Thursday, April 26, 2018

April 27

From CBMS Nurse Marilyn Geiger:  Happy Spring Crossett Brook Families!  At last some warm weather is starting to make an appearance, and along with that comes increased tick exposure. Avoiding tall brushy areas and doing a careful check after outdoor play are good measures to reduce the chance of a tick bite. For more detailed information on tick exposure please contact Marilyn for a free booklet from the Vermont Department of Health.

Yearbooks are on sale! $23.95 for a hardcover or $17 for a paperback copy. Use this link to place an order using a credit card, or fill out this order form and return with payment to Shannon Tremblay. Checks can be made out to CBMS Yearbook. Yearbooks will be ready for pick up the beginning of June. Email Shannon Tremblay at with any questions. Remember, for every yearbook we sell, TreeRing will plant a tree!

Parents of 7th Graders - Lift-Up Letter Project deadline coming up!  Thanks for taking the time to participate, and for encouraging your family members and those close to your 7th-grader, to do so as well. Letter to Parents 2018   Jen Hempey, School Counselor

8th Grade Parents (this was e-mailed to your 8th grader's CBMS account as well) Each year, the American Legion sponsors awards that are handed out at the 8th Grade Recognition Assembly. The application for these awards require written essays, with a deadline for submission of June 5th. Details can be found on this document.

Before Spring Break, Hannah's House presented Dr. Paul Foxman, author of "The Worried Child - Recognizing Anxiety in Kids & Teens and Helping Them Cope".  This session was taped by MRTV- click here to access.  

Do you have a 4th grader going to CBMS next year, and interested in playing a band instrument?  There will be a demo/sign up night at CBMS, would feature a quick demo of available instruments followed by instrument try outs.  An Ellis Music company representative be on hand to get parents signed up with instrument rentals. Instruments to be delivered to CBMS in late August, before school starts.   Monday 6/4, demo night at CBMS Cafeteria, 2 sessions at 5:45 and 6:30 PM 

The Harwood Varsity Boys' and Girls' basketball coaches will be offering a basketball camp for all 2nd through 9th graders (as of fall 2018) The camp will run the week of 6/25-6/29 at Harwood Union High School. Each camp will be capped at 30 participants. Early drop off and/or late pick up is available from 7:30-5:00.  Campers will attend the camp for the grade entering in August of 2018
8:00-11:00 2nd - 4th grade boys and girls
11:00-2:00 5th - 9th grade girls
2:00-5:00 5th - 9th grade boys
If you would like an camp application, click here or email Tommy Young at

Pasta Dinner to help out the Wallace Family - The Wallace Farm, along with Rosina and Kay, has been an integral part of the Waterbury Community for decades.   On April 1 they tragically lost their home, barns and livestock in a fire. The Waterbury Fire Department and other local organizations would like to help by pulling our community together and raise some funds for them.  Let’s get them back home.

SEATING 4:30, 5:30, 6:30
Click here to sign up online
or call 244-5729 to make a reservation

Got outdated prescription drugs hanging around your house? This Saturday is a Vermont Drug Take Back Day. Details are here.

8th Grade Parents- The Harwood Booster Club is looking for new members.  Details can be found here.  

Upcoming Dates of Note:
  • May 2- Brainado Day #4 
  • May 4- Vermont Arbor Day 
  • May 4- LCDA Children's Honor Choir Festival 
  • May 8- CBMS PTO meeting- 6:30pm 
  • May 9- Brainado Day #5 
  • May 9- HUUSD Board meeting- 6pm @ HUHS 
  • May 11- Little Mermaid, Jr on stage- 7pm 
  • May 12- Little Mermaid, Jr on stage- 7pm 
  • May 13- Mother's Day 
  • May 16- Sharenado (school day) 
  • May 17- Sharenado (public) - 5:30-6:30pm 
  • May 17- Spring Chorus Concert- grades 5-8- 7:00pm 
  • May 23- HUUSD School Board meeting- 6pm @ HUHS 
  • May 24- Spring Band Concert- grades 5-8- 7:00pm 
  • May 28- Memorial Day- No School Today

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