CHS posts highest scores ever on ACT in ALL SIX CATEGORIES! Congratulations students and staff for all of your hard work! Continue story to see test scores and five year trend.

recyclingCEVSD be collecting electronics to recycle next week Tuesday, Jan. 20 through Friday Jan. 23 at both CHS and CES.  Computers, keyboards, mice, scanners, flat screen monitors, printers, cell phones.

Will accept 1 CRT monitor accompanied by a complete computer at no charge

  • Any CRT not accompanied by a complete computer, will be charged $5.00
  • Old tube-style TVs - $15.00 fee

If you or anyone you know received new electronics for the holidays and will need to dispose of old electronics, bring them to us!


 

PTO Meeting

November 6, 2014

President Abby Crock called the 3:30 meeting to order.  Present were officers Kristen Long and Stacy Lowe, teachers Mary Pangle, Jeannie Yontz, Janet Powers, Judy Brown, Jenny Rucker, Audrey Cordray, Janae Norman, Mindy Theobald, Janet Crum, Brandey Mincks, Denise Furr, principal Tiffany Speck and three additional parents.

The minutes of the October meeting were read and Janet Powers approved them as read.

Treasurer Kristen Long made a treasurer report.  She provided a break down for the fall festival.  The fall festival had a profit of $1,315.38.  The change from the pumpkin judging has not been counted yet.  The penny raffle profit was $1,540.24. There is still an outstanding bill from Food Center that will be paid. 

The fall festival was held on October 26.  Special thanks to all the volunteers and the Caldwell High School National Honor Society for helping volunteer.  The attendance and profit was down from the previous year.  It was discussed that maybe we will try to revamp the fall festival next year and try something a little different. 

Tiffany Speck reported she spoke with the school board about helping paying towards the Accelerated Reading program.  They agreed that will help pay towards the cost of the program. 

Red ribbon week was a success.  The students really responded well to the activities and events that were planned. 

PTO will do a shirt fundraiser.  The order forms will go home with students the week of Thanksgiving and need to be returned back to the school by December 5 to ensure delivery before Christmas break.  The shirts will be ordered from Your Way Graphics, owner Darla Haas. 

Janet Crum asked the PTO to donate towards a chrome book for I heart reading night.  Janet Powers made a motion to approve up to $250 towards the purchase and Brandey Mincks 2nd the motion. 

Lori Miller would like a donation to help pay for gifts and a luncheon for the Veterans Day program.  Alicia Warren made a motion to donate up to $400 for the program and Susie Schockling 2nd the motion. 

Teachers can receive $100 reimbursed from the PTO for supplies purchased if they work two events and attend 2 meetings.  Receipts need turned in no later than September for the previous year to the treasurer Kristen Long for reimbursement.  

Ideas for a new playground fundraiser were discussed.  A few teachers thought about a t-shirt with a picture of the new equipment for students and staff to purchase would be good.

Denise Furr made a motion to adjourn.  The next meeting will be December 4, 2014 at 7:00pm.

Respectfully Submitted,

Stacy Lowe

 

Secretary

Caldwell Honors for Students
November 3, 2014
CHS 5:30 PM

Attending: President Schehl, VP Brown, Treasurer Hall, Beth Gaydos and Secretary Snyder

 

Minutes: read and approved

 

Treasurer’s Report:  Deposit $300= $250 in Memory Viva McConnell and $50 check from All Alumni Judy McMullen. 5 book reimbursements paid out, stamp and envelopes $161.22 paid out for membership drive, 2 Interest Payments= $.19 & $.23.

 

Administrative Report: list left on table for group to review and the group decided everything on this list was for other groups to cover so it was decided to offer the Teacher Grants again so that teachers could present their requests, up to $500 total.

 

Brittany King of the Class of 2013 inquired of the process to get her reimbursement and Treasurer Hall gave her the information.

 

New Business: Group stuffed and stamped envelopes for the membership drive.

 

Old Business: Membership Drive $875 collected so far, including $500 from the new hotel- even before the membership drive went out.

 

Action Items: Secretary will print Teacher Grant forms and membership brochures and drop off to the Guidance Counselor and ask him to place one of each in all the teacher mailboxes. The forms will need to be turned in by December 15th and decided upon at the January meeting. Teachers have to be members in order to be considered.

 

 

Next meeting: January 5, 5:30 PM

Blizzard Bags

Dear Kindergarten Family,

Please complete Blizzard Bag Day 1 for the calamity day (future date) and return within 10 days to the classroom teacher.  If the bag is not returned in 10 days your student will be marked absent for that day and receive a failing grade.

If needed, blizzard bags 2&3 will be available online. If you do not have internet access please let your child’s teacher know and they will give you a hard copy.  If you have any further questions please contact your child’s teacher.   Thanks!

Blizzard Bag 1 Link (PDF)
Blizzard Bag 2 Link (PDF)
Blizzard Bag 3 Link (PDF)

Yours in Education,

Kindergarten Teachers

Students’ work can be found on line through Progress Book (if you need a log-in, contact the school office for a registration code) or through your teacher(s) in paper form. These Blizzard Bags need to be completed for a grade and for attendance. They are due 10 school days after the teacher assigned them. If you have questions, please contact your teacher(s) immediately.

 

Blizzard bags can be found in the following locations.
Grades 9 - 12: Sign into Gradebook, under the Homework section to the right, click View All Homework

Students’ work can be found on line through Progress Book (if you need a log-in, contact the school office for a registration code) or through your teacher(s) in paper form. These Blizzard Bags need to be completed for a grade and for attendance. They are due 10 school days after the teacher assigned them. If you have questions, please contact your teacher(s) immediately.

 

Blizzard bags can be found in the following locations.
K - Link
Grades 1 - 8: Sign into Gradebook, under the Homework section to the right, click View All Homework



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PTO Meeting

October 2, 2014

President Abby Crock called the 7:00 meeting to order. Present were outgoing officers Mary Pangle and Alicia Warren and new officer Stacy Lowe, teachers Janet Powers, Mindy Theobald, Judy Brown, and Janet Crum, principal Tiffany Speck, and one additional parent.

The minutes of the September meeting were read by Mary Pangle and Mindy Theobald made a motion to approve them as read.

Alicia Warren reported last year’s purchases for 2013-2014 school year were as followed:


·         IPad Covers

·         Beverages and Pastries for Pastries with Parents

·         Red Ribbon week items

·         Kindergarten rug

·         Accelerated Reader Program

·         Meals for teachers before conferences

·         Paint for snow plow

·         Rick Sowash (author/lodging)

·         Stacy Lowe volunteer fingerprints

·         IPad for fall I love reading night

·         Father/Daughter dance DJ

·         Popcorn popper contribution to boosters

·         Cedar Point Tickets and Gas Card for spring I love reading night

·         Teacher wish lists/Janet Crum, Jenny Rucker, Tiffany Speck

·         Teacher appreciation Grab Bags

·         After OAA testing pizza

·         Box Top prizes

·         First Aid Kits


Tiffany Speck made a motion to approve the report and Judy Brown seconded.

