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Central Middle School SUMMER WEB MAILING INDEX 1. Parent
Central Middle School
SUMMER WEB MAILING INDEX
1. Parent letter
2. Handbook Policies
3. Attendance Policy change letter – English/Spanish
4. Supply List
5. Bus Routes – Regular/Late
6. Courtesy Bus Letter/Form
7. HIV/AIDS Supt. Letter
8. Health Opt out form
9. Parent Medical sign-off form – English/Spanish (nurse)
10. Parent sign-off from – student picture/directory
11. Pomerance Permission Form
12. Debit Account Form – Food Service
13. Free/Reduce lunch forms – English/Spanish
14. Intramural & competitive Sports Schedule
15. Sign & Return Notice
16. District Calendar
17. CMS Calendar
August 20014
Dear Parents,
As we begin the 2014-2015 school year, I would like to share with you my reflections on “all
things Central.” I believe that our strength lies in our school community. Both staff and
parents are passionate about guiding our students through these middle years, preparing them
for the challenges they will face in high school and beyond. There are always “bumps” along
the way, and I appreciate the open and honest conversations we have, as, together, we solve
problems before they become issues. Our staff continues to learn and grow, incorporating both
State and District initiatives as we strive to add rigor to our classes. Our ultimate goal is to
provide opportunities for students to apply new learning and to develop critical thinking and
problem solving skills. The Common Core State Standards helped us focus our strategies and
target our long-term goals, and ultimately will improve the quality of instruction in our
classrooms. This has been a year of many changes in education, and I feel that our school
community has risen to the challenge.
This school year will bring further change as we begin the rollout of the District’s digital
learning initiative. The nature of teaching and learning will be impacted as devices become an
essential tool for both teachers and students. I am excited that our school community is a part
of this initiative.
I would like to take a moment to thank the CMS PTA for their continued support. I hope that
you all attend the membership meeting this fall so that you can be involved in the many
programs they facilitate. I would also like to welcome our new families- you couldn’t be in a
better place! Thank you all for entrusting us with your children. I am looking forward to a fun
and productive school year.
Sincerely,
Shelley Somers
Shelley Somers
Greenwich Public Schools
IMPORTANT NOTICE
August, 2014
Dear Parents and Guardians,
The Greenwich Public Schools has updated the district’s attendance procedure to reflect changes
mandated by the Connecticut State Board of Education Attendance Guidelines defining excused
and unexcused absences.
The State of Connecticut definition of truancy remains: four (4) unexcused absences in one
month or ten (10) unexcused absences in one year. The definition of excused and unexcused
absences has changed. Absences one through nine are considered excused when the student’s
parent/guardian contacts school personnel and approves of the absence. However, the tenth and
all other absences thereafter will only be excused for specific reasons and only when
appropriate documentation is provided to school. Below is a brief summary of the new
requirements for reporting absences.
First 9 days of absence
On the day of the absence, call your child’s school to
report the absence and the reason for the absence.
Absence day 10 and beyond On the day of the absence, call your child’s school to
report the absence and the reason for the absence.
A written note must be sent to the school within 10 school
days of the student’s return to school. An absence will
only be designated as excused as follows:
• Student Illness – requires a note from a medical
professional or the school nurse
• Observance of a religious holiday
• Mandated court appearance
• Funeral or death in the family
• Other emergency beyond the control of the student’s
family
For other examples of excused absence designations, please refer
to the full Attendance Procedure at www.greenwichschools.org
School attendance is a vital aspect of successful learning. Parents/Guardians are compelled to
send their child to school and can incur legal liability if they fail to do so. School personnel will
continue to work cooperatively with parents to assist in remedying and preventing truancy.
For further information about the GPS attendance procedure please visit the home page of the
Greenwich Public School website at www.greenwichschools.org If you have any questions
regarding the new attendance procedures, please contact your child’s school.
Sincerely,
Ellen Flanagan, Ed. D.
Deputy Superintendent
Escuelas Públicas de Greenwich
AVISO IMPORTANTE
Agosto 2014
Queridos padres y tutores,
Las Escuelas Públicas de Greenwich han actualizado la normativa del distrito sobre la asistencia a la
escuela para reflejar los cambios obligatorios que se han producido en las Normativas de Asistencia de la
Junta Directiva de Educación de Connecticut al definir ausencias justificadas y ausencias sin
justificación.
La definición de absentismo escolar sigue siendo la misma, es decir, cuatro ausencias sin justificar en un
mes o diez ausencias sin justificar en un año. La definición de ausencias justificadas y ausencias sin
justificación ha cambiado. Las primeras nueve ausencias se consideran justificadas cuando el padre,
madre o tutor del alumno contacta al personal de la escuela y este aprueba la justificación. No obstante, la
décima y las consiguientes ausencias solamente serán justificadas por razones específicas y sólo
cuando se facilita a la escuela la documentación apropiada. A continuación se muestra un breve
resumen de los nuevos requisitos para informar de las ausencias:
Los primeros nueve días de
ausencia
La décima ausencia y las
subsiguientes
El día de la ausencia hay que llamar a la escuela de su hijo para
informar de la ausencia y la razón de la ausencia.
El día de la ausencia hay que llamar a la escuela de su hijo para
informar de la ausencia y la razón de la ausencia. También se
tendrá que mandar una nota a la escuela en un plazo de 10 días
escolares una vez que el estudiante vuelve a la escuela. La
ausencia sólo se designará justificable si cumple los siguiente
requisitos:
• Enfermedad del estudiante, en este caso se requiere una
nota del doctor o de la enfermera escolar.
• Cumplimiento de una fiesta religiosa
• Comparecencia obligatoria en el tribunal
• Funeral o fallecimiento en la familia
• Otras emergencias fuera del control de la familia del
estudiante.
Para ver otros ejemplos de ausencias justificadas, rogamos
consulten la Normativa sobre Asistencia en su totalidad
visitando www.greenwichschools.org
La asistencia a la escuela es un aspecto vital para el éxito del aprendizaje. Los padres y tutores están
obligados a mandar a sus hijos a la escuela y podrán incurrir en responsabilidades legales si no lo hacen.
El personal escolar continuará colaborando con los padres para ayudarles a remediar y prevenir el
absentismo escolar.
Para obtener más información sobre la normativa de GPS sobre la asistencia a la escuela, visiten la página
Web de la Escuelas Públicas de Greenwich en www.greenwichschools.org Si tienen cualquier pregunta
relacionada con las nuevas normativas de asistencia, rogamos se pongan en contacto con la escuela de
su hijo.
Atentamente,
Ellen Flanagan, Ed. D.
Superintendente Auxiliar
Homework Policy
1. The purpose of homework is to practice a skill or to prepare for the next day’s
classwork.
2.
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Daily homework guidelines:
Grade 6: 60 minutes plus reading
Grade 7: 70 minutes plus reading
Grade 8: 90 minutes plus reading
3. Limited homework will be assigned over weekends. Monday due-dates will be
avoided.
4. NO homework will be assigned over vacations. If a long-range project has been
assigned, the due date will not be scheduled for the day students return.
5. Grade level teams will develop a schedule for classroom assessments.
6. Grade level teams will develop a schedule for long-range projects.
Tardy Policy
It is important for students to be on time for school each day. The only tardies that are
excused are doctor/dentist’s visits, funerals, court appearances, and religious holidays. If
a student arrives after 7:45, he/she must report directly to the office for a pass. Our new
tardy policy is:
1. There are no consequences for the first three tardies.
2. If a student is tardy a fourth time, he/she will have a lunch detention and guidance
will schedule a parent meeting.
3. If the student is tardy a fifth time, he/she will have an after school detention and will
be referred to our Student Assistance.
Team for review and intervention.
Reminders
1. If your child will not be in attendance, please notify the office on the day of the
absence.
2. If you need to drop something off for your child, please come to the front office,
leave the item labeled with the student’s name, and write her/his name on the
white board in the hallway.
3. If your child is leaving early, please send her/him with a note for the classroom
teacher.
Central Middle School All Grades Supply List: 2014- 2015
3” Binder
1” Binder
Regular lined notebook paper
2 Packets of 3 x 5” Index cards
1 Set of pocket dividers
White lined paper
Cornell Notes paper (staples)
Graph paper composition note book
3 composition Books: (science, reading, writing)
1 pad of ¼ inch graph paper
2- pocket, hole punched folders to be used as follows: folders will also divide note book sections)
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Science – Green
Math – White
Social Studies – Blue
Reading – Red
Writing – Red
World Language or Health/PE-Orange
1 Hole-punched pencil case
1 dozen pencils
1 Correcting pen (colored)
Erasers
Highlighters
Protractor/ruler
1 Compass (geometry)
1 handheld pencil sharpener
Pens: Blue, Black red (erasable if possible)
1 Flash drive
Calculator requirements by course:
Mat 6,6A and 7: Scientific TI-30X IIs
Pre Alg. 6,7 &8: graphing : TI-83plus, TI-84, TI-84 silver
Alg. 7/8: Both scientific Calc (should have from last year and Graphing Calc: TI-83plus, TI-84, TI-84
silver
Geo: either scientific cals or grahing calc: TI-84, TI-84 silver (should have both from last year).
Greenwich Middle School Bus Routes 2014-15
Please note that the stated times are approximate and that the student should be at the stop
at least 5 minutes prior to the time listed.
