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  • DEBATE CLUB 

    The debate club gives students of all abilities a fun way of developing their oracy skills. We use different activities to help students with their critical thinking and confident communication. The club could also help students to become more informed about political and global affairs, or provide a venue for students to train for debate competitions with local school, or at a national level.

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    SponsorMr. Lyons 

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  • SCIENCE OLYMPIAD 
    The Science Olympiad club is a fun way to learn more about a variety of topics spanning from forensics to anatomy. With a total of 23 events, we gather to compete against teams from all over North Carolina. Being on the Science Olympiad team requires patience and commitment. Throughout the year, we will be developing study guides and/or working on building a structure or vehicle to prepare us for our Regional Tournament. Along the way, you will be learning about the fundamentals of teamwork while making new friends who have to same interests in science as you!
     
     
     
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  • BATTLE BOOKS CLUB MEETING THIS TUESDAY OCTOBER 23rd

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    The Battle of the Books Club will meet on Tuesday October 23rd in the media center from 7:30 AM to 8:15 AM. Club members will have a title/author quiz and should be ready to select five to six expert titles at this meeting.

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  • BASKETBALL TRYOUTS 
    Boys and Girls basketball tryouts begin this Monday, October 15.

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  • ABSTINENCE LETTERS

    Abstinence letters will be going home with report cards this week, please complete these forms for your student even if you have completed one earlier in the year. All forms need to be returned to your students homeroom teacher by Friday October 26.

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Featured Stories

  • Career Day 2018

    Over fifty professionals were in attendance as students from all three grade levels had the opportunity to visit and speak with our visitors. Students had prepared questions and were instructed to visit three professionals during our Career Day. Police Officers, Nurses, Cybersecurity Professionals, Designers, Bankers, Engineers, Broadcasters, Music Producers, Coca-Cola and realtors are just a few of themany careers that were representated. It was a great day for everyone. Our career day is always a huge event, and the professionals who graciously give up their time to take part in our event seem to multiply in numbers years after year. The students loved learning and asking the questions and many of the professionals said that they would love to come back next year!

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  • P.S. I Bully You: Chris "Shoof" Scheufele Antibullying Presentation

    Chris "Shoof" Scheufele visited Cuthbertson Middle School on Friday, October 19th to speak to students about being strong and resilient when confronted with conflict or buiilies. Chris “Shoof” Scheufele is one of the most sought-after youth speakers in the United States. He’s a comedian with a license to teach. With more than a decade in the classroom, Chris has developed clever interventions that resolve conflicts instantly and promote a culture of resilience. He makes social emotional learning fun! His entertaining and educational programs have been recognized by educators nationwide, earning him a Teacher Of The Year Award. All students and staff enjoyed and were moved by his powerful and entertaining presentation regarding a topic that has become an issue and a source of anxiety for many young students. Chris was even gracious enough to provide a copy of his book "P.S. I Bully You" to be available for students to check out in our school media center.

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  • An "Enchanted Forest of Books" at Your Fall Book Fair

    It's Scholastic Book Fair time and we invite you to an "Enchanted Forest of Books" in the Cuthbertson Middle School media center October 15th through October 26th. We will have a wonderful selection of engaging and affordable books for every reading level. Did you know that reading just 20 minutes a day exposes your child to about 1.8 million words per year? Reading helps students develop a stronger vocabulary, and in addition, students who read for pleasure average higher grades in English, mathematics, science, and history!

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