New PTO officers for 2014-2015 school year are as follows:

·         Abby Crock-President

·         Vacant-Vice President

·         Kristen Long-Treasurer

·         Stacy Lowe-Secretary

·         Holly Harriman-Media Relations

Stacy Lowe and Jodie Casteel will be the Box Top coordinators. We still need a go-to person at the school to be helpful to the officers when they need something.

Pastries with parents was a big success again this year. We do need to find a different location next year. The band room was cramped and couldn’t accommodate the parents and students. Also, Janet Crum noted that some parents thought it was a little too soon in the year due to kindergarten separation. 

The mother/son fishing day was also very well attended at the OSU Research pond.  Ryan and Abby Crock grilled hot dogs.  PTO supplied all the food and worms. The leftover worms were donated to the Boy Scouts. Jim Mizik with Soil and Water Noble Soil and Water Conservation District supplied fishing poles. 

Box Top collections are off to a great start. Since school started, we have collected over 5,000 box tops. Teachers and students are reminded to continue to turn them for the classroom incentive program.  A few classes have reached the 500 level of popsicles for the class.

Tiffany Speck spoke about the need for new playground equipment. We need to decide what we need and to start fundraisers for it.

The fall festival planning is still underway. It will be held on October 25. It will be from 4:00-8:00 with costume judging beginning at 5:00 on the cafeteria stage.  Chance Stoffel will bring his photo booth again this year. Janet Crum and Brittany Biggs will do the pumpkin decorating contest on the cafeteria stage. Kristen Long is organizing the color baskets for the raffle. Stacy Lowe and Kristen Long will make raffle tickets to send home with students. Mary Pangle and Mindy Theobald will be in charge of the kitchen. They will also have ice cream for sale. Abby Crock will be in charge of the games. Audrey Cordray will find volunteer workers. Alica Warren is buying prizes. We still need a group or organization to do the haunted hallway. A few different groups were mentioned and phone calls will be made to see if they are interested. We also still need someone to do the costume judging.

Red Ribbon week will be October 20-24. The theme will be “Don’t FALL into drugs!” Kristen Long has ordered all the supplies and will do a display in the showcase window.

There is one more junior high football game Thursday October 9. Mindy Theobald will run the concession stand in the small band stand booth.

Teachers can receive $100 reimbursed from the PTO for supplies (pencil sharpeners, pens, bulletin board supplies, etc.)  purchased if they work two events and attend 2 meetings.  Receipts need turned in to the treasurer Kristen Long for reimbursement.  

We will be doing our annual t-shirt fundraiser. Kristen Long is gathering pricing.

Anna Whetzel had a request for the PTO to help purchase a food warmer for use in the junior high concession stand. It was discussed and decided against at this time.

Mindy Theobald asked for the PTO to help pay towards the Accelerated Reading program of possibly up to $5,000.  The program could cost $8000 which is partially funded with Market Day and title 1 funds. It was discussed since the AR program is state mandated and price has increased substantially over years that the school should fund it. Tiffany Speck said she will speak to the board about funding the program. This was tabled until November.

Janet Crum made a motion to adjourn. The next meeting will be Thursday, November 6 at 3:30pm.

Respectfully submitted,

Stacy Lowe

 

Secretary

Caldwell Honors for Students Organization

September 8, 2014 5:30 PM CHS

 

 

Attending: President Allan Schehl, VP Judy Brown, Treasurer Martin Dwight Hall, Guidance Counselor Justin Seebach, Beth Gaydos, Secretary Vickie Snyder

 

Minutes: VP Brown moved to accept, all voted approved

 

Treasurer’s Report: Days Inn gave a $500 check at their Open House, $65 came in from the All Alumni attendees, Interest for 4 months $.22, $.21 $.23 $.25, 13 book reimbursements were paid from 2013/14 list (out of 27)

 

Administrative Report: the group welcomed Guidance Counselor Seebach to the meeting.

PSAT- Oct 15, signup soon for Sophomores- group can reimburse ½ to students

Around 10 new students in the HS building

Zane State College Fair, Oct 10 with around 80 colleges to be there and financial aid info

Sophomore Hands-On – take students to Mid East, Zanesville vocational schools

Enrollment – around 172 at the high school, several at Post Secondary and Vocation Schools

A+ Program, pull assignments by subject area from online site, for use at home and at school

Dual Credit – classes in this are English, CAD and Ag

 

Old Business: $3.00 coupon at DQ – we add $96 with the blizzard coupon donated by the DQ

 

New Business: approved brochure changes, for November’s work meeting to do the membership drive mailing

 

Action Items:

Ø  Secretary to email the business listing to VP for Business name changes and address changes in our mailing list to have returned in time for printing.

Ø  Secretary to print brochures with application form, address labels and return address labels and bring along with envelopes and stamps to work meeting, November 3.  Also to prepare the envelopes and brochures for the Officials mailing, but wait until after the election to label and mail.

 

 

Next meeting: November 3, 5:30 – Mailing work meeting.

There is information on Miami’s “Bridges Program” in which students can earn $2,500-$4,000 per year to attend Miami. Ten Bridges participants can even earn full tuition scholarships to Miami. Information is in the guidance office for seniors about the dates of the sessions.

CES/CMS Cafeteria Price Changes
Milk - $0.35
K-3 lunches - $2.20
4-8 lunches - $2.45

 

Congratulations to Mr. Schott & our F-1 Team!!!

 

      They were:  1st in the State, 1st in Pit Display judging, 1st in Portfolio judging, and 1st in Engineering.

Team members are:  Matt Zwick, Carley Yontz, Caleb Sanford, Calvin Parmiter, Jonathan Niswonger,

           Andrew Lori, John Crum, Nick Roberts, Kyler McElfresh, Daniel Leasure, Bricker Lori, & Joshua Crum

Good luck at Nationals!

Congratulations to the Students of the Grading Period for the 3rd Nine Weeks!

 

Freshmen – Troy Hardesty & Shannon Holt

Sophomores – Jaret Ackely & Bricker Lori

Juniors – Lexi Waller & Sierra Helsel

Seniors – John Crum & Paige Gaydos

Blizzard Bag Day # 1

7th and 8th Math, 8th Social Studies, 7th and 8th Reading, and 8th Science- Test #1 and #2

7th grade Science Test #7 and #8

Put your Name in the Name Box at the beginning.

  1. Put your teacher’s email for the subject you are taking test for: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  2. http://www.linkstolearning.com/links/Ohio/ohio_achievement_test.htm Then choose your grade and subject.

 

7th Language Arts: Complete both sides of the adjective worksheet.

7th Social Studies- Do the PDF Miller Blizzard 1

8th Language Arts: Please write a short persuasive piece explaining why schools should or should not implement blizzard bags. Be sure to include a thesis with three reasons for or against blizzard bags and support these reasons with details.

 

Blizzard Bag Day # 2

7th and 8th grade Math, 7th and 8th Reading, and 8th Science, 8th Social Studies- Test #3 and #4

7th grade Science test #9 and #10,

7th Language Arts: Read the “Is Facebook Making You Mean?” article (Page One, Two, Three) from Scholastic Magazine.  Write a paragraph explaining your opinion. Your paragraph will need to include AT LEAST five sentences. You will need to include at least three facts from the article to support your argument. These facts need to be written in your own words. Use proper grammar - spelling, punctuation, and sentence structure DO count.

