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

  • 8th Grade IXL Rockstars

    Mrs. Moody's 8th Grade IXL Rockstars!

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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.

  • Region 5 Teacher of the YEar

    Mrs. Massoth, 6th grade dual language teacher, named Region 5 Teacher of the Year.

  • Jr. Beta Performs Well at State Convention

    Lindley Andrew, 7th grade, and David Figueroa, 8th grade, qualified for National Beta Convention.

  • Science Olympiad Competes

    Science Olympiad performs well in first ever regional competition

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School Announcements
Blue Bell Ice Cream Honors Mrs. Massoth
On Friday, March 13th, Blue Bell Creameries surprised Mrs. Massoth with a cooler full of ice cream as a way of honoring her for being named NC Region 5 Teacher of the Year. Along with the cooler of her favorite ice cream, she received a letter from the president of Blue Bell and a book to add to our library collection. All the students and staff received an ice cream treat as well. Mrs. Massoth will be attending a luncheon on April 7th where they will announce the North Carolina Teacher of the Year.  
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."