CMS Family Connections Newsletter


  • The information for Middle School Summer School is posted. Follow this link for more information.
  • Are you a 7th grader interested in going on the 8th grade Washington D.C. trip of a lifetime?! Then make sure you are at the Enrollment Meeting Monday, March 30th at 6:30pm at the Millard Branch Public Library, 13214 Westwood Lane. If you have more questions or need a flier, please contact or see Ms. Filleman!
  • Please double check this list to ensure that you have ordered a yearbook. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Bougger at
  • Don't forget that you can check out the homework your students have by clicking here.
  • Please check our daily announcements for the most updated information!
  • Do you have a student that currently does not attend Millard Public Schools but will be attending a Millard school in 2020-21? If so, please complete Pre-Registration for New Students. The link is located on our Central webpage. A few quick questions will ensure that you get future information regarding the 2020-21 school year.

  • Questions about school refusal? Click here

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outstanding cyclones

Congratulations to our Outstanding Cyclones this week! They are recognized for working hard and being kind to others! #CyclONEnation #BeKind

Joey Brace

Ben Dickson

Damon Engelhart

staff shout-out

Congrats to Joel Stearns, our Raising Cane's Staff Shout-Out winner! He is recognized for treating the ice so that we don't, "slip, slide away", and for making staff work orders a priority! We appreciate all that you - especially during the snowy season
Congrats to Maggie Stewart, our Raising Cane's Staff Shout-Out winner! She is recognized for going above and beyond for students, and "doing more than anyone realizes" (to quote the winning card). Her patience with students is amazing and we appreciate her going the extra mile to keep students accountable and successful. Thanks for all you do!!

2020 Bond Information

On May 12th, 2020 Millard Public Schools is asking voters to consider a bond to address district repairs and maintenance. The average age of Millard’s schools is 38 years old. All together, the district’s buildings are valued at an estimated $700 million dollars. To protect the community’s ongoing investment, the district is asking for a $125 million dollar bond. This would raise the levy approximately one cent. A cent of additional levy would cost an estimated $20 per year on a $200,000 home. The funds would support projects in six areas: safety and security, major renovations, capital equipment replacements, energy efficiency projects, summer maintenance projects and furniture replacements. All 35 schools will be impacted by the bond.
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All Pro Dads

Calling all Dads! We have a new program starting at Central Middle School called All Pro Dads. The goal of this group is to increase the Male Role Models for our students in our building and at our school activities. We are not looking for any huge time commitments, simply dads that are interested in connecting more with their child and other students at CMS.

If this is something you may be interested in, we are asking that you join our email group and stay tuned for more information to come.

The link to sign up to receive communication about this group is HERE

Please contact Ryan McMahon at with questions!

From Our Patriot Family


Thank you to all of you that have been TAGGing your purchases over the last couple of months! You have raised over $100 in that short time for CMS!

We hope you will continue to TAGG year-round for our school! A list of participating businesses can be found on the app or by visiting this link:

As always, thank you for supporting Millard Central Middle School!

Boys and girls club news

  • Boys and Girls Club will be open from 8am to 6pm each weekday during Spring Break.
  • For your future planning: BGC will be closed on all snow days and e-learning days; BGC will be open after school if there is a late start.
  • Check your emails and schedules for upcoming events!
  • Memberships run on a calendar year basis. If you had a membership in the Spring of 2019, you still have one through December!