8th Language Arts: Please write a short narrative about an event in your life you will always remember. Write a story about what happened. Be sure to narrate an event or series of events and include specific details.

7th Social Studies- Do the PDF Miller Blizzard 2

1.   Put your Name in the Name Box at the beginning.

2.   Put your teacher’s email for the subject you are taking test for: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

3.   http://www.linkstolearning.com/links/Ohio/ohio_achievement_test.htm

7th Language Arts: Read the “Is Facebook Making You Mean?” article from Scholastic Magazine.  Write a paragraph explaining your opinion. Your paragraph will need to include AT LEAST five sentences. You will need to include at least three facts from the article to support your argument. These facts need to be written in your own words. Use proper grammar - spelling, punctuation, and sentence structure DO count.

8th Language Arts: Please write a short narrative about an event in your life you will always remember. Write a story about what happened. Be sure to narrate an event or series of events and include specific details.

7th Social Studies- Do the PDF Miller Blizzard 2

 

Blizzard Bag Day # 3

7th and 8th Math, 7th and 8th Reading,8th Social Studies and 8th Science- Test #5 and #6

8th Language Arts: Write an informative piece explaining a sport, talent, or interest you have. Make sure to effectively organize your writing and include relevant content.

7th Science test #3 and 6

1.   Put your Name in the Name Box at the beginning.

2.   Put your teacher’s email for the subject you are taking test for:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

3.   http://www.linkstolearning.com/links/Ohio/ohio_achievement_test.htm

7th Social Studies- Do the PDF Miller Blizzard 3

7th Language Arts: Take a look outside or at a room in your house.  Grab a piece of paper and pencil. You will be writing a sensory paragraph to DESCRIBE what you are looking at. This paragraph will need to include:

3 Senses (sight, smell, taste, touch, sound)

2 Types of Figurative Language (simile, metaphor, hyperbole, personification)

Use this Website for Figurative Language Help!

http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/lesson-docs/LiteralFigurativeHandout.pdf

Dear Third Grade Family,

Please complete Blizzard Bag One for the calamity day on February 18, 2014.  We sent home a hard copy on February 21st.  It needs to be returned by Monday, March 3rd, 2014.  If the bag is not returned your student will be marked absent for that day and receive a failing grade on all given assignments. Blizzard Bags Two and Three will be available on line and a hard copy will be also sent home.  If you have any questions please contact your child's teacher.

Blizzard Bag #1 Link (PDF)
Blizzard Bag #2 Link (PDF)
Blizzard Bag #3 Link (PDF) 

Yours in Education,

Third Grade Teachers

extended


Caldwell Schools will be making up time by adding a half an hour to the end of each day. This begins March 3rd and ends April 25th. This added time will make up three snow days.
April 17th and May 12th are now scheduled calamity make-up days.


Consol Energy Power Up Contestconsol
Consol Energy has offered to give one of five local high schools $10,000 if they win a contest called The Consol Energy Power Up Contest. Anyone can participate, they simply need to log onto www.consolenergy.com/powerup and fill out your name, email, etc. We need to get as many people as possible to do this so please spread the word. The contest runs until May, so please get the word out, and don’t stop until the end of the school year.

Dear Parents and Students:

It is with great excitement that I join the Caldwell Elementary / Caldwell Middle School family as the new Principal. I know that this is ajohnson community that is supportive of their schools and I look forward to working with all of you. The staff here is also excited about starting a new year and about helping students be successful academically and grow into responsible citizens through classes, clubs, sports and events.

Monthly, I will put out a parent newsletter that has information about current events and dates for school wide activities. I will also highlight current trends in education. Newsletters will be available on the backs of the menu and on the website.

As you visit the school you will notice the newly waxed floors, new art on the door-ways courtesy of Jenny Rucker and Megan Rataiczak, and some new faces.  First, Mrs. Rucker formally Title One Math will now be First Grade, we are working on hiring a JH Math teacher and a new Speech teacher, Mrs. Croucher is our new Nurse, Mrs. Crum has moved to being the Office Secretary, Mrs. Curtis has moved to the Special Education Secretary position, and Mrs. Block is our new Curriculum Coordinator and Special Education Coordinator.

To be successful, students and families will need to be familiar with the expectations of each teacher and with the student handbook. Please read the handbook carefully, sign the agreement, and return the form to school.  I hope to bring as much dedication and hard work to the district as the community, staff, students, and families have brought forth.  If you have questions or concerns, please call me at 740-732-4614. Thank you and I wish you much success this year.

Upcoming Events:

August 14th: Kindergarten Orientation. A-L at 9:00 and M-Z at 10:30

August 15th: Grades 4-8 schedules will be posted

August 20th:First day of school

August 26th: Open House 4pm - 6pm. Come out to meet the teachers and staff on the way to / from

the fair!

August 26th- September 2nd:        Break for Fair and Labor Day. Good luck exhibitors and participants!

 

Sincerely,

Rebecca C. Johnson

Principal

2011-2012 CHS Report Card - 12 out of 12
Caldwell High School met 12 out of 12 indicators on our state report card, and met “adequate yearly progress.” 
State Report Card
2011-2012 CES Report Card - 11 out of 15
Caldwell Elementary School met 11 out of 15 indicators on our state report card, and met “adequate yearly progress.” 
State Report Card
2011-2012 District Report Card - 12 out of 12
Caldwell Exempted Village SD met 22 out of 26 indicators on our state report card.
State Report Card

Caldwell Band Parents/Boosters Meeting

Minutes from the January 15, 2013

President Jenny Rucker called the 7:00 meeting to order. Present were officers Cherish Ditch, Jim Cooper, Tresa Patten, Beth Cain, and Janet Powers. There were 5 parents and 4 students present.

Jenny read the November Minutes for a very sick Janet Powers. Jim made a motion to accept the minutes and Tresa seconded it. The motion passed.

Cherish stated that there is still diet pop, pixie sticks, and a box of nacho chips left. She wants to get into the Band Stand early and make a different set up. The hot water tank is missing. As new parents of band students come into the band-please put them on the band stand list.

Jim Cooper gave the Treasurer’s Report. 3 of the 4 winners from the November 200 Club donated back their money. Mr. P signed for 9 flash drives at Gillespies. We netted $155.00 from the poinsettia sale. (See the report for the balance). Davette excitedly made a motion to accept the report and Beth seconded it with so much joy!

December 200 Club winners

#94 Nellie Chandler

#65 Jenny Cress

#18 Ladies Auxiliary (Eagles)

# 88 Becky Hendershot

January 200 Club winners

#45 Terry Rataiczak

#20 Noble Collision

#17 Mike and Kathy Crum

#54 Franklin Powers

#111 Debbie Cain

Beth gave a report on the points earned by the students. The point report will be taken from Beth and given to the Treasurer, Jim Cooper.

There are only 2 banquets this year. The next one will be the Honor’s Banquet.

