Auditions for our school musical, The Most Epic Birthday Party Ever are coming up in a few weeks. There will be an informational meeting for anyone interested in auditioning on website for the musical. For those of you interested in helping with tech (building/painting/lights/
sound/costumes) look for a meeting right after break! in the chorus room. More information can be found on the
Waterbury Winterfest starts tonight, and many of the activities will be of interest to students at CBMS! Events during the 10-day schedule include the Christmas Tree Bonfire and skating party, broom ball, Fun Run and micro-drone racing, Boy Scout adventure challenge, poetry slam, capture the flag, chess tournament, puppet show, snowshoeing, snowman building, sled hockey and snow football. The full schedule is here.
Join us for the next Community Socrates Café - Joslin Memorial Library in Waitsfield - Monday January 30 - 6:30- 8:00 PM - Discussion Question: Why Are We Afraid of People Who Are Different? 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 Joslin 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 Joslin 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 focus on searching for knowledge inherent in the Socrates Café format manifests the mission of libraries throughout history. The specific question of the January 30th café, with its emphasis on exploring issues that are important to people of all ages 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 Joy Worland, Joslin Librarian, at email@example.com or Katherine Cadwell, Harwood faculty member at firstname.lastname@example.org
5-week Parenting Course, focused on improving family bonding and reducing the risk of teenage drug use. Click here for details.
Upcoming Dates of Note
- Feb 2, 3- Winooski Valley Jazz Fest @ Harwood
- Feb 3- Semester 1 Progress Reports sent home via the Backpack Express
- Feb 11- PTO International Dinner- 5:30pm
- Feb 14- Jazz Night- CBMS and HUMS combined- 7pm - HU auditorium
- Feb 15- Feb 17- 5th & 6th grade basketball tournament @ CBMS - click here to sign up.
- Feb 16- Titan's Julius Caesar on stage- 8th grade performance- 5:30pm
- Feb 17- Titan's Julius Caesar on stage- 7th grade performance- 5:30pm
- Feb 21- Choral Festival @ HU- 5th-12th grade- 7pm concert
- Feb 22- No Stowe Ski-Ride/Winter Wednesday today, due to President's Week
- Feb 24- Last Day of Trimester 2
- Feb 25- March 7- School Break