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  • Digital Citizenship Competition

    UNCC is providing a great opportunity for our CMS students to show their videography skills. All CCS middle school students and neighboring districts have the chance to compete in a short video competition on digital citizenship and cyber security. This is an individualized project but students can see Mrs. Redmond for ideas and assistance during morning hours or during lunch times. Students will need permission from teacher and a pass to see Mrs. Redmond. Please click on the title above for more information.

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  • Books for Liberia

    The CMS 6th graders are partnering again this year with KEEP, an organization that stocks books in Reading Rooms in Liberia. Last year, we donated a truckload of books! Please donate your gently used books and book bags to help us provide reading resources to our friends in Liberia. Ms. Brooks and Mr. Patton's classes are leading this drive for their IB service learning project this school year.

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  • Yearbook

    Buy a yearbook today. Please don't miss this opportunity to get your CMS yearbook for 2018-2019. Click on the title above for more information.

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    8th Grade Parents: Please make plans to attend Rising Freshman Parent Night.

    Below you will find the dates and times for all of Cabarrus County High Schools rising freshman parent nights. 

     

    School Contact Date Time
    Concord High School Christy Takach March 7th  6:00 
    JM Robinson High School  Felicia Fluid February 20th 6:30-8:00
    Central Cabarrus High School  Andrew Platek February 21st 6:30 
    Cox Mill High School Aaron Roach February 6th 6:30-8:15 
    Hickory Ridge High School Betsy Navel February 28th  6:00-8:00 
    Mount Pleasant High School Megan Frazier February 12th 6:00-7:15
    Northwest Cabarrus High School   February 28th 5:30

     

  • Ms. Neubauer's 1st graders at Irvin designed monsters and Ms. Walker's Apparel and Design students made them as an IB Design Project! 

  • Spanish Shopping

    Mrs. Miranda's Spanish MYP 2 students practiced their Spanish communication skills during a shopping spree. Students sold their items such as tablets, glasses, and sports equipment with technological enhancements, and other students bought items, all while speaking in Spanish. Look at these IB learners in action!

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    Value, Engage, Challenge, Inspire Concord Middle School       

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    Concord Middle School inspires our students to be compassionate citizens, lifelong learners, active problem solvers, and respectful inquirers who positively impact their future, community, and world.

     

     

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