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Capac Middle School

201 North Neeper Street

Capac, MI  48014


810 395-3750 Main Office

810 395-3755 Attendance

810 395-4098 Fax 


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CAPAC Middle School

Welcome to Capac Middle School


Capac Middle school is pleased to welcome Mr. David Kochan as our new principal. Please follow this link Principal's Office for details.

The staff and students of Capac Middle School take great pride in our community atmosphere, and our proven track record for academic achievement. Our students consistently outperform their peers on state tests. In addition to core academic subjects, our students are offered a range of exploratory courses such as Life Skills, Health, Creative Expression, Choir, General Music, Band,  and Technology.




April 2, 2014


Capac Community Schools

Announces Rescheduled Days for 2013-2014 School Year


Capac Community Schools announces that it will be adding the following school days to the 2013-2014 school year calendar:

April 21, 2014 – full day *previously rescheduled*

June 12, 2014 – extended to full day

June 13, 2014 - full day

June 16, 2014 - full day

June 17, 2014 - full day

June 18, 2014 - full day

 Crossroads Alternative High School, only, will add June 19, 2014 for a partial day from  8 a.m. until noon.


We will also be adding five minutes per day at the start of each school day beginning April 14, 2014 through June 18, 2014. 


  • The new start time for the elementary school is 7:58 a.m. 
  • The middle school new start time will be 7:50 a.m. 
  • The high school new start time will be 8:00 a.m. 
  •  Crossroads Alternative High School new start time will be 8:00 a.m. 
  • Please note that all bus routes will begin running 5-7 minutes earlier effective April 14, 2014.

It is important that we have students in attendance all rescheduled days in order to receive full state funding.


 Community Resource Fair Poster


On May 14th 2014, the 7th annual St. Clair County Community Resource Fair will be held at St. Clair County Community College in Port Huron from 10am – 3pm.  The fair is open to anyone and absolutely free, including lunch and child care.  There will be health screenings, food, clothing, and hygiene product give-a-ways; as well as agencies to assist participants with housing, utilities, employment, education and so much more! 

For more information call (810) 966-7898, e-mail: or find us on Facebook






Parents, please take a moment to complete a brief survey by clicking the link below. Your input is valuable in planning the course for Capac Middle School next year. 


We challenge our students to read 30 minutes each day during the month and have parents sign the reading calendar each day they meet this goal.  They will be eligible to enter prize drawings based up their reading success during the month.  Also for your information here is a link to the Accelerated Reader site where students can check for books that are AR approved.




There are good things happening at Capac Middle School. 


Follow the Helpful Link in the right hand column to explore our newsletter.




Capac Middle School will be conducting Parent Advisory Meetings at 9:00 a.m. in Room 102 on the 2nd Wednesday of each month. We welcome your ideas and are anxious to have you share in the direction we are taking Capac Middle School. Please refer to the monthly calendar for specific dates. 

Hotline CMS "HOT-LINE"

 As part of our continuing effort to keep our school and students safe, Capac Middle School has implemented a

 “Hot-Line” for students to anonymously report safety concerns.  This hotline is monitored by the principal and school counselor who will follow up on “tips” as they are received.  If you have any questions regarding this program please contact Mr. Kochan at 395-3754 or . More detailed information is listed below.

 Capac Middle School Report Hotline – (810) 545-8208 

Ø  This number is only for texts (it does take voice mails and tries to translate it to text but it doesn’t always get the message word for word).

Ø  Students do not have to leave their name if they did not want to.

Ø  This number is to be used anytime they knew of a situation that an adult should be made aware of.

·         Bullying situations

·         Someone brings something to school they shouldn’t have

·         Someone says they are going to hurt themselves

·         Etc….

Ø  It is not for

·         Someone didn’t eat all of their lunch

·         I think someone made a mean face at me

·         Etc….

What is PBIS?


PBIS is a school-wide system of support that includes proactive strategies for defining, teaching, and supporting appropriate student behaviors to create a positive school environment.


*Research conducted over the past fifteen years has shown that PBIS is effective in promoting positive behavior in students and schools. Use of PBIS as a strategy to maintain appropriate social behavior will make schools safer. Safer schools are more effective learning environments.

*Schools that implement system-wide interventions also report increased time engaged in academic activities and improved academic performance.

