2017-2018 Cheer Information
Tryout dates: August 1, 2, 3 Time: 9:00 a.m.—2:00 p.m. (bring a lunch)
Location: old MPMS
Mandatory Parent and Cheerleader meeting: July 31st—6:30 p.m. at the old MPMS in the auditorium
All paperwork can be found on the MPMS Athletics page. All paperwork, including an updated physical MUST be turned in at the Parent meeting to be able to tryout.
If a parent and the cheerleader are not present, you will not be allowed to tryout.
Camp: August 5th—9:00 a.m.—3:00 p.m.
Location: MPHS (Auxiliary gym)
New for 2017-2018
Cheerleading tryouts will be conducted over a 3 day period. On the first two days, candidates will practice arm positions, jumps, and learn two chants and a dance. A review of the material and stunt practice will take place on the third day. During these 3 days, candidates will practice showmanship and performances of the material they have learned.
* Though judges may be brought in daily during tryouts to evaluate candidates, Cabarrus County Schools’ policy states that the use of outside evaluators is NOT mandated and the coach has final discretion on who makes the team. Judges will not be used for the 2017-18 season.
Superintendent Chris Lowder and the Cabarrus County Board of Education will celebrate the opening of the new Mount Pleasant Middle School during a dedication ceremony on Sunday, August 20th.
Parents, staff, students and the community are invited to attend the dedication ceremony.
The ceremony will begin at 3 p.m. and will be held at 466 Walker Road, Mount Pleasant.
Softball Tryouts will be held at the Mount Pleasant High School softball field on the following dates:
Friday, August 18th 5:30-7:15pm
Monday, August 21st 5:30-7:15pm
Tuesday, August 22nd 5:30-7:15pm
**Please have your player there a few minutes early to put on cleats. They should be on the field ready to begin at 5:30pm**
**All students must have an updated physical to participate**
Mandatory equipment players should bring:
- your own water/Gatorade
- a glove, bat, and cleats
(mouth guards are optional, but recommended)
August 23, 4:30-6:30 pm
Pick up schedules and meet the teachers
MPMS Summer Reading Programs
Rising 6th grade students are being asked to fully participate in the Cabarrus County Public Library’s summer reading program. Students at the elementary and middle schools have received information within the past few weeks.
Click here to get all the information about the 6th grade summer reading program.7th Grade:What should I bring back to school in August?Click here to go to the webpage that has all the information about the 7th grade reading program.8th Grade:Click here to get all the information about the 8th grade summer reading program.
2017-2018 Cheer Information
Congratulations to the following students for being selected as cheerleaders for the new school year!
MPMS CHEERLEADERS – 8th Grade
MPMS CHEERLEADERS – 7th Grade
Battle of the Books
Attention students: Battle of the Books is going to have its first meeting on Thursday, September 21st. The meeting will be before school beginning at 8:00 am in the media center. Parents are welcome to come learn about Battle of the Books, but parents are not required to attend the meeting. If you like to read and are competitive, this is the club for you. 6th, 7th, and 8th graders are welcome to join.
Mrs. Bass Recognized by Explore LearningCongratulations to Mrs. Sharon Bass, 8th grade math teacher, for receiving an award from Explore Learning for high class usage of the Gizmos Science Online Resource. She was one of seven CCS teachers recognized for having the highest usage in the county. Pictured are Ms. Hoyle, Assistant Principal; Mrs. Garner, CCS Curriculum and Global Education Coordinator; Mrs. Bass; the representative from Explore Learning; and Mr. Farrar, Principal. Way to go Mrs. Bass!
Mock Trial Competition
Any 6th, 7th, or 8th grader interested in Mock Trial competition this year should contact Mrs. McKinney at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Justice Iredell Middle School Mock Trial Tournament is an educational team program where middle school students have the opportunity to gain firsthand knowledge of civil/criminal law and courtroom procedures. Students representing attorneys and witnesses for both sides of a fictional case role play that case being tried in court. A team led by a teacher is ideally composed of between six and 16 students, but can have more students on each team as alternates. The students are guided in their case through support of their teacher and attorney coaches. The program teaches the legal process and trial procedure. Hundreds of students participate each year.
Cabarrus County Schools Program Choice Fair
Jay M Robinson High School
October 11, 2017
Please arrive by 4:45 PM to set up
Event is from 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM
The programs involved will be:
- Early College High School
- Early College High School of Technology
- Spanish Immersion - SPLASH (CAFES, RRES, WMIES, WES, WMES, WHES)
- Chinese Mandarin Immersion (CMES, HES)
- Year Round School (WMES)
- Fine Arts (ROES)
- STEM (CWES, RBMES, BHES, JN Fries, CCGMS, NCMS, CCHS, NCHS)
- IB - International Baccalaureate (WHES, WMIES, CMS, HeWMS, CHS)
- All High School Academies
- IT (CMHS)
- Hospitality and Finance (HRHS)
- Engineering and Automation (JMRHS)
- Energy and Sustainability (MPHS)
- Health Sciences and Biotechnology (NWHS)
- Public Safety Academy (CHS)
Picture Make Up Day
First Nine Weeks Honor Roll Luncheon
Congratulations to the students who made the A/AB Honor Roll for the first nine weeks. To celebrate this honor we would like to invite parents to have lunch with their child Thursday, November 9th, during their lunch time. You can bring lunch such as fast food, food from a restaurant, pack your lunch or just enjoy the time sitting with your child and their friends in the atrium or the outside aresa.Please check in with the front office, and meet your child outside the cafeteria. Please remember that food brought in from outside may not be taken into the cafeteria.
Thank you for your support, and enjoy this time with your student. It is an honor to be able to celebrate with MPMS students and the recognition of Work for Success that our PAWS represent.