Friday Homework Help is today from 1:15pm-3pm at the CCMS Library. Please attend if you have missing work or need some extra help from a teacher.
All schools in JCSD#1 will have a two hour late start tomorrow (Tuesday, February 22, 2022) because of the projected winter conditions (wind chill temps) in the early morning. JCSD#1 will continue to monitor winter conditions and keep you updated.
All Buffalo Schools will have a 2 hour delayed start today due to current winter road conditions (strong winds, snow, and visibility). Kaycee is on schedule for a normal start.
Dodgeball Tournament: Fundraiser for Family Crisis Center
When: Friday, Feb 18, 2022
Time: 1:30 -3:00pm
Teams: Mixed Gender; must have 2 females
Teams can be mixed grade level
6 members per team
Sign up your team @ CCMS library
Deadline for sign-ups, Tuesday, Feb 15th.
CCMS Swimming & Diving parent meeting will be Monday, Feb. 14th at 6pm in the CCMS Commons. Swimming & Diving is open to all 6th-8th graders.
CCMS Track & Field parent meeting will be Tuesday, March 1st at 6pm in the CCMS Commons. Track & Field is open to all 6th-8th graders.
CCMS Boys and Girls Soccer parent meeting will be Tuesday, March 1st at 6pm in CCMS Commons. Soccer is open to all 7th & 8th graders.
NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS! Johnson County School District #1, is now accepting applications for Substitute Food Service Workers. For application materials, please visit www.jcsd1.us
/ Current Job Openings, or call Ricci Sanders, Nutrition Services Director 307-620-9206.
Reminder: Snow make-up days are Monday, Jan. 17th and Monday, Feb. 21st so students will have class.
MENU CHANGE FOR BUFFALO SCHOOLS:
Thursday, January 20th will be Cheese Quesadilla, Chicken Fiesta Soup, Vegetable of the Day, Fruit of the Day & Milk
Thursday, January 27th will be Stromboli w/ Marinara, Cottage Cheese, Vegetable of the Day, Fruit of the Day & Milk
Parent/Athlete pre-season meeting for Boys Basketball will be Monday, December 13th at 5:30pm at CCMS Commons. Athletes must have a current physical prior to the 1st day of practice.
Reminder: Picture Retakes are December 9th at 10am.
Reminder: There will be no school for staff or students on Friday, November 12th.
CCMS Dance sponsored by CCMS Student Council
Thursday, November 11th 7:30pm-9:30pm
$3.00 entry fee
Theme: Glow in the Dark
CCMS will be offering homework help for anyone missing work or needing help from a teacher on the following Q2 Fridays: Nov 5th & 19th; Dec 3rd & 10th from 1:10pm-3pm in the CCMS Library.
CCMS Winter Sports are almost here! Parent/Athlete meeting for Wrestling (open to 6th-8th grade) and Girls Basketball (7th and 8th grade only) will be Monday, October 11th at 6pm at CCMS Commons.
CCMS School Photos will be October 13th!
School Meals are FREE this school year! However, a "second" lunch will be charged $1.50 at all schools, beginning Monday, September 13th, due to the change in federal reimbursement for meals.
A La Carte items are sold to students grades 6-12. Students MUST have enough money in their meal account to purchase a la carte items AND second lunches. If you have any questions, please contact Ricci Sanders at firstname.lastname@example.org
CCMS Back to School Preview Day is Tuesday, August 24th from 12pm-2pm. Come set up your locker, meet your teachers and walk through your schedule. We cannot wait to see you!
Please stop by the front office to see Mrs. Skaggs or Mrs. Iverson if you need to make a schedule change.
CCMS Fall Sports Meetings for parents/players @ CCMS Commons
Thursday, August 12th
6pm - Cross Country
6:30pm - Volleyball
7pm - Football
Please remember to have your child's physical complete prior to their first practice.
Summer Meals in June 2021
The Johnson County school board voted Thursday night to approve and implement the revised Smart Start Plan for the school. The major change is the wording of masks are recommended and not required. All other aspects of the plan are the same. For instance, if your child is sick or showing any signs of being sick, keep them home. The district will still be requiring extra sanitation by students and staff when entering and leaving a classrooms. We are hopeful that the county will not see an increase in COVID cases.. If we do, the district may be forced or mandated to go back to requiring masks. Please do your part in staying clean and safe as we finish up the school year. It is expected by everyone to respect those who choose to continue wearing masks and those who choose not to wear masks.