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Student FAQ Page

Cabot Middle School South’s Student FAQ Page

  1. Do we get a recess?  Yes. Students can play basketball, four square, and tether ball. They can also jump rope and swing. When it is raining, we have many indoor games for our students.

  2. What if my friend and I do not get assigned to the same team?  You will have opportunities to visit with your friend before school in the cafeteria or in the gym, or after school as you wait for your bus or as you wait for your car. 

  3. What are Clubs?  CMSS has over 40 clubs of various interests, such as fishing, making videos, Legos, making hair bows, games, Spanish, Student Council, Student Leadership Team, etc.

  4. Will we get grades?  Yes, students will receive letter grades for homework, classwork, tests, and projects.

  5. When should I arrive at school?  If you ride a bus, the driver will make sure to bring you to school on time.  If you are a walker or a car rider, please arrive between 7:30 and 8:00 AM.

  6. How will I know where to go on the first day of school?  On the first day of school, doors will open at 7:30 A.M. Student will report directly to their advisory teacher's classroom.

  7. Will I have lots of homework?  Teachers at CMSS do assign various homework assignments throughout the year, however, our teachers work together to make sure that you are not overloaded with homework every night. 

  8. How will I know what clothes are ok for middle school?  Just wear comfortable clothing. Make sure you wear sneakers or tennis shoes on the days that you have physical education. Shorts and skirts can be no shorter than 4 inches above the knee. Shirts must have straps that cover the shoulders. (No “spaghetti” straps.)

  9. Who will I go to if I have a problem?  Your advisory teacher will be there for you. You can also ask to see the school administrators or a counselor. We are all here to help!

Vision & Mission

The Cabot School District is committed to educating all students to be responsible citizens who value learning, treat others with
dignity and respect, and adapt successfully to the demands of the rapidly changing society.

The Cabot School District is committed to
"Preparing Today's Students for Tomorrow's Opportunities."