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DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS

*ALL 7th Grade Students!!!*

All 7th grade students must turn in current IMMUNIZATION RECORDS.  Failure to do so will result in the student being sent home from school.

Posted by: Stephanie Miller
Published: 7/29/14

Cross Country Practice

Meet at the marina parking lot at Warrior's Path State Park:

Monday -Thursday 7pm to 8pm

Bring physical form (if not turned in), water bottle, beach towel or yoga mat.

Posted by: Valerie Watterson
Published: 7/28/14

Fall Sports Pictures

Fall sports pictures will be August 14, 2014 at 2:30 pm for football, volleyball, cross country, and cheerleading.

Posted by: Stephanie Miller
Published: 7/28/14

Parent Portal

Your Parent Portal account allows you access to your child's grades and attendance.  Please check weekly to stay up-to-date on your child's progress.

https://ps.sullivank12.net/public/home.html

Community Involvement

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Colonial Heights Middle School

415 Lebanon Drive
Kingsport,TN 37663
Phone: (423) 354-1360
Fax: (423) 354-1365

A Message from Mr. Gilmore

What is the purpose of school?
That may sound like a simple or even a silly question, but I think it is a question that involves careful consideration.

Following is a list of how some people might answer the question:
It is a place for learning; it is a place for socialization; it is a place for sports and other activities; and there is a host of other possible answers.

None of these answers is incorrect. We spend the bulk of our time in class instructing, assessing, modifying lessons, and re-teaching difficult concepts. We offer clubs, dances, games, and sports. All of these items are important elements in a school culture.

At a recent leadership conference I attended, the presenter stated "School is supposed to be for kids.''
And often, kids are hurting.

He gave these statistics-40 percent of the homeless population are kids with their moms; 20-25 percent of all kids are in poverty; eight percent of kids are being raised by their grandparents.

Bullying, fighting, drugs, and violence sometimes dominate the airways and social media as schools struggle to deal with these evils.

At Colonial Heights Middle School we are not immune from these statistics.

But I have seen an inspirational response from this community.
Some parents and grandparents have donated money so that kids who could not afford to go on a field trip could go. People have purchased shoes, backpacks, and other school supplies for those less fortunate. Folks have taken athletes to practice and games who otherwise might not have had a ride. 

We have a benevolent account here that has paid rent and electric bills for students' families, and has been used to buy clothes, food, gifts, and computers for kids.

Above all, I have seen our students at lunch ask to move to be near someone who might be eating alone. I have seen our students welcome new students with kindness and acceptance.
In the grand scheme of things, I think that is the real purpose of our school; generosity, love, and acts of service.
May that be the mission of Colonial Heights Middle School.

Student Rights & Responsibilities Handbook

The middle school Student Rights & Responsibilities Handbook can be found at the following link:

http://www.sullivank12.net/wp-content/uploads/student_services/6_8RR.pdf

Please read over these policies before signing the green Policy Acknowledgement form in your child's packet.

WEB PREPAYMENT SYSTEM FOR SCHOOL MEALS

With http://lunchprepay.com you never have to worry about lost lunch money again.  Lunch Prepay is a secure, easy, and convenient way to apply funds directly to your student's account online.  You can even check the account balance and keep an eye on what your student is buying.  As an added convenience, parents can receive a low balance notification email alerting the parent that the student's account will need another payment applied soon.  Click the link above for more details.   

CHMS Calendar

Upcoming Events

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7/31/14
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Saturday
8/2/14

Accelerated Reader Points Standing

Accelerated Reader Points Standing

as of April 25, 2014

 

6th Grade

Abigail Hilton 315.6

Sophia Marotta 235.1

Brodie Frew 215.2

 

7th Grade

Aidan Henopp 570.0

Jacob Housewright 570.0

Joesph Rutherford 275.0

Carter Gibson 245.3

 

8th Grade

Sophie Debraal 758.3

Avaree Zimmerman 451.6

Emily Miller 421.6