Currituck County Middle School

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  • 2019 Sheriff's Youth Summer Camp

    Potential summer camp activities to include: team building exercises, archery, education about indigenous animals to Currituck County, YMCA Alpine Tower swing, Currituck Sheriff's Office K-9 demonstration, tour of the Currituck County Jail, gym activities, visits from National Guard, U.S. Army, U.S. Navy servicemen, visits from FBI, ATF, SBI, Currituck Sheriff's Office CID, Narcotics, and SWAT Deputies, Currituck Sheriff's Office SWAT demo, visits from N.C.Juvenile Court Counselors, mock officer involved scenarios, shooting a taser, Jennette’s fishing pier, touring Currituck's Outer Banks with Bob’s Wild Horse Tours to observe wild horses, H2OBX water park fun day, watching a J.B. Rattles presentation to include handling snakes, scorpions, lizards, and other reptiles, visits from Career Management Counselors and Emergency Management presentations.

    Summer Camp Dates/Times:
    High school camp: June 10th-20th Mon-Thurs 8am-4pm
    Middle school summer camp #1: July 8th-18th Mon-Thurs 8am-4pm
    Middle school summer camp #2: July 22nd- August 1st Mon-Thurs 8am-4pm
    Middle school summer camp #3: August 5th-15th Mon-Thurs 8am-4pm

    Applications can be found online at: 
    Applications can ONLY be submitted by the following methods:
    Emailed to Deputy Nathan Large at
    Currituck Middle school students can hand deliver to Deputy Jason Jones
    Moyock Middle school students can hand deliver to Deputy Lisa Starcher
    Currituck High school students can hand deliver to Deputy Nathan Large
    J.P. Knapp Early College can hand deliver to secretary Annette Samborski

    Applicants will be accepted on a first come first serve basis. New applicants will take priority over previous camp participants. All Applications must be received by April 5th 2019. There is NO fee to attend summer camp.

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  • PE Equipment

    Coach Eaves and Coach Whitehurst are kicking-off a year-long fundraiser that is done through The CCMS PE department will earn money when people shop online through our school store.  Money raised will go towards the purchase of much-needed PE equipment. There are 400 companies such as Walmart, Target, and Office Depot that participate and donate a percentage of money to our school when we shop with them through our school store. Click on the link to see a 5 minute video of how the fundraiser works:

    Thanks for your support!


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  • This is a generic supply list for each grade level/elective. Teachers may request additional items after the beginning of the school year.

    For CCMS Supply List Click here


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  • The Currituck County Minister's Council for Education is comprised of ministers, lay persons, board members, public school employees, and citizens of Currituck County.  The council links education, church, community, and local agency resources to provide services that support Currituck County Schools and their students.  We here at Currituck County Middle School would like to thank the Council - and especially our partner churches - New Life Christian Fellowship and Jarvisburg Church of Christ - for their meaningful support of our students and staff!

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  • CCMS

     Raider Oath:

    Be Respectful
    Be Responsible
    Be Safe

    Vision Statement:

    Currituck County Middle School aims to be an exemplary learning community that produces lifelong learners of sound character that are able to live in and make a positive contribution to a changing world.

    Mission Statement:

    In order to prepare our students to be lifelong learners that live in and make a positive contribution to a changing world, Currituck County Middle School fosters a positive learning environment based on high expectations, that meet the academic, cultural, and social needs of our students by providing a rigorous school curriculum, building and nurturing positive relationships, and creating a safe learning environment that allows our students to reach their fullest potential.

    Shared Beliefs:

    We believe that:

    - all students can achieve when given a variety of support strategies and an unwavering belief in the power of high expectations.

    - all students are entitled to learn in a safe, healthy, and orderly environment.

    - our school is the center of our community and it is our responsibility to provide opportunities for students to be responsible and productive citizens.

    - every student is unique and we must identify and foster each student’s strengths.

    - collaboration is essential when building a community of lifelong learners.

    - “grit” is critical to successful learning and must be cultivated and nurtured.