The CBMS Winter Dance is scheduled for this Thursday, January 10th. The entry fee is $3.00 Times: 6th grade – 6:00-7:00, 7th/8th grade 7:00-8:30
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About Terri Motley
I've been an employee with the Centralia School District for 15 years. I'm currently the secretary at the middle school. I'm the middle school cross country coach.
I'm married to Tim Motley, the 7th grade math teacher at CBMS. We have 2 children, Zach and Mary, that have both graduated from the Centralia School District.
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Chester Boren Middle School would like to invite our local senior citizens to join us for our annual Thanksgiving luncheon. The luncheon is November 14th from 11:15am-12:30pm.
Attention Parents! Wagner Portrait Group will be at school Wednesday, October 24th, for Absentee and Retake School Picture Day. If your student was absent on original picture day, please send the order form back to school with your student or you can go online towww.WagnerPortraitGroup.com and use the password: CBMS to place your order or click on […]
We are now accepting online course requests and registration for summer school. It is open to current grade levels 02-07 (next years 03-08 grades) Please go to the district website, www.centralia.k12.mo.us, and log into your parent portal account. select SS18, and using the RED Online Registration tab, select your child’s FIVE (5) afternoon activity choices (1,2,3, […]
The 2018 CBMS Winter Concert is scheduled for February 22nd at 8:00 am. Families are invited to attend the concert. The concert will be held in the middle school gymnasium.
Harrisburg JH Tournament Bracket
Chester Boren Middle School Teacher Conferences are on October 26th from 4pm-7pm in the middle school gymnasium. Parents are welcome to come at any time between 4pm and 7pm to visit with their child’s teachers. Grade cards will be available at that time.
Parent/Teacher Conferences will be held at CBMS on Thursday, March 16th from 2:30 pm-6:30 pm.
The National Guard paired up with the sixth grade class to promote awareness about bullying. The sixth grade students were asked to submit entries for an anti-bullying poster, which the National Guard would print for free. The winning posters would be announced during morning assembly and hung up in the school. The winning posters and […]
Quiz Bowl Schedule
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