CENTRAL MIDDLE SCHOOL
OPEN 7:45 AM CLOSE 2:35 PM
7:10
ROUTE NO. 1
7:11
6:45
6:50
6:52
6:54
6:55
6:56
7:01
7:04
7:06
7:08
7:09
NORTH ST & STALLION TRAILS
TACONIC RD & N STANWICH RD
182 TACONIC RD
HUNTING RIDGE RD & STAG LA
TACONIC RD & INTERLAKEN RD
TACONIC RD & BYFIELD RD
DINGLETOWN RD & PERKINS RD
10-12 HILL RD
HILL RD & STEPPING STONE LA
STANWICH RD & RUSTIC VIEW
RD
STANWICH RD & MONTGOMERY
LA
ROUTE NO. 2
6:45
6:46
6:47
6:48
6:50
6:51
6:52
6:55
6:56
6:57
6:58
6:59
7:00
7:01
7:02
7:04
312 TACONIC RD
TACONIC RD & CHERRY
BLOSSOM LA
BANKSVILLE RD & ZYGMONT LA
BANKSVILLE RD & THE AVENUE
NORTH ST & SCOTT RD
NORTH ST & HURLINGHAM DR
NORTH ST & UPPER CROSS RD
NORTH ST & STALLION TRAILS
605 NORTH ST
NORTH ST & ALPINE RD
NORTH ST & RED COAT LA
NORTH ST & DEMPSEY LA
490 NORTH ST
NORTH ST & COPPER BEECH RD
NORTH ST & ROBERTA LA
351 NORTH ST
ROUTE NO. 3
6:46
6:48
6:49
6:50
6:52
6:53
6:54
6:55
6:57
6:58
7:00
7:02
7:03
7:04
7:05
7:06
7:07
7:09
STANWICH RD & CARRINGTON
DR
STANWICH RD & CARISSA LA
LONDONDERRY DR &
WINTERSET RD
BURNING TREE RD &
BARNSTABLE LA
STANWICH RD & GUINEA RD
STANWICH RD & ROCK MAPLE
RD
STANWICH RD & BARNSTABLE
LA
STANWICH RD & COTTONTAIL
RD
COGNEWAUGH RD &
STONEBROOK LA
COGNEWAUGH RD & SHANNON
LA
COGNEWAUGH RD &
HORSESHOE RD
COGNEWAUGH RD & OLD CAMP
LA
OLD CAMP LA & CARRIAGE RD
CAT ROCK RD & OLD CAMP LA
CAT ROCK RD & FRONTIER RD
CAT ROCK RD & FERNCLIFF RD
STANWICH RD & DINGLETOWN
RD
DINGLETOWN RD & BOULDER
BROOK RD
DINGLETOWN RD & DUNWOODIE
PL
150-124 MAILBOXES DOUBLING
RD
7:08
7:09
7:10
7:12
SHEEPHILL RD & RIVERSIDE LA
SHEEPHILL RD & THORNHILL RD
SHEEPHILL RD & APACHE PL
POST RD & RIVERSIDE LA
ROUTE NO. 4
ROUTE NO. 8
6:48
6:50
6:45
6:48
6:50
6:51
6:52
6:55
6:56
6:57
6:59
6:51
6:55
6:58
6:59
7:00
7:01
7:02
7:05
7:11
7:15
7:20
7:23
7:24
ROUND HILL RD & FRENCH RD
ROUND HILL RD & CLAPBOARD
RIDGE RD
ROUND HILL RD & SABINS
FARMS RD
PARKWAY SCHOOL
LAKE AV & HOPE FARM RD
LAKE AV & MOUNTAIN WOOD DR
LAKE AV & BUTTERNUT HOLLOW
RD
LAKE AV & CLAPBOARD RIDGE
RD
618 LAKE AV
PARSONAGE RD & HUSTED LA
CEDARWOOD RD & HUSTED LA
ROCKWOOD LA & LAKE AV
NORTH MAPLE AV & PHEASANT
LA
HILLSIDE DR & FRANCINE DR
RIDGEVIEW AV & ANDREWS RD
7:00
7:01
7:02
7:03
7:04
ROUTE NO. 9
7:10
7:11
ROUTE NO. 5
6:56
6:58
7:00
7:02
7:07
7:08
7:09
7:11
7:18
7:19
7:20
7:22
7:23
7:24
BIBLE ST & CLOVER PL
BIBLE ST & PATRICIA LA
BIBLE ST & PINETUM LA
CAT ROCK RD & BIBLE ST
CAT ROCK RD & KEMONDO RD
CAR ROCK RD & HILTON HEATH
CAT ROCK RD & FOX HOLLOW
LA
CAT ROCK RD & VALLEY RD
COGNEWAUGH RD & OLD
STONE BRIDGE RD
OLD STONE BRIDGE RD & N OLD
STONE BRIDGE RD
122-134 MAILBOXES CAT ROCK
RD
266 STANWICH RD
236 STANWICH RD
229 STANWICH RD
7:13
7:14
7:15
6:52
6:53
6:54
6:57
7:03
7:04
7:06
7:07
7:09
7:11
7:13
FIELD POINT RD & IDAR CT
FIELD POINT RD & BRIDGE ST
MASON ST & BRUCE PARK AV
MILBANK AV & HAVEMEYER PL
MILBANK AV & LINCOLN AV
MILBANK AV & LENOX DR
OLD CHURCH RD & PLOW LA
ROUTE NO. 7
7:00
7:01
7:02
7:03
7:03
7:06
MIANUS VIEW TER & VALLEY RD
POND PL & MIANUS VIEW TER
DANDY DR & POND PL
16 DANDY DR
DANDY DR & VALLEY RD
RIVERSIDE LA & THORNHILL RD
DAVIS AV & WILBUR PECK CT
E ELM ST & ELM RIDGE
APARTMENTS
E ELM ST & ANDERSON RD
MALLARD DR & PINTAIL LA
MALLARD DR & WIDGEON WAY
ROUTE NO. 10
ROUTE NO. 6
7:05
7:06
7:10
7:11
7:13
7:14
7:22
E PUTNAM AV & MAHER AV
LAFAYETTE PL & VOLUNTEER LA
18 GLENVILLE RD
GLENVILLE RD & BROOKSIDE DR
124 BROOKSIDE DR
LAKE AV & ROCKVIEW DR
SKYLARK RD & CARLETON
GLEN RD & SKYLARK RD
PERRYRIDGE RD & DEER PARK
DR
PATTERSON AV & NORTH MAPLE
AV
NORTH ST & PARK AV
NORTH ST & MARTINDALE RD
NORTH ST & ANDREWS RD
NORTH ST & KENILWORTH TER
7:14
7:15
7:16
7:17
7:18
FIELD POINT RD & MERCIA LA
FIELD POINT RD & BUSH AV
FIELD POINT RD & MAYO AV
201 SHORE RD
ONEIDA DR & INDIAN HARBOR
DR
INDIAN HARBOR DR & MUSEUM
DR
DAVIS AV & ORCHARD PL
DAVIS AV & HOME PL
DAVIS AV & MEAD PT DR
INDIAN FIELD RD & BRUCE PARK
DR
MORNINGSIDE DR & 2nd CIRCLE
DR WEST
CIRCLE DR & CIRCLE DR EXT
INDIAN FIELD RD & OSCELOA DR
INDIAN FIELD RD & INDIAN PASS
20 INDIAN FIELD RD
7 STANWICH RD
Central Middle School Late Bus Routes 2014-15
CENTRAL MIDDLE SCHOOL
ROUTE NO. 1 4:00 PM
ROUTE NO. 5 4:00 PM
ORCHARD ST TO POST RD
POST RD TO RIVERSIDE LA
RIVERSIDE LA TO SHEEPHILL RD
SHEEPHILL RD TO PALMER HILL RD
PALMER HILL RD TO VALLEY RD
VALLEY RD TO MIANUS VIEW TER
MIANUS VIEW TER TO POND PL
POND PL TO DANDY DR
DANDY DR TO CLOVER PL
CLOVER PL TO BIBLE ST
BIBLE ST TO CAT ROCK RD
CAT ROCK RD TO STANWICH RD
STANWICH RD TO COTTONTAIL RD
COTTONTAIL RD TO COGNEWAUGH RD
COGNEWAUGH RD TO VALLEY RD
VALLEY RD TO CAT ROCK RD
CAT ROCK RD TO OLD STONEBRIDGE RD
STANWICH RD TO POST RD
POST RD TO OLD CHURCH RD
OLD CHURCH RD TO FAIRFIELD RD
FAIRFIELD RD TO NORTH ST
NORTH ST TO MAPLE AV
MAPLE AV TO POST RD
POST RD TO MASON ST
MASON ST TO BRUCE PARK AV
BRUCE PARK AV TO RAILROAD AV
RAILROAD AV TO ARCH ST
ARCH ST TO HORSENECK LA
HORSENECK LA TO SHORE RD
SHORE RD TO FIELD POINT RD
FIELD POINT RD TO SOUND VIEW DR
ROUTE NO. 2 4:00 PM
ROUTE NO. 6 4:00 PM
STANWICH RD TO DINGLETOWN RD
DINGLETOWN RD & PERKINS RD (STOP)
DINGETOWN RD TO NORTH ST
NORTH ST @ STALLION TRAILS (STOP)
NORTH ST TO BANKSVILLE RD
BANKSVILLE RD TO TACONIC RD
TACONIC RD TO SKYRIDGE RD
SKYRIDGE RD TO HUNTING RIDGE RD
HUNTING RIDGE RD TO STAG LA
STAG LA TO STANWICH RD
FAIRFIELD RD TO NORTH ST
NORTH ST TO PARSONAGE RD
PARSONAGE RD TO LAKE AV
LAKE AV TO ROCKWOOD LA
ROCKWOOD LA TO HUSTED LA
HUSTED LA TO BEECHCROFT RD
BEECHCROFT RD TO GRAHAMPTON LA
GRAHAMPTON LA TO LAKE AV
LAKE AV TO CLAPBOARD RIDGE RD
CLAPBOARD RIDGE RD TO NORTH ST
NORTH ST TO DOUBLING RD
ROUTE NO. 3 4:00 PM
NORTH ST TO NORTH MAPLE AV
NORTH MAPLE AV TO LAKE AV
LAKE AV TO LAKE AV CIRCLE
LAKE AV CIRCLE TO GLENVILLE RD
GLENVILLE RD TO BROOKSIDE DR
BROOKSIDE DR TO POST RD
POST RD TO EDGEWOOD DR
EDGEWOOD DR TO VALLEY DR
VALLEY DR TO GLENVILLE RD
GLENVILLE RD TO LAKE AV CIRCLE
LAKE AV CIRCLE TO ROUND HILL RD
ROUND HILL RD TO OLD MILL RD N
OLD MILL RD N TO LAKE AV
STOP @ PARKWAY SCHOOL
ROUTE NO. 4 4:00 PM
POST RD TO INDIAN FIELD RD
INDIAN FIELD RD TO MORNINGSIDE DR
MORNINGSIDE DR TO CIRCLE DR
CIRCLE DR TO MORNINGSIDE DR
MORNINGSIDE DR TO INDIAN FIELD RD
INDIAN FIELD RD TO POST RD
POST RD TO OVERLOOK DR
OVERLOOK DR TO MALLARD DR
MALLARD DR TO ANDERSON RD
ANDERSON RD TO EAST ELM ST
EAST ELM ST TO DAVIS AV
DAVIS AV TO INDIAN FIELD RD
COURTESY BUS LETTER
August 2014
Dear Parents:
We hope that you’re having a good summer. I am writing to advise you of the procedures that must be
followed in order to purchase a bus pass for your child for the 2014-2015 school year. Students who live
within established walking distances are not eligible to ride the bus. However, these students, on a space
available basis, upon payment of a fee, and with the provision that there be no change in bus routes or
stops may receive transportation to and from Central Middle School.
Due to individual bus enrollment, we may not be able to accommodate every family interested in
obtaining a courtesy bus pass.
Students not eligible to ride the bus may be able to purchase a bus pass on a first come, first serve basis
beginning on September 13th at 7:00 a.m. in the Main Office at Central Middle School. The number of
courtesy passes available will be based on the actual ridership of each bus on each route. The following
condition must be met in order to be eligible for this service.
Please check the bus route for 2014-2015 school year as some have changed.
There must be sufficient seats on that bus route.
The form on the reverse side of this letter must be completed and returned with a check for
$230.00 made payable to the Town of Greenwich.
A parent must present the application and the check to our Main Office; we will not accept
applications sent through the mail or from your child.
There are no late buses on Wednesdays; therefore, if a bus is full, paid bus pass holders may
not be accommodated on Wednesdays.
Bus privileges may be revoked and a pro-rated portion of the fee refunded if additional
students who are eligible for free transportation move into the District.
The fee for a courtesy bus pass will be waived for families eligible for the Free and Reduced
Lunch program.
We hope this information is helpful to you in planning to meet your child’s transportation needs for the
upcoming school year. If you have any questions or concerns regarding the content of this letter, please
do not hesitate to contact me. Additional information is also available in the school system’s
Transportation Procedure (E-051.4) which can be found on the website www.greenwichschools.org. A
new on-line system for reporting school bus issues is also available on the website.
Sincerely,
Shelley Somers
Shelley Somers,
Principal
GREENWICH PUBLIC SCHOOLS
REQUEST FOR COURTSEY BUS TRANSPORTATION
Name of Student:
Address:
Telephone:
Parent Email:
Name of School:
Central Middle
Bus Number:
Signature: Parent/Guardian
Grade:
Bus Stop:
Date:
Check payable to Town of Greenwich in the amount of $230.00
per student is enclosed.
Return to Main office beginning (September 15th, 2014)
GREENWICH PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Havemeyer Building
290 Greenwich Avenue
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830-6521
Tel: (203) 625-7400
William S. McKersie, Ph.D.
[email protected]
Superintendent of Schools
August, 2014
Dear Greenwich Parent:
For several years we have had a comprehensive K-12 health curriculum that includes instruction in, among
other areas, HIV/AIDS, puberty and family life education.
In accordance with Connecticut law and Greenwich Board of Education policy, parents have the right to
exempt their children from these specific portions of the health program taught in the following grades:
HIV/AIDS
Puberty
Family Life Education
Grades: 2, 5, 8 & 10
Grades: 5, 6 & 8
Grades: 8, 9 & 12
In the interest of fully informing each parent, individual schools will present opportunities for a full review of all
sensitive curricula and teaching materials early in the year prior to their actual implementation. You will also
receive forms to use should you choose to exercise your right to exempt your children from any of the above
areas.
I believe that the entire health curriculum is of high quality and an important part of your child’s comprehensive
education. I encourage you to view critically the curriculum and hopefully you will come to the same
conclusion. I respect your right to exempt your child from certain portions of the curriculum if you so wish and
know that you will give this matter serious, thorough consideration
Sincerely,
William S. McKersie, Ph.D.
Superintendent
Greenwich Public Schools
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CENTRAL MIDDLE SCHOOL
9 Indian Rock Lane, Greenwich, CT 06830
www.greenwichools.org/cms
August 2014
Dear Sixth and Eight Grade Parents:
Sixth grade students will have a 22-session health class during one of the four quarters of sixth grade. The curriculum
will cover safety and accident prevention, first aid and emergencies, disease prevention, consumer and community
health and puberty. One of the five puberty lessons will be scheduled separately for boys and girls to encourage
single sex discussion.
Eighth grade students will have a 22-session health class during one of the four school quarters this year.
of the course is family life education.
The focus
Board of Education policy permits parents to excuse their child from the five puberty lessons of the grade six health
class and the family life education lessons of the grade eight health class. If you choose to excuse your child from the
puberty lessons, return the tear off form (below) to your childʼs guidance counselor at school.