There was a suggestion for a clipboard to be placed in all areas to sign in to work. Please sign parent’s and student’s names on the paper. (This is due to the different names of parents and students).

There was discussion about the points being useless, since we all have to pitch in to help. We need to have point accountability. We need to get other parents involved to help get band member their 50 points. We need to form a committee to revamp the points system. Each function is at least 6 hrs and the band student gets only 5 points. Banquets can be up to 12 hrs and still they get 5 points. We need more value for the more difficult activities. Tresa stated that the banquets are crazy! Jim, Beth, Roger, and Davette will be on the committee. They will meet before the next meeting.

The Officers will go on the trip with the kids, their payment is covered. They can pick someone to take their place on the trip.

The company gave us the uniform pants that were messed up. The other ones are not in yet. They should be here by the first of March.

Davette will be our back-up plan for the fundraisers.  There was a discussion about the poinsettias. They came from Angel’s Greenhouse. Not many were sold. We missed out on local businesses and churches. Suggestions: Mid-Way, grave blankets, wreaths, swags, and poinsettias. Davette will be in charge of fundraisers.

We can make up to $200-300 if we do the Community yard sale at St. Stephens’ Catholic Church. 2-3 people can do it. Anyone want to help? We will need crafts, baked goods, and etc. towards the end of February.

There was a suggestion to put together a band calendar explaining what we do each month and the kind of work we do. Poinsettia sale should be the 1st of October, Avon sale at Easter, etc. T-shirts with instruments and sweatpants were discussed. We could sell t-shirts at the alumni banquet to former bandies.

We will need videos of parades and games of the upcoming season.

We had the 3rd and final reading of the change to a 5 year rotation for trips. Roger made a motion to vote and Davette seconded it. The motion passed.

On the no trip year, maybe we could do a bonfire for them.

Point clarification: If it states mandatory for banquets and there is a no-show- students will receive a negative 5 points (-5).  Students must communicate why they will NOT be at the banquet.

If we had 25 parents and 6 football games, then each family would need to work 3 games. We need 1 adult for every 3 kids at the fair.

Seniors did NOT work this year, their trip has been tabled. No discussion.

When there is a small trip, maybe we could go to Kennywood and spend the night and then go to the waterpark the next day.

We need to start the 200 club earlier next year.

Other ideas: candy bar sale, peanut butter eggs, or bake sales at both schools.

Motion made by all to adjourn and all seconded it.

The meeting was adjourned at 8:30.

The next meeting will be Tuesday February 19, 2013 in the High School Auditorium.

Respectfully submitted,

Janet Powers

 

 

 

 

Caldwell Band Parents/Boosters Meeting

Minutes from the January 15, 2013

President Jenny Rucker called the 7:00 meeting to order. Present were officers Cherish Ditch, Jim Cooper, Tresa Patten, Beth Cain, and Janet Powers. There were 5 parents and 4 students present.

Jenny read the November Minutes for a very sick Janet Powers. Jim made a motion to accept the minutes and Tresa seconded it. The motion passed.

Cherish stated that there is still diet pop, pixie sticks, and a box of nacho chips left. She wants to get into the Band Stand early and make a different set up. The hot water tank is missing. As new parents of band students come into the band-please put them on the band stand list.

Jim Cooper gave the Treasurer’s Report. 3 of the 4 winners from the November 200 Club donated back their money. Mr. P signed for 9 flash drives at Gillespies. We netted $155.00 from the poinsettia sale. (See the report for the balance). Davette excitedly made a motion to accept the report and Beth seconded it with so much joy!

December 200 Club winners

#94 Nellie Chandler

#65 Jenny Cress

#18 Ladies Auxiliary (Eagles)

# 88 Becky Hendershot

January 200 Club winners

#45 Terry Rataiczak

#20 Noble Collision

#17 Mike and Kathy Crum

#54 Franklin Powers

#111 Debbie Cain

Beth gave a report on the points earned by the students. The point report will be taken from Beth and given to the Treasurer, Jim Cooper.

There are only 2 banquets this year. The next one will be the Honor’s Banquet.

There was a suggestion for a clipboard to be placed in all areas to sign in to work. Please sign parent’s and student’s names on the paper. (This is due to the different names of parents and students).

There was discussion about the points being useless, since we all have to pitch in to help. We need to have point accountability. We need to get other parents involved to help get band member their 50 points. We need to form a committee to revamp the points system. Each function is at least 6 hrs and the band student gets only 5 points. Banquets can be up to 12 hrs and still they get 5 points. We need more value for the more difficult activities. Tresa stated that the banquets are crazy! Jim, Beth, Roger, and Davette will be on the committee. They will meet before the next meeting.

The Officers will go on the trip with the kids, their payment is covered. They can pick someone to take their place on the trip.

The company gave us the uniform pants that were messed up. The other ones are not in yet. They should be here by the first of March.

Davette will be our back-up plan for the fundraisers.  There was a discussion about the poinsettias. They came from Angel’s Greenhouse. Not many were sold. We missed out on local businesses and churches. Suggestions: Mid-Way, grave blankets, wreaths, swags, and poinsettias. Davette will be in charge of fundraisers.

We can make up to $200-300 if we do the Community yard sale at St. Stephens’ Catholic Church. 2-3 people can do it. Anyone want to help? We will need crafts, baked goods, and etc. towards the end of February.

There was a suggestion to put together a band calendar explaining what we do each month and the kind of work we do. Poinsettia sale should be the 1st of October, Avon sale at Easter, etc. T-shirts with instruments and sweatpants were discussed. We could sell t-shirts at the alumni banquet to former bandies.

We will need videos of parades and games of the upcoming season.

We had the 3rd and final reading of the change to a 5 year rotation for trips. Roger made a motion to vote and Davette seconded it. The motion passed.

On the no trip year, maybe we could do a bonfire for them.

Point clarification: If it states mandatory for banquets and there is a no-show- students will receive a negative 5 points (-5).  Students must communicate why they will NOT be at the banquet.

If we had 25 parents and 6 football games, then each family would need to work 3 games. We need 1 adult for every 3 kids at the fair.

Seniors did NOT work this year, their trip has been tabled. No discussion.

When there is a small trip, maybe we could go to Kennywood and spend the night and then go to the waterpark the next day.

We need to start the 200 club earlier next year.

Other ideas: candy bar sale, peanut butter eggs, or bake sales at both schools.

Motion made by all to adjourn and all seconded it.

The meeting was adjourned at 8:30.

The next meeting will be Tuesday February 19, 2013 in the High School Auditorium.

Respectfully submitted,

Janet Powers

 

 

 

 

animated_busSnow Route Schedules (click here) for the 2012-2013 school year.
The Snow Route Schedules are to be used for extreme cases; only after a severe weather event and only after the superintendent makes the public announcement stating that “Caldwell Buses will be running Snow Routes today”. The telephone parent notification program, local radio stations and the school district webpage will all be used to notify parents of this decision. 

Ladies and gentlemen:  The cannon that you see on the sophomore float before you is the cannon that you have heard at all the home games for over 30 years.  It was fired every time the team first ran onto the field and during the first kick-off.  In addition, it would be fired for every score, including extra points.

