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Oklahoma children can receive free
summer meals at nearly 1,400 locations 

 

OKLAHOMA CITY (May 18, 2021) – With many schools across the state winding down for the year, almost 1,400 feeding sites are preparing to welcome children for free summer meals. The Oklahoma State Department of Education’s (OSDE) summer feeding programs will serve two meals a day while kids are out of school on summer break. 

“Hunger is one of the more severe roadblocks to the learning process,” said State Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister. “A lack of nutrition during the summer months may set up a cycle for poor performance once school begins again. That’s why it’s imperative we ensure appropriate nutrition for our children during these critical months, even though school might not be in session.” 

More than 400 sponsors will serve a combination of breakfast and lunch or lunch and a snack at 1,359 sites, including parks, schools, community centers, churches and day camps. Many sites also provide education or recreational programming. Summer meals are eligible for children 18 and under, as well as for people up to 21 years old participating in state education programs for the mentally or physically disabled. 

Between May and August 2020, 13.4 million meals were served through the summer feeding program. 

To find a feeding site near you, go to meals4kidsok.org. The meal site finder was created in partnership with Hunger Free Oklahoma, OSDE and Code for Tulsa. 

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES FOR UPCOMING 8TH GRADERS AND OLDER

https://s3.amazonaws.com/scschoolfiles/1861/2021_summer_academies_flier.pdf

 

 

Parent Survey – please click HERE to complete!
 


INCOMING 7TH GRADERS & TITLE I INFORMATION

7TH GRADE ORIENTATION.pptx

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NJHS 2021-2022

 

7th graders:

Hudson Adams, Aiden Anderson, Lorren Burrows, Lindy Kate Butler, Carson Caldwell, Kaylie Ciotti, Anaiya Dearinger, Ellie Duncan, Addison Ferguson, Baylor Fewell, Drue Gerdes, Mea Ginn, Keylub Harris, Alyssa Hobbs, Page Hysell, Lainey Jones, Jason Kawaykla, Audri King, Kayden Mitchell, David Naranjo, Ainsley Neal, Brennen Owens, Treyton Owens, Samantha Rambo, Phoebe Shaw, Ethan Tucker, Aniyah Underwood, John VanEss, Maci Williams, Kiefer Woods

 

8th graders: 

Michael Blackstar, Tyren Carter, Anahi Castro, Taylor Caveness, Graciela Fuller, Breanna Hall, Clint and Colby Longanacre, Collin Maloyed, Madison McComas, Aubree Osborn, Baylee Ryans, Dillon Schnoor, Hannah Verhines, Cache Wilson

 

New Officers are:  President:  Lindy Kate Butler

                              Vice-President - Lainey Jones

                              Secretary - Treyton Owens

                              Treasurer - Ellie Duncan

                               Parliamentarian - Audri King

                               Historian - Ainsley Neal

 

CLOTHES CLOSET – CMS has a clothes closet for students who need essentials such a warm tops, coats, undergarments, socks, etc…  If a student is interested, ask them to make contact with an adult they trust and they will get them fixed up and ready!
Clothes Closet  Clothes Closet Items
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8th Grade ELA is enjoying their reading of ANNE FRANK.  Typically, upon completion, the library is busy finding Holocaust books for students because they enjoy the novel so much!

Anne Frank being read as a class
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Be sure to check out our ---->athletics page<--- for updated sports schedules!
Our athletes love to have spectators!

 

We have a GREAT time at lunch at CMS! 
Students interact well, staff is always welcome, the food is great!
Teachers make appearances in order to build rapport!

Teacher Interaction
Counselor and Custodians Pic
Yummy Food
3 Happy Lunchgoers

 

 

 

PARENT SURVEY – click HERE

 

 


REMINDERS

Grady County continues to be in the Yellow level.

MASKS ARE RECOMMENDED AT CMS
PLEASE BRING ONE EACH DAY

 


 


Browse the CMS 7th/8th Grade 20-21 Course Guide by clicking HERE


***NJHS information can be found HERE***


For resources on academics, emotional well being, or needing help, visit the Counseling Page