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  • CCS Arts Walk & Exhibit Winner
    Congratulations to Lori Hoover whose art work was selected as Dr. Lowder’s choice for 2018!
     
    MPMS students and their families are invited to attend the CCS Arts Walk & Exhibit on Friday, April 20th in Downtown Concord. The awards ceremony begins at 7:30 p.m. on the Main Stage at the corner of Union Street and Means Avenue.
     
    This year’s Superintendent’s Choice Award Winners are:
    Elementary School Level — Northern Lights by Sneha Sooraj — W.R. Odell Primary, 2nd grade, Rachel Stafford, teacher
     
    Middle School Level — Queen Zariah by Lori Hoover — Mount Pleasant Middle, 8th grade, Michelle Turner, teacher
     
    High School Level — Me Extreme Foreshortening by Emma Schreck — Hickory Ridge High, 11th grade, Steve Mitchem, teacher
     
    In addition to the awards ceremony, the Arts Walk & Exhibit will include performances from CCS music and theater students as well as displays of student art. The fun begins at 5 p.m. so come out early and make an evening of it!
     
    Look forward to seeing you and your students there!
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    The Theatre Department at Mount Pleasant Middle School has much to celebrate, as they bring home honors from the 2018 NCTC Middle School Play Festival, held at Spirit Square in Charlotte, NC  on Saturday, March 24. The theatre program, led by Marnie Stoker, made the school and community proud with their presentation of Letters at the Festival, and is thrilled to bring home the following awards: Overall Excellent Rating, Festival Spirit Award and Excellence in Acting Award.

    The NCTC Middle School Play Festival strengthens arts education in schools by bringing curriculum to life, challenging students to do their very best work, and contributing to the development of future audiences for live performing arts. This year, over 400 students from 17 schools presented 19 productions at 2 regional sites across the state!

    The atmosphere at the Play Festival is positive and exciting, and students are filled with energy as they watch shows, learn from their peers and make new theatre friends. Schools travel with theatrical sets and load-in to a 10’x10’ backstage area. Before their 45 minute time limit begins, students eagerly await hearing the starting phrase, “Your time begins NOW!”, to which they respond with an enthusiastic reply. The 45 minute time limit includes setting up, performing the play and clearing the stage. Following their performance, students join their peers in the cheering audience to receive feedback from professional actors and directors with Broadway and Hollywood credits. Actors, designers, writers, directors and teachers are celebrated, and bring home awards that are displayed beside school sports trophies.

    The NCTC Middle School Play Festival is made possible with support from the North Carolina Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources.

  • Cabarrus County Sheriff's Office Summer Camps for Kids
     
    Rising 6th - 8th grade students are invited to participate in the annual summer camp sponsored by the Cabarrus County Sheriff's Office Youth Development Division.
    sun Camp Dates and Location:
    Week 1: June 18-22 at Mt. Pleasant Middle School, 466 Walker Road, Mt. Pleasant
    Week 2: June 25-29 at Hickory Ridge High School, 7321 Raging Ridge Rd, Harrisburg
     
    Camp activities will include Lessons and Presentations on topics such as: Cyber Safety, Communication Skills, Safety Education, and many more. The lessons will be led by Deputies from the Cabarrus County Sheriff's Office. All are current School Resource Officers and work with children on a daily basis. Activities will also include games, field trips, group activities, safety lessons, and much more.
     
    Cost for Camp: $40.00 (fee covers activity costs)
    Snacks will be provided at no cost to camp participants. Each participant must provide their own bag lunch.
     
    The camp will be limited to 40 participants. The spaces will be filled by the first 40 to return the camp registration. You will receive a confirmation if you are accepted to the camp. The camp is open ONLY to rising 6th-8th grade students in Cabarrus County schools. Adult supervision provided at ALL times by Cabarrus County Sheriff's Office. All campers will be responsible for their transportation to and from camp location.
     
    Please fill out thisregistration form and return to the address below as soon as possible:
    Cabarrus County Sheriff's Office
    Attn: Youth development Division
    PO Box 525
    Concord, NC 28025
     
    Please do not send money or checks for the camp fee. The camp fee will be collected the first day of camp. Camp fees have to be paid in cash.
  • District Soil & Water Conservation Speech Winner


      Anthony

    "Water: the cycle of life" is the theme of this year's Soil & Water Conservation speech contest.  Anthony Stephenson presented his 6 minute speech at the regional competition on Saturday, March 17th in Lexington, NC.  Anthony placed first and will continue to the state level competition on Friday, May 11th to represent Cabarrus County and Mt. Pleasant Middle School.  Congratulations Anthony!

