Congratulations to this year’s Spelling Bee winner. Sixth-grade spelling champion, Abby Holt. Abby will go on to represent our school on Tuesday, January 26 at Central Academy of Technology & Arts (CATA) where she will compete against other Union County bee winners. Trey Austin, also a sixth-grader and the 2nd place winner, will be the alternate. Both students are classmates in Ms. Delp’s class.
One night only!!! Come see the Winter Musical, "Summer Camp" on Friday, Dec. 4th at 7:00pm. Tickets are $5.00.
The office will be closed Wednesday, 11/25 - Friday, 11/27.
Attention Cavaliers! Get out your gumdrops and candy canes and start decorating! Announcing Cuthbertson Middle School’s Annual Gingerbread House Contest!! All entries are due on Monday, Dec. 7th. Please see the attached entry form for all entry guidelines and rules for judging. Contact Mrs. Hupe with any questions at Kara.Hupe@ucps.k12.nc.us. Good Luck!
Cavalier Connection is holding a coat drive to benefit Wingate Elementary Kindergarteners. We have tags in the Media Center for students to pick up if they would like to purchase a new coat to donate. The tags have the student's name, gender, and size. Please return the new coat, wrapped with the tag attached to the Media Center by December 1. Thank you for your generosity!
8:00 AM - 1:00 PM Principal's Meeting/Media Center
4:00 PM - 11:00 PM Staff Meeting/Media Center
5:30 PM Wrestling @ Union Academy
Last week students in Mr. Vaughan’s Spanish classes took time to discover the true essence of the Mexican celebration, Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead. Now, amidst a zombified nation where this celebration would make for a better movie title than holiday it was important that students encounter, explore, and experience the cultural significance of Day of the Dead.
Eighth-grade students were a captive audience as Preston Centuolo challenged them to find their purpose and to create a meaningful life. His message was clear and concise, “life is about choices, the choices we make determine the life we live”. Mr. Centuolo encouraged the students to make choices that reflect who they are on the inside and to not follow the crowd - “be the voice, not the echo”.