Clague Middle School

Cougar Pride

Clague Office 734-994-1976

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    Clague Cougar Pride

     

    Hello Clague Families!

     

    The PTSO Meeting, originally scheduled for tonight, Monday, Sept. 19, 2016 has been RESCHEDULED

    to Wed. Sept. 21st at 7 30 pm in the Media Center here at Clague.

    We rescheduled it to accommodate our Logan and Huron families, as their Curriculum Nights are tonight.

    Sorry for this inconvenience!
    Questions?  margaret@bakerstrategy.com  (Margaret Baker, PTSO President for 2016-17)

     


     

     

     

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    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

Daily Announcements

  • Monday September 26, 2016

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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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    2 New Clague Clubs !!!

    Are you interested in fantasy, adventure and gaming? Do you enjoy strategy and teamwork?  Do you wish you could be part of your favorite adventure story? Come join the Gaming Club.  We will play table-top games such as Dungeons and Dragons every Tuesday after school.  We will begin next Tuesday, October 4th.  Everyone is welcome, even if you've never played before.  Email Mr. Darragh at ClagueGaming@gmail.com for more information.

     

    First Tech Challenge (FTC)
    Interested in building a robot that can throw balls or shoot hoops?
    Come join the club that will build one using computer-aided design, and computer programming.  Participants will compete to see how their robot performs in a game with rules laid out at the First Tech Challenge website.  The team will meet weekly.  You may sign up in the Main Office or contact Ganesh Ramashardi at gramaseshadri@gmail.com

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    TEEN AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM

    Looking for somewhere to go and something to do after school?  Join the teens at the Ann Arbor Y for daily activities focused on leadership skill building, teamwork, individual growth and healthy lifestyles.  We help students achieve academically, physically, socially and emotionally.  Through club activities, field trips, workshops, guest speakers, community engagement and meaningful conversations, each participant has the opportunity to engage.  Transportation to the Y is provided.  Please contact Abigael Davis, Teen and Volunteer Director,  @ adavis@annarborymca.org or 734-661-8012.

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    Washington DC Forms

    If you are not registered for the Washington DC trip WE HAVE OPENED THE 4th BUS.   Please complete the registration form online or contact Corporate Travel NOW (313-565-8888).  Forms for Washington DC are available in the Main Office and as a link on the Clague Website.  Please remember that REGISTRATION AND ALL PAYMENTS ARE DONE THROUGH CORPORTATE TRAVEL.  The completed Behavior and Liability forms should be handed in to the Main Office.

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    Youth in Government - Interested in learning about governmental process in an interactive way?  Come learn how to solve problems in your community and state through bill writing, parliamentary procedure and debate.  Program culminates in a trip to the State Capital where participants take part in mock committees and legislative sessions in House and Senate chambers.  Weekly meetings will be from 3:15 - 4:15 in room 218.

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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 I

    Sept. 12th - Oct. 28th

    Girls and Boys Cross Country - 6th, 7th and 8th grade

    Field Hockey - 7th and 8th grade

    Soccer - 6th, 7th and 8th grade

     

    7th & 8th grade Field Hockey and Soccer try outs begin on Monday, September 12th at 3:10.  Please report to the gym first for a brief meeting with Ms. Mullice, then you will meet with your coach.  Try outs will be all week, students will get fuller information from the coaches.

    Cross Country begins on Monday, September 12th at 3:10.  Please report to the gym first for a meeting with Ms. Mullice then you will meet with the coaches.  Practice is Monday/Tuesday/Thursday from 3:15 to 4:30.

     

    6th grade Girls Soccer will practice on Monday/Wednesday from 3:15 to 4:30 beginning on Monday, September 19th.

    6th grade Boys Soccer will practice on Tuesday/Thursday from 3:15 to 4:30 beginning on Tuesday, September 20th.

     

     

     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

     

    Wednesday September 28th - 7th/8th Grade Boys Soccer vs A2Steam/AAO   4:00 pm
     
     Friday September 30th - 7th/8th Grade Boys Soccer  @ Scarlett   4:00 pm
                                         7th/8th Grade Girls Soccer  vs  Scarlett  4:00 pm
                                         7th/8th Grade Field Hockey  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

     

    1st quarter clubs will be: 

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

                                 

    TUESDAY   Chess Club   3:00 - 4:30   Room 206  

                      Homework Club  3:10 – 4:30  Cafeteria   Begins September 27th

                      Math Counts Club  3:15 - 4:30   Room 205   Begins September 27th

                      Practice Club  3:15 – 4:30 Orchestra Room   Begins October 11th

                      Youth In Government   3:15 - 4:30   Room 218    

     

    THURSDAY  Homework Club   3:10 – 4:30   Cafeteria  Begins September 29th               

                        

    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:

                              

                       "When you feel discouraged or simply lazy, as is bound to

                         happen sometimes, remember the millions of people in the

                         world who have not had your privilege . . . the right to an

                         education."

                                                              Anwar el-Sadat

     

                                   

                                                                                        

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