Cartersville Middle School

The Hurricane Watch, April/May 2022

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Six weeks of school remain with three weeks of instruction prior to our yearly administration of the Georgia Milestones assessment. Please encourage your student to stay focused and be present each day!


We would like to say congratulations to our spring athletic teams! Soccer and Tennis have concluded strong seasons with girl's tennis being crowned region champions and boys' tennis region runner up. The CMS track teams are performing well and will conclude their season later this month.


The 8th grade dance will be held on Friday, May 6th. This year our PTC and student council have selected the theme "Denim and Diamonds". This event is for current Cartersville Middle School 8th grade students only! The dress code for this event follows closely to the school dress code. Tickets will be sold starting next week during lunch for $15 dollars each.


Go Canes!

Mr. Gibson

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8th Grade Dance

8th Graders have chosen "Denim and Diamonds" as the theme for this year’s 8th Grade dance sponsored by the Carterville Middle School PTC on May 6th .

The Denim and Diamonds theme allows for students to mix the best of two worlds, but whichever they choose, please remember:



- Shirts/tops must cover the midriff and chest and have 2 shoulder straps

- The length of skirts and shorts should not limit movements such as bending and sitting

- No visible body piercings

- Shoes must be worn


Any questions regarding attire prior to the dance should be directed to homeroom teachers.


- No cell phones visible during the dance!


Students may purchase tickets during lunch on April 22nd or April 29th for $15.

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Georgia Milestones Resources for Families

Click HERE for GMAS information and resources.
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Celebrations!

CMS has had a lot to celebrate this month! Here are a few highlights:


Eighth Grade math and high school algebra teacher, Mrs. Christy Gollhofer was named Cartersville Middle School's Teacher of the Year! Congratulations to Mrs. Gollhofer on being selected by her colleagues for this special honor.

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Young Georgia Author Winners

Seventh grader Charlotte Tang was awarded first place in her grade level in the Northwest Georgia Regional competition for Young Georgia Authors. Charlotte will represent our region in the state competition next month with "It Turns to Three," her original short story. Congratulations to Charlotte on this tremendous accomplishment!


School Level Winners had amazing entries, as well. They are as follows:


6th Grade

1st Place: Lilly McSwain

2nd Place: Alex Pack

3rd Place: Aubrey Menerey


7th Grade


1st Place: Charlotte Tang

2nd Place: Kennedy Guthrie

3rd Place: Olivia Anderson



8th Grade


1st Place: Ann Manfre

2nd Place: Hannah Popham

3rd Place: Lucy Evans


Honorable Mention: Brayden Yrabedra

Tennis Pros

The CMS tennis team finished its season in winning-style!

Region champs were as follows:


Chloie O'Banion

Chloe Bush

Zoe McCurry

Taryn Bradley

Ava Barnes

Bristol O'Banion


Region Runners-Up were as follows:

Bryce Summey

Adam Kovacic

Jack Johnson

Ramsey Dunn

Hudson Amos

Maddie Agan


Congratulations to these students and Coach Tobin for a stellar season!

Museum-Worthy Artwork

Congratulations to the following students that have artwork currently on display in the Booth Western Art Museum's 2022 Middle and High School Exhibit that runs through April 10th: Ava Alston, Autumn Daughdrill (Left), Gniah Graham, Diana Gutierrez, Cynthia Hernandez, Reese Hertel, Molli Morrow, Ben Russell, Viviana Vest, and Gavin Whittle! You can view more stellar student artwork on the CMS website homepage.
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Band

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Chorus

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Musical Theater

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Parent Information

Cartersville Middle School Student Handbook

A copy of the 2020-2021 student handbook is posted on our school's website. A link to the handbook can be found here:

https://www.cartersvilleschools.org/domain/1863


Cartersville City Schools App

Cartersville City Schools now has an app. Parents can access their student's grades, class schedule, attendance, school calendars, social media posts, and lunch menus at the touch of a button. The app is available for both Apple and Android. For complete login info and details on how to customize the app to meet your family’s needs, click here


Free and Reduced Meals

  • All students will receive meals at no cost for the 2021-2022 school year. This a USDA funded, nationwide program that allows all students to eat for free. We are excited for this opportunity to serve high-quality, delicious meals to all of our students and we encourage all students to eat school meals. Our Cartersville City Schools vision is "Every Student Fed" and we cannot wait to serve breakfast and lunch to your child!


  • If you are in need of a free/reduced letter for an alternate purpose (i.e. ACT/SAT, Boys & Girls Club, low-cost wifi, etc.) please email Christina Nichols at cnichols@cartersvilleschools.org.


Online Meal Payments

Follow the instructions below to check your child's lunch balance or make payments to their accounts:

  1. Go to www.myschoolbucks.com and register for your free account.
  2. Add your students using their school name and student ID.
  3. Make a payment to your students’ accounts with your credit/debit card or electronic check.
    A program fee may apply. You will have the opportunity to review any fees and cancel if you choose before you are charged.

Helpful Links

All of the following can be accessed through CLEVER. Students will log in with their school email address and password:


Office 365 Email Account

Schoology

USATestPrep

Moby Max


Technology How-To Videos:

Don't forget about our resources on our school website! Click here to find student "how-to" videos for information on checking your e-mail, using the Schoology App, submitting an assignment in Schoology, and other tutorial videos.