February's Cougar Cafe menu can be accessed here.
Personal Learning Plans coming to the WWSU! It is with great enthusiasm that we inform you that CBMS and HUHS/MS are recipients of the Vermont Agency of Education Flexible Pathways Grant. We were notified last week that we have received the full amount ($10,000)to begin the work toward implementing the Personal Learning Plan component of the Vermont education legislation ACT 77 - or Flexible Pathways. This money will be used to plan the design and implementation of personal learning plans between the two schools. The first tier of this work will be a personal learning plan work group comprised of students and adults representative of CBMS and HUHS/MS, grades 5-12, that will be tasked with this design process. There will be between twelve to fifteen members on the PLP work group. If you are interested in learning more about Act 77 or Personal Learning Plans, please visit this Agency of Education website.
Support Local Skaters! The Prohibition Pig in Waterbury is having a benefit for Harwood Youth Hockey on Tuesday, February 4th from 4:00pm to 10:00pm. 10% of the night's sales will go to HYH to help recoup some of their recent losses.
An International Event in Duxbury, VT!! 2nd Annual CBMS International Dinner- Friday Feb. 7; 6-8:30pm; Suggested donation $5 at the door $20/family; POT-LUCK- Click here to sign up to bring a dish! Contact: Belle McDougall @ 802-477-3351 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Crossett Brook Middle School PTO and chairperson Stacy Grandfield will be hosting and coordinating this year’s 5th/6th Basketball Tournament the week of February 17th to 21st in the CBMS gymnasium. Volunteers are needed to ensure another successful tournament, projected this year to include 14 teams. To sign up to volunteer, click here. If you have volunteering questions, contact Missy Semprebon at email@example.com
Nordic Team Update: The combined Crossett Brook and Harwood Middle School Nordic Team has continued to show their mighty talent! On Friday,January 24th, the team raced in their first home race of the season which was held during Waterbury Winterfest at Dac Rowe Field. Jordan Kulis was our top finisher, in which she placed 3rd overall for the Middle School division and 2nd for the Middle School girls. Wynne Plagge also competed in her first race of the season and did a marvelous job!
On Wednesday, January 29th, the skiers traveled to Craftsbury to take on Peoples Academy. It was a beautiful day and the course was fast! Our top finisher was Kyle-Marie Hekeler as she took home 1st place for the Middle School Girls and 2nd place overall for the Middle School division. Jordan Kulis finished 2nd for girls and 3rd overall. Wynne Plagge had another great competition finishing shortly behind Kyle-Marie and Jordan. Congratulations to Kyle-Marie, Jordan, and Wynne on a job well done! Keep up the hard work! The Middle School Nordic Team will be racing this week at Morse Farm and Colchester. If you have any questions about the Middle School Nordic Team, please contact Tara Cariano at firstname.lastname@example.org
Upcoming Dates of Note:
- Feb 5- Early Release Day- 11:50 dismissal today
- Feb 7- International Dinner - 6-8:30PM
- Feb 11- WDSD School Board meeting- 6PM- CBMS Library
- Feb 12- CBMS PTO meeting- 6:30PM- CBMS Library
- Feb 14- 7/8 Dance @ CBMS- 7-9PM
- Feb 20- Prodigy IDU Night (5PM start)
- Feb 21- Winter Carnival at CBMS today
- Feb 21- Trimester 2 last day
- Feb 21- March 4- Winter Break
- March 2- WDSD Annual School Meeting- 6PM- TBPS Library
- March 4- Town Meeting Day