Oct
23
Tue
Technology and Mental Health #Stigma180 @ Chanhassen High School
Oct 23 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Staff from Traverse Counseling and Consulting will discuss the idea of a technology addiction and whether it is real or not by discussing and using current research and the current understanding technology has on the brain.  Strategies for caregivers, parents, and teachers will be provided to help children establish a safe and healthy relationship with technology. Event is free to attend but registration is encouraged.

Oct
26
Fri
College Apparel Day
Oct 26 all-day

Show your school spirit by wearing college gear.

6th Grade Party for CMSW & CMSE @ Chaska Middle School West
Oct 26 @ 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Party at CMSW for all 6th graders from both CMSW & CMSE. $5 tickets will be sold during lunches starting 10/17. There will be music, games, and snacks available for purchase.

Oct
31
Wed
Halloween Dress-up Day
Oct 31 all-day

Halloween costumes may be worn and must follow school dress code policy. Costumes cannot cover the face.

Nov
1
Thu
Middle School Prospective Parent Night @ Chaska Middle School West - Media Center
Nov 1 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Middle School Prospective Parent Night | Thu, Nov. 1, 6:00 p.m. at Chaska Middle School West (Media Center)

Learn about middle school curriculum, prepare for your child’s transition from elementary school, and hear directly from parents about their experiences in Eastern Carver County Schools.

Nov
2
Fri
Conference/Workshop
Nov 2 all-day
Nov
5
Mon
6th Grade – Deep Portage – Meteors
Nov 5 – Nov 7 all-day
Yearbook Meetings
Nov 5 @ 3:35 pm – 4:15 pm

Yearbook meeting in Ms. Balcerak’s room #209. Contact her with questions at BalcerakM@District112.org or 952-556-7566.

Nov
7
Wed
6th Grade – Deep Portage – Comets
Nov 7 – Nov 9 all-day
Nov
12
Mon
Veteran’s Day Program
Nov 12 @ 8:40 am – 10:15 am

We are hosting a Veterans Day Celebration on Monday Nov. 12th at 8:30 a.m. starting outside at the flagpole. (Temperatures are predicted to be in the teens so have your student bundle-up!)  We will begin with the flag-raising, an Honor Guard 21-gun salute and taps. Then there will be a ceremony in the Large Gym with student and guest speakers, honored guest introductions, as well as band, choir and orchestra performances. Families are welcome to attend, and are requested to extend the invitation to all military family members and friends to join us as honored guests.