The program is open to students, parents / guardians, staff and community members.
Students are learning the standard approach to CPR that the American Heart Association has successfully implemented in other school programs across the nation. Instructors are also teaching how to use an AED device.
Courses will be held in October, November and December and are FREE of charge.
A total of 47 scholarships have been awarded to TSD students through the Foundation's extensive program.
Principal: Tiffany Miller
Main Office: (970) 613-7300
AUSTRALIA TRIP Have you ever tried vegemite? Or maybe a Weet-bix for breakfast? No? Well come and join us Thursday, November 10, to try these Australian treats and learn more about our trip to Australia! Ms. Miller and Ms. Hesse will meet in the art room to present information about the trip, places we'll visit, and new fundraising opportunities. If you're interested in learning more, or if you've already signed up and want to learn more about different fundraising ideas, please join us Thursday, November 10, at 6pm in the Art Room. Hope to see you there!
CANNED FOOD DRIVE Congratulations to the Yale Advisory House for bringing in the most cans last week for our canned food drive. Starting this week each house will begin building their canned food structures in the library. Support your House and drop off canned goods to your advisory teacher all through November.
We’ve hidden ORANGE LETTERS around the school! Can you find them to win a PRIZE for the Halloween Dance? When you find an Orange Letter hold on to it until your advisory class. The letters will spell “HAPPY HALLOWEEN” and the first advisory class to complete the word puzzle and post a picture to Schoology will be the winners of FREE admission to the dance OR 1/2 off a food item at the dance. It is your responsibility to hold onto the letter until the end of the day. The Orange Letters are hidden in clever and unique place, however, you will never have to dig through classroom items to find the hidden them. Good Luck!
Have you ever wanted to make a difference at CBMS? Now is the time. No Place for Hate will be starting up on Thursday, October 7, in the Art Room B9. If you are interested in joining, please come to our first meeting and see what this great club is all about! We will dismiss at 3:50 so have your rides available or take the activity bus home.
This Friday is our CBMS Halloween Dance from 6-7:30p. There will be food, snacks and DJ SodaPopp will be spinning your favorite tunes. Admission is $2 unless you can snag one of the FREE TICKETS we are giving away through Advisory or the CBMS Instagram. Check out the website for more information.
Do you have ideas on how to make Conrad Ball a better place for your friends? Are you interested in promoting school spirit at CBMS? Mr. Arakaki is looking for a handful of students to represent our school through leadership. Find out more this Wednesday during lunch in the cafeteria.