Congratulations to one of our very own students for being recognized in the NASA Space Place Art Challenge!
Gabby, a 6 year old first grade student, created a painting based on her interpretation of the Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich launch. The satellite will study global warming and Earth's rising sea levels.
CMS needs to know whether you will attend school in-person or via the Full Remote Academy next semester.
Please complete this Transportation Enrollment Form before Monday, November 30 to let CMS know how your student will attend school during second semester – either in-person or remote – and if your student needs CMS yellow bus transportation.
Selections made via this survey are effective beginning January 5, 2021 and will remain in effect for the remainder of the 2020-21 school year.
Transportation Enrollment for Second Semester:
Families must inform the district about students' transportation needs for the second semester. An enrollment form is posted on the CMS website and will be posted on school websites. Families will need their student ID number to complete the Transportation Enrollment Form.
The transportation choice will last throughout the second semester and until the end of the 2020-2021 school year.
CMS needs to know the transportation needs for all students – grades pre-K – 12th grade whose families intend for them to attend school in-person during the second semester.
Specific note for current in-person Pre-K through 5th grade learners:
o If your child has not ridden the bus as of November 20, 2020, and the transportation enrollment is not completed, we will remove your child's name from the bus roster and they will not receive a bus stop assignment for the second semester.
o If your child does need transportation for second semester, you MUST complete the enrollment form indicating the need for transportation.
Beginning November 12th, 2020, CMS will be launching ZoomEDU. Please click on the link, or read below for more information.
WATCH DJV'S SHOUT OUT DURING OUR FIRST VIRTUAL FIELD TRIP:
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If you're looking for ways to support your Pre-K through Grade 12 student, join UNC Charlotte for a
series of Family Virtual Learning Series panel discussions offering tips and resources for succeeding
during remote classes!
To register for one of the 4 events, please REGISTER at go.uncc.edu/fvls
Reflections Theme Search Competition
Choose a Theme for the 2022-2023 Reflections Program! Help National PTA pick the theme idea that will spark fun and creativity during the 2022—2023 Reflections program! The student who submits the winning entry will receive $100 prize from National PTA.
National PTA Reflections sponsors a student-focused Theme Search Contest annually to determine a future program theme. NCPTA welcomes all students from PTAs in good standing to participate!
NCPTA will select 5 winning themes in November to represent North Carolina in the contest for the 2022-23 Reflections Theme!
CURRENT & PAST REFLECTIONS THEMES
- The 2020– 2021 theme is “I Matter Because”
- The 2021-22 theme is “I Will Change The World By”
Students can submit ideas for the 2022-2023 Reflections Theme. The student who submits the winning entry at the National level of judging will receive $100 from National PTA and his or her theme will be used to spark creativity during the 2022-23 National PTA Reflections Program!
Themes must be submitted online to NCPTA by October 31, 2020. Submit here!
Let's Celebrate Our Amazing Connect Teachers as we honor Arts in Education Week.
Kindergarten Curriculum Night Slides
First Grade Curriculum Night Slides
Second Grade Curriculum Night Slides
3rd Grade Curriculum Night Slides
4th Grade Curriculum Night Slides
5th Grade Curriculum Night Slides
CMS schools will open Aug. 17 for students with fully remote learning. Teachers and staff will report to work in-person for their first day on Aug. 6th. To read the full article, please click the link below- "CMS Plan C".
In preparation for the 2020-2021 school year, we are excited to continue using Canvas as our CMS Learning Management System for students in grades pre-K-12 to ensure a consistent experience for all CMS students and families.
Please click on the link, Canvas Sessions for Parents and Community Members , to read more about Canvas, and to sign up for VIRTUAL FAMILY NIGHTS to learn how to navigate our communication and teaching platform.
Full Remote Academy Parent Information
For parents who chose the "Full Remote Academy" option for their child, please see the following links for the most FAQ's.
(registration for the Full Remote Academy closed on July 26th.)
Full Remote Academy - FAQ 7-16-20_edited SPANISH.pdf:
@CMS_DJV_Academy...Check out the latest Tweet from our very own DJV family!Zora just wrapped up her week at . Thank you to , the camp leaders and all of the guest speakers for inspiring my baby #djv #girlscode #stem
Congratulations to Alison Gover-
Dorothy J. Vaughan's 2019-2020 Teacher of the Year