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  • Student Feedback Requested from Student Council! Students, click here to give your input on the Cuthbertson High School 10 Year Anniversary Homecoming and the Beginning of the Year Activities survey!

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  • Senior Week - Please click here for details on our Senior Week activities!

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  • Waiver and Recovery - Waiver and Recovery is underway. Students who reach 8 or more absences in any class should see Mrs. Rutowski during their lunch.

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  • Exam Information - Spring semester exams will be given June 4-7. Please click here for the detailed schedule.

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  • Vierengel Honors Ebert in UCPS "Sweet Salute"

    CHS senior Maia Vierengel was recently awarded a Union County Education Foundation Scholarship. Part of the application process was to write a “Teacher Tribute” to a UCPS teacher outlining what this teacher had meant to her personally and to her education. Maia, who plays alto and soprano saxophone and has been in Band all four years of her high school career, chose Band Director Todd Ebert to write about in her essay.

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  • Cavs get Career Ready with Mock Interviews

    Many Cuthbertson students have not yet faced the daunting task of a formal job interview. Last week, CTE students got their chance to put their best foot forward with businessmen from the Cuthbertson community. Mr. Michael Vaccaro, CTE teacher, welcomed Patrick Ryan of Goodwin Recruiting, Vince Frattaroli of Continental Tire, Dave Koch of AIG, and Dave Kobziak of Wells Fargo to conduct mock interview with students. The four volunteers generously donated an entire day to interview students from 4 sections of Principles of Business and Career Management.

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  • Marketing Students Develop Digital Literacy

    Mrs. Joellen Plyler knows that her students need to learn more than just basic marketing principles to be competitive in the 21st century. Wanting to fully prepare her students for careers in the future marketplace, Mrs. Plyler supplemented her standard curriculum with activities related to digital literacy and social media marketing.

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