The Cabarrus County Board of Education has hired a professional demographics firm to lead a comprehensive school boundary project and applications are now available for membership on the district’s realignment committee. Committee members will focus on providing a realignment recommendation for West Cabarrus High School and the new southwest elementary school, as well as other schools. Parents and community members interested in serving on the committee are invited to apply by clicking on the REALIGNMENT COMMITTEE APPLICATION icon on the upper right-hand box or our webpage or HERE.
Our PTSO Cookie Dough Fundraiser is here! Each brochure a student receives contains selections of the most popular flavors of both Tubs and Pre-portioned Gourmet cookies with all orders needing to be placed on the back. ALSO, of course, there will be prizes!!
There will be a $200 Amazon Gift Card drawing at the very end of the fundraiser - if you sell 3 items, you'll get your name in the Hat 1x, 5 20x, and 10 50x! All orders and $ are due back by February 22nd. Good luck! Get out there and sell some dough to make some dough! #yum
Congratulations to our very own Officer Brian Heintz for being the Only member of the Cabarrus County Sheriff's Office to Ever complete and receive the School Resource Officer Certificate Program Award issued by the North Carolina Justice Academy!! The School Resource Officer Certificate Program is designed specifically for School Resource Officers who have a desire to increase their training experiences and credentials. The courses selected for the program recognize that an SRO is often required to perform traditional patrol responsibilities in addition to their school-related duties. NCMS is extremely proud and lucky to have Officer Heintz as part of our family! #waytogo!
Congratulations to our 2018-2019 NCMS Teacher of the Year, Mrs. Terri Griffith! From our Titan Family to your family, what a well-deserved honor! We are so proud of you and all you do for your students. Terri will now go on to represent NCMS at the District level.......good luck!
Guess what? NCMS now has a new Instagram and Facebook page through our amazing Student Council! You can access the Instagram page on the right-hand sidebar under "NCMS Connections" or at http://www.instagram.com/ncmsstco and Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/ncmsstco. Now you have even more ways to stay in contact with our school! #awesome
Big Brothers Big Sisters in Cabarrus County invited NCMS to join their 1st Annual Bowl for Kids’ Sake School Challenge, and a local chiropractor business that has graciously donated our school’s entry fee. Fundraising score = for every $1 raised = 2 Fundraising points. The school that accumulates the most points (bowling score + fundraising total) wins the challenge!
If you would like to donate to Team Titans, please use following link: https://cabarrus-school-challenge.everydayhero.com/us/team-titans-1. All monies raised from Bowl for Kid’s Sake will be used to carry out the work of carefully matching children with caring adult mentors and providing ongoing support to the child, volunteer mentor, and child’s family in our community
Come cheer on Team Titans on March 6th from 4:30pm to 5:45pm!
Congratulations to Northwest Cabarrus Middle School for receiving the NCDPI Academic Growth Award for the 2016-2017 school year!
Northwest Cabarrus Middle School staff are pleased to announce our school has earned recognition from the Department of Public Instruction as a Model School with the implementation of our Positive Behavior Interventions and Support (PBIS) Program for the 2016 - 2017 school year!
PBIS is a proactive approach to managing behavior where students are taught and modeled school expectations needed for all students to achieve academic, social, and emotional success. Our goal with our PBIS program is to create a positive culture that is respectful, safe, and conducive to learning.
Our PBIS program began in the 2015 - 2016 school year and was recognized as a green ribbon school in our first year of implementation...
8:00 AM Cookie Dough Money Due
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM High School Counselors visit classrooms
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM 8th Graders visit High School