Today’s Super Senior is Miss Alex Ingram. Name: Alex Ingram Parents: Tiffany Brown, Ed Ingram Siblings, Ages: Jesse Ingram (29), Kristena Ingram(25), Ethan Ingram(24), and Anthony Brown(12) Activities/Hobbies: Alex works at Wings Etc. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and shopping. School attended: Washington State Community College Future plans: Alex plans to go to a beauty school to be a cosmetologist. If you could have any superpower, what would it be and why? If Alex had any superpower, she would like to be able to see into the future because she wants to see if she is successful or not.
Today’s CHS Super Senior is Miss Jamee McKee! Name: Jamee McKee Parents: Melissa Gander & Skip McKee Siblings: Jesse McKee (33), Justin Miller (30), Brett Hicks (26), & Michael Hicks (28) Activities and Hobbies: Band and FFA School Attended: Mideast Buffalo For Vet assisting and animal care Future plans: Jamee plans to attend Zane State for two years and get her degree in wildlife conservation and then work as a wildlife officer. She would then go back and get a degree in zoology with an exotic animal certification and work with exotic animals in rehabilitation worldwide. Super power and why?: Teleportation because she would be able to travel and not have to fly on airlines.
Deadline to submit CCP Intent forms for 2020-2021 school year has been extended by ODE to May 1. Students can find forms on their class Google Classroom and they can be emailed to Mrs. Polen or Mrs. Sidwell
We want you to get to know the Super Seniors of CHS! Our 1st Senior is Miss Emily Bowen. Name: Emily Marie Bowen Parents: Ann and Jeff Bowen Siblings: Matthew Bowen (21) Activities/Hobbies: Emily is involved in SkillsUSA as her local chapter’s President. She was also the 2019 SE Regional President. Emily is also involved in SADD and Drug Free Clubs of America! Emily is also involved in 4-H; this is her 9th and final year. She is the club’s President, and also is on Junior Fairboard and Junior Leaders! Emily is also the 2019 Noble County Junior Fair Queen!! During her free time, Emily enjoys camping and spending time with friends and family! Where I attend: Emily attends Mid-East CTC studying Dental Assisting. Future Plans: Emily plans to attend Zane State college in the fall to start working towards her degree in education! After graduating from there she plans to transfer to finish out her degree! Super power: If Emily could have any superpower she would love to be able to have telepathy powers.
We plan to return on April 6th, however, should we need to continue instructional/emotional support online, we are ready to go Our teachers have created Google Classrooms and your child(ren) will be receiving Google invites. Please be sure they accept their invites. Be Safe!
How many of you out there are celebrating Virtual Redskin Spirit day @ home??? Email your pics to Mrs. Block @ firstname.lastname@example.org, and I will post them here on our page☀️☀️☀️. #showyourspirit
Miss Ella Bettinger is making the most of the beautiful weather we have had the past 2 days by riding the brand new bike she won during Right to Read @ CES. She would like to thank Caldwell Elementary and Community Savings Bank for the opportunity to win this awesome bike during Dr. Seuss week! It has made her time at home a little brighter! #redskinreader
What a time to celebrate our wonderful Caldwell community!! Employees packing food bags for our Redskin families. And we want to thank our Caldwell Public Library for sending some fun activities for the students. They made up bags of crossword puzzles and coloring pages to help with cabin fever. 😊😊😊 #blessed
CEVSD over 100 orders for our breakfast/lunch pickup, tomorrow, at Caldwell Elementary School! Just a reminder to call 740-732-5637 to place your order. You can pick up your orders between 11-1. Thank you to the staff who have already helped out with our grab and go orders!
CEVSD will continue to provide breakfast and lunch during our time off. Tomorrow will be grab and go meals at the elementary school. Starting Wednesday we will be providing a week’s worth of breakfasts and lunches. You may pick these items up between 11:00 and 1:00 at the elementary school. In order for us to prepare enough food, we would like you to call the district office at 740-732-5637, between 8-10 a.m., to pre-order your food. This will continue on a weekly basis for the foreseeable future. Wednesdays will be our weekly pick up day. Please call the district office if you have any questions.
