct 20- Fun Night for grades 5 and 6- 7-9pm
  • Oct 25- Student-led Conferences- Team Quest
  • Oct 26- Student-led Conferences- Teams Quest, Dream, & Wizards
  • Oct 27- 8th graders vs Staff soccer game- 1:30-2:30
  • Nov 1- Student-led Conferences- Teams Titan, & Prodigy
  • Nov 2- Student-led Conferences- Teams Dream, Quest, Wizards, Titan, & Prodigy
  • Nov 3- Grades 7/8 Dance/Fun Night @ HUMS- 7-9pm

Thursday, October 5, 2017

Oct 6

The Stowe Ski-Ride Program will be running on Wednesdays in January, February, and March. Students in the program will leave CBMS at 12:45, and arrive back to CBMS at 5:00. Enrollment is now open, as is volunteer sign-up.  Click here for all of the details. 


JumpRope Parent Portal opening- expect an e-mail in the beginning of next week with details on logging into the JumpRope system, which is the system we are using to track progress on proficiencies. 

From the Cougar Cafe:


Student-Led Conferences will be held after school and evenings on the following dates. Details on how to sign up will be coming in soon.
  • Team Dream- Oct 26, Nov 2 (note change)
  • Team Quest- Oct 25, Nov 2
  • Team Wizards- Oct 26, Nov 2
  • Team Titan- Nov 1, Nov 2
  • Team Prodigy- Nov 1, Nov 2

Community Introduction to Communicating Student Learning and Growth in our Proficiency Model - October 12th at 6pm in the HUHS Library
  • Overview of value of proficiency-based learning
    • What is Proficiency-Based Learning (PBL)?
    • Why have the schools of HUUSD and VT adopted this model?
  • Shifts in Communicating Student Learning  in a proficiency model
    • Why have grading and reporting changed in response to PBL?
    • What methods or strategies are teachers using to communicate to students about their learning?
  • Explain advantages of JumpRope grading software
    • What is JumpRope?
    • What information does JumpRope provide?
    • What other methods or strategies are teachers using to communicate to students about their learning?
We hope to see you there!


LYME DISEASE PRESENTATION & DISCUSSION
Did you know Vermont has the highest incidence of Lyme Disease per capita in the USA? 

Living in Vermont means loving the outdoors. Whether it is gardening, hiking, golfing, playing in the backyard, or camping, these activities & more put everyone at risk of getting bit by an infected tick. Education, awareness, and prevention is important for all Vermonters!

The Northern Vermont Lyme Association will be hosting a presentation at CBMS to cover the basics of Lyme Disease, other tick-borne illnesses, and prevention education.

Please join us at in the CBMS Library on Monday, October 23rd from 6:30 - 8:00pm. 


Free Winter Outerwear Distribution - The Waterbury Center Community Church has been facilitating the collection of winter outerwear, including coats, hats, scarves, gloves, mittens, snow pants and boots for children, women and men during our Winter Clothing Drive.   On Saturday October 14th we will be distributing the collected items to those in need free of charge from 9am to 3pm at the Church which is located on Route 100 next to the Cold Hollow Cider Mill. This event is open to anyone in need of some help preparing for winter.  No prior sign ups required. More details can be found here.


Thank you to all the Good Cookies who supported our 5th Annual Bake Sale last weekend. We raised $1700, which will be matched by the OXO company and help fund important pediatric cancer research. Special thanks to the The Alchemist Brewery owners, Jen and John Kimmich and their great staff and customers, for welcoming us once again and for their generous and enthusiastic support of our event. Thank you to the BJAMS and CBMS for acting as our Cookie Donation Stations and to the community who donated more cookies than we can imagine! Thanks, too, to King Arthur Flour for their donation of baking kits and to those who "doughnated" online! A big shout out to our community helpers - Kathy Flanders and Marje Kelso, and BJAMS students: Ivan Buczek, Evan Gramas, Dylan Silviera, and Cole and Patrick Flaherty, for helping us spread awareness and the magic of Cookies for Kids' Cancer.  Thank you to everyone for helping to "bake-a-difference!"


Upcoming Dates of Note:
  • Oct 6 and 9- No school for students (staff inservice on the 6th)
  • Oct 11- Grades 5/6 Spelling Bee at Fayston Elementary- 8:30am start.
  • Oct 11- Jared Campbell all-school assembly- 1:30-2:30
  • Oct 12- Vision screening for 5th and 7th graders
  • Oct 12- Community Introduction to Communicating Student Learning and Growth in our Proficiency Model Featuring: JumpRope- HUHS Library- 6pm
  • Oct 13- Grades 7/8 Dance @ CBMS- 7-9pm
  • Oct 19- Fall Concert- 6-8 band, Jazz Band, 5-8 Chorus- 7pm
  • Oct 20- Fun Night for grades 5 and 6- 7-9pm
  • Oct 25- Student-led Conferences- Team Quest
  • Oct 26- Student-led Conferences- Teams Quest, Dream, & Wizards
  • Oct 27- 8th graders vs Staff soccer game- 1:30-2:30
  • Nov 1- Student-led Conferences- Teams Titan, & Prodigy
  • Nov 2- Student-led Conferences- Teams Dream, Quest, Wizards, Titan, & Prodigy
  • Nov 3- Grades 7/8 Dance/Fun Night @ HUMS- 7-9pm

Thursday, September 28, 2017

Sept 29

Daily AG Announcements, which are read to students each day in AG, can be found at the link on the CBMS Homepage

CBMS is looking for ice skate donations!  Sizes 1-12, with the greatest need in sizes 4-8.  Hockey skates preferred but we will take any that you are willing to donate.  If you have any to give, please drop them off at the CBMS office, and thanks in advance as we look forward to a cold Winter with solid ice!