In approximately 1981, Mr. M.D. Hall (shop teacher) along with Mr. Don Archer (Ag teacher) decided to build a cannon as a combined shop and Ag project along with their students.  The wheels were salvaged from an old horse drawn farm implement and the beams were donated from the Charles Haas barn.  Pipes and tubing, along with other various parts, were collected from scrap behind the shop area.

Mr. Hall believes the cannon was first shot at the 1981 or 1982 homecoming game.

We are very saddened to have to announce tonight the retirement of the cannon some 30 years later.

At the end of the last home game against River, Mr. Schott was struck by fragments from the barrel.  Upon inspection of the barrel, with much regret, it was decided to take the cannon out of service due to metal fatigue.

However, the cannon will remain on display as usual in the concourse area located outside the gymnasium.

CHS Choir - State Contestchoir
Congratulations to our Mixed and Women's Choirs for receiving I's at State Contest!

Jr. High results:
Caldwell Jr. High Choir was the only Choir in the District at either the Jr. High or High School level to compete in Men's, Women's, and Mixed Choirs at Large Group Contest.  All three Choirs received I ratings.


 

ecologyEcology Class Project
Mrs. Hesson and her Ecology class would like to thank Roger and Esteal Hendricks for donating a new pink flowering dogwood and Midway Greenhouse in Belle Valley for donating flowers for the flower box in front of the high school.  Both were recently planted as part of our efforts in continuing to strive to become a "greener" school.

CHS Spanish Piñatas 2011-2012
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CHS Art Show 3rd 9 Weeks 2011-2012
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Start spreading the word that the Caldwell High School Cheerleaders are sponsoring a “Battle for Bethany” benefit on April 15th

CHS Art Show 2011-2012 Part 2
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CHS Staff Q and A

By: Derek Zwick

Caldwell High School Physical Education and Health Teacher Julie LaFollete

Q. Where did you receive your college education?

A. Muskingum University

Q. Is teaching Health at the high school a lot different than teaching Health at the elementary school?

A. Yes, we cover a lot more in depth at the high school and it is very fun.

Q. What is your experience like in gym when you receive new freshmen every year?

A. It’s always fun to get new kids fresh slayed.

Q. What activities do you do in gym class?

A. We play basketball, volleyball, football, soccer, Frisbee soccer, speedball, dodge ball, matt ball, whiffle ball, fitness testing, weight room and everybody’s favorite the Monday Mile.

Q. What do you like about Caldwell High School?

A. It’s a very nice place, the kids are fun and the faculty members are great to work with.

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Senior Salute

By: Linda Mikes

This week’s Senior Salute goes out to Mr. Bradley James Crock.  Brad is the only child of Jim and Kathi Crock.  He lives in Caldwell and has a dog and cat.  Brad is known to sometimes read the morning announcements.

His favorite movie is “Elf” while his favorite T.V show is “Sportscenter”.  Brad likes listening to “Song of the South” by his favorite artist Alabama.  Brad’s favorite food is pizza and his favorite restaurant is White Castle.  He likes to sleep on rainy days.  Brad’s favorite class is Physics which is taught by his favorite teacher Mr. Young.  Favorite quote is “If you drink, don’t drive, do the watermelon crawl”.

Brad said that the best word to describe him would be “nerd.”  His most embarrassing moment would have to be tripping up the stairs, while his fondest moment is the bulb in Ms. Gibeaut’s overhead projector burning out and catching fire.  Brad is very friendly with everyone and after high school; he plans on majoring in Business and using that to get into law school.  Brad’s advice to underclassmen is “Don’t quit trying.”

 

Senior Salute

By Caleb Poling

This week’s Senior Salute goes out to Katlin Stewart. She is the daughter of Todd and Darla Stewart and the sister of Noah Stewart. Katlin is involved in 4-H and the Junior Fair Board and also plays volleyball.

Katlin’s favorites include the Cat and the Hat movie, the television shows “Family Guy” and “Jersey Shore” and the song “I Adore You”. She also enjoys the book To Kill a Mockingbird, shopping at American Eagle, and eating at Buffalo Wild Wings.

Katlin’s favorite quote is “Don’t let the world change your smile, let your smile change the world.” She describes herself as amazing and she can often be found spending time with Maggie Tilton, Chandra Schoeppner, and Skylar Hesson. She advises the underclassmen to “have fun. high school will fly by so make the most of it.”

 

 


CHS Art Show 2011-2012
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PTO Sponsored Fun Night
Please come and enjoy an evening with your family playing games and sharing laughter! Games and popcorn will be provided; soda will be available for $.50. Please mark your calendars!! 

Where: Caldwell Elementary School Cafeteria
When: Date: Thursday, Feb. 16th Time:  6-7:30 p.m.
For more information: Contact Abby Crock at 740-581-0519 or the CES Office at 732-4614.

"Caldwell Honors for Students proudly sponsors this award and provides prizes along with Geri's DQ, long-time partner in honoring our students."

Congratulations to the following students for being selected as the students of the grading period.

First Nine Weeks
Freshmen – Jessalin Carpenter - Delmer Lincicome
Sophomores – Paige Gaydos - Derek Keene
Juniors – Alex Secrest - Justin Huffman
Seniors – Nicole Kelly - Jessi Boney


CHS Students of the Grading Period
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Second Nine Weeks
Freshmen – Kyler McElfresh and Daniel Leasure
Sophomores – Drew King and Matt Zwick
Juniors – Korrina Long and Brooke Southard
Seniors – Tyler Abrams and Jensen Croucher

PTO Meeting

October 6, 2011

President Janet Powers called the 7:00 meeting to order.  Present were officers Alicia Warren, Abby Crock, Heather Gregg, and Mary Pangle.  Also present were Mr. Phillips, teachers Judy Brown, Mindy Theobald, and Joan Jackson, along with five additional parents.

The minutes of the September meeting were read.  Tracy Christ made a motion to approve and Mindy Theobald seconded it.  The minutes were approved.

Treasurer Alicia Warren reported that outstanding bills include $90.04 for the perfect attendance books that were given last spring.  No deposits or bills have been taken care of for the concession stand at the football games.  There is one more game on October 13.

PTO sold Wally’s pizza at the Engine and Power Show and our profit was $69.90 for the two days.  Mandy Yurco, who had volunteered and worked a shift, suggested that in the future we sell something more unusual, such as funnel cakes or caramel apples, and our t-shirts.  Mary will talk to Darlene Bettinger, a representative of the group,  to see if this is possible.

The Fall Festival, which will be October 21, was discussed. Jodie Casteel  had flyers there for approval and she will get those out soon.  Abby reported that the volleyball teams are working on the Haunted Trail.  It will be held in all weather and only cancelled in a storm.  No other committees had reports.

