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Right to Know Letters

Our district receives federal funds, and schools are required to provide families notice if their child has been taught for four or more consecutive weeks by a teacher who has not met Pennsylvania certification and licensure requirements. These letters show the professional qualifications of the teachers who are serving under emergency teaching certifications and seeking to finalize Pennsylvania certifications. If you have any questions about certifications for any teacher, please contact Mr. Mark Condo, Director of Human Resources. 


Right to Know Letters

Cell phone Policy at CMMS: 

Students are not permitted to use their cell phones or other electronic devices during the school day, which is from the time they enter the building until the time they leave the building after dismissal. All devices should be off and in student backpacks, or placed in the cell phone holders in teacher's classroom for the duration of that block. 

Policy violators will receive the following for each subsequent offense:

(1) warning, phone back at end of day

(2) detention, phone back at end the end of the day

(3) detention, parent pick up phone

(4) parent pick up phone and additional consequences given by administration

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