Thursday, May 18, 2017

May 19



2nite - 5th/6th GRADE FUN NIGHT- LAST ONE OF THE YEAR!! MAY 19th 7-9 pm


For 6th graders- this is the last FUN NIGHT at CBMS!
PERMISSION FORMS are required.  WE NEED VOLUNTEERS to bring sweet treats, healthy snacks, and drinks. We also need parent chaperones to make sure the night is safe and fun.  If you have questions, please email Kathleen Luce at kayakvt@aol.com.

HERE is the link to complete an online permission form for your child to attend the final 5th/6th grade FUN NIGHT of the year hosted by the PTO on Friday, May 10th from 7-9 PM.
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/YBT6VVD )

HERE is a link for parents to sign up to volunteer on FUN NIGHT. We have needs for snacks and chaperones!
www.SignUpGenius.com/go/60B0E49ACAD2CA75-may19th


ONCE THEY'RE GONE,
THEY'RE GONE
Order a yearbook today.
BUY A YEARBOOK
GOING GOING GONE
Nothing captures the memories of the school year like a yearbook. But supplies are extremely limited. Order now for 30.00 before they're just another memory.
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Movie Screening- "Resilience- The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope".  Wednesday, May 24th, from 6-8pm at Montpelier High School.  Invitation is here, and the trailer is here.


Bike and Ride to School Day- Wednesday, May 24th- meet at 7AM at Rusty Parker Park, and walkers and bikers will head out to CBMS by 7:10AM.  A great way to get the blood moving and get some exercise to start the day!  Snacks provided by Waterbury In Motion.


17/18 School Year calendar- click here


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We Love Boxtops- thanks for clipping them and sending them to the CBMS Office!

Are you still looking for things your kids can do this summer, especially those in Middle School? For the first time the Town of Waterbury is offering 7 weeks of Middle School Summer Camps. You can sign up for one week or all 7, each week is different so there is something for everyone. We are also offering a variety of mini camps for all ages and of course, as always, our summer swim lessons. No need to leave Waterbury this summer for activities for the Family, check out everything going on and register online at www,waterburyvt.com, click on the Recreation Tab and then follow the link to the online registration system or call Deb Fowler at 244-7174. Don't miss out on the fun it is only a click away.


Upcoming Dates of Note
  • May 19th- Student vs Staff Hockey Game at Ice Center- 1PM
  • May 19th- 5th/6th grade Fun Night- 7-9PM
  • Week of May 22nd- SBAC testing in grades 7 and 8
  • May 24th- Walk/Bike to School Day
  • May 24th- HUUSD Board meeting- HUMS Library- 6pm- agenda and minutes can be found here.
  • May 25th- CBMS Band Concert- all grades- 7PM
  • May 29th- Memorial Day- no school today
  • June 2nd- Step Up Day
  • June 7th- Team Quest to Boston
  • June 7th- CBMS Jazz Band plays at Burlington Jazz Festival
  • June 8th- Team Wizards to Boston
  • June 8th- Team Titan celebration dinner
  • June 9th- Team Dream to Boston
  • June 9th- Team Prodigy to Burlington
  • June 10th- HUHS Graduation
  • June 12th- Team Titan to Northern Lights
  • June 13th- WDSD School Board meeting- 6PM- TBPS Library
  • June 14th- Team Quest to Reservoir
  • June14th- Team Prodigy celebration dinner
  • June 15th- The Happening
  • June 15th- 8th grade Recognition Assembly- 1pm
  • June 15th- 8th grade Graduation- 5pm
  • June 16th- Graduates to Great Escape
  • June 16th- Last day for 5th, 6th, and 7th graders- noon dismissal

Thursday, May 11, 2017

May 12

5th/6th GRADE FUN NIGHT- LAST ONE OF THE YEAR!! MAY 19th 7-9 pm

For 6th graders- this is the last FUN NIGHT at CBMS!
PERMISSION FORMS are required.  WE NEED VOLUNTEERS to bring sweet treats, healthy snacks, and drinks. We also need parent chaperones to make sure the night is safe and fun.  If you have questions, please email Kathleen Luce at kayakvt@aol.com.

