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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!

Congratulations to Tyler Pickett!
Tyler Pickett, from Ms. Sirse’s 7th grade ELA class, has been participating in a series of speech competitions over the past few months. He 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 December 15 when he spoke at the Board of Commissioners Meeting.On Saturday, he won 1st place at the regional competition and will go on to the state competition on May 8.

PFP Check

The MPMS Beta Club sponsored the annual Pennies for Patients Service Project for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society in February. MPMS raised $2713.92. Way to go Tigers!

A Day As A Tiger

Great Camp
You are invited to participate in a G.R.E.A.T. Summer Camp
Sponsored by the Cabarrus County Sheriff's Office
Camp Locations: Camp Spencer, 3155 Foxford Rd. Concord
                           Frank Liske Park, 4001 Stough Rd Sw, Concord
Camp Dates: June 22-26, 2015
Times: 8:30am - 3:30 pm
Cost for Camp: $40.00 (fee covers some activity costs)
Camp activities will include Lessons and Presentations on topics such as: Cyber Safety, Communication Skills, Safety Education, and many more. These lessons will be led by Deputy Sheriffs from the Cabarrus County Sheriff's Office. Other activities will include swimming, bowling, field trips, nature walks and much more. Snacks will be provided at no cost to camp participants. Each participant must provide their own bag lunch, however, lunch will be provided Wednesday of the camp.
This camp is limited to 40 participants. If you are interested you need to see Officer Thousand.

Shakespeare Club

Shakespeare Recitation Competition

Sarah Al-Zaid, Ty'zhanay Fair, Stuart Jackson, Larken Lancaster, Ellis Horton, Caroline Sobolowski, and Katelyn Usher participated in the annual Shakespeare Recitation Competition on Wednesday, March 4 at Wingate University. Students had to perform a Shakespearean sonnet and monologue. Caroline Sobolowski placed 4th in the middle school division.

Regional winners
Region 6 Science Fair Winners
The Mount Pleasant Middle School Science teachers would like to congratulate Caroline Sobolowski and Joshua Gray for their successes at the 2015 North Carolina Region 6 Science Fair.  Caroline Sobolowski won 1st place in the Biological Science category and the Broadcom Masters Award for her project on plant growth. Joshua Gray won the Naval Science Award for his project on bacterial growth.

MPHS Rising Freshmen Electives

Math Fair
Math Fair Winners
Congratulations to these seventh grade students who won the MPMS Math Fair!
Jaden Maxwell (Second Place), Danielle Werts (First Place), Cheyenne Taylor (Fourth Place) and London Little (Third Place)

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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Congratulations to Ms. Michele Turner
MPMS Teacher of the Year

Day As a Tiger

Dare Carnival


  • Book Fair MPMS BOOK FAIR

    The MPMS media center would like to thank everyone who made purchases from the book fair last week. We were able to purchase $781.00 worth of books for the media center and $112.00 worth of books for classroom libraries. We look forward to serving you again.
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Tiger TV

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!

Link YourTarget and Harris Teeter Cards

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 Note: Food Lion has permanently discontinued their MVP Classroom and Community Rewards Program.