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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

CONGRATULATIONS!
Teacher of the Year
Valerie Perez
ESP of the Year
Joy Meeks
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CMHS Baseball Players are selling BBQ Tickets for $8 on March 10th. Dinners will include BBQ Pork, Cole Slaw, Baked Beans, Roll, and Brownie for dessert. You can see ANY Baseball player, Mrs. Lori Barker or myself Lynda Aldrich to purchase tickets. NOTE: Dinners will be delivered to the schools.

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Middle School Spirit Week

Feb. 25             Wednesday – Thank A Farmer Day (Dress Like A Farmer)

Feb. 26             Thursday – Ag Awareness Day (Not dressing up, Scavenger Hunts are due)

Feb. 27             Friday – Blue and Gold Day (Wear your FFA colors or gear)

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Congratulations!!! We are so proud of Austin Vincent and Willie Brannon who are going on to play Football at the collegiate level.  Austin Vincent will be earning his Ivy League education while playing football for D1 FCS Brown University!  Willie Brannon will be a Wildcat playing for D1 FCS Bethune Cookman in Daytona.  These two young men make INDIAN NATION proud!!!
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Math Tutoring

Mrs. Plemmons classroom  - Monday/Wednesday

Dr. Mitchell's classroom - Tuesday/Thursday

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SAC Meetings are open to all parents, teachers and students of CMHS.   Community/business members are welcome to come as well.  We discuss issues pertinent to our school and welcome the opinions and insights of others.  We meet in the media center at CHS at 3:00.  The monthly meeting dates for the remainder of the year are: March 9th, April 20th, and May 11th.

Celebrate CTE (Career and Technical Education) Month-February

College of Central Florida will be hosting an Open House for the Simulation and Automation Program, Thursday, February 19th from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the Ocala Campus in the Ewers Century Center. If interested see Mrs. McElroy for more details


Feb. 26

GS-Union County

Away

JV/Var.

5:00/7:00

2:30

Feb. 26

HB-Newberry

Away

JV/Var.

4:00/7:00

2:30

Feb. 27

HB-Seven Rivers

Home

Varsity

7:00

 

Feb. 27

HB-Bronson

Away

JV

4:00

 

10th and 11th grade students interested in dual enrolling need to attend a dual enrollment registration night Monday, March 2nd at 6:00 p.m. in the Media Center.  Mrs. McElroy will be available to answer questions and help students enroll.

 

March 2

GS-St. Francis

Home

Varsity

7:00

 

 

March 2

HB-Trenton

Home

JV/Var.

4:00/7:00

 

 

March 3

GS-Williston

Away

Varsity

6:00

4:00

 

March 3

HB-St. Francis

Away

Varsity

4:00

2:00

 

March 3

MB-Bronson

Home

5:00

 

College of Central Florida is hosting Preview Night 2015 at the Levy Center, March 5th.  Students interested in attending the College of Central Florida in the fall should attend.  All those who attend will have the application fee waived. 

The NEFF company representative will be here Thursday, March 5th after school in the media center. Anyone wanting to order a letterman jacket needs to pick up an order form from the front office and meet with the representative on Thursday to be sized and turn in order form.  This will be the last time this year to order jacket.

SAC Meetings are open to all parents, teachers and students of CMHS.   Community/business members are welcome to come as well.  We discuss issues pertinent to our school and welcome the opinions and insights of others.  We meet in the media center at CHS at 3:00.  The monthly meeting dates for the remainder of the year are: March 9th, April 20th, and May 11th.

March 11, 2015 Early Release Day

March 25, 2015 Early Release Day

April 2, 2015 Report Cards

April 3, 2015 Good Friday-No School

April 6-10, 2015 Spring Break-No School  

SAC Meetings are open to all parents, teachers and students of CMHS.   Community/business members are welcome to come as well.  We discuss issues pertinent to our school and welcome the opinions and insights of others.  We meet in the media center at CHS at 3:00.  The monthly meeting dates for the remainder of the year are: April 20th and May 11th.

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 Feburary Teacher of the Month

Congratulations to February Teacher of the Month Mr. Wilson

Students wrote the following about him:     Mr. Wilson is a smart man who always knows what he is talking about. He is strict, but for his students own good. I respect him for how he manages to get his students to pass his class and he knows when to be funny. Mr. Wilson is a great teacher. He knows what his students need and he prepares his students for more advanced courses, as well as the real world

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.

February Student of the Month 

Congratulations to the High School Student of the Month - Darian Everett Darian Everett is an excellent student who always helps those around her.  She is dual enrolled and is a wonderful office aide.  She does whatever is asked of her. 

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

The Levy County Schools Foundation Scholarship is now available.  Students can pick up an application in the front office.  Students must have a 2.5 GPA, ACT score of 17 or SAT score of 800.  Students must have completed FASFA to apply.  Applications are due to Guidance Counselor April 1st.  This is a wonderful opportunity for seniors.

A list of 8 scholarships is available for interested seniors in the front office.  Please stop by and pick it up today so you can apply.

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.

For over fifty years, the Southern Scholarship Foundation has helped thousands of students with outstanding academic abilities, good character and financial need realize their dream of a college education. Qualified students attending Florida State University, Florida A&M University, the University of Florida, Tallahassee Community College, Santa Fe College, and Florida Gulf Coast University are awarded scholarships in the form of rent-free housing.http://www.southernscholarship.org/2012-04-14-17-37-51/apply-online.html

Updated: 2/24/2015

 

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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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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.