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    Impact Through Education Awards

    At the February 12th Board of Education meeting two students and two staff members were recognized as Impact Through Education Award winners from Mt. Pleasant Middle School. Congratulations goes to Brennen J., Chloe L, Zachary Trivett, and Joey LeMasters! These award winners were selected by the staff at MPMS and we are very proud of them!

  • FFA MPMS FFA Middle School Rally

    MPMS FFA attended NC FFA Middle Grades Rally on Friday, March 9. Ryley Gray, Chloe Mullinax, Mallory Seymour, Zach Norman, Alana Finley, Maleena Clapp, Gavin Shoe, and Raelyn Furr all competed in Parliamentary Procedure. In the Exploring Biotechnology event Lucia Bovard and Makayla Bouchelle both got perfect scores, other team members included Alicia Sisler and Stephene Preslar. Lillie Rogers participated in Prepared Public Speaking with a speech on Belgian Blue cattle. Brennan Jones, Keaton Granja and Jake Green competed in Biotechnology Quiz Bowl. All students did extremely well and competed in the largest Middle Grades event to date. Some of our members also got the chance to meet the National FFA President, Breanna Holbert.

     

  • BOB

    The MPMS Battle of the Books team placed second at the county competition on Tuesday, February 13th. The team consisted of 12 dedicated students, three which competed for their last time as 8th graders. The students met from September through February and practiced well over 100 hours. The new list of books for the 2018-2019 school year should be released soon. Any student interested in being on the Battle of the Books team needs to stop by the media center and see Ms. Stephenson.

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  • Leader in Me Leader in Me
     
     
    Mt. Pleasant Middle School is now a part of The Leader in Me Lighthouse School community. We have the opportunity to positively impact thousands of children and we have no doubt that we will excel at this important challenge. Beginning with the 2017-18 school year, students and teachers will participate in training of the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. Everyone is looking forward to this with great anticipation!

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    Dear Parents,

    If you signed up for your FREE Energy Kit through the My Energy Kit Challenge, thank you! We reached the 100 sign-up challenge and won $250—and we want to keep going. For every additional 100 sign-ups we get, we’ll win another $250. And if by December 31, we have the most kit sign-ups, we’ll win the grand prize of $2,500! Please help us out by signing up for your FREE Energy Kit and crediting our school. Go to MyEnergyKit.org or call 1-855-386-9548.

    Please note: Duke Energy provides one free kit per household every 36 months. If you’ve received a FREE kit before, you might be able get another one. Even if you can’t yet get another kit, your sign-up will still help our school!

     
  • Immunization Requirements
     
    Students entering the 7th grade are required to have the following immunizations prior to the start of the school year 2016-17:
    • Tdap - 1 booster dose
    • Meningitis (Meningococcal) - 1 dose 
    Please notify the School Nurse, Jennifer Koob, immediately about any medical or religious immunization exemptions.
  • Parent Portal Icon PowerSchool Parent Portal
     
    Whether you want to view your student's attendance and grades or simply email a teacher, open your web browser to the Cabarrus County PowerSchool website. It is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Find out what's going on at your student's school anytime, anywhere! With PowerSchool you can read our daily bulletin,catch up on your student's class assignments and check out your student's grades. Parents will receive a secure login code which can be obtained through our school's Data Manager, Cheryl Widenhouse. Note: Logins and passwords from last year remain the same.
    For more information, CLICK HERE.
    To access the Parent Portal, CLICK HERE.
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    Congratulations to Mr. Zachary Trivett
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  • Lunch Application
     
    Now you can apply on-line for your children to receive free or reduced price school meals. Your application will be sent from this secure web site directly to your school district, so you don’t need to worry about filling out a paper form that could be lost or misplaced. LunchApplication.com is designed to make it easy for you to know exactly what information you need to provide and to guide you through the process. Your school district will determine your eligibility and send you a letter with the results. LunchApplication.com is an easy, secure and convenient way to apply for free or reduced lunch.
  • Box Tops Box Tops For Education
     
     
    Goal: Have 100 parents sign up to support MPMS HERE.
                We earn $1.50 per supporter! Spread the word to family, neighbors, etc.
     
     Click Here to Download the Box Tops for Education Sheet.

    Out to Lunch Passes are Back.  Submit 10 boxtops and receive a pass to eat outside for lunch.  No limit - submit as many as you can. Support our school submit your boxtops.

     

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