Family Time 10-18-21

Thank you for your support with the recent student challenges by TikTok and other social media. This, along with the diligence of staff, resulted in minimal damage to CVMS facilities. It is important to note that challenges from social media are continuing. These challenges include destruction of property and physical touch which all create disruptions to our learning environment. These will not be tolerated. Please partner with us in discussions with your student(s) regarding these behaviors and the consequences. We want to keep CVMS students and staff safe while ensuring that learning is our focus. 

The CVMS Book Fair ends tomorrow!!! The book fair is open for students every morning starting at 7:30 am.  Help CVMS reach their goal of $2,500 in sales. From books to pens to trinkets, the book fair has items you’ll want for gifts, writing, and reading! Questions? Contact Mrs. McKinley at

Did you hear? CVMS received recognition from the U.S. News & World Report! CVMS placed in the top 30% of middle schools in the state of Missouri. It is now identified as a U.S. News Best Middle School! Congratulations to all CVMS students and staff!!! We will celebrate with CVMS parents during Student-Led Conferences. Please join us for a cookie! Remember to tell your student and the teachers “Congratulations!”

Next week is Red Ribbon Week! Each day CVMS students can dress up to support this year’s theme of “Better Together-Drug and Bully Free”. Click here for the dress up daily themes. Students are encouraged to participate, but school dress code is expected.  Hats are permitted as long as they go with the daily theme.  Face paint and costumes are not permitted. Each CVMS student will receive a red bracelet on Monday.  Questions about Red Ribbon Week? Please contact Counselor Angela McDaniel at

Oct. 28: 

  • Student-led conferences from 1-8 pm-Information was sent home this week!! Please be looking for that. If you have questions, please contact your child’s first hour teacher. Please note that Covid precautions allow 1 adult per student for conferences, and CDC guidelines recommend masks for unvaccinated individuals. Thank you for your patience and understanding as we take steps to ensure the safety of all.

Oct. 29: NO SCHOOL Fall Break