CMEA Treble Choir rehearsals during Flex (11:37- 11:57).
Choral Borough slips need to be in today.
Alternates will be chosen starting Wednesday, February 22.
The boys basketball team lost to West Side yesterday 32-47. The boys played a tough game, down only 1 point at halftime, before West Side stretched out the lead in the third quarter. Jay Barth led the way in scoring with 10 points, and Evan Petelle and Robert Sanders finished with 5 points each. Inovic Lenge played a great game, playing tough defense and grabbing several rebounds. In the extra period, Juliquis Minnifield led the way in scoring, and Gustice Fisher had a key bucket near the end of the period. The boys play their final regular season game at home against North End on Wednesday, so please come out and show your support for the final home game of the season!
Attention 8th grade students: Counselors from Naugatuck High School will be here next week visiting social studies classes to give a presentation on high school course registration. Every student will hear the presentation and fill out a course registration sheet- even if you are planning on attending another school. Please take some time this week to look over the courses that are offered in the NHS Program of Studies. A link to the program of studies can be found on the CHMS website under "latest news". If you have any questions, please contact your school counselor in the guidance office.
Naugatuck Youth Services is excited to bring the Police & Youth Partners program to Naugatuck for the first time! The program will be held at City Hill Middle School after school on Tuesdays! Students involved will take part in teambuilding and leadership activities involving Naugatuck Police Officers and Naugatuck High School Peer Leaders.
Stop by the Guidance Office for an application for this program. Space is limited so get your form now!
On Thursday, February 23rd, City Hill will be hosting the second annual Wingman Basketball Game! Students, please wear your Wingman Shirts and stay after school to support our Unified Basketball Team as they play Oxford! Let's fill the bleachers with our gray and purple shirts! Go Cyclones!
Any 7th grader interested in helping out the Wingman Program, please see Mrs. Banti in Room B-7.
The Writing Center in A-28 is now fully operational and ready to assist with all your writing needs from DBQ’s to poetry, from science labs to prose. This week we aim to double our opening weekend attendance. If we get 20 students to walk through our doors, then Mr. Trotta will wear the frog costume! So if you want to hear Mr. Trotta ribbit, then hop on down to the Writing Center!!
Atention All 7th Graders!
The writing center is having a monthly contest. This month's contest is free write. This means you can write any genres, songs, and poems. How you can sign up for the writing center contest is you can go to any of your teachers and get a rubric. Once you complete your piece, please hand in your writing to Mrs. Banti in B-7. The final day to hand it in is February 28.
Quote for the day:
“Knowledge will give you power, but character respect.” -- Bruce Lee