CVMS MISSION STATEMENT:
“In partnership with students, parents, and community, the CVMS staff will educate our children to be successful lifelong learners and productive citizens.”
CVMS April 2015 Newsletter has been posted @ April 1, 2015. Enjoy.
CVMS has the right to search anyone that enters the campus when we have Reasonable Suspicion that the individual may have an item that is not allowed on campus in their possession.
Recording a fight or other Unauthorized Events on campus, or during the time the school is repsonsible for the students behaviors, will result in a suspension from school. If the unauthroized event ends up on social media the suspension maybe be extended.
The 2015-2016 CVMS Yearbooks are on sale for $40. Last year, we sold out early, so buy yours before it’s too late! To purchase yours, bring a check to the CVMS main office. If you'd prefer to pay by credit card or monthly installments, buy your copy online at http://jostensyearbook.com before we sell out.
Buy your yearbook online if you would like to PERSONALIZE your child’s yearbook. It gives you the chance to engrave their name onto the cover of the book in gold font. Don’t wait because books can only be personalized by January.
CVMS in the news.
Carson Valley Middle School National Junior Honor Society Students Bake Treats For Marines At Pickel Meadows
NJHS students baked 144 dozen brownies and cookies for the Marines. That's 1,728 treats! See link above for the news article and photo:
2015-2016 CVMS Girls' Basketball Team Rosters: (posted 8/19/2015 by 7:00PM)
2015-2016 School Year CVMS CALENDAR
- August 17 First Day of 2015-2016 School Year, classes begin 7:45AM
- August 28 Luau Dance 4-7:00PM
- September 1 After School Tutoring begins
- September 2 Picture day
- September 2 Back To School Night at CVMS
- September 7 Labor Day Holiday No School
- September 22 CVMS Flu Clinic 8:00AM-2:00PM A-3
Important Information from Nutrition Services for the 2015-2016 School Year:
Please update your email address in PowerSchool with your parent username and password to receive monthly newsletters and mass mailings from CVMS.
BULLYING AND CYBER-BULLYING IS PROHIBITED IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS: As required by NRS 388.139 and DCSC Administrative Regulation 543.
Please call 782-2265, ext. 2303 to make an appointment.
REGISTRATION for NEW STUDENTS: Students moving from a DCSD feeder elementary school are already registered. New students planning on attending CVMS in the 2015-2016 school-year will begin making appointments for registration on Friday, July 31, 2015. Please call 782-2265, ext. 2303 to make an appointment.
Note: The following documents are required for registration:
- birth certificate,
- record of immunizations,
- transcript or last report card,
- copy of your student’s IEP, if applicable.
- proof of residency
- registration packet
Please have these documents at registration, as failure to do so will delay the process. Your student will be asked to take a series of tests to help determine placement, so please plan on your student's participation in 2-3 hours of testing. A return appointment will be made with the counselor to make your student’s schedule.
ABSENCE: This is a friendly reminder regarding your student’s attendance for 2014-2015 school year. All absences must be cleared within three school days of your student returning to school, or the absence will be considered a truancy. If you have knowledge of an absence ahead of time, please complete a PRE-ARRANGED ABSENCE FORM and submit the completed form to the attendance office. Thank you. The CVMS Attendance Office number is 775-782-2265 x2302
TRUANCY: This is a friendly reminder regarding your student’s attendance for 2014-2015 school year. All absences must be cleared within three school days of your student returning to school, or the absence will be considered a truancy. If the absence is still within in the three days of your student returning to school please contact the school site to clear the absence. If the absence is over three days please contact, R. Smalley DCSD County Truancy Coordinator, at 775-392-1475. All truancies will be considered by the Truancy Coordinator only. Douglas County School Board AR Policy 504AR:
HALL ACCESS: Students are not allowed in the CVMS main halls (A, B, and C) until the 7:30 bell rings. They can go to the library, MPR, or the gym prior to that time.
TUTORING/SUPERVISION Before Athletic Events: if you or your child stays for an athletic event, and we hope they do, they will need to attend tutoring prior to the event. We do not want unsupervised students on campus prior to the 3:00PM game. This is a great opportunity for them to stay on campus and complete homework, make-up missing assignments, or read in a tutoring session from 2:15PM-2:50PM. Thanks for your cooperation.
ADDITIONALLY, if a student stays at school for an after-school event they must be at that event. Students are not allowed to be in other parts of the school after-school, unsupervised.
CVMS 2014-2016 7th and 8th SPORTS: A student must have a CURRENT physical on file in the front office to tryout and participate in a sport at CVMS. If you are an 8th grader and you had a current physical for the 2015-2016 school year you should be good. If you have not participated in a sport at CVMS you need to have a current physical on file at school. If you are not sure please check with the front office.
7th-8th grade girls basketball open gym will be on the following dates:
August 12,13,14 in the main gym from 3-4:30. You do not have to have a current physical on file, but athletes will have to have an athletic packet, and physical on file at CVMS prior to the 1st tryout day.
Tryouts for the 7th and 8th grade teams will be on August 18th-20th from 3:00-5:00pm in the main gym.
For more information, contact Mr. Huff at firstname.lastname@example.org or Mr. Emm at email@example.com
BACKPACK BUDDY PROGRAM: CVMS has implemented a new program called The Back Pack Buddy Program. We recognize the economic changes that have occured in this community and it's direct impact on many of our students. In partnership with staff donations and community sponsors we are able to to provide food to students that would otherwise go hungry over a weekend. If you are inclined to assist with this endeavour we are accepting items for the program. A short list of items would include the following items; instant oatmeal, canned soup, canned meat, fruit cups, microwave popcorn, fruit roll-ups, trail mix, and peanut butter. We will see that these items get to the appropriate students. Thanks. A complete list of suggested "Back Pack" foods is linked here.
Anticipate cold and snow: IN THE EVENT OF AN EMERGENCY CLOSURE: As part of the Douglas County School District’s communication protocol whenever there is an emergency or school closure parents and the community are encouraged to access the DCSD website: www.dcsd.k12.nv.us for specific information and updates. Information is placed on the district's website as soon as it’s available. Snow Day Informational Flyer for DCSD Valley Schools