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October Students of the Month
In consideration of individuals with a sensitivity or severe allergy to latex, please
dont bring latex items such as balloons and gloves to school. Thank you.
Cavelero Mid High School 8220 24th St. SE 425.335.1630
Lake Stevens, WA 98258 Mike Snow, Principal
Tonya Grinde, Associate Principal Josh Rosenbach, Associate Principal
Jim Martin, Athletic Director/Dean of Students
ASSEMBLY WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9TH
Please see attached
schedule and invite.
VETERANS DAY FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11TH
COFFEE & DOUGHNUTS
with Mr. Snow
Friday, November 18th
2 1/2 Hour Early Release on Wednesday,
NO SCHOOL Thursday and Friday, November
24th and 25th
INSIDE THIS ISSUE:
Important Dates ...................... 1
October Students of the Month 1 Lunch Time Tutoring.....2
Dress Code Information ............ 3
Cavelero Athletic News ............ 4
Bus Drop Off and Pick Up ......... 5
Attendance/Registrar Info ........ 5
Tutoring and Clubs .................... 6
NJHS ............................................ 7
COLLEGE AND CAREER CORNER Please click on College and Career Corner to see College Ad-
mission Planning Webinars. Please watch for updates in our
College Corner of the newsletter. Also, please see the link
for LSHS Counseling and Career Center News. It is never too
early to start checking out College Information.
We are. Committed, Outgoing, Loving, Talented & Scholarly
Taylor Jansen 9th Alexandro Dumale 9th
Evin Funk 8th Abbey Barney 8th
SAFE SCHOOL TIP LINE
Phone or text 855-200-5058
COLLEGE BOUND SCHOLARSHIP (8TH GRADERS) The scholarship is available to
7th and 8th grade students whose family income meets the guidelines or who are in foster
care. The deadline to sign up is June 30th of the students' 8th grade year. Please click on
the College Bound Scholarship above.
COLLEGE BOUND SCHOLARSHIPS
LUNCH TIME TUTORING
English Tuesday and Thursday 1st Lunch Mrs. Minahan in SE213 2nd Lunch Mrs. Lambert in NW214 3rd Lunch Mr. Everett in SW211
Math Monday and Wednesday 1st Lunch Mr. Whitehead in SW116 2nd Lunch Mrs. Wickizer in SE115 3rd Lunch Mrs. Wickizer in SE115
Science Wednesday and Thursday 1st Lunch Mr. Alinen in SE208 2nd Lunch Mrs. Yoshihara in NW120 3rd Lunch Mr. Winkler in SW215
STUDY CORRAL IN THE LIBRARY Tuesday and Thursday 2:05 p.m. 3:05 p.m.
(Bus will be out front at 3:10 p.m.) Mrs. Carpenter and Mrs. Asprey
Math 8 Tutoring Tuesday and Thursday 2:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. SE112
Dress Code Information Cavelero Mid High School strives to develop students who are committed learners. Our goal is to keep our students here at school. We want students to respect themselves and others. While we encourage individuali-ty, our dress code also encourages a positive and healthy learning environment. Students should dress casu-ally and comfortably for school, while wearing clothing that is well-suited for school. Clothing inappropriate to an academic environment is defined as clothing which disrupts the educational process, poses a health or safety threat, or contains prohibited imagery or language (see below). CMHS administration has the right to identify other factors that may be related to school safety or climate.
All undergarments must be completely covered at all times.
Shorts and skirts must be longer than fingertip length when arms are extended at sides. To help our stu-
dents be successful at school our dress code was revised. Part of the revision includes length of pants, skirts
and shorts and addresses holes in clothing.
Please click link to see Student Handbook/Dress Code see page 10.
Clothing must cover torso, midriff and backside, and have sleeves or 2 straps. Tops should fully cover the
Students must be readily identifiable at all times. Therefore, faces must be uncovered (no sunglasses) and
hoods are not allowed inside the building. Appropriate head covers may be worn for warmth and protection
outdoors, and inside for religious reasons or special circumstances approved by administration.
Please leave beachwear, short shorts, and pajamas at home.
Clothing, drawings, tattoos and accessories that display or promote negative messages are not permitted.
These could include drug, gang, weapon, alcohol or tobacco-related information, obscenities, put-downs,
stereotypes, sexual innuendo, offensive words or graphics.
Staff members will ask students to fix dress code concerns (administration may be involved). A violation
of the dress code will require a change of clothing or a fix to the item in question. If the outcome of this dia-
logue continues to find the student violating the dress policy, he/she will be asked to report to counseling or
the main office to change or find a suitable solution. If a student, for any reason, is unable to find clothing
appropriate for the above standards they are asked to visit the counseling office for support. Provisions will
be made to find the student appropriate clothing for the remainder of the day on a case by case basis. This
may include asking the student to change into an appropriate article of clothing they own, asking the stu-
dent to cover the offending item with another article of clothing, or (in the case of offensive language or
graphics) asking the student to turn the article of clothing inside out. If no alternate provisions can be found,
the students parent(s) or guardian may be contacted to provide them with an appropriate article of clothing
and discuss next steps. Again, our goal is to keep all students at school and we want to thank you for your
help with being proactive at home and enforcing expectations for appropriate school attire.
Working Offline on a Chromebook
Step 1. Open up Google Drive
Step 2. Select the gear icon on the upper, right-hand corner of the
Step 3. Select Settings
Step 4. Check the box to the right of Offline (Sync Google Docs, Sheets,
Slides & Drawings files to this computer so that you can edit offline)
Step 5. Select Done
Please Note: When working offline on a Chromebook, you will access to
Google Drive Apps by clicking on the circle icon - on the lower, left-hand side
of your screen. Students can create new documents offline as well. Also of-
fline documents will automatically sync to the Drive when the Chromebook
reconnects to WiFi. Please see hyperlink below.
Please check out Facebook, Twitter and our new District Mobile App.
District Mobile App.
2016-17 ATHLETIC ELIGIBILITY PACKETS
(Completed packet required for ALL athletes)
You may download the Eligibility Packet from the Cavelero website (Click Here)
May be turned in to the Cavelero Athletic Office between the hours of
8:00 a.m. & 2:30 p.m.
Eligibility Packets need only be completed ONCE per school year.
WINTER SPORTS 1 TRY-OUTS STARTED ON 10/31 8TH GRADE
BOYS BASKETBALL AND GIRLS VOLLEBALL
8th GRADE WINTER 2 SPORTS STARTS 1/23/16
Start Date for Winter 2 Season is the week of 1/23/17
9th GRADE WINTER SPORTS
Start Date for 9th Grade Winter sports is 11/14/16
*Indicates a cut sport; tryouts required, athletes must attend all
CMHS Undefeated Cross Country Team
Cavelero Mid High School is excited to have the WeatherBug forecast for Lake Stevens. The
WeatherBug program partners with King 5 news and you will occasionally see our weather station
information highlighted by meteorologist Jeff Renner. The data collected by our weather station
will also support our students and staff in our science and health classes! To view please click on
the link below. WEATHERBUG
STUDENT PICK UP AND DROP OFF
To assist morning student drop off, please pull as far forward as you can. Also to
assist us with student safety please d