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  • BUS PLANNING 2016-17 SCHOOL YEAR

     

     Bus    It is already time for our school to be planning for next school year. If your child will be a bus rider next school year, please click on the link and complete the information. This will help ensure your child will be placed on a bus route for next school year. 

    BUS PLANNING 2016-17 SCHOOL YEAR

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  •  FUEL UP Backpack Program 

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    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 Principal 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."
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Principal's Message

  • Parents,

    I hope students have a safe and enjoyable week off from school! It is hard to believe that once we come back from Spring Break there will only be 9 nine weeks of school left. When we return on April 4th I have asked teachers to start using this time to address students' areas of struggle and begin preparations for the EOG. Our school goal is to increase by 10 points on the EOG compared to last year's results. I believe our students and staff are up to the challenge. It will be important that you stay in contact with your child's teacher and continue to support the efforts in the classroom. Please continue to provide words of encouragement to your child to have a great finish to the school year. With everyone working together I know we can reach our school goal!

    Thanks,

    Chad Morgan

     

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