Camp Cougar 2015 is coming!
*When: Tuesday, May 12th to Friday, May 15th, 2015
*Cost: The cost to attend camp will be approximately $279 per student. In order to make the 2015 camp a possibility we need donations of $279/student to help cover the cost of the camp and transportation.
*Payment: Payments are now being accepted at the ASB window. Credit card payments can be made to the CLMS bookkeeper.
*Where: C.O.D.E.S School: California Outdoor Education and Science School at Mile High Pines, Angelus Oaks, CA
*Paperwork: All official paperwork concerning this year’s camp should be sent home to those students attending camp by Friday, April 10th, 2015. To ensure all requests,(camp buddy and t-shirt) paperwork will need to be turned in by Friday, April 17th, 2015.
CLMS Camp Cougar Website
Check back here for camp updates and pictures during our stay.
Also, check here for important dates, contact information,
paperwork and other useful camp information.
Camp Cougar Sign-up and Payment Form
Camp promotional video
*Click Here for Camp Infromation Presentation
Camp Cougar 2015 Paperwork
CLMS Camp Cougar 2015 paperwork
C.O.D.E.S. camp paperwork 2015
Camp's website: CODES @ Mile High Pines
|Click on this link for important CLMS P.E. Information.
The California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress, or CAASPP, which has replaced the Standardized Testing and Reporting, or STAR Program, is the new state academic testing program. CAASPP is a system intended to provide information that can be used to monitor student progress and ensure that all students leave high school ready for college and career. This year, CAASPP includes computer adaptive tests in English–language arts and mathematics as well as paper-based tests for science.
Last year, most students participated in a computer-based field test. This practice run of the test, though no scores were provided, allowed students to experience computer-based testing and new types of questions. In addition, the field test also helped evaluate how well districts technology systems could meet the demands of computer-based tests, and determine what resources teachers and schools would need to better prepare students for future assessments.
Lessons learned from last year’s field test will help ensure a successful, full launch of the CAASPP system this school year. In moving forward, students will take the test in 6th, 7th and 8th grades in the spring of 2015. To learn about the types of questions on the computer-based test, you and your child can view the practice test online at the California Department of Education (CDE) Smarter Balanced Practice Test Web page at http://www.cde.ca.gov/ta/tg/sa/practicetest.asp.
Following the spring 2015 testing, students will receive individual score reports. Student score reports will be sent home to parents and will include an overall score, a description of the student’s achievement level for English–language arts and mathematics, and other information. It is important to note that these scores cannot be compared to scores that your child previously received on the STAR Program tests because this test is based on the new Common Core State Standards, involves different types of test questions, and will not be reported using the STAR Program reporting categories.
If you would like more information, please visit the Parent/Student tab of the CDE CAASPP Web page at http://www.cde.ca.gov/ta/tg/ca/. If you have any questions regarding your child’s participation, please contact Dawn Hernandez at 951-244-2123
Dr. Preston Perez
Canyon Lake Middle School
Volunteer applications can be picked up at each school site.
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Volunteer renewal forms are available on line this year!
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