Favorite Holiday Movie Character Day

two teachers dressed like the Grinch
(L to R) Dr. Harnden and            Mr. Bonner – 8th grade teachers
Three teachers dressed like movie characters
Whoville is taking over CMS!
Teacher and student
Ms. Mobley pictured with student
(L to R) Ms. Dominguez and            Ms. Balmer (A.K.A. The Nutcracker and Prancer) Spanish teacher and 6th Grade teacher, respectively
two students dressed like characters
two 7th graders
teacher and assistant principal dressed up like movie characters
(L to R) Ms. Masoka, 6th grade teacher and Ms. Bucceri, 6th Grade AP
Two teachers with a student dressed like movie characters
(L to R) Ms. Uscilowski & Ms. Vanderherchen, 7th grade teachers with a student.
two teachers next to Christmas tree
Frosty The Snowman Teachers

Staff and students dressed like their favorite Holiday movie characters today!  No one was courageous enough to dress like Clark Griswold’s brother-in-law, Eddie with the white shoes, from the movie “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation”.



CMS Administrators bearing gifts
(L to R) Mrs. Foster, CMS Principal,  Ms. Bucceri, 6th Grade AP;              Mr. Mack, 8th Grade AP; and          Ms. Griggs, 7th Grade AP

Our CMS Admin team sang “Dashing through the halls…with a one horse open cart,” while delivering popcorn & movie gift bags to faculty & staff.


Two teachers with holiday hats
(L to R) Ms. Vaughan and Ms. Dominguez
Two teachers with holiday hats
(L to R) Mr. Dudley and Ms. Rachanow
Two staff ladies with holiday hats
(L to R) Ms. Samuel and Ms. Smith
principal and attendance clerk with holiday hats
(L to R) Mrs. Foster, CMS principal, and Ms. Smith
cafeteria ladies with holiday hats
Ms. Monroe, Ms. Kappler, Ms. Thomas
Four teachers with holiday hats
(L to R) student, Ms. Mobley,            Ms. Kuykendall, Ms. Masoka             (in front) Ms. Boone











teacher with festive earrings and hat
Ms. Mobley

Mathematics Workshops for Parents – Fall 2017

Mathematics Workshops for Parents are designed specifically for parents of middle school students.  Mathematics instruction across the country has changed dramatically over the past decade.

This is where YOU, the parent comes in…these workshops will provide you with the opportunity to explore mathematics teaching and learning to help you learn mathematics in order to support your child at home.

  • Location – Caroline Middle School 
  • Mondays from 6 – 7:30 October 23, 30; November 6, 13, 27
  • Dinner will be provided for families during the workshops. Homework help will be provided for school age children during the sessions.
  • Contact Info: Kristina Anthony, VCU, 804-828-1302,  anthonykc@vcu.edu

This program is part of a research study through the VCU School of Education. Participants will be asked to attend all six sessions. Pre/post interviews will be conducted with a small portion of the participants.