Thursday, May 12, 2016

May 13

Do you like to run? Come and celebrate the River of Light Parade through a local run to raise money for the parade.  On June 12th at CBMS, there is a 3-mile run and a 1-mile fun run. The registration is from 8:00 to 8:45AM, and the race starts at 9AM. The suggested donation will be $5 for kids and $10 for adults and -10 for families of 4 or more.  There will be a raffle and all the money goes to the River of Light Parade. The raffle costs will be included with the registration. There will be refreshments after the race and we will sell River of Light t-shirts at the race. This race is organized by Maisie Franke and Charlie Flint for a Brainado school project at CBMS. Thanks for your support!

Changes in the CBMS After-School Program. Club Cougar is transitioning to The Y Pod in 16/17! The YMCA will be running our after-school program in the coming school year, and details can be found at this link. Register soon, as space is limited!


Registration for all HU fall sports is now open through FamilyID.  HS Girls Soccer starts Aug 18, Football starts Aug 15, and all other Fall sports start Aug 22.

Vermont School Board of Education Approves WWSU Plans for School Merger, by Brigid Scheffert Nease, Superintendent. On April 19, 2016 at the Capital Plaza in Montpelier, the State Board of Education approved the plan submitted by the WWSU Study Committee to merge our existing seven school boards into one. As most taxpayers know by now, the WWSU Study Committee, Executive Board, and administration have been meeting twice a month for almost nine months studying this law and its ramifications. Act 46 requires supervisory unions to merge into one board with one budget in what Act 46 calls a "preferred structure" that serves grades Pre K-12. We can do this now, with some local choice along the way, and receive incentives, or we can sit back and wait until the Agency of Education(AOE) and State Board of Education(SBE) merge us anyway by 2019. Doing it later means doing it their way, without incentives and enduring other serious negative financial consequences for several years.  To read the full Op-Ed, visit this link.  

GMPA Offering Summer Camps & Classes- check out the E-community bulletin board


Toy Hacking Workshop at the Waterbury Public Library, Saturday, May 21, from 10 AM – 1 PM, for 9 -12 year olds.  Toy Hacking is a fun and playful way to learn how circuits work. Starting with used electronic toys, toy hackers carefully examine then safely take the toys apart to learn how they work. Participants explore both the simplicity and complexity of these toys and their unique circuits and are shown how to identify inputs, outputs and power. Kids will enjoy hands-on learning, experimenting, and creating by taking apart toys in this fun maker space program.  Space is limited – please call the library to register: 244-7036

Upcoming Dates of Note:
  • 2Nite- May 13th- Grades 7/8 Dance @ CBMS- 7-9PM
  • Week of May 16th- Team Quest takes SBAC tests
  • May 16-18- Grade 8 takes Science NECAPs
  • May 17th- CBMS PTO meeting- 6:30PM- CBMS Library
  • May 19th- Chorus Concert @ CBMS- 7PM
  • May 24th- HUHS Socrates Cafe- 6:30PM
  • May 26th- Band Concert @ CBMS- 7PM
  • May 30th- Memorial Day- no school today

1 comment:

  1. Besides not recognizing CBMS the Y says their license ends at age 12.

    Suggest this be clarified.

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