Update- In order to keep the grab & go program as convenient as possible for our families, CEVSD is going to change the breakfast/lunch time to 8-10am on Monday, March 16. Parents/students of CEVSD can pick up their food in front of Caldwell Elementary. There will be an all call Monday afternoon detailing future menus and pickup procedures.
Caldwell Schools will be closed starting Monday, March 16th and will be closed for 3 weeks, by the governor's orders. All activities will also be canceled during this time. We will re-evaluate the situation at the conclusion of the break. Please stay safe during this break.
Rising Seniors: Now is the time to meet your immunization requirements for next year. Noble Co. Health Dept. will give immunizations tomorrow at 9am (March 12) at CHS. You are responsible for getting them before the start of next year. Questions, call the nurse: 740-732-4614.
Caldwell Schools are closed today, Friday, February 28, 2020.
Cayton Secrest has been nominated as our OVAC- Athlete of the Month for January. Follow the link and vote for her! You can vote once every 24 hours! 🏀🏀🏀#GoSkins belmontcollege.edu/ovac/votingper...
Congratulations to our girls and boys basketball players on being recognized by District 12! 🏀🏀🏀 First Team: Cayton Secrest, Bede Lori and Jett Lori Second Team: Matt Kowalsky and Mattie Clark District 12 Honorable Mention: Jules Hood and Sheridan Archer Congratulations to all of our athletes! Very proud of each of you! #GoSkins
Join us at CHS tonight 4pm - 7pm. Dinner is served @ 5pm. Come see the student clubs and educational options that are available for you next year. Mrs. Polen, the school counselor, will be on hand answer your course selection questions.
Caldwell Schools will be on a 2-hr delay today, Thursday, February 13, 2020.
Tomorrow, Thurs. Feb 13, join us for dinner (5pm) and the Student Showcase. See what CHS has to offer, from student groups like Bon Appetit to Career Tech. and AP. We are here for you from 4pm-7pm. Go Redskins! ps-- Bon Appetit is making donuts.
Join us at the High School, this Thurs, Feb 13 for dinner and Student Showcase! Rising 8th/9th graders and current students, please join us to see what CHS has to offer, from student groups like Bon Appetit to Career Tech. and AP. We are here for you from 4pm-7pm. Go Redskins!
Tonight’s Boys’ Basketball game vs. Monroe Central will be played as scheduled. The game is @ MCHS with a 6:00 start. There will only be 2 quarters for the JV game. 🏀🏀🏀
Caldwell Community: Today's blood drive has been cancelled and will be rescheduled.
Caldwell Schools are closed today, Friday, February 7, 2020.
Caldwell Schools will be closed Thursday (1-30-2020) and Friday (1-31-2020) due to the high volume of students being out sick. This time will be used to clean the schools as best possible to help prevent this from spreading any further.
The Caldwell Athletic Department wants to give a special shoutout and huge congratulations to Caldwell alumnus, Connie Richardson, for her honorary night tonight at Otterbein College during halftime of the women’s game against her other alma mater Heidelburg. Connie, her family and former players were present as the university honored her with an endowment fund in her name to further promote women’s basketball and the Connie E. Richardson locker room was unveiled! Congrats again, Connie, you have made Caldwell proud! #GoSkins #Alumni
The Hog Hollow Fundraiser for CHS wrestling will be held on Sunday, January 26th beginning @ 11:00 in the HS cafeteria.
