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  • Spanish Classes Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

    Students in the 8th grade Spanish class celebrated the "Fiestas Patrias" (Chilean Independence Day)  dancing "Cueca" and learned about Mr. Ruiz' home country. Similarly, with the Chilean and other Latin American countries' independence commemorations, the Spanish classes are kicking  off the 2022 National Hispanic Heritage month celebrations!

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  • PTSO News

    Join the PTSO! It is not too early to join the PTSO! We are looking for the support of all families. We do not have fundraisers at the middle school, so all of our funds come directly from the generous donations of our families. Please join through our online store today, via our website.

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  • School Nutrition

    Since Sept. 2020, school districts around the state have been allowed to operate under the Universal Free Meal program which allowed all students to receive free meals. This USDA waiver was expanded in response to COVID. UCPS was informed in June 2022 that COVID meal waivers have expired and the federal government will not renew meals at no cost to all students for the 2022-2023 school year. With this change, breakfast or lunch meals are no longer free for students enrolled in Union County Public Schools for the 2022-2023 school year.

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  • Seventh Grade Students Explore "Source Museums"

    Mrs. Sinople’s SS class reviewed primary and secondary sources today by walking through a “Source Museum”. Students interacted with a WWII artifact, textbook, biography, diary, map, police report, and a copy of the US Constitution. “It was awesome to hear them discuss and question each other on what type of source the item could be. They had to explain their thinking to each other,” said Mrs. Sinople. Students love hands-on activities because it helps them remember the skill and it’s fun!

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  • Summer Bridge Program Students Participate in Passport to High School Day

    On July 26, students from the Cuthbertson Middle Summer Bridge Program participated in Passport to High School Day. They stopped at stations to get useful high school information, such as graduation requirements and driver's education. They also heard from a guest speaker about having a growth mindset. The UCPS schools who took part in the program included Weddington, Marvin Ridge, and Parkwood Middle Schools. 

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  • Yearlong Chinese Class Visits Asian Market

    Before Spring Break, the 8th grade Chinese yearlong students went on a field trip to New Asia Market! There, they explored Chinese culture through a culinary experience and were able to practice their Mandarin skills. “I think the field trip was fun and informative: I learned about how to order food [using Chinese] we learned in class,” said Aditya Kritam. “I saw how many foods were there that I had never seen,” said Jackson Leighton.

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  • Guest Speakers from SPCC and State Utility Contractors Share Information with Cavs Students

    Last week in Mr. Dillard's Career Exploration classes, guest speakers from SPCC and State Utility Contractors shared information about careers and post-secondary educational opportunities. Students learned about careers in electrical trades and engineering from SPCC and participated in an electrical circuit challenge.

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  • Cuthbertson Bands Perform at "Music for All" Southeastern Regional in Atlanta Georgia

    Both the Cuthbertson High School Blue Note Winds and the Cuthbertson Middle School Honor Band performed on Wednesday, March 23rd, at the Music for All Southeastern Regional in Atlanta, GA. All the students performed spectacularly well and the Blue Notes performance of Maslanka’s Traveler was one of the best performances Mrs. Ebert has ever seen from them.

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  • Eighth Grade ELA Students Participate in Gallery Walk

    On Friday January 28th, Mrs. Secker's eighth grade ELA students participated in a gallery walk for their Critical Literacy One Pagers. This activity requires students to use skills from the Critical Literacy Workshop and then synthesize information from their current contemporary novels. Students provide text evidence, summaries, character analysis, and connections to their own identities.

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  • Updates January 23rd, 2022

    Good evening Cavalier families, this is Mr. Murray with your weekly update from Cuthbertson Middle. Report Cards will be going home with students on Tuesday, January 25th. Please click story title for more updates.

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  • What's New?

    Monday is a Holiday and Tuesday January 18th is an optional teacher workday. Students do not report to school on these dates. The second semester will begin on Wednesday January 19th. All students will receive new schedules in homeroom Wednesday. Please check our announcements and calendar sections on the web site for more information regarding club meetings, events, etc. Please click story title for more news.

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  • Chinese Class and Art Class Students Pair to Design Shadow Puppets

    This winter, Ms. Liao partnered with Ms. Peppard for an interdisciplinary cultural experience! Over the course of one week, Chinese and art students formed groups to learn about the art elements to make shadow puppets. Students also learned Chinese literature and shadow puppetry history in China. Students made puppets and created a story of their own. Through teamwork and collaboration, the students presented their own take of the Chinese legend Journey to the West.

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  • Updates and Reminders

    Parents this is a critical part of the school year for students, please talk with your students about staying focused and finishing the semester strong. Students who missed picture day earlier in the year or would like to retake their photo will have the opportunity to do so on Tuesday, December 7th.

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  • Cav Students Enjoy Corresponding with Chilean Pen Pals

    Mr. Ruiz's eighth grade Spanish Class students received their first pen pal letters back from Chile! About a month ago, students from the Spanish yearlong class sent letters to students from Santiago. They introduce themselves in the target language (Spanish) and wrote about their interests and hobbies. Their Chilean pen pals answer back in English as that is the foreign language they are studying.

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  • CMS Winter Cheer Team Celebrates Veterans In A Special Way

    The CMS Winter Cheer Team was honored to be a part of the American Legion Waxhaw Veterans Day Remembrance and Flag Ceremony. They represented CMS with pride. Each girl presented a red rose and a message of thankfulness to the veterans in attendance. The squad participated in the retiring of many worn flags. It was a great lesson in why we get the day off! The veterans were thankful for the spirit and joy that the squad brought to the day.

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  • Sending a Shout Out to Our School Psychologist, Mrs. Jennifer Robertson

    We would like to give a huge shoutout to Mrs. Jennifer Robertson, our School Psycologist! We are so grateful for Mrs. Robertson & the impactful work she does for the whole school community at Cuthbertson Middle! Happy School Psychologists Week!

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  • Enjoy A Week of Fun While Giving to Help Those In Need: CMS Student Council Food Drive

    CMS Student Council is hosting a Food Drive November 15th through November 19th. Bring in a minimum of one item per day for the food Drive and participate in School Spirit Week. Celebrate with a week full of fun while giving at the same time!

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  • Purchasing Basketball Tickets

    ALL basketball tickets this year must be purchased electronically. We are not accepting cash before games. All information on how to purchase tickets has been emailed to students canvas accounts and has also been posted on the web site and social media.

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  • Students Discover the French Revolution

    On Wednesday, October 28th in Mrs. Sinople's and Ms. Griffith's classes students were immersed into the life of the French Revolution. Students worked in groups to work on skits from major events of the revolution while using props they made themselves to really put them in the shoes of the French people.

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  • School Picture Day: November 5th

    Carolina Photography will be at our school to photograph fall pictures for the yearbook on 11/5/21. Students should be bringing home informational flyers on Thursday October 28th or on Friday October 29th.

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