Clague Middle School

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  •  Clague Middle School

     

    Clague Cougar Pride

     
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    Clague Middle School has recently been designated as a "School to Watch"

    by the National Forum to Accelerate Middle-Grades Reform!

     

    To achieve Schools to Watch designation, a middle school must demonstrate that it has met the following criteria:

    1. It is academically excellent and challenges all students.

    2. It is developmentally responsive and sensitive to the unique developmental challenges of early adolescents.

    3. The school is socially equitable, democratic and fair, providing all students with high-quality teachers, resources and supports.

    4. The school has norms, structures and organizational arrangements to support and sustain its path toward excellence.

    Clague Middle School will receive recognition at a special school ceremony and at the National Forum Schools to Watch Conference in Washington, D.C. in June.

     "Clague Middle School is a wonderful place for middle grade youth to grow, learn, and explore. Students are happy and behave as learners. The climate of caring is obvious from the moment the students enter the building. Students are set-up for success with supports, prompts and encouragement. Classrooms had clear learning objectives. The building is spacious providing ample space for special needs. Minimal class time is spent dealing with discipline issues and everyone understands that there is a focus on learning." --Quote from Schools to Watch report

     

    Our Motto: Live in service to our community  -- Ashley Hubert Clague

     

    Our Mission Statement: It is the mission of the Clague Middle School Community to create positive, safe, success-oriented learning environment designed to meet the unique and challenging individual needs of all our students. 

     

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Daily Announcements

  • Monday March 27, 2017

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    Students, if you or someone you know is being bullied or harassed you can send a confidential email to claguehelp@gmail.com.  All reports will be kept confidential, be investigated and taken seriously.

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    M-STEP IS QUICKLY APPROACHING AFTER SPRING BREAK!!

    8th graders will test English, Math and Social Studies with their 3rd hour teachers on April 12th, 13th, 14th, 19th & 20th.  Class hours will switch for 8th graders only on April 13th and April 19th.

    6th graders will test English and Math with their 1st hour teachers on April 26th, 27th & 28th. Class hours will switch for 6th graders only on April 27th.

    7th graders will test English, Math and Science with their 2nd hour teachers on May 10th, 12th, 17th, and May 18th.  Class hours will switch for 7th graders only on May 12th and May 18th.

    You will receive more information in your advisory classes about how the hours switch the closer we get to your testing window.  Please stay tuned !!

    All A2Virtual+ students who do not have a 1st hour and students attending am classes at Huron need to be in their testing sessions by 8:15 am on all testing days.  Please make the proper arrangements.

    On your testing day, please feel free to bring your own headphones for listening portions of the tests.  Phones, electronic devices (including iWatches, that allow you to take pictures and/or send or receive messages), and personal belongings such as string bags, trapper keepers, folders etc. are prohibited from testing sessions.  Please make sure you secure items not allowed in testing sessions in your locker on the days of testing.  The only thing allowed are pens or pencils that will be used for scratch or graph paper and a book or magazine to read after you have completed the test.

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    CANNED FOOD DRIVE RESULTS
    With your help, we collected over 2,600 food items and $389 in cash donations!!  Thank you to everyone who participated.  And now for the results . . .
     
    6th grade - Ms. Mullice's Advisory with 289 food items.
     
    7th grade - Ms. Baskey's Advisory with 300 food items.
     
    8th grade - Mr. MacArthur's Advisory with 175 food items.
     
    We are all winners for doing our part in helping families in need in our Ann Arbor community.
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    March is Reading Month!!  March into reading madness by voting for your favorite books.  Visit the media center this week to make your selections for round one of the sweet 16 Fantasy vs Reality titles.  Each week of March will begin a new elimination round until we finish with a winning title.  With each voting round, you will be entered into a drawing for a fun prize!!
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    If you are bringing your students lunch to school - please take it to the Blue House and place it in the appropriate grade level basket.

