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Proudly Running In the Direction of Excellence!                      

 

WELCOME TO CHISHOLM MIDDLE SCHOOL

 

Principal: Mrs. Bobbi Jo Grieb 

Assistant Principal/Athletic DirectorMr. Ben O'Dell

ADMINISTRATION

Grieb, Bobbi Jo
Principal
O'Dell, Benjamin
Assistant Principal

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Welcome to the Newton Athletic Booster Club!

The Newton Athletic Booster Club is the official organization of Newton High and Middle School. It is a non-profit organization run by volunteers of high school and middle school parents. Our main function is to raise funds for high school and middle school athletics. We also promote school pride by selling clothing, and filling the bleachers with school colors. Our two largest sources of funds come from Booster Club memberships and selling advertising throughout the year. Booster Club Memberships are 100% profit, and advertising sales are approximately 90% profit, with 10% paying for the printing of the programs and posters. All money raised during the year goes to benefit ALL sports. In the past, the funds raised have gone to purchase uniforms, scoreboards, equipment, and numerous other expenditures. On average, we have raised and donated about $25,000 per year.

Membership Levels: All members are listed in the sports program

*New Members receive 50% off one apparel item (via coupon)
Engineer’s* -Donation of $300 or more. Family admission (immediate family only) to all

home athletic events for middle & high school. Includes 1-2 family activity passes

Black & Gold*- Donation of $125 or more. Single admission to all home athletic events for middle & high school. Includes 1 activity pass

Railer Club- Donation of $50 or more Sports Booster- Donation of $25 or more

Buy your RAILER WEAR at Anderson’s Book & Office Supply, the “Official” outlet for Booster Club clothing & merchandise.

Payment: https://newtonusd.revtrak.net/Athletic-Booster-Club/#/list

Mail: 301 North Main ST #110, Newton, KS 67114

We look forward to another exciting year in Railer athletics! Thank you for your past and present support!

If you have any questions, please call/Text Stacey Musser at 316-836-3612. 

 

 


 

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MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of CMS is to increase academic success, develop broader knowledge and skills in a safe and positive environment and to encourage students to become responsible contributing members of a global society.

We believe...

CMS commits to developing an engaging curriculum comprised of what should be learned, how it will be taught, and how learning will be assessed in order to succeed in a global society.

 

CMS commits to building a safe and positive school culture by valuing students as individuals,  providing consistent appropriate levels of support, and celebrating student success.

 

CMS commits to providing time for staff to collaborate in teams and focused professional development for the purpose of improving student learning and professional growth.

 

CMS commits to creating a collaborative culture that provides opportunities to build positive relationships between parents, community, businesses, and school, and maintains open communication at all times.

USD 373 Guiding Principles:

  1. Education shall be Student Centered
  2. Education shall Promote Creativity and Collaboration
  3. Education shall be Technology Rich
  4. Education shall foster Good Stewardship
  5. Education shall have a Balanced Curriculum
  6. Planning and Programming shall Ensure Safety and Security
  7. Educational Planning shall instill Flexibility