Date: Saturday, February 11, 2017
Time: 6:00 - 8:30 PM
Place: CBMS cafetorium
Suggested Donation: $5 per person or $20 per family
CLICK HERE to sign up to bring a dish! Remember – we ask that all ingredients be listed on your dish. Thank you in advance for contributing to this special evening. If you are interested in giving a 10-minute presentation to highlight a country or cultural custom important to you, please contact Pam Clapp at 802-522-6755 or email@example.com. Suggested donation at the door is $5 per person and $20 per family. All donations go to the CBMS-PTO Fund to support their ongoing mission of enriching education, engaging community and enhancing connections. If you don’t have time to cook, just come! All are welcome! QUESTIONS? Georgiana Birmingham @ 802-279-9301 /firstname.lastname@example.org or Pam Clapp @802-522-6755 /email@example.com
Huge thanks to Shaw's Supermarket for their "We Love Our Schools" grant of $400 to the help grow the CBMS Sustainability Program!
We are excited to announce that we will again offer the middle level program for Girls on the Run called Heart and Sole. The program will run from March 20th until the 5k in Essex on Saturday, June 3rd. The program runs ten weeks and we will meet Tuesday/Friday from 2:30-4:00. Online registration will open . Space is limited and expected to fill fast. Girls on the Run has changed their fee structure this year. In addition, we have received a very generous grant from the CBMS PTO to reduce participant fees. Final costs will depend on the number of participants but are expected to be as follows:
Participants eligible for free lunch: $10
Participants eligible for reduced lunch: $35
Regular fee: $75
The above fees include all 20 after school sessions, registration for 5k, and a t-shirt.
Please email Melinda at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
CBPA (Crossett Brook Pride Alliance) Movie Time - The CBPA is going to show the movie In & Out, rated pg-13, next Friday, 2/17 for Pizza and Pride. Thank-you to Zachary's for donating the pizza for this event!
Spring round of student-led conferences will be scheduled on Thursday, April 6 & Thursday, April 13, between 3 and 6pm. Scheduling over 2 afternoon/evenings will allow smaller numbers of simultaneous conferences, which should allow for more teacher/family interaction. This topic was a clear theme from the parent surveys from the Fall round of conferences
Do you learn by doing?
Fly, code, fight fires, design and build or launch a business.
Try one of our hands-on camps and have fun! Camps/institutes are for middle and high school students.
(overnight camps - for girls entering 9th -10th grades with follow-on mentorships - Randolph Center Campus)
Coder Camp for Girls:
(day camp - for girls entering 8th-10th grades – and mentorships -Williston Campus)
(day camp - for boys & girls - ages 12-18 - Williston Campus)
Upcoming Dates of Note
- 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 21- Choral Festival @ HU- 5th-12th grade- 7pm concert
- Feb 22- No Stowe Ski-Ride/Winter Wednesday today, due to President's Week. Brainado kicks off this afternoon.
- Feb 24- Last Day of Trimester 2
- Feb 25- March 7- School Break