Sincerely,
Shelley Somers,
Principal
Childʼs Name:
Date:
GRADE
6
GRADE
8
I choose to opt my child out of the five puberty lessons:
Parentʼs Name:
Childʼs Name:
Parentʼs Signature:
Date:
I choose to opt my child out of:
HIV/AIDS
The entire FLE Program
Family/Peer Relationships
Dating
Parentʼs Name:
Peer/Media Pressure
Contraception
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Puberty
Parentʼs Signature:
SCHOOL ______________________ STUDENT NAME______________________ GRADE________ PARENT MEDICAL SIGN-­‐OFF FORM Authorization For Medical Care: In the event of a medical emergency or illness, I hereby authorize Greenwich Public Schools to provide first aid, and/or to request emergency medical treatment and transportation to a hospital. Any hospital or emergency medical personnel are authorized to provide treatment to my child of such nature as they deem appropriate and to consult with the physician listed in the Student Profile. ____________________________________ _____________ Parent/Guardian Signature Date _____________________________________________________________________________ Student’s Doctor: Student’s Dentist: Name:___________________________ Name:___________________________ Telephone #:______________________ Telephone #:______________________ Emergency Number for Parent:______________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ CHILD HEALTH INSURANCE INFORMATION THIS SECTION IS REQUIRED BY THE STATE: Does your child have Health Insurance? _____ Yes _____ No If your child is uninsured we will provide you information on Connecticut’s HUSKY Plan. Your signature means that the school can provide you contact information for the Connecticut Department of Social Service (administrating agency of the HUSKY Plan) or information about how to enroll in HUSKY. ________________________________ ____________ Parent/Guardian Signature Date ESCUELA ____________________NOMBRE DEL ESTUDIANTE_________________ GRADO________ PADRE__________________________________ FORMULARIO DE PERMISO MÉDICO Autorización Para Atención Médica: En caso de una emergencia médica o enfermedad, por la presente autorizo a las Escuelas Públicas de Greenwich para proporcionar primeros auxilios y / o para solicitar tratamiento médico de emergencia y el transporte a un hospital. Cualquier hospital o personal médico de emergencia están autorizados a proporcionar tratamiento a mi hijo(a) de tal naturaleza que estimen pertinentes y consultar con el médico que está nombrado en el Perfil del Estudiante. ____________________________________ _____________ Firma de Padre o Madre/Guardián Fecha _____________________________________________________________________________ Doctor del Estudiante: Dentista del Estudiante: Nombre:___________________________ Nombre:___________________________ Teléfono #:_________________________ Teléfono #:__________________________ Número de Emergencia de Padre/Madre:___________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ INFORMACIÓN DEL SEGURO MÉDICO DEL NIÑO(A) ESTA SECCIÓN ES REQUERIDA POR EL ESTADO: Su hijo tiene seguro médico? _____ Sí _____ No Si su hijo(a) no tiene seguro médico, nosotros le proporcionaremos información sobre el Plan HUSKY de Connecticut. Su firma significa que la escuela puede proporcionar información de contacto del Departamento de Servicios Sociales de Connecticut (agencia administradora del Plan HUSKY) o información sobre cómo inscribirse en HUSKY. ________________________________ ____________ Firma de Padre o Madre/Guardián Fecha Parent Sign-off Form
Student’s Name:
(Please print)
PTA Student Directory:
(check only one box)
[ ] Address information may be published in the PTA Student Directory
[ ] Address information may NOT be published in the PTA Student Directory
Student Picture: (check only one box)
[ ] My student’s picture may be published publically (newspaper, school web site, etc.)
[ ] My student’s picture may NOT be published publically (newspaper, school web site, etc.)
Additional Comments:
Authorization for Medical Care:
In event of a medical emergency or illness, I hereby authorize Greenwich Public Schools to
provide first aid, and/or request emergency medical treatment and transportation to a hospital.
Any hospital or emergency medical personnel are authorized to provide treatment to my child of
such nature as they deem appropriate and to consult with the physician listed in the Student
Profile.
Signature of Parent/Guardian
Date
Central Middle School
9 Indian Rock Lane
Greenwich, CT 06830
Central Middle School’s staff and students have the great opportunity to take advantage of outside
teaching space using the paths and various cleared areas set within the beautiful acreage of the
Pomerance property. We are planning to make use of these areas on a regular basis in all disciplines
during the school year. If you do not want your child to participate in this off-campus “classroom”
that is within walking distance of our school please fill out the form below and return to CMS at you
earliest convenience.
Thank You,
Advisor Base
POMERANCE PARTICIPATION
NON-APPROVAL FORM
I DO NOT give permission for
Grade
(Print Student’s full name)
to participate in walking trips to Pomerance during the 2013-2014 school year.
Signature of Parent or Guardian
Date
GREENWICH SCHOOL FOOD SERVICES’ DEBIT ACCOUNT SYSTEM
2014-15 MIDDLE SCHOOLS
Students in the Greenwich Middle Schools who pre-pay for their meals and students who qualify for free or reduced price
meals will receive a Personal Identification Number (PIN) to use for meals and/or a la carte purchases in the school
cafeteria. These numbers will remain the same through your Greenwich Public School tenure, and any balances left on
account at the end of one school year will carry through to the next.
Money can be deposited into an account for lunches and/or a la carte purchases, several ways:
TO FUND YOUR ACCOUNT BEFORE SCHOOL BEGINS: Please note: All active accounts from last year will be
available the 1st day of school. New Accounts or Low Balance Accounts can send this Debit Account Deposit Form with
your payment to: Greenwich Public Schools, School Food Services, 290 Greenwich Avenue, Greenwich, CT 06830, post
dated NO LATER THAN AUGUST 18, 2014 to ensure proper credit to the account.
Parents can pay for school lunches using a (*) credit/debit card and/or check student account information through the
website myLunchMoney.com To get started all you need is your child’s name, school, 9 digit student ID number, and
date of birth. Student ID numbers are listed on your child’s summer teacher assignment letter or can be secured by calling
the Food Service Office at (203) 625-7499. Visit myLunchMoney.com for more information. The system will be open
for deposits on August 20, 2014.
* Please note: There is no fee to use this service to maintain student account information, however, a fee of $1.95 will be
charged for each credit card transaction. This fee is to cover bank charges. The school district does not receive any of the
fees
TO FUND YOUR ACCOUNT AFTER SCHOOL BEGINS: Deposits can be made anytime during the school year.
To make a deposit, bring your payment to the cafeteria before 9:30 AM any weekday morning.
Students who were approved for Free or Reduced Price Meals during the 2013-14 school year and any students or
adults who have deposited money into an account before school begins may use their account on the first day of
school. There is a charge for Reduced Price Meals of 40¢ which may be pre-paid to an account after filing a new
application for the 2014-15 school year or paid to the cashier when picking up a meal. Students eligible for Free or
Reduced Price meals may also use their card for a la carte purchases if money has been deposited into their account for
this purpose. Applications for Free or Reduced price meals are available at your school office.
All other NEW students and adults may pick up their (PIN) at the school cafeteria once a deposit has been made to their
account.
Should you have any questions during the summer regarding the Debit Account System, please call the Food Services
Office at 625-7499. During the school year, please call your child's school and ask for the cafeteria.
Please make check payable to: TOWN OF GREENWICH, SCHOOL LUNCH FUND.
Returned checks are subject to a $25.00 returned check fee.
________________________________________________________________________________________________
2014-15 DEBIT ACCOUNT DEPOSIT FORM
Please fill out a separate form for EACH child and return with payment.
MIDDLE SCHOOL: _____________________________________
Student Name____________________________________________
Grade__________
RETURNING STUDENTS –5 Digit Lunch PIN NUMBER: ______________________
Amount
Account Cash for Meals ($3.30 ea.) and/or A La Carte Purchases
□ Please check this box if you only want your child to purchase meals with this account.
Please make check payable to: TOWN OF GREENWICH, SCHOOL LUNCH FUND
$_______
Application #: _______
REV. 5/14
2014-15 GREENWICH PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Child Nutrition Programs’ Application for Free or Reduced Price Meals or Free Milk
Parents/Guardians: Complete only one application for each household. To apply for free or reduced price meals or free milk for your children, you must
list the names of all members of the household in Part 5. Return the application to your school’s office.
1.
(Print) Student Information: (Make sure you list each child below AND in section 5a.)
Name
Grade
Name of School
Is this child a foster child
(legal ward of the state)?
(circle)
yes
yes
yes
yes
/
/
/
/
If yes, provide personal
use income and
frequency. Put “0” if
the child has none.
no
no
no
no
$
$
$
$
/
/
/
/
2.
If members of your household receive SNAP or TFA benefits, provide the name and case number for the person who receives benefits
and skip to Part 6. If no one receives these benefits, skip to Part 5. Name:_______________________ Case Number: ____________________
3.
If the child you are applying for is homeless or a runaway, check the appropriate box and contact your school’s homeless liaison at:
Denise Qualey at: (203) 622-6556 or [email protected]
Homeless
Runaway
4.
If the child you are applying for is enrolled in a federal Head Start Program or the Even Start Program in the school system, check the
Head Start
Pre K Even Start
appropriate box and list the name of the child here: ____________________________
5.
Household Members and Monthly Income: If you are receiving only medical benefits, you must report an income and complete Part 5. If you gave a
client ID number for SNAP or TFA in part 2, skip to part 6.
a. Name
(List everyone in
household (HH)
including all children in
Section 1, including
foster children if
desired, and HH
members in Section 2.)
b.
Check
if
person
listed
has no
income
Names
c. Gross income and how often it was received (Indicate if income was received monthly, two times a
month, every two weeks or weekly by placing the amount of income in the appropriate frequency box.) You
MUST place the income in the appropriate frequency box.
Earnings from work
(before deductions)
Weekly
(Example) Jane Smith
Every two
Weeks
2 X
Month
Pensions, retirement,
Social Security, Other
Welfare, child support, alimony
Monthly
Weekly
Every two
Weeks
$200
2 X
Month
Monthly
Weekly
Every two
Weeks
2 X
Month
$150
Monthly
$300
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
6. RACIAL AND ETHNIC IDENTITY: You are not required to complete Section 6. This section is optional.
Ethnicity:
Hispanic/ Latino
Not Hispanic/Latino Choose one or more (Regardless of Ethnicity):
American Indian or Alaska Native
Asian
White
Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander
Black or African American
7. Signature and Social Security Number: I certify (promise) that all information on this application is true and that all income is reported. I understand that the school
will get federal funds based on the information I give. I understand that school officials may verify (check) the information. I understand that if I purposely give false
information, my children may lose meals benefits and I may be subject to prosecution under State and Federal statutes.
X ________________________________________
Signature of Adult Household Member
X ________ (List the last four digits only) OR
I don’t have a social security number
Social Security Number
Home Telephone No. ______________________ Work Telephone No. __________________
Printed Name _______________________________
Street/Apt. No. _______________________________________ City/State/Zip ___________________________ Date__________________________
Use of Information Statement: This explains how we will use the information you give us.
The Richard B. Russell National School Lunch Act requires the information on this application. You do not have to give the information, but if you do not, we cannot approve your child for free or reduced price meals. You
must include the last four digits of the social security number of the adult household member who signs the application. The last four digits of the social security number is not required when you apply on behalf of a foster
child or you list a Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Program or Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations (FDPIR) case number or other FDPIR
identifier for your child or when you indicate that the adult household member signing the application does not have a social security number. We will use your information to determine if your child is eligible for free or
reduced price meals, and for administration and enforcement of the lunch and breakfast programs. We MAY share your eligibility information with education, health, and nutrition programs to help them evaluate, fund, or
determine benefits for their programs, auditors for program reviews, and law enforcement officials to help them look into violations of program rules.
Non-discrimination Statement: Refer to the application instructions for the non-discrimination statement.
Check all that apply.
 SNAP/TFA Household
 Income Household:
For School Use Only – Do Not Write Below This Line
Determining Officials for the Local Education Agency MUST complete this section.
Annual Income Conversion: Weekly X 52  Every 2 weeks X 26  Twice a Month X 24  Monthly X 12
(Only convert to annual income if there are different frequencies of income listed in the columns under Section 5c.)
 Foster Child
 Head Start
 PreK Even Start  Confirmed Homeless or Runaway
Total household income: ______________ per _________________
Household Size: __________________________________
Application approved for:
Free Meals
Reduced-Price Meals
Application denied
Date Notice Sent: __________________________ Signature of Determining Official: _______________________________________ Date: _____________________
Rev. 5/14
APPLICATION FORM INSTRUCTIONS
To apply for free and reduced price meals or free milk, complete this application using the instructions below, sign your name and return
the application to the school. If you need help, contact your school’s office.
Part 1-STUDENT INFORMATION: List each child’s name, grade and school. If a child is a foster child, circle “yes” and list personal use
income and frequency. If all children are foster children, skip to Part 6. Note: Write each child’s *personal use income and how often it is
received (such as weekly, every two weeks, twice a month, or monthly). Write “0” if the child has no personal use income. An Adult
household member must sign Part 7. Note: Subsidized adoptions and/or guardianships require you to provide all household income in
Part 5. These children are not considered legal wards of the state and therefore, are considered part of your household and all household
income must be listed including the subsidy.
