2:01-2:20 p.m. Snack and Opening Activities
2:20-3:10 p.m. Homework/Enrichment/Physical Activity
THINK Together's Mission
"To provide high quality, academically-orientd, out-of-school programs for students regardless of race, creed or socioeconomic status."
Students who will be transported by LEUSD to Canyon Lake Middle School are required to attend this FREE program, although all students are invited to participate. Due to all our sites being placed on similar schedules, CLMS will experience a delay in students being transported home at the end of the school day. This program will provide both our bussed and non-transported students an enriching, nurturing and supportive environment after school. Parents can be assured that students will be supervised, productive, all while having fun.
Registration forms for the THINK Together Program must be returned prior to the start of school. Please note that students will be unable to begin in the program without prior authorization from THINK Together. Parents need to inform THINK Together staff if their child will not be attending the after-school program on certain days of the week. Applications are available at the District Office, 545 Chaney Street, Lake Elsinore, Building C, and CLMS school office after July 22nd.
Download the enrollment application.
|CLMS PTSA Jog-a-Thon|
CLMS PTSA JogaThon 2013 Results
The CLMS PTSA Jog-a-Thon was last Friday, November 8th. Thank you from the PTSA to everyone who participated in bringing in pledges to help our school. We had 76 students out of our 1300 students who brought in pledges. Our JogaThon raised $1,175.00…..thank you CLMS !!!!! We hope to have even more students participate next year. A HUGE congratulations to the following students who won some really GREAT prizes. When you hear your name called please come to the front office right now during this announcement to claim your prize.
- Top 6th Grader who brought in the most pledges –
Blake Sapp brought in $75, he wins a $25 iTunes gift Card and 10 front of the line passes
- Top 7th Grader who brought in the most pledges –
Savannah Olszewski brought in $75, she wins a $25 iTunes gift Card and 10 front of the line passes
- Top 8th Grader who brought in the most pledges –
Brandon Sapp brought in $75, he wins a $25 iTunes gift Card and 10 front of the line passes
- Top PE or Dance/Cheer class who brought in the most pledges –
5th Period Dance with $195, they win popsicles after dance class today
- Top PE teacher combining all classes who brought in the most pledges –
Mrs. Gilliland’s classes 2nd - 6th period with $253, they win $100 from Dick’s Sporting Goods to buy new equipment for PE department
Opportunity Prize Winners, the lucky winning tickets were picked out of the bags by Dr. Perez –
Free Manicure – Cierra Harper 6th grade
6 Free Twist&U passes – Chyna Venegas 8th grade
Sugar Dolls Goodies (leggings/beanie/rings) – Chyna Venegas 8th grade
1 free month of Twist & U classes - Abby Signorio 6th grade and Amber Thille 6th grade
Red Huffy Beach Cruiser Bike – Claire Rasmussen 7th grade
Green House Marine Goodies (hat & sunglasses) – Savannah Olszewski 7th grade
$25 Tilly’s Gift Card - Savannah Olszewski 7th grade
Ztunz Cruiser Skateboard – Blake Sapp 6th grade
$25 BJ’s Gift Card – Irey Dowdy 6th grade
$25 Forever 21 Gift Card – Laurence Vu 6th grade
$50 Menifee Bike Shop gift card – Joe Armato 8th grade
Ztunz Longboard Skateboard - Brandon Sapp 8th grade
Proride Scooter – Connor Felt 7th grade
Again congratulations and thanks everyone until next year !!!
|School Year Calendar Updated!|
Please click to view or download the current 2013-14 School Year Calendar (revised 11-14-2013).
|Cougar PRIDE Art Contest Winners|
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State Schools Chief Tom Torlakson Encourages Taking an
Early Look at New, Online Smarter Balanced Practice Tests
SACRAMENTO—State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson encouraged students, educators, and parents to try out the Smarter Balanced Practice Tests launched today to familiarize themselves and the public with the new generation of computer-based assessments students will take starting in the 2014-15 school year.
“These practice tests give teachers, students, and parents a glimpse into understanding the skills and abilities our children will need to do well on test day and in preparation for college and career,” Torlakson said. “This marks another step forward in the effort to help schools prepare to replace outdated assessments with tests that gauge the kind of critical thinking and deeper learning that comes with a world-class education.”
The Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (Smarter Balanced) placed online for public access the set of practice tests for grades three through eight and grade eleven. For each grade, practice tests will be available in both English-language arts (ELA) and mathematics.
The practice tests are available on the California Department of Education Smarter Balanced Practice Tests Web page.
The practice tests include test questions with the same features that students will experience in 2014-15, when the tests are scheduled to be given to more than 19 million of the nation’s public K-12 students, including California’s students. Smarter Balanced assessment items and performance tasks were written and reviewed in collaboration with K-12 teachers and higher education faculty and aligned to the Common Core State Standards.
Online access to the practice tests will not require a unique username and password, so schools and districts can use them for teacher training as well as discussions with parents, policymakers, and other interested stakeholders.
Members of the public are also allowed access. There will be no immediate scoring of the tests, but scoring keys will be made available later in the year.
The release of the practice tests follows the administration of the Smarter Balanced Pilot Test, which was the first large-scale tryout of items and performance tasks. The Pilot Test was taken by more than one million students in Smarter Balanced member states from February through mid-May.
The California Department of Education (CDE) is a state agency led by State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson. For more information, please visit http://www.cde.ca.gov or by mobile device at http://m.cde.ca.gov/. You may also follow Superintendent Torlakson on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/TorlaksonSSPI and Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/CAEducation.
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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