This Week’s Events!

Monday, October 31st:

Book Fair Begins! Dress Like a Pirate or (Black & Orange Day)

Tuesday, Nov. 1st:
S.T.A.R.T. (Tutoring)
Boy’s Basketball Conditioning, 2:45 p.m.

Sports Picture, 3 pm

Wednesday, Nov. 2nd:
Blue & Gold Day
Homecoming Game (against Louisa)

Fundraiser Arrives for pickup!

Thursday, Nov. 3rd:
S.T.A.R.T. (Tutoring)
Boy’s Basketball Conditioning, 2:45 p.m.

Superhero T-shirt Day

Friday, Nov. 4th:


Sunday, Nov. 6th is Daylight Savings! FALL BACK!

Upcoming Events for the Month of November:
Monday, Nov. 7th:
FB @ Walker Grant (4:30)
Tuesday, Nov. 8th:
No School for Students! Election Day! Teacher PD/Workday
Nov. 9th-10th:
Basketball Tryouts
 Astronomy Night from 5:30-7 pm
Friday, Nov. 11th:
Veteran’s Day
Monday, Nov. 14th:
Veteran’s Day Ceremony @ The Garden(3:30-4:30 pm)

Governor’s School Information Night, Thursday November 10th, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.!


An information session will be provided about the programs and services of both schools, The Chesapeake Bay Governor’s School which serves students in grades 10-12 and The Commonwealth Governor’s School serves students in grades 9-12.

This informational session will run on Thursday night, November 10th from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

For more information, please follow the link below, or contact Mrs. Lindsey Rose, Secondary Gifted Specialist,  


NJHS students honor Mrs. Rosina Allen!

Members of the National Junior Honor Society gathered at the front of the commons, before their peers, carrying a basket filled with pink and white items. These students gathered to honor a breast cancer survivor among them, their teacher, Mrs. Rosina Allen.

Please view the link below for the full article. Great job NJHS students and Mrs. Baker-Latney!

Weekly Events at CMS!

Word of the Week=CONTRAST

Tuesday, Oct. 25th
Football (home) Culpeper 4:30
Soccer (away) @ Carmel School (4:30)

Anti-Bullying Walk 3-5 pm

Wednesday, Oct. 26th
Make-up School Picture Day

BETA Meeting

Thursday, Oct. 27th
Soccer @ Veritas (4 pm)
BETA Meeting

Early Dismissal (11:30)

Friday, Oct. 28th

Halloween Dance, 6-8 pm

Southwest Dairy Farms visits CMS!



Thursday, October 20th, 2016, Caroline Middle School 6th graders were able to participate in a mobile dairy classroom through Southwest Dairy Farms.  Students were able to hear what life is like on the farm and about the farm to table movement occurring in our area.  Students also viewed a cow being milked and discussed dairy products as well as how dairy effects their everyday life.  We would like to thank Southwest Dairy for such a fantastic presentation!