281 Main Street, Rutland, MA 01543
Phone: 508-886-0073 Fax: 508-886-0141
School Hours 8:15am - 2:45pm
Office Hours 7:30am - 3:45pm
Student Absent Line
Please call (508) 886-0073 "PRESS 4"
Leave student's name, date absent and reason for absence
2018 - 2019
READING LIST FOR GRADES 6, 7, & 8 POSTED TAB ON LEFT
SUPPLY LISTS ARE ALSO POSTED TAB ON LEFT
SCHOOL TOURS: AUGUST 21 10:00 AM and 3:00 PM
LINK TO: CTMS STUCO BASKETBALL CLINIC SIGN UP
REMINDER to Parents of students entering 7th Grade: STATE LAW MANDATES that students entering Grade 7 in September must have a TD/Pertussis Booster (TDaP) if more than 5 years since last dose, have the hepatitis B series, and documentation of varicella (chicken pox) or current varicella (TWO doses) immunization. If you have not all ready done so, please mail proof of these immunizations to your School Nurse BEFORE THE START OF SCHOOL to avoid noncompliance with Massachusetts Department of Public Health Regulations and EXCLUSION FROM SCHOOL.
REMINDER to Parents of Students Entering 8th Grade: Your student must have a physical within the last 4 years. Athletes must have an updated physical examination on file each year. Please send an updated copy of your physical form to the School Nurse in order to keep your child’s health records up to date.
Annual physicals and proof of concussion information completion are REQUIRED for all sports!
Track, soccer and field hockey begin shortly after the start of the school year.
Thanks you for your cooperation in these very important matters.
Please contact me if you have any questions.
Amy Klausmeyer RN/BSN/NCSN
The district's bus transportation is now provided by the companies below
A.A. Transportation Co. Inc.
Special Ed Transportation:
Emergency Line: 978-870-6655
REMINDER to Parents of 7th Grade Students: State Law MANDATES that students entering Grade 7 must have an updated Tdap and documentation of varicella (chicken pox) or current varicella immunizations.
The Nurse has still NOT received proof of these immunizations for several 7th Grade students. Please send in this documentation ASAP to avoid noncompliance with Massachusetts Department of Public Health Regulations and exclusion from school.
The NCLB Report Cards Central Tree Report Card and the District Report Card are now on the school website. Please click on the appropriate link on the left. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to call the office.
Progress Reports / Report Cards will now be available to view under Power School Parent Access. This information can be located under the Parent Link tab.
Security System Installed: We want to let you know that you will have to ring to gain access to Central Tree Middle School. Ring the buzzer and the secretary will let you in. If you have any questions please call the school.
Box Tops for Education We still continue to collect Box Tops here at Central Tree as a fundraiser. There is a collection center on the table in the main lobby of the school. Please send them in with your son or daughter. Thank you.
Central Tree Middle School opened its doors to students in the fall of 1998 and looks forward to providing a superior education to all the students who pass through its halls.
Central Tree Middle School's mission is to develop a program to effectively implement the curriculum of the Wachusett Regional School District while providing an effective middle school program that meets the needs of diverse learners, provides appropriate student services, and ensures a safe learning environment. Use the links to the left and right to access important information about our school.
When sending any notes to the office: please print your student's first and last name. Students and parents frequently have different last names and parent signatures are sometimes difficult to read. We want to avoid any confusion and be sure we know which student you are referring to.
Make up Homework: Homework requests are not done until a student has been absent for three days. Please request the homework when you call you child in sick on the morning of the third day. Many teachers post assignments on their websites, so it is a good idea to check there first whenever your child is absent.