Abby reported on the proposed sale of shirts.  They found that  Payton Enterprises from St. Clairsville is definitely the cheapest.  We can pay $6.00 for the shirt and the decal.  Locally, the shirts cost $6.50 and the decal is extra.  Alicia had purchased 53 shirts for $2 each at JoAnn Fabrics and we will get decals put on these.  Abby is also checking on hair ribbons that could be sold.  They found wrist bands that are red and gray tie-dyed.  Tracy Christ made a motion to order 600 for $143.99 (23 cents each) and Abby seconded.  The bands will be ordered.  Abby made a motion that they go ahead with the process to order the shirts and Mandy Yurco seconded.

Family Fun Night was discussed.  We will try to plan one for January and one for March.

Tracy reported that the Flea Market will not be held in October because of many conflicts.  We will plan to do again in May and possibly something for back to school in July or August.

Gwynn Cunningham was not present so there was no report on the discount cards.  Alicia will contact her to find out the progress.

Lori Miller sent a letter requesting funds to help with the upcoming Veterans’ Day program on November 9.  She asked for up to $200 for notepads and flowers.  Abby made a motion to approve and Heather seconded.  The motion passed.

A thank you was read from Nicole Tolbert .  She was thanking us for the teacher appreciation gift that she received last May.

Janet read a note from Colleen Hallard, who represents the Girl Scouts, asking that she be permitted to pass out balloons at the Fall Festival.  She will be permitted and a table will be provided.

Mandy Yurco reported on sunglasses that she has seen at Meadowbrook.  They are called Custom Shades and they can be ordered with school colors and mascot .  They sell for $10 and come in both youth and adult sizes.  Mandy will get more information for us.

Shannon Sebring expressd some concern that the proposed after school art program would be difficult to implement and many students would not be able to participate.  She wanted us to consider having it during the school day so that all students can benefit.  There  would also be some problems with that proposal and these were discussed.  We are encouraged to bring some contact information to the next meeting.  Another idea was to have an Art Day periodically throughout the year when the students do only art.

Judy Brown’s class won the treat for having the most parents present.  They will be given a treat by PTO.

Dave Ritterbeck made a motion to adjourn and Mindy Theobald seconded.  The meeting was adjourned.


The next meeting will be November 3 at 3:30 in the library.

Respectfully submitted,

Mary Pangle

Secretary

Our school needs your help!  Save your empty inkjet printer cartridges -  they have value!  Our school has found a company that will pay us cash for empty inkjet printer cartridges.  They then remanufacture the inkjet cartridges and sell them at significant savings to their customers.  Cartridges should be brought to Caldwell Elementary Office in a plastic bag to prevent

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ES:  4 with 1 repeat
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ES:  4 with 1 repeat

PTO


Caldwell PTO Supports Technology Improvement
The Caldwell PTO is playing a vital role in technology improvements for Caldwell Exempted Village School District.

Over the course of the 2009-2011 school years, the Caldwell PTO has donated over $18,000 to the district which was directly earmarked for technology improvements.   This has led to newer computers, peripherals and office software for PreK-12.

PTO News - March 2011
The CES PTO would like to thank everybody for donations and participation with our annualspringfling Spring Fling.

Raffle Winners were:  iPod-Angie Shambel; bike-Devin Powers; Tim McGraw tickets-Kathy Taylor; $25.00– Kristina Wilson; and candles-Kim Archer.  Mrs. Powers’ homeroom won the dance.   Spring Fling Totals:

Raffle profit:  $2,999.81     Pie in the face:  $277.57
Country Store:  $1,741.00 Regular auction:  $187.00
Silent auction:  $87.00 Donations:  $320.00

Total profit for Spring Fling was $7,627.73.  That’s $2077.00 more than last year.


 

As part of our “Rachel’s Challenge,” we would like to start a program for new students entering Caldwell Elementary.  Our “Welcome Committee” would like to raise money to buy a Caldwell t-shirt for all new students entering our school starting with the 2011-2012 school year.

In order to do this, we would like to have a bake sale once a month to earn money for the project.

We need your help to make this a success.  Each month we will have       different grade levels bring in baked goods.

Wednesday, February 23, Grades 6, 7, & 8 are to bring baked goods.  We will hold the bake sale after students have eaten their lunch.

March will be grades 3, 4, 5

April will be grades K, 1, 2

May will be All grades

 

Caldwell Honors for Students

Caldwell High School

September 13, 2010

Attending: Guidance Counselor John Defibaugh, President Allan Schehl, Treasurer Martin Hall and Secretary Vickie Snyder

Minutes: May minutes reviewed, approved by group. No June meeting.

Treasurer’s Report:  one 2009 Book Reimbursement paid, 7 paid for 2010, summer interest gained $1.78 for a balance of $5,902.98.

Administrative Report:  link

Old Business:  Logo contest, Allan will research for an idea to start us on the guidelines

New Business: 3 memberships paid will go towards the 2011 Year Membership Drive

The group discussed the PLAN and PSAT tests payment and agreed to stay with the 2008 agreement of paying ½ of each test unless another source picks up the payment on either or both tests.

Action Items:

Review membership address listing

Scan letter and bar for possibility of adding graphic to brochure for identification connection back to the organization

Bring suggestions for brochure edits to next meeting

Next meeting: Oct. 4                                                submitted: Vickie Snyder, Secretary

As we begin a new school year, please remember that learning is not an easy process.  It involves exploring the unknown and taking risks.  Learning also requires hard work by students, teachers, and parents.  With all these in place, it will assure us the excellence that we are striving for at Caldwell Elementary School.

The 2010-2011 school year will begin Monday, August 23rd.

Schedules, classlists and lockers will be available  at the elementary office on a date to be announced.
Enjoy the rest of your summer and we will see you soon!

Yours in education,
Chad Briggs, Principal

pdfThe new revisions of the CES & CMS student handbooks are now available to view online.
CES - Link
CMS - Link

Caldwell Honors for Students
May 3, 2010
Caldwell  High School

Attending: Vice President Beth Gaydos, Guidance Counselor John Defibaugh, Treasurer Martin Hall, and Secretary Vickie Snyder

Minutes: Moved to approved corrected minutes by Treasurer, seconded by Guidance Counselor.

Treasurer's Report: added $.57 and $.66 in interest, made 2 deposits ($405 and $125) of membership drive monies, paid for yearbook ad of $32.00, paid for bars and letters order of $421.87, and paid out one more $150.00 Book Reimbursement. Guidance Counselor approved Treasurer's Report, Secretary seconded.

Note: PC Systems sent a letter in regards to the organization's tax status, Treasurer will go to their office and sign the paperwork.

Administrative Report: click this link for report.

Note: our book reimbursement should not affect any student's chances of getting a scholarship as ours is NOT an award or scholarship, but reimbursement once they have finished a quarter of college, or more, and have book expenses to be reimbursed.

Old Business: Honors Banquet – any of the group can attend sponsored by the organization, Allan will represent the group with an organization overview.

$525.00 more came in for our membership drive, bringing our total collected this year to $3,106.00.

Logo Contest Guidelines- postponed until next meeting.

New Business: Treasurer moved to approve all 17 Book Reimbursement applications, Secretary seconded, all approved.

Secretary will put names from Membership Drive in the Journal.

Electing new officers has been tabled until next meeting.

Next meeting: June 7, 5:30 p.m.

