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Chalk Art Festival (May 1st)

CHalk Art

Chalk Art Festival: May 1st (4pm-7pm)

Location: Campbell Middle School's Main Quad

* Come celebrate Spring!  Campbell's 1st Annual Chalk Art Festival is a free event (Sponsored by PTA).  All CUSD families and community members are invited.  Professional chalk artists from the Luna Park Festival will be on site showcasing their wonderful art.  Sign-in to win a new tablet!

Good Luck MESA

Local student’s hand-made “car" to compete in regional Math, Engineering, Science event April 25th
 On Saturday, April 25, Campbell sixth grader Samantha Romero will be joining more than 500 middle and high school students at California State University, Chico to showcase their innovative science, math and engineering projects. The Mathematics Engineering Science Achievement (MESA) Schools Program is an academic preparation and math/science enrichment program administered by the University of California. The April 25th event will determine state titles.
Samantha earned her spot at the Chico State regional competition because her mousetrap-powered car won first place for being the fastest to travel 5 meters at the local MESA Day event at SJSU last March. She was one of 14 Campbell Middle School students who competed with guidance from math teacher Pedro Garcia and science teacher Richard Timpson.
“Campbell Middle School’s MESA class really builds students’ understanding of the application of mathematics and science through the vehicle of engineering,” said Principal April Mouton. “Students have a real-life opportunity to experience design thinking, collaboration, creativity, and presentation skills.”
According to data from San Jose State University, 60 percent of MESA students go on as math, science or engineering majors.
The MESA Schools Program assists students in increasing their educational performance, and becoming better prepared for a college and university education and helps students expand their math and science knowledge, and learn more about the exciting career opportunities in related fields. It is funded by the state legislature, industry contributions and grants that support MESA centers at public and private universities throughout the state. 
 

2015-2016 Class Registration Meeting

Please join the principal in the media center on Tuesday, April 21st at 6pm to learn about next year's dynamic class offerings.  As a 7th or 8th grader next year, your child can select their year long exploratory class.  We are also offering new advanced courses in English, Social Studies, and Science; and zero period class offerings.   The PTA meeting will follow this meeting.

San Jose Earthquakes

Love soccer? Want to go to a San Jose Earthquakes game? Then buy tickets through CMS PTA! Look for the flyer in yesterdays Thursday envelope. Great fun for the whole family!! These special discounted tickets will sell out,so order soon! Last day to order will be May 6th. Additional order forms are in the office and the file has been uploaded to the PTA yahoo group.San jose Earthw11150154 10202763286882343 206896022967666223 n

Multicultural Night is Coming: Tuesday, March 31st.

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Multicultural Night     Join us for a special international evening and celebrate CMS multicultural diversity.

Tuesday, March 31, 2015 @ 5:30PM to 6:30PM in the CMS Cafeteria

Sample free delicious multicultural food, watch a fashion show-highlighting traditional clothing, and enjoy parent and student entertainment.  For more information, please call Community Liaison, Mariza Ramans at 408-364-4222 ext 5283.

Great Things are Happening at CMS

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Here is a highlight of some of the great district, state, and city recognitions that CMS students and staff achieved during the last copy of weeks:

February 25th: Leadership teacher, Ms. Quick and 13 CMS students had an opportunity to participate in WE day at the SAP center.  WE day is an international conference. We Day is the movement of our time, empowering a generation of young global citizens through an inspirational event and a year-long educational initiative; recognizing students for local and global community service.

March 7th: MESA teachers, Mr. Garcia and Mr. Timpson, and 14 MESA students competed in various math, engineering, and science competitions at SJSU against various middle schools in the region.  6th grade girls: Samantha Romero and Tania Mederos Gomez captured 1st place overall in the mousetrap car event!

March 20th: Campbell Middle School's Counseling Program and Caring Community Environment was nominated for a Project Cornerstone Middle School Award!

March 21st: Your Principal, April Mouton, was recognized as the City of Campbell's Educator Service Honoree.  Also on March 21st, Ms. Sullivan and CMS Band students participated in a band competition and performance rating.  Two students, Elizabeth Butler and William Xu earned a score of "superior", the highest awarded score!

March 27th: Ms. Anderson and the National Junior Honor Society Students participate in a random act of kindness by encouraging students to bring a banana on campus!  Free ice cream sundaes.  Extra bananas were donated to the Rosemary after school program!

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  • Period 1 8:30–9:23
  • Period 2 9:27–10:16
  • Break 10:16–10:26
  • Period 3 10:30–11:19
  • Period 4 11:23–12:12
  • Lunch / FLEX 12:12–12:44
  • FLEX / Lunch 12:44–1:16
  • Period 5 1:20–2:09
  • Period 6 2:13–3:02
  • Period 1 8:30–9:10
  • Period 2 9:14–9:54
  • Break 9:54–10:04
  • Period 3 10:08–10:48
  • Period 4 10:52–11:32
  • Lunch 11:32–12:16
  • Period 5 12:20–1:00
  • Period 6 1:04–1:44
  • Period 1 / 2 8:30–10:16
  • Break 10:16–10:26
  • Period 3 / 4 10:30–12:12
  • Lunch / FLEX 12:12–12:44
  • FLEX / Lunch 12:44–1:16
  • Period 5 / 6 1:20–3:02
 

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District News

City of Campbell is recruiting Youth Commissioners among residents in gr 7-12 in the 2015-16 school year. Apply by 5/13. Info: 408-866-2104
Rosemary teachers at A L fashion show! http://t.co/vYc9CDkgXh
CMS 6th grader Samantha Romero will be one of 500 students at Chico's MESA Day showcasing science, math & engineering projects. Go Bulldogs!

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