every friday is cougar spirit day!
All students and staff should wear the school colors red, black, and white to show their school spirit
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S.T.E.M. LAB RIBBON CUTTING
Enjoying after-school programs at Center
Think Together, Girls on the Move, Flag Football
Cookies With Superintendent
Superintendent Dr. Linda Kaminski visited Center staff for cookies and conversation. The Leadership students welcomed Dr. Kaminsky and proudly shared Center Middle School bright spots. Dr. Kaminski answered staff questions and provided clarifications.
Coffee with the Principal
red ribbon week: comfy clothes day
red ribbon week: band performance
Red Ribbon week: Paws off drugs poster
Students and staff "pledge to keep their hands of drugs" by putting their handprint on a long poster during lunch.
center middle school chocolate fundraiser april 14 - april 28
CONGRATULATIONS MRS. LANA!
Center's Health-aide Mrs. Lana Gonzalives is recognized as...
Center's Classified Employee of the Year!
8th grade boys basketball
Center's 8th grade basketball team participate in the Annual Championship Competition and places 2nd! Congratulations!
Center's AVID students present their future career PowerPoint at our annual AVID parent meeting.
Canned food drive
Congratulations to the two homerooms that brought in the most canned food items! Both Mrs. O'Haney and Mrs. Ye's classes brought in a total of almost 500 canned goods!
Center's Think Together Girls Volleyball Team places 4th at Think Together's Regional Tournament. Karla Hernandez-Palacios receives the Sportsmanship Award for her team.
CHOIR AND HAND BELLS WINTER CONCERT
In the AVID elective, students have an opportunity to participate in tutorials twice a week. Essentially what happens is students bring in problems they have trouble with in their core classes, and present them to the “tutorial” group. This group consists of 5-6 students and a college tutor. The problem is written up on a “tutorial request form” requiring the student to access “prior knowledge” about the problem, beforehand. The group then helps the student to solve the problem by using inquiry to “lead” the student to the solution, with the guidance of the tutor. Students take notes throughout the tutorial. After the student is done, the next student goes up from the group, and so on. This activity acts as a wonderful support to the achievement levels of AVID students in their core, academic classes.
Center's Leadership class at Murray Elementary School
Center's Leadership class with their adviser Miss Zabala visit Miss Gaytan's 4th grade class at Murray Elementary School to discuss middle school while doing an arts and crafts activity.
Center Middle School
5500 North Cerritos Avenue
Azusa, CA 91702
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We Welcome Parents
When visiting our school you must check into the office. You are welcome to visit, and we encourage you to volunteer.
If you need to check your child out early from school, please come to the office. You need to sign them out, and we will call and have them come to the office.
This week 7th grade A.V.I.D. students spent their time writing Christmas letters to troops over seas. These troops have been away from their families for a long time so the students wanted to thank them and wish them a merry Christmas.
Parent Engagement at Center Middle School: Not only do the parents support their children, but they also engage in weekly activities. This week's activity was to construct a family tree.
Center Middle School Host Unincorporated Azusa Community Meeting
Board President Yolanda Rodriguez-Peña visits Center's STEM LAB
red ribbon week: crazy socks day
brain awareness week