GIRLS v BOYS HURRICANE RELIEF FUNDRAISER
In an effort to provide aid to areas devasted by recent hurricanes, we are promoting a "Girls versus Boys" fundraiser to help in relief efforts. We will be kicking off our fundraiser this week in the cafeteria and it will run the month of October. Support your "team" and help contribute to a truly worthy cause. Thank you.
GAMES THIS WEEK
CMS Soccer will host Moncure on Monday 10/16 and play at Moncure on Tuesday 10/17. CMS will play Moncure at Chatham Middle on Thursday, 10/19.
CMS Softball will play at Moncure on Monday, 10/17 . CMS will also play Silk Hope at Chatham Middle on Wednesday 10/18 and Horton at Chatham Middle on Thursday, 10/19.
There will be a CMS Cross Country meet at Northwood on Tuesday, 10/17.
Please come out and support our Teams!! All games start at 4:15. GO RAMS!!!!!!
Ms. Ashley Purgason is thrilled to be the new Assistant Principal at Chatham Middle School. She has been preparing for this role for many years and is excited to embark on this journey at Chatham Middle. Ms. Purgason stated, "I have a strong belief in every child's potential, no matter the background or disability. I look forward to partnering with the school community to make Chatham Middle one of the best Middle Schools around. Go Rams!!" She has a Bachelor's degree in Special Education from UNC- Wilmington and a Master's degree in School Administration from UNC- Chapel Hill. Previously, she taught Special Education for six years in Charlotte-Mecklenburg School System and recently completed her Principal Internship at Olive Chapel Elementary. Please welcome Ms. Purgason to our Chatham Middle Family!
Chatham Middle AVID!!
Chatham Middle has implemented AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) School-wide. We are VERY excited to be the first middle school in Chatham County to implement the AVID program--SCHOOLWIDE! Help your child keep their AVID binders updated and organized!!
FUEL UP Backpack Program
Chatham Middle along with CIS (Communities in Schools) and First United Methodist Church of Siler City to initiate a Fuel Up Backpack program. The program provides weekend meals for CMS students who are food insecure.