Stowe Ski & Ride info due out in next's Cougar Comments...stay tuned!

Interesting Brainado video clip (1 minute) - click here

For your calendars:  Student-Led Conferences will be held after school and evenings on the following dates.  Details on how to sign up will be coming in early October.
  • Team Dream- Oct 26, Nov 2 (note change)
  • Team Quest- Oct 25, Nov 2
  • Team Wizards- Oct 26, Nov 2
  • Team Titan- Nov 1, Nov 2
  • Team Prodigy- Nov 1, Nov 2

Save the Date: October 12, 2017 at 6pm in the Harwood Union High School Library - Community Introduction to Communicating Student Learning and Growth in our Proficiency Model Featuring: JumpRope
  • Overview of value of proficiency-based learning
    • What is Proficiency-Based Learning (PBL)?
    • Why have the schools of HUUSD and VT adopted this model?
  • Shifts in Communicating Student Learning  in a proficiency model
    • Why have grading and reporting changed in response to PBL?
    • What methods or strategies are teachers using to communicate to students about their learning?
  • Explain advantages of JumpRope grading software
    • What is JumpRope?
    • What information does JumpRope provide?
    • What other methods or strategies are teachers using to communicate to students about their learning?
We hope to see you there!


Upcoming Dates of Note:
  • Oct 4- School Photo Day
  • Oct 6 and 9- No school for students (staff inservice on the 6th)
  • Oct 11- Grades 5/6 Spelling Bee at Fayston Elementary- 8:30am start.
  • Oct 11- Jared Campbell all-school assembly- 1:30-2:30
  • Oct 12- Vision screening for 5th and 7th graders
  • Oct 12- Community Introduction to Communicating Student Learning and Growth in our Proficiency Model Featuring: JumpRope- HUHS Library- 6pm
  • Oct 13- Grades 7/8 Dance @ CBMS- 7-9pm
  • Oct 19- Fall Concert- 6-8 band, Jazz Band, 5-8 Chorus- 7pm
  • Oct 20- Fun Night for grades 5 and 6- 7-9pm
  • Oct 25- Student-led Conferences- Team Quest
  • Oct 26- Student-led Conferences- Teams Quest, Dream, & Wizards
  • Oct 27- 8th graders vs Staff soccer game- 1:30-2:30
  • Nov 1- Student-led Conferences- Teams Dream, Titan, & Prodigy
  • Nov 2- Student-led Conferences- Teams Wizards, Titan, & Prodigy
  • Nov 3- Grades 7/8 Dance/Fun Night @ HUMS- 7-9pm

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Sept 22

2nite- Grades 7/8 Dance at the Waterbury Ice Center.  7:30-9:30pm.  $5 admission and $2 skate rentals.  Sponsored by HUMS.

Back 2 School Night (our version of an Open House) for all CBMS students and parents is happening on Thursday, September 28th.  If your child is not coming with you, be sure to ask him/her 1) Who his/her AG Leader is and where the AG meets, and 2) Which core team he/she is on.  The schedule is as follows.
  • 5:45-6:15- Applied Academics "drop in"- visit one or more of art, sustainability, tech ed, Spanish, music, band.
  • 6:15-6:25- Advisory Group time with AG Leader
  • 6:25-7:30- Core time with Core Teams

Walk and Bike to School is happening on Wednesday, September 27th.  Convene at 7am at Rusty Parker Park, and we will head to CBMS by 7:10am.  There is also a biking group convening at the Zen Barn at 6:45am.  For more details, click here.


For your calendars:  Student-Led Conferences will be held after school and evenings on the following dates.  Details on how to sign up will be coming in early October.
  • Team Dream- Oct 26, Nov 1
  • Team Quest- Oct 25, Oct 26
  • Team Wizards- Oct 26, Nov 2
  • Team Titan- Nov 1, Nov 2
  • Team Prodigy- Nov 1, Nov 2

Sick kiddo?  Afternoon plans changing? Communicate these to us using the e-absence note and e-bus note links on the CBMS Homepage!


A Friendly Reminder- when you drop off or pick up in the parent pick-up loop, please pull your car all the way into the loop to ease congestion.

CBMS School Photo Day is Wednesday, Oct 4th.  Look for hard-copy ordering information coming home via your child's "backpack" express today.


