Announcements

  • BATTLE BOOKS CLUB MEETING THIS TUESDAY OCTOBER 23rd

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    The Battle of the Books Club will meet on Tuesday October 23rd in the media center from 7:30 AM to 8:15 AM. Club members will have a title/author quiz and should be ready to select five to six expert titles at this meeting.

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  • BOOK FAIR OPEN ALL WEEK

    Our book fair is open all week long! Shop from 8:15 AM to 8:45 AM or during activity time! Visit our book fair homepage for more information: 

    Book Fair Home Page

    Which book will you choose? #mybookfair

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  • BASKETBALL TRYOUTS 
    Boys and Girls basketball tryouts begin this Monday, October 15.

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  • ABSTINENCE LETTERS

    Abstinence letters will be going home with report cards this week, please complete these forms for your student even if you have completed one earlier in the year. All forms need to be returned to your students homeroom teacher by Friday October 26.

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  • THANKSGIVING DINNER FOOD DRIVE

    Our school is once again partnering with Five Stones Church to collect items for Thanksgiving dinner for local families in need. Beta Club students will be coming around to homerooms tomorrow to collect items brought in by you and your students. We are collecting specific items- not just any canned food or other non-perishable. CMS provides most of the sides and Five Stones adds the turkey and other perishables.
    Here are the items needed: Canned corn, Canned green beans, Canned yams, Canned cranberry sauce, Canned turkey/chicken gravy, Cans/cartons of chicken or veggie broth, Bags/boxes of stuffing, Boxes of mashed potatoes

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  • 2019-2020 Calendar Survey

    We want to hear from you! Union County Public Schools is conducting a survey to gather input for the 2019-2020 calendar. We encourage you to participate and learn more about the calendar planning process. The survey will close Sunday, October 21 at midnight.  If you receive an error message, please try refreshing your page or changing Internet browsers.  Thank you for your cooperation.

    School Calendar Requirements   UCPS School Calendar Guidelines  State Law GS_115C-84.2

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Featured Stories

  • An "Enchanted Forest of Books" at Your Fall Book Fair

    It's Scholastic Book Fair time and we invite you to an "Enchanted Forest of Books" in the Cuthbertson Middle School media center October 15th through October 26th. We will have a wonderful selection of engaging and affordable books for every reading level. Did you know that reading just 20 minutes a day exposes your child to about 1.8 million words per year? Reading helps students develop a stronger vocabulary, and in addition, students who read for pleasure average higher grades in English, mathematics, science, and history!

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  • Digital Literacy and Social Media Class to be Offfered to 8th Grade Students

    Students in the Digital Literacy/Social Media class will partner with Mrs. Bost, our Media Coordinator and will work with a variety of Digital Literacy content. Students must be able to work independently and collaboratively in this course. Students will learn about the following in this course: History of Social Media Positive and Negative Influences of Social Media today Opportunites to use a variety of digital platforms to design products and share information such as digital video and photography skills and video editing software. Investigating verbal and nonverbal communication to present ideas "Netiquette" and Digital Citizenship Ethical Use of Digital Resources Our digital lives have become an integral part of our daily experiences. Students will gain knowledge and skills in this class that they will continue to use thorughout their lifetime. Interested students should see Mrs. Bost or Mr. Marcello to pick up an an application.

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  • Cavalier Club Walk 2018

    Cuthbertson Middle School students enjoyed a special “Club Walk” on Thursday, September 27th around the Cavalier pit during activity time. All clubs in the school were represented and sponsors or current club members were present to answer any questions for interested students. Each club had its own club table, with brochures, handouts, flyers, presentations, displays, sign up sheets, etc. Students were able to walk around the pit, taking time to exlore the different clubs, while collecting information and signing up for those clubs which peaks their interests. There were so many opportunities for students and many had a hard time choosing.

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