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    Chatham Middle School will partner with parents and the community to provide our students with a nurturing and accepting environment.

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  • 2015 Bus Driver of the Year

    Deborah Ferguson was selected as CMS 2015 Bus Driver of the Year. The award was presented to her by Mr. Joel Caviness, Transportation Director.

  • 2015-16 Teacher of the YEar

    Mrs. Cox , 7/8th grade science teacher, named CMS Teacher of the Year.

  • Jr. Beta Officers meet with FUMC

    Beta Club Officers: Joseph Lozada, president; Lindley Andrew, vice president; Kayli McIntosh, secretary; Janet Solano, treasurer provide information at FUMC WOW on success of Fuel UP Backpack Program

  • IAOY 2015-16

    Mrs. Josephine Neal, Exceptional Children's Assistant, is the Instructional Assistant of the Year for the 2015-16 school year. Congratulations!

  • CEF Showcase

    Science Olympiad and Beta Club represent CMS at Chatham Education Foundation School Showcase

  • Earth Day

    As part of Earth Day 2015, Dr. Marga Theelen speaks to students about littering and importance of recycling.

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Upcoming Events
Tomorrow
5/5/2015
- Soccer at Silk Hope
4:15 PM - 6:15 PM
- Baseball at Silk Hope
4:15 PM - 6:15 PM
5/6/2015
- Soccer JS Waters
4:15 PM - 5:15 PM
5/7/2015
- Curriculum Night
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
 
School Announcements
PROCTORS NEEDED
We are in need of proctors for the End of Grade Tests. The State requires that every classroom administering an EOG must have a proctor in the classroom. We do not have enough staff members to serve in that role. We rely on community volunteers to help us meet the requirement. We will be administering the EOG the week of May 25th through June 5th.  If you are available to proctor, please contact Mrs. Sherry Elmore at (919) 66-2414 or email her at scourie@chatham.k12.nc.us for more details. 
Students plant tree as part of Earth Day 2015
Students participating in the Homework Helpers program sponsored by Communities in School (CIS) took some time to celebrate Earth Day 2015 by planting a tree on campus. CIS volunteers provided the tree and talked to the students about the importance of protecting our environment. The students, along with the volunteers, chose the location on campus to plant the tree as a way to recognize Earth Day. Students will be responsible for taking care of the tree. 
Beta Club Officers Speak at FUMC WOW
On Wednesday, April 15th, the Beta Club Officers met at First United Methodist Church of Siler City to discuss the Fuel Up Backpack Program's success this school year. Beta Club officers: Joseph Lozada, president; Lindley Andrews, vice-president; Kayli McIntosh, secretary, and Janet Solano, treasurer, shared at the FUMC Wide Open Wednesday (WOW) about the importance of the backpack program and the success during the first year of the program.  FUMC is a faith community partner that provides backpacks to food insecure students throughout the school year. Students receive backpacks filled with nutritious foods for the weekend. "FUMC has been a great partner in helping meet the needs of our students beyond the classroom.  Without their help and support, we would not be able to provide a backpack program," stated Mr. Morgan, principal. Please contact First United Methodist Church or the school if you are interested in how you can support the Backpack Program.   
 
2015-16 Teacher of the Year
Chatham Middle is happy to announce that Mrs. Jamie Cox, 7/8th Science teacher, has been named 2015-16 Teacher of the Year. We are very proud and happy for Mrs. Cox. The faculty nominated teachers for the award and cast their votes. Mrs. Cox will be a great representative for our school. 
FUEL UP BACKPACK PROGRAM
Chatham Middle has partnered with First United Methodist Church of Siler City to initiate a Fuel Up Backpack program. The program provides weekend meals for CMS 6th grade students who are food insecure. "We are excited to be able to partner with the church to provide a service for our students that did not exist. The backpacks will provide nutritious food for students that otherwise my go without," stated Mr. Morgan. If you would like to help support the backpack program, you can make monetary donations at the school that will go directly to First United Methodist Church. "We are excited to have a community partner and look forward to the backpack program growing."