Tuesday, April 3 – F DAY
Students should bring their fully charged laptops to homeBase on Weds and Friday this week.
Tennis will run on Monday and Thursday (not Wednesday) due to conflicts at the courts. For any questions about tennis please contact coach Brian Revell or Sarah Oelkers, AD.
Silent Auction to benefit endangered animals and local shelters: Look for the Animals and Planet Silent Auction table at the CMS Musical on April 6th and 7th. Bid to win a day as CMS VIP including a Rossini’s Gift Card 5 & 10 Gift certificates, Beede Center passes, Vanderhoof’s water bottle, Nesting gift basket and more. Your bids on items donated by local business and CMS community members will help the Medfield Animal Shelter, Panda Nation, Buddy Dog and Phinney’s Friends. Visit our website at animalsandplanet.weebly.com for a preview of some of the Silent Auction items you can bid on at the musical. Please be ready to bid high! and help support endangered animals and local shelters.
RISE will meet in mod 2 on Wednesday, April 4 from 2:30-4:30.
A Project 351 Clothing drive for for Cradles to Crayons has started! Please bring in new or lightly used clothes for kids, and new pajamas and socks to the collection bin in the Peabody or Sanborn lobbies by April 6th.
Please remember to check your email for an link about the Syria/Guatemala School Supply Drive going on at CMS until April Break. We will be collecting NEW school supplies to help kids in Syria and Guatemala who cannot otherwise afford these supplies. Boxes to place school supply donations can be found in your social studies classrooms. The links in the email will also provide other ways you and your parents can support the drive. Look for our PSAs on the monitors in the lobby.
The National Charity League (NCL) is running a Children’s “Chapter Book” Drive this month to benefit Cradles to Crayons. We are taking both new and gently used books. Your donations will go directly to area children in need. More than 305,000 Massachusetts children live in low-income or poverty-stricken households. In any given year, more than 100,000 of them will experience homelessness.