Cell Phones / Electronic Devices At CMS
Students are permitted to use their cellphones to listen to music through earbuds or headphones in the cafeteria, hallways, and library before school starts and during class period transitions. Cell phones and other electronic devices, except for the school issued Chrome book are to be out of sight and silenced during instructional time.
- Please refer to our Student/Parent Handbook for additional details
Click on the link for the Cellphone Discipline Matrix
Please be reminded of the mandatory National Junior Honor Society meeting to be held tomorrow, Wednesday, August 21st from 3PM – 5PM in the Multipurpose Room. All member are expected to be in attendance.
Please see the schedule below for James Farmer Scholars.
Saturday Session #1 9/21/2019 9:00am – 12:00pm Spotsylvania/Fredericksburg Mandatory Monroe Hall UMW
9/21/2019 12:30pm – 3:00pm Westmoreland/Caroline Mandatory Monroe Hall UMW
Scare School 10/12/2019 All counties/grades Optional Kings Dominion $25.oo without season pass $10.00 w/season pass Registration deadline: (9/21/2019)
Saturday Session #2– Senior Day 10/26/2019 9am-2pm Seniors Only, All Counties Mandatory UMW Monroe Hall
Holiday Material Drive -10/26/2019- 12/1/2019 All counties/grades Mandatory Scholar Community
Saturday Session #3– Community Service 12/14/2019
9am-1:00pm All counties/grades Optional UMW- Monroe Hall Register no later than 12/2/2019
Saturday Session #4– James Farmer 100 year Celebration 1/18/2020 9:00am- 3:00pm All counties/grades Mandatory -Chandler Ballroom
HBCU College Fair TBA Grades 10/11 only All counties Optional Washington, DC TBA
Saturday Session #5– Professional Development 3/14/2020 9:00am12:00pm Westmoreland/Caroline Mandatory Monroe Hall UMW
3/14/2020 12:30pm – 3:00pm Spotsylvania/Fredericksburg Mandatory Monroe Hall UMW
Kennedy Center Play- TBA All grades/counties Optional Kennedy Center Cost: $10
Dr. Harden’s Class participated in an Escape Room activity during Physical Science today. Students collaborated and attempted to solve the series of eight puzzles. Each puzzle focused science lab safety.
Teachers at Caroline Middle School rolled out the red carpet for the students on the first day of school! Greeting the students with smiling faces and a few noise makers showed just how much excitement there is this year to make a difference!