Clague Middle School

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Clague Office 734-994-1976 Blue House/Attendance 734-994-1978

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    STUDENT ABSENCE LINE    734-994-1982

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    BLUE HOUSE   734-994-1978

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    COUNSELING CENTER   734-994-1980

    Enrollments and Counselor meetings

    DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS   Clague Website

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  • Clague Middle School 

     

    Main Office: 734-994-1976

    Blue House/Attendance:  734-994-1978

    Prospective Students for the 2020-21 School Year:

    Click on the New Student tab above for information!

    dc      Washington DC Update…

    First come first serve for the first 160 participants or March 1st is close date, whichever comes first. Everyone else will be waitlisted. We sincerely hope that your child will be able to participate in this opportunity, but will need to do your part.  We are excited to share with them this educational travel experience. We appreciate this investment into your child’s education and we look forward to a great trip. Please use the following link to assist you Click here: CMSwashingtondc/home.

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    2019-20 Calendar

    • Spring Break:

      • No school March 30 - April 3, 2020

      The remainder of the calendar is listed below.. 

     schools to watch  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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    Online Homework Help, with live tutors everyday 2:00pm - 11:00pm

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Daily Announcements

  • Friday February 14, 2020

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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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    Washington DC   2020

     

    7th grade families - the Washington DC registration email was sent yesterday, please check your email for the link. The information and link are also on the Clague Website.
     
    Registration is open and TIME IS RUNNING OUT -
     
    STUDENT REGISTRATION ONLY - Parents, if interested in chaperoning, email Mr. Carter and he will send you the Chaperone Interest Form.
     
    ALL STUDENTS ARE IN QUAD ROOMS - When registering, Accommodations (Occupancy Type) should be QUAD
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    SOS Community Service Project
     
    The Peer Mentoring Program is partnering with SOS Community Services to collect daily living essentials for families in our community.  Starting February 3rd please bring in new and unused toothbrushes, toothpaste, mouth wash, body wash, deodorant, lotion, shampoo, conditioner and socks for women, men and children.  Donation boxes will be in the main lobby.
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     SO THERE'S A NEW DAY

    "STAND"

    This year, STAND, the Clague recycling team, will continue to recycle in the cafeteria.  Every day after lunch, STAND volunteers sort recyclable items out of the trash.  You can help by rememberingto recycle items such as empty bottles and cans instead of throwing them away.  If you are a 6th or 7th grader interested in volunteering, please meet today by the cafeteria  drinking fountain when your grade goes outside after lunch.

    As many of you know, STAND volunteers sort recyclables out of the trash and into the recycling bins every day after lunch.

    We Compost@Clague

    There are two compost bins in the cafereria where you can put any fruit and vegetable scraps leftover from lunch.

     

    "The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it."

    Robert Swan, Author

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    SEASON IV

     

    February 24* - April 17

    Volleyball - All Grades

    *6th grade starts March 2nd

    Competitive Swim - All Grades

    7th & 8th grade volleyball tryouts Feb. 24-Feb.28  3:30-5:15 pm  attend daily

    6th grade Volleyball begins week of March 2nd   3:15 - 4:15 pm

     

    Volleyball Practice Schedule begins week of March 2nd
     
    Boys -  7th/8th grade  Monday - Wednesday  4:00 - 5:30 pm   AND  Thursday 3:30 - 5:00 pm
     
                 6th grade  Tuesday and Thursday  3:15 - 4:15 pm
     
     
    Girls -   7th/8th grade   Monday - Thursday  4:15 - 5:45 pm  AND  Friday  3:30 - 5:00 pm
               
                 6th grade  Monday and Wednesday  3:15 - 4:15 pm
     
     
    Rolldown - To Be Determined
     
     
    Competitive Swim Practice begins week of February 24th
     
    Monday/Tuesday/Thursday   3:15 - 4:30

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    SEASON III

     

    January 7*- February 20

    Boys Basketball - All Grades

    *6th grade starts Jan. 14

    Synchronized Swimming - All Grades

     

    7th & 8th grade basketball tryouts Jan. 7-Jan. 13   3:15-4:45 pm   attend daily   practice schedule announced during tryouts.

    6th grade basketball begins Jan. 14  3:15-4:15 pm     Tues. & Thurs. practices

    Synchronized Swimming  3:15 - 4:30 pm   Tues. & Thurs. practices 

     

    All players  must have a physical on file, have completed the pay to participate and Clague registrations and made payment to participate in sports.


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     ATHLETICS & SPORTS INFORMATION

     

      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. 
     
    The Pay to Participate registration is completed online through Rec & Ed.
     

     

    Physicals MUST be dated AFTER APRIL 15, 2019.

     

    The after school late bus is available Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, and leaves Clague between 4:45- 4:55 pm. The bus will load at the side of the school near the tennis courts.

     

     

    THIS WEEK IN CLAGUE ATHLETICS

     

    Friday - 6th grade Basketball  vs  Slauson/A2Steam   4:30 pm

                     

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    C3  -  COOL CLAGUE CLUBS

     

    Monday  Academic Games  7:00 - 9:00 pm  Cafeteria 
       
                              Climate Activist Club  3:15 - 4:30 pm    Room 133
     
                    Cougar  Star Club  3:15 - 4:30 pm  Library   
            
     
    Tuesday    Debate Club   3:15 - 4:30 pm  Room 218   
                     
                      Homework Club  3:15 - 4:30 pm  Cafeteria
     
                      Running Club  3:15 - 4:30 pm  PLTW Hallway    
     
                     
     
    Thursday  Cougar Cares Book Club   3:15 - 4:30  Room 202  
     
                       Homework Club   3:15 - 4:30 pm   Cafeteria        
     
                       Math Club     3:15-4:30 pm  Room 205   
     
                       Practice Club  3:15-4:30 pm    Orchestra Room    
                    
                       Running Club  3:15 - 4:30  PLTW Hallway  
                                     
     
                       
    Friday  Academic Games  3:15 - 5:00 pm  Cafeteria  
     
     
     
    The after school late bus is available Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, and leaves Clague between 4:45- 4:55 pm. The bus will load at the side of the school near 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:

     

                                                   "Never dare to judge until you've heard the other side."

     

                                                                               Euripides

     

                                  

                                                          

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