• Our first day of class Meet and Greets will be Thursday, August 13th. This will be a time for your child to meet their teachers and the other students in their classes. We will be on a modified schedule for the day. Students will receive emails from their teachers with a link to the first Zoom meeting for each class. It is good practice to have students check their school email accounts regularly to ensure they are getting all necessary communications. Students who cannot find the Zoom links for their class need to email their teacher immediately so they are not marked absent. The schedule for the 13th is as follows:

    First Day schedule

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  • Ready to pick up your Chromebooks, Textbooks, and Supplies CMS?! 

    Click below to view our:

    2020-2021 Materials Distribution Schedule.


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  • Having Chromebook trouble during Distance Learning?  


    Are Moodle, Aeries, Google Drive, or your emails acting up?

    Is your Chromebook damaged or not quite working right?


    If so, click below and learn how to request help:

    Using Incident IQ to Request Technical Assistance


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  • California schools are required to check immunization records for all new student admissions and all students advancing to 7th grade before entry. Parents must show their child's Immunization Record as proof of immunization.


    If you aren't sure what is required, click the link below:

    Are You Ready For 7th Grade?


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  • Anonymous Tip Line Reminder

    Did you know that the district participates in WeTIP, the anonymous tip line service? WeTIP is committed to anonymous reporting, so they provide a discreet way to report any type of crime, fraud, or improper behavior issues.

    WeTip's complete list


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  • Social Media Resources for Parents  -  As a follow up to our two community forums this week on the Impact of Social Media on our Schools and Communities, we wanted to provide you with some additional information and resources.  For anyone not able to attend one of the events, or those wishing to view the presentation again, here is a link to the videotaped presentation of Officer Joe Allen, Glendale PD from the evening of Wednesday, April 6th:


    “9 Social Media Red Flags Parents Should Know About” which may be accessed through this link:


    In Carmel Unified School District, all students discuss and sign this digital citizenship agreement every year:

    Digital citizenship agreement

    Click here for additional resources and/or information.



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  • Human Trafficking Resources

    As required by Ca. Ed. Code 49381, districts are required to provide to parents of students in grades 6-12 with information on human trafficking prevention resources. In consultation with the Monterey County Office of Education, we selected these resources to share with parents. 

    US State Dept.  - 15 Ways You Can Help Fight Human Trafficking

    protect.org - Human Trafficking Prevention Education and Training

    National Human Trafficking Hotline

    En Español - National Human Trafficking Hotline


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  • Our Mission Statement: Carmel Middle School has an academic priority based in the California State Content Standards. We will deliver these academics with creativity that stretches students toward higher level thinking skills. We are keenly interested in the whole child and will use relevant, age-appropriate, and hands-on methods that foster student appreciation for learning and the world around us. We offer a broad selection of electives and stress the importance of these electives as our students explore their personal interests. We are dedicated to providing a safe and positive learning environment where students are given opportunities to develop their abilities and confidence for life-long learning. Personal health and fitness are significant to our mission. We want students to become increasingly self-motivated to make positive, healthy contributions to our world.