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Track week of April 14

Mon:  Meet cancelled practice until 4pm

Tues:  Practice cancelled due to weather

Wednesday:  Meet at Holston

Thursday:  practice until 4pm

Friday:  no practice

Posted by: Valerie Watterson
Published: 4/15/14

Career Day

We would like to invite parents and community members to represent their professions on Friday, May 9th at 7:30 am for Career Day.  Please contact Mr. McMeans if you are interested in participating at michael.mcmeans@sullivank12.net

Posted by: Stephanie Miller
Published: 4/15/14

Volunteers Needed

We are looking for parents and/or community members who are willing to serve as proctors for TCAP testing.  Tests will be administered Thursday, May 1st through Tuesday, May 6th from 7:45 am to, no later than, noon.  If you are interested in sitting in on a class to monitor testing on 1, 2, 3 or 4 of those days, please contact Mrs. Torbett at cindy.torbett@sullivank12.net

Posted by: Stephanie Miller
Published: 3/27/14

Community Involvement

Thank you, Ingles
Thanks to Ingles in Colonial Heights for donating bottled water for the Math Club's Pi Day celebration. Continue
Posted by: Stephanie Miller
Published: 3/27/14

Food City School Buck$
Help CHMS by printing off the barcode attached to take with you as you shop with your Food City ValuCard at Food City. Continue
Posted by: Stephanie Miller
Published: 9/9/13

Colonial Heights Middle School wants to thank Bracken Paving Incorporated and USA Aggregates for revamping our back parking lot! USA Aggregates provided the gravel and Bracken's crew repaired holes and smoothed out the lot. We appreciate their... Continue
Posted by: Stephanie Miller
Published: 8/29/13

Thanks to the Colonial Heights community!
Our very own in the Channel 11 news: Continue
Posted by: Stephanie Miller
Published: 7/26/13

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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

When I was young, I remember my mother telling me that the older you get, the more quickly time seems to pass.
Boy, was she ever right!

Spring break seemed gone in just a moment this year.
I can easily recall memories and particular students from my first year of teaching, but that was 28 years ago, even though in many ways, it seems like only yesterday.

So how do we spend our time?
We are all given the same amount per day, 1440 minutes. While sleep takes roughly a third of those minutes, what do we do with the rest?

Jim Croce's "Time in a Bottle" contains the lyrics "There never seems to be enough time to do the things you want to do once you find them."

The key is to best utilize those minutes each day, the time that we do have, in a way that benefits those who are around us.

I suggest the following:
(1) Each day, find someone to encourage, either by word or deed;
(2) Make sure you replace negative thoughts and feelings with positive ones-it is difficult to do some days, but it really is a choice;
(3) Exercise every day;
(4) Feed your soul;
(5) Get organized so as to maximize your efficiency.

Time passes quickly. May none of us look back at the end of our days with regret for missed opportunities or wasted time. 

Let's all make the most of each day, one minute at a time!

Student Rights & Responsibilities Handbook

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


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


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.   

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Accelerated Reader Points Standing

(as of April 11, 2014)



6th Grade

Abigail Hilton 304.0

Sophia Marotta 224.3

Brodie Frew 199.2


7th Grade

Aidan Henopp 569.9

Jacob Housewright 523.6

Joesph Rutherford 245.4


8th Grade

Sophie Debraal 656.4

Avaree Zimmerman 414.7

Emily Miller 412.6