Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Red Ribbon Week Oct.24-28 at CCMS

Drug- Free Flyer Contest

  • Complete a flyer by Monday Oct. 24th on having a Drug-Free lifestyle. Turn into Mrs. Kellum or the office.
  • Suggestions for flyers: How students can be drug free, other possible activities to participate in inside of being around drugs, consequences of drug use (statistics, physical, mental/emotional, social, and legally), and/or how to say "No" to drugs. 
  • Prizes will be given out to the top flyers. All flyers will be displayed around the school. 
  • Be a creative as your imagination can take you on this flyer. 
  • YOLO (You Only Live Once) is this years theme.
Weekly Activities: coming soon!
Monday- flyer contest winners announced by the end of the day, wear RED to support your stand against drugs
Tuesday- Be super by not doing drugs. Super hero t-shirts, no costumes
Wednesday- "sock it" to drugs. Red/Crazy sock day
Thursday- "peace out" to drugs, peace sign/tie-dye shirts
Friday- "team up" against drugs, favorite team shirt day

Parent Survey

Crawford County Middle School parents please click here to participate in a short parent survey. We appreciate your feedback.

Student Assessment Survey

Click here to take your student assessment survey!

Thursday, October 6, 2016

Meet Your School Counselor

Counselor Brochure

Does your child qualify for free tuition to a four year college? Check out 21st Century Scholars to see if they qualify.

7th and 8th graders need to enroll online if your family qualifies. Help pay for college!

Before you apply online, make sure you have the following:

  • Student’s Social Security Number, date of birth and address
  • Parent or guardian’s Social Security Number, or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number if applicable
  • Previous year gross income amounts for all members of the household (Example: if you are applying after December 31, 2015, use 2015 amounts.)
  • A valid email address. Free email addresses are available at Yahoo!, Gmail and Live

During the application process, you will:

  • Answer pre-enrollment questions
  • Enter student contact information (address, phone, email, school information and SSN)
  • Agree to the 21st Century Scholar Pledge
  • Enter income information for parent or guardian
  • Review and submit application
  • You will receive an email with an application summary and program enrollment information after the application is received. 
  • All applications to the 21st Century Scholars program must be submitted before June 30 of the eligible student’s 8th-grade year.

Enrollment Form

21st Century Scholar Program Website

Scholar Track- keep updated on your enrollment and tasks