• 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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    Did you know that your CABC membership helps pay for all the field maintenance at both Cuthbertson Middle and High Schools?
    The CABC also pays for the gymnasium floors to be refinished as well as many other items.

    Supporting the CABC helps create a beautiful and safe environment for the Cuthbertson athletes to play on.

    Memberships and Spiritwear will be available for purchase at all open houses this week.

    Stop by to say Hi!!!
    Go CAVS!!!

    You can also purchase your membership online at

    Cuthbertson Athletic Booster Club 

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  • 2019-2020 STUDENT HANDBOOK 
    Please click below to access the current 2019-2020 Cuthbertson Middle School Student Handbook

    2019-2020 Student Handbook 

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    Applications are due on August 30th for anyone interested in being a member of the Site-Based Management Team for the 2019-2020 school year. Applications are located on the Cuthbertson Middle website and can be emailed to or dropped off in the main office.
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    Student schedules will be mailed out by Friday, August 16th. Schedules are still being finalized so anything that is viewed online at this time is subject to change. We are not accepting any change requests at this time as schedules are not final. Change requests can be submitted during the back to school events but changes are not guaranteed.

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Featured Stories

  • 2019-2020 Orientation and Curriculum Nights

    Wednesday, August 21st is 6th grade orientation from 9:00-1:00. Doors will open at 8:15 for parents to come in and purchase spirit wear, PE uniforms and lunch tickets. 6th grade students will also be able to purchase a slice of pizza, chips and a drink for $5 at the door. Parents will then be asked to be out of the building by 9:00 so the students can enjoy their day. We will dismiss all students at 1:00 in the bus lot. We will have staff out front assisting students to their cars. Parents, please stay in line to ensure a safe and timely dismissal for all of our students. If you are going into 7th or 8th grade and are brand new to Cuthbertson, we will have a brief orientation for you on Thursday, August 22rd from 11:00-12:00 with spirit wear sales being held 30 minutes before and after. A new to Cuthbertson parent session will be held at 11:00 as well in the Media Center. Curriculum Night will be held on Wednesday, August 21st and Thursday, August 22nd from 6:30-8:15. Wednesday is for last names starting with A through M and Thursday is for last names starting N-Z. This is not a drop in event. Parents will rotate through their child’s schedule hearing about what your child will be learning this year. If you cannot make your scheduled night or need to attend for two children, you can attend either night but we are trying to split the events to keep traffic and crowds to a minimum. Curriculum Night is mainly intended for parents but children can attend if you like.

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  • Cavalier Connection Students Host Kindegarten Buddies

    The Cavalier Connection Students hosted their buddies from Wingate Elementary this morning. Cuthbertson Middle School Cavalier Connection has partnered with either Marshville Elementay or Wingate Elementary for 10 years. Cavalier Connection members had a great time interacting with their Kindergarten buddy. Students played board games, colored together, and played outside games as well on this beautiful day!

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  • The Butterfly Project

    In April, sixth grade students traveled to the Levine Jewish Community Center in Charlotte to take part in The Butterfly Project. The Butterfly Project was created to remember the past, act responsibly in the present, and promote a more peaceful future. This project teaches the lessons of the Holocaust and what can happen when prejudice, stereotyping, and discrimination are allowed to flourish. The ultimate goal is to help students understand how their role in society can promote acceptance and understanding. Each butterfly created was in memory of one of the 1.5 million Jewish children who perished in the Holocaust. No names are repeated. Since 2008, over 36,000 butterflies have been created at the Levine Jewish Community Center. While creating the butterflies, each child’s name was spoken out loud. It’s possible that this name had not been said since the child was alive. The butterflies that were created are on display in the display case at the front of the school. The teachers and students worked very hard on this project and it has deep meaning that will stay with students for a lifetime.

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