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CENTRAL MIDDLE NEWS
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CMS Technology Distribution

School starts Sept. 8, 2020. We’re ready!! Are you?

Device distribution will be Thursday, September 3, 2020 at Central Middle School from 11:30 am -7:00 pm.  Students who are enrolled in distance learning will receive their schedules, math and english workbooks for their classes, class codes to access their classes on the first day of school, and a device if they don’t already have one checked out. 

 

CMS Virtual Orientation

We hope you are looking forward to an exciting school year. We know you have many questions that you would like answered before school starts on Tuesday, September 8, 2020. To provide you with answers and information we would like you to join us for a Central Middle School Virtual Orientation on Zoom. You can attend on a computer or phone by entering the following web address:  https://bit.ly/2DdzDV3  Orientation will be held at 10:00 am and 6:00 pm. The information provided will be the same at both sessions so chose the session that best fits into your schedule. This orientation is for families who have enrolled in distance learning and are school based. This information will not apply to those enrolled in Kansas City Virtual Academy.

Join us Wednesday to have your questions answered about the upcoming school year. We look forward to seeing you!

 

Our School

Cultivating student success through quality instruction.

Each student at Central Middle School is part of a team within the school creating a “school-within-a-school” environment. Students work with a close team of teachers for their core subjects. With smaller classes and a team of core instructors, students enjoyed increased quality instruction.

As a one-to-one school, Central Middle students receive their own technology device allowing teachers to use innovative teaching opportunities to life. Ultimately, the goal at Central Middle is to provide a culture where students develop a love of learning.

Community driven education.

We are committed to helping our students be successful, both in and out of the classroom. We believe teaching our students personal and moral values through positive association with faculty and our community is vital to helping our students succeed.

One of Central Middle’s largest community partners is City Year Kansas City. They place AmeriCorps members in Central Middle all day, every day for the entire school year. These volunteers are a consistent, caring presence and provide students with additional one-on-one and small group support, helping students to overcome the numerous challenges.

Students in class at CMS