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Teachers ready to Crush the K-Prep Test Cat and The Hat Read Across America MCS received $5000, a $1000 for each middle school for our support for Computer Science Three pics from the district Hour of Code 168 students went to regionals to compete in the STLP (student technology leadership Program Caudill Band performs on the courthouse steps Teachers enjoying the Kentucky Railroad Museum. Students enjoy the train ride at the Kentucky Railway Museum. BMCMS Girl's Soccer Team celebrates the district soccer  championship win! Students donate money towards sending Veterans to Washington to view various war memorials. Some of the Caudill Volleyball Team Powderpuff Football Game 7th Grade Takes On Chicago More of Chicago

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Yearbooks Are On Sale

Yearbooks are on sale now!  Please visit the link below to order a yearbook.  Yearbooks are $25.00 and may be personalized for additional $5.00.  All orders and payment for yearbooks should be done online.

 http://www.jostens.com/yearbooks/high-school-yearbooks.html

Click on shop yearbooks.  Type in school name, B. Michael Caudill Middle School and it will ask for city and state and it will pop right up.

The deadline to order yearbooks is Friday, June 2nd.

 

 

Honor Flight Flag Honor Flight Flag

Caudill Middle School was presented with a flag today from representatives from Honor Flight. The flag was flown over the US Capitol on June 14, 2016 in honor of B. Michael Caudill Middle School, at the request of the Honorable Andy Barr, Member of Congress. Students raised $1,500 in an endeavor to help send guardians to assist WW11 Veterans during the flight to Washington D.C. During the trip, visits made to various memorials.  Pictured is, Che Haselwood, Beth Hicks, George Campbell and Phil Pittman.

Summer Learning and Fun Opportunities Available Throughout Madison County

Madison County - and many surrounding counties - host a variety of summer learning and summer fun opportunities for kids of all ages. Please visit the district's SUMMER CAMP OPPORTUNITIES page for details on many of these activities.

Certified Volunteers - Please Read

A letter was mailed last week from the Madison County Board of Education to all Certified Volunteers. This letter is on ivory/tan paper and is for you to complete for Re-Certification. If you complete this form and return it to your child’s school by May 19th or the Board of Education by Friday, June 30th then you will be placed on the county-wide list for Certified Volunteers for next school year (2017-2018). If you miss this deadline, you will have to take Volunteer Confidentiality Training all over again. If you have not receive your letter by May 15th and you were a Certified Volunteer please call the YSC at 387-3836 or the Board of Education at 624-4500.

YSC Sponsored Camps

B. Michael Caudill Youth Service Center will be offering two free camps for students this summer.

 

FREE EQUINE CAMP (horse therapy) on June 1-2nd 9am-1:00pm.  This camp is open to all B. Michael Caudill students. Students will need to be transported to B. Michael Caudill Middle School in order to ride bus to Deer Run Stables for program.  Parents must drop students off no later than 9am and must pick students back up at B. Michael Caudill no later than 1:00pm.  Lunch will be provided.  Space is limited.  Get permission slips from the Youth Service Center.

 

FREE Survivor Camp- This camp will be held at Glen Marshall Elementary on June 5-7th  9-12pm. This camp is for any 6th and 7th grade student that would like to learn about outdoor survival, team building, crafts, healthy snacks  and lots of other fun stuff.  Space is limited. Breakfast and lunch provided.  No transportation will be provided for this camp, parents must drop off students at Glenn Marshall by 9am and pick them back up at 12pm sharp.  Get permission slips at the Youth Service Center.

2017-2018 school year calendar set by the Board

The Madison County Board of Education voted to approve the calendar for the 2017-2018 school year. The school year will begin for students on Wednesday, Aug. 16, and end on Friday, May 25. The calendar includes a three-day fall break the first week of October as well as a full week of spring break the first week of April. The calendar can be viewed HERE.

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