Caldwell Honors for Students Administrative Report
John Defibaugh, Guidance Counselor
April 5, 2010

 

Submitted the nominee for the Robert C. Byrd Scholarship

Educators Luncheon held at Zane State, March 3rd mainly to highlight “Pathways to Engineering” program. Attended by Mr. Podlasiak, Nicholas Warren and GC

Noble County Cluster was held March 9th at Jobs and Family Services. No new cases for the Caldwell School District were introduced

OGTs were given the week of March 15th to the 19th, and a practice OGT was given to the 9th graders. “Make up” OGTs were administered the following week

College Night was held at OUZ/Zane State Thursday, March 25th at 6:00 p.m.

Two juniors were accepted to the “Pathways to Teaching” program at Muskingum State for the 2010-11 school year: Liz Nau and Katlin Weisend

Paul Young, College Representative from Zane State, visited Tuesday, March 30th

Seniors are arranging to do entrance exams at Zane State and Washington State

Three or four of the local scholarships have arrived at the Guidance Office

No new elective courses will be offered for next year and scheduling will begin next week

“Award of Merit” certificates (4) regular and (4) career technical have been ordered

13 students have submitted the “Intent to Participate” in the Post Secondary Enrollment Options

As of this date, 33 students have applied for the Mid-East Career and Technology Centers

Honors for Students’ Book Reimbursement applications have been announced and provided to seniors, and some are coming back in- will review applications for approval to award at the Honors meeting on May 3 

Caldwell Honors for Students
Caldwell High School
April 5, 2010

 

Attending: President Allen Schehl, VP Beth Gaydos, Guidance Counselor John Defibaugh, Secretary Vickie Snyder, Judy Brown.

Minutes were moved for approval by John and Judy seconded.

No treasurer’s report.

Administrative Report: attached

New Business:

The group approved $32.00 yearbook ad expense to be paid.
Judy agreed to represent the group at the Awards Assembly on May 28th for awarding the book reimbursements & guidelines.

Secretary will print and fold several brochures to be placed at all seats for the Honors Banquet. Official Board members please plan to attend. Allen will speak in the organization’s behalf.

Logo: it was mentioned that a logo is needed for easy recognition of our organization on our brochure, our letters, in advertising, etc., the yearbook ad as an example. Judy suggested that we make it a contest for students to compete in. Allen stated at our May meeting we would work up the guidelines for the contest that could run in the fall.

Old Business:
Book Reimbursement applications are being announced and some are being turned in.
Membership Drive: Food Center sent in their annual donation of $500.00 for the MVP of the basketball game against Shenandoah.

Bars and Letters are in, bill is yet to be given to the treasurer to be paid.

Upcoming Dates to hold:
May 14 Honors Banquet
May 28 Awards Assembly
June 6 Graduation
Next Meeting: May 3rd, 5:30 p.m.

Submitted by: Secretary Vickie Snyder

 

In preparation for the 2010-2011 school year,  Caldwell Elementary School is conducting a survey of those children who will be attending kindergarten this fall.  Please call the school  (732-4614) if you have a child who will be attending kindergarten in the fall.

3/15 - Reading
3/16 - Math
3/17 - Writing
3/18 - Science
3/19 - Social Studies

"Caldwell Honors for Students proudly sponsors this award and provides prizes along with Geri's DQ, long-time partner in honoring our students."

Congratulations to the following students for being selected as the students of the grading period.

First Nine Weeks
Freshmen – Hanna Depuy  -  Jacob Carpenter
Sophomores – Kevin Warner – Rachel McKown
Juniors – Hannah Jones – Derek Zwick
Seniors – Nick Hummerich – Jewel McKown

Second Nine Weeks
Freshmen – Matt Zwick - Justin Hardesty
Sophomores – Rachel Cooper - Shane Baker
Juniors – Bryan Sawyer - Caleb Poling
Seniors – Taylor Minyo - Kyle Kirkbride

Third Nine Weeks
Freshmen - Andrea Mettler & Victoria Gaydos
Sophomores - Alex Secrest & Caleb Van Meter
Juniors - Melissa Harper & Tim Schenkel 
Seniors - Kaitlyn Hesson & Josh King 

Fouth Nine Weeks
Freshmen – John Crum, Roger Harper, Bridget Lewis
Sophomores – Kale Rayner, Cody Guy
Juniors –  Tyler Abrams, Jensen Croucher
Seniors –  Amy McKown, Katie Lamp

FOOTBALL
Head Coach: Mike Devol
College Attended: Glenville S.C.
History of Coaching: Caldwell H.S. ’74-’93; Warren Local H.S. ’94-’01; Parkersburg South ’01-’05; Caldwell H.S. ‘08
Record as Head Coach: 238-107-2
Overall Coaching Record: 238-107-2
Current School Record as Head Coach: 138-73-2
Family Info: Wife-Connie; Children-Jill, Troy, and Rob
Greatest Moment as Head Coach: Winning W.Va. State Championship 2003
Hobby: Outdoor/Indoor Landscapes; Oil Painting
Coaching Inspiration: Father-Howard J. Devol; H.S. football coach Ernie Moore
If I Wasn’t a Coach I Would Be ___?: -A teacher
Quote about Upcoming Season: ”We are going to teach as many kids as we can about the game of football and about life, and we will have fun in the process.”

BOYS BASKETBALL
Head Coach: Bryian Burson
College Attended: Muskingum
History of Coaching: 3 Years Head Coach at Caldwell
Record as Head Coach: 15-49
Overall Coaching Record: 15-49
Current School Record as Head Coach: 15-49
Family Info: Wife- Kathy, Two sons Ryian and Austin
Hobby: Sports
Coaching Inspiration: Bobby Knight, Jim Burson
If I Wasn't a Coach I Would Be ___?: Financial Advisor
Quote about Upcoming Season: "It's time to make some progress with this program. Results need to happen on the court."

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Head Coach: Mike Podlasiak
College Attended: West Liberty
History of Coaching: Head Boys coach Meadowbrook 2 years, Head boys coach Coshocton 3 years, Head boys coach Caldwell 6 years, Head boys Coach Union Local 3 years
Record as Head Coach: 170-155
Overall Coaching Record: 160-144 (boys), 10-11 (Girls)
Current School Record as Head Coach: 10-11 (Girls)
Family Info: Mary Lou (wife) (no children)
Hobby: Golf
Coaching Inspiration: Jay Circosta
If I Wasn't a Coach I Would Be ___?: bored
Quote about Upcoming Season: " We need to get some kids to step up their game at the offensive end of the court. If we get that, we can be a pretty good team.."

WRESTLING
Head Coach: Dustin Robison
College Attended: Marietta College
History of Coaching: J.H. Head Coach 2000-01, Varsity assistant 2001-06, Head coach 2006-present
Record as Head Coach: 34-10
Overall Coaching Record: 34-10
Current School Record as Head Coach: 34-10
Family Info: married to Katie Robison
Hobby: Fishing and hunting
Coaching Inspiration: father and brother
If I Wasn't a Coach I Would Be ___?: bored
Quote about Upcoming Season: "We will wrestle the way we prepare. It will be fun to see who steps up for us because there are several unknowns for us, but that's why we have the season."some progress with this program. Results need to happen on the court."

