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Students speak out, stand up against bullying
Principal of the Year 2022
10/18/2021Principal of the Year finalists across the district
CMS launches intensive search for tutoring and extra academic support services for students
10/15/2021Disrupted learning during COVID-19 pandemic necessitates individualized approach to improving student outcomes
Students learn to celebrate cultures through monarch migration
CMS announces new principal at Winding Springs Elementary
Board of Education raises pay scale for bus drivers
CMS and community mourn loss of Harding University High leader
Naviance Family Nights
K-2 students given virtual option if they are medically fragile
Northwest School of the Arts welcomes back National Dance Day
Board of Education strengthens health protections
9/15/2021Face coverings remain mandatory, superintendent gains extra flexibility
71 CMS seniors named National Merit semifinalists
CMS announces new principal at Rocky River High
CMS provides preliminary test results from 2020-2021 school year
CMS announces new hiring and retention incentives
CMS announces two new principal appointments and an athletic director
Back to school: Immunizations
8/20/2021N.C. law requires compliance within 30 days
Back to school: Transportation
CMS announces new appointments.8.10.21
CMS expands MORE program for third-graders
Board of Education approves universal face-covering requirements
Camp CMS: Exceptional Children add-on license program
7/29/2021Teachers intern during Camp CMS
Camp CMS: Literacy, learning and fun
Camp CMS: A science experiment to flip for
School renaming centered in emotion and history
7/15/2021 Zebulon B. Vance High renamed Julius L. Chambers High
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