Dear CMS families- a reminder that PCSD6 will be closed next week for our scheduled Spring Break vacation period. We hope you have a safe and enjoyable time away from school. See you all back on Monday, April 5th.
about 1 year ago, Kelly Merager - CMS Principal
Cody Middle School: Check out the Talent Show Video! Here is the link: https://vimeo.com/528408786/85d1665568
about 1 year ago, Gretl Class
Good Afternoon Park #6 Families! The district is experiencing a network issue with our internet. Due to this, our telephone systems are temporarily down. We are working on this issue.
about 1 year ago, Park County School District #6
CMS Basketball parents/guardians- Tonight's practice will be held for 7th and 8th grade but it is not required. If you feel that due to weather conditions, it is safer and easier for you to grab your student after school, please plan accordingly. Also, there will be no practice tomorrow (Friday) for the 7th & 8th grade teams.
over 1 year ago, Kelly Merager - CMS Principal
Wishing everyone a wonderful weekend! A reminder that there is No School on Monday, January 18th in order to observe MLK Day. Enjoy the long weekend!
over 1 year ago, Kelly Merager - CMS Principal
MLK Day
Dear Parents/Guardians - I want to share the most recent protocols for our winter sports seasons. Please be advised these could change as needed. CODY PUBLIC SCHOOLS WINTER SPORTS ENTRY PROTOCOLS NO GENERAL ADMISSION FOR WINTER SPORTS PLEASE DO NOT ENTER OUR FACILITY IF YOU HAVE ANY SIGNS OR SYMPTOMS OF COVID-19 PROTOCOLS: 1. Winter Sports: a. Spectators are required to wear masks at all times while in the building. b. No waivers or medical exemptions will be accepted. c. Spectators will not be allowed in team areas. d. No concessions will be available. e. No food or drink of any kind will be allowed in the gym. f. Spectators will leave venue immediately following contest. i. No congregating in building before, during, or after contest. FACILITY LIMITS: 1. Cody High School - Sweitzer Gymnasium a. Basketball i. Each home and away player will be allowed 4 spectators per game. b. Wrestling i. Each team will be allowed 50 spectators per match. 2. Cody Middle School Gymnasium: a. Basketball i. Each home and away player will be allowed 4 spectators per game. 3. Livingston Elementary School Gymnasium: a. Basketball i. Each home player will be allowed 4 spectators per game. ii. Each away player will be allowed 2 spectators per game. 4. Sunset Elementary School Gymnasium: a. Basketball i. Each home and away player will be allowed 2 spectators per game. 5. Cody Recreation Center a. Swimming i. Each home swimmer will be allowed 2 spectators per meet. ii. No away spectators will be allowed. When entering facility, spectators will gain access to the contest thru roster check-in. Please note spectator limits per athlete. You will be required to leave facility after each contest. All contests in Sweitzer gymnasium will be streamed at NO cost on the NFHS Network.
over 1 year ago, Kelly Merager - CMS Principal
We hope you’ve experienced a safe, blessed and wonderful break! See everyone on Monday, January 4th at 8:00 am!
over 1 year ago, Kelly Merager - CMS Principal
Dear CMS families-Wishing every one a safe, happy and wonderful Christmas/Winter break. We will see everyone on January 4th, 2021!
over 1 year ago, Kelly Merager - CMS Principal
Winter break
Dear CMS Staff, Students and Families, Next week CMS will be celebrating the holiday season with 12 Days of Christmas/Winter Cheer! Students and staff can participate in the following activities starting December 7th - 22nd. During the first week, CMS Student Council will be sponsoring two donation drives: The Holiday Helper Drive - Students can bring in the following new, unwrapped items that will be distributed to local families: chapstick, art pencils, art paints, pillows, Lego sets, gift cards, and wrapping paper/tape. The CMS Toy Drive - Students can bring in clean, gently used toys that will be distributed to a local charity. * Donations can be placed in the wrapped boxes located outside the Media Center. Guidelines for Dress-up days: CMS dress code enforced – no bare midriffs or “revealing” clothing, appropriate shoes must be worn, etc. You must be able to sit, walk, breathe, see and hear! (Only norml face masks; no masks that cover the entire face). Eye Masks that cover just the eyes will be allowed as long as they are no larger than what a pair of sunglasses would obscure. Costumes cannot promote use of drugs, alcohol or weapons of any kind! No face paint allowed. No real or pretend “prop” weapons such as water pistols, knives or swords! All school rules will be enforced (i.e., no bikes or skateboards, etc.) Costumes may not be offensive or inappropriate in any way, which will be determined by school administration. 12 Days of Christmas/Winter Cheer Activities Week 1 December 7 - 11 1. Wear Ugly Sweater and/or Face Mask Day / Holiday Helper Drive begins Monday, December 7th 2. Kind Note day to CMS staff Tuesday, December 8th. *Deliver to the Santa mailbox in front of the Media Center 3. Wear Red and Green today Wednesday, December 9th 4. Candy Canes to students in advisory from StuCo and NJHS Thursday, December 10 5. Santa Dress up Day Friday, December 11 *Holiday Helpers Drive ends Week 2 December 14 - 18 6. Holiday Thank you notes for emergency personnel Monday, December 14 *This will be done during Advisory. 7. Fun Hat / Sock Day Tuesday, December 15 8. Snowflakes with kind messages on Advisory Door Wednesday, Dec. 16. *This will be done during Advisory. 9.Dress as a holiday movie character Thursday, December 17 10. Sit with someone new at lunch and/or during Advisory Friday, December 18 Week 3 December 21 - 22 11.Holiday Movie Day in Advisory (Link will be provided for teachers) Monday, Dec. 21 12.Animal Shelter Fundraiser ($1 dogs/50 cents cats) Tuesday, Dec. 22 * The money boxes are located in the Media Center. Thanks for supporting CMS 12 Days of Christmas/Winter Cheer Activities, CMS Student Council
over 1 year ago, Kelly Merager - CMS Principal
12 Days
Learn to stake, free day!
