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  • Cavs Prepare for Testing

    Second semester exams begin on Friday, May 27, 2022 and end on Thursday, June 2. Exams begin promptly at 8:00 a.m. and end at approximately 12:30 p.m. All students taking a course for credit are required to attend the review session and take the exam during this testing window. The schedule for exams is as follows: May 27, 1st block exam. May 31, 2nd block exam. June 1, 3rd block exam. June 2, 4th block exam. May 30 is the Memorial Day holiday.

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  • Fiber Friends Recognize Earth Day

    To celebrate Earth Day, the CHS Fiber Friends club worked in collaboration with Jacinda Scarbofough to yarn bomb the local 923 Crafts store in Monroe! Yarn bombs are a form of community and street art that seek to send an important message to viewers. Fiber Friends club members used the skills they've learned this year to create 12" by 12" 'granny squares,' which were then stitched together to surround trees and promote Earth Day and sustainability efforts.

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  • Blue Note Winds to Perform at All Southeastern Regional

    This year our first block band, the Blue Note Winds, was selected by audition to perform at the Music for All Southeastern Regional in Atlanta. This is very exciting as they are representing the state of North Carolina for high school band in this regional!

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  • FFA Week Plans Announced

    This is the 75th Anniversary of National FFA Week! It always encompasses George Washington’s birthday (February 22, 1732) to commemorate his dedication and involvement in agriculture. Read more at their website! Our CHS FFA (pictured above at the NC State Fair) will be showing our FFA spirit by participating in each day's theme!

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  • Cavs Recognize Cultural Holiday

    On January 8, 2022, students from Cuthbertson High School delivered 85 gifts to 21 families in Union County in celebration of "3 Kings Day," a traditional Latino holiday. In collaboration with Gustavo Arevalo, UCPS Latino Outreach Coordinator, Stacie Thompson's Spanish classes and Spanish club at CHS worked together for several months learning about the cultural importance of this holiday in the Latino community, organizing, donating, wrapping, and finally delivering the gifts directly to the families' homes.

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  • Cavs Host Bob Ross Night

    More than 90 students and teachers enjoyed a social evening of learning to paint like Bob Ross on December 9. Bob Ross was a popular American painter who lived from 1942-1995 and was the creator of the PBS program “The Joy of Painting.”

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  • CHS Sponsors Giving Tree Project

    CHS is once again sponsoring 20 local teens through the Union County Christmas Bureau Giving Tree. This is an annual CHS undertaking. As a school community we have contributed to it every year since we opened and have fulfilled hundreds of wishes for children right here in Union County. Students, staff members, clubs, classes, departments, families and community members have all come forward to make the project a great success. If you would like to donate please use the Signup Genius linked on the full article page available by clicking this article's headline above. Gifts should be returned unwrapped but if there is a Gift ID # and Family ID # in the signup, those should be included on a tag or sticky note so we know whose bag to put the gift in.

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  • Homecoming 2021 Plans Announced

    Join Cavs Nation as we celebrate Homecoming 2021! Spirit Week will kick off Homecoming week with the following days: Monday, 9/27 - PJ Day; Tuesday, 9/28 - Country vs Country Club; Wednesday, 9/29 - Beach Day; Thursday, 9/30 - Sorority vs Fraternity; Friday, 10/1 - Color Wars (Freshmen wear white, Sophomores wear navy, Juniors wear gold, Seniors wear black!)

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  • CHS CHAMBER WINDS Achieves Third Place in The American Prize in CHAMBER MUSIC Performance Contest, 2021

    Below, please find the official national announcement for our band’s win! Band Director Todd Ebert said, “The Cuthbertson band program strives to represent our school, county, and state with excellence and achievement. I am so proud of all the musicians involved in this school ensemble. We will continue to work and provide positively life-changing musical opportunities for our students. Thank you to all the admin at Cuthbertson schools and to our wonderful support staff at the board office for continuing to support music education in Union County.”

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  • CHS Track Teams are State Champs!

    It’s official – the Cuthbertson High School Girls and Boys Track teams are STATE CHAMPIONS! The competition was held in Greensboro June 26, 2021. The young ladies won their first ever 3A outdoor state championship and for the 5th year in a row the women took home a state championship! We had some record-breaking performances with two 3A state records in the 4x800 and @AlyssaPreisano in the 1600 who doubled back for the 800 as well!