*Personal use income includes: Funds provided by the welfare agency that are specifically identified by category for the personal use of the
child, such as for clothing, school fees and allowances. Welfare funds paid to the foster parents identified by category for shelter and care,
and those identified as special needs funds, such as those for medical and therapeutic needs are not considered as income. Where welfare
funds cannot be identified by category, no portion of the provided funds is considered as income. Personal use income also includes other
funds received by the child, including any income the child earns for full-time or regular part-time employment, and money provided by the
child’s family for personal use.
Part 2 – If a member of your household receives Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) or Temporary Family Assistance (TFA)
benefits, list the person’s name and case number. Do not complete Part 5 and skip to Part 6. When a name and case number for a household
member are listed on the application all children in the household are eligible for free meals. (Note: If you are receiving only medical
benefits (HUSKY) for your children do not complete this section. You must report all household income in Part 5.)
Part 3 – Indicate if the child you are applying for is homeless or a runaway. You must contact the school (or homeless liaison) to notify them
of the child’s status.
Part 4 – Indicate if the child you are applying for is enrolled in the district’s Head Start or Even Start Program. List the child’s name here and
in Part 1 and check off the appropriate box.
Part 5- HOUSEHOLDS: Complete Part 5 if: You did not give a SNAP/TFA Client ID Number; you are receiving only medical benefits;
each child is not a legal ward of the state; or if each child is a subsidized adoption or you have subsidized guardianship. Note: An
adult household member must sign the application in Part 7 and complete the social security section.
a.
b.
c.
HOUSEHOLD NAMES: Write the names of everyone (related or unrelated) who live in your household. Include yourself and each child
listed above, your spouse, all other children, grandparents, other relatives and unrelated people in your household. Use a separate sheet of
paper if you do not have enough space. Include foster children if you want them to be part of the household when determining the
eligibility of your children.
NO INCOME: Check the box if the person listed has no income. (Note: “Person” includes adults and children in the household.)
CURRENT INCOME*: Write the amount of income each person now receives on the same row as his or her name in the column that
corresponds with the income source. Also, list that income under the appropriate frequency box. For example, if you earn $250 per
month, place the $250 in the monthly column. Income is all money before taxes or anything else is taken out. If the amount received
most recently is higher or lower than usual, write instead that person’s usual income. Note: If you are in the Military Housing
Privatization Initiative, do not include this housing allowance.
*INCOME TO REPORT
Earnings from Work
Wages/salaries/tips
Strike benefits
Unemployment compensation
Workmen’s compensation
Net income from self-owned
business or farm
Child Support/Alimony
Alimony payments
Child Support payments
Pensions/Retirement/Social Security
Pensions
Retirement income
Social Security
Veteran payments
Supplemental Security income
Other Income
Earnings from second job
Disability benefits
Interest/dividends
Cash withdrawn from savings
Income from Estates/Trust/Investments
Regular Contributions from persons not living in the
household
Royalties/Annuities/Rental Income
Any other monies that may be available to pay for the
child’s meals or milk
Part 6- RACIAL/ETHNIC IDENTITY: Put a check mark next to the racial/ethnic group of your child. This information helps us to be sure
everyone gets benefits on a fair basis. You do not have to complete this section to get free or reduced meals or free milk.
Part 7 – SIGNATURE & SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER: An adult household member must sign the application or it cannot be approved.
The last four digits only of the social security number of the adult signer must be included unless otherwise noted. While disclosure of the last
four digits of a social security number is voluntary, in order to approve the application, the National School Lunch Act requires the last four digits of
a social security number or an indication of “I don’t have a social security number” be listed on the application. Reminder: The last four digits of a
social security number are not needed if you have listed a SNAP Client Number, TFA Client Number or if the children are foster children.
Non-Discrimination Statement: This explains what to do if you believe you have been treated unfairly. The U.S. Department of Agriculture prohibits discrimination against its customers, employees, and applicants for
employment on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, sex, gender identity, religion, reprisal, and where applicable, political beliefs, marital status, familial or parental status, sexual orientation, or all or part of
an individual’s income is derived from any public assistance program, or protected genetic information in employment or in any program or activity conducted or funded by the Department. (Not all prohibited bases will apply
to all programs and/or employment activities.)
If you wish to file a Civil Rights program complaint of discrimination, complete the USDA Program Discrimination Complaint Form, found online at http://www.ascr.usda.gov/complaint_filing_cust.html, or at any USDA office, or
call (866) 632-9992 to request the form. You may also write a letter containing all of the information requested in the form. Send your completed complaint form or letter to us by mail at U.S. Department of Agriculture,
Director, Office of Adjudication, 1400 Independence Avenue, S.W., Washington, D.C. 20250-9410, by fax (202)690-7442 or email at [email protected]
Individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339; or (800) 845-6136 (Spanish).
USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
2014-15 GREENWICH PUBLIC SCHOOLS
SOLICITUD PARA COMIDAS ESCOLARES GRATIS O A PRECIO REDUCIDO
PARTE 1. TODOS LOS MIEMBROS DE LA UNIDAD FAMILIAR
Nombres de todos los miembros de la
unidad familiar (primer nombre, inicial
del segundo nombre, apellido)
Nombre de la escuela de
cada niño, o anotar “NA”
si no asiste a la escuela
Marcar si es un hijo de crianza (bajo tutela legal de
una agencia de beneficencia o el tribunal)
Marque si NO tiene
ingresos
* Si todos los niños indicados a continuación son
hijos de crianza, pase directamente a la Parte 5 para
firmar este formulario.
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Parte 2: BENEFICIOS
SI CUALQUIER MIEMBRO DE SU UNIDAD FAMILIAR RECIBE BENEFICIOS DE LOS PROGRAMAS [State SNAP], [FDPIR] O
[State TANF Cash Assistance], ANOTE EL NOMBRE Y EL NÚMERO DE CASO DE LA PERSONA QUE RECIBE LOS BENEFICIOS Y PASE
DIRECTAMENTE A LA PARTE 5. SI NADIE RECIBE ESTOS BENEFICIOS, PASE DIRECTAMENTE A LA PARTE 3.
NOMBRE:____________________________________________________________________ NÚMERO DE CASO:
_____________________________________________________
PARTE 3. SI CUALQUIERA DE LOS NIÑOS POR LOS QUE SOLICITA ESTÁ DESAMPARADO O EN FUGA, O ES MIGRANTE, MARQUE LA
CASILLA CORRESPONDIENTE Y LLAME A Denise Qualey at: (203) 622-6556 or [email protected]
DESAMPARADO  MIGRANTE  EN FUGA 
PARTE 4. INGRESOS TOTALES BRUTOS DE LA UNIDAD FAMILIAR. Tiene que decirnos cuánto reciben en ingresos y con qué frecuencia.
1. NOMBRE
(Liste únicamente los miembros de la
unidad familiar que tengan ingresos)
(Ejemplo) Ana Cabrera
2. INGRESOS BRUTOS Y CON QUÉ FRECUENCIA SE RECIBIERON
Ganancias del trabajo
antes de las deducciones
Beneficencia pública,
manutención de menores,
pensión alimenticia
Pensiones, jubilación,
beneficios del Seguro
Social, SSI, VA
Todos los demás ingresos
$199.99/semanal
$149.99/cada dos semanas
$99.99/mensual
$50.00/mensual
$______/___________________
$______/___________________
$______/___________________
$______/___________________
$______/___________________
$______/___________________
$______/___________________
$______/___________________
$______/___________________
$______/___________________
$______/___________________
$______/___________________
$______/___________________
$______/___________________
$______/___________________
$______/___________________
$______/___________________
$______/___________________
$______/___________________
$______/___________________
$______/___________________
$______/___________________
$______/___________________
$______/___________________
PARTE 5. FIRMA Y ÚLTIMOS CUATRO DÍGITOS DEL NÚMERO DE SEGURO SOCIAL (UN ADULTO TIENE QUE FIRMAR)
Uno de los miembros adultos de la unidad familiar tiene que firmar la solicitud. Si se llena la Parte 4, el adulto que firme el formulario también tiene
que anotar los últimos cuatro dígitos de su número de Seguro Social o bien marcar la casilla que dice “No tengo número de Seguro Social”. (Vea la
Declaración al dorso de esta página.)
Certifico (prometo) que toda la información que indiqué en esta solicitud es verdadera y que declaré todos los ingresos. Entiendo que la escuela
recibirá fondos federales con base en la información que yo declare. Entiendo que los funcionarios escolares pueden verificar (chequear) la
información. Entiendo que si doy información falsa a propósito, mis hijos podrían perder sus beneficios de comida y a mí se me podría procesar
judicialmente.
Firme aquí: _________________________________________________________________ Nombre en letra de imprenta: _____________________________________________
Fecha: _______________________________________________________________________
Dirección: ___________________________________________________________________ Número de teléfono: _______________________________________________________
Ciudad: ______________________________________________________________________ Estado: __________________________ Código Postal: _________________________
Últimos cuatro dígitos del número de Seguro Social: * * * - * * - ___ ___ ___ ___  No tengo número de Seguro Social
PARTE 6. IDENTIDADES ÉTNICAS Y RACIALES DE LOS NIÑOS (OPCIONAL)
Elija un grupo étnico:
Elija una o más (independientemente del grupo étnico):
 Hispano/Latino
 Asiático
 Amerindio o nativo de Alaska
 Negro o afroamericano
 No hispanic/Latino
 Blanco
 Nativo de Hawai u otra isla del Pacífico
NO LLENE ESTA PARTE. ES SOLO PARA USO DE LA ESCUELA.
Annual Income Conversion: Weekly x 52, Every 2 Weeks x 26, Twice A Month x 24 Monthly x 12
Total Income: ____________ Per:  Week,  Every 2 Weeks,  Twice A Month,  Month,  Year
Household size: ________
Categorical Eligibility: ___ Date Withdrawn: ________Eligibility: Free___ Reduced___ Denied___
Reason: ________________________________________________________________________________
Determining Official’s Signature: ________________________________________________ Date: ______________
Confirming Official’s Signature: _____________________________ Date: ___________
Verifying Official’s Signature: _______________________________Date: ________
La ley de almuerzos escolares Richard B. Russell National School Lunch Act ordena que se proporcione la información que se pide en esta solicitud. No tiene que darnos
la información, pero si no lo hace, no podemos aprobar las comidas gratuitas o a precios reducidos para su hijo. Usted tiene que incluir los últimos cuatro dígitos del
número de Seguro Social del miembro adulto de la unidad familiar que firme la solicitud. Esos últimos cuatro dígitos del número de Seguro Social no se requieren si
usted solicita en nombre de un hijo de crianza o si provee un número de caso de los programas Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Temporary
Asistance for Needy Families (TANF) o Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations (FDPIR), o bien otro número de identificación del FDPIR para su hijo, y
tampoco si indica que el miembro adulto de la unidad familiar que firma la solicitud no tiene un número de Seguro Social. Usaremos su información para decidir si su
hijo reúne los requisitos para recibir comidas gratuitas o a precios reducidos, así como para administrar y hacer cumplir los programas de almuerzos y desayunos.
PODEMOS compartir su información de elegibilidad con ciertos programas de educación, salud y nutrición para ayudarlos a evaluar, financiar o determinar los
beneficios de sus programas, con los auditores de revisión de programas y con funcionarios del orden público para ayudarlos a investigar violaciones de las reglas de los
programas.
Declaración de no discriminación: Explica qué hacer si cree que lo han tratado de manera injusta. "De conformidad con el derecho federal y con la política del
Departamento de Agricultura de EE.UU., se prohíbe a esta institución discriminar por motivos de raza, color, nacionalidad de origen, sexo, edad, o discapacidad. Para
presentar una queja por discriminación, escriba a USDA, Director, Office of Adjudication, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, D.C. 20250-9410, o llame
gratuitamente al (866) 632-9992 (voz). Las personas con impedimentos de audición o discapacidades del habla se pueden comunicar con el USDA por medio del servicio
de retransmisión federal (Federal Relay Service) al (800) 877-8339 o al (800) 845-6136 (en español). El USDA es un proveedor y empleador que ofrece igualdad de
oportunidades para todos”.
INSTRUCCIONES PARA SOLICITAR
UN MIEMBRO DE LA UNIDAD FAMILIAR ES CUALQUIER MENOR O ADULTO QUE VIVA CON USTED.
SI SU UNIDAD FAMILIAR RECIBE BENEFICIOS DE LOS PROGRAMAS [State SNAP] O [State TANF] [OR THE FOOD
DISTRIBUTION PROGRAM ON INDIAN RESERVATIONS (FDPIR)], SIGA ESTAS INSTRUCCIONES:
Parte 1: Liste a todos los miembros de la unidad familiar y el nombre de la escuela de cada niño.
Parte 2: Liste el número de caso de cualquier miembro de la unidad familiar (incluidos los adultos) que reciba beneficios de los
programas [State SNAP], [State TANF] o [FDPIR].