HERE is the link to complete an online permission form for your child to attend the final 5th/6th grade FUN NIGHT of the year hosted by the PTO on Friday, May 10th from 7-9 PM.
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/YBT6VVD )

HERE is a link for parents to sign up to volunteer on FUN NIGHT. We have needs for snacks and chaperones!
www.SignUpGenius.com/go/60B0E49ACAD2CA75-may19th


Yearbooks still for Sale (no personalization available)!  If you would like to reserve one, please contact Shannon Tremblay in the CBMS office- stremblay@wwsu.org ot 244-6100.   Alternatively, please send in $30.00 payable to "CBMS" with your student's name in the memo line. 

Bike and Ride to School Day- Wednesday, May 24th- meet at 7AM at Rusty Parker Park, and walkers and bikers will head out to CBMS by 7:10AM.  A great way to get the blood moving and get some exercise to start the day!  Snacks provided by Waterbury In Motion.


8th Grade Parents:  Dona Culver will be putting together this year's slide show for the 8th grade graduation. What she needs from you is:  3 photos - 1 current photo and 2 younger photos of your child. We would also like a short appropriate message to your 8th grader-  20 words or less, please. Submit your quote here.  (note to Prodigy parents - this is a separate slide show than the Prodigy dinner)

If your child is balking at bringing in those embarrassing shots, you can give them directly to Dona, but please make sure to identify the photos. Ideally, your photos would be in digital form, but hard copies are okay too. You can email them to Dona at dculver@wwsu.org.  Dona would like the photos asap - by May 26th at the latest.


OM Bottle Drive continues: If you missed Saturday’s bottle drive to support Odyssey of the Mind, you can still drop off redeemable bottles and cans in the big blue barrels by the parent loop at Crossett Brook Middle School. They will be there for a few more weeks. Thank you in advance for all of the donations!


Ponderable:  “Stop asking a young person WHAT you want to be when you grow up. It freezes their identity into a job that may not be there. Ask them HOW you want to be when you grow up. Having an agile learning mind-set will be the new skill set of the 21st century.”  from "Owning Your Own Future" (New York Times- May 10, 2017)

Upcoming Dates of Note
  • May 18th- CBMS Chorus Concert- all grades- 7PM
  • May 19th- Student vs Staff Hockey Game at Ice Center- 1PM
  • May 19th- 5th/6th grade Fun Night- 7-9PM
  • Week of May 22nd- SBAC testing in grades 7 and 8
  • May 24th- Walk/Bike to School Day
  • May 24th- HUUSD Board meeting- HUMS Library- 6pm- agenda and minutes can be found here.
  • May 25th- CBMS Band Concert- all grades- 7PM
  • May 29th- Memorial Day- no school today

Thursday, May 4, 2017

May 5

CBMS Play- "The Most Epic Birthday Party Ever!"- On the CBMS Stage tonight and tomorrow night!  Both shows begin at 7PM.  There will be a pizza and cake sale right after the show.  Admission is by donation.  Running time is 45 minutes.  Hope to see you there!


The Grades 7/8 Dance scheduled for Friday, May 12th has been cancelled, due to low student interest in attending.  


Cougar Kudos to the Waterbury Rotary Club for once again donating a tree to CBMS in honor of Arbor Day!  A plum tree will be planted today on top of the sledding hill.



The Administration and School Counselor at Crossett Brook would like to inform you of a trending Netflix series called “13 Reasons Why,” based on a young adult novel of the same name by Jay Asher. The fictional series illustrates events from the life of 17-year-old, Hannah Baker, who takes her own life and leaves behind audio recordings for 13 people she says were in some way instrumental in her decision to end her life.  Each recording recounts painful events in which one, or more, of the 13 individuals played a role. The series is rated TV-MA, which stands for Mature Audience Only, and includes graphic scenes depicting sexual assault and suicide. Click here for the full letter and appropriate resources.


The Daily Announcements for CBMS, which are read each day in AG, can be found at this link.  


Two OM Fundraisers
Parents Night Out Saturday Night: 7th and 8th grade Odyssey of the Mind team members heading to World Finals in Michigan are working hard to raise money for their trip.This Saturday night (May 6) they will host a Parents Night Out at Hunger Mountain Children’s Center from 4 to 9 PM. Make a reservation to drop your tots off for a fun night of playtime, quesadillas, and a movie in pjs. Then make plans to go out. $40 for one child / $65 for two. OM coach and preschool teacher Bethany Fuller will be on site to supervise. Email to reserve a spot (or two):bethanyfuller14@gmail.com.

