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Chiefland girls softball team wins their third Class 1A State Title 


Mr. Dettloff has record books and summary sheets for all animals. Please come by and pick one up. They will need to be completely filled out in order to be signed.

If you are needing an FFA jacket for the county fair, I will make my final order on Feb 23rd. Jackets are $55 and if you need a scarf for girls please add $10 or a tie for a boy please add $12.

Aquaculture Practices will be on Mondays from 3:30pm


Please congratulate Sydney Allen, she placed 1st in the Florida Regional Soil and Water Conservation Speech Contest on Tuesday in Jacksonville, Fl. Sydney will now move on to compete in the state speech contest. Good luck Sydney!


Congratulations to our Lady Indians!  District Runner-up.  The girls travel to Ft. Meade, Thursday.


Congratulations to our Lady Indians!  District Runner-up. 

Regional Championship and head to Vero Beach this week!


May 17 Early Release

May 17 FBLA Banquet

May 19 – Seniors last day – Senior Farewell Walk @ 12:30 p.m. to begin at the elementary school - Middle and high school will follow upon students return - more to come

FAIR #3 in May

Baccalaureate – May 21, 2017 – 7:00 Pine Grove Baptist Church

This is NOT a school-related event; we are just providing the date for those who’ve requested.

May 22 Academic Awards at 6:00 p.m. in Auditorium

May 23-26 Final Exams

May 25  Middle School Awards 6:00 p.m.

Graduation – Friday, May 26, 2017 @ 8 p.m. – football field (this is later in the evening than in recent years)


MS Middle School Student of the MONTH

Bryanna Martinez

Bryana Martinez is an 8th grader at CMHS. Bryana is a very respectful, hardworking student.  She takes honors classes.  She is very dedicated to her school work.  She is liked by per peers.  Outside of school she is a very talented dancer.  Bryana is someone you can count on to complete any task that you give to her.  We are blessed to have her as a student at Chiefland Middle

HS April Student of the MONTH

Draymone Battles

Draymone Battles is Chiefland High School's student of the month for April.  Draymone is  a hard-working 10th graders at CHS who always goes above and beyond to ensure his work is done and that he understands the content.  He is truly focused on his education and wants to be successful in school and life.  Draymone is very respectful to teachers and students alike. He's always willing to lend a helping hand when someone is in need.  He's an active member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and can be depended on to help his sponsor/teacher.  Draymone has extraordinary work ethic for a young man his age, and he is a stand out role model for his peers.



1.         Baccalaureate Talent

·         If interested, try out on Thursday, May 4th in the auditorium promptly at 3:00. 

2.        Voting for Baccalaureate speakers



Will be done through American Government classes or the front office for those not enrolled in Am Government on Tuesday, April 11th.

3.        Graduation speeches

·         A copy will be due to Ms. Corbin by May 10th

·         Speeches should be 3-5 minutes

·         You should be practicing on your own.

4.        Senior Scholarship Night

·         Monday, May 8th at 7 p.m. in the auditorium

·         Meet and mingle for donors and recipients at 6 p.m. in the media center

·         Invitations for those receiving a scholarship will be handed out prior

·         Hand written thank you notes must be written by all recipients and turned in to Ms. Corbin by Friday, May 12th

5.        Senior Academic Awards

·         Wednesday, May 17 (Early Release)  8:15-10:00

·         Invitations will be passed out

6.        Senior checklists (all items must be cleared before graduation)

·         Distributed on Monday, May 8th

·         All sheets are due to Ms. Corbin on or before Friday, May 12

·         All items must be cleared to be able to walk at graduation

7.        Senior exams: May 15th will be a regular school day.  Students will take the 7th period exam during 6th & 7th period times.

·         May 15th 7th period exam (1:05-2:49)

·         May 16th Periods 1 and 2 (8:00-9:37 & 9:41-11:45)

·         May 17th NO EXAMS (Early Release)

·         May 18th Periods 3-4 (8:00-9:37 & 9:41-11:45)

·         May 19th Periods 5-6 (8:00-9:37 & 9:41-11:45)

Locations for testing will be announced later. Any student who does not take an exam as scheduled will not be allowed to walk at graduation

8.        Senior walk:

·         Friday, May 19th~ Students will receive caps and gowns on that day. 