Parte 3: Ignore esta parte.
Parte 4: Ignore esta parte.
Parte 5: Firme el formulario. No es necesario anotar los últimos cuatro dígitos del número de Seguro Social.
Parte 6: Responda esta pregunta solo si desea.
SI NINGUNO DE LOS MIEMBROS DE SU UNIDAD FAMILIAR RECIBE BENEFICIOS DE LOS PROGRAMAS [State SNAP] O
[State TANF], Y CUALQUIERA DE LOS NIÑOS DE SU UNIDAD FAMILIAR ESTÁ DESAMPARADO O EN FUGA, O ES
MIGRANTE, SIGA ESTAS INSTRUCCIONES:
Parte 1: Liste a todos los miembros de la unidad familiar y el nombre de la escuela de cada niño.
Parte 2: Ignore esta parte.
Parte 3: Si cualquiera de los niños por los que solicita está desamparado o en fuga, o es migrante, marque la casilla
correspondiente y llame a Denise Qualey at: (203) 622-6556 or [email protected]
Parte 4: Complete únicamente si uno de los niños de su unidad familiar no califica conforme a la Parte 3. Vea las instrucciones
para Todas las Demás Unidades Familiares.
Parte 5: Firme el formulario. Si no tuvo que completar la Parte 4, no es necesario anotar los últimos cuatro dígitos del número
de Seguro Social.
Parte 6: Responda esta pregunta solo si desea.
SI SOLICITA EN NOMBRE DE UN HIJO DE CRIANZA, SIGA ESTAS INSTRUCCIONES:
Si todos los niños de la unidad familiar son hijos de crianza:
Parte 1: Liste a todos los hijos de crianza y el nombre de la escuela de cada niño. Marque la casilla que indica que el niño es un
hijo de crianza.
Parte 2: Ignore esta parte.
Parte 3: Ignore esta parte.
Parte 4: Ignore esta parte.
Parte 5: Firme el formulario. No es necesario anotar los últimos cuatro dígitos del número de Seguro Social.
Parte 6: Responda esta pregunta solo si desea.
Si algunos de los niños de la unidad familiar son hijos de crianza:
Parte 1: Liste a todos los miembros de la unidad familiar y el nombre de la escuela de cada niño. Para cada persona que no
tenga ingresos, incluidos los niños, tiene que marcar la casilla que dice “No tiene ingresos”. Si el niño es un hijo de crianza,
marque la casilla correspondiente.
Parte 2: Si la unidad familiar no tiene un número de caso, ignore esta parte.
Parte 3: Si cualquiera de los niños por los que solicita está desamparado o en fuga, o es migrante, marque la casilla
correspondiente y llame a Denise Qualey at: (203) 622-6556 or [email protected] . De no ser así, ignore esta
parte.
Parte 4: Siga estas instrucciones para declarar los ingresos totales de la unidad familiar para este mes o el mes anterior.


Casilla 1–Nombre: Liste a todos los miembros de la unidad familiar que tengan ingresos.
Casilla 2–Ingresos brutos y con qué frecuencia se recibieron: Para cada miembro de la unidad familiar, liste el tipo de
ingreso recibido durante el mes. Tiene que decirnos cuán frecuentemente se recibió el dinero—semanalmente, cada
dos semanas, dos veces al mes o mensualmente. Para ganancias, asegúrese de anotar el ingreso bruto, no el dinero
que lleva a casa. El ingreso bruto es el monto que usted gana antes que le descuenten los impuestos y otras
deducciones. Debiera encontrar esa información en el talonario de su cheque de nómina, o puede preguntarle a su
jefe. Para otros ingresos, anote el monto que cada persona recibió durante el mes como beneficencia pública,
manutención de menores, pensión alimenticia, pensiones, jubilación, Seguro Social, seguro suplementario
Supplemental Security Income (SSI), beneficios para veteranos (beneficios de VA) y beneficios por discapacidad. Bajo
Todos los Demás Ingresos, anote la compensación a trabajadores, los beneficios por desempleo o huelga, las
contribuciones regulares de personas que no viven en su unidad familiar, así como cualquier otro ingreso. No incluya
los ingresos de los programas SNAP, FDPIR, WIC, subvenciones educativas federales y pagos por el cuidado de hijos de
crianza que la familia recibe de la agencia de colocación. ÚNICAMENTE para las personas que trabajan por cuenta
propia, bajo Ganancias del Trabajo, declare los ingresos después de descontar los gastos. Eso se refiere a su negocio,
granja o inmueble de alquiler. Si participa en la iniciativa de viviendas para militares conocida como Military Housing
Privatization Initiative o recibe paga de combate, no incluya esas subvenciones como ingresos.
Parte 5: Un miembro adulto de la unidad familiar debe firmar el formulario y anotar los últimos cuatro dígitos de su número de
Seguro Social (o bien marcar la casilla si no tienen uno).
Parte 6: Responda esta pregunta solo si desea.
LAS DEMÁS UNIDADES FAMILIARES, ENTRE ELLAS LAS QUE RECIBEN BENEFICIOS DEL PROGRAMA WIC, DEBEN
SEGUIR ESTAS INSTRUCCIONES:
Parte 1: Liste a todos los miembros de la unidad familiar y el nombre de la escuela de cada niño. Para cada persona que no
tenga ingresos, incluidos los niños, tiene que marcar la casilla que dice “No tiene ingresos”.
Parte 2: Si la unidad familiar no tiene un número de caso, ignore esta parte.
Parte 3: Si cualquiera de los niños por los que solicita está desamparado o en fuga, o es migrante, marque la casilla
correspondiente y llame a Denise Qualey at: (203) 622-6556 or [email protected] De no ser así, ignore esta
parte.
Parte 4: Siga estas instrucciones para declarar los ingresos totales de la unidad familiar para este mes o el mes anterior.


Casilla 1–Nombre: Liste a todos los miembros de la unidad familiar que tengan ingresos.
Casilla 2–Ingresos brutos y con qué frecuencia se recibieron: Para cada miembro de la unidad familiar, liste el tipo de
ingreso recibido durante el mes. Tiene que decirnos cuán frecuentemente se recibió el dinero—semanalmente, cada
dos semanas, dos veces al mes o mensualmente. Para declarar ingresos, asegúrese de anotar el ingreso bruto, no el
dinero que lleva a casa. El ingreso bruto es el monto que usted gana antes que le descuenten los impuestos y otras
deducciones. Debiera encontrar esa información en el talonario de su cheque de nómina, o puede preguntarle a su
jefe. Para otros ingresos, anote el monto que cada persona recibió durante el mes como beneficencia pública,
manutención de menores, pensión alimenticia, pensiones, jubilación, Seguro Social, seguro suplementario
Supplemental Secuirty Income (SSI), beneficios para veteranos (beneficios de VA) y beneficios por discapacidad. Bajo
Todos los Demás Ingresos, anote la compensación a trabajadores, los beneficios por desempleo o huelga, las
contribuciones regulares de personas que no viven en su unidad familiar, así como cualquier otro ingreso. No incluya
los ingresos de los programas SNAP, FDPIR, WIC, subvenciones educativas federales y pagos por el cuidado de hijos de
crianza que la familia recibe de la agencia de colocación. ÚNICAMENTE para las personas que trabajan por cuenta
propia, bajo Ganancias del Trabajo, declare los ingresos después de descontar los gastos. Eso se refiere a su negocio,
granja o inmueble de alquiler. No incluya los ingresos de los programas SNAP, FDPIR, WIC o subvenciones educativas
federales. Si participa en la iniciativa de viviendas para militares conocida como Military Housing Privatization
Initiative o recibe paga de combate, no incluya esas subvenciones como ingresos.
Parte 5: Un miembro adulto de la unidad familiar debe firmar el formulario y anotar los últimos cuatro dígitos de su número de
Seguro Social (o bien marcar la casilla si no tienen uno).
Parte 6: Responda esta pregunta solo si desea.
2014-15 GREENWICH PUBLIC SCHOOLS PARENT/GUARDIAN LETTER TO HOUSEHOLDS FOR
SCHOOL MEALS AND SNACKS
Dear Parent/Guardian:
The Greenwich Public Schools offers a choice of healthy meals each school day. Children may buy lunch for $3.15 for elementary
schools, $3.30 for middle schools, $3.40 for high school and breakfast for $1.50-$2.00 at participating schools. Children who
qualifY under U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) guidelines may get meals free or at a reduced price of $.40 cents for lunch and
$.30 cents for breakfast. All meals served must meet nutrition standards established by the USDA . If a child has a disability, as
determined by a doctor, and the disability prevents the child from eating the regular school meal, the school will make substitutions
prescribed by the doctor. If a substitution is needed, there will be no extra charge for the meal. Please call your school for further
information.
Note: Children receiving Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) or Temporary Family Assistance (TFA)
benefits may be directly certified and automatically eligible for free meals. Questions regarding SNAP/TFA and direct
certification should be sent to the determining official (John Hopkins, 203-625-7499) If you have received a NOTICE OF
DIRECT CERTIFICATION for free meals , do not complete the application. However, do let the schoo l know if any chi ldren in your
hou seho ld are not listed on the Notice of l)irect Certification letter you received.
An application for free meal benefits cannot be approved unless it contains all required i1~{ormatimz.
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My child's application was approved last year. Do I need to fill out another one? Yes. Your child's
application is only good for that school year and for the first few days of this new school year. Note however, that
unless you have been notified that your children are directly certified or you submit an application that is approved, the
children must pay full price for school meals and the school will not send you a reminder notice of expired eligibility
when the carry-over period ends.
Do I need to fill out an application for each child that attends the same school district? No. Use one Free and
Reduced Price School Meals Application for all students in your household that attend that district. (Note: If you have
children that attend different school DISTRICTS, then one application will need to be completed for each district.) We
cannot approve an application that is not complete, so be sure to fill out all required information. Return the completed
application to your school's office.
Who can get free meals? All children in households receiving benefits from SNAP or TFA can get free meals
regardless of your income. (Note: Free eligibility based on SNAP or TFA is extended to all children in the household
when the application lists a SNAP or TFA case number for any household member.) In addition, your children can get
free meals if your household's gross income is within the free limits on the Federal Income Guidelines. Households
with children who are foster children, runaway or homeless, or are enrolled in the Head Start/Even Start Program should
check off the appropriate box on the application and contact the school for assistance in receiving benefits. Note:
Subsidized adoptions and subsidized guardianships are not automatically eligible for free meals. These require the
calculation of all household income plus the adoption/guardianship subsidy.
Can FOSTER children get free meals? Yes , foster children that are under the legal responsibility of a foster care
agency or court, are eligible for free meals. There are a few ways that a school can determine a foster child as being
eligible for free meals:
a. The determining official (the person who approves the free and reduced meal application) receives a copy from the
foster parent, of the legal document or legal court order showing that the child is a foster child;
b. The determining official receives a copy from the Board of Education or school's main office, of the Department of
Children and Family Services (DCF) 603 form indicating that the child is a foster child ; or
c. The foster parent completes a free and reduced meal application and checks off that the child is a foster child and lists
the child ' s personal use income if applicable. Note that a foster child is categorically eligible for free meals and may
be included as a member of the foster family if the foster family chooses to also apply for benefits. If the foster family
is not eligible for free or reduced price meal benefits, it does not prevent a foster child from receiving free meal
benefits; however, a foster child 's free eligibility does not automatically extend to all students in the household .
Can homeless and runaway children get free meals? Yes, children who meet the definition of homeless or
runaway qualify for free meals. If you have not been told your children will get free meals, please call or e-mail Denise
Qualey to see if they qualify at: (203) 622-6556 or [email protected] to see if they qualify.
If a member of my household receives SNAP or TFA benefits may I submit an application? Yes. Households with
any member who is currently certified to receive SNAP or TF A benefits may submit an application for these children
with the abbreviated information as indicated on the application and instructions.
Can my child's free meal status be extended to all children in the household? It depends . Categorical eligibility for
free meals is extended to all children in a household when the application lists a SNAP or TFA case number for any
household member. If you think free benefits should be extended to all children in the household, contact the
determining official.
Who can get reduced price meals? Your children can get low cost meals ifyour household income is within the
reduced price limits on the Federal Income Eligibility Chart on the second page of this letter.
Should I fill out an application if I received a letter this school year saying m y children are approved for
free meals? Please read the letter you got carefully and follow the instructions. Call the Food Service Office at 203625-7499 ifyou have questions.
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2014-15 GREENWICH PUBLIC SCHOOLS PARENT/GUARDIAN LETTER TO HOUSEH Rev. 5/l4
SCHOOL MEALS ANID SNACKS
10. I get WI C. Can my child(ren) get free meals? Children in households participating in WIC may be eligible for free
or reduced price meals. Please fill out an application.
