8th grade parents, Monday, March 18th, 8th grade students will receive high school registration directions and materials in their homeroom class. 
    There will be a Rising 9th Grade Parent Night for high school registration March 20th at 6 pm at CHS, in the auditorium. 
    Eighth graders must have their course selections entered in Powerschool by April 1st, with their registration sheets turned in to their homeroom teacher by April 2nd. 
    The high school counselors will be at CMS beginning April 4th to meet with students to review their selections and answer questions.

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    Please click below to access the most recent newsletter. 

    PTSO March Newsletter

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    See information below on Basketball Camp this summer at Cuthbertson High School.

    Basketball Camp Information

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    The Battle of the Books Club will meet on Tuesday, March 19th. This club is open to any sixth or seventh graders who are interested in being on next year's Battle of the Books Team. If you have any questions, contact our media specialist, Mrs Bost.

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    Welcome to the second annual Cuthbertson Track and Field Camp! We are very excited about hosting this event for all athletes that are rising 3rd graders through any athlete that are rising 9th graders. You do not need to go to a school in the Cuthbertson cluster to attend!

    Your athlete will get instruction from some of the best coaches in the state. We will focus on speed training, nutrition, field events, and much more at this 4 day camp. Your athlete will also get timed during our camp meet on the final day!

    Camp times are from 8-12 the week of July 9th through July 12th.

    The cost of the camp will be $100 per athlete and $175 if you have 2 athletes. All checks should be made out to Cuthbertson Track.

    Your athlete will receive a t-shirt on day one and there will be a pizza party on the last day of camp. For more information please click the link below. 

    Cuthbertson Track Camp Information 



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