Weekly Communication – March 2

Schedule for the week of March 2

MondayAll Periods
TuesdayAll Periods
WednesdayAll Periods
ThursdayOdd Schedule +Flex
FridayEven Schedule +Flex

Upcoming Dates to Consider


  • March 3 Spaghetti Factory Dine Out
  • March 11 Choir Concert 6:30 PM Cheldelin Cafeteria
  • March 12-13—NO SCHOOL Conferences
  • March 13/14 Dream Dinners CPTO Fundraiser
  • March 16CPTO Meeting 7 PM Cheldelin Library
  • March 17 Symphonic Concert Choir 7 PM Crescent Valley High School
  • March 23-27 NO SCHOOL Spring Break



March Dine-Outs

We have two Dine-Out opportunities in March!  Enjoy some delicious pasta at Old Spaghetti Factory, get ahead on meal prep with Dream Dinners, and help out our Cheldelin Parent Teacher Organization!

The Old Spaghetti Factory dine out will be Tuesday, March 5th from 11:30 am to 9 pm.  They have generously agreed to donate 15% of their proceeds during those hours.  Please be prepared to show the attached flyer in order to be sure your meal is counted for Cheldelin!  Spaghetti Factory Flyer

The Dream Dinners fundraiser will be March 13th at 6pm and the 14th at 12pm.  Each participant will make 3 dinners for 2-3 people for $50.  Dream Dinners will donate $10 back to Cheldelin PTO for each participant.

The links to sign up for each session are:

Track and Field Starts Soon!

Cheldelin Middle School Track Registration is now open!

Track practice will start March 9th and will take place Monday-Thursday from 3:50-5:15 pm.
Registration forms may be found in the CMS office.

Cheldelin will be hosting two home meets this year. Please consider volunteering your time to make these a success! Meets will be held April 9th and April 23rd. See the link below to sign up.


Kindergarten Registration and Transfer Window Start April 13

The district transfer window and kindergarten enrollment for Corvallis residents for the 2020-21 school year will be available April 13 through May 1. This process typically takes place in March and has been rescheduled to align with the District’s review of current transfer policy and implementation of new boundary areas.

The school board is expected to consider a recommendation for revision of the current Transfer Policy in March. The boundary adjustment proposal will be presented to the school board at their March 5 meeting. The school board will be asked to vote on the proposal on April 9, 2020.

The School Board will determine whether or not to approve non-resident transfers during a March meeting as required by state law. The School Board will only be making the decision whether or not any non-resident transfers will be open and will not be announcing available spots.

The non-resident transfer application window will open in MayThis date represents a change from previous communication you have received and is because of the new Transfer Policy schedule to be presented to the School Board on March 5.

Transfer requests for both residents and non-residents will be approved in mid-May and families will be notified.

Character Dare

This week’s Character Dare is about patience and positivity.  Flip the switch!  Choose to have a positive attitude all week with people and situations.  Each time you feel like complaining, choose to say something positive.  Each time you don’t feel like doing something you know you should, be the first to volunteer to do it.  Each time you interact with someone who tests your patience, remain positive.

Community Flyers