11. Will the information I give be checked? Yes and we may also ask you to send written proof.
12. Must I put my full social security number on the application? No. Only the last four digits ofthe social security
number of the adult household member signing the application is needed.
13. If I don't qualify now, may I apply later? Yes, you may apply at any time during the school year. For example,
children with a parent or guardian who becomes unemployed may become eligible for free or reduced price meals if the
household income drops below the income limit.
14. What if I disagree with the school's decision about my application? You should talk to school officials. You also
may ask for a hearing by calling or writing to: John Hopkins, Food Service Director, 203-625-7424, 290 Greenwich
Ave. Greenwich, CT 06830
15. May I apply if someone in my household is not a U.S. citizen? Yes. You or your child(ren) do not have to be U.S.
citizens to quality for free or reduced price meals.
16. Who should I include as members of my household? You must include all people living in your household,
related or not (such as grandparents, other relatives, or friends) who share income and expenses. You must include
yourself and all children living with you. If you live with other people who are economically independent (for example,
people who you do not support, who do not share income with you or your children, and who pay a pro-rated share of
expenses), do not include them.
17. What if my income is not always the same? List the amount that you normally receive. For example, if you normally
make $1000 each month, but you missed some work last month and only made $900, put down that you made $1 000 per
month. If you normally get overtime, include it, but do not include it if you only work overtime sometimes. If you have lost
a job or had your hours or wages reduced, use your current income.
18. We are in the military. Do we include our housing allowance as income? Ifyou get an off-base housing
allowance, it must be included as income. However, if your housing is part of the Military Housing Privatization
Initiative, do not include your housing allowance as income.
19. My spouse is deployed to a combat zone. Is her combat pay counted as income? No, if the combat pay is
received in addition to her basic pay because of her deployment and it wasn't received before she was deployed, combat
pay is not counted as income. Contact your school for more information.
20. My family needs more help. Are there other programs we might apply for? Your child and family may be
eligible for SNAP benefits if your child is determined to be eligible for free meals. For information regarding the SNAP
and to contact the Department of Social Services office in your town, contact United Way's free referral number 2-1-1
(free call, statewide).
21. Will information on my application be kept confidential? We will use the information on your application to decide
if your child should get free or reduced price meals. We may inform officials connected with Title I and the National
Assessment of Educational Progress whether your child is eligible for free or reduced price school meals. They will use
this information for funding and/or evaluation purposes. Information may also be disclosed if you want the application
to be used to get other benefits.
Reduced Price Income Chart for School Year 2014-2015
We will let you know if you are approved or denied.
S. McKeme, Ph.D.
$831
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July I, 2014
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Non Discrimination Statement: The U.S. Department of Agriculture prohibits discrimination against its customers, employees, and applicants for employment on the basis of race, color,
national origin. age, disability, sex, gender identity, religion, reprisal, and where applicable, political beliefs, marital status, familial or parental status, sexual orientation, or all or part of an
individual's income is derived from any public assistance program, or protected genetic information in em loyment or in any program or activity conducted or funded by the Department. (Not
all prohibited bases will apply to all programs and/or employment activities.)
If you wish to file a Civil Rights program complaint of discrimination, complete the USDA Program Discrimination Complaint Form, found online at
http://www.ascr.usda.gov/complaint filing cust.html, or at any USDA office, or call (866) 632-9992 to request the form. You may also write a letter containing all of the information requested
in the form. Send your completed complaint form or letter to us by mail at U.S. Department of Agriculture, Director, Office of Adjudication, 1400 Independence Avenue, S.W., Washington,
D.C. 20250-9410, by fax (202)690-7442 or email at [email protected]
Individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339; or (800) 845-6136 (Spanish).
USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
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GREENWICH PUBLIC SCHOOLS
ESCUELA ANO 2014-15
Estimado Padre de Familia/Encargado:
Los niños necesitan comida nutritiva para aprender. Greenwich Public Schools ofrece comidas nutritivas
todos los días escolares. El desayuno cuesta $1.35 en las escuelas que participan y el almuerzo en la
escuela primaria $3.15, en la escuela intermedia 3.30, y en el colegio (high school) $3.40. Sus niños podrían
calificar para comidas gratis o a precio reducido. El precio reducido es de $.30 para el desayuno y $.40 para el
almuerzo.
1. ¿Es necesario llenar una solicitud para cada niño? No. Complete la forma para solicitar comidas gratis o
a precio reducido. Use una solicitud para comidas gratis o a precio reducido para todos los estudiantes en su
hogar. Asegúrese de llenar la solicitud con toda la información requerida ya que no podemos aprobar
solicitudes incompletas. Devuelva la solicitud completa a la oficina de la escuela de su hijo.
2. ¿Quién puede recibir comidas gratis? Niños en hogares que reciben Cupones para Alimentos o TANF y la mayoría
de los menores bajo la supervisión de servicios sociales pueden recibir comidas gratis sin importar sus
ingresos. También si su ingreso familiar está dentro de los límites de la Tabla Federal de Ingresos, sus niños
pueden recibir comidas gratis.
3. ¿Pueden los niños sin hogar, niños que han abandonado su hogar y niños emigrantes recibir
comidas gratis? Si no le han informado que sus hijos recibirán comidas gratis, por favor comuníquese con la
oficina de la escuela de su hijo o con Denise Qualey 203-622-6556 para verificar si sus hijos califican.
4. ¿Quién puede recibir comidas a precio reducido? Sus hijos pueden recibir comidas a precio reducido si su ingreso
familiar está dentro de los límites de la Tabla Federal de Ingresos mostrada en esta solicitud.
5. ¿Debo llenar una solicitud si este año escolar recibí una carta que dice que mis hijos fueron aprobados para
comidas gratis o a precio reducido? Por favor, lea la carta que recibió y siga las instrucciones. Llame a la escuela si tiene
preguntas.
6. Yo recibo WIC. ¿Pueden mis hijos recibir comidas gratis? Niños en hogares que participan en WIC podrían ser
elegibles para recibir comidas gratis o a precio reducido. Por favor llene una solicitud.
7. ¿Será verificada la información que yo provea? Sí, nosotros podríamos pedirle que envíe prueba escrita
de la información provista.
8. Si yo no califico ahora ¿puedo solicitar más tarde? Sí. Usted puede solicitar en cualquier momento
durante el año escolar si el tamaño de su familia aumenta, sus ingresos disminuyen, o si comienza a recibir
Cupones para Alimentos o TANF. Si usted pierde su trabajo, sus niños podrían recibir comidas gratis o a precio
reducido durante el tiempo que usted esté sin empleo.
9. ¿Qué pasa si no estoy de acuerdo con la decisión de la escuela con respecto a mi solicitud? Usted
deberá hablar con los oficiales de la escuela. También podría solicitar una audiencia ya sea llamando o
escribiendo a John Hopkins, Director de Servicios de Alimentos, telefono 203-625-7424, 290 Greenwich
Avenue, Greenwich, CT 06830.
10. ¿Puedo solicitar aunque alguien en mi hogar no sea ciudadano americano? Sí. Ni usted ni sus niños
necesitan ser ciudadanos americanos para recibir comidas gratis o a precio reducido.
11. ¿A quienes tengo que incluir como miembros de mi familia? Usted debe incluir a todas las personas
que vivan en su hogar aunque no sean parientes suyos (por ejemplo, abuelos, otros parientes o amigos). Usted
también debe incluirse a si mismo y a todos los niños que viven con usted.
12. ¿Qué pasa si mi ingreso no es siempre igual? Anote la cantidad que usted recibe regularmente. Por
ejemplo, si usted normalmente recibe $1000 al mes pero se ausentó al trabajo el mes pasado y solo recibió
$900, anote que usted recibe $1000 al mes. Si usted generalmente cobra por horas extras de trabajo incluya
esa cantidad, pero no es necesario incluirla si solo trabaja horas extras a veces.
13. Nosotros estamos en el servicio militar, ¿debemos incluir nuestro subsidio para vivienda como
parte de nuestro ingreso? Si su vivienda es parte de la Iniciativa de Privatización de Viviendas para Militares
usted no necesita incluir el subsidio para vivienda como parte de su ingreso. Otros suplementos deben ser
incluidos como parte de su ingreso.
Si usted tiene otras preguntas, por favor llame al 203-625-7499.
Sinceramente,
John Hopkins
Food Service Director
Declaración del Acta de Privacidad: Esto explica como nosotros usaremos la información que
usted nos provea.
La Ley Nacional de Almuerzo Escolar, Richard B. Russell, exige la información en esta solicitud.
Usted no tiene que proveer la información pero si no lo hace, nosotros no podemos autorizar que sus
hijos reciban comidas gratis o a precio reducido. Se requiere el número de Seguro Social del
miembro adulto del hogar quien firma la solicitud. El número de Seguro Social no es necesario si
usted está solicitando para un hijo de crianza o usted anota el número de caso de Cupones para
Alimentos, Asistencia Temporera para Familias Necesitadas (TANF, por sus siglas en inglés) o el
Programa de Distribución de Alimentos en Reservaciones Indígenas (FDPIR, por sus siglas en
inglés) asignados a los niños para los cuales está solicitando. Tampoco es necesario proveer el
número de Seguro Social si usted indica que el miembro adulto del hogar que firmó la solicitud no
tiene un número de Seguro Social. Nosotros usaremos su información para evaluar si sus hijos
califican para comidas gratis o a precio reducido, para desarrollar el programa, y para hacer cumplir
con las reglas del programa. Nosotros PODRÍAMOS compartir su información de elegibilidad con
programas de educación, salud y nutrición para ayudar a esos programas a evaluar, financiar o
determinar beneficios; con auditores que revisan programas; y con personal de justicia para
ayudarles a investigar violaciones a las reglas de estos programas.
Declaración de No-Discriminación: Esto explica qué hacer si usted cree que se le ha tratado
injustamente. De acuerdo con la ley Federal y la política del Departamento de Agricultura, está
prohibido que esta institución discrimine por motivo de raza, color, nacionalidad, sexo, edad o
incapacidad. Para presentar una queja por discriminación, por favor escriba a USDA, Director, Office
of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington DC 20250-9410 o llame al (800) 7953272 o al (202) 720-6382 (TTY). USDA no discrimina en sus programas y empleo.
GREENWICH PUBLIC SCHOOLS
MIDDLE SCHOOL SPORTS
INTRAMURAL AND COMPETITIVE
PROGRAM
2014 FALL SCHEDULE
SETTING THE STANDARD FOR EXCELLENCE
MIDDLE SCHOOL SPORTS
Recreational and competitive sports activities provide an outlet for the natural energies of people of all ages. “Joy
through movement” is a common human experience.
The Greenwich Public Schools currently offer the most extensive Middle School Sports program in the
State of Connecticut.
Middle school age children in particular, both enjoy and learn from involvement in sports and recreational activities.
Not only can they improve physical fitness and sports skills that are fun, but they learn to lead, follow, share, and
cooperate in socially acceptable ways.
Rapid changes in physical growth and maturation, coupled with pressures exerted by the peer group, make sports
a healthy alternative to other forms of recreation. It is important for every adult associated with the middle school sports
program to support, through word and example, the concept that the exhilaration experienced through sports is more
real and lasting than any form of “high” achieved by other means.
INTRODUCTION
The purpose of this handbook is to provide parents, students, team supervisors, and faculty members with
information about the Greenwich Middle School Sports Program. It is intended to help you to become familiar with our
philosophy, to explain individuals’ responsibilities, to outline the yearly calendar for Intramurals and the Competitive
program, and to provide sample copies of forms used in the Middle School Sports program.
PHILOSOPHY
It is our belief that participation in sport activities contributes to the development of the middle school-aged boy
and girl. A program which encourages and welcomes all students is basic to this philosophy. The program as described
herein is designed to meet the needs of competitive and intramural athletes.
DESCRIPTION
The middle school sports program provides opportunities for students to participate in both the competitive and
recreational arenas of sport.
INTRAMURALS
PHILOSOPHY: One of the main objectives of the Middle School Intramurals is to provide every student with the
opportunity to play and enjoy friendly activity under the supervision of certified staff. While the main focus is
recreational, participants may practice game skills learned in physical education class. Activities which are not offered in
regular physical education class are also available. These offerings may differ from school to school, and season to
season as interest and participation dictate.
Some of the activities which may be offered are:
Soccer
Flag football
Floor Hockey
Basketball
Diamond Sports
Adventure Climbing
Rollerblading
Volleyball
Fitness Center
Racquet Sports
Dance
SCHEDULE: Intramurals are typically offered four days a week.
Physicals and permission forms are not required for participation in the Intramural Program.
COMPETITIVE PROGRAM
PHILOSOPHY: The value of increased skills instruction, additional practice time, and interschool competition add to the
growth and development of the middle school student. The middle school competitive program provides students with
opportunities to nurture their competitive drive while maintaining a high standard of sportsmanship. Team practices and
competition provide a forum which fosters respect for diverse athletic capabilities.