·         Seniors will be bused to CES to walk the halls.  No personal transportation will be allowed. 

·         Students will load the bus at the Ag shop and dress in cap and gown there.  You do not have to dress up under the gown for the senior walk.

·         Balloons will be sold through DRAMA and distributed for the walk when seniors return from CES

9.        Baccalaureate:

·         Sunday, May 21st @ 7 p.m. at Pine Grove Baptist Church

·         Students should arrive at 6 and meet in the fellowship hall in the back of the church

·         Arrive in your cap and gown and follow dress code underneath

10.     Senior Breakfast at Beef’s


·         Wednesday, May 24th at 8:30

·         Senior Students ONLY

·         Graduation Practice will follow immediately after

11.     Graduation Practice:

·         Wednesday, May 24th after breakfast

·         Thursday, May 25th at 8:30.

·         Friday, May 26th (TBD)

·         Practice is MANDATORY.  Failure to attend means you WILL NOT WALK

12.     Graduation Dress Code:

·         Men: Wear dark dress pants or khakis. Wear light colored button up collared shirt.  Black or brown dress shoes.

·         Ladies: Dresses should be worn that follow school code (not too revealing when the gown is removed).  Dress flats, sandals or wedges are encouraged.  Please remember the ground is not a flat surface.  We wouldn’t want anyone to fall entering or exiting the stage. Dresses should be shorter than the gown.

·         Caps must NOT be decorated.  The administration will not allow a student with a decorated cap to participate in the graduation walk.

 Career Fair Pictures

CMHS Business Academy and FBLA

presents at Career Fair

Student Run Business

Accounting and Graphic Design students are gearing up to run a Graphic Designing business.

If you wish to sign up please see Ms. Christina Smith or e-mail her at

Senior 2017 NEWS

     Senior Cruise – If you’ve seen or heard information about a “Senior Cruise,” please note that this is NOT a school-related event in any way.  The school is NOT organizing or chaperoning this event.


·         Questions?  Ask your Senior Class Officers (Jaylyn, Skylar, Kaylee, Kirnae, Shania, and Jessica) or your sponsors (Stephanie Parks [352-262-6354] and Darby Allen [352-221-0625]).

·         PLEASE ask to join Senior Class 2017 on Facebook for updates!  

May 2017

A class photo will be taken before graduation ceremony as well as individual photos as you receive your diplomas. Order forms will be available at graduation practice.

Remember, early submissions ensure your space. Missing deadlines guarantees your exclusion. See Mrs. Flemming if you have any questions.


We would like to announce the top ten for the class of 2017. 

10 – Elana Richardson

 9 – Jessica Ivey

 8 – Pat Telgen

 7 – Emily Hallman

 6 – Caleigh Robinson

 5 – Annie Tolentino

 4 – Caleb Hardee


Bailey Beauchamp

Co Valedictorians: Jacob Edison and Bing Ling Dong

Congratulations, to the Top Ten Seniors!    


Updated: 5/17/2017


Contact Us
High School Contact Info
808 N. Main St.
Chiefland, Florida 32626
Phone: (352) 493-6000
Fax: (352) 493-6018
Middle School Contact Info
811 NW 4th Drive
Chiefland, Florida 32626
Phone: (352) 493-6025
Fax: (352) 493-6048
Critical Incident Plan
October 18, 2016 Parent Night 
Chiefland Local Date and Time


MHS Mission Statement

We, the faculty of Chiefland Middle High School, believe our purpose is to challenge and prepare students to become productive, responsible citizens.  We will encourage students within a caring and challenging community to set achievable goals and strive to reach these goals through personal excellence


Parent access to student grades

 Parents with access can view their child's grades online through Skwyward Family Access.

Parents may come to the school to pick up their log in information and directions on how to access the site.   See Parents tab above for the link.

When requesting access, everyone must produce photo identification. 

Teacher of the Year
Kim Baker
ESP of the Year
Lori Barker