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  • CMS Update April 5th from Mr. Murray

    We have begun online learning with our students this past week. Students and parents we thank you for your patience as we navigate our present state of education. I am encouraging our students to email their teachers if they have a question or do not understand the material that is being reviewed. Families please remember that all assignments will be asynchronous for students. Flexibility is the key as students are not expected to be online with teachers at a specific time.

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  • Remote Learning Guidelines

    During the school closure, UCPS will use the exisiting EmpowerED Family Portal to offer optional extended learning opporunities. To access click the link below, or from our CMS homepage, click on Explore, Parents and Students, then EmpowerED Family Portal. UCPS has also released official Remote Learning Guidelines for students. Cllick below to read more.

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  • CMS Students Attend CIAA Education Day

    On Tuesday, February 25th a group of CMS eighth grade students had the amazing opportunity to attend CIAA (Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association) Education Day at Ovens Auditorium. More than 24,000 middle school students and chaperones from Charlotte NC and surrounding areas were in attendance. The purpose of the event is to provide middle school students an opportunity to learn more about the CIAA conference colleges and universities. During this event, students were presented with information on college access and keys for success as well as information on what students must do now and in high school to prepare for college. CIAA conference institution college recruiters from Pennsylvania, Maryland, North Carolina and South Carolina were in attendance and were available to students.

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  • Chinese Classes Participate in Restaurant Project

    After a semester of learning, Ms. Liao’s Chinese Semester Classes applied their knowledge through a Chinese restaurant Project. In this project, students composed and performed a skit about a restaurant experience entirely in Chinese. The experience was an interactive and creative way for students to engage in practical Chinese application while having fun with their peers. “The project gave us the chance to understand how it would be to speak, greet, and have a full conversation with someone at a restaurant, or even just in general,” said Aubrey Sinople, a 7th grader when asked about the experience. Ms. Liao’s students enjoyed the immersive experience as a fun way to wrap up the semester.

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Announcements

  • CALLING ALL CMS STUDENTS AND PARENTS:
    KWAME ALEXANDER: LIVE READING OF HIS BOOK CROSSOVER VIA INSTAGRAM STARTS MONDAY MARCH 30TH

    DON'T MISS OUT!: Kwame Alexander, popular author, will be reading from his title, CROSSOVER over on Instagram Live - @kwamealexander
    this Monday through Friday at 10:30 AM (EST) Bring your popcorn, and your books (hardcover, paper, graphic, e-book) so you can follow along.
    Remember Instagram is not accessible via student chromebooks. This event would need to be accessed via personal device or personal computer.

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  • CALLING ALL CMS STUDENTS AND PARENTS:
    RJ PALACIO: LIVE READING OF HER BOOK WONDER VIA TWITTER STARTING MARCH 30TH

    DON'T MISS OUT!: RJ Palacio, popular author will be reading from her title, Wonder on twitter live this week Monday through Friday at 12:00 pm (EST).
    https://Twitter.com/rjpalacio
    From RJ Palacio via Twitter: "Looking forward to continuing my #WONDERreadaloud on Monday March 30th.   Hope you join me!" https://Twitter.com/rjpalacio
    Remember Instagram is not accessible via student chromebooks. This event would need to be accessed via personal device or personal computer.

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  • STUDENT CHROMEBOOK ISSUES?
    Please click BELOW to access Technology Services Helpdesk for students. Students can access 24/7.

    Student Help Desk

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  • NEED A NEW BOOK TO READ DURING THE SCHOOL CLOSURE?
    Discover NC Kids Digital Library!
    You are in luck! All UCPS students have access to NC Kids Digital Library through the Union County Public Library.

    Click Below To View Video Tutorial on How To Use This Tool

    How To Access NC Kids Digital 

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  • NEED A NEW BOOK TO READ DURING THE SCHOOL CLOSURE?
    Discover Overdrive For Kids! All UCPS students have access to Overdrive for Kids through the Union County Public Library System.
    Click below To View Video Tutorial on How To Use This Tool.

    How to use Overdrive for Kids 

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