OM Bottle Drive continues: If you missed Saturday’s bottle drive to support Odyssey of the Mind, you can still drop off redeemable bottles and cans in the big blue barrels by the parent loop at Crossett Brook Middle School. They will be there for a few more weeks. Thank you in advance for all of the donations!




Community Socrates Café!
 Waterbury Public Library Wednesday May 10, 6:30- 8:00  PM
“Does Privacy Matter In Our Country Today?”

A Socrates Café is an opportunity for dialogue about timeless and timely questions that all human beings deal with in their lives. Rather than being a debate or a discussion, a Socrates Café is a dialogue where participants are encouraged to listen to each other and to learn from one another. This form of discourse- and its focus on the search for knowledge- comes from Socrates, who observed that, "Wisdom Begins in Wonder." These gatherings are open to all members of the community, regardless of age, experience or background. Harwood students who are experienced in leading Socratic Dialogues will facilitate the discussions.

This will be the first Socrates Café to be held at the Waterbury Public library. The library is designed to bring diverse community members together: a public, centrally located space that by definition belongs to and welcomes the entire community. Inviting students into the library to lead a community exercise for all ages represents not only the Waterbury Public Library’s commitment to working with other community organizations, but also the library’s tradition of honoring the experiences, knowledge and contributions of all members of the community.  The discussion question at the upcoming May 10th café embodies the library’s commitment to lifelong learning and to being a space and organization that champion’s ideas and creativity.

Community members of all ages are invited, and refreshments will be provided.  For questions and more information, please  contact Katherine Cadwell,  Harwood Union  High School faculty member a,katherinewcadwell@gmail.com or Judi Byron at the Waterbury Library,judi@waterburypubliclibrary.com, 244-7036


An Evening with Moira McCarthy Stanford, Host of Despite Diabetes

As members of the Type-One Diabetes Advisory Council at the University of Vermont Children’s Hospital, we work to create opportunities for families living with type-1 diabetes to come together to connect and learn from each other.  The Advisory Council has offered community meetings such as Taking Diabetes to School and Sports and Diabetes.

We all have stories about how type-1 diabetes has changed our lives.  Sharing these stories, as well as information about the latest research into better treatment options and one day a cure, provides hope and inspiration to continue the good fight against this relentless disease.

The Parent Advisory Council in collaboration with JDRF, is pleased to present an evening with Moira McCarthy Stanford on May 18th in the Sullivan Room of the Given Building at the University of Vermont Medical Center from 6:30-8:30 p.m.  

Moira is a former national award-winning crime reporter and newspaper editor, and the author of the best-selling books, The Everything Parents Guide to Diabetes and Raising Teens With Diabetes: A Parent Survival Guide, which was released in June of 2013. Moira is also an avid skier, and is a contributing editor at SKI Magazine as well as a weekly sports columnist and Travel Editor for the Boston Herald and a sports talk radio personality in Boston. Her advocacy and tireless support of type 1 diabetes research has landed her a spot as guest speaker on CNN Live and many other media outlets. She is also the creator of a well-known blog, despitediabetes.com.

Moira is also very involved with JDRF. She was chair of JDRF's Children's Congress 2005, national chair of JDRF Grassroots Advocacy, national chair of Outreach, president of the New England Chapter and has served on various international committees.  Moira McCarthy Stanford lives in Plymouth, MA and is connected to type 1 diabetes through her 25-year-old daughter, Lauren Stanford, who was diagnosed at the age of 6.

Please join us for an inspiring evening filled with the latest research developments in the world of type-1 diabetes, as well as motivational stories of living well, despite diabetes.

Light refreshments will be offered.



Upcoming Dates of Note
  • May 5th- CBMS Musical on stage- curtain at 7PM
  • May 6th- CBMS Musical on stage- curtain at 7PM
  • May 10th- HUUSD Board meeting- HUMS Library- 6pm- agenda and minutes can be found here.
  • May 9th, 10th and 12th- Grade 8 Science NECAP testing today
  • May 11th- Sharenado (culminating Brainado event)- 1-2:15
  • May 11th- College Admissions presentation @ HUHS- 6PM
  • May 18th- CBMS Chorus Concert- all grades- 7PM
  • May 19th- Student vs Staff Hockey Game at Ice Center- 1PM
  • May 19th- 5th/6th grade Fun Night- 7-9PM
  • Week of May 22nd- SBAC testing in grades 7 and 8
  • May 24th- HUUSD Board meeting- HUMS Library- 6pm- agenda and minutes can be found here.
  • May 25th- CBMS Band Concert- all grades- 7PM
  • May 29th- Memorial Day- no school today

Thursday, April 27, 2017

April 28

Phone/E-Device follow-up- We have been extremely proud of our student body this week, as the respect for the "no phones/personal devices in use from 7:30-2:30" has been by-and-large very, very high!  We have sensed a different and positive feel in the hallways, classrooms, and the cafeteria this week, and the focus on learning and on relationships, versus on their personal screens, has been large.  Thanks again for your support from home!


