June 12, 2018 Everyone Succeeds Here!


June 15, 2018 - PERMISSION SLIPS AND $5 DUE for Sand Bar Field Trip

June 18, 2018 - 8th Grade Recognition Night (6pm)

June 19, 2018 - Community Service Day for 8th graders

June 20, 2018 - Sand Bar State Park All School Field Trip

June 20, 2018 - LAST DAY OF SCHOOL

Camels Hump students and staff proudly display their Camels Hump Collective (CHC) flags.

The CHMS Jazz Band and Select Chorus performed at the Discover Jazz Festival in Burlington on Wednesday, June 6, 2018.

CHMS French Students go to Skinny Pancake and have a Québecois Contra Dance Lesson! https://buff.ly/2sMGHPM


If your student is considering or planning on participating in an interscholastic sport (sporting events against other schools) for CHMS, they will need to have the following on file with the school nurse before they may participate:

1. Proof of current physical that will not expire during the season.

2. Athletic Participation Form that includes the concussion notification. The form may be found here:

Paperwork may be dropped off in the CHMS office or send electronically to CHMScontact@cesuvt.org.

PLEASE READ! Girls Coding Camp Free of Charge

There are spaces available during the July 16-July 20th Girls Coding Camp...at no cost to students. Where it mentions the amount...ignore, the cost will be waived! The camp organizers are delighted to have some sponsorship funding from the Vermont Women’s Fund!

Coder Camp for Girls - a day camp, July 16–20, at the VTC Williston Campus is for girls ages entering 7–10 (Fall 2018) grades is an experiential hands-on coding camp where girls have a chance to translate their creativity into a computer program of their own design using SCRATCH and other software programs plus visit innovative software development companies and more. The camp will include free lunches each day, a field trip and many activities!


UVM Extension/4-H Opportunities for Students

VTeen 4-H Science Pathways Cafe - Join the Leadership Team!

We are looking for students entering grades 9-12 who would like to join the leadership team to help plan and organize the 2018-2019 teen science cafes. See attached information; applications are due no later than June 30.

Youth Environmental Summit Seeking Workshop Presenters

YES is an annual conference for grades 7-12 students who want to learn about environmental issues and find ways to take action. This year's Summit will take place on November 2 at the Barre Civic Center. We are looking for workshops and exhibits on a variety of topics and ideas - and youth presenters are strongly encouraged to apply! Contact Lauren.Traister@uvm.edu for a workshop proposal form.

Natural Resources Management Academy - Deadline to Apply is June 8

Open to students entering grades 7-12 who want to explore natural resources management in depth with Vermont experts. Spend the weekend exploring various topics through hands-on learning, using the Green Mountain Conservation Camp as our outside classroom. Learn more at www.uvm.edu/extension/youth/announcements

Youth Farm Safety Camps

Learn more at www.uvm.edu/extension/youth/announcements

MMU Golf Team

8th graders interested in joining the MMU high school golf team: Golf is a FALL sport for both boys and girls at MMU. The season starts August 14. If you have interest in being part of this team, we would your email and phone number to stay in touch and let you know what is happening before you start high school. Sign ups are on the table in the CHMS office. Coaches Jeff Brown and David London

The CHMS breakfast and lunch menu can be found on our website at these links:

Lunch: http://cesuvt.nutrislice.com/menu/camels-hump/lunch/

Breakfast: http://cesuvt.nutrislice.com/menu/camels-hump/breakfast/

In addition to finding the menus on the webpage, did you know that there is an app for your phone or mobile device which gives fast access to the menus? Try it out!

Go to the App store on your device and search for: Nutrislice

Download and open the app.

It will ask to Find Organization: Chittenden East Supervisory Union - VT

Then select Camels Hump to view the menu.


Registration is OPEN for the Fall Soccer Season!

VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED! Richmond Rec Soccer relies on volunteers! We need volunteer coaches and volunteer organizers to help run our program! For coaching, no prior experience is required, and every effort is made to double up on coaches for each team. You can volunteer to help during the registration process, or by contacting Liz Metayer (Volunteer Coordinator, at LMetayer@MoultonLG.com).

RRS’s 2018 SEASON :

Sept. 4 – Oct. 13 @ Volunteer’s Green in Richmond

Cost: $45 (includes a T-shirt!)

Grades K-2: Practices and Games on Wednesdays 5:30-6:30pm & Saturdays 10:30-11:30am

Grades 3-6: Practices and Games on Tuesdays & Thursdays 5:30-6:30pm

TO REGISTER: This year, we are partnering with Mansfield United (a local soccer club that merged with Camel’s Hump Soccer Club) to bring you an easier registration and online payment process! Richmond Rec is excited to be working in concert with Mansfield United to ensure our players have many great soccer options! Register your child HERE for Richmond Rec’s 2018 Fall program! Please register ASAP, but not later than July 1st. If you don’t have your old login credentials (user and/or pass), just click Player Password Lookup!

This summer at Vermont Technical College

Rosie’s Girls STEM Leadership Camp & Mentorship Program

For girls entering 9th and 10th grades (fall 2018) July 8-12, 2018 - Randolph Center Campus - residential camp -A fun filled hands-on exploration of STEM (science, technology, engineering, math - plus some arts) and skilled trades to help young women become strong, powerful and more confident - and learn about potential career pathways; followed by a mentorship program. (Modeled after Rosie’s Girls Day Camps by Vermont Works for Women -VWW) – All-inclusive $225 – and scholarships available. http://www.vtc.edu/rosies-girls-stem-leadership-camp Contact: Zoe McDonald - zmacdonald@vtc.vsc.edu

Coder Camp for Girls - July 16 -20, 2018 - Williston Campus - day camp

For girls ages 11 -17 - An experiential hands-on day camp offering girls the chance to translate their creativity into a computer program using SCRATCH and other software programs plus visit innovative software development companies. $150 (includes field trip, 2 lunches, snacks) Many scholarships available. Contact: Zoe McDonald- zmacdonald@vtc.vsc.edu -https://www.vtc.edu/academics/majors/stem-programming/rosies-girls-stem-leadership-camp