When necessary and feasible, the competitive program offers A and B level teams to maximize student
participation. The sports which have been selected for this program complement the competitive opportunities
throughout the Greenwich community, while considering limitations imposed by facilities, field space, transportation, and
staffing. Athletes compete against teams in the Greenwich Middle Schools, private school teams, and selected regional
teams as opportunities arise. Games will be officiated by qualified officials.
Sports offerings include:
FALL
Soccer – boys “A”
Soccer – boys “B”
Soccer – girls
Field Hockey - girls
Co-ed Volleyball
WINTER
Basketball
Basketball
Basketball
Basketball
–
–
–
–
boys “A”
boys “B”
girls “A”
girls “B”
SPRING
Baseball - boys
Softball - girls
Co-ed Track & Field
REQUIREMENTS:
o
Students must have a sports physical PRIOR to the beginning of the season and BEFORE try-outs for
all competitive teams. Physicals are valid for 13 months from date of physical. Physicals are not
required for intramural participation. (forms are included in this packet)
Physical forms are to
be turned in to the school nurse.
o
The Competitive program requires daily attendance for practices and competitions.
o
Students will need to arrange for transportation home from school following practices and games.
o
During the time between school dismissal and the start of the competitive program, (which will vary from school to
school depending on site availability), students will be required to be at one of four locations:
1.
Homework Club
2.
Intramurals
3.
Other school sponsored activity/extra help from teachers
4.
Assigned study hall
o
Students and parent/guardian will need to complete a signed permission slip prior to the start of EACH season
indicating commitment to the program, a medical release, and intention to attend one of the four locations listed
above. (Forms are included in this packet)
o
o
o
Try-outs will determine eligibility to play on the competitive team. It is necessary for students to plan to attend all
days of try-outs (accommodations will be made for extenuating circumstances). Cuts that may be necessary will
be made at the discretion of the coaches. These will be held Monday through Friday from school dismissal time
until approximately 4:30 or 5:00 for the first week of the season. Basketball try-outs may pose an exception to
this time frame.
Students in all three grades may try out for the teams, male and female, for all sports as long as there is not a
sport/team of comparable nature in which to participate. (i.e., softball and baseball) In addition to skill
performance, eligibility will be determined by attendance and attitude. Students will be issued team uniforms
(which are the only authorized uniform) specific to each sport. Rubber cleats or sneakers are the only permissible
type of footwear.
Mouth guards are mandatory for field hockey players.
SCHEDULE:
o
Game times may vary.
o
Practice runs for 90 minutes per session. These sessions will take place at varying time blocks from school to
school depending on the site availability.
o
Away games may require a time commitment beyond 5:30.
We pride ourselves in setting the standard for excellence by maintaining the highest caliber of coaching,
supervision, demonstrated sportsmanship, and program quality.
All students who wish to try out for a competitive athletic team must complete this sheet
on both sides and return to your Middle School for processing prior to try outs. A new permission form
MUST be filled out prior to the start of EACH season: Fall, Winter and Spring.
MIDDLE SCHOOL COMPETITIVE ATHLETICS
PERMISSION FORM
STUDENT NAME:__________________________________ ________________
Birth Date_________________________________________ Grade ___________
Address:___________________________________________________________
Parent/guardian _______________________ Home phone___________________
SPORT:____________________________________________________________
The Middle School Competitive Sports Program is an extension of the Middle School Intramural
Program. It requires a four-day per week commitment from the students and will take place after
school. Students will try out for these teams and will participate in competition against other
middle schools here in Greenwich and in Fairfield and Westchester Counties. If a sport does not
begin until 4:00 or so, students will be required to attend a school based program (homework
club, intramurals, other school sponsored activity/extra help from teachers or an assigned study
hall). Parents are responsible for student transportation home after all practices and
games.
By its nature, participation in competitive athletics includes risk of injury, which may range in
severity from minor disabling to even death. Although serious injuries are not common in
supervised school athletic programs, it is impossible to eliminate the risk. Participants have the
responsibility to help reduce the chance of injury. Players must obey all safety rules, report all
physical problems to their coaches, follow a proper conditioning program, and inspect their own
equipment daily. Additionally, they must have had a “sports physical” that is current both during
tryouts and throughout participation in the season. If your physical is due to expire before tryouts
or before the end of the sports season, a new physical must be submitted prior to tryouts and/or
participation. No exceptions can be made.
By signing this Permission Form, we acknowledge that we have read the above information.
Parents or students who do not wish to accept the commitments, risks and responsibilities
described in this correspondence should not sign this permission form.
I hereby give my consent for the above named student: 1: to represent his/her school in approved
athletic activities; 2. to accompany any school team of which he/she is a member on its local or
out-of-town trips; 3. to receive, through a medical doctor of the school’s choice, emergency
medical care which may become reasonably necessary in the course of such athletic activities or
travel.
Signature_____________________________________________ Date____/_____/_____
Parent/Legal Guardian
I have read the foregoing and will abide by the principles and regulations contained therein.
Student Signature_______________________________________ Date____/_____/_____
All students who wish to try out for a competitive athletic team must complete this sheet
on both sides and return to your Middle School for processing prior to try outs. A new permission
form MUST be filled out prior to the start of EACH season: Fall, Winter and Spring.
MIDDLE SCHOOL COMPETITIVE ATHLETICS
EMERGENCY INFORMATION
STUDENT NAME:_____________________________________________________________
SPORT:_______________________________ Birth Date______________ Grade ___________
Address:______________________________________________________________________
Parent/guardian __________________________________ Home phone___________________
Father’s work phone ________________________ Cell phone___________________________
Mother’s work phone____________________________ Cell phone_______________________
Family physician ______________________________ Family dentist_____________________
Current medications:____________________________________________________________
Allergies: _____________________________________________________________________
Emergency contact / phone number (friend/relative) :___________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
MEDICAL TREATMENT PERMISSION
In the event of injury to my daughter/son, I expect every effort will be made to contact me in
order to receive my authorization before any treatment or hospitalization is undertaken.
However, if an emergency requiring medical attention occurs, I grant permission to any
physician or other hospital personnel designated by Greenwich High/Middle School coaching
staff to attend my daughter/son.
Signature of parent/guardian______________________________________________________
�==================================================================�
“SPORTS PHYSICAL” VERIFICATION
(this section for school use only: will be completed by office staff prior to tryouts)
This certifies that the student named above has a current athletic physical examination on file in
the __________ MIDDLE SCHOOL HEALTH OFFICE and is eligible to try out and participate
in the sport entered above. A sports physical is only good for 13 months from the date
completed. If the physical is due to expire before the end of the current sports season, a new
physical must be submitted prior to continued participation.
_________________________________________________
Date of physical
SEAL/STAMP BELOW
GREENWICH PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Greenwich, CT
July 2014
Dear Parents:
The attached Physical Exam Form for Sports Participation is to be filled out by
your physician when you take your son/daughter for their physical exam. It is strongly
recommended that this form be filled out by your physician and you, so that at any time
during the school year your child will be eligible to try out for any of the Competitive
Sports programs, if they so choose. As per town policy, your son or daughter will not
be able to attend the tryouts or practice sessions if this form is not completed and
dated within 13 months of the try-out date.
Many children are unsure if they would like to try out for a team until a day or
two before it starts. This is the nature of middle school children. As we are sure you
are well aware, appointments with your physicians need to be made many weeks in
advance; thus the problem arises: How can I get an appointment with my doctor by
tomorrow? Please don’t let this hold back your child from being part of the Competitive
Program.
The fall Competitive Program starts in early September. The sports
offered will be Soccer, Field Hockey and Co-ed Volleyball.
The winter
Competitive Program will start in early December. The sports offered will be:
Girls and Boys Basketball. The spring Competitive Program starts in early
April. The sports offered will be: Boys Baseball and Girls Softball and Co-ed
Track.
The teams are open to students in all grades at the middle school.
Unfortunately, if we have a large number of interested participants, there is a possibility
that there will be cuts.
If you have any questions, please call:
Nancy James (Central Middle School)
Robin Schemansky (Eastern Middle School)
Phil Tarantino (Western Middle School)
203-661-8500
203-637-1744
203-531-5700
Greenwich Department of Health
Greenwich Public Schools Health Services
SPORTS POLICY ADDENDUM
Effective immediately the following requirement is in effect:
The competitive sports program is a voluntary program, therefore, a sports physical
examination will be required for all competitive sports participants. No exemptions
(religious or medical) will be accepted.
Each time you plan to pick your child up from an event, you must have this
form signed by either the Middle School Sports Director (Nancy James/CMS,
Robin Schemansky/EMS or Phil Tarantino/WMS) or your School’s Principal
PRIOR to the end of the school day.
GREENWICH PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Greenwich, CT
TRAVEL RELEASE
This is to certify that ______________________________ has my permission to ride
(Student’s name – please print)
to and from the ____________________athletic contest on ____________________
(Sport)
(Date)
at ________________________________.
(Location)
I certify that I am personally transporting the above named student or have arranged
for transportation with an adult (non-student) of my choosing for this student.
Name of Adult other than parent:____________________________________________
The reason for not riding the bus is:_________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________
(Reason must be sufficiently urgent to family needs to justify not riding the bus.)
I understand that Greenwich Public Schools’ Middle School Athletic Rules require that
students ride the bus to and from all athletic events and a departure from this
requirement will release the Greenwich Board of Education from all liability for any
adverse results that may occur.
I agree to release the Greenwich Board of Education and its employees and officers
from all liability with reference to the above stated transportation.
This form must be on file in the Athletic Office PRIOR to the dismissal of school on the
day of the contest.
_____________________________
Signature of Parent or Guardian
Approved
_____________________________
Signature of Sports Director
__________________________
Date
Not Approved
__________________________
Date
GREENWICH PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Greenwich, CT
July 2014
Dear Parents:
The Greenwich Public School district requests that teams refrain from purchasing
additional items that are not part of your school supplied middle school sports uniform. This
practice ensures program equity across all schools. We have had problems enforcing this policy
across the district and in each of the middle schools. This letter is a request that you respect
and support the stated policy that was developed by the three middle school principals, the
assistant superintendent, and the program coordinator for physical education.
The policy reads as follows: “The district practice for middle school sports is
for teams to wear only the uniform provided by the district as funded by the budget
allocation for each middle school.”
We have had situations where parent groups have purchased supplemental uniform
items, such as warm-ups and sweatshirts. This violates our policy. Coaches are required to
reinforce this policy with his/her athletes and parents at pre-season meetings so we do not run
into a compromising situation.
It is only with your support that we can implement this policy at each middle school. If
you have any questions or concerns regarding this matter, please do not hesitate to contact the
middle school sports directors:
Central Middle School
Eastern Middle School
Western Middle School
Nancy James
Robin Schemansky
Phil Tarantino
203-661-8500
203-637-1744
203-531-5700
Read by:
Parent Signature:_______________________________________________________________
Student Signature:______________________________________________________________
Date:_________________________________________________________________________
Middle School Competitive & Intramural Program Timeline
(all dates subject to change)
Fall Sports:
Boys “A” Soccer, Boys “B” Soccer, Girls Soccer
Field Hockey, Coed Volleyball
Try-out Dates: September 2, 4, 5, 8, 2014
Deadline for Paperwork: August 26, 2014
The sport teams will make cuts
Winter Sports:
Boys “A” Basketball, Boys “B” Basketball
Girls “A” Basketball, Girls “B” Basketball
Try-out Dates: December 1, 2, 4, 5, 2014
Deadline for Paperwork: November 21, 2014
The sport teams will make cuts
Spring Sports:
Boys Baseball, Girls Softball,
Coed Track and Field
Try-out Dates: March 30, 31, April 2, 6, 2015
Deadline for Paperwork: March 23, 2015
The sport teams will make cuts
Intramurals:
One of the main objectives of intramurals is to provide every
student with the opportunity to play and enjoy various sports under the supervision of
certified staff. Students can come when they choose. There are no try-outs. Our
primary focus is student centered and it is purely recreational. Also, all activities are
free!
