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2017 Senior Due dates are listed at the bottom** IMPORTANT SENIOR INFORMATION
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Please help the Health Academy kick of this campaign by participating and telling others. Socks for Seniors started 11/1/16.  It is a very worthwhile project that collects new socks for Senior citizens in our communities. Students and staff are asked to bring in new socks-preferably the non-skid type and put them in the donation boxes that are located in the high school and middle school offices, as well as the high school media center. These socks are gift wrapped and distributed to local Nursing homes, Senior Centers and Hospice House for Christmas. For some elderly, this is the only gift they will receive. Help us, help others. Collection will end Dec 14th. Any questions contact Mrs. Kelly Beauchamp

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SGA will be selling beanies again this year with a new color and logo. We have a proof of the beanie attached. If anyone would like to purchase one, or more, as pre-sale, the beanies are $10. We will have them here before the Christmas break.

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Attention Beta Club Members!  If you plan to attend the state convention (Jan. 13-15), you must see Ms. Allen to confirm AND pay a $50 deposit by Friday, Dec. 2 (make checks payable to CMHS).  PLEASE see Ms. Allen and do NOT just send the money with someone else.  We must have final numbers to register. 

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This year for our Christmas Angel project, Student Government would like to collect gift cards for our students who are in need. Our goal is to make a gift (of cards) worth $25 per student. These gift cards can be for local places – Wal-Mart, Bealls Outlet, Winn-Dixie, Tractor Supply/Ace Hardware, Dollar Tree, fast food- or for department stores (Kohls, JCPenney, Macy’s) in Gainesville. Gift cards or money to purchase cards is due by December 15th. If any individual, class, or club would like to sponsor someone, just let me know.Additionally, if you know of a student in need, please email Stephanie Parks for grades 6-8 and Valerie Perez for grades 9-12. 

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Please help the Health Academy kick of this campaign by participating and telling others. Socks for Seniors started 11/1/16.  It is a very worthwhile project that collects new socks for Senior citizens in our communities. Students and staff are asked to bring in new socks-preferably the non-skid type and put them in the donation boxes that are located in the high school and middle school offices, as well as the high school media center. These socks are gift wrapped and distributed to local Nursing homes, Senior Centers and Hospice House for Christmas. For some elderly, this is the only gift they will receive. Help us, help others. Collection will end Dec 14th. Any questions contact Mrs. Kelly Beauchamp

December 7 – FCA Live the Faith

December 8 Girls JV/VG vs. Dixie County 3:30/6:30 p.m.

December 8 Boys JVB/VB vs. Dixie 5:00/8:00 p.m.

December 9 – Middle School Dance – sponsored by HOSA

December 9 Girls JV/VG vs. Bell 3:30/6:30 p.m.

December 9 Boys JVB/VB vs. Bell 5:00/8:00 p.m.

December 10 – ACT at CHS Media Center

December 12 – Herff Jones will be here to deliver class rings and take cap and gown orders. Prices will go up on cap and gowns after this date.

December 13 – Band Cake Auction and Christmas Concert

December 13 Girls JVG/VG @ Branford 3:30/6:30 p.m.

December 13 Boys JVB/VB @ Branford 5:00/8:00

December 16 - PBS Middle School Dance

December 16, 19-20 – Exam Days ~ Early Release ~ Schedule will be sent.

December 17 – Interact School Service Project

High-Q Conference Tournament:  January 9-13, 2017

January 10 Life South Bloodmobile will be in Chiefland. Every middle school

student that has someone donate is invited to a pizza party provided by Life South.

December 16 - PBS Middle School  DanceSTAFF/CLUBS

STUDENTS AND PARENTS

"Toys for Tots" sponsored by LCSD and The Marine Corps of America have started collecting locally for our Tri-county area. If you or your club would like to contribute there is a donation box in the front office. Gifts must be new, unwrapped and unopened. This is a very worthwhile cause, please consider it for your Holiday giving. Thanks.

NOVEMBER STUDENT OF THE MONTH

Regan Varnes

Chiefland Middle is proud to announce Regan Varnes as their student of the month.  Reagan is a hard worker who never gives up. She has frequently shown she is willing to go above and beyond in her efforts to progress. Regan is a good citizen. She is a kind and compassionate young lady and is always willing to be helpful. She has great school spirit. She is unfailingly polite to other students and to school personnel. 

OCTOBER STUDENT OF THE MONTH

Melaina Eplee

The 7th grade is proud to announce Melaina Eplee as their student of the month. Melaina is an extremely kind-hearted young lady, with a smile for everyone. She is never involved in any sort of middle school drama. Similarly, Melaina is a student who is trustworthy and a student who can be counted on to do the right thing. In the classroom, Melaina takes her education very seriously and works diligently to complete her assignments. This young lady is also a two –year member of the middle school volleyball team. Melaina is an outstanding representative for 7th grade student of the month.

