Announcements

  • PRINCIPAL FOR A DAY AT CUTHBERTSON MIDDLE 

    Mrs. Noelle Grimm the Volunteer Coordinator from the Humane Society of Union County was our Principal for the Day today

    Noelle

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  • PTSO NOVEMBER NEWSLETTER 

    The November 2018 PTSO Newsletter is now available- just click below 

    November PTSO Newsletter

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  • HOMEROOM WINNERS 
    GO FOR THE GOLD CAMPAIGN
    Thank you to all that joined the Battle of the Homerooms and donated to the Go For The Gold campaign. Together, we raised over $15,000 which will be invested into CMS. The top two fundraising classes for each grade will receive Cuthbertson water bottles and the teacher will receive a gift card to Target for school supplies. Congratulations to the following classes:

    6th grade: 1st place is Ms. Gardiner 2nd place is Mr. Jensen

    7th grade: 1st place is Mr. Bready 2nd place is Mr. Hancock

    8th grade: 1st place winner is Mrs. Marryatt 2nd place is Mr. Savoni

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  • CUTHBERTSON MIDDLE SCHOOL SPIRIT WEAR
    PTSO ONLINE STORE NOW OPEN
    The PTSO Online Store is now open! It will be open through November 21st with all items being delivered in early December. We have a new navy t-shirt in short and long sleeve and a new navy hoodie in addition to all of the classic favorites including PE uniforms. Please visit the site by the 21st to order:

    Click to Shop Now 

     

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  • CHAMPIONSHIP GAME HIGHLIGHTS NOVEMBER 10TH 

    6th Grade

    Cuthbertson's young Cavs capture their first 6th-grade title!

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  • WINTERGUARD 

    Looking for a fun group? Winterguard is a fun dance group for all grades and will begin practicing Thursday November 15 from 4-6.

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  • HOLIDAY BAZAAR 


    Bazaar

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  • PLEASE PICK UP STUDENTS IN CAR RIDER LINE 

    Parents: For safety reasons please pick your children up in the car rider line, please do not pick students up in the teacher lot or on the road parallel to Cuthbertson Road.

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  • ATTENTION PARENTS:  STUDENT APPOINTMENTS DURING THE DAY 

    Please send a note in with your child if you will picking them up for an appointment during the day. By sending in a note your child will be in the front office waiting for you when you arrive this will help to limit the interruptions to our instructional time. The last early dismissal is at 3:00.

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  • STUDENT ITEMS FORGOTTEN AT HOME

    Students will not be called out of class for any items they forget at home. A note will be placed on the message board and it is the students responsibility to check the message board for any forgotten items. Cell phones will NOT be accepted as a drop off in the front office.

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  • DEBATE CLUB 

    The debate club gives students of all abilities a fun way of developing their oracy skills. We use different activities to help students with their critical thinking and confident communication. The club could also help students to become more informed about political and global affairs, or provide a venue for students to train for debate competitions with local school, or at a national level.

    Sign Up For Debate Club 

    SponsorMr. Lyons 

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  • SCIENCE OLYMPIAD 
    The Science Olympiad club is a fun way to learn more about a variety of topics spanning from forensics to anatomy. With a total of 23 events, we gather to compete against teams from all over North Carolina. Being on the Science Olympiad team requires patience and commitment. Throughout the year, we will be developing study guides and/or working on building a structure or vehicle to prepare us for our Regional Tournament. Along the way, you will be learning about the fundamentals of teamwork while making new friends who have to same interests in science as you!
     
     
     
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  • BATTLE BOOKS CLUB MEETING TUESDAY NOVEMBER 13TH

     BOB

    The Battle of the Books Club will meet on Tuesday November 13th in Mr. Guylitto's room from 7:30 AM to 8:15 AM. We will have our google hangouts discussion session with Jennifer Richard Jacobson, author of Paper Things. 

