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Upcoming Events

Shadow Days for Future Students


If you have a child that is interested in attending Cunha and would like to schedule a visit, please fill out the form below. We will be holding four Shadow Days this school year:

November 30, 2018

January 25, 2019

March 15, 2019

April 11, 2019




Challenge Day! Wednesday, December 12th


We are excited to host our 5th Annual Challenge Day this year on Wednesday, December 12th for our 7th and 8th grade students. Challenge Day is a fantastic day to help our students learn to connect and build self-esteem, address peer pressure and reduce the acceptability of teasing, oppression and all forms of violence.  

Parents and Community Members: We will need 25 adult participants; a well-rounded group of community members, school staff, and parents. It is an all day commitment 8:00 am-3:30 pm. No prior training required. Please let the counseling department know if you are interested in volunteering or help spread the word to others who may want to volunteer.

Nightmare on Puberty St. Assembly - Tuesday, September 25th


On Tuesday, September 25th, Cunha will be hosting the Nightmare on Puberty St. Assembly for our 6th and 7th grade students.  Below is a brief description of the assembly and we have attached the Parent's Guide, which includes more details and information.  If you would like your student to opt-out of this event, please complete the attached form below. 

Nightmare on Puberty St. Information

Counseling News

At Cunha, we value a positive school culture, allowing all students to express themselves openly and without fear of judgement. We take a strong stance against bullying and have made it our top priority to ensure the safety and well-being of all students. Counselors recently went into all Social Studies classrooms 6-8 to present Anti-Bullying presentations for students. Topics for 6th grade included the definition of bullying, the difference between tattling and telling someone when there's a problem, and "Stop, Walk, and Talk" (our method to alleviate bullying). For the 7th and 8th grade presentations we also included information on diversity and culture, respect, defining LGBT, and being aware of our words and their impact on others. 

Stop: Tell the person to "stop" in a clear loud voice. Make sure they know that you are not joking and that you want the behavior to stop.

Walk: Walk away from the person. Create distance and avoid them wherever possible. If it is in class, ask the teacher to move seats.

Talk: Tell someone, any trusted adult. Let them know what is happening and that you need help.

We encourage students to visit the counseling office if they are feeling uncomfortable, unsafe, or unhappy at school and urge parents to do the same. If you are worried about your child please let us know.

Resources for Students and Parents

If you or someone you know is feeling hopeless, helpless, or thinking of suicide tell someone right away or contact The National Suicide Prevention Hotline 1-800-273-TALK 


"Heart of Compliments" created by the 6th graders for their Anti-Bullying Presentations