October 2020 News


October 30th, 2020

Curbside Food Distribution – November 2020

The CMCSS Child Nutrition department will alter its curbside food distribution days the week of Election Day and the week of Thanksgiving. Please see the alternate pick-up dates below. All curbside food distribution will take place at the elementary schools.

Friday, October 30: Distribution from 1 – 2 pm will include eight meals for include Saturday, Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday meals. (Virtual and Traditional students)

Monday, November 2: No meal distribution. Traditional students will be in a remote learning model and not report to in-person school. 

Wednesday, November 4: Distribution from 1 – 2 pm will include six meals for Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. (Virtual students)

Friday, November 6: Distribution from 1 – 2 pm will include four meals for Saturday and Sunday. (Virtual and Traditional students)

The week of November 9 – 13 will operate as normal with Monday and Friday distribution.

The week of November 16 – 20 will operate as normal with Monday and Friday distribution.

Monday, November 23: Distribution from 1 – 2 pm will include fourteen meals to cover Monday – Sunday. (Virtual and Traditional students)

The week of November 30 – December 4 will operate as normal with Monday and Friday distribution.


October 20th, 2020

Student Athlete Forms 2020-21 Updated

These are the forms needed for students to participate in sports in 2020-21.

 

Those interested in volleyball must turn in forms to Coach Grant by October 30.

 

Covid Waiver

Concussion Protocol

Physical Form

Sudden Cardiac Form


October 8th, 2020

Parent Resources from our Counseling Center

Each year we are challenged with the task of addressing this question from you, parents/guardians…“what can I do to help my student/child”.  We never have a concrete “answer”, but we do always try to provide resources you can use, to guide and assist you as you deal with the variety of issues you are facing.  The resources listed below, provide information on topics such as, parent involvement, parent/teacher communication and teaching tips.

 

Please see below for a link to brochures that cover a range of topics, including:

 

Parent Involvement – “It’s Never Too Late to Get Involved”

Parent involvement to increase school success – “Ways Busy Parents Can Help Children Succeed in School”

Parent involvement in problem solving – “What to Do if Your Child is Having a Problem in School”

Parent and Teacher relationships – “How to Work with your Child’s teacher”

Parents as Teachers – “Parents are Teachers Too”

Parent Tips to help the Student – “Teachers Learning Secrets to Use at Home”

These brochures can be viewed or even printed out for future reference. If you have any concerns a counselor can help you with, feel free to call the school at 931-648-5665 and ask for the counseling center.

 

http://www.parent-institute.com/ep/?X02775003