Join NCMS in our inaugural Random Act of Kindness Week. In an effort to demonstrate the importance of thinking of others and the wonderful feeling it can bring, NCMS is hosting RAK Week February 8-12. We are also honoring 12 year old Gabriel Jacobs, who always thought of others. Gabriel passed away last April, but we will keep his spirit alive! In addition to RAK Week, we are also hosting Spirit Week, where our students will participate in different dress up days.
Monday - Sports Team Day: Dress up to represent your favorite team.
Tuesday - Wear Black and Red for Gabe; his favorite team's colors.
Wednesday - $1.00 Hat Day: all proceeds go to the Gabe's Heart Foundation.
Thursday - Wacky Tacky Day: pull out the tackiest clothes you own!
Friday - Dress up Day because we are going forward; dress for your future.
Through these activities, we will honor Gabriel, encourage our students and staff to connect with each other, and encourage all to reach out to those we don’t know very well. Building relationships is an integral part of helping children to cope in a world that can sometimes be frightening, and this is one way to combat those feelings!
Congratulations to the following students for placing 1st, 2nd, and 3rd in this year's National Geographic School Bee:
We all wish good luck to Kendal as she attempts to qualify to compete at the State Level!
Hey students! If YOU have a talent you would like the chance to show it off, just stop by the main office lobby and pick up a Titan Talent Show registration form. Fill it out and turn it in to Ms. Cook no later than February 12th; after that, you have another week to practice and perfect your talent before the preliminary auditions on 2/17. If you have any question, see Ms. Cook......
Ms. Jacobs' classes participated in this years Young Author's Writing Contest and three of our 8th Graders have been recognized as County Winners with 2 being at the State level as well! Congratulations Titans!
Congratulations to the following NCMS 6th grade students for winning 1st, 2nd AND 3rd place in the Cabarrus Soil and Water Conservation Poster Contest!!
1st Place - Rachel E.
2nd Place - Kaylee W.
3rd Place - Clifton V.
The Cabarrus County Sheriff’s Office, Youth and Development Division, will be hosting a Car & Truck Show on Saturday, April 16, 2016 with all the proceeds going to benefit the Cabarrus County Sheriff’s Office Youth Development Summer Camp. The Cabarrus County Sheriff’s Office is listed as a non-profit organized under IRC 501(c)(3). Donors' contribution to the Cabarrus County Sheriff’s Office Youth Development Division is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. Tax ID# 56-6000281 View the flyer HERE!
The Cabarrus County Sheriff’s Office Youth Development Summer Camp provides At Risk Youth in Cabarrus County with a week-long camp experience. This year, we will be expanding our summer camp experience to include three, 1 week sessions that will impact over 120 At Risk Youth in Cabarrus County.
The school district has arranged several Parent Nights for parents of ESL students. You can access the flyers giving more information such as meeting locations, subjects and dates HERE.
El distrito escolar ha organizado varias Noches de Padres para los padres de los estudiantes de ESL . Puede acceder a los folletos que dan más información que satisfacen lugares, temas y fechas AQUI.
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM 7th Grade Boys and Girls Basketball vs. Mt. Pleasant
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM 7th Grade Boys and Girls Basketball vs. Harris Road
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM 7th Grade Boys and Girls Basketball vs. Winkler