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::: Daily Announcements :::

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Mrs. Kendal Privette, 2018-2019 Teacher of the Year

Mrs. Privette has taught seventh and eighth grade language arts and social studies in Wilkes County for more than twenty years. Her favorite aspect of Central Wilkes Middle School is its diversity, and her favorite attribute in a student is curiosity. She is an avid reader and runner and is active in a local church. Her two sons, Hank and Jack both graduated from Wilkes Central, and her husband, Chris is a local wood worker.
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7th Graders Recommend REFUGEE

7th graders from all four county middle schools read the book REFUGEE and attended a presentation by author Alan Gratz at the Stone Center.
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PTSO Adopt-a-Classroom Program

Support CWMS through the PTSO Adopt-a-Classroom program. Learn how YOU can be a donor and make a difference. Click the "Read More" link.
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Empowering Youth To Lead and Succeed in the Global Community

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 CWMS Celebrates Red Ribbon Week with Character Day!

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