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  • 8th Grade Information

    Click here for all the important information for 8th graders.

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  • January breakfast recognizes Honor Roll students

    Congratulations to Calvin Coolidge Middle School Honor Roll students. The Honor Roll breakfast is a favorite event. Thanks to Mr. Lewis and Ms. Wake for coordinating the event.

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  • Young Authors!

    The Young Authors Contest is Here! CCMS students have an opportunity to enter the Young Authors Contest this month. Please encourage your student to get the final drafts of their entries completed by Friday, January 19th. Students whose books are nominated by a committee of ELA teachers for the top three stories in 5-6th grade, and top three in 7-8th grade will move on to the district level. Calvin Coolidge traditionally has some district winners so we look forward to reading great writing! Good luck students!

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  • 6th Grade Field Trip to Museum

    The 6th graders took a field trip to the Riverfront museum and had the opportunity to explore all that it had to offer!

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  • Grandparents Day 2017

    Calvin Coolidge had a great turn out for our annual Grandparents Day celebration! There was food, music and a raffle! Click here to check out the pictures from the special day!

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  • Library Classes

    Spelling Bee Basketball!

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  • Honor Roll Breakfast

    Honor Roll students receive a yummy breakfast!

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  • Anti-Bullying Week

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  • Saturday University offered to students in grades 3 and 6

    This month Peoria Public Schools introduces Saturday University, a new learning opportunity for third and sixth grade students to sharpen and strengthen math and reading skills. Beginning October 21 and meeting from 9 a.m. to noon on 20 Saturday mornings through April 14, Saturday University will be open to 100 students. The program will be held at Glen Oak Community Learning Center and bus transportation will be provided. Bradley University students and Caterpillar Inc. volunteers will work with students, as well as certified teachers and teacher aides. The program will include field trip opportunities, prizes and other incentives. Click on this story for the links to register and for the full list of program dates.

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  • Eco-systems, vegetables, worm compost part of 5th grade science

    Eco-columns, self-sustaining ecosystems created by students, line the window sill in Julie Craghead’s fifth grade class. The students created the eco-columns from plastic liter soda bottles. In the top third of each column, grass or radishes are planted in soil. As the roots grow downward, they are allowed to grow into the bottom two-thirds of the column. The bottom of each column is home to a guppy and a snail or two. Eventually meal worms, earthworms or crickets will be introduced to the grassy top portion of the columns and make their home. All parts of the column – the plants, guppy, snails and worms – feed and support each other.

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  • **8th Grade Important Information**

    WCTC 8TH GRADE FIELD TRIP- On Wednesday, May 2 all 8th grade student will take a trip to tour Woodruff Carreer and Technical Center. Students will explore the different fields such as cosmetology, autobody, construction, culinary and health sciences. 

     

    6 FLAGS FIELD TRIP- Thursday, May 10 BUS LEAVES AT 7:00 AM. Studnts must wear their 8th grade shirt. A sack lunch will be provided for students if students do not want to purchase food inside the park. We will leave the park by 5:00 pm and are expected to arrive back at Calvin Coolidge around 8:30 pm.

     

    PROMOTION CEREMONY- Tuesday, May 22 @ 9:00 am. Students need to be at CCMS by 8:00 am for pictures before the ceremony. Any questions? Contact Ms. Jess @ jessica.oberholtzer@psd150.org or (309) 672-6506

     

    AWARDS CEREMONY- 5th & 6th Grade Awards will be from 12:30-1:30pm. 7th & 8th Grade Awards will be from 1:30-2:30pm.

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