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8th Grade Slideshow Pictures Needed

In honor of the Class of 2019, the video production team will be creating an original 8th grade slideshow presentation to be featured at the recognition ceremony in June. As such, we are writing to invite each student to submit a maximum of two photographs to Mrs. Benyik for this project.​ Images will highlight the […]

Important Upcoming Dates for Eighth Grade Students

Below are upcoming dates and times of events for eighth grade students.  April 29: Camp MiTeNa Presentation for Students, 8:00am Media Center April 29: Camp MiTeNa Presentation for Parents, 6:00pm Media Center May 13: Class Picture Date, 8:00am June 5-7: Trip to Camp MiTeNa June 13: Last Day of School for 8th Grade Students June […]

Camp Mi Te Na Informational Night for 8th Grade Parents

On April 29, at 6:00 pm in the Cawley Media Center, Matt Hansen from the YMCA and Camp Mi Te Na, will provide an overview of the activities, facilities and supplies needed for the eighth graders overnight trip to Camp Mi Te Na. The trip is scheduled for June 5, 6 and 7. Information regarding […]

Student Placement 2019-2020

The administration and staff of Cawley Middle School will soon begin the process of placing students into classes for the 2019-2020 school year. We believe that the proper placement of your child is very important and we carefully consider all relevant information that will enable your child to have a positive school experience. Our goal […]

Drop-off and Pick-up Procedures

This is a reminder of the drop-off and pick-up procedures at the front of the school. There have been several issues the past week with parents dropping off students in the morning. It is vital that everyone follows the procedures below. 1. Always drive the car past the crosswalk when dropping off and picking up […]

New Hampshire Statewide Assessment System

Sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students will be participating in the New Hampshire Statewide Assessment System (NH SAS) for English Language Arts and Mathematics. Students in eighth grade will also be assessed in Science. Students who have the most significant cognitive disabilities are eligible to take the Dynamic Learning Maps, DLM, assessment, as designed in […]