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We are looking for Parent Volunteers at lunchtime each day.  Our hope is to offer students a variety of activities to participate in each day during their lunchtime.  If you have some flexibility in your day and are interested in coming on campus to work with our students, please fill out this form. 

Ms. Lara's Driving Tips!
  • Slow down
  • Be patient and kind
  • Pull as far forward as possible before stopping to drop off your student
  • Drop off students at the curb – NOT the parking lot  – NOT the middle of the driveway
  • Pay attention to staff directing traffic
yearbook 2022-23
free breakfast and lunch for all students

For the school year 2022-23, one breakfast and one lunch daily are provided to all students at no cost. Students should know their school ID number to enter when getting their meals. Menus are updated monthly and can be accessed online

health office update

To Parents of Current 6th Grade Students:  Just a reminder that your child will need to have their TDAP immunization before entering 7th Grade.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Theresa Green in our health office at 760-331-6390.  

E-Blast Newsletter


march 27, 2023

  • March 27 - 31: Check Your Mood Week
  • March 28 & 29: Science Day with Thermo Fisher
  • March 30: Spring Concert

Join the City of Carlsbad for hands-on bike safety practice!

The city is hosting two interactive, three-hour bike safety classes on March 25 and April 22. It’s a great opportunity for riders of any age, and especially young riders. The San Diego County Bicycle Coalition has tailored this class just for us. It will include three parts: 

1. Learn the rules of the road including where to ride, emergency maneuvers, legal rights and responsibilities and Carlsbad specific e-bike rules
2. Practice essential bike riding skills in the parking lot of the Senior Center
3. Join a bike ride through the Barrio and Village with a licensed cycling instructo
Saturday, March 25 (9 a.m. to noon)                       Saturday, April 22 (9 a.m. to noon)                Pine Avenue Community Center                              Pine Avenue Community Center
Reserve your spot                                                          Reserve your spot
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Knott’s Berry Farm 8th Grade Trip Field Trip May 31st

If your child is interested in participating in the end-of-year 8th grade trip to Knott’s Berry Farm, the time to act is now!  

Here is the Printable version of the Permission Slip.  

The Knott's Berry Field Trip and Promotion Events can't happen without contributions from families. Here is how you can send in your contribution.
  • Go to and select the 8th Grade Knott's Berry item and 8th Grade Events If you have questions about the online store, contact Mrs. Keck at  Then drop your paperwork off at the front office. If you are able to, please provide the receipt # or a print out of your receipt. 
  • OR send in your payment in Cash or Check, written to CHMS ASB, along with your paperwork to the front office
  • If your family requires financial assistance, please contact Mrs. Keck.
It may be difficult for some families to pay the full amount of the requested contribution. We appreciate any additional donations. All students will be able to participate in end-of-the-year activities regardless of their ability to pay.
2022-23 yearbook

Get your yearbook ordered. Trust us you won't want to miss this years yearbook!

After April 1st, we will not be able to accept any late orders. Our online store will close, and students will have the option to pay $55 cash from the few extra books we have on hand, first come first serve.

8th grade gifts
8th Grade promotion leis and more!

Pre-order your graduation gift now! All online orders will be available for pickup on-site on the day of the graduation. To retrieve your order, please stop by our booth located conveniently at the entrance to the graduation before the ceremony begins.

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After-school program for teens


If you know a young teenager looking for an after-school activity in 2023, please let them know about L.I.T.E. – Leadership in Training & Education. This city program gives younger teens in grades 6 - 9 a place to come and learn essential life skills in a fun and safe environment. We focus on career builders, communication, community service, finances, college, team builders, and leadership. Daily homework assistance is also provided. The group meets at the Pine Avenue Community Center. 

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The Carlsbad Education Foundation is excited to join you and your student for a year full of STEAM, Music and Innovation!

Please click here for more information about CEF.

Become a STAR member today! 

Ways to give:  1. Donate online; 2. Text CarlsbadEd to 56651; 3. Mail a check to: Carlsbad Educational Foundation, 5631 Palmer Way, Suite L, Carlsbad, CA  92010


CHM Teacher & Staff Amazon Wish List - Help support our CHMS teachers and staff by purchasing items off their Amazon Wish List to help fulfill school and classroom needs.  Items can be delivered directly to the school. CHMS Teacher/Staff Amazon Wish List

idle free


In support of our students and their effort to protect our environment and the young lungs on campus, please consider taking the Idle-Free Pledge. It takes just 30 seconds to complete, but when put into practice can make a really big difference! Help our kids see the impact they can make!

free online tutoring
help now

The Carlsbad City library has great resources for all ages! Free tutoring and homework help available.