• CMS Campus is closed to visitors until April 10, 2020 or further notice.

    CMS Distance Learning is in effect:

    • Look for clear messaging to come from your students' teachers no later than Wednesday, March 25
    • Check the CMS DISTANCE LEARNING portal for ALL information regarding distance learning.

     

    The CUSD district website has a variety of at home resources available for students and families for the continuity of learning. https://www.cusdk8.org/Page/8775

    In addition, the CUSD site has posted addiional information related to COVID-19. https://www.cusdk8.org/Page/8768

     


    Registration Information for the 2020-2021 school year is now available on the CUSD website. (https://www.cusdk8.org/Page/8579)

    Please note that if you already have a student in one of our feeder elementary schools and do not plan to change your address, your student(s) will automatically be enrolled in CMS. You do not have to complete any paperwork or register again. 

    The Priority Open Enrollment Lottery will be done electronically on March 30, 2020.

    Lottery results will be available electronically the week of April 6, 2020.


    If you have any requests for the CMS Front Office (ex: transcripts, registration, records request, ParentVUE, etc.) please fill out this Google Form with a valid email address. 


     

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  • Homework Center:

    CMS offers a Homework Center Monday through Thursday from 3:00 - 4:00 in the school library starting August 27. The Homework Center is supervised by a teacher, and students will have access to technology and the necessary resources to complete assignments. The Homework Center is offered on a drop-in basis; no registration is necessary. Arrangements should be made so that students are picked up or walk directly home no later than 4:00 as there is no campus supervision after that time.

     

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  • Parents - Wheelkids Middle School Summer Classes are available.  Each class will depend on status of Shelter-In-Place order at that time.  

    Sponsored by the City of Cupertino Safe Routes to School Program, the Middle School Bike Skills Class ensures students acquire the street navigation and bike handling skills needed to safely and confidently ride to school and beyond. Classes are taught by League of American Bicyclists League Cycling Instructors (LCI) through Wheel Kids Bicycle Club, Inc.

    2020 Summer Schedule (only need to sign-up for one class):

    Sunday, May 31
    Sunday, June 28
    Sunday, July 19
    Saturday, Aug 1
    Sunday, Aug 23

    Typical Daily Schedule:
    8:15 – 8:30:  Arrival and check-in
    8:30  –  Class starts!
    8:30 – 9:15:  Classroom discussion
    9:15 – 9:30:  Learn ABC quick check, get ready to ride bikes
    9:30 – 9:45:  Break
    9:45 – 10:30:  Blacktop skills – hand signals, power starts, how to stop
    10:30 – 10:45:  Break
    10:45 – 12:30:  On street ride – practicing recently learned skills
    12:30 – 1:00:  Debrief, Q&A time

     

    Cost*: $110/student (accompanying parent included)
    Eligibility: rising 6th – 8th graders
    Location: Cupertino Senior Center, Reception Hall

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