Don’t forget to come to CHS today to get some Hog Hollow BBQ beginning @ 11:00. Proceeds go to support our Redskin Wrestlers. #supportyourskins
There will be a blood drive @ Caldwell High School on February 7th from 8:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Click on the link below for more details. #savealife https://arc.bottomlineink.net/vdp/images/SocialMediaAssets/Facebook/970347/Version1.jpg
Come support our CHS Wrestlers, Sunday January 26th. Hog Hollow Bbq is cooking for them. Serving will begin at 11:00 in the CHS cafeteria. All proceeds will go to the team for new uniforms and equipment. Our wrestlers will be there to serve you and make deliveries if needed. MENU: ribs, pork, brisket, nachos, tacos, beans, coleslaw, and cheesy potatoes. If you know you want more than 1 rack of ribs, please text or call Jody 740-525-6461 or Derric 740-525-2836.
CHS Senior, Kazia Barnes, was a recipient of the 26th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship out of Muskingum County. The scholarship awards minority students who have displayed academic excellence throughout high school. Kazia is the first recipient of this award from Caldwell High School and Noble County. #redskinpride #webelieveyoucan
Tomorrow night the OHSAA is hosting military appreciation night @ all basketball games around the state. The CHS boys host Beallsville. All current and former service men and women will be admitted free and recognized between the JV and Varsity games. We will also have a few honorary captains. The JV game is only 2 quarters so please plan to be there by 6:30. Thanks to all who chose to serve our country 🏀 🇺🇸
Great job CHS wrestlers today on their meet @ Shadyside. The following wrestlers placed: Collin Wiley- 1st; Marshal Sayre- 2nd; Joel Ackley- 2nd; TJ Wehr - 4th. Keep up the good work guys!!! #redskinpride
Congrats to our Lady Skins on a stellar win on the road this afternoon. Our girls defeated Trinity Christian 62-39. Way to go ladies🏀🏀🏀!
Caldwell Schools will be closed today, Monday, December 16, 2019.
Congrats to CHS Senior, Bradley Michael & Junior, Caden Moore on their All-Ohio Special Mention nominations for football!! So proud of all your hard work. 🏈🏈🏈 #webelieveyoucan
Winter Sports Parent Meeting: There will be a mandatory winter sports parent meeting tomorrow, Wed. November 6th at 6 p.m. in the high school auditorium. If you have child participating, you are required to attend.
Caldwell families- As you begin to register for PaySchools to pay for your child’s lunch account, the system asks for your child’s ID#, which is his or her ODE student ID number. If you are able to log into Progress Book, the student ID# is actually on his or her Progress Book page in the top right corner. If you do not use Progress Book, or are unable to access your child’s ID #, please email Mr. Croucher at email@example.com, and he will provide you with the number. Thanks!
ATTN SENIORS: Reminder Mon. Nov. 4 6:00PM FAFSA Completion Night @ CHS Auditorium Students/Parents will complete their FAFSA for the 2020-2021 year. See Class of 2020 Google Classroom for what to bring. Questions email Mrs. Polen
In case you were wondering....... The Blood Battle will be on Friday Nov. 1 from 8 am - 2 pm.
It is a BLOOD battle: Redskins vs Zeps. The American Red Cross will be set-up to receive blood donations in the Caldwell High School Auditorium from 8 am - 2 pm. Schedule through: RedCrossBlood.org and enter Code: CaldwellHS
You asked for it, and we heard you!! Beginning November 1st you will be able to put money on your child’s lunch account electronically. Our Treasurer’s Office has adopted Pay Schools Central as an electronic payment service to make paying for school lunches convenient for our families. Details are listed below.
THE Ohio State University will be in Noble County for an info session for interested families! This year, they will be @ Shenandoah High School Media Center, Oct. 28th, 6:30PM
Caldwell Exempted Village School District is taking an extra step to protect your child by providing cardiovascular testing for students aged 12-25 on school grounds on 11/13,11/14 and 11/15. See the News section for more info and Financial Responsibility Waivers.
CJHS Athletes have had a banner week, beginning last Saturday with Teagan Secrest coming in 1st at the OVAC Cross Country meet! The team placed 4th overall. Last night the Jr. High football team beat Waterford 36-14. Finally, our 7th Grade Volleyball team beat Fort Frye to become the 2019 Washington Co. League Champions!!! Congrats to everyone! 🏃🏻♀️🏐🏈📣
Reminder— Financial Aid Night 2019 will be Tuesday Oct. 15 6pm in CHS auditorium!
