Commerce schools will be back in session tomorrow, February 2nd. We look forward to having everyone back for in-person instruction.
Commerce Schools will be closed on Wednesday, Feb 1st. No School and No Virtual School. Stay safe and warm.
Commerce Schools will be closed on Tuesday, Jan 31st. No School and No Virtual School. Stay safe and warm.
It's a Snow Day! January 30, 2023 will be a no instruction day. Please stay safe and warm.
Commerce Public Schools will have a virtual day on Wednesday, January 25, 2023. Students have been instructed on how to participate. Please stay safe and warm.
The after school programs at AES and CMS are being canceled today. After school weightlifting at the high school is also canceled.
Commerce Schools and all of our staff continue to work hard to educate students on the dangers of vaping products. The school district has made a significant investment in vape sensors for our middle and high school to help us in the battle. Parents, if you haven't, please take the time to talk to your children about the danger of vapes. The national numbers are trending up again and we're unfortunately seeing some of the same here locally. State law deems it unlawful for any person under 21 years of age to purchase, receive or have in their possession any nicotine or vapor product. Here is a copy of the Oklahoma Law for your reference - §10A-2-8-224. Purchase, receipt or possession of tobacco or vapor products by those under 21 prohibited - Falsifying proof of age - Penalties. A. It is unlawful for a person who is under twenty-one (21) years of age to purchase, receive, or have in his or her possession a tobacco product, nicotine product or vapor product, or to present or offer to any person any purported proof of age which is false or fraudulent, for the purpose of purchasing or receiving any tobacco product, nicotine product or vapor product. It shall not be unlawful for an employee under twenty-one (21) years of age to handle tobacco products, nicotine products or vapor products when required in the performance of the employee's duties. B. When a person violates subsection A of this section, the Alcoholic Beverage Laws Enforcement (ABLE) Commission shall require the violator to complete an education or tobacco use cessation program approved by the State Department of Health. C. The ABLE Commission shall establish rules to provide for notification to a parent or guardian of any minor cited for a violation of this section. D. For the purposes of this section, the term "vapor products" shall have the same meaning as provided in the Prevention of Youth Access to Tobacco Act.
Commerce Middle School will have vision checks available on February 2, 2023.
Martin Luther King Jr Day Observance No School Monday, January 16 2023
Commerce School Events January 16-23, 2023
Commerce Community - The first layer of rubber is going on the high school track today. It looks great and we’re so excited to have track meets returning this spring. The track will be closed periodically though the next several weeks. We have hung caution tape at the entrances. Please help us by staying off of the track while the workers are working and our new surface is drying. The track will need to stay closed to all traffic from now until January 23rd for this phase of work. Thank you! Go Tigers!
Commerce School Events January 8 - January 14 2023
January 3rd - Teacher Professional Day January 4th - Students Return for First Day of 2nd Semester Parents please remind students to charge their Chromebooks before they return to school.
'Problem Synching' PowerSchool App Error Are you seeing a "Problem Synching" error when using the PowerSchool? The error says there is an issue refreshing data. To resolve the issue, sign out of the PowerSchool app and then sign back. PowerSchool is aware of the error and working on a permanent fix. Sorry for the inconvenience.
2022 CMS/CHS Band/Choir Concert CHS Gym Dec. 15, 2022 - 7pm
Commerce High School NHS Christmas Movie Night The Polar Express MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2022 Doors Open: 5:45 pm Movie Begins: 6:00 pm Location: CHS Gym Admission: A stuffed animal or $3 Hot chocolate and popcorn available $1 Wear your PJ'S and bring your pillows and blankets!
The CHS National Honor Society is hosting a POLAR EXPRESS night at the CHS gym on Monday, December 5th. Admission is a stuffed animal which will then be given to others for Christmas. We will also accept a $3 cash donation. Doors open at 5:45 Movie at 6:00 Bring your blankets and wear your PJS. We will have a conductor to punch your ticket! You will receive a Christmas Spirit Bell and a Photo booth is available! Popcorn and hot chocolate available for $1.00. The NHS kids have fond memories of the polar express days they had at AES and want to recreate this as a community event. Bring your family or anyone to help support these high school students and their vision of a good wholesome community gathering.
The Ottawa County Health Department will be hosting a vaccine clinic on December 8, 2022 from 10am to 2pm at the First Baptist Church in Commerce for anyone interested. Please see flyer for further details.
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