Lyndsay Corrigan, 6th grade, was recently named the winner of The
American Legion Essay Contest. This program is vital part of The
American Legion's Americanism program. The topic of Lyndsay's essay was
"why I Enjoy Living in America." Richard C. Oertel and John Ronkartz,
from American Legion Post 284, recently came to Emily Chiodo's English
class to celebrate Lyndsay's success by presenting her with a
certificate and gift card! Keep up the fantastic writing, Lyndsay!
Spring Craft Show & Yard Sale
Excellence in Math and Science Teaching
Congratulations to Mrs. Allison Whitley, who was recently honored at the Virginia Council of Teachers of Mathematics conference as one of four state level finalists for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching. We appreciate her dedication to the students at Colonial Heights Middle School and her passion for teaching mathematics.
I'm Determined Youth Summit June 18-20, 2014
This event provides an opportunity for youth with disabilities across
the Commonwealth to meet and discuss issues of importance to youth and
youngadults with disabilities. They will work in teams to
develop action plans that will help them lead more self determined
lives. For more information, please go to www.imdetermined.org.
Scholarships ARE available! The deadline to apply is March 21, 2014. Go to this link to apply:
The James River Association selected Colonial Heights Middle School for a Grant from the U.S Fish and Wildlife Service to develop a Wildlife Habitat outside Colonial Heights Middle School. The project was featured in the Sunday November 3, 2013 edition of the Progress-Index.(see the E-Edition)
Hall of fame Class of 2013
The Virginia State University Athletic Hall of Fame recently inducted nine Legends of Troy in its 2013 class.
Colonial Heights Middle School
Head Football Coach,
Physical Education Teacher
Colonial Heights Middle School
Assistant Football Coach,
We would like to introduce you to a new system our school has acquired to help protect your children, called V-soft. V-soft helps track visitors, students, faculty, contractors and volunteers at our school, thus providing a safer more monitored environment for the students.
When visitors, volunteers or contractors check-in, or parents come to pick up students, they will be asked to present a valid state issued ID for entering into the system. The system has the ability to provide alerts on people who may jeopardize the safety of the campus.
We feel certain this will help us keep our campus a little safer, and ask for your cooperation in presenting your valid state issued ID when checking in at the school. Thank you in advance for your help in this matter.
William V. Hortz
Colonial Heights Middle School is the middle school serving the City of Colonial Heights, a community of approximately 17,400 citizens, located twenty miles south of the state capital, Richmond, Virginia. The building serves a sixth, seventh, and eighth grade population of just over 700 students.
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The School Supplies List for all middle school grades has been posted on the website under the Parents & Students menu.
PARENTS & STUDENTS
Due to block scheduling, the Honor Roll will only be distributed at the end of the school year.
How to Order a School Yearbook
Parents can order a Colonial Heights Middle School yearbook online or over the phone through the yearbook company, Jostens.