Posted Tuesday June18, 2019
Today Cheektowaga Central Middle School students were acknowledged for their efforts in following The 5BS and being referral free for the last month of school. Students enjoyed a Luau Lunch Party during their lunch period. The Luau Lunch Party included festive music, special lunch, leis for each student, popsicles, and a limbo contest! A fun time was had by all! Congratulations to the Limbo Contest Winners: Brenden Ballard- 5th Grade, Daviana Anthony & Sahmirah McKithen- 6th grade, CJ Kibby- 7th grade, Nevayeh King-8th grade. Thank you to all of the students that did their very best each day to follow The 5Bs! Here is to a great 2018-2019 school year.Thank you to the PTA helpers and all of the volunteers that helped to make this event such a success! Special thanks to Mrs. Skierczynski for helping to coordinate this fun event.LIMBO CONTEST WINNERS
Posted June 2019
Cheektowaga Central Middle School students have the opportunity to participate in monthly raffles, by entering Warrior Ways that they have earned for following The 5BS. This months raffle was for a chance to win a bike or a Sabre's hockey stick signed by Christian Ehrhoff. Way to go following The 5Bs! Congratulations to the winners!
Logan De’Andrea: Official Sabres Hockey stick signed by Christian Ehrhoff
Delaney Simmons: Tony Hawk bike
Anthony Geleta: Official Sabres Hockey stick signed by Christian Ehrhoff
Annabella Heske: Official Sabres Hockey stick signed by Christian Ehrhoff
Philip Tirone: Schwinn bike
Marissa Jones:Tony Hawk BMX bike
Posted February 2018
The Middle School's School-wide Behavioral Goal for February/March 2018 is to increas safe behavior in the Hallways by 20%, by focussing on lowering voice levels and avoiding physical contact. If we reach our goal, March 23rd we will earn our School-wide Celebration: Pajama and Movie Day!
Link to view poster: Feb March 2018 Behavioral Goal Poster
Posted Decemeber 2017
The Middle School's School wide Behavioral Goal for Decmeber/January 2017-2018 is to increase SAFE behavior by 20% (in the hallways, cafeteria, bathrooms and on the bus) . If we reach our goal we will earn our school wide Celebration: Pajama, Popcorn and Movie Day
Link to view poster: MS Dec-Jan 2017-2018 School Wide Behavioral Goal Poster
Posted October 13, 2017
The Middle School's School wide Behavioral Goal for September/October 2017 is to increase KIND behavior by 10%. If we reach our goal our entire school will be able to dress up for Halloween!
Link to view poster: MS Sept-Oct 2017-2018 School wide behavioral goal
Posted April 10, 2017
Project Positive Update, Middle School: Congratulations to students for reaching their Project Positive behavioral goal for February/March, to increase respectful behavior by 15 percent. On Fri., April 7th students enjoyed a grade-level Luau Lunch Party in the cafeteria that included a sweet and sour chicken lunch, a frozen treat for each student, Hawaiian music, and a limbo contest. Students were also allowed to dress in Hawaiian apparel, complete with sunglasses, flip flops, and hats. Special thanks to our teachers for all that you do each day to teach, re-teach and model the 5Bs and promote positive behaviors.
Posted April 5, 2017
Project Positive Update, Middle School: Students have earned their second school-wide celebration, a Hawaiian Luau Lunch Party on Fri., April 7. The goal was to increase respectful behavior by 15% and they did it. Teachers worked hard to teach what respectful behavior looks like in their classrooms which helped the students reach their goal. On Fri., April 7, students may wear shorts, Hawaiian shirts, flip flops or slides, sunglasses and hats (please follow the school dress code). They will also be treated to a Hawaiian lunch with a frozen treat, and get to participate in a limbo contest. Congratulations CCMS Warriors, great job following the 5B's!
Posted March 24, 2017
Middle School Project Positive Update: Students are well on their way to earning their Hawaiian Luau Lunch Party! Their goal is to increase respectful behavior by 15% and so far they are right on track. Teachers are working hard to teach what respectful behavior looks like in their classrooms. If the goal is reached, students will be able to wear shorts, Hawaiian shirts, flip flops or slides, sunglasses and hats on April 7. They will also be treated to a Hawaiian lunch with a frozen treat and participate in a limbo contest. You can do it, Middle School students! Stayed tuned for more updates.
Posted February, 2017
Project Positive Update from the Middle School - The November and December behavioral goals were to reduce office referrals by 10% and increase respectful behavior. Students surpassed that goal and earned a school-wide celebration, Pajama/Movie/Popcorn Day on Jan. 27!