Veterans Day Breakfast!
FREE BREAKFAST FOR VETERANS AND SPOUSE OR A GUEST AT CHIEF MANUELITO MIDDLE SCHOOL CAFETERIA ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2016
7:00 AM TO 10:00 AM. ANYONE ELSE WHO WOULD LIKE TO HAVE BREAKFAST CAN GET IN FOR A SIMPLE $3 DONATION TO THE GALLUP COMMUNITY PANTRY. SPONSORED BY CMMS STUDENTS, STAFF, AND PARENTS
Brave and Princess Pageant
November 9th CMMS will host its 7th annual Brave and Princess pageant beginning at 6 pm in the CMMS cafeteria. Come visit us as we celebrate our youth as they demonstrate Navajo culture an d tradition. For more information on our Brave and Princess pageant, please contact us at CMMS at 721-5600.
When students are in school they perform better and have better long term success! Chief Manueltio's goal for the 2016-17 school year is to have student attendance rate over 95%. Students that have perfect attendance for a two week period will be eligible for incentive prizes and students that have perfect attendance for an entire grading period will be eligible for "BIG" incentive awards. Let's get our kids to school and get them moving forward for their future!
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Chief Manuelito Middle School offers two tutoring programs to help your child succeed! We offer Title I tutoring in core subjects on Monday-Thursdays from 4 pm until 5:30 pm as well as more intensive Instructional Support Tutoring (IST) from 4-5 with Ms. Hall in Math room 215 and Ms. Fumokao in room 116
Chief Manuelito Middle School; A New Mexico Grade "B" School!
Chief Manuelito Middle School is very proud to announce that for the second consecutive year, we have earned a "B"grade from the New Mexico Public Education Department. This is not an easy task and we want to thank all of our Chief Manuelito students, parents, and teachers for making this happen. We are only 6 points away from an "A" grade and it is our mission this year to get students into school, use tactics to drive home academic language so that next year, we can move forward even more. Great job to everyone that played a role in our success!
Health and Wellness Nights!
Chief Manuelito Middle School is proud to announce that we have partnered up with Indian Health Service to have health awareness events beginning every Thursday in the month of October and continuing thru April. Events will run from 6 pm until 7:30 each Thursday and are free to the public. Events will be run by professionals in these areas and will be set for people at a beginning level up to more advanced stages. Each month will have a heath theme to get you active, and a nutritionist will be on site to educate on how to adopt a healthy lifestyle. Chief Manuelito Middle School will also be running a healthy snack bar to serve stakeholders during our events. Our lists of scheduled activities include:
October: Zumba Month (October 6, 13, 20 &27) Spinners Cycling for CMMS students October 13 & 20
November: Yoga Month (November 3, 10 & 17)
December: Self-Defense Training Month(December 1, 8 & 15)
January: Kick Boxing Month (January 5, 12, 19 & 26)
February: Tai Chi Month (February 2, 9, 16 & 23)
March: Country Line Dancing Month(March 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30)
April: After School Spinners Cycling for CMMS students (April 6, 13 & 20)
We invite all stakeholders to come out every Thursday starting in October to get fit, have fun and adopt a healthy lifestyle. Thank you.
At Chief Manuelito Middle School we emphasize students following our MAVS! When we follow our MAVS, everyone wins!
Moving toward excellence
Active Positive Participation
Valuing our community
Staying safe and healthy
Basketball Tryouts will begin on November 1st. Students must have physicals and be academically eligible to participate. For more information contact us at CMMS at 721-5620.
Late Start Mondays
Beginning on August 22nd and continuing until May, CMMS will have late starts on Mondays so teachers can have PLC collaboration time. School will begin one hour later at 9:20 am on Mondays and regular buses will pick students up one hour later than normal. School will still get out at 3:42 pm. For more information on late start Mondays, please contact us at CMMS at 721-5600.
Note from the Principal
Dear Chief Manuelito Community,
It is an honor and privilege to be the principal at Chief Manuelito Middle School, where we have created a collaborative learning environment dedicated to placing "students first"! In my two years at Chief, we have seen our New Mexico state grade rise dramatically by emphasizing teacher collaboration and using data that helps us to know what student needs are to be successful. As we move into the 2016-17 school year, we will continue to emphasize these concepts, but also dig deep to differentiate instruction for students so that they can be even more successful. Our goal is to create a great school experience for our kids and families so that when they leave us, they will be prepared for high school with a readiness on knowing what they want out of their futures. To help in this, we encourage all CMMS parents to come in and visit us and get involved in our monthly ASC meetings, which take place on the first Tuesday of each month. With the help of all stakeholders, we feel that we have only scratched the surface on what our kids can achieve. We look forward to a great 2016-17 school year!
Chief Manuelito Middle School
CMMS Vision Statement
The vision and mission of CMMS is to get all students and teachers to "Pursue, Practice and Produce Academic Excellence Everyday". We do this by having a positive attitude in the classroom, by differentiating instruction so all students get what they need in order to be successful and by working together with each other so our Chief community becomes ready for the challenges that they will face as they move further into the 21st century.
Advisory School Council & Indian Education Committee Election Results
Chief Manuelito Middle School is proud to announce our Advisory School Council (ASC)and Indian Education Committee (IEC) Members for the 2016-17 school year. We nominated individuals at our open house back in August and held a parent "Meet and Greet night on September 13th for our candidates to talk with parents. After candidates met parents, we held our elections.
Our 2016-17 ASC committees parent representatives are: Brenda Chicharello, Ruby Haley, Crystal Reece, Elvira Silago and Ervina Tso.
School Employee representatives are Cecilia Henry-Kee and Michele Reeves
Community Members are Larry Foster and Marsha Eriacho
Ms. Elvira Silago is our IEC representative and Brenda Chicharello is our alternate IEC.
Parent meetings will take place on the first Tuesday of each month. We look forward to an active parent committee this school year.
Thank you Parents!
Words of Wisdom from Chief Manuelito
Notice of Non-Discrimination
Chief Manuelito Middle School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.1 The following person(s) has(have) been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies:
Virgil Brown or Esther Morris, 504 Coordinators
1325 Rico Street, Gallup, NM 87301
505 721 5600
Steven E. Wargo, Principal
1325 Rico Street, Gallup NM 87301
505 721 5620
For further information on notice of non-discrimination, visit http://wdcrobcolp01.ed.gov/CFAPPS/OCR/contactus.cfm for the address and phone number of the office that serves your area, or call 1-800-421-3481.