Welcome to Central Middle School!

School is out for the summer! We look forward to seeing you on Central Day on Monday, August 24th and then on the first day of school, Wednesday, August 26th. Enjoy your summer.

The CMS PTA is looking for volunteers to help next year.  Here is a link to the open positions. If you are interested in helping out, please contact Lauren Pachkowski.

SAVE THE DATE: Central Family Day 2015

A fun community day for the whole family!  Central Family Day (formerly known as Central Day) will be held on Monday, August 24th, and is an opportunity to get together before school starts on Wednesday, Aug. 26th. We are doing things a little differently this year. We hope it will be fun, and a great way to re-connect with old friends and hopefully make some new friends too. Join PTA this year and receive a $5 coupon towards dinner from the Food Trucks!

Incoming 5th Grade Tour and Welcome, 3-4 PM - 5th Graders and your families, please join us at 3 PM for a tour of the new school, a chance to meet the 5th grade teachers, and enjoy some fun team building, getting to know each other games. Please stay afterwards for Food Trucks and our middle school community event. You will also have the chance to meet a number of our community partners, Legarza, Lunch Master, SCEF and others.

6th–8th Grades, 4-7 PM - Please join us between 4-7 PM for tours of the new school building. We have Food Trucks where you can purchase dinner, and be able to meet with our community partners, Healthy Cities Tutoring, Yearbook, SMART-E, SCEF and others.

This year you will receive your school schedule by email. Also, stay tuned for an email with information about how to order PE clothes online so you can pick them up at Central Family Day.

We need your help to make the day a success. Please use this link to sign up to help.  

Please DO NOT block neighbors driveways around Central

We have received a number of complaints from our neighbors about cars blocking their driveway during drop-off and pick-up times.  Keep in mind that one car may only block a driveway for one minute, but the combination of several cars, one after the next, adds up to a great deal of time. Please be courteous to our neighbors and watch where you are parking or dropping off.  We have worked very hard to foster a good relationship with the entire neighborhood, and we want to keep it that way.  Thank you.

The CMS Online Directory is available for the 2014-2015 school year.  For more information, please click here.   Download the DirectoryBurst app from the Apple or Android app stores.

STUDENT LOADING ZONE RULES:

  • Students may be dropped off and picked up on Chestnut, Arroyo, and Cedar Streets.
  • Do not enter the school/teacher parking lot to drop off or pick up students.
  • Please remember to drive with caution, especially when students are present.
  • DO NOT stop in the crosswalks or red zones, or drop off in a way that inhibits other driver’s view of these crosswalks.
  • DO NOT U-Turn on Chestnut or Cedar Streets.

Please remember that all visitors (including parents) must sign in at the office.

 

 

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