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Welcome to Culver Community Middle School's Website. We take this time to extend our greetings to you. I hope that you will find the information provided on this website helpful. Culver Community Middle School strives to provide students with opportunities to acquire academic knowledge and a safe environment to develop responsibility, respect for others, and fundamental principal of self-discipline.
The Student Supply List and Student Handbook are available on our website under Information Library Documents. Please pay particular attention to the updates of Attendance and Tardy policies, Student Dress Code, Leveled Discipline Plan, and Study Tables.
Culver Community Middle School is a special place for the students of Culver Community Schools. Culver Community Middle School educates students in grades seven and eight with a population of approximately 200 students. Culver students move from the elementary level and progress through the middle school level to be successful at the high school level. We find this to be the most exciting and rewarding level in education.
Parents are always welcome at Culver Community Middle School. At the beginning of each year during registration, we hold an orientation for those students and parents new to the building. Each October parent/teacher conferences are held. Parents are also encouraged to meet with the teaching staff and administration at any time during the year. Parents are also encouraged to attend athletic events and serve on various committees. We find that by working together with parents, we are more able to make the positive changes necessary to meet student needs and help students to become successful.
Please remember we will be dismissing students on Fridays at 2:40.
Parents/guardians of all kindergarten students, all 7th grade students, and all other students in any grade, who are new to Culver Community Schools, must provide a written statement of a child's immunizations, accompanied by the physician's certificate or other documentation. This can be accomplished by a physical and/or a statement showing the record of immunization.
Immunization Requirements for grades 6-12: 1Tdap, 1 Meningitis & 2nd Chickenpox if your child has not had Chickenpox.
Brett Berndt, Principal
2013-2014 School Year7th Grade Class Officers
- President Alyssa Kinyanjui, V-President Allison Jones, Secretary Chloe Caldwell 8th Grade Class Officers
- President Collin Knowlton, V-President Payton Lowry, Secretary Dylan Lewandowski Student council
7th Grade- Kennedy Ash, Alyssa Bailey, Lillian Gregorash, & Alyssa kinyanjui
8th grade- Collin Knowlton, Pierce Ellert, Dylan Lewandowski, RT Roberts, & Jordan Schrimsher 8th Grade Spelling Bee
: Pierce Ellert 7th Grade Spelling Bee
: Sarah Lutrell YLMC
-Mackenzie Barnhart, Nathan Clingler & Cody Rieckhoff
2 Year Perfect attendance
- Ethan Shuman
Positive Progress 8th- Josh Caudill & Sierra Craig
Positive Progress 7th- Chaz Ault
President's Awards for Academic Achievement
7th- Samantha Gregg, Noah King, Madyson Sorg
8th- James Fagan, Anthony Gentry, Tracey Lindvall
7th Grade Outstanding Awards
Math- Lillian Gregorash
Social Studies- Zach Moore
Science- Kate Heims
Language Arts- Sarah Lutrell
PE/Health - Kennedy Ash, Gabe Gomez
8th Grade outstanding Awards
Computers- Kristen Heise, Tracey Lindvall, Reilly Reinhold & Jake Rodgers
Math- Cody Rieckhoff
Social Studies- Cody Rieckhoff
Science- Payton Lowry
Language Arts- Jake Rodgers
PE/Health- Lindsay Proskey & Cody Reickhoff
7th Grade- Samantha Gregg
8th Grade-Ethan Shuman
7th Grade Cavalier Award- Austin Otteman & Samantha Smith
8th Grade Eastburn Award- Sierra Craig
7th Grade Top GPA- Lillian Gregorash
8th Grade Top GPA- Jake Rodgers
American Legion Distinguished Achievement Award
Honorable Mention- Jake Rodgers, Reilly Reinhold
Winners: Cody Rieckhoff & Jasmynne Fowler
7th Grade Band- Most Improved- Kennedy Ash
8th Grade Band- Most Improved- Cody Russell
7th Grade Band- Outstanding- Lillian Gregorash
8th Grade Band- Outstanding- Dylan Lewandowski
Directors Award- Cody Rieckhoff
Breakfast and lunch costs are 7-12 breakfast $1.25, lunch $2.55; grades K–12 milk 35 cents; reduced breakfast all grades 30 cents, reduced lunch 40 cents; adult breakfast $1.75, adult lunch $3.00, and adult milk 40 cents.
|Middle/High School Hotline Phone Number: 574-213-7226Culver Elementary School Hotline Phone Number: 574-213-7227 |
Culver e-Funds Site
This service eliminates the cash you give your children and checks you write the school.
e~Funds for Schools is the easiest and fastest electronic payment system you will ever use.
Access the e-Funds site to register and begin using: Culver e-Funds