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  • Susen G. Komen Civi Day Rules

    Posted by CMS on 1/16/2019

    Dear Parents/Guardians of Cedarcrest Students:

    On Thursday,January 17th, students who are participating in the lock-in will be having a Civi Day. All participating students will be given a bracelet that MUST be worn in order to participate. If lost, students will NOT receive a new one. Below, we have outlined acceptable clothing and expect that all students follow the guidelines.  If students choose not to wear Civi clothing we expect they come dressed in the usual Cedarcrest attire.

    Acceptable wear:

    • Dresses or skirts no shorter than 2” above the knee
    • Suits
    • Shirts (with or without ties) including t-shirts
    • Blouses, Sweaters, and Vests
    • Shorts and Bermuda shorts no shorter than 2” above the knee

    Unacceptable wear:

    • Hats or any headgear
    • Short shorts more than 2” above the knee
    • Short dresses/skirts/tutus more than 2” above the knee
    • Excessively tight shirts, shorts, skirts, dresses, leggings, or pants
    • Clothing with any kind of holes
    • Cargo Shorts
    • Props, robes, masks, pillows, blankets, stuffed animals, etc.
    • Nightgowns, Onesie Pajamas, Slippers, Robes
    • Spaghetti straps and Tank tops
    • Clothing with any kind of holes
    • Clothing that is revealing i.e. cleavage or bare midriffs
    • Any slogans or pictures that are drug, gang, alcohol, or suggestive or sexually explicit

    If students show up to school dressed in clothes that are not appropriate, they will be asked to change into loaner clothes or a parent will be called to bring in acceptable clothes.  

    Sincerely,

    Scott Martin

    Renae Beatty

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  • Cambridge Information Nights

    Posted by CMS on 12/18/2018

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    Attention 8th grade Students & Parents:


    Are you looking for a rigorous academic program for your student? Is your student academically able
    and motivated? Are you looking to help your student prepare for college? An informational meeting regarding the Cambridge Program will be hosted in the library at:

    • Elk Plain SOC on Wednesday, January 9 beginning at 6:30 PM
    • Spanaway Middle School on Thursday, January 10 beginning at 6:30 PM
    • Bethel Middle School on Tuesday, January 15 beginning at 6:30 PM
    • Frontier Middle School on Wednesday, January 16 beginning at 6:30 PM
    • Cougar Mountain Middle School on Thursday, January 17 beginning at 6:30 PM
    • Cedarcrest Middle School on Tuesday, January 22 beginning at 6:30 PM
    • Liberty Middle School on Thursday, January 24 beginning at 6:30 PM
    • Bethel High School on Tuesday, January 29 beginning at 6:30 PM

    At these meetings, information about the curricula, student and parent expectations, and transportation
    will be provided. Approximately 60 students will be accepted into our fifth Cambridge class.

    Again, we are very excited about being able to enhance students’ understanding of subject, encourage
    independent learning and constructive thinking skills – all of which are highly prized by universities.
    To help prepare for the correct number of handouts, please RSVP with student name, and current
    school attending at kschultz@bethelsd.org.

    Cambridge Info Brochure

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  • Spirit Day Winter I Guidelines

    Posted by CMS on 12/3/2018

    Dear Parents/Guardians of Cedarcrest Students,


    The week of December 12-14 we will be having spirit days honoring our Winter 1 Sports. Students will be able to wear clothes fitting the theme of the day instead of the usual Cedarcrest dress code. If students choose not to wear clothes fitting the theme, we expect they come dressed in the usual Cedarcrest attire. 

    Wednesday, December 12th: “College Gear” Day
    Thursday, December 13th: Formal Day
    Friday, December 14th: Sports Day

    Acceptable wear:

    ● On Wednesday- Clothing that represents a specific college (i.e. school colors
    or specific gear)

    ● On Thursday- Clothing that represents formal or fancy (i.e. a dress WITH
    straps or a suit with a tie...shoulders must be covered - see guidelines below)

    ● On Friday- Clothing that represents a specific sports team

    ● Dresses or skirts no shorter than 3” above the knee
    ● Suits
    ● Shirts (with or without ties) including t-shirts
    ● Blouses, Sweaters, and Vests
    ● Shorts and Bermuda shorts no shorter than 3” above the knee
    ● Any color/print/pattern combination that represents the spirit days

    Unacceptable wear:
    ● Short shorts more than 3” above the knee
    ● Short dresses/skirts/tutus more than 3” above the knee
    ● Excessively tight shirts, shorts, skirts, dresses, leggings or pants
    ● Clothing with any kind of holes, including no shirts with shoulder cut-outs
    ● Cargo shorts
    ● Props, masks, pillows, blankets, stuffed animals, etc.
    ● Nightgowns, robes, slippers
    ● Spaghetti straps and tank tops
    ● Strapless dresses
    ● Clothing that is revealing i.e. cleavage or bare midriffs
    ● Any slogans or pictures that are drug, gang, alcohol, or suggestive or sexually
    explicit

    If students show up to school dressed in clothes that are not appropriate, they will be asked to change into loaner clothes or a parent will be called to bring in acceptable clothes.


    Sincerely,


    Scott Martin & Renae Beatty

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  • Canvas for Parents

    Posted by CMS on 11/13/2018
    CANVAS  Student User GUIDE (links to a website)
     
    Instructions for Parent Canvas Course Observer accounts are linked below
     
     
    Attached are the directions for logging in to Amplify. As well as a "Scavenger Hunt" activity to help familiarize students with the way amplify organizes our units of study.
     
     
     
     
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Principal's Message

  • Cedarcrest Families,  

    First let me say how excited we are to get our students back in the building and back to learning!  The Cedarcrest leadership team has been hard at work this summer, planning, preparing, and ultimately dreaming of the success that we can help your students forge for themselves this year.

    As we move into the 2018-19 school year I am excited to introduce you to an important staff member joining the CMS team:

    Julia Butela is joining our team as an Assosciate Administrator.  Mrs. Butela is a National Board Certified teacher and recent Dean of Students who is joining us from the Franklin Pierce School District.  She brings lots of experience with Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports, and we are excited to have her working with our admin team, our students, staff, and you to maintain a safe and effective learning envoronment and support the success of all students here at CMS.

    Please keep a close eye on our website for our upcoming back-to-school events (WEB day / Get Your Stuff), and be sure to seek out Mrs. Butela and introduce yourself.  While you’re at it, be sure to connect with me as well.  I can’t wait to see you all and reconnect with the reason we’re all here, your kids!

    Scott Martin

    Principal

    Cedarcrest Middle School

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