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Middle School May Student of the MONTH

Rylie Gibson

Rylie Gibson is an excellent choice for May Student of the Month. Rylie is in 7th grade. Rylie is always attentive: she pays attention, absorbs what is being taught in class, and if she has any questions, she asks. She studies hard, and she has a good disposition. She always has a smile on her face, and she is always polite. She is focused on her studies and is always willing to help others succeed. 

HS May Student of the MONTH

Anthony Strong

Anthony Strong - Anthony is one of my seniors that is still working hard in class meeting all of his deadlines. He has a positive attitude and great role model for his peers. Anthony is in band, various clubs, and works long hours throughout the week. I am very proud of the young man he has become. As a senior this may be his last chance to win student of the month and he so deserves. He has climbed mountains to get where he is today. He takes great pride in being a Chiefland Indians and I am proud to be his teacher.

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Summer BreakSpot Provides Levy County Children Healthy Meals 

We Are Recruiting Sites to Offer Free Food to Children in Communities Throughout Levy County

Summer BreakSpot is part of the national Summer Food Service Program, a federally funded program operated by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and administered in Florida by the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. Eligible sites, including nonprofit organizations, schools, churches, camps, local governments and more, are invited to serve nutritious meals free to all children under the age of 18 during the summer months.

The School Board of Levy County will be offering free breakfast and lunch to eligible sites Monday throughThursday, starting June 12 through July 20. Meals will be available for pick-up from your local elementary schools. If you are interested in hosting a program site, the Food Service department will be accepting applications through April 30. Applications may be obtained by calling (352) 486-5244, Monday throughFriday, from 9 am – 3 pm. Supervisors from approved sites are required to attend a 2-hour training course to be offered on Thursday, May 4, from 3 pm to 5 pm, in the main board room located at 480 Marshburn Drive, Bronson, Florida.

Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Adam H. Putnam announced January 8th, 2016 the kickoff of the Summer BreakSpot program, which offers free nutritious meals, recreational fun and educational activities for children 18 and under at more than 3,800 locations statewide during summer.

“During the school year, many children rely on a nutritious breakfast and lunch through the National School Lunch Program, and they are at risk of suffering from hunger during the summer break,” said Commissioner of Agriculture Adam H. Putnam. “The Summer BreakSpot program bridges the nutrition gap by serving free meals to children 18 years and younger so they can return to school healthy, happy and ready to learn.”

Last year, the program provided more than 15 million meals, contributing to the 42 percent increase in summer meals the state has seen since the Florida Department of Agriculture took over the school nutrition program in 2012.

We will provide breakfast and lunch FREE to all students 18 years and younger. The following schools will have staff members in the kitchen preparing the meals:

Bronson Elementary

Chiefland Elementary

Williston Elementary

Cedar Key School

Yankeetown School

The preceding locations will also have the dining areas open to the public to consume meals on-site at the following times:

Breakfast: 8:30 am - 9:00 am

Lunch: 12:30 pm - 1:00 pm

Menus and more are available to view at www.levy.nutrislice.com

 

2017 Chiefland Indian Football Schedule

Bell (Pre-Season Classic) Away Aug. 18 7:30

Trenton Home Aug. 25 7:30

Branford Home Sept. 1 7:30

Mayo Home Sept. 8 7:30

Hamilton Away Sept. 15 7:30

Dixie Home Sept. 22 7:30

New Direction Academy Away Sept. 29 7:30

Hilliard Away Oct. 6 7:30

Hawthorne  (Homecoming) Home Oct. 13 7:30

Bronson  (Senior Night) Home Oct. 20 7:30

Open

Williston Away Nov. 3 7:30

 

JV Football

Williston Home Aug. 24 6:30

Trenton Away Aug. 31 6:30

Mayo Home Sept. 7 6:30

Branford Home Sept. 14 6:30

Bell Away Sept. 21 6:30

Bronson Home Sept. 28 6:30

 

 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 Christina.smith@levyk12.org

Senior 2017 NEWS

2017 TOP TEN STUDENTS

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

Salutatorian:

Bailey Beauchamp

Co Valedictorians: Jacob Edison and Bing Ling Dong

Congratulations, to the Top Ten Seniors!    

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Updated: 5/30/2017

 

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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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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

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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. 

CONGRATULATIONS!
Teacher of the Year
2016-2017
Kim Baker
ESP of the Year
2016-2017
Lori Barker