CBMS Play- "The Most Epic Birthday Party Ever!"- On the CBMS Stage on Friday and Saturday, May 5th and 6th.  Both shows are at 7PM (note the time change for the Saturday show).  Hope to see you there!



The WDSD School Board meeting scheduled for May 2nd has been cancelled due to a slim agenda.  The next meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, June 13th. 


Staff Appreciation Week is next week- May 1st to the 5th! There are a few things still not signed up for if anyone is interested. Let's make this the best week ever for all the Staff at CBMS. Thank you to all that have signed up already. I greatly appreciate it!  Click here to access the sign-up link. Leslie Proteau



Sustainability Students In Need Of Construction Help! 8th grade sustainability students are in the final stages of greenhouse construction and could use some help. If you have basic construction / carpentry skills and the ability to donate a few hours of time one afternoon we could make a lot of progress! Specific projects include:
     *installing a new screen door for the warmer months ahead
     *fixing the door jam
     *installing a roof top vent
Materials are ready to go, we just need some assistance (and access to tools like a skill saw and drill). With your help, students could be planting before the end of the school year! If you are willing and able to help please contact Sarah Popowicz...thank you! spopowicz@wwsu.org



Seeking Community Input. The Harwood Capstone Committee would benefit from your thoughts as we design Harwood's Capstone Project to reflect the best of our community. As part of the new Harwood Union Unified District Proficiency-based Graduation Requirements, students beginning with the class of 2020 will be required to complete a Capstone Project for graduation.
Through exploration of other schools’ senior capstone projects, we have identified the following components to be the pillars of the Harwood Capstone:
  • Research,
  • Community Connections inclusive of an advisor/mentor from the community,
  • Reflection,
  • Product, and
  • Presentation
Come to the Capstone Project Committee Forum
Wednesday, May 3rd from 5:30-7 pm
Harwood Union Library
All Welcome: parents, students, and other community members
Hope you can make it! Contact Ellen Berrings at eberrings@wwsu.org or Reed McCracken at reedmccracken@comcast.net for more information.  



An update on our Proficiency-based Grading and Reporting practices and system. Last spring, the WWSU made the decision to use PowerSchool Pro to accommodate grading and reporting in the PBL system. We have been gathering feedback and data to evaluate the PowerSchool tool. Simply put, it is not meeting the needs of our students, our teachers, and our families, and we are making changes to our reporting platforms for the 17/18 school year. Beginning in August, Grades K-6 will be using a system call Alpine, and grades 7-12 will be using a system called JumpRope.

The Purpose of the Progress Report - In the Proficiency-based Learning System, the purpose of the Progress Report is to communicate to students and families current progress toward the HUUSD Learning Expectations and Habits of Work. It reflects student success overall and highlights areas for growth within and across courses. 


We believe that the switch to Alpine and to JumpRope will better serve everyone in carrying out the true purpose of the Progress Report, and that you will see more clearly how your child is performing on the learning expectations within a class as well across classes.

We would like to again thank you for your input and feedback. Collectively, we are redesigning an age-old system so that we can prepare all students for success in our changing world.



A Reminder to 7th-grade families to continue to collect Lift up Letters for your 7th-grade students and submit them to Jen Hempey in the School Counseling Office.  The due date has been extended to May 24th   Letters will be handed out in June, prior to the end of the school year.  If you need a reminder about the project or a shareable link so that you can send the explanation letter to family and friends, please click here.  



BOTTLE DRIVE TO SUPPORT OM THIS SATURDAY
Time to clean out those returnable bottles and cans! Drop off in the blue barrels at Crossett Brook this week or bring your 5- and 15-cent redeemable bottles and cans to Thatcher Brook Primary School this Saturday between 8AM and NOON. The Odyssey of the Mind program is hosting the bottle drive to raise money to support teams headed to Michigan State University in May to represent our schools and Vermont at the OM World Finals tournament.


