Callahan Middle School

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  • We are Ramblers!

    Citizens of the World!

    Rambler Advisory Homerooms are working hard this year to develop relationships and build a sense of community within our school.  The devastation of the Bahamas by Hurricane Dorian provides us with the opportunity to prove our commitment to the entire world community. 

    Callahan Middle School will be accepting donations for those affected by Hurricane Dorian from Monday, 9/ 9/19- Friday, 9/13/19. 

    Students may bring donations to their homerooms each morning.  Community members may drop off donations at any time to the front office.  If you have a student at our school, please designate their name on the donation, as we are running a contest between homerooms to collect the most items!

    The following items are needed:

     

    Water

    Water purification tablets

    Electrolytes

    Pedialyte

    Baby wipes

    Diapers

    Formula (Preferably already made)

    Ropes

    Tarps

    Shovels

    Rakes

    Duct tape

    Flashlights

    Batteries

    Solar powered phone chargers

    Feminine products

    Sunscreen

    Hand sanitizer

    Light blankets

    Work gloves

    Chain saws

    Power tools

    Ready to eat foods

    Non-perishable foods

    Manual can openers

    Mosquito netting

    Bar soap

    Powdered laundry detergent

    Extension cords

    Garbage bags

    First aid items

    New blankets

    New sheets

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  • LAST NIGHT'S FOOTBALL GAME HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED FOR WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29 AT 5 PM AT WHNS.

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  • CMS School Advisory Council

    Join Our Team!

     

    If you would like to participate in the School Advisory Council for the 2019-2020 school year, please complete the bottom portion of this form and return to Ms. Devereaux.

     

    Duties and Responsibilities

     

    1. SAC meets approximately four times a year.
    2. Committee is made up of the principal and elected representatives from both instructional and non -instructional staff, parents, and community members.
    3. Assist in the preparation and evaluation of the school improvement plan.
    4. Assist in the preparation of the school’s annual School Improvement budget.
    5. Assist in monitoring and measuring the effectiveness of the school improvement plan using school climate survey and state assessment data.

     

     

    _____ Yes, I am interested in serving as parent representative on the CMS SAC.

     

     

    ___________________________        __________________________       __________________          

               Parent Name                                         Student Name                                   Phone

     

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    CMS DRESS CODE 

    Clothing and accessories are required to reflect neatness, cleanliness, and good taste.  Students are expected to be modestly dressed and groomed. Students who fail to comply with dress code policy will be assigned lunch detention and will be required to change clothing before returning to class. 

    Dress Code Requirements:

    1. Students shall wear shoes at all times. Closed toed shoes are recommended.  Athletic shoes are required for P.E.
    2. Students’ pants shall be worn at the waist and pants may not have holes, in the upper thigh area. Undergarments should not be exposed. Form fitting pants such as yoga pants or leggings should have appropriate coverage.
    3. Students shall be permitted to wear shorts. Short or extremely tight shorts or skirts are not appropriate. Shorts must be the length of the fingertips when standing straight up with arms fully extended on the thigh.
    4. All students shall wear full coverage shirts or blouses reaching the armpit area. Shirts must cover midriff area and may not have spaghetti or thin straps less than 3 inches.  NO racer back cut tank tops or see through clothing.   Undergarments should not be exposed.
    5. Clothing displaying profanity or inappropriate material may not be worn at school.
    6. Distracting jewelry and hair styles are prohibited.
    7. Masks, face paint, disguises, and costumes are prohibited.
    8. No head coverings, including, but not limited to: caps, hats, bandanas, or hoods shall be worn at school. (Exception: Knit caps may be worn outside during cold weather.)
    9. Students are required to wear a PE uniform when participating in gym.
    10. Pajamas and slippers are not acceptable school attire.

    **Please note dress code must be followed on special event or dress up days. **

    Please refer to Nassau County Code of Conduct for a more extensive explanation of the Dress Code. 

                                      

                     

     

     

                      STUDENT CELL PHONE POLICY

    Cell phones are a distraction to the learning environment.  Therefore, cell phones must be turned off and kept in backpacks (not in the pockets of clothing) at all times.  If cell phone is visible, it will result in the phone being confiscated by school personnel.  Parents will be required to come to the school to pick up the cell phone.  Smart watches are not to be used as communication devices while on campus.  Wireless earbud accessories are also prohibited.

     

     

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  • 7th Grade Shots Due BY August 12!

    All 7th grade students are required to turn in an updated shot record reflecting the TDAP vaccination BEFORE they may attend classes this year.  Students who arrive on campus without an updated shot record will not be allowed in class.

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  • General information for Back-to-School and supplies can be found in following document:

     

    2019-2020 School Supply List and Back-to-School Information

     

    Back to School

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  • Fortify App

     

    Nassau County School District

     

    Any student, educator, parent or member of the public can report school safety concerns directly to law enforcement and school administrators anonymously and easily through the FortifyFL app or www.getfortifyfl.com.

    The Florida Legislature directed this tool’s development in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act.

    The app, which is available for download on Apple and Android mobile devices, is critical to ensuring all Florida schools are safe environments where students and educators can experience and share the joy of learning without fear.

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  • Low Cost Internet 

    Families who qualify for free/reduced lunch also qualify for low cost internet services from Comcast.  Visit the link below for more information:

    https://internetessentials.com/Families

     

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