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Holiday: Monday January 16th

Holiday: Monday January 16th

CMMS Remembers Dr. King

Each and every year we take a day to remember the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. For the staff at Christa McAuliffe Middle School who lived in the 1950's and 1960's, what Dr. King means to who we are as Americans today is quite clear. For those who only know of Dr. King via a history book, the connection is not so easy. This weekend, let's stop and think about what Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. means to each of us on a personal level. To start you on your journey, your webmaster provides you with one former Christa McAuliffe Middle School student's idea of who Dr. King was and his impact on our lives. 


Charles Nye was part of the Class of 2011. When students see Charles' video, they sometimes don't make the connection about how Charles personally felt about Dr. King's impact on Charles and his life. Yet, if you consider, it took Charles eighteen hours to complete the video, you have to ask yourself: would I spend that long on a project I was not passionate about? Your webmaster thinks, probably not. As always, I thank Charles Nye for gifting his project to Christa McAuliffe Middle School.



"Dr. King and Me" Project 

By: Charles Taylor, CMMS Class of 2011


January 19, 2017 6:30 p.m.
Christa McAuliffe Middle School Cafeteria
3880 Iron Canyon Circle, Stockton, CA  95209


January 24, 2017 6:30 p.m.
Lodi Middle School Cafeteria

945 S. Ham Lane, Lodi, CA 95242


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If you would like to provide us feedback, please do so by emailing: lcapfeedback@lodiusd.net

Please use LCAP Resources link for more Information. 

Where Did It Go?

Out with the Old, In with the New


There were a lot of awesome things on our homepage.in 2016. Most you can find on the "McAuliffe Archive" page. Others may be found on the "Leadership Class" and "PTSA" pages. Time for new content for our home page. 


Christa McAuliffe's Standard Supply List

4 - Composition Books, (“Sturdy” Spiral Notebooks are OK, double-spiral)

1 – Medium Binder (2-inches preferred)

1 – Expo Marker (Black or Blue, preferred)

1 – Package of Index Tabs

1 – Package of Index Cards

1 – Red Pen

2 – Blue/Black Pens

1 – Package of Binder Paper (Ex. 150 sheets)

2 – Mechanical Pencils

1 Set – Colored Pencils (12)

1 Set – Colored Markers (8)

1 – Highlighter

1 - Pair of Closed-Toed Shoes Suitable for PE (Gym, Running, Walking)

1 Pair Earbuds or Headphones



It's Always OK to Bring Your 1st Period Teacher


While our annual fundraiser is over, we can still collect box tops and turn them in. Box Tops is year-round.

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Where Did It Go?

Yes, indeed the Christa McAuliffe Home Page has been revamped. Please take a look at the left-hand Navigation. There are some new additions. The McAuliffe Archive has many of our old favorites as well as stories that will return to our Home Page when they are needed.  The webmaster thinks it's time that we identify some special groups and places at our school; each of these has a new page totally devoted to them. A few others will be coming soon. The PTSA section has also been updated and now has it's own Archive. The entire Christa McAuliffe family is welcome to join in the fun of contributing to our website. If interested, please contact Mrs. Snider. 

Sharon Christa Corrigan McAuliffe was a teacher from New Hampshire who was selected from among more than 11,000 applicants to be the first teacher in space. She died in 1986 in the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster.

  Christa McAuliffe

       "I touch the future. I teach. "
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Today: 1/17/17
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Christa McAuliffe Middle School CJSF

Founded in 1967, California Junior Scholarship Federation (CJSF) fosters high standards of scholarship, service and citizenship in the middle grades. CJSF emphasizes service to school and the community while fostering pride in scholastic achievement. 


To join CJSF,


you need to complete a form and turn it in at the office. While forms are available at school, here are two other options.

1. Download the application, print, complete it and turn it in at the office.

2. Download the application, use the Adobe Editor, and email your completed form to Mrs. Atterberry.


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CJSF Application



CJSF Back Qualification Form


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