Updated May 5, 2013
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The testing window for Spring 2013 Virginia Standards of Learning Assessments for students enrolled in grades 3-8 is scheduled for May 13, 2013 to June 5, 2013. These tests are a part of the statewide assessments designed to measure student achievement.
Parents are requested to help their child be prepared for these tests by: 1) informing your child of the importance of giving his/her best performance on these tests; 2) maintaining a supportive and encouraging environment of your child’s efforts in the home; and 3) encouraging your child to get adequate rest.
Parents should also be aware that students are not allowed access to cell phones or other electronic devices during testing. In recent years the use of these devices has grown among students. The use of cell phones or other electronic devices with camera features, text messaging functions, voice-activated recording capabilities, internet access, etc. pose a potential impact on test security.
Parents are being requested to notify the school if their child has a medical appointment and will be leaving school before testing can be completed.
If you have additional questions, please contact the school. Thank you for your support.
With kind regards and best wishes.
Dr. Kurt Kreassig
Congratulations to our Churchland Middle School teacher of the year,
Mrs. Leslie Bulger!
Congratulations to all our teacher of the year nominees!
(from left to right)
Mr. Ed Brown, Mrs. Sandra Rudolph, Mr. Glen Loehr, Ms. Brenda Addison and Mrs. Leslie Bulger
Visit the Churchland Middle School Library website to read weekly Featured Student Book Reviews as well as Library News in Ms. Newell’s blog!
Remember, our Reading Rewards program continues until May 3 and each successfully written book review is counted toward earning prizes at the 5, 10, 15, 20 and 25 books read levels. Don’t forget that each fiction book review ALSO counts as an entry into drawings for gift cards, books and more! A nonfiction book review counts as TWO entries for the drawings!
If you have questions about writing and submitting a book review, just ask Ms. Newell in the Library or visit the Churchland Middle School Library website at http://bit.ly/readingsuperpower!
Every student at Churchland Middle will receive a special Reading Rewards wristband !
Prizes are earned at the following levels: 5 books, 10 books, 15 books, 20 books and 25 books! Prizes are cumulative, so you may earn all of the prizes if you read 25 books!
The prizes are shown below:
5 Books 10 books
15 Books 20 Books
AND…there’s a special prize for the Top Reader for the School!
Please take a moment to review the CHMS dress code policy and make sure you dress for success!
CHMS Dress Code 2013
Math 7 and Math 8 students
will need to purchase a
TI-30Xa Scientific Calculator
for the 2012-2013 school year.