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     IF YOUR STUDENT WILL MISS SCHOOL OR BE TARDY - PLEASE CALL THE ATTENDANCE PHONE NUMBER @ 994-1982.

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    ATHLETICS & SPORTS INFORMATION

     

    LATE BUSES ARE ON MONDAY, TUESDAY AND THURSDAY

      


     

     

    SEASON IV

    February 27 - April 21

    Girls and Boys Volleyball and Competitive Swimming

     

    Volleyball tryouts for 7th and 8th grade begin on Monday, February 27th.

    Volleyball practice for 6th grade boys is Tuesday & Thursday and begins on Tuesday, March 7th.

    Volleyball practice for 6th grade girls is Monday & Wednesday and begins on Monday, March 6th.

     

    Competitive Swimming started Tuesday, March 7th

     

    Practice times will be announced soon.

     

     All players  must have a physical on file, have completed the pay to participate and Clague registrations and made payment to participate in sports.  All of the above allows you to participate all year.

     

    THIS WEEK IN COUGAR SPORTS & ATHLETICS

     
     
     
    Tuesday - 7th/8th grade Girls Volleyball  vs Slauson   4:00 pm
                   7th/8th grade Boys Volleyball  @ Slauson   4:00 pm
     
    Wednesday - 6th grade Girls Volleyball  @ Slauson   3:45 pm
     
    Thursday - 7th/8th grade Girls Volleyball  @ Scarlett   4:00 pm
                    7th/8th grade Boys Volleyball  vs Scarlett   4:00 pm
     
     

    ALL STUDENTS PARTICIPATING IN ATHLETICS WILL NEED A PHYSICAL DATED AFTER APRIL 15, 2016 IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE.  PAY TO PARTICATE FORMS, CLAGUE ATHLETICS REGISTRATION AND PAYMENTS MUST ALSO BE COMPLETED ONLINE.  PAY TO PARTICIPATE LINKS ARE ON THE CLAGUE WEBSITE UNDER 'ATHLETICS'

     

      

    ALL PAYMENTS AND FORMS MUST BE FILLED OUT ONLINE

    Student physicals should be turned in to the Main Office

     

    All paperwork and payments must be completed to participate in athletics/sports

    Forms are good for all 5 sport seasons

    There is an after school bus on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday at 4:40 pm for students in clubs and sports. The bus picks up by the Tennis Courts.

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    C3  -  COOL CLAGUE CLUBS

     

    3rd quarter clubs will be: 

    MONDAY  Academic Games    7:00 - 9:00 pm   Cafeteria 

                                 

    TUESDAY   Chess Club   3:15 - 4:30   Room 206 

                      Debate Club   3:00 - 4:30  Room 218   ** NEXT MEETING 4/11 **

                      Homework Club  3:00 – 4:30  Cafeteria  

                      Practice Club  3:15 – 4:30 Orchestra Room 

                      Robotics Club  3:00 - 4:30   Room 144  

                      Running Club  3:00 - 4:30  Tech Hallway

                      Unified Champions Club   3:00 - 4:30  Room 142 

                                 

    THURSDAY  Homework Club   3:00 – 4:30   Cafeteria   

                        Running Club  3:00 - 4:30   Tech Hallway            

                        

    FRIDAY     Academic Games     3:00 to 5:00 pm Cafeteria  

                            

    There is an after school bus (for students who ride a bus to school) on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday at 4:40 pm for students in clubs and sports. The bus picks up by the Tennis Courts.

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    Our goal at Clague is to create a caring and cooperative community.  We expect everyone to:

       Be RESPECTFUL

       Be RESPONSIBLE

       Be SAFE

       Be CARING

    Everywhere, both in the building and out in the community.

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    Words of Wisdom:

                              

                       "Tenderness and kindness are not signs of weakness . . .

                         but signs of strength."

                                                                     Kahlil Gibran

     

                                   

                                                                                        

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