NJHS helps out family with the Texas We Care project!

Texas Resident Invited to Shop at CMS!

Caroline Middle School National Junior Honor Society students hosted a TEXAS WE CARE! drive during the month of September. Students, staff and community members donated over 5,000 items over 55 care packages to assist residents impacted by Hurricane Harvey. Various items were sent, including personal hygiene products, clothes, shoes, book bags, school supplies, cleaning products, detergent, sheets, and much more.

CMS, National Junior Society (NHJS) Sponsor, Mrs. Baker-Latney had the honor of meeting Tristan, a Texas resident who was affected by Hurricane Harvey. After Hurricane Harvey destroyed Tristan’s home, he relocated to Caroline County, though his parents and siblings were unable to relocate.

Tristan was invited to shop at the NJHS Hygiene Pantry. Not only did Tristan select items that he needed, he was also encouraged to select items for his parents and siblings. Tristan stated, “I’m very grateful, and it’s such a great feeling that young students in another state are willing to help us, Wow!”  The items selected for his parents and siblings were sent through priority mail.

This year, the NJHS will go above and beyond to help families. Our goal is to assist families within our community, throughout Virginia and our country. As NJHS President Jasmyne Lewis stated, “We would want others to help us if we were in need here in Virginia.” As a result of the generous donations collected. Caroline Middle School haves additional items and care packages available for families in need. Our CMS student leaders understand the value of building relationships and exceed in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Character, Service, and Citizenship. They are definitely implementing “Scholars Today Leaders tomorrow.”

Texas resident, Tristan, receives supplies from NJHS

NJHS provided supplies for the residents of Texas.

Halloween Dance, Friday October 20th, 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.!

This Friday, CMS is holding their annual Halloween Dance, sponsored by the Jr. Beta Club. The cost to attend is $5.00 and tickets will be sold at all lunches this week. There will also be a best costume contest with cash prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place and the spooky Hall of Screams and Escape Room for an additional $2.00. There will also be refreshments sold for various prices. So come out and have a spooky, fun time at the Halloween Dance, Friday October 20th!

Kindness is Contagious Campaign!

CMS has kicked off a Kindness is Contagious Campaign! Throughout the month and continuing through the year, students will have the opportunity to recognize one another and participate in activities that help the community.  We are creating a paper chain that we hope will run throughout the school where students have the ability to report kindness they see.  Additionally, beginning next Friday, students will have whole school acts of kindness they are encouraged to participate in.  Friday October 20th, students will be asked to bring in a canned good to donate to the local area Food Bank.  #Kindnessiscontagious@CMS


CMS students participate in the Kindness is Contagious campaign!

                                                                     Staff and students get into the Kindness activity!

                                                          Deputy Hall shows his kindness!

                                                               Watch these students get into the Kindness spirit!

PSAT testing for 8th grade students, Thursday, November 9th!

Good Morning Parents and Students!

This year we have the opportunity to offer to our 8th graders the chance to take the PSAT 8/9! It’s free of charge to the student and will be given during school hours on Thursday, November 9 (originally scheduled for November 2).

This is a great way to know what areas you excel in and what areas you need to work on prior to going to the High School! Email Dr. Burruss at jburruss@ccps.us or call at 804-633-6561 x4025 with any questions or for more information. You can also contact her for an opt out form.

For more information about the test, visit the website at: