Incoming 6th Graders

Important Dates for Incoming 6th Graders

March 27, 2018:  Incoming 6th Grade Parent Info Night will be held in CWMS MPR at 6 p.m.  Please come and hear a presentation from Principal, Chris George, our counselors and teachers.

 

July 30, 2018: CWMS Online Registration is where you will purchase your student's PE uniform (required), order yearbooks, sign up for volunteer opportunities, join PTA, etc.  See the link for online registration on the CWMS website.

 

August 8, 2018 : Charger Camp. This day will be a chance for all your incoming 6th graders to get tours of the campus, meet the CW staff, and connect with a few buddies before starting school. At the end of Charger Camp, students will be given their class schedules. 

 

August 13th, 2018: First Day of School (Noon dismissal)

 

Student Union Teen Center

For after school care please go to: http://www.cwms.schoolloop.com/cms/page

How to Register for School Loop-6th Graders become active after school starts 8/14

School Loop is the one-stop-shop for all things related to your student's academics! On School Loop you will be able to constantly check grades, homework, and upcoming tests.You will also be able to email teachers or other students. Teachers often will attach worksheets and notes for those students that happen to be absent as well. It is an AMAZING resource! 

All 6th grade students will be introduced to School Loop in their classes in September and be instructed about how to register and log-in. Once they have received their log-in information, then you as a parent can register for your School Loop log-in as well. 

Go to the CWMS Homepage. Click on the Students tab at the top of the page and Schoolloop Login. Click on "Register Now" under the Login section. From there, follow instructions for registration. Also, please see the PDF instructions on the right column under "Counseling Locker" if you need additional assistance. 

Incoming 6th Grade Info Locker

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