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  • BOX TOPS CLASSROOM WINNERS

    We would like to thank all of the families who returned box tops for our Box top Competition, together we raised almost a $1,000! A big shout out to Ms. Sinople’s class for bringing in 1,044 box tops! The class that collected the most per grade will receive a bag of sports equipment for Team Time.

    6th Grade Winner – Ms. Shelley with 432, 2nd place – Mr. Noto with 405 & 3rd place - Ms. Delp with 343

    7th Grade Winner – Ms. Sinople with 1,044, 2nd place – Mr. Bready with 665 & 3rd place – Ms. Raffy with 512

    8th Grade Winner – Ms. Amos with 402, 2nd place – Ms. Lonon with 333 & 3rd place – Ms. Smith with 258

    Keep on cutting those Box Tops we will have another competition in the Spring!

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  • UCPS HOLIDAY CARD CONTEST

    The UCPS Holiday Card contest is back, and we’re looking for students to create festive artwork to celebrate the upcoming holiday season!

    Holiday Card Contest Information 

     
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  • SILENT READING MONDAYS 
    Parents silent reading Mondays will begin for all students on Monday October 1st. Please remind your student that they will need to have a book with them during this time frame

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  • POWERSCHOOL PARENT PORTAL 
    The Powerschool parent portal has now been turned
    on and parents should be able to access student grades. Progress reports will be sent home early this week.

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  • PTSO FUNDRAISER GO FOR THE GOLD

    Our PTSO conducts one fundraising event each year. The campaign is named Go for the Gold and all proceeds benefit CMS (visit the CMS PTSO Website to see a listing of all that we support). Attached is a flyer for details on the giving levels and the gifts for each. Please consider supporting CMS and going for the Gold this year!

    GO FOR THE GOLD FLYER 

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  • STUDENT PUBLIC LIBRARY ACCOUNTS AND ACCESS

    LEAP

    This is a reminder on the UCPS partnership with the Union County Public Llibrary System. Student accounts are now active! . To access the digital resources, students use their UCPS ID number for the login and the PIN or password is the year of their birth. Click below to view a brochure which lists all the library locations, the digital resources, and the check policies for all UCPS students! #LEAP #LibraryLife

    Public Library Brochure 

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  • NO TECHNOLOGY FEES THIS YEAR

    Please remember that students ARE NOT required to pay the twenty five dollar Technology fee this year.

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  • UCPS PROMOTES TECH HEALTHY FAMILIES

     

    Tech Healthy Families

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  • LAPTOP/CHROMEBOOK SLEEVES NOT REQUIRED THIS YEAR

    Parents
    Remember that the new Chromebooks (Lenovo Chromebook N23S) have an Extreme Hard Shell protective case and additional sleeves will not be required in grades 6-12.

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  • HERE COMES THE BUS APP 

    Bus

    Know the real-time location of your child's bus at your fingertips! Download the FREE Here Comes the Bus app tonight. You will need your child's student ID number to register and this can be obtained from your child's school. #UCPSBTS

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  • Please click on the links below for recommended school supply list by grade level. 

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  • The UCPS Athletics mobile apps are available through iTunes or Google. Union County Athletics is the go-to source for all schedules, scores, news, photos and more. Now you can access photos, videos, comments, stats and live scores on your device.

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  • Here Comes the Bus App

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  • Union County Public Schools (UCPS) announced the launch of UCPS Snapshots, an e-newsletter that will provide community members with timely information about district programs and the great work that staff and students are doing in the school district’s 53 schools.

    Subscribers will also learn about literacy initiatives, resources for college and career readiness, the district’s new strategic plan as well as ways community members can volunteer and get involved in our schools.

    To sign up, click here or text UCPSNEWS to 22828. 

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  • 2017 - 2018 Registration Information

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  • UCPS has PowerSchool Parent Portal for parents to check students' academic progress. If you are new to UCPS, legal parents or guardians may obtain parent access codes for CMS students by bringing a photo ID to the front office during normal business hours.

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