Resources
Handbooks & Forms

Saving money, saving the environment.


Again this year, all CMS required forms and the Parent-Student Handbook will only be available online. The move to online forms will save the district printing, processing and shipping costs. It also aligns with CMS' efforts to conserve resources and limit paper use.


Code of Student Conduct

Forms and Notices Handbook

2020-2021 Student Forms - English.pdf

Parent-Student Handbook

Families have the opportunity to print the forms, fill them out at home and return them to their child's school. Please click on the links above to read the Forms and Notices Handbook, then to print out each form. Please sign the forms and return them to your child's school.

There will be a limited number of printed Forms and Notices Handbooks available for families that do not have easy access to the Internet. Please contact your school if you need a printed copy.

The Parent-Student Handbook includes information on parent resources, student support services, communications, academics, athletics and more.


Parent Rights & Responsibilities in Special Education

CMS also publishes its Parent Rights & Responsibilities in Special Education handbook. This handbook explains the Procedural Safeguards provided for families of students with disabilities.


Section 504 Grievance Procedures

Section 504 Grievance Procedures.pdf

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Charlotte, NC 28230-0035
Phone: 980-343-3000
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