College Admissions Panel Presentation - Join us to develop an understanding of the college admission process.  THURSDAY, MAY 11TH 6-7:30PM HARWOOD UNION SCHOOL. Please RSVP so we can arrange suitable seating.
If you have questions, submit them along with your RSVP. The Panel will do their best to address submitted questions.
All questions will then be addressed and shared in an FAQ document.
Admissions representatives from the following institutions will be in attendance: Champlain College, Middlebury College, Saint Michael's College, and The University of Vermont.
The information presented will cover:
   *Admission Process
   *Application Review
   *Supporting Documents including: transcripts, school profile, letters of recommendation, portfolios, and test scores      *Submitted Questions and Answers
RSVP to Wendy Gilbert. You may RSVP by sending an email to wgilbert@wwsu.org or calling 802-882-1101


The Harwood Rotary Interact Club is hosting a 6k for water.org on May 6th. It will be a great, family friendly event to raise money for clean water access around the world.   Every 90 seconds a child dies from a preventable water-related illness somewhere in our world.  Although this water is carrying diseases, women walk an average distance of 6K to gather this water for their families. This is why Harwood’s Interact Club will be sponsoring the Water.org 6K Race to raise funds for Water.org. Water.org is a nonprofit organization combating the global water crisis issue. They help educate people about the necessity of sanitation, build wells with local community members, and teach the community how to maintain the wells.   Join  the Water.org 6K Race Saturday, May 6th. There will also be 1K and 3K options for children. The race is being held at Harwood Union High School on the cross country trails. Registration opens at 8:30am and closes at 9:45.  The  race will start at 10am.  Registration fees:  $25 per adult, $15 per student (ages 8-18). Because this is a student-run and led event, we will not be able to take credit cards.  Only cash and checks will be accepted.  Hope to see you there!



Pitch! Hit! Run! This Sunday, April 30th, all kids ages 4-14 are invited to participate in our annual edition of Major League Baseball's Pitch Hit and Run Contest. Players will throw baseballs or softballs, run from second base to home, and hit a few balls off a tee. Competitors over age 6 who do well in their age groups will have an opportunity to represent CWLL at a regional competition later in the month. There are additional levels of competitions that ultimately lead to the PHR Finals at the MLB All Star Game in July! Check the Clyde Whittemore Little League page, www.clydewhittemore.com, for more info.



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Concert for Canines - A Benefit for Therapy Dogs of Vermont - Featuring Harwood’s Own Scared by Dolls!

WHERE: Harwood Union High School Auditorium
WHEN: Friday, May 5th (7-9pm)
TICKETS: Admission tickets will be sold at the door
$5 ADULT
$2 STUDENT
Hosted by Harwood’s Chapter of National Honor Society




Join the Waterbury Area Trails Alliance (WATA) for the 3rd Annual Waterbury Bike Swap - Saturday May 13th – 9AM – 1PM @ Thatcher Brook Primary School – Waterbury, VT.  This event helps us raise funds to pay for things like trail maintenance and new trails at Perry Hill and Little River State Park, as well as the new pump track at the Perry Hill Trailhead.  Here's the deal - we have two options - Sellers and Consigners. 
Sellers - Register at 8AM - Pay $25 - Sell Your Own Stuff - Keep 100% of your sales. Want to sell gear other than bikes? Go for it. If you sell, you can sell whatever you want (sports-related). If you consign, please only consign bikes and bike-related gear. No helmets – sorry.
Consigners - Drop off your stuff with Waterbury Sports starting 5-5 (the weekend before) until 5-13 - they'll sell it for you for a 20% consignment (and they split that with WATA - sweet!). 
Anything we don't sell needs to be picked up by 5-17. If it gets left, we'll donate it. Please - no scrap metal. Bikes need to be in decent working order.  Swap ends at 1PM.  Updates and Details - Check the Facebook Page.


