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Anonymous Tip is a Safe and Anonymous Reporting Service for Schools and Law Enforcement. This is just one more way CMS is trying to help students report any school issue that they may not feel comfortable talking about to adults (ex. bullying, threats, etc.). Click on the link and follow the directions to report an incident directly to CMS.
Lost & Found
Please check the Lost and Found in the library. We donate the Friday before Thanksgiving, the Friday before Spring Break and again at the end of school year.
Take Charge of Education is a program run by Target stores to benefit schools. Through this program, 1% of all Target card purchases can be donated to Cucamonga Middle School. You purchase these items as you would normally, and a percentage goes to CMS. it is a simple and free fund raiser for our school.
Here is how it works:
1) Call 1-800-316-6142 or visit www.target.com to designate Cucamonga Middle School to receive the donation.
2) Use your Target card to purchase items at Target stores or online.
3) Target will donate 1% of your guest card purchases to Cucamonga Middle School.
For more information, or if you do not have a Target guest card and would like one, please feel free to call 1-800-316-6142. Thank you for helping in the continuing efforts to make Cucamonga Middle School a great place to learn.
CMS Mission Statement
In a safe, positive environment, all students will be challenged in the learning process by a staff that empowers independent thinkers and prepares them for high school and the global community
CMS Book Fair
CMS Book Fair will be held October 24 – 31. It will be open during the Fall Family Festival from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Click on this link to start your wish list, http://bookfairs.scholastic.com/homepage/cucamongamiddleschool. You can order on-line beginning October 19.
Make a Difference Day! Jeans 4 Teens
In Collaboration with Cucamonga Middle School, we will be able to make a difference and pass out jeans for teens and even elementary and junior high students!
Thank you for joining us and helping our students get jeans for the upcoming cold weather.
Date: Saturday, October 25, 2014
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Location: Valley View High School
October Cougar Claw
The Multi-Media staff is proud to share the October issue of the Cougar Claw for the 2014/15 school year. Click on http://cms-csd-ca.schoolloop.com/cms/page_view?d=x&piid=&vpid=1390053877271&group_id=1315636726925&no_controls=t.We hope you enjoy it!
Congratulations to Cari Gibson
Congratulations to Cari Gibson, 6th grade teacher at Cucamonga Middle School, for being named one of three San Bernardino County Teachers of the Year!!
The Press-Enterprise recently printed an article about Mrs. Gibson. To view this article, please click on the link below:
Congratulations to the CMS September Citizens of the Month
You could be one of eleven national winners to receive $1,000 to be used towards drug prevention at your school.
Every October, schools across America celebrate a healthy, drug-free life as part of Red Ribbon Week. Now through November 4th, your school and students can enter the “Love Yourself. Be Drug-Free™.” photo contest.
There are two ways to enter:
After your home or school is decorated, follow these easy steps to win the grand prize:
MEMORIES LIKE THIS COME ONCE IN A LIFETIME!
Order your 2014-2015 yearbook now before they run out. The cost of the yearbook if ordered by October 1, 2014 is $30. After that the price will increase to $35. So, be sure to order now in order to reserve a copy. In addition, a pre-purchased yearbook will be every eligible student’s ticket into the end-of-the-year signing party. Orders can be placed at the school by cash or check (payable to Cucamonga Middle School) or online with a CREDIT CARD at http://jostensyearbooks.com?REF=A00574200. Contact the yearbook advisor, Mr. Myers, if you have any questions. Yearbooks will be distributed to students on June 1, 2015.
Community Discount Cards
Community Discount Cards are being sold in the library for $10 each. Net proceeds offset costs for the Travel Club.
Central School District Celebrates 100 Years
From citrus groves to suburbs, Central School District celebrates 100 years. Some parents of school-aged children in the western part of what today is Rancho Cucamonga found themselves in a rather difficult position 102 years ago.
Board of Trustees Takes Action to Place a Bond Measure on the November 2014 Ballot
Thanks to all of you who returned the District Priority survey sent home in May. This was truly a great effort to integrate the input of district staff and hundreds of parents and community members to develop a comprehensive District Facilities Master Plan. In addition, we held meetings at each of our school sites and conducted two community surveys regarding our school site needs. We are delighted that our community is extremely supportive of our District.
On July 17th, our School Board considered all of this input and I am pleased to report to you that they unanimously voted to place a bond measure on the November 2014 ballot to fund our local schools. This bond measure will replace an expiring bond at a lower tax rate and therefore, will not increase the tax rate currently paid by property owners.
If you have any questions, please contact Donna Libutti, Superintendent, or Lori Isom, Assistant Superintent, Business Services, at (909) 989-8541.
The Board adopted resolution, tax rate statement, and final community survey results are available by clicking the links below:
Cucamonga Middle School LCAP Survey Results
In February every Central School District family was asked to complete a school survey to assist us in the development of the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). We appreciate your participation in this important survey and are pleased to share our results at Cucamonga Middle School. Please click here for the Cucamonga Middle School LCAP Survey Results.
Women on the Move Network; Junior Women on the Move Program
Junior Women on the Move, girls ages 12-14, a program where you explore ideas, learn about careers, express your feelings, make art projects, do community service and have fun! Thursdays, 4-5:15pm, Rancho Cucamonga Family Resource Center
Aeries Parent Portal Help
United States Youth Volleyball League
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Bell Schedule 2014-2015
Cucamonga Middle School
Bell Schedule 2014-2015
Late Start Friday
Monday – Thursday
2nd – 9:04-10:00
3rd- 10:04- 11:00
1st lunch (8th grade) - 11:00-11:40
Grade 8 - 4th – 11:44- 12:40
2nd lunch (6th grade)- 11:34-12:14
Grade 6 - 4th- 11:04-11:34/12:18-12:40
3rd lunch (7th grade)- 12:00- 12:40
Grade 7 - 4th - 11:04- 12:00
Modified Day (Monday- Thursday)
1st- 8:00- 8:44
2nd- 8:48- 9:28
3rd- 9:32- 10:12
4th- 10:16- 10:56
5th – 11:00- 11:40
6th- 11:44- 12:24
Lunch- 12:24- 12:40
Inclement Weather (Monday - Thursday)
8th grade lunch- 11:00-11:27
Tardy Bell 11:30
6th grade lunch -11:35-12:02
Tardy Bell 12:05
7th grade lunch- 12:10-12:37
Tardy Bell 12:40
Fridays - Late Start
Teacher report time 7:45
Teacher Collaboration-7:45 – 8:45
1st bell rings at 8:55
1st - 8:59-9:46
1st lunch - (8th grade) 11:28-12:08
2nd lunch - (6th grade) 11:52-12:32
3rd lunch - (7th grade) 12:18-12:58
Grade 8 - 4th- 12:12-12:58
Grade 6 - 4th - 11:32-11:52/12:36-12:58
Grade 7 - 4th - 11:32-12:18
Modified Day Fridays
Teacher report time 7:45
1st bell rings at 8:50
5th – 11:18-11:49
6th – 11:53-12:24
Lunch- 12:24- 12:40
Inclement Weather Fridays
8th grade lunch- 11:27-1154
Tardy Bell 11:57
6th grade lunch -11:54-12:21
Tardy Bell 12:24
7th grade lunch- 12:24-12:54
Tardy Bell 12:58