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Middle School
School Information:
11900 Bailey Road
Cornelius, NC 28031
Courier # 313
P: 980-343-1068 | F: 980-343-1069
Principal: Chad O. Thomas
LC: North Learning Community
Bell Schedule: 9:15 AM - 4:15 PM
Grades: 6-8
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Our Mission
To inspire learners and empower leaders
School Announcements
Bailey Middle School’s annual “Take Your Family to School Week” February 21-24,
2/9/2017Read full story
Bailey Middle BookFair
1/25/2017Read full story
2017-2018 High School Magnet Information
1/20/2017Read full story
Basketball try-out date changes and information
11/2/2016Read full story
Map Testing Starts September 19th
9/19/2016Read full story
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Current Calendar Events
May 1 - 5Staff Appreciation Week
May 1Baseball/Soccer JMAlex@Bailey
May 5 - 7All-State Honors Band Clinic
May 9PTSA Board mtg
May 9SLT Mtg
May 9Bailey MS Bands Spring Concerts
May 11Zink: The Myth, The Legend, The Zebra
May 12NC Weatern Regional Jazz Festival
May 13South Central District Solo & Ensemble (MPA)
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                                                                               2016-2017 Year​     ​ 

                                             2016-17 Bailey Calendar Link:   Calendar of events 16-17.docx   

 ​                              2016-17 Bailey student Handbook Link: Handbook for agenda 16-17.rtf  

                              2017-18 CMS Middle School Planning    2017 MS Planning Guide 122116.pdf 


​​​May 24th - June 8th

 Volunteer Proctors Needed          

        To Register:​ 

   To Sign-Up:


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On April 26th Mr. Catherman sponsored a workshop for Bailey Middle's Boys to Men mentoring club. The 

workshop uncluded car mainenance (Sponsored by Lake Norman Jeep), dressing for success (sponsored by

Men's Warehouse Northlake), and Officer Mardarelli spoke with the boys.







​​ Talent Development Material ​    

 If you have any questions, please contact Norma Jean Fitzpatrick 

(8th grade Administrator) at or (980) 343-1068.


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                       2016-17 Bailey School Tours: (Start @ 9:30), Sept. 29th, Oct. 19th, ​Nov. 19th, Dec. 7th, Dec. 21th, Jan 8th,

Feb. 15th, March 15th, April 19th, May 17th.



                                                                 Bailey's 7 Habits Tree

                                ​Leadership Ambassadors 2016-17







​New Browser Home Page for Students

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  Bailey Middle school Profile Report.pdf ​ ​





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North Carolina law requires students entering 7th grade to have a Tdap booster (to protect against tetanus,

diphtheria, and pertussis or whooping cough) and a dose of Meningitis vaccine by the first day of school. 

Most of children have met the requirement of the Tdap last year as the state hachanged the requirement

from 6th to 7th grade, effective July 1, 2015.  However, the Meningitis vaccine is a new requirement. If your

child has already received these vaccines, please make sure the school has the record as proof of immunization. 

If your child has not received these required vaccines, or if you are not sure, please contact your doctor or health

care provider as soon as possible to obtain this information.  You can also contact the Mecklenburg County Health

Department for an immunization appointment at 704-336-6500.  Please submit these records to the school as

the vaccines are obtained. Parents must provide proof of immunizations within 30 days of school entry or your

child will be excluded from school until these records are submitted.  If you have any questions or need assistance,

please contact the school.  More information on community locations for immunizations is available on the CMS

website at www/  Thank you for your help with important matter.​




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