The National History Bee and Bowl are buzzer-based history quiz competitions for primary and secondary school-aged students throughout the country. We are gathering the names of students who would like to participate in the History Bee and Bowl at Cabin John this year. Go to https://tinyurl.com/CJMS-HB2018 to register your interest and learn more!
Here’s a great way to volunteer at our school and help our students by working in the CJMS Store! 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 lunch […]
CJMS is collecting non-perishable food to help fight hunger in Montgomery County! Donations can be brought to the student’s homeroom class through October 31. The homeroom with the most cans will win a prize! See the Manna Food Drive flyer for more information.
CJMS will be celebrating the arrival of fall with a Spirit Week arranged by the SGA: Monday, PJ Day; Tuesday, Tacky Tuesday/Mismatch Day; Wednesday, Pink Day; Thursday, CJMS Day, wear blue; and Friday, Costume Day (no masks or weapons). The week ends with a Haunted Health Room and Movie night on Friday October 26th! 6PM: […]
We’re in the final stages of organizing STEM after-school activities. In case you missed it before, we still have a few spaces remaining in: Coder Kids’ Raspberry Pi Invent the Future Challenge First Lego League Odyssey of the Mind and Science Olympiad Each of these is a team-based, competitive activity designed to highlight different creative and […]
MATHCOUNTS is the premier nationwide middle school mathematics competition, with subject matter including geometry, counting, probability, number theory, and algebra. CJMS team members will receive training to participate in the MATHCOUNTS 2018-2019 competition series from a group of former winners! Tryouts are tentatively planned for next Wednesday, so sign up by this Saturday at https://tinyurl.com/CJMS-MATHCOUNTS2018 to register!
In case you were unable to attend the October 9 PTSA meeting, here’s your chance to see notes from the PTSA General Meeting October 2018, including Mr. Taylor discussing plans for student wellness, Ms. Snider presenting upcoming gifted & talented opportunities, and a showcasing of new after-school activities.
As a kickoff to our CJMS focus on volunteerism, we are planning for a Volunteer Social Event to meet and plan! Tentatively, this would be held at the Pony Express Restaurant, Bolger Center, Potomac on October 22 at 7:00pm. For more information or to RSVP, email VP2.firstname.lastname@example.org, Re: Volunteer Committee
This year, in alignment with the Maryland Safe to Learn Act of 2018, MCPS schools will train staff and students in an active assailant drill. The key element of this drill is to prepare staff and students to avoid and escape harm if they cannot get into a room that locks because they were out of the classroom for any […]
Mark your calendars — the CJMS Best Buddies program, which helps people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, is holding a fundraiser at the Westfield Montgomery Mall Chipotle on Tuesday, October 23rd from 4-8pm. Show this CJMS Best Buddies Chipotle flyer on your phone or in print and tell them you’re there to support CJMS Best […]
The Wootton PTSA is hosting a Montgomery County Candidates Meet & Greet on October 18, 2018 from 7-9pm in the Wootton HS Cafeteria. Please plan to attend to hear from candidates who will directly impact the futures of our students and our schools. This is a great opportunity for you to have your voice heard on issues of importance, including school boundaries.
Free admission is offered to CJMS students at next weekend’s Churchill football game! Cheer on the WCHS Varsity Football Team on Friday, October 19th for the Churchill vs Seneca Valley game; kickoff is at 6:30pm. https://churchillboosterclub.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/Fall-2018-Community-Night.pdf
The NAACP Parents’ Council extends an invitation to their 23rd Annual Parents Council Kick-off on Monday, Oct. 22 from 5-9pm at Richard Montgomery High School. Keynote speaker for the evening is Catherine Lhamon, Chair of the US Commission on Civil Rights, and there are three great sessions planned for the breakout portion of the evening. Register for this […]
The Scholastic Book Fair that our students visited this week is closing on Friday, October 12, 2018. Consider supporting your child’s reading interests and check out the teacher wish lists to give them your support! Y ou can also buy from your student’s wish list online from October 5 to October 18 using this link: http://www.scholastic.com/bf/cabinjohnmiddleschool All books […]
Montgomery County Public Schools has proposed two options for the school calendar for the 2019-2020 year. The two scenarios differ in part by the presence/absence of a full week spring break. The options are available for viewing and comment for the next several weeks at https://www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/calendar/proposed-calendar-2019-20.aspx#comments