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9-25-23 CMS A team loses to Gilmer 20-25 and 25-27. Kendall Snodgress 15 points (4 aces), 2 kills, 1 dig; Kylie Caudill 11 points, 3 kills, 1 dig; Remedy Riddel 10 points (3 aces), 3 kills; Josie Richards 4 points, 3 kills, 1 dig; Whitney Rogers 2 points, 5 kills, 1 dig; Paislee Perkins 2 points, 1 kill, 1 dig; Addie Collins 1 point, 1 kill, 2 digs CMS B team defeats Gilmer 25-19 and 26-24. Iyree Reynolds’s 12 points (4 aces); Katelynn Carder 11 points (3 aces); Bristol Hoskins 9 points (4 aces); Aubrey Laughlin 8 points (2 aces); Allison Harris 6 points (2 aces), 1 dig; Clara Barnhart 4 points (1 ace); Emma Frail 1 point
Donations needed! With homecoming and other formal events coming up, Student Services is looking for donations of formal attire and accessories for the school store. We can use things like: ties, suits and dress shirts, dress socks and shoes for both young men and young ladies, hosiery, jewelry, etc. We do not charge students for things in the store, items are all free as needed. If your student is in need or you know a student in need, please contact Student Services and we can help! 304-354-6148 ext 218 or 216
9-21-23 CMS A team defeats Geary 25-15 and 25-22. Remedy Riddel 13 points (2 aces), 1 kill, 1 dig; Kylie Caudill 10 points (5 aces), 4 kills, 1 dig; Josie Richards 10 points (1 ace), 5 kills; Kendall Snodgress 5 points, 3 kills, 2 digs; Whitney Rogers 4 points, 8 kills; Addie Collins 4 points (1 ace); Clara Barnhart 3 points; Paislee Perkins 1 point, 5 kills.
9-19-23 CMS A team defeats Walton 25-11 and 25-7. Kendall Snodgress 11 points (2 aces), 2 kills; Addie Collins 10 points (5 aces); Remedy Riddel 7 points (4 aces), 5 kills; Kylie Caudill 6 points (3 aces), 2 kills, 1 dig; Josie Richards 6 points (3 aces), 1 kill, 1 dig; Bristol Hoskins 6 points (3 aces); Whitney Rogers 2 points, 1 kill; Paislee Perkins 2 points, 1 kill. CMS B team defeats Walton 25-6 and 25-8. Bristol Hoskins 26 points (15 aces); Iyree Richards 7 points (3 aces), Clara Barnhart 6 points; Allison Harris 6 points, 1 kill; Camry Parsons 2 points (1 ace); Kaleigha Morris 1 point; Katelynn Carder 1 point, 1 kill; Gwen Sampson 1 point.
9/18/23 CMS A team loses to Wirt 16-25 and 10-25. Whitney Rogers 6 points (2 aces), 3 kills; Kendall Snodgress 5 points (1 ace), 1 dig; Kylie Caudill 5 points (2 aces), 2 kills, 1 dig; Remedy Riddel 3 points; Bristol Hoskins 3 points (1 ace); Josie Richards 2 points, 2 digs; Paislee Perkins 1 point, 4 kills; Addie Collins 1 point, 1 dig. CMS B team loses to Wirt 21-25 and 18-25. Clara Barnhart 12 points (5 aces); Allison Harris 8 points (3 aces); Iyree Reynolds 6 points (1 ace), 1 kill; Katelynn Carder 4 points (1 ace); Camry Parsons 3 points; Bristol Hoskins 2 points (1 ace); Gwen Sampson 1 point; Emma Frail 1 point.
In partnership with the Northern WV Rural Health Education Center we will be offering an unique opportunity to students in 11th and 12th grade to participate in the Moving Upward and Onward Preparedness Workshop! In its 13th year, the MOU program is a great opportunity for juniors and seniors from Calhoun County Middle/High School to explore health careers through a unique partnership with Minnie Hamilton Health Systems (MHHS). MOU is designed to provide meaningful opportunities to explore your interests in health careers through clinical shadowing at MHHS, regular meetings, virtual job shadow exploration, independent projects, group discussions, a field trip to West Virginia University, and more. You will experience a variety of job skills through hands-on learning and explore the educational and training requirements to work in your chosen field. To better prepare you for this opportunity CMHS Student Services will be providing 6 workshop classes during AA time. During the workshop you will learn public speaking skills, written communication skills, job interview skills, and other professional soft skills. To sign up for the classes, please see Ms. Sampson. We will begin Wednesday, September 27th at 12:06pm.
