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  • NCMS is starting the 3rd quarter off right with making sure we all know what we can do to be successful!  Students, parents/guardians and teachers all have a role to play in the success of our Titans!  Please review the video HERE and the NCMS Expectations and Engagement Matrix HERE o en Español AQUÍ and be prepared to have an amazing spring semester!  Thank you, Titan Family; we truly are all N this together.

     

     

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    Tuesday, January 19, 2021 is the beginning of the 3rd quarter and the return of students to in-person, or Plan B, instruction. If your child has been learning in Plan C, which is the 100% remote option, you as parents have the opportunity to change to in-person learning 2 days a week or to remain as you are currently.  It is mandatory, per CCS, to fill out a form for each student you have attending!  You can access the form HERE.  To learn more about the various plans, please view the One Strong Start publication HEREDeadline is Thursday, January 14 at 11:59pm!

     


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    Come join live chats with STEM Professionals in the areas such as veterinarian medicine, cybersecurity and environmental studies every other Friday @ 11am starting on December 4th!  All CCS students 6-12 are invited to a Microsoft Teams live meeting - click HERE to access the District page with the meeting links.  #STEMon  #CCSSTEM

     


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    The CCS School Board voted on December 9, 2020 to move back into Plan C beginning Monday, December 14th through Friday, January 15th.  Students will return to campus on Tuesday, January 19th, the first day of second semester. (Monday, January 18th is Martin Luther King Jr. holiday).  Until that point in time, we will be following the Plan C Bell Schedule HERE.  #staysafe #stayhealthy  
     

     


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    Beginning Tuesday, January 19, 2021 (first day of the 3rd Quarter) the updated Cabarrus County Schools Attendance Guidelines will go into effect.  Please review the document HERE to review these modified guidelines and thank you for the opportunity to partner with you in your child's education. This has been an extremely challenging time, but we are thankful for the support of our families and our community to support teaching and learning through this pandemic!

     


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    s Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Cabarrus County Schools will offer a Spring Sports only schedule for the 2020-2021 school year for middle school students. Fall and winter sports will not be played this year.  Sports that will be offered this spring are: baseball, volleyball, boys and girls soccer, and boys and girls track. The tentative start date for middle school spring sports is Monday, March 22, 2021#goTitans

     


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  • h Our NCMS Student Council has begun collecting Box Tops for Education points to raise money for our school, however, things are being done a little different this year.  There is now an App that you will need to download and use to scan receipts......no more cutting boxes!  Please view the promotional flyer HERE created by one our Student Council members for additional information.  Oh, did we mention there are prizes depending upon how much money is raised?  #moremotivation 

     


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    There are several known issues that are occurring with Chromebooks that were distributed to students by their schools.  You can now go to our Chromebook Troubleshooting Webpage to view instructions and visual guides on how to fix the most common occurrences, plus, more information will be posted as need be throughout the school year.  Thank you so much!  #allNthistogether

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    There will be a Curbside Book Checkout from our Media Center every Weds. from 10am - 2pm in the car rider circle! Students will need to submit HOLDS in Destiny, the media system (available in Student Links or Mrs. York's Media Page), by 7pm the evening of the week they wish to check out a book. Limit 3 per student with 3 weeks to return. Please view the video HERE to learn how! #readingisfundamental

     

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  • The Cabarrus County school district is pleased to offer a Voluntary Insurance Program which is available for purchase at minimal cost, to all elementary, middle and high school students. Please refer to the Voluntary Insurance Brochure below for details and pricing. The plans are underwritten by an "A" rated company and are endorsed by the N.C. High School Athletic Association and the N.C. Athletic Directors Association.

     

     


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     We are pleased to announce that the instructional technology fee and others such as supplies, band, chorus, drama, field trips, art fees, etc. can be paid online at www.k12paymentcenter.com!  You will also find a link to this site on our Quick Links list on the right-hand side of this page and under the Parent link on the top bar!

     


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