Featured Stories

  • CMS Student Named in Top Ten Finalists for UCPS Holiday Card Contest

    CMS would like to send a big shout out to Ivan Cheah, 7th grade student for being named as one of the top 10 finalists in the UCPS Holiday Card contest. Union County Public Schools is home to hundreds of student artists. For many years, the district has celebrated these students through a holiday card contest. UCPS has named the top 10 finalists for this year’s competition. Approximately 230 cards were submitted from a variety of grade levels and schools. The finalists will be honored at a special virtual celebration on Friday, Nov. 20.

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  • Teachers Show Support for Child of Fellow Teacher: #SullyStrong

    Ashlyn Sullivan, daughter of Cheryl Sullivan, 8th Grade Math Teacher at CMS, has recently been diagnosed with Hodgkins Lymphoma and will be undergoing chemotherapy treatment at St. Jude's hospital. Ashlyn's softball team has shown their support for Ashlyn by designing and selling t shirts/hoodies which read "Sully Strong". Pictured are 8th grade Cuthbertson Middle School teachers showing their support for Ashlyn and the Sullivan family by wearing their "Sully Strong" t shirts. #SullyStrong

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  • Students Learn about Explorers Through 3D Web Quest

    Students in Mr. Garner's 7th Grade Science Classes used Google Earth during their Age of Exploration unit in Social Studies. Students completed a WebQuest activity which allow them to experience a guided tour to learn about the explorers they were studying in class

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  • Hispanic Heritage Month

    Despite an unusual beginning of the year with mask breaks and continuous simultaneous participation (using small whiteboards), the Spanish class celebrated Hispanic Heritage month with a set of "culture days"(weekly lessons) where students have learned about the Spanish speaking world; their countries, their traditions, their music, their foods, and all the contributions that Hispanics and Latinos have brought to America through the years.

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Announcements

  • SCHOOL PICTURE DAYS
    Picture Days will be December 1st and 2nd for in person students. We will conduct picture day through our PE classes.
    All Plan D students will have their picture taken on Friday December 4th. Virtual students will be notified when they can have their picture taken.
    A Few Days After Picture Day Parents can Follow the steps below:
    To see your child’s picture- please log on to Jostenspix.com and use the event code- FE52820.
    You will need to create an account, preview your photo, personalize your background and pay.
    If you have any questions please call the school or Jostens- 1-877-515-1447.
    December 18th will be makeup photos for everyone.
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  • UCPS HOLIDAY CARDS

    Congratulations, Ivan Cheah UCPS Holiday Card winner!!! Beginning next week, you will have a chance to order the winning card and share it with your family and friends. Team UCPS will run an online Living Tree Campaign to accept donations when ordering cards. We are asking for a minimum donation of $10 for 15 cards. All of the proceeds will go to the

    Cuthbertson Middle (Union County, NC)

    Art Department. Happy Holidays!

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  • CMS COUNSELORS PAGE
    Below is the link to the CMS Counselors Canvas page for anyone in need of Social Emotional Support.
    8th Grade Counselor Mr. Miller kurt.miller@ucps.k12.nc.us
    7th Grade Counselor Mrs. Williams rhonda.williams@ucps.k12.nc.us
    6th Grade Counselor Mrs. Harris melody.harris@ucps.k12.nc.us
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  • SOCIAL WORKER AND MENTAL HEALTH THERAPIST
    Parents, we wanted to make you aware that each UCPS school has an assigned social worker and mental health therapist. Mindy Huelle a Behavioral Health Therapist is assigned to the Cuthbertson Cluster. To contact Ms Huelle, see email below.
    Mindy.huelle@unioncountync.gov
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  • CAV STAFF SHOUT OUR FROM MR. MURRAY
    We would like to celebrate Marguerite Louis and Diane Scaduto for coordinating our Guess Who activity! What a great way to get to know your colleagues better. I have enjoyed hearing the staff discussion on their guesses. Thank you for this great activity.
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