Caoline Kohn

Caroline Kohn (10th grader) is such an intelligent young lady, who takes her academic success seriously.  She has concrete steps that she has planned out to prepare for college, and she knows exactly what she needs to complete during her high school years to make that happen.  In class she goes beyond what is asked of her.  When asked to write three paragraphs she completes five.  When assignments are to be finished in three days, she finishes in one.  She is an outstanding student!

 

SENIORS!  Class of 2017 – IMPORTANT INFORMATION as of 10/14/16

 Cap & Gown orders

o   Cap, gown, tassel and diploma covers MUST be ordered from Herff Jones ($44.94 including tax).

o   Packets were distributed on 9/21, 10/13, and 10/14; please let us know if you still need one.

o   You can also order online at www.highschool.herffjones.com.

o   Orders should be placed by Dec. 15, 2016.

o   After Dec. 15, you can still order, but prices increase.  PLEASE plan to order now.

Other activities to plan for (think about scheduling and saving money)

o   Cap and gown pictures will be taken in the Spring.

o   Consider ordering graduation invitations early in the Spring (or before).

o   Grad Bash @ Universal Studios and Islands of Adventures for seniors ONLY

§  Friday, April 21, 2017 (we will leave that afternoon and return early Saturday morning)

§  The cost will be about $100, but may be reduced depending on fundraising efforts.  This does NOT include money for food, which will be needed.

§  A non-refundable deposit of $50 will be due in late February or early March; the balance will be due late March or early April.

§  Parents who wish to chaperone must pay the same price as students and must be on the approved chaperone list ahead of time.

§  more details later

o   Prom – April 29, 2017 @ Rion Ball Room UF Reitz Union – details later

o   Baccalaureate – May 21, 2017 – details to come – This is NOT a school-related event; we are just providing the date for those who’ve requested.

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

 

·         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!  

Senior 2016 Yearbook Due Dates

June 1, 2016

Turn in Senior Ad order forms with a $25.00 deposit for each ad (limit one full page per senior) to Mrs. Flemming. Make checks payable to Chiefland High School.

June 23, 2016

Take senior portraits. Pay attention to the mail for your appointment time. If you do not receive one, contact SWI photography, Gainesville.

August 10, 2016 (Wednesday)

You must be in a Senior Homeroom by the first day of school to be in senior portrait section of the

yearbook.

Watch for the flash sale for yearbooks at a discounted price in August!!

September

Your final chance to be photographed for the formal section of the yearbook will occur in September! Senior retakes/ absentee photos will be taken first period in the media center. Make arrangements with your first period teacher ahead of time, get any assignments you may miss, and check in that morning before the tardy bell.

September 9, 2016 (Friday)

Final payments and all senior ad materials (printed pictures and text) are due to Mrs. Flemming. NO EXCEPTIONS!

September 19--October 14, 2016

Yearbooks go on sale. Buy now for the price of $50.  As always, make checks payable to Chiefland High School. No cash or checks will be accepted without a completed order form.

September 30, 2016 (Friday)

This is the deadline to turn in friends and couples pictures to Mrs.

Flemming ($5 each, 2 pictures per person limit). Remember to write the first name of all the people pictured in your photos (in order from left to right) on the back of each picture. Turn your pictures and money in early to reserve your space.

        October 21, 2016 (Friday)            

This is the last day senior baby pictures will be accepted. There is no charge, but please be sure to write your name on the back of your picture. Remember, we cannot guarantee the plant will return your pictures, so submit copies when possible. These pictures will also be used for the baccalaureate slide show!!

November 1--December 9, 2016

This is your last chance to reserve your copy of the yearbook. The base price, however, will increase to $60. Personalization will NOT be available after this sale.

February 2017

Take cap and gown pictures. Personality and buddy pictures may also be available.

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.

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Updated: 12/06/2016

 

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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
 
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October 18, 2016 Parent Night 
 
Beta Wreath Fundraiser
 

The CHS Beta Club is selling beautiful, aromatic wreaths from the state of Washington.  You can order a wreath to be delivered to you the week after Thanksgiving or you can order a wreath to be shipped directly to the address of your choice (for additional shipping charges).  Please consider supporting our Beta Club (specifically to send students to the state convention for competition) by supporting this fundraiser.  Various Beta students have information OR you can order directly through Darby Allen.

 

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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

SKYWARD

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. 

CONGRATULATIONS!
Teacher of the Year
2015-2016
Donna Cravey
ESP of the Year
2015-2016
Patti Crews