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MPMS will need proctor volunteers to help with county and state required testing (EOG, EOC, and NCFE) on May 28, May 29, June 1-5, and June 8-10 from 8:40 am until 12:30 pm. You must be at least 18 years old and out of school to proctor. Grandparents, aunts, uncles, other family members, and friends are welcome to volunteer. Please contact Melinda Helmintoller or Jennifer Lumley at (704) 436-9302 or email to melinda.helmintoller@cabarrus.k12.nc.us or jennifer.lumley@cabarrus.k12.nc.us to volunteer or if you have any questions. You may also download this form and return it to school with your child if you wish to volunteer. All that sign up will be contacted to confirm dates that you are scheduled for. We appreciate your time and all that you do for our students at MPMS!

Science Fair Winners
2015 MPMS Science Fair Winners
Congratulations to Ryan DeVitto, Caroline Sobolowski, Joshua Gray, Scott Hoover, Silas Timberlake, Kateline Hinson, Elizabeth Harvell, and Rylee Sepesi for being selected to move to the next level in the Cabarrus County Science Fair. We are very proud of these students and all the students who participated in our school competition!

MPMS Wrestling Team - Conference and Tournament Champions!
 Wrestling Team
Congratulations to the wrestling team for winning the conference championship December 13 at Harris Road Middle School. Gold Medal winners were: Cade McDonald, Michael Lambert, Garrett Overbay, Garrett McManus, Jacob Shields, and Robert Tyler. Silver Medal winners were: Mackay Burke, Cade Couch, and Eli Williams. Bronze Medal winner was Preston Hudnall. A special congratulations to the Tiger wrestlers that finished the season with an undefeated record: Cade McDonald 13-0, Garrett McManus 12-0, Robert Tyler 12-0 and Jacob Shields’ two year record of 26-0. THANK YOU for your support of our wrestling team this year!


MPMS Spelling Bee Winners

Congratulations to Joey Sisinyak for winning the MPMS Spelling Bee on Thursday, December 11. Joey will compete in the Cabarrus County District Spelling Bee on January 7, 2015, at 7:00pm at Winkler Middle School. Good Luck Joey!
 The top three participants in the Spelling Bee were Madison Harris, 3rd Place; Joey Sisinyak, 1st Place, and AJ Vazquez, 2nd Place.Spelling Bee Winners

 Conservation Speech Winners
All Winners  
 Tyler Pickett,from Ms. Sirse’s ELA class, won first place for the MPMS Cabarrus Soil & Water Conservation District speech competition. Tyler went on to compete at the Annual Public Speaking Contest in Concord on December 9. Out of 5 schools and 621 participants, we are proud to announce Tyler won first place again. Tyler was recognized on Channel 22 News on Monday night, December 15 when he spoke at the Board of Commissioners Meeting. Tyler will also go on to compete at the county-level in March. Wish him luck!Ms. Sirse and Mrs. Sleight-Price’s AIG/Scholars ELA courses participated in the Wetlands are Wonderful Speech Competition. This speech was sponsored by the Cabarrus Soil & Water Conservation District.  Out of the 48 competing students from MPMS, these six were the top presenters between both classes. Congratulations to Joshua Shields, Adam Measimer, Zechariah Sawyer, Billy Merithew, Tyler Pickett, and Morgan Maddaluna.

All County Band
All County Middle School Band
Congratulations to Michael Trull (seated), Daniel Isenhour, Sarah Al Zaid, Michael Wax, McKenzie Maynard, and  Maddalyn Bergeron for their selection into the Cabarrus All County Middle School Band. These students represented our school during the weekend of December 13 and 14 rehearsing and performing with other select students from all of our Cabarrus County middle schools. We are very proud of these students!



Mason Koob Wins National Recognition with Boy Scouts of America

One of Mount Pleasant Middle School’s 8th grade students was awarded a very special honor through the National Boy Scouts of America. Congratulations to Mason Koob for his accomplishment after his heroic acts of bravery during a house fire at his home last year. The honor medal is awarded to a youth member or adult leader who has demonstrated unusual skill while saving or attempting to save a life at considerable risk to one’s self. In 2013, only 98 awards were given and since 1923 only 2,452 of these honor awards have EVER been granted!  Congratulations again to Mason!

BYOT, or Bring Your Own Technology,
is an initiative of Cabarrus County Schools to allow students and staff to bring their own devices (laptops, netbooks, tablets, e-readers, iPads, iPods, smart phones, etc.) to school to use for instructional purposes and school business.  The faculty and staff of Mt. Pleasant Middle School want to encourage students to assess their own learning needs and be able to determine which tools(devices and online tools) will successfully meet their needs.  We believe students are capable of making intelligent, innovative, and appropriate choices.
Before students may bring their own devices to school, parents and students must read our BYOT guidelines and complete an online form that is available by clicking here.

Order Your Mt. Pleasant Spirit Wear!
You can order Mt. Pleasant Middle School Spirit Wear by going online to www.graphixauthority.com or by downloading the order form. You may bring the order form and money and turn in to the office at MPMS.
Thanks for Your Support!

School Information

8325 Highway 49, North
Mt. Pleasant, NC 28124
704-436-9302 (Phone)
704-436-6112 (Fax)
School Hours: 9:00am - 4:00pm
Students may enter the building at 8:30am

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FEBRUARY 2-27, 2015




Upcoming Events

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  • Valentine's Dance
     Friday, February 6
    4 - 6 pm
    Tickets: $5.00
    Must be on Gold Level to attend
    Concessions will be on sale

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  • Attention 8th Grade Students interested in applying to attend the Early College! You can find the application on the Early College website located on the Cabarrus County webpage. The deadline to have applications completed is quickly approaching. The last day to turn in your application is January 30 to Mr. Parker in the counseling office. If you need assistance in obtaining an application, see Mr. Parker.

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  • Attention All 8th Graders
    On February 12th Mt. Pleasant High School will host the Elective Fair and Curriculum night for rising 9th graders. The Elective Fair will be from 6:30 - 7:00pm  and Curriculum Night is from 7:00 - 7:30pm.

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 MPMS Spring Sports

Spring sport try-outs for MPMS will be March 5,6 and 9th for volleyball, track, soccer and baseball. Practice times are 4-6 pm.


Volleyball will have try-outs in Main gym

Baseball will have try-outs on baseball field

Track will meet down in the field house

Soccer will meet on football field


There will also be a parent meeting March 11th at 6 pm in the school’s auditorium for all spring semester athletes. If the athlete’s parent missed the first meeting or a student intends on trying out for any sport in the second semester- volleyball, track, baseball and soccer, parent needs to attend meeting.


 Boys track coach contact: Aaron Zimmerman-email: aaron.zimmerman@cabarrus.k12.nc.us

 Girls track coach contact: Stephanie Odum-email: stephanie.odum@cabarrus.k12.nc.us

 Volleyball coach contact: Veronica Sanders-email: veronica.sanders@cabarrus.12.nc.us

 Boys soccer coach contact: Elliott Brooks-email: elliott.brooks@cabarrus.k12.nc.us

 Girls soccer coach contact: Caitlin Sirse- email: caitlin.sirse@cabarrus.k12.nc.us

 Baseball coach contact: Josh Cook-email: joshuacook4242@yahoo.com


Student Athletes must have all forms signed and an up to date physical before being allowed to tryout.  Forms can be found at:  www.cabarrus.k12.nc.us  , click on departments, click on athletics. 

MPMS sport schedules and athletic information can also be found on the school’s web page

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