9-13-23 CMS A team loses to South Harrison 26-24, 23-25, and 23-25. Kendall Snodgress 18 points (6 aces), 1 kill, 4 digs; Kylie Caudill 16 points (4 aces), 3 kills, 1 dig, 1 block; Whitney Rogers 14 points (1 ace), 6 kills, 2 digs; Remedy Riddel 11 points (2 aces), 5 kills; Josie Richards 6 points (2 aces), 2 kills, 3 digs, 1 block; Bristol Hoskins 4 points, 1 dig; Paislee Perkins 3 points (1 ace), 3 kills. CMS B team loses to South Harrison 19-25, 25-13, and 19-25. Clara Barnhart 28 points (8 aces), 1 kill, 2 digs; Iyree Reynolds 10 points (1 ace), 3 kills; Allison Harris 6 points, 3 kills; Kaleigha Morris 5 points (2 aces), 1 kill; Camry Parsons 4 points, 1 kill; Emma Frail 4 points (1 ace); Katelynn Carder 3 points, 1 dig; Bristol Hoskins 2 points (1 ace).
9/12/23 CMS A team defeats Clay 25-13 and 25-18. Whitney Rogers 16 points (4 aces), 5 kills; Remedy Riddel 9 points (1 ace), 3 kills, 1 dig; Kendall Snodgress 8 points (3 aces), 4 kills, 1 dig; Josie Richards 6 points (2 aces), 3 kills, 1 dig; Kylie Caudill 6 points (1 ace), 5 kills; Paislee Perkins 4 points , 4 kills; Bristol Hoskins 1 point, 2 digs. CMS B team loses to Clay 27-29, 25-17, and 23-25. Iyree Reynolds 23 points (7 aces), 3 kills; Clara Barnhart 18 points (5 aces), 1 kill; Camry Parsons 10 points (1 ace); Katelynn Carder 9 points (1 ace), 2 kills; Kaleigha Morris 5 points, 3 kills; Gwen Sampson 5 points (1 ace), 2 digs; Bristol Hoskins 5 points (1 ace), 1 kill, 1 dig.
Good News! We still have some spots left for the Puerto Rico Trip with EF Tours in April of 2024. If you missed the deadline to sign up, you still have time! Just click on the following link and it will take you to the enrollment page. The trip is open to high school students and their parents of Calhoun County High School. https://enroll.efexploreamerica.com/2667600AF?_gl=1*1slmiem*_ga*ODcxNjQ0MjMuMTY3ODM3MDc1NQ..*_ga_9JLH500JCE*MTY5NDUyNTA1Ni4xMzcuMS4xNjk0NTI1MDY4LjQ4LjAuMA
Please join us for CMHS PTO meeting Tuesday, 9/12/23 @ 5:00 pm in Commons Area. All are welcome!
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9/7/23 CMS A team beats Webster 25-7 and 25-22. Kendall Snodgress 14 points (5 aces), 3 kills, 1 dig; Remedy Riddel 11 points (1 ace), 2 kills; Paislee Perkins 9 points , 4 kills, 1 dig; Kylie Caudill 6 points (3 aces), 2 kills; Josie Richards 4 points, 2 kills; Addie Collins 4 points (1 ace), 3 kills; Allison Harris 2 kills CMS B team beats Webster 25-10 and 25-15. Bristol Hoskins 17 points (9 aces); Allison Harris 9 points (1 ace), 2 kills; Iyree Reynolds 8 points (2 aces), 1 kill, 1 dig; Katelynn Carder 6 points (1 ace), 2 kills; Clara Barnhart 4 points; Emma Frail 2 points; Camry Parsons 2 points; Kaleigha Morris 2 points (1 ace), 1 kill.
9/8/23 CMS A team beats Geary 25-22, 23-25, and 25-22. Remedy Riddel 17 points (5 aces), 4 kills; Kendall Snodgress 16 points (2 aces), 5 kills, 5 digs; Kylie Caudill 16 points (6 aces), 9 kills, 2 digs; Addie Collins 7 points, 3 digs; Josie Richards 5 points, 4 kills, 2 digs; Paislee Perkins 5 points, 8 kills; Bristol Hoskins 4 points; Whitney Rogers 3 points, 8 kills.
CMHS HOMECOMING ANNOUNCEMENT!
