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Colonial Heights Middle School
Friday June 2nd in the CHMS Auditorium
Show starts at 6:30 PM
This 90 minute show is fun for all ages.
$3- for students of all ages
$5- for adults
Concessions available before and during intermission
Need an idea for a summer program for your child to participate in….. well think about RMEP.
Richmond Minorities in Engineering Partnership.
Three week program for students interested in engineering.
We are an organization in which minority middle and high school students are encouraged to consider a Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math (STEM) profession, thereby assisting in the national effort to alleviate under representation of minorities in all engineering professions.
Check out our website- RvaMEP.org for more information, the application, and testimonials from former participants.
If you have any specific questions, feel free to contact us at RvaMEP@gmail.com
Our participants are advised on the merits of taking as many math and science courses in middle and high school as possible. Our Summer Engineering Institute classes are taught by engaged and enthusiastic teachers, who use hands-on and minds-on activities, making science and math fun and interesting. This not only helps students to learn, but also plants the “seed of interest” that could grow into an exciting and rewarding STEM career.
Richmond Minorities in Engineering Partnership
P.O. Box 26248
Richmond, VA 23060
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
Happy 2017 CHMS Family!
We are ready to take on 2017, finish our first semester strong, and have a productive and successful second semester!
There are lots of events and opportunities to shine here at the middle school.
We are working hard to prepare for 8th grade SOL tests in Science and Civics. Afterschool remediation begins in February to help students sharpen their math and language skills. We have upcoming events in Drama, Band, SCA, FCA, FCCLA, and the other teams and clubs.
Parents, continue to stay involved in your student’s education. Check their grades on PowerSchool, look in their binder, check their agenda, review their homework, check the website and read the Newsletter. Your involvement really makes the difference in your child’s success!
William V. Hortz