One of the many great additions to CHS this year are our amazing CLUBS! One club in particular, Bon Appetit, is a cooking club where students can make and sample their delicious creations. Bon Appetit is in need of some additional kitchen appliances to allow more students the opportunity to participate. If you have any hot plates or mixers that you would be willing to donate, your help would be much appreciated. Bring donations to the CHS office or call 740-732-5674 for more information. Thank you!!🍽🧁🍰🥧🍽
TOMORROW (Oct. 2) @6PM in the CHS Auditorium is the Fall College Credit Plus Info meeting. Any parent/guardian and student are welcome. Students planning on taking CCP classes next year or in the future are encouraged to attend.
CES 7th Grader, Jonas Copley, was rewarded with 5 tickets to watch the Cleveland Browns play the Buffalo Bills on November 10th! Jonas has proven to be a true leader in the Junior High, teaching students how to play soccer during recess & taking the initiative to raise funds to purchase soccer equipment for everyone to enjoy.
CEVSD is pleased to announce the development of Crisis Prevention Intervention Teams at both CES & CHS. CPI focuses on deescalation and non-violent behavior interventions. Natalie Ford, Clint Crane, Stephanie Dolweck, and Beth Jarvis all earned their CPI trainer certification last week. We are extremely proud of our staff and their commitment to the safety of our students!!
Congrats to our 2019 CHS Homecoming Court! Freshman Attendant: Emalee Laswell; Sophomore Attendant: Brynn Block; Junior Attendant: Amy Griffin; Senior Queen Candidates: Kendal Cobb, Lillie Yurco, Leslie Pfeffer, Kiera Siddle; Senior King Candidates: Collin Wiley, Andrew Gregg, Bradley Michael, Mason Ackley.
The Caldwell Exempted Village School District is proud to have an AmeriCorps Ohio College Guide, through Scholarship Central in Muskingum County, to periodically be on campus helping students with scholarships, college access, and on nights such as our FAFSA Completion Night. This person would also assist with cataloging Noble County scholarships to funnel to the Muskingum County Community Foundation's online search function to make scholarship searching easier for Caldwell students.
Fall CCP Meeting—Wed. Oct. 2 | 6-7PM @CHS Auditorium ANY high school students interested in taking CCP classes at CHS or on a college campus are invited to attend.
Great news for our CEVSD families!! At last Thursday’s board meeting, the board voted to eliminate all school fees for students during the 2019-2020 school year. If you have already paid your student’s fees, please contact the school and indicate whether or not you would like a refund or would like a credit on your child’s lunch account. Refunds will be issued at the board office.
Labor Day weekend did not disappoint for our Redskins!! Mason Ackley took 1st place at Newcomerstown this weekend. His Runnin’ Redskin teammates took 1st, while the girls’ team took 2nd. Our Soccer team won their 1st game of the season against Magnolia. School spirit was in full force all weekend long⚽️🏈🏆🥇
Congrats to CHS Sophomore Elle Schafer on being selected by the faculty as a model REDskin. The character of a Redskin starts with RED and builds everyday in our new Access Period. Elle demonstrated Civility to her classmates, engagement in our classrooms and took on the responsibilities of being both a good student and a leader. At today’s pep assembly she was presented three tickets to the Cleveland Browns vs Tennessee Titans football game on September 8.
REMINDERS: TOMORROW (Tues. Aug. 13) Freshmen Orientation @ CHS 5-8 Accuplacer Testing 1pm @ CHS
Here is the link to the Accuplacer Form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd1SKJ5sh2X5-FBVL_E1RrRcvzz3ePjL0IBR3V_M850_IYiUQ/viewform?usp=sf_link
REMINDER: Freshmen Orientation! Aug. 13 5PM-8PM Dinner @ 5PM followed by a general welcome, activity fair, and student tours.
