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Health Notice Updates

Safety Protocols

Covid Testing 

Required Immunizations.

Immunizations for 7th Grade

The Flu: A Guide for Parents

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Theresa Green in our health office at 760-331-6390.


 

parking lot safety

Student Drop-Off Procedures
Please remember to pull your car forward towards the gym so that others may pull their cars behind you and to decrease congestion. We encourage student drop-off at the curb to avoid having your child need to cross traffic to get on campus.  If students do need to come from the parking, please utilize crosswalks.  Please review this drop-off map for details. Further info here

Student safety is our number one priority at CHMS.  As a driver, please be aware of the safety of others.  This includes in our parking lot and surrounding areas.  Please respect posted parking signs, bike lanes, driveways, and all traffic laws.  

Students, please be responsible for your own safety and only cross in designated cross walks and watch for cars.

Together, we can make our neighborhood a safer place.


 

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 & 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 resouces

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.

E-Blast Newsletter

Key Events & Dates

  • 9/29 -- Science Olympiad Virtual Information Night
  • 9/30 -- Restaurant Fundraiser (Panda Express)
  • 10/1 -- Lancer Day (Early Release)
  • 10/6 -- Virtual College & Career Fair
  • 10/7 -- Coyote Community
  • 10/18 - 10/27 -- Parent Teacher Conferences (Early Release)
  • 10/21 -- Coyote Community
  • 10/25 - 10/29 -- Red Ribbon Week

 

sci Olympiad

Calling all Science Enthusiasts! 

If you LOVE STEM, you may be a great fit for Science Olympiad! 

Science Olympiad is a team ‘sport’ for STEM enthusiasts that will challenge you to explore, collaborate, inquire and learn! Students work in teams to cross-train for a variety of events to compete with other students at the San Diego Regional Science Olympiad Competition!  You will learn more about science, be mentored by professional scientists, compete against other schools, make friends and have FUN! 

Click HERE to learn more! 


 

step it up! fundraiser update

Step it Up

Hundreds of families answered our CALL TO ACTION, sending thousands of email messages to friends & family around the world in support of our fundraiser! What a great way to support your student using their AWESOMENESS to help others! All proceeds will go towards student activities, innovative learning tools and more. Deadline to register is October 5th. Click here to sign up. 


 

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restaurant day fundraiser

Panda

We're so excited that we are able to send our 6th and 7th graders to camp this year! Funds raised from this event will help offset transportation costs to Camp Marston. Present this flyer to the cashier for fundraiser credit. Thank you for supporting our Coyotes! 


 

lunch clubs information

Click here to access the Google Form that includes a link to the list of lunch groups and clubs that have been approved, information on when they start meeting, and to sign-up to let us know how many are interested in coming to each group. Don't see a group that you were hoping to see? Go see Mrs. Kennedy in room 110 or email her to get information on how to start one of your own lunch group or club! 


 

6th/7th grade camp

Camp

Camp Marston is an Outdoor Education Program that connects students to science and nature. Our students will attend a five-day residential school program that includes hands-on learning opportunities which incorporate the state science framework.   

Camp Packets were sent home with students this week. Please check with your child to review the details.  Please join us for our virtual camp parent nights to hear details and ask questions.  
 
6th Grade Parent/Student Info Meeting -watch here

7th Grade Parent/Student Info Meeting
September 23rd, 5:30-6:30 pm
Virtual Meeting Details will be sent via Parent Square. 

For general camp information or questions regarding payment, please contact: Holly Grupe 760-331-6462, holly.grupe@carlsbadusd.net


 

YEARBOOK ORDERS 

This year’s memories are being captured in the Calavera Hills Middle School yearbook as they happen. Order your book online today using our school code 8130.  

8th graders, don't forget your 8th-grade page!!!! You can purchase your ad in the same online store.  


 

6th Grade TDAP Requirement

Reminder: According to California state law, all students need to provide proof of a TDAP Booster Immunization before entrance into 7th grade.  Proof of vaccination should be provided to our health tech Theresa Green at tgreen@carlsbadusd.net

To ease this process, we have created this 6th Grade Tdap Form that allows you to provide necessary information to Ms. Green online.

If you have any questions you can also call her at 760-331-6390.  

For more information about the TDAP Vaccination Requirement: Please visit the CA Office of Education


 

Library Corner

Info Video on CHMS Library Services

Student Leadership Council – Apply Now

Rising ninth-graders may apply for a yearlong program that develops lifelong leadership skills and includes mentorship, self-study, and interpersonal development. The application period is open through June 1, 2021. Learn more at www.carlsbaded.org/student-leadership-council/

Chromebook Returns

Broken Chromebook ....Please return it for repair. Drop off Chromebooks at Monica's desk at the CHMS office.

make an impact

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 


 

virtual college & career fair

CUSD families are invited to watch and learn from over 100 Colleges, Universities, and Post-Secondary Programs from across the nation (and the world)! 

Click Here to Learn More


 

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


 

parent workshop info

Parent University September 28: E-Bike Safety Virtual Assembly. Register in advance for this meeting. 


 

E-Bike Safety

 


 

fun activites happening now...

Visit City of Carlsbad Library for exciting Teen activities.  

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community resources

COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance Program

The County’s 2021 Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) helps eligible households in qualifying areas who have been financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The program provides payment assistance for renters who need help with rent and utilities.