over 1 year ago, Cody Middle School
Learn to Skate Free Day
Attention CMS School Community - With the recent installation of the Park County Mask Mandate, please be advised that students, parents/guardians, fans and community will need to have a mask on during all school functions, activities and sporting events. Please be prepared to abide by these rules for the safety and well being of our school community.
over 1 year ago, Kelly Merager - CMS Principal
It is Cody High School Bronc football championship game day-12:00 pm at Spine Vannoy Field! Bring your game day ticket, a mask, your blue and gold colors and a cheerful spirit. Good luck and Go Broncs!
over 1 year ago, Cody Middle School
CMS Kids First Parent Group is selling Domino’s Fundraising cards as a fundraiser for the group. Money raised will be used to support needed school materials to support teaching and learning. Please see the front office for a card.
over 1 year ago, Kelly Merager - CMS Principal
Dominos card
Happy Veterans Day! Cody Middle School is forever thankful to all of our Veterans!
over 1 year ago, Kelly Merager - CMS Principal
Veterans Day
Cody Middle School Broncs and Fillies invite you to follow us on Instagram. You can find us at: cody.middle.school Install the app to follow my photos and videos. https://www.instagram.com/invites/contact/?i=lv01gwmz6r89&utm_content=kf6k5pl
over 1 year ago, Kelly Merager - CMS Principal
A reminder that our students and staff are asked to dress in red, white and blue colors today if possible. We are shooting photos and video throughout the day that will be used to recognize our appreciation for the upcoming Veterans Day recognition. Thanks for your help and remember to vote if you can!
over 1 year ago, Kelly Merager - CMS Principal
A message to our Cody Middle School Families and staff from our Student Council Halloween is quickly approaching, and CMS Student Council wants to provide a safe way for students to still have fun on this Halloween Eve during school! Students may wear Halloween costumes to school on Friday, October 30, 2020. There will be a costume contest that students may participate in and a vote held during Advisory. Students interested in the contest should go to room 308 when they arrive at school, before 1st period, to have their picture taken. Individual and group costume pictures will be uploaded to a Google Form for voting purposes. Those participating will also go on the stage during their lunch period for their peers to clap and cheer. Winners from staff and each grade level will receive a prize, and the advisory classes with the winners will receive a trophy to keep until next year's contest! Have fun and be sure to see the Costume Guidelines below. All costumes must adhere to the following conditions: CMS dress code enforced – no bare midriffs or “revealing” clothing, appropriate shoes must be worn, etc. You must be able to sit, walk, breathe, see and hear! (no masks that cover the entire face). You may bring your mask for the picture if you are participating in the contest. Eye Masks that cover just the eyes will be allowed as long as they are no larger than what a pair of sunglasses would obscure. Face paint/Make-up is allowed as long as it conforms to the other costume guidelines. Costumes cannot promote use of drugs, alcohol or weapons of any kind! No real or pretend “prop” weapons such as water pistols, knives or swords! All school rules will be enforced (i.e., no bikes or skateboards, etc.) Costumes may not be offensive or inappropriate in any way, which will be determined by school administration. Sincerely, CMS Student Council Kassi, Dalton, Harper, Jake, Emilia, Reed, Emma, Zandy, Avery, Jillian, and Bea
over 1 year ago, Kelly Merager - CMS Principal
Costume
Student photo retake day will be October 22nd, in the morning from 8-9:30 am. This is for any student that was absent on our original photo day or for those students wanting retakes.
over 1 year ago, Laurie Harrison-Administrative Assistant
Student Photo Retakes
To our CMS families and staff --- PCSD#6 will still be honoring our Veterans this coming Veteran's Day. It will not be a large gathering, rather it will be virtual. For the rest of the month of October, the CMS Student Council will be doing a fundraiser called Quilts for Veterans to raise money for the Bighorn Basin Honor Quilts project. Please read more about this wonderful project on the email that was sent our earlier this morning ... The Student Council is asking that students "build a flag" in their advisory classes by purchasing a red, white, or blue heart for 50 cents each. This fundraiser will begin this Wednesday, 10/21, and the advisory class with the most money by Friday, 10/30 will be given a pizza party! If you know of a veteran who would benefit from the gift of an Honor Quilt, please contact Debbie Vold with Families on the Frontline at 272-4294. We appreciate all your help and support and look forward to this competitive fundraiser! CMS Stuco
over 1 year ago, Susie Umphlett
CMS Parents/Guardians-Please ensure that your child has a water bottle provided from home. We only have bottle fill stations operating at this time due to COVID-19 issues & we no longer have bottles or cups to provide to students. Your help and support would be most appreciated!
over 1 year ago, Kelly Merager - CMS Principal