Culbreth Middle School

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A Message From Mrs. Burko


I hope you and your families continue to be safe and well.

It is hard to believe that it is the middle of October and nearly the end of the first quarter. The first quarter ends on Friday, October 23. At this time, you should've received progress reports from your student's advisory teacher. To stay up to date on your student's grade continue to check Power School.

To help you support your student(s) remotely teachers are posting due dates here. This link also includes information on getting technology support, accessing Power School and resetting passwords. If you have questions or concerns about your students' grades or attendance please reach out to their teachers or counselors sooner than later.

As always, if you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to reach out.


Mrs. April Burko



Culbreth Middle School

School Improvement Team Elections

It's that time of year again. School Improvement Team (SIT) elections are here.

Elected representatives serve two years and provide valuable insight on teaching and learning at Culbreth Middle School. To vote, click here. Votes need to be be completed by Friday, October 16th.

As a reminder, the School Improvement Team meets the first Friday of each month.

7th Grade Immunization Update

A reminder that NC State law requires that every student entering 7th grade requires one dose of Tdap and one Meningococcal Immunization. Please be aware that the school must have a record of these immunizations no later than October 30. For questions please contact Nurse Berrian at 919-929-7161 ext 51130 or email: Thank you.

From the Media Center

CMS Library wants to better serve our school community. Please take a couple minutes to complete the Family Feedback survey.

Your answers and opinions are important to us. Thank you!

Curbside Book Pickup

Curbside book pickup has been a success. We have checked out dozens of books and had the pleasure of seeing our students and families.

We will continue curbside as long as our schools are closed.

How does curbside pickup work?

Step 1: Student searches the online catalog for titles. They will sign in and place the books on hold.

Step 2: Ms Steele and Ms Martinez will collect the books. Students will receive an email notification when books are ready for pickup.

Step 3: Come by the school Wednesdays from 1-3pm. Pickup will take place at the bus circle at the main entrance to the school. You can also return any materials from school, not just library books.

The library website has a slideshow with more details, along with a tutorial video with step-by-step directions.

Other Reading Options - Public Library Ebooks/Audiobooks

The district has a partnership with the Orange County Public Libraries for access to ebooks and audiobooks. Students can use the digital libraries by logging in with their student number. Here is a video tutorial on how this service works.

Any questions about any library services, please contact Ms. Steele at

From the PTSA

Spiritwear pre-orders will close tomorrow, October 12. Please visit the PTSA website for ordering info. Several options from which to choose and orders can be shipped or picked up in November. Just in time for holiday gifting!

Let’s show that Culbreth spirit!!