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  • Moving to Plan A with In Person Instruction Beginning April 12th

    As a reminder, on March 15th, the Union County Board of Education voted to move all schools to Plan A, with in-person instruction, five days a week, beginning Monday, April 12. Under recent legislation and State Board of Education policy, parents have the option to request a change from in-person (Plan A) or virtual (Plan D) instruction. The virtual academy option will continue to be made available at Cuthbertson.

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  • CMS Celebrates Music in Our Schools Month

    This March, music educators and music students are celebrating music education in their school communities demonstrating how music resonates with them. The impact of music education on the lives of students during this particular school year, unlike any other, is evident in how the social-emotional benefits have carried them through the pandemic and brought joy in their communities.

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  • Attention Parents of 8th Grade Students: High School Registration Information

    On Thursday March 11th, emails were sent today to all 8th graders school email accounts. The email provided a SignUp Genius link to reserve a spot to meet 1 on 1 with their designated HS counselor for next year. These sessions will take place later in March after the system closes to parents and students on March 19th at 5pm. Students MUST be registered for classes prior to meeting with HS counselor. Time is limited per session (10 minutes) and will NOT be utilized to begin the course selection process

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  • Who Can Build The Tallest Pyramid?

    Sixth Grade students in Mrs. Haydn's social studies classes are studying ancient Egypt and learning about the construction of pyramids. Students were given marshmallows and toothpicks to try and create the tallest pyramid! They had 15 minutes to complete the activity.

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  • Preparing for high school: program options, key dates, resources and more

    Through various academies, pathways, and courses, students have access to a number of rigorous programs that will prepare them for college and/or the workforce. UCPS has developed a webpage to guide families and inform them about virtual information sessions, key dates and links to important resources.

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  • Happy New Year! : Update From Mr. Murray

    Happy New Year! Parents, students and teachers thank you for an excellent first semester! I would like to thank the CMS PTSO and our entire community for your continued support. I know everyone, including myself is glad to see 2020 in our rearview mirror. We realize that this was one semester unlike any other. Your students should be proud of the work they accomplished.

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  • Happy Holidays from The CMS Band Program

    Happy holidays from the Band program! Please enjoy our gift to you which is our Virtual Winter Concert. Each grade worked on and performed a piece for the concert. It begins with 8th grade playing "Instant Christmas Concert", 7th grade playing "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer" and 6th grade playing "Jingle Bells".

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  • CMS To Take Part in Winter Coat Drive with Wingate Elementary

    Attention Cav Families: CMS is taking part in a winter coat drive with Wingate Elementary this holiday season. Cuthbertson Middle will be providing coats to Wingate kindergarten students and we NEED YOUR SUPPORT. If you are interested in purchasing a winter coat please select a slot below as they are labeled by gender and size. It is important to make sure this is a coat students can wear in freezing weather (no pullovers or hoodies). We are asking donors to place the coat in a holiday gift bag that is labeled with the gender and size.

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  • CMS Student Named in Top Ten Finalists for UCPS Holiday Card Contest

    CMS would like to send a big shout out to Ivan Cheah, 7th grade student for being named as one of the top 10 finalists in the UCPS Holiday Card contest. Union County Public Schools is home to hundreds of student artists. For many years, the district has celebrated these students through a holiday card contest. UCPS has named the top 10 finalists for this year’s competition. Approximately 230 cards were submitted from a variety of grade levels and schools. The finalists will be honored at a special virtual celebration on Friday, Nov. 20.

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  • Teachers Show Support for Child of Fellow Teacher: #SullyStrong

    Ashlyn Sullivan, daughter of Cheryl Sullivan, 8th Grade Math Teacher at CMS, has recently been diagnosed with Hodgkins Lymphoma and will be undergoing chemotherapy treatment at St. Jude's hospital. Ashlyn's softball team has shown their support for Ashlyn by designing and selling t shirts/hoodies which read "Sully Strong". Pictured are 8th grade Cuthbertson Middle School teachers showing their support for Ashlyn and the Sullivan family by wearing their "Sully Strong" t shirts. #SullyStrong

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  • Students Learn about Explorers Through 3D Web Quest

    Students in Mr. Garner's 7th Grade Science Classes used Google Earth during their Age of Exploration unit in Social Studies. Students completed a WebQuest activity which allow them to experience a guided tour to learn about the explorers they were studying in class

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  • Hispanic Heritage Month

    Despite an unusual beginning of the year with mask breaks and continuous simultaneous participation (using small whiteboards), the Spanish class celebrated Hispanic Heritage month with a set of "culture days"(weekly lessons) where students have learned about the Spanish speaking world; their countries, their traditions, their music, their foods, and all the contributions that Hispanics and Latinos have brought to America through the years.

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  • Important CMS Update from Mr. Murray: September 23rd

    Yesterday UCPS made an announcement regarding instructional models and schedules. Under Plan B a decision was made to expand learning options, including adding a second day of in-person instruction for those families who opt for face-to-face teaching and learning

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  • Board of Education names members of Citizens Advisory Committee for Diversity

    This Board approved committee will serve as a forum to address conversations about diversity and promote a school community that embraces acceptance, denounces, and takes action against prejudice and discrimination.

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  • All UCPS students eligible to receive free breakfast and lunch

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture has extended a waiver that will allow all Union County Public Schools students to receive breakfast and lunch free of charge until Dec. 31, 2020.

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  • UCPS Academics team host Connect and Chat: Canvas Resources

    UCPS hosts Facebook Live to answer questions about how to navigate Canvas.

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  • Back to the U: Have questions about Canvas? We have answers

    UCPS has a variety of resources to help parents navigate Canvas. Learn about quick tips for access, how to download the mobile app and more.

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  • Weekly Update from Mr. Murray August 23rd

    Good evening Cavalier families, this is Mr. Murray with your weekly update from Cuthbertson Middle for August 23rd.

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  • Welcome Back to School Update From Mr. Murray August 16th

    Welcome Back to School Update Good evening Cavalier families, this is Mr. Murray with your weekly update from Cuthbertson Middle. The 2020-21 school year is under-way. I would like to thank all of our teachers for creating such great introductory videos for our families. Also, I want to thank our office staff for doing everything needed to get this year started on the right track. The first day for students is tomorrow morning and our doors open at 8:35 each day. All students need to be in homerooms by the 9:05 bell. I have attached a short video for students and families below on what students can expect when they arrive school this week.

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  • Welcome Back To School Update From Mr. Murray

    Good evening Cavalier families, this is Mr. Murray with another update from Cuthbertson Middle. The 2020-21 school year is under-way. I would like to thank all of our teachers for creating such great introductory videos for our families. Also, I want to thank our office staff for doing everything needed to get this year on the right track. Below is my welcome back powerpoint along with two brief videos on understanding our schedule and navigating our webpage.

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