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Fun Opportunities This Summer at Lower Columbia College

posted May 29, 2018, 7:12 AM by tiffaney golden

Corporate & Continuing Education at Lower Columbia College is excited to spread the word of some upcoming events we are putting on.

 

The events are:                

 

Girls Rock Leadership

Who:                     6-8 Grade girls   (20 student limit)

When:                  June 25-28, Mon-Thu from 8:30 a.m.-1p.m.

Register:              https://www.eventbrite.com/e/girls-rock-leadership-camp-tickets-46090528010

 

Kids College: Art in the Making                

Who:                     3-6 Graders        (30 student limit)

When:                  July 9-11, Monday-Wednesday from 8 a.m.-3 p.m

Register:              https://www.eventbrite.com/e/kids-college-art-in-the-making-tickets-46091115768

 

Kids College: Got Stem?

Who:                     3-6 Graders        (30 student limit)

When:                  July 16-18, Monday-Wednesday from 8 a.m.-3 p.m.

Register:              https://www.eventbrite.com/e/kids-college-got-stem-tickets-46091299317

 

Family STEM Night on Friday the 21st from 4:30-7pm.                                     

Who:                     Families with children in Pre-6th grade

When:                  Friday, September 21, 4:30 p.m.-7 p.m.

Attend:                SAVE THE DATE!

 

History Bee Support

posted May 23, 2018, 7:18 AM by tiffaney golden

Thank you to the Rotary Community Service Committee for supporting 6th grader Paige Ogden on her trip to the History Bee this month.  Bob Beal visited Paige's Social Studies class on Tuesday morning to deliver a check.  Thank you!

AVID Interviews - May 29th

posted May 23, 2018, 7:08 AM by tiffaney golden

Applications have been turned and interviews have been scheduled for Tuesday May 29th.  Students currently in grades 5-8 will be meeting with AVID teachers to discuss their applications.  We are so excited to be offering AVID elective classes in grades 6th -9th for the fall of 2018.  If you have any questions about AVID, please call the school.  We look forward to working with your students.

2018-2019 Scheduling

posted May 8, 2018, 8:47 AM by tiffaney golden

The middle school is looking in to their schedule for the 2018-2019 school year.  Staff is trying to keep options open for students who would like to be involved in AVID and music.  Staff are looking at interventions for students needing support in reading and math skills.  

The office sent home forecasting sheets with 6th and 7th grade students on Monday, please complete, sign and have your child return to the middle school by Wednesday May 9th.  

AVID 2018-2019

posted May 2, 2018, 3:46 PM by tiffaney golden   [ updated May 2, 2018, 3:47 PM ]

Mrs. Duus spoke with all current 6th and 7th grade students about AVID for next school year. 

 AVID is an academic, regularly scheduled elective class, during the school day, based on writing as a tool of learning, the inquiry method, and collaborative grouping. The three main components of the program are: . academic instruction, tutorial support and motivational activities.

What is AVID? AVID students are students in the middle, capable of completing a college preparatory path with support. These students often are not realizing their full potential academically. In the identification process a number of criteria are considered, including:   2.0 – 3.5 GPA, citizenship, attendance, desire and determination.  

Applications are due May 11th.  If you have questions speak with Mrs. Duus or Mrs. Golden.

Scheduling for 2018-2019

posted Apr 16, 2018, 9:52 PM by tiffaney golden

Last Wednesday the high school counselor, Mrs. Wilson and the high school principal, Mr. Greene came to the middle school to speak with our 8th graders about high school.  The 8th graders were shown a video with current high school seniors giving tips for high school success.  Mrs. Wilson walked the students through what "credits" mean and how to understand what is needed to graduate.  Students then looked through the high school course catalog and signed up for their classes.  

Current 5th, 6th and 7th grade students will be signing up for their middle school elective in May.

AVID Recruitment for 2018-2019 School Year

posted Mar 20, 2018, 9:12 AM by tiffaney golden


AVID is a group, a family away from home, that encourages thinking outside of the box and wants to help you learn to be a  life-long learner.  AVID helps you learn what it takes to be a successful student and push for more.  AVID is all about a more rigorous schedule, but giving you the materials you need not to fail, but to reach the highest star possible and still be successful.

AVID isn't a remedial program.
AVID isn't a free ride.
AVID isn't a placement program.
AVID is not a behavior correction program

If you are interested in AVID for next school year, ask Mrs. Golden, Mrs. Anglin, Ms. Allen, Ms. Carter, Mrs. Rhodes, Mrs. Lowsley or Mrs. Duus.  They will help you get more information.

Spring Conferences

posted Mar 6, 2018, 6:11 PM by tiffaney golden

 Tuesday March 13 and Wednesday March 14 the middle school will be holding conferences with students and their families.  Grade level teams will be making contact with parents to schedule these conferences.  Staff will be meeting with students of their choice based on a variety of reasons.  Not every student will have a conference.  If you have questions or concerns about your student, please call the school, 360-501-2920.  Tuesday's conferences will run from 12:30-6:30, Wednesday's conference times are 12:30-4:30.  School will be out early on Thursday at 12:10 and Friday there is no school, it is a district directed day for teachers.  

C.R.R.E.W. Cards

posted Mar 2, 2018, 2:37 PM by tiffaney golden

P.B.I.S. (Positive Behavior Intervention System) is alive and flowing at the middle school.  Staff is encouraging our students to self-discipline themselves within an environment that promotes learning, creativity and character growth.  There are four traits that students can be recognized for: caring, responsible, respectful and effort.  If a student is recognized by a staff member for modeling the expected behavior, a C.R.R.E.W. card will be filled out for the student.  One copy is given to the student, another copy is displayed on our C.R.R.E.W. wall for everyone to see and the third copy is entered into our weekly drawing for prizes.  Students receiving C.R.R.E.W. cards for the week will be listed on the school's webpage and Facebook.  

CRMS Participates in History Bee

posted Feb 14, 2018, 6:59 AM by tiffaney golden

Last night the following students represented CRMS in the History Bee regional competition at Columbia River HS:

Hannah Mueller
Tristen Reagor
Lexi Adams
Taylar Madden
Jada Pickard
Jaymes Bishop
Devin Lehman
Tenley Walling
Paige Ogden
Avery Ness

Paige made it all the way to the regional championship round. Plus, her and Avery qualified for Nationals in Atlanta this June.



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