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Week of February 22, 2021
Illinois 5Essentials Survey
Beginning February 3, students and teachers across Illinois will have an opportunity to participate in the ninth 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. Full Article
CMHS Registration Resources
It has been an exciting couple of days preparing our students for registration for the next academic year. Additionally, we met with seniors to ensure that they are working through their next steps. Please know that if you have any questions, you can reach out to your student’s counselor. Full Registration Letter and Resources
February Academic Calendar
2nd Semester Return to Learn Plan
AN UPDATE REGARDING students in grades 6th-12th. After discussion at the Board of Education meeting Thursday evening it was determined that our students in grades 6th-12th remain hybrid through the end of the 3rd quarter, March 12. The staff and students in their grades are working hard to adjust to our hybrid model 2.0 that includes synchronous learning and we appreciate their efforts. We will be reevaluating as that date approaches to determine if we can bring back our 6th-12th grade students on an Every Student, Every Day model for the fourth quarter. We have many concerns at this level about the safety of both our students and staff. We have heard positive feedback at this level from many parents since the change was made to a more synchronous model following a specific schedule whether in person or remote. It seems to provide for more consistency for our students with regards to their daily schedule and new content is introduced daily. Please know we continue to evaluate and discuss this weekly as we navigate these uncertain times and if your child is struggling, we encourage you to reach out to the building administration so we can work as a team on behalf of your child.
Bus Route Information
Click the link for the most current bus information. Bus riders should be at the bus stop 15 minutes prior to the arrival of the bus. Any questions or concerns, please reach out to the bus garage at (618) 259-2549. Click Here for Bus Routes
Google Classroom Information
Google Code Information: Google code information and Google Classroom instructions are listed below.
Semester 2 - Google Classroom - Code Information
Google Classroom Directions
Important Study Hall Information
Study hall is available daily for students from 12:10 PM until 12:55 PM. Students may attend tutoring in-person. However, students working remotely from home will need to access their teacher's Google link. This time is also available to make up missing assignments, projects, and assessments.
Beginning January 25th, all students with a D or F in one or more classes will be required to stay for tutoring until 12:55 PM. Students should make arrangements as they will be required to remain at school.
Remote Learning Days Instead of Snow Days
We want to inform our families that this year we will use Remote Learning Days if we call off school due to a snow day or a cold-weather day. This means that students will continue to engage in learning on these days. This allows us to not use our emergency days at the end of the school calendar while continuing instruction smoothly during the school year. We will still officially call school off so our students know that they don't need to report to school, but please know they will still be engaged in remote learning. You can expect more information from your teachers and/or building administrators.Families who need school meals on these days will be asked to contact our Central Office to request meals and we will have food available there for families.
Daily Check-In Procedures for Full Remote Learning
Student Self Screener
Civic Daily Announcements
School Lunch Information
Fabulous Four Daily Announcements
Credit union honors Civic Memorial’s Eagles of the Month for January
Midwest Members Credit Union sponsors the Eagles of the Month program at Civic Memorial High School. Senior students are selected each month by members of the Civic Memorial faculty to represent each department. Full Article
Civic Memorial High School - Quarter 2 Honor Roll Students
BETHALTO - This is the Civic Memorial High School high and honor roll list students. Full Article
Multi-Sport Freshman D.J. Dutton Is Tom Lane State Farm Male Athlete Of Month For Civic Memorial High School
BETHALTO - David "D.J." Dutton enjoyed a successful freshman season for the boys cross country team at Civic Memorial High School, helping the Eagles enjoy success in qualifying as a team for the IHSA Class 2A sectionals as they placed fifth in the Jacksonville regional, with Dutton having a time of 17:15.10 in the regional, then running a 17:40.25 time in the Olney Richland County sectional. Full Article
Junior Cross County Runner Katie Hallstead Is Tom Lane State Farm Female Athlete of Month At Civic Memorial High School
BETHALTO - Junior cross country runner Katie Hallstead ran on the girls' team at Civic Memorial High School for the first time in the 2020 season, and had a most successful year, placing 15th in the Madison County meet, and climaxing the year by being one of four Eagle runners who qualified for the IHSA Class 2A sectional meet, coming through with a time of 20:50.05 in the Jacksonville regional to advance, then running a 22:04.10 in the Olney Richland County Sectional Meet. Full Article
Freshman Cross County Runner Justice Eldridge Is Tom Lane State Farm Male Athlete Of The Month At Civic Memorial High School
BETHALTO - Freshman Justice Eldridge enjoyed a very good rookie season running for the boys cross country team at Civic Memorial High School. He climaxed it with a 19th-place finish at the IHSA Class 2A regional meet in Jacksonville, coming in with a time of 16:23.56 in helping the Eagles team advance, then followed up at the Olney Richland County sectional with a time of 17:57.77. Full Article
PREP FOOTBALL: Players selected for 2021 Shrine Game
BLOOMINGTON — Four Telegraph-area players were among those selected to compete in the 2021 Illinois Shrine Football Game, set for 11 a.m. June 19 at Illinois Wesleyan University’s Tucci Stadium. This season, 115 schools will be represented at the 46th annual Illinois Shrine Game after 161 coaches took time to make nominations. The game will pit evenly divided Red and Blue teams featuring players from all eight IHSA classes, from Class 1A through Class 8A. Full Article