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BOOK FAIR
​Book fair is next week starting Monday, November 13 and will run through Friday, November 17 in the Middle School Library. We also have an online book fair going on until November 28. A portion of everything sold will come back to the school so we can by new books for the library. Please Help support the school so we can purchase some new reading material for our students.

This is the online link...http://www.scholastic.com/bf/chieflandmiddleschool2

Oct 30- Nov 15,Canned food drive (6-8 Beta),*Beta club at the middle school is collecting nonperishable food items for The Children's Table which is based in Bronson. Beta club at the middle school is collecting nonperishable food items for The Children's Table which is based in Bronson.   We will start this week and collect until November 15th. Contact Laurie.Beauchamp@levyk12.org

Oct 30- Dec 1,Socks for Seniors (HOSA)

November 4, 7, 8 and  December 5-9th.  Blood Drive (SGA) at LifeSouth

November 14     ASVAB for juniors and seniors in the media center

November 15     Picture retakes for middle grades 6-8

November 15     Progress Reports distributed

November 16      5:30 p.m. SGA Cake Auction

SGA Pie Auction, CMHS cafeteria, doors open at5:30.

November 17    Business, Engineering, and Logistics Leadership Conference for students enrolled in the business program

November 20-24 NO SCHOOL Thanksgiving BREAK

Dec 1-15, Coats for Kids (HOSA), *recycling gently used coats, jackets & sweaters in support of Tricounty outreach.

December 8      Drama production for middle grades

December 8      Club Day

December 8       Talent Show 6th and 7th periods

MIDDLE SCHOOL YEARBOOKS

Middle school yearbooks are now on sale. The very best deal for purchasing a yearbook is on from now until September 29th.  Yearbooks are currently only $15!  Also, if you buy a line of personalization for 6 more dollars (total $21), you can get 4 free icons printed on the front of your book.  This deal is only good until September 29th.  Students will get an order form this week, or you can purchase online at jostensyearbooks.com. You can pay with a credit

BETA and SGA

have partnered to help gather the following items for the residents in need in the Keys.  We have a personal contact that will directly deliver the items.  Some items will be delivered tomorrow in Bronson, but they can accept donations in the next few weeks as well.  If you have any of these items you would like to donate, please let me or Mrs. Fleming know.  Thanks, in advance, for any help you can provide!

Bar soap, toothpaste, toothbrush, toilet paper, diapers, baby wipes, hand sanitizer, sanitizer wipes, feminine products, latex gloves, rubber gloves, contractor heavy trash bags, batteries, all sizes, tire repair kits, first aid kits, new chainsaws, gas power only (we are looking into a price to have a possible fundraiser for)

October Student of the Month

Middle School Student of the Month

Middle School Student of the Month of October

Tyler Bass, 7th grade

Chiefland Middle is proud to announce Tyler Bass as our student of the month. 

Tyler is kind, dedicated and a respectful student.  He always strives for excellence.  He is always engaged, prepared and a hard worker.  He is quiet, but always willing to help others that struggle.  He is a great example of someone who makes the most of the time he has in the classroom.  He is always on task.  He is a great example to his peers.  He is very well liked by his peers and is a great representative for CMHS Student of the Month. 

Chiefland Middle High School

October Student of the Month

Deshamar Shepherd-He has maintained a steadfast 3.5 GPA with the added responsibility of being one of the emotional, if not physical leaders on the Football team. DeShamar displays on a daily basis all of the attributes that we strive to instill in the student body of CMHS. Respect, toward both his peer group and the faculty, Responsibility, being very dependable and able to be counted on for the things he says and the things expected of him. He can be counted on to make good sound choices; with the commitment and desire to see them through, be they difficult or seemingly insignificant.

 

Senior Superlatives

Mr. and Miss CHS: Dustin Bennett and Chelsea Parker

Most Athletic:

Tramaine Brown and Erika Gilliam

Best Hair:

Logan and Alexis Seyez

Most Contagious Laugh:

Rhett Hoke and MacKayla Ward

Most School Spirit:

Jared Twombly and Sydney Allen

Most Likely to Travel the World:

Lance Horne and Jommielle Quiambao

Most Likely to Cure Cancer:

Nathan McFann and Anya and Enya Tapia

Most Likely to Stay in Chiefland:

Alton Terry and Karli Meeks

 

Most Likely to be America’s Next Top Model:

Lane Studstill and Haitrieu Nguyen

Best Shoulder to Cry On:

Dustin Bennett and Chelsea Parker

Most Likely to Become a Wrestler:

Gordon Bickel and Olivia Webster

Most Likely to Have Their Nose in a Book:

Morgan Fisher and Sarah Lourcey

Most Likely to Succeed:

Joshua Webber and Tori Hutson

Sunshine State GRANT

Patricia Crews applied for the SunCoast Credit Union Classroom Grant back in September to see if we could qualify to buy the new Florida Sunshine State books for 2017-2018. It included all the language arts teachers on the grant so that they could see that the books are used school wide. We ended up getting the full amount that we asked for so we can now purchase 5 sets of all 15 Florida Sunshine State books. The kids are very excited they have been asking me everyday if we are going to get any of the books but so far it just has not been in the budget. We are all very excited. 

GE ADDITIVE GRANT RECEIVED

 GE Additive Education Program

awarded to Ms. Christina Smith Business Department.

Under the GE Additive Education Program for Primary and Secondary Schools (“GE Program”), each participating school receive a Polar classroom package. The grant provides an extra 3d printer for Pride Publishing. Ms. Smith Digital Design class will partner with Ms. Weingart and her AP environmental science class to build wind turbines next semester called “Tinkering with Turbines”.

GE believes giving students access to additive technologies will help accelerate the adoption of advanced manufacturing worldwide. GE will invest $10 million over the next five years in educational programs aimed at developing future additive talent.  It’s all part of GE’s passion for improving student outcome and introducing future generations to new technologies.

 

Alpha Division 2017-2018

 

Nov. 7      Chiefland @ Bronson

Nov. 17    Cedar Key @ Chiefland

Divisional Tournament:  December 4-12, 2017

Conference Tournament:  January 9-12, 2018

 

Updated: 11/7/2017

 

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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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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
2016-2017
Kim Baker
ESP of the Year
2016-2017
Lori Barker