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Please support these businesses who support our campus:
Biggs Landscaping
Bush's Chicken @ FM620
H-E-B @ 620 & O'Connor
Lowe's @ 620 & 183
Mesa Rosa
People Dedicated to Quality: fresh tenders, salads & sandwiches
Terri Romere & The Romere Team with Keller Williams Realty
The Studio Kitchen
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News and Event Highlights




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Spring 2015

No Place for Hate

The CeVMS No Place for Hate Coalition has created a Calendar of Observances.

The Anti-Defamation league states: The increasingly pluralistic population of the United States creates diverse communities, student bodies and employees. To enhance mutual understanding and respect among the various religious, ethnic and cultural groups, the Anti-Defamation League offers a Calendar of Observances as a tool to increase awareness and sensitivity about religious obligations as well as ethnic and cultural festivities that may affect students, colleagues and neighbors.

The new calendar is hanging in the attendance hallway so stop by and take a look! Use the QR code on the calendar or this website link http://padlet.com/CedarValleyNPFH/hdsxyzdrl1kd to help us celebrate this new addition to our school.


Orange Leaf  SPIRIT DAY at Orange Leaf Yogurt will be all day on Tuesday, March 24th.  It's supposed to be a warm day so stop by and grab a tasty treat and mention Cedar Valley PTA when paying.

Tony CSPIRIT DAY at Tony C's in Avery Ranch will be held on Sunday, March 29th.  Stop in a grab a bite or take something home.  Just mention Cedar Valley PTA and we'll get a portion of your bill back.

Junior Police Academy - Register Now


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Students’ Ad Campaign to Bring Books to Uganda

Uganda

Article in the Austin Statesman!


Cedar Valley Jags Read to Great Oaks!


On Feb. 26th, students from Ms. Collins US History class walked to Great Oaks ES and read to Ms. Bertul's and Ms. Ching's 1st Grade classes.  They read the book, "Wind Flyers" by Angela Johnson which tells the story of the brave Tuskegee Airmen in World War II.  The books talks about following your dreams and being brave!  All the Great Oaks geckos were amazing and our Jaguars had fun too!
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Parent Survey
   Student Survey

Please help Cedar Valley Middle School by providing us your feedback. The survey does take long and we use the information to help write campus goals. Below you will find a link for both a parent and student survey. Thank you for your help and input.  

Student Climate Survey Link https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2015middleschoolclimate

Parent Climate Survey Link
English https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2015parentclimate
Spanish https://es.surveymonkey.com/s/2015parentclimatespanish


New Graduation Requirements - Round Rock ISD

Important Information for Eighth Grade Students!

What can I do now to prepare for High School and College? (PowerPoint Presentation)
Round Rock Academies (PowerPoint Presentation)
New Graduation Requirements - Round Rock ISD (YouTube Video)
8th Grade Power Point for student orientation 2015-2016 (PowerPoint Presentation)
McNeil High School Endorsement Academy Pathways
McNeil High School Freshman Registration


Back the Future

We are only 9 members short of being eligible to win $1000 of sporting equipment from Academy Sports. If you haven't had a chance to join yet, please consider sending in $10.50 to become a member and show your support of our school. All adults and students can be members. Money may be sent in an envelope marked "PTA" with your name, student's name and advisory teacher. Memberships may also be paid online or you may print a membership form and send it in. Questions? Please contact Cary Heroy, membership chair. Thank you!.

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Career Fair

Parents,
Have you ever wondered how you can become more involved at Cedar Valley? Here is the perfect chance. Every year Cedar Valley hosts a career fair for the 8th graders. Consider volunteering an hour and a half of your time to show off what you do to our students. You do not have to give a speech, but rather just set up a display and answer questions as the students visit your table. Celia Eickbusch is the counselor in charge of the career fair and will be happy to answer any questions you have. This is a wonderful event for the students, but it takes volunteers to make it happen. See below for the official invitation!

Cedar Valley Middle School in Round Rock ISD will be hosting our annual Career Fair on May 6, 2015. We are hoping that you might consider participating in our Career Fair as a Career Representative. Students will have time to move through the fair between 12:20 and 1:00. Career Representatives will each have a table to set up a display and answer student questions as students come to your table. Career Representatives may set up anytime in the morning prior to 12:00. We are excited to offer this wonderful opportunity to our eighth grade students and look forward to working with all our representatives!

We would love to have you participate to showcase your field of expertise to our eighth grade students.

Please click on the link below and fill out the information requested if you would like to participate:

https://docs.google.com/a/roundrockisd.org/forms/d/1z3hjYXowV_T2RMjtRn0z424VJcJOFZmfYC6Yr5Ufz3E/viewform