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  • Scientific Revolution Newsletters in Seventh Grade Social Studies Classes

    Seventh grade students created, designed and presented Scientific Revolution newsletters using the Smore platform in Ms. Rosenthal's Social Studies classes. Students were assigned a scientist to research and worked with a partner to then design and customize their newsletters. Newsletters were to include the scientist's name at the top of the front page, a footer for web site citations, clip art, images or photos to add to the information, dedicated sections for certain content such as the scientists biography, three achievments, and four to six interesting facts.

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  • CMS Competes in Fall Vex Robotics Tournament

    On Saturday, November 16th, Cuthbertson Middle School competed in the Union County Fall Vex Robotics Tournament against eight other middle school Vex robotics teams in a round robin tournament to see which schools had the best drivers and robots. There were 32 matches amongst all of the teams participating. Each team from Cuthbertson Middle School participated in 4 matches. Two teams (one from CMS and another school) paired against two teams from other schools. The team with the highest score was declared the winner. The scores from the matches were tallied and in the end only 24 of the 32 teams entered would move on to the Elimination tournament.

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  • Cybersecurity and Escape Rooms in Seventh Grade

    Volunteers from Bank of America came to Ms. Smith's 7th and 8th Grade Classes to work on an “Escape Room” activity that involved students learning about cybersecurity and how identity thieves often access the public’s personal information. Students used important “personal information” that was carelessly unprotected by the CEO of a company to hack into his account and had a lot of fun doing it!

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  • CMS Beta Club Receives Award

    The CMS Beta Club recently received a volunteer award from The Adam Faulk Tanksley Foundation. They are a Charlotte-based non-profit organization created in honor of Adam Tanksley. Adam attended school in the Marvin cluster. See their website for more information: http://chompchildhoodcancer.org/ The foundation runs a Christmas Tree lot off of Reid Dairy Road (Rea View Elementary). They run solely on volunteers and all proceeds benefit pediatric cancer at Levine Children's Hospital here in Charlotte.

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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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  • CREDIT BY DEMONSTRATED MASTERY
    The Credit by Demonstrated Mastery window is now open. Please contact your grade level counselor if you are interested in this process or visit the “Quick Links” section on our school’s website.

    The application window will be open from Monday, December 2, 2019 through Friday, December 20, 2019. Late applications cannot be accepted. Students will be notified of acceptance or denial of their application by Monday, February 3, 2020.

    Click below for more information.

    Credit By Demonstrated Mastery Information 

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  • SAY SOMETHING APP
    Parents this past week UCPS rolled out the Say Something App. Please talk with your students about using this appropriately. Please see the link below to read detailed information regarding this anonymous reporting system.

    Information on Say Something App

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  • PTSO NEWSLETTER DECEMBER

    See below to view our December PTSO Newsletter

    December PTSO Newsletter

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  • BATTLE OF THE BOOKS CLUB MEETING ON
    MONDAY DECEMBER 16TH

    Batttle of the Books Club will meet on Monday December 16th from 3:45 to 4:45 in the media center.

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