*Schools that employ system-wide interventions for problem behavior prevention indicate reductions in office discipline referrals of 20-60%. If you would like to know more about this contact the Principal at 395-3754.




As always, Capac Community Schools puts student safety at the forefront.. Please review the following bus safety tips:


  • LOOK AT SCHOOL BUSES AS TRAFFIC SIGNALS: The Michigan Association for Pupil Transportation offers a simple, yet effective back-to school safety message to help drivers respond safely in and around school buses: Think of school buses as traffic signals. The association’s tips:
  • When overhead lights are flashing YELLOW-- PREPARE TO STOP
  • When overhead lights are flashing RED--STOP
  • When the regular hazard lights are flashing, PROCEED WITH CAUTION.

In a one-day study (May 2013) involving 1,392 school buses, bus drivers reported 1,165 vehicles passing while the RED lights were flashing. Throughout Michigan, there are approximately 17,000 school buses transporting over 1 million children to and from school every day.


District Transportation Provides:

  • One pick-up/One drop-off address.  Addresses may be different am and pm for daycare; however, they must be consistant five (5) days a week.  Exceptions will be made for shared custody. 
  • Bus passes will only be issued to elementary students and only for emergencies.

Jeri Moody, CTD
Capac Community Schools/Yale Public Schools
Director of Transportation
PH: 810-395-3693 / 810-387-3231 ext. 271 
Fax: 810-395-3694 / 810-387-9074


CMS staff has offered these school supply suggestions for the upcoming school year so that you may take advantage of mid-summer sales.

Click on the following link for the grade level lists.

2013-2014 Supply Lists.    



New Student Registration

Please bring the following documents:


  • Birth certifcate
  • Proof of Residency
  • Immunization Record (click on immunization info link to the right)
  • Legal documents with regard to custody arrangements
  • Special Education documents (IEP, etc)
  • Final Report Card

Contact the office at 395-3752 if you have any questions



Capac Middle School Annual Report 2012-13

You may view the middle school annual report at the following links:


Capac Middle School Cover Letter 2012-13

Capac Middle School Annual Report 2012-13 Revised

Capac Community Schools District Cover Letter 2012-13

Capac Community Schools District Report 2012-13 Revised

Capac Middle School Improvement Plan 2013-2013 



Parent Email Address Update 

To help us communicate with you more effectively and in a timely manner, could you please take a moment to enter and/or update your email address information in Zangle ParentConnection.


  1. Login to ParentConnection as usual.
  2. Click on the Account link in the upper right of the main screen to open the Account Maintenance dialog.
  3. Edit your email address if necessary.
  4. Click Continue (or Cancel to abort). Your account will automatically be modified and the view will return to the ParentConnection main screen.


If you have any questions, contact Janet Sonner at 810/395-3705 for assistance.



All parents and visitors to Capac Middle School must sign in at the office upon entering the building. 

Please do not show up, unannounced, at the classroom and expect teachers to take instructional time to meet with you. They can better address your concerns if you phone or e-mail them to set up a mutually convenient time.


Student Safety

Students are not to walk between buildings. If it is necessary for them to go to an athletic practice or meet a sibling at another building after-school, they must ride their bus to the bus circle.  If they are "walkers", they can "shuttle" over on any bus parked in front of the school. 


Morning drop-off and afternoon pick-up routines at Capac Middle School have been a concern for many years.  In an effort to avoid serious injury to any child, the District Transportation Department and the Village of Capac have agreed to close Neeper Street to vehicle traffic, between Church Street and Aldrich Street, from 2:35 p.m. and 2:45 p.m


When picking up your child please park on either Church or Aldrich Street and instruct them to meet you there.   Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.



Parent Notification


Did You Know?

Under federal law, you as parents may request the following specific information about the professional qualifications of your children's teachers:

• Whether the teacher has met the state qualifications/licensing for their grade level/ subjects.

• Whether the teacher is on a temporary permit or waiver.

• The teacher's majors, graduate certificates/degrees, and discipline fields.

• Paraprofessional services and qualifications.

For further information, please call Capac Community Schools at (810) 395-3710.






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*Required Immunizations*


*Waiver Form*



Parent/Student Information


Medical Return to Play Form




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