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CM Schools will be following the Governor’s recommendation and closing all schools and facilities until April 13. If you need to contact any staff or administration please use their e-mails. Look for more information during this time under the COVID-19 link below

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DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS

Daily Announcements

March 31, 2020

 

***NEW ADDITIONS TO THE ANNOUCEMENTS***

C-M has amazing teachers and a fantastic group of kids to go with them!  Thanks to the community for helping grow these kids so well!

 

Calling all poets!  The America Library of Poetry is sponsoring a contest with lots of cash prizes.  Deadline is April 30th. Follow this link for more information:  https://www.libraryofpoetry.com/  

 

Students that signed up for Fall DMACC courses during the registration process please come see with Mrs. Martin Before the end of March

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Today’s Activities/Info:

Please check emails often for update.  As soon as we know anything we will let you know.

 

Meetings/Important Events Taking Place:

The Food Pantry Hours: 3:30-6:00 (2nd & 4th Wednesdays of the month) Use Door #5

Stay in your vehicle, someone will come to you.

 

Looking for Silver Cord hours?

Summer Harrison Barnes Reading Academy program that will be in 10 different locations this year, including Ames, Nevada, Huxley, Colo, and Story City. Harrison Barnes Reading Academy will run from June 15th through July 23rd. Works with students K-3 to prevent what is referred to as the "summer slide" or regression in the proficiency of reading and literacy skills over the summer break. Volunteers engage in reading and writing activities and games with students 2x/week for 45 minutes at a time over the course of 6 weeks.

 

The Belin-Blank Center is excited to announce that applications for  summer programming are now open! Summer programs take students on a deep dive into a topic of their choice with other bright kids like them and offer a wide range of rigorous classes to choose from, and most importantly, they are lots of fun! Programs include commuter and residential options for students in grades 2-11 in areas such as science, technology, math, art, writing, and leadership. They take place on the University of Iowa campus, giving students access to valuable university-level resources and experts. Participation in a school’s gifted program is not required. Payment plans and financial aid are available. Programs include:


*   Junior Scholars Academy (grades 2-8) 
*   Blank Summer Institute (grades 6-8; student must be nominated by a teacher) 
*   Perry Research Scholars Institute (grades 9-10) 
*   Secondary Student Training Program (grades 10-11) 
*   Summer Art Residency (grades 9-12) 
*   Summer Writing Residency (grades 9-12)

     

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Upcoming Athletic Events

 

To see all upcoming athletic events and any changes go to:

https://iowastarconference.org/public/genie/73/school/2497/

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Counselor Corner:

  • Build My Future April 15th-Please sign in Ms. Martin Office we would like to take a bus
  • Students that signed up for Fall DMACC courses during the registration process please come see with Mrs. Martin before the end of March

 

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