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Center Grove Middle School  Monthly Newsletter  

 

 

 

 

 

Center Grove Spring Physicals

 

DATE: Wednesday, April 11th

TIME: 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

WHERE: CGHS Vandermeer Gym –

 Enter at Hall of Excellence - Door #9 or Door #6

COST: $35.00

REGISTRATION: Begins March 6th, online at

 

https://ticketracker.com/store/category?schoolId=259&catalogCategoryId=370

 

Athletes/Parents should schedule an appointment online and print the following Documents needed for physical documentation.

 

There are 4 forms to download and print:

 

 

  • Concussion and Sudden Cardiac Arrest Acknowledgement Form

 

  1. Must first read “Heads Up Concussion” Fact Sheet for athletes and parents

  2. Must first read “Sudden Cardiac Arrest” Fact Sheet for Athletes and Parents.

 

  • Center Grove Athletic Information and Signature Care

 

Payment must be made at the time of the online scheduling; forms must be completely filled out prior to the actual physical time; and, forms are available online at https://www.centergrove.k12.in.us/Page/2290 and in the Athletic Office

 

 

 

 Volunteers Needed

   Our Book Fair runs from May 7-11 and we need volunteers!  All volunteers will receive a free book/item  of choice up to $15.  If you want to volunteer, please contact Cristy Owens at: Owensc@centergrove.k12.in.us.  Thanks so much!

 

Yearbook

Help your student remember friends, classes, fun and more by purchasing a yearbook for them today. Cost: $35.    For cash or check, bring payment made out to Center Grove Middle School Central Yearbook, to the front office or 

Order at yearbookforever.com

 

 

 

 

 

Center Grove Lacrosse

Come Play Now!!! Winter practice is ongoing on Friday nights in January and February from 6-7:30PM at the Gathering Place, 1495 West Main Street, Greenwood, IN 46142 for elementary school boys and girls.

Gear is available if you want to come try it out, and bring your friends!!

Season Information: Lacrosse is a Spring sport. Registration opens soon and practice starts for grade school and middle school after Spring Break each year.

Who can play lacrosse?
Any boy or girl born before 2009*
U10 Boys: (Boys with gloves and helmet non-contact with stick checking)
U12 Boys: (Boys with full equipment non-contact with stick checking)
U14 Boys: (limited contact)
High School Boys (full contact)

Where can I buy lacrosse equipment? Empire Lacrosse, Play It Again Sports and Dick's Sporting Goods, or you can borrow gear at the Winter practices

Please visit the Center Grove Lacrosse website at http://www.centergrovelacrosse.com for additional information, registration and more FAQs!

 

 

 

Center Grove Aquatic Club Spring Swim Lessons

 

CGAC offers individual swim lessons conducted on a one-to-one child to instructor basis.  Children out of diapers -12 years old are accepted.  Each session includes 4 nights of 40 minute lessons and costs $75 per swimmer per session.  Online registration opens February 19th on our website www.cgacswim.org.  Spring lesson dates offered are as follows: 

 

Session IMarch 12-15

Session IIApril 9-12

Session IIIApril 16-19

Session IVApril 23- 26

Session VApril 30-May 3

Session VIMay 7-10

Session VIIMay 14-17

 

Times slots are tentative and subject to change (5pm-5:40pm; 5:45pm-6:25pm; 6:30pm-7:10pm; 7:15pm-7:55pm).  For more information, see www.cgacswim.org or email questions to swimlessons@cgacswim.org.

 

Center Grove Aquatic Club Summer Competitive Long Course Season

 

CGAC Summer Competitive Long Course Season starts Monday, April 9th.  New swimmer open evaluations will be held on April 5th from 5:30 pm -7:00 pm at Center Grove High School pool.  For more information, see www.cgacswim.org or email questions to info@cgacswim.org.

 

 

 

School Calendar

You may view our school calendar online.  It is updated as soon as changes occur.  Please visit our school website at www.centergrove.k12.in.us/cgmsc and select view calendar underneath the upcoming events. Homework and Announcements on the Web Each day, we post homework, which is listed by teacher/teams, and announcements on our website.  Our homework and announcements can be found at:www.centergrove.k12.in.us/cgmscthen click the shortcut name on the right side of the page.

 

 

2017-2018 Center Grove Middle School Central PTO

The PTO offers parents a great opportunity to help support the teachers and students throughout the year.   There are many ways that the PTO works with the teachers and administrators including:  Staff Luncheons, School Dances, Froyo Fridays, Spirit Wear, Box Tops and School Support (assist in classrooms, library, Book Fair, screenings and other school related functions).  We really need parent support to make this PTO thrive.  The PTO needs parents that would like to be involved and all levels of participation would be greatly appreciated (whether sending in items or volunteering one time or weekly).  Please email Darci Fosnot, current PTO president at: mscpto@centergrove.k12.in.us to volunteer.  

 

 

 

 

 

 317-885-4607

Attendance/Early Dismissals

ATTENDANCE PHONE LINE - School attendance is important.  If your child is going to be absent for any reason,  please call the attendance hotline at 317-885-4607, follow the prompts and leave a message before 9:00 AM each day.  We ask that you do this to ensure the safety of our students.

EARLY DISMISSALS - If you are calling in to have your student released early, please call the attendance line at 317-885-4607, follow the prompts and list the time you need your student released under the reason.

EXTENDED ABSENCES - In the event of a family emergency or a planned absence which will result in missing several days of school, students need to complete a family leave form well in advance of the day to be missed.  We highly encourage parents to plan family vacations during our calendar breaks as attendance does influence a child’s ability to succeed in school.

DOCTOR NOTES - It is a good idea that when a doctor’s visit accompanies an absence that you ask the doctor to write a note for our school files, and it will count as an excused absence.  If a student arrives to school late from a doctor’s appointment, please have them turn the slip into the office.  Without the slip it will count as a tardy.

 

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