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DON”T FORGET TO GRAB A BREAKFAST AND GO!

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CONGRATULATIONS!
Teacher of the Year
Valerie Perez
ESP of the Year
Joy Meeks
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HOSA NEWS!

The health academy is collecting old blue jeans to recycle for homeless people in our area. Please drop off any unwanted jeans to the front office or Mrs. Beauchamp's room. The collection ends Feb 10th.

A big congratulations to the HOSA District 2 winners from Saturdays competition.
1st place EMT skills and knowledge-Bill Rieff and Dilan Jones
2nd place EMT skills and knowledge-Hanniah Woods & Joli Birchfield
1st place CPR and first aide skills and knowledge-David Hallman & Ryan Martin
3rd place Medical Reading-Natalia Prince
1st place Extemporaneous Writing-Randi Williams
2nd place Prepared Speaking-Tiffany Hightower
1st place Medical Spelling-Faith Ann McLellan
2nd place Extemporaneous Health Display-Annie Tlentino
These students will compete at State Convention in Orlando this March.

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Math Tutoring

Mrs. Plemmons classroom  - Monday/Wednesday

Dr. Mitchell's classroom - Tuesday/Thursday

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Jan. 26                Lafayette JVB/VB                                                  6:00/7:30

Jan. 23, 27, & 29                     SMAC Tournament                             Williston

Jan. 27 Bronson JVG/VB                   away                       5:30/7:30              4:30

Jan. 27-31                   Girls District tournament (Newberry)       TBD        

January 28, 2015 Early Reslease

THE MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL MEDIA CENTERS--WILL BE HOSTING A BOOKFAIR DURING LITERACY WEEK FROM JANUARY 26-30. PLEASE STOP BY AND SUPPORT YOUR SCHOOL MEDIA CENTER. All Proceeds Will Go Towards The Purchase Of New Books

Jan. 30                Lafayette JVG/VB  away                       6:00        7:30

Celebrate CTE (Career and Technical Education) Month-February

SENIORS: Cap and gown pictures will be taken on Feb. 3rd in the media center. Last names beginning with A-M 1st period; N-Z 2nd period. Ladies, please wear a v-neck top. Gentlemen, please bring a white shirt with a collar and a black tie. Caps and gowns will be provided. There is no sitting fee. Check in with your teacher BEFORE going to the media center.

Feb. 3-7                       Boys District tournament (Williston)         TBD

February 2, 2015 No School-District In-service

FFA Chili Cook-Off Friday, February 13, 2015 - 5:00pm to 6:00pm, click her for more information. Cake auction after Chili Cook-off

2015-2016 Beta Induction is on February 18th, an Early Release day.  Starting on Tuesday, the 20th of January, please bring your report card and 25.00 dollars to Mrs. Williams to sign up for the Beta Induction Ceremony.  $15.00 of the $25.00 goes to the National Beta Club and 10 of it stays, here, in our school club for future projects.

Induction Ceremony will begin at 8:30, refreshments will be served.  If a parent would like to join you, please make sure he or she goes by the office for an On-Campus Visitation sticker.

February 25    SAT

GRAB A BREAKFAST AND GO!

DON”T FORGET TO GRAB A BREAKFAST AND GO!

This is such a great program for our school. Please remind students to grab a breakfast in order for us to continue to provide this free service.READ MORE


Math Tutoring

Mrs. Plemmons classroom  - Monday/Wednesday

Dr. Mitchell's classroom - Tuesday/Thursday


January High School Teacher of the Month

Congratulations to the January High School Teacher of the Month, Mrs. Valerie Perez. Students said the following about her:

Mrs. Perez really reaches out to her students to keep them on the correct path. She truly cares about her student’s well-being and works really hard and puts in tons of effort with everything she does on campus.

January Middle School Teacher of the Month

SGA students have nominated Mrs. Kimberly Baker as January’s Teacher of the Month.  Mrs. Baker always tries to find a way to help us.  I remember last year when we made flashcards for the end of the course exam and how much they helped us.  Mrs. Baker is a very generous person.  She not only cares about our grades she also cares about us.

 Congratulations Mrs. Baker.

January Student of the Month 

Congratulations to the High School Student of the Month - Randi Williams She was voted by the faculty and staff from the following teacher nomination, they had this to say this about Randi. “I love the fact that she "stands up for students" when no one else does.  She is an excellent student in my CCC class who always finishes her assignments early.  She is a joy to have in class every day.  She makes my job easy”.

Jaycie Anderson is Chiefland Middle Student of the Month for January.  Jaycie gives her all.  She gives 100% effort.  She pays attention in class, asks questions and is serious about learning and her grades.  She is a role model for other students.  She is a pleasure to teach.

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Scholarship Opportunities

Applications for the Sevin/Ellis Scholarship through the Florida Credit Union are now available to families of Florida Credit Union Members.  The award is for 12th graders who plan to continue their education in the year following graduation.  Florida Credit Union membership is available to all who work or reside in the county.  Even if a student’s family does not currently have an account with us, they can open a simple savings account for $5.00 in order for their child to be eligible for this award.    Applications are available at https://www.flcu.org/about-us/scholarships.    

Plum Creek Community Scholarship Applications are available in the front office.  Seniors are encourage to stop by and pick up an application.  The deadline to complete the application is January 27th.

   If you are interested in becoming a teacher, the Florida Retired Educators Foundation is offering a scholarship.  This scholarship pays $3,250 over a four year period.  Applications are available in the front office.  The deadline to turn in the application to guidance is Friday, January 30th.

Suncoast Foundations awards needs and merit-based scholarships to seniors.  Interested students should check the Suncoast Credit Union website, www.suncoastcreditunion.com,  for the 2015 applications.

Updated: 1/16/2015

 

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808 N. Main St.
Chiefland, Florida 32626
Phone: (352) 493-6000
Fax: (352) 493-6018
 
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811 NW 4th Drive
Chiefland, Florida 32626
Phone: (352) 493-6025
Fax: (352) 493-6048
 
 
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CMHS 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

 

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 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.