Welcome to Cheektowaga Central Middle School
Cheektowaga Central Middle School will be holding a Chiavetta's Chicken Dinner on Friday, November 5, 2021 from 12-4 P.M. The Chicken Dinner Fundraiser will help raise money for Middle School Initiatives and Incentives for students, faculty and staff. We hope to see you there!
A Message from Principal Cullinan...
We are very excited to welcome you to Cheektowaga Central Middle School and the 2021-22 school year. We could not be happier to get our students back into the building full time with us. We want everyone to know our number one priority is to provide a safe and health environment for all students and staff. We put an emphasis on developing our students and our goal is for students to become advocates for their own personal and academic growth. We look forward to working with students, families, teachers, staff and our community in making this school year a great one for all.
Student Physicals at the Middle School
Targeted grade levels 5 and 7, as well as any new student who is missing a physical.
Parents will be called to indicate that their child is being scheduled for a physical with our CMO (Chief Medical Officer: Dr. Kowalski) or may send in a current physical from their primary physician.
Grade 5 (8:30 - 9:30)
Grade 7 (9:30-10:30)
Modified athletes (10:30-11:30)
Cheektowaga Central Middle School
3600 Union Road
Cheektowaga, NY 14225
Email Patrick Cullinan
Email Katie Daniels
MS Main Office
Hours: 7 a.m.–3 p.m.
MS Student Services
Hours: 7 a.m.–3 p.m.
WNY Bus Co
COVID-19 Surveillance Testing Program
Our district will be participating in the Erie County Department of Health’s (ECDOH) Proximal and Surveillance Testing Program. Surveillance testing is not new to our district but the addition of testing, test collection and the addition of proximal testing - is new.
- Voluntary Surveillance Testing is part of a layered “mitigation strategy” designed to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. This testing program will test approximately 10% of those for whom consent has been received weekly. Participation in this program is strongly encouraged and completely voluntary. It involves a self-collected oral swab which is done just inside of the person's cheek. This will be done with a healthcare professional, provided to the district by the Erie County Department of Health.
- Proximal Testing is also voluntary and is for those who are in the same airspace as an infected individual but is for those who are not considered to be a close contact. This type of contact is considered “proximal”. Proximal contacts are not subject to quarantine, unless they are symptomatic.
Fully vaccinated individuals can participate in both types of testing and we urge you to consider having your child or children participate in these programs. We are urging your participation in this voluntary program in an effort to continue in-person learning experiences, while ensuring the safety of students, faculty and staff by reducing the risks of COVID-19 disease transmission in the school setting.
Read more about the Cheektowaga Central School District COVID-19 Surveillance Testing Program.