Fairmont State will be sponsoring a trip for our Juniors and Seniors to visit their campus on October 3rd. This will include a tour of the Fairmont State University campus, an Admissions Presentation, College Breakout Session presented by one of their 5 academic colleges plus an opportunity for the seniors to complete an application and be entered into a prize drawing. Lunch will also be provided by Fairmont State. This will be an all-day trip but within the school day hours. We will leave CMHS as soon as possible after students arrive and return just before the dismissal bell. This is another wonderful opportunity provided by CMHS and all juniors and seniors are encouraged to participate! Interested students must sign up with Mrs. Winkler and have a signed parent/guardian permission slip. email@example.com 304-354-6148 ext 216
9-6-23 CMS A team loses to Summersville 22-25, 25-21, and 15-25. Remedy Riddel 15 points (2 aces), 7 kills; Josie Richards 10 points (3 aces), 4 kills; Kylie Caudill 9 points (2 aces), 9 kills, 1 dig; Kendall Snodgress 9 points, 5 kills, 4 digs; Whitney Rogers 7 points (1 ace), 11 kills, 1 block; Paislee Perkins 7 points (1 ace), 6 kills, 1 dig; Addie Collins 5 points (2 aces) CMS B team defeats Summersville 17-25, 25-7, and 25-23. Iyree Richards 15 points (1 ace), 1 kill; Clara Barnhart 15 points (6 aces); Bristol Hoskins 13 points (1 ace); Allison Harris 10 points (2 aces), 3 kills; Kaleigha Morris 8 points (3 aces), 2 kills; Katelyn Carder 4 points (1 ace); Gwen Sampson 2 points (1 ace)
Glenville State University will be hosting their annual college fair on September 13th. Calhoun juniors and seniors are invited to attend. There will be recruiters from various colleges and universities around West Virginia, as well as military recruiters. Interested students must sign up and have a signed parent permission form by the end of the day on the 12th. The sign up sheet and permission form can be found in Mrs. Winkler's room. We will depart CMHS @8:15 and return in the afternoon before the dismissal bell. Lunch will be provided by GSU. For more information or questions, please call or email Megan Winkler at 304-354-6148 ext 216, firstname.lastname@example.org
Greetings from Senator Capito’s office! Last year, approx. 19 students attending or who have attended schools in Berkeley, Brooke, Cabell, Hardy, Harrison, Jefferson, Kanawha, Lincoln, Marion, Mercer, Monongalia, Monroe, Ohio, and Putnam county received appointments to United States Service Academies and Preparatory Schools and began their journeys this summer. WV students graduated from U.S. Service Academies in 2023 and are moving forward to wonderful careers in various fields. Our WV students are more than capable of meeting the challenge of completing these prestigious institutions, but they must be aware of these opportunities in order to take advantage of them. The key to a student’s success (besides academic, physical, and extracurricular achievements) is being informed about potential opportunities at these educational institutions and starting the information gathering process as early as possible. An appointment to a U.S. Service Academy is a fully funded education opportunity valued from $240,000 to more than $400,000. We are writing to request that you spread the word to your students that Academy Day 2023 will be held for any and all students, parents and school officials interested in learning more about U.S. service academies (Air Force, Coast Guard, Merchant Marines, Military/West Point, Naval). We will also have representatives from local ROTC programs on hand to discuss ROTC scholarship opportunities. Mock interviews will be offered and a representative from the Dept. of Defense’s Medical Examination Review Board will join us on Saturday, September 23, 2023 and Sunday, September 24, 2023. Academy Day is an opportunity for students, parents, and school officials to ask questions and obtain information regarding the U.S. Air Force Academy, U.S. Coast Guard Academy, U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, U.S. Military Academy and the U.S. Naval Academy as well as the ROTC scholarship process. No Registration Required. Students who want to attend a prestigious U.S. Service Academy or ROTC program are generally more successful when they begin planning courses and extracurricular activities early in their academic career. Please attend and encourage middle and high school aged students and parents to attend. Charleston Area Southern WV Eastern Panhandle Northern WV Saturday, September 16, 2023 Sunday, September 17, 2023 Saturday, September 23, 2023 Sunday, September 24, 2023 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM South Charleston HS 1 Eagle Way S. Charleston, WV 25309 Woodrow Wilson HS 400 Stanaford Rd Beckley, WV 25801 Spring Mills HS 499 Campus Drive Martinsburg, WV 25404 Bridgeport HS 515 Johnson Avenue Bridgeport, WV 26330 Representatives will be ready to answer questions regarding the educational, physical and recreational requirements to attend these prestigious institutions or obtain an ROTC scholarship. My office will also address the nomination process. I have attached a flyer regarding Academy Day 2023 that you are welcome to forward, print, post (Facebook, Schoology, etc), and/or distribute. Additionally, a packet was mailed or dropped off to school principals and counselors in mid-August 2023 containing flyers to post and distribute. Feel free to contact me with any questions. Thank you for your time and assistance! Sincerely, Kali Vernon Office of Senator Shelley Moore Capito United Center 500 Virginia Street East Suite 950 Charleston, WV 25301 304.347.5372 Phone 304.347.5371 Fax
US Senator Shelly Moore Capito Invites you to Academy Days 2023 All WV students, parents, and teachers are invited to meet with admissions represetatives from US Service Academies, ROTC Scholarship programs, and the Dept. of Defense Medical Examination Review Board. Saturday, September 16 @ 2:00 South Charleston High School Sunday, September 17 @ 2:00 Woodrow Wilson High School Saturday, September 23 @ 2:00 Spring Mills High School Sunday, September 24 @ 2:00 Bridgeport High School See Ms. Sampson for more details.