Stay Active
2014
Please Read, Fill out, Sign and Return the following
forms to the Main Office by
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5th, 2014
Any questions please call your child’s
Guidance Counselor @ 203 661-8500:
GRADE 8 – Mrs. Alfano
GRADE 6 – Mrs. Davis
GRADE 7 – Mrs. Palange
2014-2015
Rev. 12/2/2013
Approved by Board:
1/23/2014
Greenwich Public Schools District Calendar
AUGUST
S
3
M
4
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5
W
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SEPTEMBER
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Month:
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4 days / students
8
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8 days / teachers
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OCTOBER
M
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Month:
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Cumulative:
14 15 16 17 18 19 20
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
4 days / students
24 25
8 days / teachers
26 27 28 29 30
20 days / teachers
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Month:
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2
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22 days / students
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22 days / teachers
Cumulative:
12 13 14 15 16 17 18
21 22 23 24 25 26 27
24 days / students
19 20 21 22 23 24 25
46 days / students
28 29 30
28 days / teachers
26 27 28 29 30 31
50 days / teachers
Cumulative:
31
12 Summer School Ends
1 Labor Day-Schools Closed
13 Columbus Day-Schools Closed
20 First Day for All Teachers
17 Teacher Meetings - Early Release
22 Teacher Meetings - Early Release
22 Professional Learning Day
25 Rosh Hashanah-Schools Closed
25 Grade 6&9 Orientation
26 First Day for All Students
NOVEMBER
DECEMBER
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3
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10 11 12 13 14 15
Month:
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17 days / students
8
18 days / teachers
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9
JANUARY
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Month:
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4
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17 days / students
10 11 12 13
17 days/ teachers
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Month:
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3
19 days / students
8
9
10
19 days / teachers
Cumulative:
14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Cumulative:
11 12 13 14 15 16 17
Cumulative:
16 17 18 19 20 21 22
63 days / students
21 22 23 24 25 26 27
80 days / students
18 19 20 21 22 23 24
99 days / students
23 24 25 26 27 28 29
68 days / teachers
28 29 30 31
85 days / teachers
25 26 27 28 29 30 31
104 days / teachers
30
4 Election Day/Prof. Learning - Schools Closed
4 Elementary Conferences - Early Release
1 New Year's Day - Schools Closed
11 Veterans Day - Schools Open
9 Elementary Conferences - Early Release
2 Holiday Recess
26 Early Release
27 - 28 Thanksgiving Recess
11 Elementary Conferences - Evening
23 Early Release
5 School Resumes
14 Teacher Meetings - Early Release
24 - 31 Holiday Recess - Schools Closed
19 MLK, Jr. Day - Schools Closed
FEBRUARY
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MARCH
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14 days / teachers
8
APRIL
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Cumulative:
15 16 17 18 19 20 21
113 days / students
118 days / teachers
Month:
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22 days / students
22 days / teachers
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Month:
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16 days / teachers
Cumulative:
12 13 14 15 16 17 18
22 23 24 25 26 27 28
135 days / students
19 20 21 22 23 24 25
151 days / students
29 30 31
140 days / teachers
26 27 28 29 30
156 days / teachers
Cumulative:
9-13 Winter Recess - Schools Closed
3 Good Friday - Schools Closed
16 President's Day - Schools Closed
13 - 17 Spring Recess - Schools Closed
29 Teacher Meetings - Early Release
MAY
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20 days / teachers
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11 days / teachers
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10 11
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Cumulative:
14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Cumulative:
12 13 14 15 16 17 18
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
171 days / students
21 22 23 24 25 26 27
181 days / students
19 20 21 22 23 24 25
24 25 26 27 28 29 30
176 days / teachers
28 29 30
187 days / teachers
26 27 28 29 30 31
31
20 Teacher Meetings - Early Release
GHS Graduation*
? Summer School Begins
25 Memorial Day-Schools Closed
18 Last Day for Grade 6 (Includes 5 Snow Days)**
3 Independence Day - No Summer School
19 Last Day for Students (Includes 5 Snow Days)**
22 Last Day for Staff (Includes 5 Snow Days)**
181 Days / Students
? Summer School - Staff Only
187 Days / Teachers
* GHS Graduation will be held NO LATER than 06/18/15, however, it
could be held earlier, depending on the last day of school. The
graduation date will be confirmed / set on 4/1/15
** If more snow / storm days are needed, they will be taken from either the
remaining days in June or from the Spring Recess in April. Please plan accordingly.
Central Middle School
2014 - 2015 Calendar
~ August 2014 ~
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
1
4
5
6
7
8
11
12
13
14
15
18
19
20
21
22
1st Day for all Teachers
25
26
6th & 9th Grade Orientation
27
1st Day for All Students
GRADE LEVEL ASSEMBLIES
Professional Learning Day
28
29
Central Middle School
2014 - 2015 Calendar
~ September 2014 ~
Monday
1
Tuesday
Wednesday
2
3
Thursday
4
Friday
5
Pencils of Promise Assmbly. - PTA
`
Schools Closed
PICTURE DAY
Pattern I
8
Blue Ribbon Testing - Reading
9
BoE Mtg. @ Havemeyer @ 7:00 p.m.
10
11
12
Middle School OPEN HOUSE
@ 6:30 p.m.
PTA Executive Board Mtg. 12:00 p.m.
BOOK FAIR - MEDIA CENTER
Pattern II
15
16
17
Blue Ribbon Testing - Math
18
19
Early Release - 12:35 p.m.
Teacher Meetings
FIELD DAY
PTA VOLUNTEER COFFEE - 9:30 a,m.
PTA Gen. Membership Meeting
10:30 a.m.
Pattern I
22
Nature's Classroom Parent Mtg.
6:30 p.m.
29
8/14/14
Pattern II
23
BoE Mtg. @ W. M. S @ 7:00 p.m.
24
GHS OPEN HOUSE - GRADES 9 & 12
30
25
26
Rosh Hashanah
Notes:
Central Middle School
2014 - 2015 Calendar
~ October 2014 ~
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
1
Thursday
2
Friday
3
Marking Period Mid-Point
GHS OPEN HOUSE - GRADES 10 & 11
6
Pattern I
7
8
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL OPEN
HOUSE
9
Yom Kippur begins @ Sun Down
10
Grade 7 Camp Mohawk Team II Team I PTA Executive Board Mtg. 12:00 p.m.
13
14
Columbus Day
Schools Closed
20
Pattern II
BoE Mtg. @ Havemeyer @ 7:00 p.m.
15
6th GRADE - NATURE'S
CLASSROOM
21 /
16
6th GRADE - NATURE'S
CLASSROOM
22
17
6th GRADE - NATURE'S
CLASSROOM
23
6th GRADE - NATURE'S
CLASSROOM
24
Early Release - 12:35 p.m.
Teacher Meetings
PICTURE RETAKES
BoE Mtg. @ C. M. S @ 7:00 p.m.
HOSTING
27
Pattern I
28
29
30
Marking Period Ends
GSO YOUNG PEOPLE'S CONCERT
8/14/14
31
Central Middle School
2014 - 2015 Calendar
~ November 2014 ~
Monday
Pattern II
3
Tuesday
4
Election Day
Wednesday
5
Professional Learning Day/
Schools Closed
Thursday
6
GSO Young People's Concert
Grades 6th & 7th
Friday
7
Blue Ribbon Testing - Reading
BoE Mtg. @ Cos Cob School
7:00 p.m. (Budget)
Pattern I
10
11
Veterans' Day
Schools Open
12
PTA Executive Board Mtg. 12:00 p.m.
13
14
Blue Ribbon Testing - Math
BoE Mtg. @ Havemeyer
7:00 p.m. PrePresentation
Pattern II
17
18
19
20
21
PTA. Membership Meeting
11:30 a.m.
BoE Mtg. @ ISD @ 7:00 p.m.
Pattern I
24
25
26
27
DIGNITY DAY
Early Release 12:35 P.M.
BoE Mtg. @ Cos Cob School
7:00 p.m. (Budget)
8/14/14
28
Thanksgiving Recess
Thanksgiving Recess
Central Middle School
2014 -2015 Calendar
~ December 2014 ~
Monday
1
Pattern II
Tuesday
Wednesday
2
Thursday
3
4
Friday
5
SEASON OF GIVING BoE Mtg. @ Havemeyer @ 7:00 p.m.
8
Pattern I
9
Winter Concert I - All Orchestra/
6th Grade Band
10
11
12
SEASON OF GIVING BoE Mtg. @ Cos Cob School
7:00 p.m. ( Budget)
15
Pattern II
16
17
PTA Executive Board Mtg. 12:00 p.m.
18
19
Marking Period Mid-Point
Start of Chanuka
SEASON OF GIVING BoE Mtg. @ G. H. S. @ 7:00 p.m.
22
Pattern I
23
24
Early Release
25
Holiday Recess
Holiday Recess
Chanuka Ends
29
30
Holiday Recess
8/14/14
Notes:
31
Holiday Recess
Holiday Recess
26
Holiday Recess
Central Middle School
2014 -2015 Calendar
~ January 2015 ~
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
New Year's Day
1
Friday
2
Schools Closed
5
Pattern II
School Resumes
6
7
8
Holiday Recess
9
PTA Executive Board Mtg. 12:00 p.m.
BoE Mtg. @ Havemeyer @ 7:00 p.m.
12
Pattern I
13
14
15
16
Marking Period Ends
Early Release - 12:35 p.m.
Teacher Meetings
Winter Concert II
Chorus 7/8 Grade
Band + Ensemble
19
Martin Luther King Day
20
21
22
23
Blue Ribbon Testing - Reading
Schools Closed
BoE Mtg. @ North Street School
7:00 p.m.
26
Pattern II
27 Blue Ribbon Testing - Math
Washington D.C. Parent Mtg.
@ 6:30 p.m.
PTA Membership Mtg. @6:00 p.m.
PARENT UNIVERSITY
28
29
Washington D.C. Parent Mtg.
@ 8:00 a.m.
30
SUPERSHOW
Central Middle School
2014 - 2015 Calendar
~ February 2015 ~
Monday
2
Tuesday
3
Wednesday
4
Thursday
5
Friday
6
Pattern I
PTA Executive Board Mtg. 12:00 p.m.
BoE Mtg. @ Havemeyer @ 7:00 p.m.
9
10
WINTER RECESS
16
Presidents' Day
11
WINTER RECESS
17
Schools Closed
12
WINTER RECESS
18
13
WINTER RECESS
19
WINTER RECESS
20
SCHOOL RESUMES
BoE Mtg. @ New Lebanon School
@ 7:00 p.m.
23
24
Pattern II
8/14/14
25
26
27
Central Middle School
2014 - 2015 calendar
~ March 2015 ~
Monday
2
Pattern I
Tuesday
3
Wednesday
4
Thursday
5
Friday
6
Marking Period Mid-Point
BoE Mtg. @ Havemeyer @ 7:00 p.m.
9
Pattern II
10
11
12
13
18
19
20
25
26
PTA Executive Board Mtg. 12:00 p.m.
16
Pattern I
17
PTA Membership Mtg. @11:30 a.m.
23
Pattern II
24
27
Dress Rehearsal - 8th Grade Play
Incoming 6th Graders Visit
BoE Mtg. @ Julian Curtiss School
@ 7:00 p.m.
30
Pattern I
Notes:
31
Marking Period Ends
8th Grade Play
Central Middle School
2014 - 2015
~ April 2015 ~
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
1
Thursday
2
Friday
3
Good Friday
SCHOOLS CLOSED
6
Pattern II
7
8
9
10
PTA Executive Board Mtg. 12:00 p.m.
BoE Mtg. @ Havemeyer @ 7:00 p.m.
13
14
Spring Recess
20
Pattern I
15
Spring Recess
21
16
Spring Recess
22
17
Spring Recess
23
Spring Recess
24
8th Grade - Washington D.C. Trip
BoE Mtg. @ Riverside School
7:00 p.m.
27
Pattern II
28
29
30
Early Release - 12:35 p.m.
Teacher Meetings
Notes:
Central Middle School
2014 - 2015 Calendar
~ May 2015 ~
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
1
4
Pattern I
5
6
7
8
BoE Mtg. @ Havemeyer @ 7:00 p.m.
11
Pattern II
12
13
14
15
20
21
22
PTA Executive Board Mtg. 12:00 p.m.
18
Pattern I
19
PTA Membership Mtg. @11:30 a.m.
Early Release - 12:35 p.m.
Teacher Meetings
Spring Concert I - All Orchestra/
6th Grade Band
25
Memorial Day
Schools Closed
26
Marking Period Mid-Point
BoE Mtg. @ P'Way School @ 7:00 p.m.
27
28
INCOMING 6th GRADE VISIT 29
CentraL Middle School
2014 - 2015 Calendar
~ June 2015 ~
Monday
1
Pattern II
Tuesday
2
Wednesday
3
SPRING Concert II
Chorus 7/8 Grade
Thursday
4
Friday
5
BoE Mtg. @ Havemeyer @ 7:00 p.m.
Band + Jazz Ensemble
8
Pattern I
9
10
11
17
18
12
PTA Executive Board Mtg. 12:00 p.m.
15
Pattern II
16
19
Last Day for Grade 6**
MARKING PERIOD ENDS!
Last Day For Students**
CLASS DAY!!
BoE Mtg. @ Glenville School
7:00 p.m.
22
Pattern I
23
24
Last Day for Staff**
29
30
Notes:
** Includes 5 Snow Days
25
26
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