See the attached information about Winter Formal. Tickets will be sold January 3 & 4th. Hope to see you there!
See Mrs. Lee in the Mornings to buy your Holiday Dress-Up attire for $1 to $3! We will be selling headbands, hats, necklaces, socks, leis, and more! Winners will receive a prize!
Before leaving for Thanksgiving break, Calera Middle celebrated the students who grew on their iReady diagnostic tests with game trucks. Go Eagles!
Get Ready... on December first, Calera Middle will have all the holiday spirit! See the 10 days of Christmas Dress-up Calendar for more information!
Basketball games are underway! Congrats to the 8th grade Lady Eagles on the victory against Leeds!
Make-Up Yearbook Pictures and Fall Sports Pictures are November 15th. Please See your Coach for more information.
HOCUS POCUS Drugs aren't our FOCUS! Our students participated in Dress up days for a week to show their dedication to stay away from drugs during National Red Ribbon Week! Students had a lesson from our resource officers officers on how drugs impact your health! The finale of the week was our "Say BOO to drugs" costume party on Halloween!
We celebrated our Calera Middle School Veterans on Tuesday, November 7th. Students had the opportunity to RSVP and invite their Veteran to be a part of a concert that was put on by our band and choir. Then, our FCCLA held a special breakfast so that our students could enjoy this very important day with their loved ones! Thank you to Calera Middle School Band, Choir, FCCLA, and FBLA for their hard work on this program.
While studying mood and narrative elements, 8th grade ELA classes set the mood for a scary story around the campfire! 8th graders read Edgar Allan Poe’s “A Tell Tale Heart” while students enjoyed a campfire ambience and s’mores (pop tarts)!
On October 20th, our SGA, FBLA, FCCLA, and TSA organizations created and hosted a Fall Festival for the Calera Exceptional Learning Community. The students we hosted played games, explored sensory activities, decorated pumpkins, had snacks, won prizes, and played all morning long with our volunteers. It was a great day to be an eagle!
For Hispanic Heritage Month, Mrs. Bosch's ESL classes passed out different types of candy that are traditional to other countries as a THANK YOU to their teachers! FLY AS ONE! YOU MATTER!
This week, Mrs. Pickett had 6th, 7th, and 8th graders come in for an eye opening lesson on empathy. Students participated in a “cross the line” activity and were challenged to consider why it is important to show empathy. Students also learned how to fill out an SEL check in PBIS if they need help or are struggling emotionally. Thanks to Mrs. Pickett for always looking out for everyone!
Our school showed up and showed out for PINK OUT! FLY AS ONE!
We would like to congratulate our 2023-2024 Teacher of the Year, Mr. Chris Oravet! Mr. Oravet has been a teacher at Calera Middle School for over nine years. Currently, he teaches Build It Better and Intro to Programming. He is involved in a little bit of everything at our school, and we appreciate all that he does for our students, teachers, and staff on a daily basis. Mr. Oravet embodies our school motto "Fly As One" every single day! Thank you Mr. Oravet!
Fall Pictures are on Monday, 10/23!
Red Ribbon Week is October 23rd-October31st. See the attached graphic for all Dress Up Days to raise awareness and be drug free! We would love to see everyone participate and show our community how much fun it is to be drug free!
Attention! Lots of Announcements for the week of 10/16-10/20!