18-19 School Year Supply Lists
Winter Sports Schedule
Spring Sports Schedule
** Please note the change of date from December 12 to December 9th**
COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS MANDATORY MEETING
The Cardington-Lincoln High School Guidance Department
will hold a mandatory College Credit Plus meeting on December 9th at 6 PM in the high school auditorium.
Any students in grades 7-12 that are considering CCP classes next school year must attend this meeting with their parent/guardian.
If you have any questions, please call the guidance office at 419-864-4527
Open House Dates and Times
Cardington teachers and staff are excited to start a new school year and look forward to seeing students at open house on Thursday, August 23rd. Open house will times will be as follows:
Middle School 1-3pm and 5-7pm
High School 5-7pm
When: April 10th @ 7:00
Where: Highland High School
Topic: Internet Predators
Please keep your child safe and protected from internet predators. Jesse Weinberger, a national speaker and expert on Internet safety, will present A PARENT-ONLY program on Internet safety at Highland High School on April 10th at 7:00 p.m. If there is one event you attend this school year, please make it this one. We all need to be better informed on the risks and dangers we place in our students’ hands.
As we look towards spring, more daylight, and warmer temperatures, we are reminded spring testing is right around the corner. We are gearing up for the state assessments which will begin in April. Our state testing schedule for this spring is as follows:
April 17: English/Language Arts part 1 for grades 5-8
April 18: English/Language Arts part 2 for grades 5-8
May 1st: Mathematics part 1 and part 2 for grades 5-8
May 3rd: Science part 1 and part 2 for grade 5 and 8
Your child is able to practice for their state assessments at: http://oh.portal.airast.org/users/students-and-families.stml
Click on the Student practice site icon. Click sign-in and select a grade-level. Choose the subject area of the test. Practicing helps students feel more confident and familiar with the online testing environment. Let us know if you have questions or need help!
Follow-up Letter From Superintendent Petrie Regarding Todays (2/23/18) OneCall to Parents
CARDINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL TO HOST DAAP PROGRAM FEBRUARY 15TH 6:30-8pm IN THE HIGH SCHOOL LIBRARY
Cardington-Lincoln Local Schools is thrilled to welcome the Drug and Alcohol Awareness and Prevention (DAAP) committee to our school on Thursday, February 15th to host our first Hidden in Plain Sight (HIPS) parent training. Hidden in Plain Sight is a parent workshop to help parents be more aware and better informed about drug/alcohol experimentation, use, and abuse by their child. No other program like this exists in Morrow County; therefore, DAAP was compelled to fill the void.
Quarter Two 7/8 Newsletter