Upcoming Dates of Note
  • Week of May 1- SBAC testing in grades 5 and 6
  • Week of May 1- Staff Appreciation week
  • May 2nd- CBMS PTO meeting- CBMS Library- 6:30PM
  • May 2nd- HUHS Incoming 9th grade parent night- 6PM
  • May 5th- CBMS Musical on stage- curtain at 7PM
  • May 6th- CBMS Musical on stage- curtain at 7PM
  • May 10th- HUUSD Board meeting- HUMS Library- 6pm- agenda and minutes can be found here.
  • May 9th, 10th and 12th- Grade 8 Science NECAP testing today
  • May 11th- Sharenado (culminating Brainado event)- time TBD
  • May 11th- College Admissions presentation @ HUHS- 6PM
  • May 12th- Grades 7/8 Dance @ CBMS- 7-9PM
  • May 18th- CBMS Chorus Concert- all grades- 7PM
  • May 19th- Student vs Staff Hockey Game at Ice Center- 1PM
  • May 19th- 5th/6th grade Fun Night- 7-9PM
  • Week of May 22nd- SBAC testing in grades 7 and 8
  • May 24th- HUUSD Board meeting- HUMS Library- 6pm- agenda and minutes can be found here.
  • May 25th- CBMS Band Concert- all grades- 7PM
  • May 29th- Memorial Day- no school today

Thursday, April 20, 2017

April 21

No Phones/Personal Devices at CBMS beginning this coming Monday.  We will be strictly enforcing that these items are in lockers from 7:30AM to 2:30PM.  Thank you in advance for supporting this change from the homefront!


'60 Minutes' phone story- interesting and timely story on the addictive nature of phones and personal devices.  click here



Some important end-of-year dates
  • Last school day for 8th graders- June 15th
  • 8th grade graduation- June 15th- 5PM start in the CBMS gym
  • Last school day for 5th, 6th, and 7th graders- June 16th- noon dismissal
  • 8th grade trip to the Great Escape- June 16th


Staff Appreciation Week- May 1st-5th- The end of year is growing closer and it is that time of the year when we celebrate all the wonderful people who work and take care of our children at Crossett Brook Middle School. Please click on the link below and show your appreciation by signing up for something during the week. We'll be doing something special for the staff each day of that week. A lunch and breakfast are the highlights of the week and we will need help with things for that. We are also doing a raffle at the end of the week and if you have something you would like to contribute to that please let me know.  Any questions can be directed to Leslie Proteau ablaproto@comcast.net.   We have a pretty special group of people taking care of our children so please consider signing up for something!  Thank you, and click here to access the sign-up link!  Leslie Proteau


E-Community Bulletin board now has information on summer Highlander Soccer Camps, GMPA summer camps, and a National Summer Transportation Institute at Vermont Tech.





Bring your families and join others to discuss Brown Girl Dreaming by Jacqueline Woodson.  Gather at Moretown Elementary School, Thursday April 27th at 6:30 p.m. for snacks and good conversation about this stellar memoir written in verse.  Email the CBMS librarian jehill@wwsu.org with any questions.






Upcoming Dates of Note
  • April 24th- school resumes from Spring Break
  • April 26th- HUUSD Board meeting- HUMS Library- 6pm- agenda and minutes can be found here.
  • Week of May 1- SBAC testing in grades 5 and 6
  • Week of May 1- Staff Appreciation week
  • May 2nd- WDSD School Board meeting- 6PM in the TBPS Library- agenda and minutes can be found here.
  • May 2nd- CBMS PTO meeting- CBMS Library- 6:30PM
  • May 2nd- HUHS Incoming 9th grade parent night- 6PM
  • May 5th- CBMS Musical on stage- curtain at 7PM
  • May 6th- CBMS Musical on stage- curtain at 2PM
  • May 10th- HUUSD Board meeting- HUMS Library- 6pm- agenda and minutes can be found here.
  • May 10th and 12th- Grade 8 Science NECAP testing today
  • May 11th- Sharenado (culminating Brainado event)- time TBD
  • May 11th- College Admissions presentation @ HUHS- 6PM
  • May 12th- Grades 7/8 Dance @ CBMS- 7-9PM
  • May 18th- CBMS Chorus Concert- all grades- 7PM
  • May 19th- Student vs Staff Hockey Game at Ice Center- 1PM
  • May 19th- 5th/6th grade Fun Night- 7-9PM
  • Week of May 22nd- SBAC testing in grades 7 and 8
  • May 24th- HUUSD Board meeting- HUMS Library- 6pm- agenda and minutes can be found here.
  • May 25th- CBMS Band Concert- all grades- 7PM
  • May 29th- Memorial Day- no school today