In order to help us plan for next school years' enrollment, families must complete and submit the online re-enrollment registration. You may do so by visiting School Mint anytime from February 1st - February 28th.
If you haven't already done so, you may apply for siblings now until February 13th!
New student lottery for 2019-2020 will be held on March 4, 2019! Families will be notified via email/text. Students who do not receive an offer will be waitlisted.
California schools are required to check immunization records for all students advancing to 7th grade before entry. Students will need the following information sent in or updated:
Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis (Tdap) - 1 dose
Varicella (Chickenpox) - 2 doses
Middle School Movie Night!
Student Council is excited to host CMA's FIRST EVER movie night!!!!
Sixth, Seventh, and Eighth Graders are invited to join student council in watching
Incredibles 2 on
Friday, January 25th
in the multipurpose room on CMA campus.
Students are encouraged to to come in pajamas and bring blankets to get cozy!
Tickets are $2 and include popcorn & 1 drink
Pizza will be sold for $1 per slice
ALL PROCEEDS WILL GO TO MIDDLE SCHOOL FIELD TRIPS!
QUESTIONS? Speak with your student council representatives, or call/text Mrs. Barlow at (707) 724-3111. We look forward to seeing you there!
Pillar Spotlight #10: SMART in action during CMA's 6th grade ELA class!
"In 6th grade English we are writing narrative stories. Narratives are my favorite because they allow students to unleash their imagination while they are learning structures and elements of an essay. In this particular essay they are writing about climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro. We got to explore the biomes of the mountain and learned about my own personal experience of climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro. Being able to integrate other subject areas into mine, is my favorite part of teaching English. It is a joy to see an extra layer of excitement about their narrative because they can talk to someone that completed the journey. Narrative writing is my favorite genre, and it's amazing being able to share it with my students."
- Alycia Barlow, 6th Grade ELA Teacher @ChangeMakers Academy
Sixth graders Jeffrey Paul and Kendall Frost showing off their narrative writing from Ms. Barlow's ELA class.
Click the link below to learn more about Jeffrey and Kendall's writing in their own words!
January School Announcements
Happy New Year! With winter break behind us, January brings many announcements below to help us maintain a smooth transition into the rest of the school year!
Below are some details about parent workshops, meetings, as well as other important January dates to remember!
With our current CEO, Jen Moses stepping down at the end of the school year, the Board of Caliber Schools has retained Koya Partners to work with them in seeking a new CEO. The Koya team, led by Michelle Bonoan and Medelene Beasley, will be on campus on Tuesday January 15th at 6pm to meet with parents &/or guardians to get input into the competencies and qualities they want to see in Caliber's next CEO.
Parents &/or Guardians are invited to a meeting in Room 200 at 6pm. Translation, childcare, and dinner will be provided to all who attend.
Can't attend the meeting, but still want to take part in helping the search? No worries! Just simply take the survey below to make your voice heard!
As a follow up to our November Meeting and messages sent via DeansList, we are hosting another session to share more information with families about students' promotion to high school.
The meeting will be held in Room 210 and begin at 4:30pm.
Please feel free to reach out to any teachers or administration if you cannot attend the meeting, but still want more information.