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  • ANNOUNCEMENT FROM CUTHBERTSON ATHLETIC BOOSTER CLUB

    Please be advised all rising 9th grader physicals have been transferred up to Cuthbertson High School. If you have any questions regarding these physicals, please direct them to the high school. Thank you.

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  • LAST PTSO NEWSLETTER THIS YEAR 
    Please find below your final PTSO newsletter for the 2018-2019 school year! We hope everyone enjoys their summer and we look forward to having even more volunteers in the fall.

    PTSO NEWSLETTER JUNE 3RD

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  • LOST AND FOND ITEMS 
    All lost and found items that are still remaining will be laid out in the pit all week long. Anything that is not claimed by the end of the week will be donated to a local school and organization. Please have your child search the lost and found throughout the week.

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  • PROCTORS NEEDED FOR TESTING 

    Parents we need your help! Please consider proctoring during testing. Below are the dates for testing.

    Thursday May 23

    Friday May 24

    Wednesday May 29

    Thursday May 30

    Friday May 31

    We need parent support in assisting the teachers to ensure a positive testing environment for our students. A brief training will be given at 8:15 in the morning in the Media Center before each test.

    Please contact Marguerite Louis at 704-296-0107 or by email at marguerite.louis@ucps.k12.nc.us You can also volunteer on the sign up genius that will be going out this week.

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  • LAST DAY FOR MEDIA CENTER BOOK CHECK OUTS 
    This is a reminder that the last day for students to check out media center books is Wednesday May 22nd. The deadline for students to return all media center books is Tuesday May 28th..

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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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  • Cuthbertson Student Organizes "Water Walk" To Bring Clean Drinking Water To South Sudan

    In February, Ms. Secker’s 7th grade ELA students at CMS began reading the book A Long Walk to Water by Linda Sue Park. During that time, students learned about the water crisis that is still happening in South Sudan, as well as the horrific experiences that the Lost Boys went through during the late 1980’s and into the early 2000’s. One student, John Bagdasarian, was particularly touched by the true story of Salva Dut, one of the Lost Boys of Sudan and his story of survival.

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