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Summer School 2020
Listed below are the informational flyers for Credit Recovery Summer School and Drivers Education Summer School. All forms are due by Wednesday, June 3, 2020. ***Please note that you may want to submit your form earlier to guarantee your spot.*** Out of district students will not be accepted due to class numbers.
Credit Recovery Summer School Informational Flyer
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Illinois State Scholars Named
Civic Memorial High School Principal Mr. Justin Newell is pleased to announce that 13 students from the Civic Memorial graduating class of 2020 have been recognized as Illinois State Scholars.
Illinois State Scholars represent approximately the top ten percent of high school seniors from 757 high schools across the state. Illinois State Scholars are chosen based on a combination of exemplary ACT or SAT test scores and sixth semester class rank. Read Full Article
Illinois 5Essentials Parent Survey
Parents, students, and teachers across Illinois have an opportunity to participate in the annual statewide Illinois 5Essentials Survey. This survey is designed to generate a detailed picture of the inner workings of your child’s school. As a parent, this opportunity will allow you to share your thoughts on the important elements of school effectiveness in a survey about your child’s school. The survey closes on February 14, 2020.
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Illinois Youth Survey
We had a successful 2019 Career Fair! As they say, it takes a village to raise a child, and today is an example of so many wonderful people giving back to support our students. We appreciate everyone giving up their morning to make this day possible. #GoEagles For additional career search information, visit the School Counseling Department's webpage http://cmhs-guidance.weebly.com/career-exploration.html
Advantage News - Riverbend Girls Tennis Players of the Year
The Civic Memorial Eagles are involved in a boon in girls tennis at the moment. Juniors Hannah Butkovich and Kennedy Loewen are a big part of that resurgence. After a 2018 campaign where the Eagles were 9-7 and enjoyed their first winning season since 1998, they quenched another long drought when Butkovich and Loewen qualified for state. The doubles duo became the first to achieve a state berth since Val McCoy did it in singles in 1997. Full Article
Advantage News - Riverbend Football Players of the Year
Noah Turbyfill of Civic Memorial and David Pluester of Roxana enjoyed excellent seasons on the gridiron in 2019. Both seniors led their teams to postseason appearances, provided leadership for their programs and stuffed the statbooks. The roads to the playoffs were different, as CM started 4-1, in charge of its destiny. The Shells were 1-4 and had to scrape and claw for a first postseason appearance since 2015. “Starting 1-4 wasn’t what we planned on obviously, but we battled in those games with teams like Vandalia. They were all close,” Pluester said. “After that start, I told the guys, we’re winning out. It’s happening.” Full Article
CM wins thriller at Triad for share of MVC crown
TROY- If anyone on the Civic Memorial sideline didn’t watch Triad’s attempt at a go-ahead field goal late in the fourth quarter Friday night, they certainly didn’t show it.
And when Travis Speer’s kick sailed wide left, it set off an Eagles celebration not seen since 2010. Full Article
CROSS COUNTRY ROUNDUP: CM boys, girls advance in 2A
The Civic Memorial boys got a medal run from Mark Eldridge and the Eagles girls packed together to advance both Eagles teams out of the Jacksonville Class 2A Regional.
CM’s boys claimed the final team slot at the Decatur MacArthur Sectional at Hickory Point Course, while the girls used four finishers between 10th and 16th to take third. Full Article