Attention all fall athletes and parents, Chipman will provide two opportunities over the summer for you to turn in your sports physical and pick up sport specific information for this coming fall sports season.
On Wednesday, August 17th or Thursday, August 18th, from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m., parents and athletes should report to the Chipman cafeteria to turn in their athletes completed sports physical. There will be tables set up in the cafeteria for each fall sport where you will sign up for your sport and pick up detailed information for this coming season. We will not be having sports sign-ups during the school day once the school year begins. The 17th or the 18th, is your opportunity to sign up for a fall sport.
You must have a completed sports physical on file with School Nurse Nikki Glanden (398-8197 ext. 219) in order to try out, practice, or participate during the upcoming fall sport season. Your sports physical must be dated on or after April 1, 2016, and must be completed on the DIAA Sports Physical Form. The mandatory DIAA Sports Physical Form can be found at the bottom left hand corner of www.chipmanmiddlesports.com.
WTC and LFHS are offering a Summer Reading Challenge to students who would like read this summer. Students will be rewarded for the number of books they read. The rewards are:
- Complete 5 or more books and you will attend a pizza party.
- Complete 6-9 books and attend the pizza party AND receive a book of your choice.
- Complete all 10 books and attend the pizza party, receive a book of your choice AND you will receive a $10.00 gift certificate to the Fall Book Fair (Only WTC students are eligible for the Book Fair gift certificate).
*ALL PARTICIPANTS WILL BE ENTERED IN A DRAWING TO WIN A KINDLE FIRE!!!
Click the link below for the full set of details and the book summary/review pages. See Ms. Adams for any questions.
2016 Summer Reading Challenge
If you have been logging onto Home Access Center on your computer, you may want to check out the app that is now available on your smartphone. The flyer below has all of the details and can answer some of your basic questions about the benefits of this app. Check it out!
By clicking on Home Access and putting in your username and password, you are able to see your student’s grades. The new Home Access site has raised some questions about how to see your student’s average for the class, not just the individual assignment scores. In order to see their average for a class, you must click on log in to Home Access first. When the schedule opens, click on Classes. You must then select Full View in order to see the average for the class, not just the individual assignments.