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Any time that road conditions would be severe enough to warrant the use of SNOW ROUTES (click here), it will be announced to you by the Parent Notification System, as well as on the radio and our website stating “Caldwell Exempted Village School District will be running SNOW ROUTES”.

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Any time that road conditions would be severe enough to warrant the use of SNOW ROUTES (click here), it will be announced to you by the Parent Notification System, as well as on the radio and our website stating “Caldwell Exempted Village School District will be running SNOW ROUTES”.

Caldwell Exempted Village School District
Introduction to the PreK-12 Notification System

PreK-12 Notification is a telephone and email messaging service that will be used by CEVSD to quickly and effectively communicate important school news to parents. Parents can receive all urgent and non-urgent announcements throughout the school year.

Parent accounts are already created with your home number entered, but parents can enter up to three more numbers and email addresses to be notified from.

Using PreK-12 Notification, you'll always have timely information about school:

  • Emergencies
  • Closings, delays and early dismissals
  • General reminders

To get started using the system you must first create a pin. You can do this simply by calling the Family Hotline at 1-800-846-4976 from your home number.

You will hear a welcome message and have the following options to choose from:

  1. Most recent messages sent from your school
  2. Manage Emergency contact information,  create or change your pin information
  3. More information – About PreK-12 Notification

If you press 2 and this is your first time using the system:

                You will be prompted to create a pin (4 Numeric numbers)

If you have already created a pin you will hear this menu:

  1. Change your pin code
  2. Add, change, or delete numbers
  3. Add or delete email addresses

After creating your pin you can also manage your contact information from the web at:

http://www.caldwell.k12.oh.us/             

Click on Call Notification on the menu bar

Use your 10 digit home phone number for your ID and your recently created pin to access the system.

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
10/3
Popcorn Chicken
Green Beans
Roll
Fruit
Milk 
10/4
Hamburger Gravy
Mashed Potatoes
Peanut Butter Sand.
Fruit
Milk 
10/5
Chili/Crackers
Cheese
Donut
Fruit
Milk 
10/6
Chicken Patty on Bun
Spiral Fries
Peach Cobbler
Milk 
10/7
Pizza
Salad
Pineapple
Milk 
10/10
Taco in a Bag
Lettuce
Cheese
Green Beans
Fruit
Milk 
10/11
Chicken Strips
Salad
Roll
Fruit
Milk 
10/12
Egg Patty
Hash Brown
French Toast
Fruit
Milk 
10/13
Salisbury Steak
Mashed Potatoes
Roll
Fruit
Milk 
10/14
Pizza
Carrots/Ranch Dressing
Pineapple
Milk 
10/17
Ham & Cheese on Bun
Fries
Fruit
Milk 
10/18
Chicken Patty on Bun
Salad
Fruit
Milk 
10/19
Stromboli
Carrots/Ranch Dressing
Fruit
Milk 
10/20
Hamburger on Bun
Cheese
Fries
Fruit
Milk 
10/21
Pizza
Corn
Pineapple
Milk 
10/24
Chicken Nuggets
Green Beans
Roll
Fruit
Milk 
10/25
Chili/Crackers
Cheese
Peanut Butter Sand.
Fruit
Milk 
10/26
Cook's Choice 
10/27
Sloppy Joe on Bun
Fries
Fruit
Milk 
10/28
Pizza
Salad
Pineapple
Milk 

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
10/3
Cheeseburger on Bun
French Fries
Peaches
Milk 
10/4
Taco on Soft Shell
Meat/Cheese/Lettuce
Carrot Teenies
Orange
Milk 
10/5
Chicken Strips
Mashed Potatoes
Gravy
Roll
Sherbet
Milk 
10/6
Corn Dog
Potato Wedges
Applesauce
Milk 
10/7
Ham & Cheese
Stromboli
Green Beans
Fruit
Milk 
10/10
Chef Salad
w/Ham/Cheese
Muffin
Crackers
Shape Up
Milk 
10/11
Chicken Nuggets
Corn
Peanut Butter Sand.
Orange
Milk 
10/12
Rotini w/Meat Sauce
Cheese
Applesauce
Breadstick
Milk 
10/13
Turkey/Cheese on Bun
Waffle Fries
Peaches
Milk 
10/14
Cheese Pizza
Salad/Ranch
Fruit
Milk 
10/17
Popcorn Chicken
Corn
Pears
Milk 
10/18
Salisbury Steak
Mashed Potatoes
Gravy
Roll
Shape Up
Milk 
10/19
Chili Soup/Crackers
Peanut Butter Sand.
Cheese Slice
Sherbet
Milk 
10/20
Hot Dog on Bun
Baked Beans
Peaches
Milk 
10/21
Pepperoni/Cheese
Breadstick
Green Beans
Fruit
Milk 
10/24
BBQ Pulled Pork on Bun
Potato Wedges
Pineapple
Milk 
10/25
Grilled Cheese Sand.
Tomato Soup
Crackers
Shape Up
Milk 
10/26
French Toast Sticks
Syrup
Sausage Patty
Hash Brown
Orange
Milk 
10/27
Chicken Patty on Bun
Green Beans
Peaches
Milk 
10/28
Pepperoni Pizza
Peas
Fruit
Milk 

 


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 NEW ELEMENTARY & JR. HIGH SCHOOL HOURS THIS YEAR!
The school will open their gym doors at 8:00 a.m. this year for students to enter.  Students will be dismissed to their classrooms from the gym and begin their day at 8:20 a.m..
 The day will end at 2:50 p.m.  Please make a note of these time changes.
Please update the website with current/future events - items needed include: schedules for Spring sports; updates on meetings for Board of Education; Athletic Boosters, etc.  Anyone who is submitting information on the site should keep their information updated & encourage the use of our website - not just ProgressBook (even though its a great tool, there is alot more we could take advantage of on the site).

  Advocate for our school & the many benefits gained from the extra-curricular activities (Band, choir, sports, Art, etc).

Vote YES on the levy March 4th !

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* TICKETS FOR THE HARLEM ROADKINGS COMEDY BASKETBALL SHOW ARE ON SALE AT BOTH CALDWELL SCHOOLS AND AREA BUSINESSES COST IS $8.00/TICKET

*THE CORNHOLE GAME BOARDS WILL BE GIVEN AWAY AT THE CALDWELL/SHENANDOAH FOOTBALL GAME. ALSO A HOG DONATED BY JR. LEASURE WILL BE GIVEN AWAY AT THE GAME.

* WASHINGTON ELECTIC WILL BE GIVING AWAY FISBEES AND HOG DOGS AT THE NOBLE COUNTY SUPER BOWL. THEY ALSO BE MAKING A DONATION TO BOTH SCHOOLS BOOSTERS CLUBS.

* DUE TO MANY CONFICTS THE OCTOBER MEETING HAS BEEN MOVED FROM THE 3RD TO THE 10TH AND THEN CANCELLED AGAIN. WE WILL TRY AGAIN TUESDAY OCTOBER 16 7:00 AT CHS.

 

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