Featured Stories

  • Musical Theatre Classes Design Backdrops and Sets For Musicals

    Mrs. Hupe's 7th and 8th Grade Musical Theatre Classes have been learning about set design and how it is an important part of the storytelling process on stage. Students were tasked with creating a backdrop and set for their favorite musical. Students brought in some of their own supplies in addition to the items that CMS teachers and staff donated for this project. Some of the musicals represented were Grease, The Sound of Music, Mamma Mia, Aladdin, Annie and Beauty and the Beast. Currently, these students are rehearsing their own musical production of Harmony High and will be performing in December.

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  • Spanish Culture Project: Dia De Muertos

    Students from 6th, 7th & 8th grade working on the Spanish Culture Project: “Dia de Muertos”. This celebration involves family and friends gathering to remember people who have died, and helping support their spiritual journey. The school cafeteria was decorated by students with calaveras, papel picado, flores, imágenes, comida and an altar.

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  • Students Learn About All Saints' Day in French Class

    The students in Madame DuFault's French class learned about La Toussaint, All Saints' Day. Each of her classes participated in a scavenger hunt, uncovering facts about famous French icons by reading facts in French on each "tombstone"around the class, to then figure out to whom the tombstone belonged.

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  • CMS Students Experience The "You Matter" Tour

    In recognition of National Bullying Prevention Month, and in our efforts to promote kindness and self confdience CMS students were able to experience the"You Matter" tour featuring Casey McQuillen on Tuesday, October 23rd. Students were both entertained and engaged by her story, her music, and her personal struggles with self confidence. A native of Boston, currently living in New York City, Casey McQuillen has been busy. From graduating Berklee College of Music, to gaining international attention on TV as a power house vocalist on Season 13 of American Idol, to accumulating tens of thousands of followers on social media and millions of views and streams of her music online, she’s accomplished a lot in her short career. And it is just the beginning. Casey founded her school anti-bullying concert series, The "You Matter" Tour, six years ago. This program, which Casey has performed for over 35,000 students across the US, uses her original music to engage students in a conversation about bullying and self-confidence. Fans connect with Casey’s music because her songs are authentic, intimate, and relatable. She is committed to being honest with her fans, sharing her personal struggles, and empathizing with theirs. Whether through exposure on national television, social media, or on the road in schools across the country, Casey reminds students of the most important message of all: You Matter!

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Announcements

  • Peachjar Digital Flyers

    We have launched a new electronic flyer communication tool called Peachjar. To view school-approved digital flyers, simply click the Peachjar button on our website.

    peachjar button

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  • CLOSED MONDAY NOVEMBER 11TH

    Please mark your calendars; all UCPS locations will be closed on Monday, November 11 in observance of Veterans Day. #TeamUCPS

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  • STUDENTS WHO PRE ORDERED BOOKS FROM FAIR

    Students who pre-ordered a book at the book fair should see Mrs. Capone in the Media Center to pick it up.

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  • UPDATING POWER SCHOOL INFORMATION
    Parents your student brought home a student information sheet on Friday that has the current information we have in Powerschool. Please look over this sheet and make any necessary corrections.

    Have your child return this information sheet to their homeroom teacher no later than Friday, November 8th. If all information is correct, please just sign the form and return to your child’s homeroom teacher. Thank you for your help in getting the most up to date information for your child.

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  • STUDENT ARRIVALS
    Students arriving after the front door closes will need to check in at the front office to receive a pass to class. A student is considered tardy beginning at 8:42am.

    Students who accumulate (5) unexcused tardies or (3) unexcused early dismissals will need to serve a recovery time. You will be notified from the school if your child will need to attend a recovery.

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