Middle School (7/8)
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- Science Curriculum Showcase - 5/3/19
Our community is invited to the Curriculum Showcase for Middle School NGSS (Next Generation Science Standards). This will be held in the Gibbons Room at the CMP Central Administration Office on Thursday, May 30th, 2pm-4pm.
During this meeting, we will be showcasing the two NGSS curricula that were piloted this year for CMP’s Middle School program. CMP piloted TCI and Amplify, both California Department of Education approved curricula, and both are filled with rich and rigorous experiences for the students. Student and teacher materials for both TCI and Amplify will be available for stakeholder review and input as the meeting.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Middle School Teacher & Dean of Students
CMP American River Campus
Phone Number: (916) 864-0081
- GRAD GRAMS on sale 5/17!
MS students will sell grams in the mornings, at Kinder pick up, and after school for $1 and $5. Order now before they run out! Click here for the flyer!
- DRESS CODE REMINDER
As the weather warms up, please review the DRESS CODE guidelines with your student--shorts must be LONG, to fingertips and shoulders must be covered. DRESS CODE POLICY is attached here!
- Pine Hill Orchard Field Trip - 5/22
- State Theater, Auburn Field Trip - 5/24
- Pictures needed for MS Yearbook
Please email any great pictures from our middle school events to Ms. Lindsay: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- SEVERE FOOD ALLERGY NOTIFICATION
SEVERE FOOD ALLERGY
This notice is intended to alert the families of the Middle School classrooms that students in your child’s class have a severe allergy to peanuts and/or ALL tree nuts (i.e. almonds, cashews, pecans, pistachios, hazelnuts, pine nuts, etc.). Their reaction can be anaphylactic, meaning that just contacting or inhaling dust of these foods or food residues can trigger a life threatening reaction for them. We would appreciate your cooperation in regard to the following:
- Please refrain from packing products containing nuts in lunches or snacks. We understand that this can be challenging, but minimizing the chance for exposure is the best prevention.
- If your child has a nut product for breakfast, please emphasize the importance of thorough hand and face washing prior to entering the classroom.
- Discuss this situation with your student so that they can develop safe habits and consideration for their classmates.
- Please refrain from bringing class snacks or treats containing nuts or those “manufactured in a facility that also processes peanuts or tree nuts” when bringing foods intended for the whole class. It is not difficult to find alternative food choices and the labels are clearly stated as required by law.
By working together and adhering to these guidelines, we will provide a safe environment for all of our students. Please feel free to contact your teacher or the office staff if you have any questions.
We sincerely thank you for your cooperation!