CEVSD is starting a beta club for esports. CHS Students wanting to participate should fill out the survey. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScnmDKHTWhaodXL-VVJRd53BIEvqJX6Cj7mmresfEmClyYKtg/viewform This is to gauge the interest only and not guaranteeing acceptance!
CEVSD would like wish Maddee Rucker, our 2019 CHS Queen of Queen’s candidate, the very best in representing Caldwell this coming Saturday at the OVAC Rudy Mumley All-Star Football Game on Wheeling Island. The game starts at 7:00 pm, with the crowning of the queen to be held at half time. Best wishes Maddee!!!
On behalf of the Cleveland Browns Foundation, Ohio Department of Education and the National Center for Rural Education Research Networks (via Harvard University’s Proving Ground), we are excited to invite your school district to join us for the kick-off of the Get 2 School, Stay in the Game! Network. As a valued school district network partner, your attendance is important, and we look forward to further developing our partnership with you. We hope you can join us in celebration at this fun-filled event, which will take place on August 3rd at the Cleveland Browns annual Orange & Brown scrimmage at First Energy Stadium. We ask that all educators, students and families arrive at the First Energy Stadium by 1:00pm to give us enough time to check in all guests no later than 1:30pm. The Caldwell Exempted Village School District will be limited to 30 tickets and the district will decide who will receive the scrimmage tickets.
Freshmen Orientation!!! Orientation night will be held on Aug. 13 @ 5pm with dinner followed by a general welcome, activity fair, and student tours. The evening will wrap up at 8pm in the auditorium. Go Redskins!!!
CHS Cheerleaders are selling stadium seats. Cost is $40 per stadium seat. They are made of heavy canvas and the seat is padded. They have a hook on the bottom that will connect to the bleachers and a bar for carrying. Please contact Debbie Schockling or any CHS cheerleader. All orders must be received by 6/19.
We are working on putting together an edited copy of the graduation video and posting it for everyone. We are looking for anyone who may have recorded this year's graduation ceremony. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a copy that you are willing to share.
This is a reminder for parents to return youth basketball camp forms as soon as possible. The camp is for boys and girls grades Pre-K through 6th. It will take place in the high school gym on Monday and Tuesday, June 3rd and 4th from 8:00 am until 11:30 am.
On Thursday, CEVSD held its very 1st Special Olympics. Students competed in both running & throwing events. It was a wonderful experience for everyone involved. We would like to thank the American Legion, Donna Spicer & the Noble County Fairboard, and Janae Norman for organizing this event. #redskinpride
Family & friends of our 2019 CHS Grads- New this year, we will be live streaming the graduation ceremony on May 19th @ 7:00PM! Here is the link: https://westcottproductions.com/page/live_stream.html
Caldwell Jr. High & HS choirs will perform tomorrow night in the CHS Auditorium at 7:00 p.m. In addition, CHS art students will have their artwork on display in the CHS concourse. The Art Exhibition will take place from 5:30-6:45 p.m. and from 8:15-9:00 p.m. The Ag Science program will be hosting a hog roast in the cafeteria.
Mrs. Briggs’ ELA classes are working on flashlight poetry this week. #creativityintheclassroom
Family & friends of our 2019 Caldwell Grads- New this year, we will be live streaming the CHS Graduation Ceremony on May 19th @ 7:00PM! If you have family & friends who are unable to attend, they can watch the ceremony on their devices. Stay tuned for more details.
Happy Teacher Appreciation Day to all of our stellar teachers! Your commitment to the students of CEVSD never goes unnoticed. #thankateacher 🍎
Congrats to our Lady Skins on their Sectional win over Monroe Central tonight by a score of 7-6! They play Toronto on Wednesday in the next round of tournament play. #skinsforthewin
CEVSD would like to thank all of our School Bus Drivers for their dedication and for keeping our students safe every day!!!
