Chariho Middle News

Dear CMS Community,  


-January 20-Martin Luther King Day- No School

-January 24- Second Marking Period closes

-February 5- School Improvement Team- 3:30 to 5:00 pm CMS Library

 -February 13- Early Release Day- CMS students dismissed at 12:45

-February 14-17- No School

-National Junior Honor Society- Informational Meeting Monday, February 24th in the CMS library

 -CMS Reading Week- February 24-28th

-March 4- PTO Meeting- 7:00 pm CMS Library

-National Junior Honor Society Students are coordinating an amazing recycling program at Chariho Middle School in conjunction with Crayola. It’s called Crayola Color Cycle – devised to repurpose used markers rather than sending them to landfills! The Crayola Color Cycle program has repurposed more than 70 tons of expended markers in the United States and Canada since 2013, and uses the most advanced plastic conversion technologies available today to make wax compounds for asphalt and roofing shingles as well as to generate electricity that can be used to heat homes, cook food, and power vehicles. Throughout the year NJHS Students will be collecting used markers. Please help support our efforts by sending your old dried out markers, highlighters and dry erase markers (even non-Crayola brands) into school with your child. Drop-off boxes will be located around the school for your child to deposit the markers. Thank you for supporting us in turning markers into energy! Mrs. Sousa

-Clinic News- Get a head start on your spring cleaning! We are in need of donations of clothes & sneakers at CMS. When going through your children's closets please consider donating to the clinic! Any donation would be greatly appreciated and may save you a trip to the school to bring in extra clothes if your child is in need! 

Carrie Anne Hokeness, RN MSN 

Chariho Regional Middle School

P: 401) 315-2822F: (401) 223-4843

-Rhode Island Student Assistance Services- Please see attached parent newsletter.

-Peanut/Tree nut free school- Peanut/Tree nut free school- CMS is a completely peanut/tree nut free school. We request that anyone entering CMS, not bring any peanut/tree nut products into the school. If a student brings in a peanut/tree nut product and it has not been opened, we will request that the student bring the product to their locker and home at the end of the day. If the student has opened the product during snack or lunch, we will request that the student throw the product away. A substitute food item will be offered. We will not be inspecting snack/lunches or reviewing ingredients. We also, will not be restricting items that may have been produced in a factory that may not be peanut/tree nut free.  Some classrooms may require further actions such as hand washing, etc. Students in these rooms will receive additional directions and support for the safety of all students. Due to allergies, we ask that you reinforce with your children that no one should share food items.  

-Remember forever. Purchase a yearbook today for just $28! The 2019-2020 CMS yearbook will include ALL grades. The final deadline for purchasing a yearbook is April 1st. Yearbooks can only be purchased online and MUST be pre-ordered. To purchase today, click here.
-Submit your photos for the yearbook! The yearbook staff invites students and parents to submit photos for the yearbook. If you’ve got great photos of school events, we’d like to see them! The yearbook staff will review all photos and determine final yearbook content. Click here to upload photos or download the ReplayIt app from Jostens. 

-Daily Bulletin- If you want to read what was stated at CMS during the morning announcements, please go to PowerSchool and click on Daily Bulletin for a highlight of the morning announcements.

Have a great, long weekend,

Greg and Mary Beth

"CMS will teach, target, and transform our school community”


Jan 2020 Parent Newsletter.pdf 





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