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  • Congratulations, Class of 2021

    This is a very special week for the Class of 2021! On Wednesday, June 2, we will hold Graduation Rehearsal. This is required for all Seniors. Time: 10:00 a.m. Location: CHS Football field What to wear: Dress comfortably, school-appropriate What to bring: Just yourself!

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  • FCCLA Members Qualify for Nationals

    Three CHS FCCLA (Family Career Community Leaders of America) club members participated in the North Carolina State Leadership Conference the week of April 5th. This event was held virtually. CHS sophomores Madison Blosser, Averie Davis, and Shaaron Devanand won a silver medal for their Cocoa Loco Cakes in the Food Innovations event.

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  • Chamber Winds Named Semi-finalists in The American Prize National Music Competition

    A year ago on the March 13 weekend of 2020, our Cuthbertson Chamber Winds, Percussion Ensemble, Brass Ensemble, and Clarinet Choir were scheduled to perform at the Music For All National Chamber and Percussion festivals in Indianapolis, Indiana. Circumstances prevented these performances but not before the Chamber Winds were able to play their final school concert the day before quarantine dismissal.

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  • Preview for Cuthbertson Varsity Football 2021

    A change of mindset has been found amongst the Cuthbertson Varsity Football team in 2021. Second-year head coach Trey Kavanaugh has implemented a new playstyle, new identity, and new goals this season that will ultimately lead to one thing: winning.

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  • Hill Reflects on XC Career

    Dominant. That’s the only word appropriate to describe Madeline Hill’s illustrious four-year Cross Country career at Cuthbertson High. Madeline’s high school accomplishments consist of fifteen first place finishes, three NCHSAA 3A Midwest regional first place finishes, and two NCHSAA 3A State Championship individual titles. We talk about Madeline’s Cross Country career as a whole, her secrets to success, and what’s next after high school.

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  • Health Classes Study Emotional / Mental Health

    Students in Ms. Helms’, Ms. Marchand’s, and Mr. Caputi’s Health classes have been studying a Mental / Emotional health unit this week. Students learned about conditions such as Bi-Polar Disorder, anxiety, stress, depression, and eating disorders. The students researched famous people who had mental illnesses, gained knowledge of stress management techniques, learned about the importance of family and friend support, and had the opportunity to participate in a Mental Scavenger Hunt and life management skills discussion.

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  • Preview for Cuthbertson Men’s Varsity Basketball 2021

    2021 brings great change to the Men’s Varsity Basketball team, beyond COVID-19 protocols and restrictions. With a new Head Coach, and eight new varsity players, this team is a clean slate. Christopher Caputi, previously the assistant coach for the 2019-20 season, has been elevated to Head Coach. This change has Tre Branham, one of five seniors on the team this season, very excited. “I'm looking forward to a new opportunity to win and start a new legacy under Coach Caputi. He's a great coach who has his mind set on winning and improving all the time, and he pushes us to want to be winners.”

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  • Kennedy Completes Officer Certificate Program

    We are proud to announce that our very own School Resource Officer, Deputy James Kennedy, has successfully completed the North Carolina Justice Academy School Resource Officer Certificate Program. He completed the program with over four hundred hours of required training. Deputy Kennedy has dedicated himself to making our school safer for our students and staff. He is the 297th participant to complete the program since it began in 2002.

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  • FFA Competes in Virtual Veterinary CDE

    The CHS FFA Junior and Senior teams competed in the University of Mount Olive’s Virtual Veterinary Science Career Development Event on Friday November 13. The Virtual Veterinary Science CDE consists of five main parts: Parasite ID, Equipment ID, Breed ID, a knowledge practicum, and a math practicum.

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  • CHS Annual Holiday Gift Drive

    Partnering with the Union County Christmas Bureau has been an annual CHS tradition for many years. Staff, students, clubs, and community members have regularly provided gifts of clothing, toys, and school supplies to fulfill the wish lists of children right here in Union County by choosing gift tags from the tree located in our Media Center. This year we are sponsoring 20 teens as well as assisting with a warm clothing drive to provide for needs within several Union County Public Schools.

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