Proficiency-based Learning @ CBMS - the parent FAQ can be found here.  Got questions on PBL @ CBMS?  Submit your questions here, and we will get you answers!


Save the Date: October 12, 2017 at 6pm in the Harwood Union High School Library - Community Introduction to Communicating Student Learning and Growth in our Proficiency Model Featuring: JumpRope
  • Overview of value of proficiency-based learning
    • What is Proficiency-Based Learning (PBL)?
    • Why have the schools of HUUSD and VT adopted this model?
  • Shifts in Communicating Student Learning  in a proficiency model
    • Why have grading and reporting changed in response to PBL?
    • What methods or strategies are teachers using to communicate to students about their learning?
  • Explain advantages of JumpRope grading software
    • What is JumpRope?
    • What information does JumpRope provide?
    • What other methods or strategies are teachers using to communicate to students about their learning?
We hope to see you there!

CBMS AFTER-SCHOOL ENRICHMENT COMMITTEE: WE NEED YOU!  Periodically throughout the school year, the PTO schedules after-school enrichment programs for students that are taught by local professionals who volunteer their time and talent with our community. Last year’s classes included sewing, creative writing and lego robotics. This year, the PTO seeks two or three parents who are willing to help organize the 3-4 after-school classes for the 2017/2018 school year. These parents would work together to determine classes of interest, solicit potential volunteers to teach classes, help to promote the opportunities to students, and set the dates for each class. Volunteer time to serve on this committee should be no more than 5 hours. If you are interested, please contact Kelley Hackett at kjohack@gmail.com.
Interested in teaching an after-school class to students? Do you have a particular skill or talent that kids might be interested in learning more about? If so, we would love to hear your ideas!!  Some clubs students have expressed an interest in are cooking, problem-base STEM programs, sewing, and building models such as cars and rockets.  If any of these are your specialty or if you would like to explore other ideas, please contact Kelley Hackett at kjohack@gmail.com to begin the conversation about how you can contribute to our school community through after-school enrichment.


The Harwood Union High School Class of 2018 needs to raise $7,500 by for their Senior Class Gift, a beautiful gazebo to honor the memory of their five classmates -- Eli Brookens, Janie Chase Cozzi, Liam Hale, Mary Harris and Cyrus Zschau -- who died last October in a tragic car crash. The gazebo is generously being provided at cost by The Carriage Shed in White River Junction. It will be delivered and dedicated the first week of October to mark the one-year anniversary. Please help the Harwood seniors raise this money by October 1! There is a Paypal donation link in the HU school website below that goes directly to the fund. #Harwood Strong


Hockey Season is near!  Please visit harwoodhockey.org and click on the 2017-2018 Program Overview link for detailed information and practice time for the different levels.  Players 8 and under can participate in either the Learn to Skate, House, or Travel Program. We also offer Travel Teams for ages 10U, 12U, and 14U.  Additionally, we are also offering a First Time Travel Player Waiver Program. This program is for any player at the 10U, 12U or 14U level who has never played hockey for an organization. This waiver ONLY covers the cost of registration. USA Hockey registration, fundraising, and equipment costs do not apply. Current HYHA Players and Families, if you know of someone interested in trying out hockey, please encourage them to inquire about this great opportunity.  You can find additional information about our fundraising, equipment, pre-season, and any other information for the season on our website, harwoodhockey.org


Upcoming Dates of Note:
  • 2NiteGrades 7/8 Dance @ Ice Center- 7:30-9:30pm
  • Sept 27- Walk and Roll to School day- 7AM at Rusty Parker Park
  • Sept 27- HUUSD Board meeting- 6pm in HUHS Library- more info can be found at this link
  • Sept 28- Back 2 School Night @ CBMS- 5:45-7:30pm
  • Yom Kippur- sundown on Sept 29 to sundown on Sept 30
  • Oct 4- School Photo Day
  • Oct 6 and 9- No school for students (staff inservice on the 6th)
  • Oct 11- Grades 5/6 Spelling Bee at Fayston Elementary- 8:30am start.
  • Oct 11- Jared Campbell all-school assembly- 1:30-2:30
  • Oct 12- Vision screening for 5th and 7th graders
  • Oct 12- Community Introduction to Communicating Student Learning and Growth in our Proficiency Model Featuring: JumpRope- HUHS Library- 6pm
  • Oct 13- Grades 7/8 Dance @ CBMS- 7-9pm
  • Oct 19- Fall Concert- 6-8 band, Jazz Band, 5-8 Chorus- 7pm
  • Oct 20- Fun Night for grades 5 and 6- 7-9pm
  • Oct 25- Student-led Conferences- Team Quest
  • Oct 26- Student-led Conferences- Teams Quest, Dream, & Wizards
  • Oct 27- 8th graders vs Staff soccer game- 1:30-2:30
  • Nov 1- Student-led Conferences- Teams Dream, Titan, & Prodigy
  • Nov 2- Student-led Conferences- Teams Wizards, Titan, & Prodigy
  • Nov 3- Grades 7/8 Dance/Fun Night @ HUMS- 7-9pm