Congrats to the following CES students on winning the LEGO design contest. 1st place- Emma Hayes; 2nd place- Marcus Rohrbaugh; 3rd Place- Ares Glidden; 4th place- Atlas Glidden
Last night’s Spring Title I Event was a huge success! So many amazing ways to learn with LEGO building blocks. Thanks to everyone who came and enjoyed this event!! Also, thanks to LEGO Man for coming back again today to visit the PreK/Kindergarten classrooms. #connectwithcaldwell #learnwithlego
C.H.S. CHOIRS BOTH RECEIVE I's at STATE!!! The Women's and Mixed Choirs traveled to Newark H.S. Friday evening and both Choirs received State Superiors. Much hard work goes into such an accomplishment. Please come out and support the Choirs at the Spring Concert on Thursday, May 16, at 7 P.M. in the auditorium.
CEVSD would like to extend its gratitude to the Noble County Council #2565 of The Knights of Columbus for their monetary donation toward a handicap accessible lunch table for the CES cafeteria. CES student Erik Greathouse, is pictured here with paraprofessional, Maryah Smith and Special Education Coordinator, Carey Block. Also present are three members of the K of C - Dustin Robison, Herman Grey, and Clair Schockling.
Clayton Bettinger was 1 of 3 sophomores inducted into the Mid-East Career and Technology Center Zanesville Campus chapter of the National Honor Society. Congrats Clayton!!
Come join the CMS & CHS Choirs for their Spring Concert on Thursday, May 16, 7 P.M. in the auditorium. Thank You seniors: Maria Blaker, Gabi Clift, Katelyn Reed, Kadence Archer, Ethan Pierce, & Kaden Rucker for your years of service to the Choir! May the road rise to meet you...
Paris 2020 Informational Meeting Tue, Apr 30 , 6:30 PM Caldwell High School, Room 106 For more informations please see "CHS FRENCH CLASS LOOKS TO TAKE A TRIP TO PARIS" news article on the website.
CEVSD would like to wish all of our Administrative Assistants a wonderful Administrative Assistant’s Day!!! We thank you for all of your hard work and dedication!! #theheartofourschools
Come out and show your support for the Class of 2022 on Friday, May 3rd from 6:00-8:00 in the CHS Cafeteria. The freshman will be hosting an all-you-can-eat spaghetti dinner with salad and garlic bread included! Meals are: Adults- $8 Kids (6 & under)- $5 Seniors (65 & over)- $5 Family- $40 All proceeds go toward the freshman class.
Come join us on May 2, 2019 @ CES from 5:30-7:00 for our Spring Title I Family & Community Event - Build Your Mind With LEGOS.
CEVSD is proud to share the latest publication of “In The Middle”, a quarterly newsletter published by the Ohio Middle Level Association. The Spring Edition features an article written by Rachel Klinger, 7th Grade ELA teacher about her former student, Eli Svercek. #redskinsinthenews
CES Jr. High visited Sky Zone today as part of the PBIS program. Students earned this trip as a reward for positive behaviors and good attendance. #connectwithcaldwell
Congrats to our CHS Softball & Baseball teams on their victories over the Zeps last night!! That’s a sweep for the season against Shenandoah. #skinsforthewin
CHS Band Members are spending another beautiful day in Orlando, at the Magic Kingdom.
CHS Marching Band, directed by David Grover, is in sunny Florida this morning at Disney’s Animal Kingdom!! #itsasmallworld
CONGRATULATIONS CALDWELL JR. HIGH CHOIR!!!!! The 40 students of our Jr. High Choir received a Superior rating at their Large Group Contest on March 22. Two weeks later, they took highest honors at Solo & Ensemble Competition by receiving 8 Superior ratings! Events were Soloists Emma Lowe & Rachel Turner, a Boys' Ensemble, two Girls' Ensembles, two Mixed Ensembles, and a Chamber Ensemble. Great job, Choir!