Updated CBMS Spiritwear- click here to check it out and to place an order.
Got ice skates going unused? CBMS PE is looking for donations. Any and all styles and sizes most welcome, and specifically we are in need of another pair or two of men's sizes 4-12 hockey skates. Donations can be dropped off at the CBMS office, or give Dona a ring at 244-6100 to arrange pick-up.
PG-13 movies- You should expect that if any movie or movie clip from a PG-13 rated movie is to be shown in any class, you will be notified in advance.
Exchange students looking for host families for the remainder of the school year - Have you ever thought about hosting an exchange student? The Rotary Exchange Program is looking for a few host families to host exchange students for the rest of the 2018 school year. These students are at Harwood High School and are great kids . They need to be placed in a home within the Harwood school district. This can be a rewarding experience for the host family and the student! We are looking for new families for these students as soon as possible, although there is some flexibility. For more info or if you are just interested in getting more information for another time (the Rotary hosts students every year) please contact Ron Gulyas at email@example.com.
LL Bean Outdoor Discover School is coming to CBMS in late January. Offered by the YMCA, and open to all CBMS students... click here for more info.
iDefineMe- A Workshop for Parents Monday, January 29th, 2018 -
This workshop is for Adults Only – ALL Parents are Welcome!
(note- CBMS 7th and 8th graders will attend a presentation by this presenter in the morning of January 29th)
Today’s world impacts our children in ways unimaginable for previous generations. Consequently, old methods of communicating with kids seem inadequate. Trying to get through to our children can feel impossible. Often, they are searching for the definition of who they are through negative outlets. This leaves parents confused, searching for answers, and striving to have profound influence over their children
This workshop is designed to give parents a better understanding of the issues facing our children: drug and alcohol usage, vaping, the impact of technology (digital distraction), bullying, risky behavior, exposure to adult material, distracted driving, and several others. Armed with the knowledge of what your children face today, this program will provide effective methods of communication through an in-depth understanding of how children receive information and what motivates them to want to apply it.
Our speaker will incorporate real-life stories and examples from both his extensive law enforcement career working with youth and technology crime, as well as his experience as a parent and step-parent having raised seven children.
About Our Speaker - Andrew W. Donofrio
Andrew’s first career was in law enforcement, where he led a large and productive Computer Crimes Unit for the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office. After finishing that career, he started and continues to stay involved with a successful data assurance and IT security firm, Cyberology Consultants. After discovering how his passions for life long education, continual growth, and commitment to others can integrate beautifully into a new chapter in his life, Andrew decided to pursue his ultimate passions: speaking, strategic intervention, and coaching. Whether working with business owners, entrepreneurs, parents, college students or teens, Andrew leads people to discover their goals and construct plans for success. Combining his degree in psychology, years of experience in working with youth through law enforcement, Andrew has developed a unique approach to helping clients identify the obstacles and impediments that prevent them from succeeding. Most importantly, Andrew helps people recognize barriers that prevent them from being the best they can be and develop strategies to overcome such obstacles. Ultimately, he strives to help people not just achieve a life of success, but a life of fulfillment.
VTeen 4-H Science Pathways Cafe will be hosting its first teen science cafe on at the University of Vermont. Teen science cafes are a free, fun way for youth to explore science with local scientists through informal discussions and hands-on activities. And, there is always free food! These cafes are planned and run by teens for teens. Open to all youth in grades 7-12.The first cafe topic will be Astrobiology: Life Among the Stars with Hillary Emick who conducted her graduate research as part of the NASA Astrobiology Institute, a team of hundreds of scientists at dozens of universities around the country working to understand where else life could exist in the universe and how to find it. Register at go.uvm.edu/feb3teensciencecafe
For more information, contact Lauren Traister, 4-H Teen & Leadership Program Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or 802-888-4972 x 402.
to rip each other to pieces. After the children run away, the rival thieves must band together to rescue them. Featuring VYT TEEN COMPANY, VYT CHILDREN’S CORPS, plus GNOMES and LIGHT BRIGADE. Rehearsals in Waterbury, Montpelier, Barre beginning January 26. Director, Mary List-Wheeler; Choreographer, Taryn Noelle. Registration at: vermontyouththeater.com. Questions? Please email: email@example.com
Upcoming Dates of Note:
- Jan 24- HUUSD board meeting- 6pm- HU Library
- Jan 25- 5th/6th Grade Ecology Week Parent meeting- 6:30pm- Trish Feld Library
- Jan 26- Grades 7/8 Fun Night @ HUMS- 7-9pm
- Jan 29- iDefineMe Workshop for parents- HUHS- 6:30pm (7th and 8th graders attending an assembly at HUHS this morning)
- Feb 1 & 2- Winooski Valley 7th/8th Jazz Festival- HUHS
- Feb 1- Lynn Lyons speaking at Fayston Elementary School- 5:30pm
- Feb 5- Panel Presentation: Proficiency-based Grading & Reporting- HUHS Library- 6pm
- Feb 9- Team Titan to Flynn Theater to see "Pilobolus Shadowland" (modern dance) - 8:15-11am
- Feb 14- HUUSD board meeting- 6pm- HU Library
- Feb 16- Grades 7/8 Dance @ CBMS- 7-9pm (note this is a change from the original date on March 16)
- Feb 20- WWSU 5th-8th Chorus Night @ HUHS - 7pm (rehearsal that morning from 8-11:20)
- Feb 21- No Stowe Ski-Ride Program today
- Feb 21- HUUSD board meeting- 6pm- HU Library
- Feb 26-March 6- Winter Break (school resumes on Wednesday, March 7th)