Middle School North Newsletter

Week of October 2, 2021

Upcoming Dates

  • October 19 & 20: Parent Teacher Conferences
  • October 20: Unity Day
  • October 25 - 29: Healthy Choices Week

How to keep up When Your Child is Quarantined

We know that being quarantined is tough! Getting work done from home is never easy. However, we want you to know the resources available to you and your child.

Utilize Google Classroom

  • Every assignment is posted in Google Classroom.
  • Every student logs into this program daily from school so they know their passwords.
  • You as the parent can access their Google Classroom using your child's login.
  • If your child is saying they don't know their password please contact their teacher or reach out to our registaur. We have that information for you!
  • Don't assume that when a student submits an assignment in Google Classroom that they completed it. Always open the submission and check their work.

Check TAC

  • Grades are posted in TAC.
  • This is where parents can go to see grades.
  • Teachers update grades weekly.
  • If you need help getting into TAC please contact our registuare

Please see the attachments below to help you if your child is quarantined

Google Classroom Support Link:


We appreciate our Custodians!!

CMSN is blessed to have the BEST custodians around! They work so hard to keep our building clean and safe!

Healthy Choices Week

October 25-29 is Healthy Choices Week. During this time we focus on living a healthy lifestyle. From the food we eat to information on the dangers of drug use, we cover strategies to help student be the best they can be! Flyer Attached.

Parent & Teacher Fall Conferences

October 19 & October 21, 2021

Early dismissal: 2 p.m.

Conferences: 2:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

More information on how to sign up for conference coming soon.

Check Those Pockets!

Hunting season is upon us. We love to see students spending time in the outdoors. What we don't love to see are pocket knives brought to school by accident. Please check pockets in pants and jackets before your student walks out the door.

Dress Code Reminders

We are seeing lots of dress code violations. We are seeing lots of; Shorts/skirts that are too short, and tops that are short enough to show skin .

The following guidelines outline appropriate dress in Cabot’s schools:

  • All students shall wear shoes
  • Young men shall wear sleeved shirts
  • Young women may wear sleeved blouses and shirts or sleeveless blouses and shirts with broad shoulder straps that cover the shoulders; undergarments may not be visible;
  • Pants, shorts, dresses and skirts will be no more than four (4) inches above the knee. Long dresses cannot have a slit that exceeds 4 inches above the knee standard;
  • For all clothing with waistbands, the top of the waistband must be no lower than the top of the hipbone;
  • Dress codes for the graduation ceremonies will be determined by the high school principal. Clothing and accessories not allowed include, but are not limited to, the following:
  • Tank tops and tops with spaghetti straps;
  • Pants with holes more than four inches above the knee with exposed skin or undergarments;  Caps, hats, toboggans, etc;
  • Clothing that displays obscenities, promotes violence, including pictures of guns or other weapons, has sexual implication/content or has reference to alcoholic beverages, tobacco or illegal substances;
  • Bandanas;
  • Chains (e.g. wallet chains);
  • See-through blouses;
  • Pajamas and house shoes;
  • Costumes
  • Other styles, hair, contacts or clothing that may disrupt school