There are several MCPS meetings coming up that call for community and parent input. The MCCPTA is also hosting a Special Education Summit. We’ve consolidated them into one email for you to learn more and RSVP if interested. Science Curriculum Night Wednesday, May 8 Learn more about all core high school science course options, including […]
Media Specialist, Dr. Massey has suggested the following Common Sense Education Family article for our community. Here is a link to the tip sheet: https://www.commonsense.org/education/family-tips/6-12-media-balance-and-well-being
All Churchill cluster schools have free admission to the Men’s Varsity lacrosse game vs. Damascus on Tuesday, April 30th. Wear your Cougar Pride to get in for free! (Student IDs work too!)
This Friday, April 12th, the PTSA will host a 7th grade Principal’s Tea at 8:30 a.m. in our media center. This is a great opportunity to ask grade-level specific questions to administrators.
We have extended registration for the popular Coder Kids program so please sign up TODAY! Cabin John Middle School PTSA is working with Coder Kids to bring computer science-based after school programs to our school. This spring’s course offerings are around Machine Learning (mock Artificial Intelligence coding) and Mobile App Making (design an app!). You […]
Next week, April 8-12 is spring spirit week! Monday: PJ Day Tuesday: Jersey Day Wednesday: College Day Thursday: CJMS Spirit Day Friday: Class Color Day (6th – yellow) (7th – grey) (8th – blue) (class picture at lunch for those that participate!) See the 2019 Spring Spirit Week Schedule for more details!
Creek Clean Up for SSL Hours Sunday, April 7, 2018 – 9 am to 1 pm Location: Potomac Community Center Sign Up Here: https://atozconnect.com/cls/events?oast557 Students can earn SSL hours by helping pick up trash around the Potomac Community Center tennis court and creek area. Gloves, trash bags, and grabbers (limited amount) will be provided for the students. […]
The Cabin John Middle School Store needs your help! It’s a great way to volunteer at our school and help our students. Students can pick up useful school items and spirit wear — but the Store can only be open if parents sign up to be there. The store is open 2 days per week during […]
Have a budding CEO in your house? Or is your tween/teen looking for some release with yoga or a run club? CJMS is partnering with Flex Academies to bring some dynamic programs to our school this spring. Business skills, yoga, pottery and a run club — there is something for every interest! Activities run from […]
Mrs. D’Agnese and the arts team have organized an art show to showcase students who have taken art this year. The CJMS Art Show will take place on Thursday, April 4th from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. Student docents will guide the art show, which consists of tables and panels displaying student artwork. Photos and videos of […]
Cabin John Middle School PTA announces the SSL opportunity for March: Adopt-A-Road Clean-up for CJMS Students to Earn SSL Hours! Sunday, March 24, 2019 – 9 am to 1 pm. Please see SSL Clean Up March 24 flyer for information. Sign up here: https://atozconnect.com/cls/events?ukob9972 Students can earn SSL by helping pick up trash along a 1-mile […]
Media Specialist, Dr. Massey, shares the following with parents as CJMS continues to promote positive experiences with media for all students. Help Kids Post, Comment, and Upload Responsibly (Common Sense Media – Family Tip Sheet) As tweens and teens start sharing content and engaging with others online, it’s important for them to understand the tracks they’re […]
Please join us at our upcoming International Night 2019 on March 15th, from 6:30 to 8:30pm in the All-Purpose Room. Cabin John families have worked hard to create experiences to represent more than 20 countries from 6 continents at this event! It will be a great interactive community night with a trivia game with prizes, […]
This coming Tuesday, March 12 the Cabin John Middle School PTSA is hosting award-winning author Katherine Reynolds Lewis to speak about her recent book “The Good News About Bad Behavior: Why Kids Are Less Disciplined Than Ever – and What to Do About It”. Come join this short presentation and conversation about how to better understand our […]
Long-term, MCPS is considering boundary assessments. On March 7 the MCPS Board of Education will host a meeting to obtain community feedback to shape the work for the consultants, the framework for the assessment of the district’s school and cluster boundaries, and how the consultants will focus their efforts and analysis. (Please note: No specific […]