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student resources for quarantine

If your child is out of school due to COVID illness or quarantine, please use the link below to access resources available for students while they are learning from home.  

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VOLUNTEER INFORMATION

Planning on volunteering this year? Please make sure to fill out the CUSD volunteer form as all volunteers must be screened by the district office this year.

join ptsa & donate

Help us return to full programming in the 2021-22 School Year.  Your membership and donation helps support teacher/staff grants, honor roll recognition, school beautification projects and 8th grade promotion.  Your support is critical to the success of the upcoming school year! 

Join or donate CHMS PTSA 

cef supports chm

Music instruments, Science Day, robotics, and more are generously funded from grants awarded this year by Carlsbad Educational Foundation. Every dollar donated to the Foundation from individuals and corporate partnerships go back to our district – and our school!  www.CarlsbadEd.org

soar after school program

Does your student need a place to go before or after school hours? The Carlsbad Educational Foundation has the place! SOAR is the on-site, hang-out spot for your student to have fun, and for you to rest easy. 

teen guide to mental health and wellness

Taking care of your mental health in so important during times like this.  Please click here to access a guide to wellness tips along with a list of crisis or emotional support phone numbers and apps.  

equity resources

SDCOE's Equity team put together resources to help educators and parents create a safe space to talk about current events and racialized violence with students. You can access those resources at sdcoe.net/equityresources

mental & emotional health resources for families

The San Diego Access and Crisis Line (888-724-7240) can provide support in crisis intervention, mental health referrals, alcohol and drug support services, and community resources. 

Please visit our Parent Resources page for a list of resources for regarding mental and emotional health.

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HAVe A GREAT SUMMER!

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CHM 6th Grade Cookbook

This cookbook was designed by 6th grade students at Calavera Hills Middle School. The recipes in this book come from the families of our community. Students worked in all of their core subjects to produce the pages seen inside!

Online Enrollment Information for New Students

Please complete the enrollment process and submit all required documents online. The school will contact you once the information has been verified or if additional information is still needed.

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welcome letter to High School for incoming 9th-grade families
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        JOIN SCHS PTSA                                                        JOIN CHS PTSA

chs GIRLS VOLLEYBALL SUMMER CAMP

July 11th-13th, 2022 

9:30 AM -12:00 PM

$150 per player - Includes a t-shirt and instruction from CHS coaching staff and current + former players!

Incoming 7th-9th graders are welcome!

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 Make this Summer FUN!


 Enrolling now for full-day child care, 60+ enrichment camps, educational   experiences, and more. Learn what Carlsbad Educational Foundation has for every student, grades TK – 12. Visit www.CarlsbadEd.org/Summer/
 

Summer Program
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 Summer School Opportunities

 CUSD will be offering a summer school program for 6th and 7th   graders (Spanish Flyer) and a Math Summer Bridge program for 8th   grade students (Spanish Flyer) to hone their skills for high school math.  

 Both programs are FREE and you can sign up through your student's   Parentsquare account. 
 

 The Carlsbad Ed Foundation is also offering a paid program to support   academic enrichment opportunities.  Check out this opportunity here.

shoes donations

Our CHMS Kids for Peace chapter is working collaboratively with the Maasai Kids for Peace chapter in Amboseli, Kenya to collect new or gently used shoes that will fund a new Education Center to help sustain the Maasai culture. We will have a collection box in the office until the end of the school year.  Ideal donations are athletic, casual dress, boots or leather shoes in good condition

  • No plastic/gel shoes, cleats, high heels
  • No large holes or in very poor condition
  • Must have shoe laces tied or bind shoes so they stay together (e.g. with a rubber band)

Thank you so much for supporting our KfP members with this great project to help enhance global solidarity and care for our planet!

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Athena Racing
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 Athena Racing has opened registration for their virtual STEM summer camps to provide middle and high school girls a combination of life skills and technical training for careers in the transportation and engineering sectors, especially automotive. They are offering 3 camps this summer – FabCamp, Land + Sea + Air Transportation Camp, and Career Development Camp – each with a unique focus and timeline. Course instruction will be delivered through live online sessions with industry experts. Students will also engage with their peers through Athena Racing’s private online social network, Club Athena. 

E-Bike Updates in the City of Carlsbad

The Carlsbad City Council has voted to update safety laws around e-bikes and is offering safety classes on the use of e-bikes. Please click this LINK for details.   Please also take a look at Carlsbad's e-bike webpage for even more information about rules and regulations as well as bike safety videos.

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Complete Math 8 or Freshman Coursework this Summer!

Registration is open for current 7th and 8th grade students to complete class credits during summer break. 7th-grade students may finish Math 8 to take Algebra in the fall! 8th-grade students can complete high school courses to make room for high school electives!

Learn more and register at www.carlsbaded.org/summer-academy

 

resources for educators, families to discuss the events in ukraine with students

To help students better understand this event and to place it in a broader context, we've created a guide for educators and families with history-social science, mental health, and social and emotional learning resources. 

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cultivating emotional resilience & mental fitness while parenting 

Being well improves our ability to navigate challenges as a parent. Being mindful of caring for ourselves helps us cope with stress, be flexible, and better respond to stress and adversity. With increased emotional resilience, we have more energy to support our family.  Wednesday, April 27, 2022. Register for Virtual Zoom training at: http://sdcoe.k12oms.org/918-211243 

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