The Northwest Middle Honor Roll luncheon will be held on Thursday, April 17th for those students that qualify. Please come and celebrate this great accomplishment; you may bring in your child’s favorite food for lunch and eat it with them during their normal lunch period in the Media Center. We look forward to seeing you!
It's almost that time again! The EXTEND, EOG and EOG tests are just around that corner and we are once again asking for volunteers to proctor on the following dates:
To volunteer, contact Tina Duncan at 704-788-4135 x1330, firstname.lastname@example.org or download and complete the form HERE and have your child return it to their homeroom teacher. We thank you SO MUCH for helping!
100s of students have accepted Rachel's Challenge here at NCMS and are making a difference every day by eliminating prejudice, daring to dream, choosing their influences, using kind words and starting chain reactions. We will be focusing on these 5 rules throughout the rest of the year and every day are noticing more and more random acts of kindness at our school. Keep up the great work Titans! For more information about the Challenge, you can view the following: Video 1, Video 2, Video 3 and can also view the official website HERE.
The CCS PowerSchool Parent Portal is now live! Whether you want to view your student's attendance and grades or simply e-mail a teacher, you can log into the Portal 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can log in under Parents on the top black bar on this site or by going: HERE. You can also view an online video tutorial: HERE!
The Cabarrus County Board of Education is continuing the Student Supply Fee for the 2013-2014 school year.The student supply fee is $10 per school year ($5 per semester). All fees collected will be used at Northwest Cabarrus Middle School to help offset the reduction to the schools instructional supply budget. You can pay HERE or by sending it with your child to their Homebase teacher. Thank you!
Northwest Cabarrus Middle School provides an environment that equips students with the ability to collaborate in learning and to think critically to become responsible, global citizens in the 21st century.