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1 COMMUNITY HOUSE MIDDLE SCHOOL Student Success By
6th Open House 2013

2 Key People To Know… Ms. Jamie Brooks – Principal Mr. Neumann – Bus questions Ms. Dawn Baker – 6th Counselor Ms. Angela McKenzie – 6th Administrator Ms. Kelly Bagwell, Ms. Angela Stewart and Ms. Kelly Hoagland – front office and and Ms. Maureen Milano-Raucci – Registrar/Immunization Questions Follow us on

3 About Community House Middle School
Over 94% of our students are at or above grade level on EOG and EOC tests School of High Growth** Outstanding Fine Arts Program Award winning Band/Orch, Chorus, OM, Chess Numerous HS Credit course offerings Club opportunities Accomplished Staff

4 Student Demographics 1630 Students – from over 40 different countries of origin! 62 % White 13 % African American 10 % Hispanic 14% Asian Growing daily…..

5 BLOCK SCHEDULE Schedules were sent earlier this week
Students take 4 core classes per year: Language Arts, Math, Science & Social Studies. Students take 4 semesters of electives per year. They rotate on an A-Day/B-Day basis. All students take PE/Health for a semester. Enrichment daily from 3:45pm – 4:15pm Homework zone, study hall, relooping, reading time, character education, “Teen Time”

6 A Typical Day AT Our “House”
Arrival – not before 8:45am Lockers (rental fee and form come home day one) First Block – Academics Second Block – Academics and Lunch Lunch with 2nd block teacher beginning at 10:50am Third Block – Academics Fourth Block – Electives Enrichment – 4:15pm Car riders and ASEP first, buses called by grade level, walkers last

7 SCHEDULE CHANGES Will only be done for clear errors in LA and/or Math placement** An error with Band/Orchestra An error with EC/Inclusion All requests MUST be placed in writing to the grade level counselor Elective change requests will result in your child being placed on a Wait List

8 Ways We Communicate Student Planners – 9/4 Weekly Courier Connect Ed
Link under school resources Connect Ed Teacher Wiki Pages Parent Portal PowerSchool - login info mailed

9 HONORING ACADEMIC TIME
Protecting class time for ALL students is a top priority. For early dismissals - To limit interruptions, please send a note with your child indicating the time you will arrive; have your child bring the note directly to the office. Please be prompt. Minimize “deliveries”(lunch deliveries – you will need to sign in at the main office and take the labeled lunch to the cafeteria) Call the GLA for emergency situations

10 HONORING ACADEMIC TIME
Students must be in the classroom from bell to bell. Please no early dismissals after 3:45pm Tardies will not be acceptable – any block; on third unexcused tardy, consequences will begin Allow time for Traffic – if late, you will have to park and come to the office to sign your child into school

11 HONORING DISCIPLINE, ORDER AND SAFETY
Visitor badges – Buzzer and Camera system coming Student IDs Students only released to person on emergency blue card – please return these to school School-Wide Discipline Plan Rights and Responsibilities Handbook enforced equitably – access via CMS website Dress Code – no racerback tanks or yoga pants Cell Phone/Electronics Policy (BYOT*)

12 HONORING PROFESSIONALISM
Communication protocol – we have 547 6th grade students Always start with the teacher Grade Level Counselor or Administrator Make appointments Parent Conference Day is Tuesday; call or Ms. Baker

13 CHMS – Get Involved!! Extracurricular Activities Offered:
Sports (not until 7th grade) Fine Arts Band/Orchestra Chess Club, OEX, NAL, Science Olympiad, Math Counts, Battle of the Books – KIDS need to listen to AM Announcements for info We want your child to get involved

14 Middle School – things to monitor
Monitor the internet!! https://docs.google.com/document/d/117Ox8Hj2gCrM1rEWOcJfg-V288qu-oh_02nUkPIZNfA/edit?usp=sharing Sudden personality changes Change in eating habits Withdrawn Monitor peer selection – set limits – be careful with “you can’t hang out with…” Monitor cell phone usage/texts Call Ms. Baker or Ms. McKenzie with any concerns

15 A few last notes… Medication forms – see Angela Stewart in the office
School Supply lists – if any additional supplies are needed, teachers will let you know T dap Immunization by 9/24*** Welcome Week Dance PTO packet – Capital Campaign – No $$ collection until the second day of school Drama and Orchestra will be in A14 Foreign Languages will be in Media Center Journalism and Ms. Christensen are not here this afternoon Gym is inaccessible PE Uniforms and spirit wear on sale in the aux gym – school spirit day on August 28 Carvel in lobby Make sure your child knows how he/she is getting home tomorrow Morrison YMCA bus is 1691 request a stop for your child online

16 COMMUNITY HOUSE MIDDLE SCHOOL
EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION IS OUR PRIMARY FOCUS – We are so excited to serve you and your children! COMMUNITY HOUSE MIDDLE SCHOOL


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