This Saturday, 3/24/18, the CMS Destination Imagination Team will compete at the State Tournament at Atlee High School.  Good luck!

Destination Imagination is a program in which teams are formed of 2-7 students and together they work to create solutions to various challenges.  CMS chose the Fine Arts Challenge, in which they had to create a two act musical that includes a change of plans.  The students collaborated together to think critically and problem solve to develop their solution.  The team had to create all of the props, write the script, and do all of the choreography for their 8 minute skit.  In addition to choosing one challenge, the team also has to participate in an instant challenge.  In an instant challenge, the teams are given one of three different tasks.  It could be a performance based, task based, or a combination of both.  No matter the task, the team is required to think on their feet and develop a solution as best as they can in the allotted time with points being awarded for teams that collaborate well together and think creatively.

Spring Break Update

Spring break is quickly approaching!  Students will be out of school April 2nd – 6th for spring break.  Due to the last snow day, students will now return to school on Monday, April 9th.

Milford Teacher Receives VFW’s National Citizenship Education Award

Ms. Gibson will be honored during the VFW’s 119th National Convention in July.

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (March 22, 2018) – The Veterans of Foreign Wars of the U.S. is pleased to announce Sara Gibson, a seventh-grade history teacher at Caroline Middle School in Milford, Va., has been selected for its 2018 Smart/Maher VFW National Citizenship Education Teacher Award at the middle school level.

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The CMS STEM Fair that was originally scheduled for Thursday, March 22nd,  will be rescheduled to a later date.  The new date will be announced in the next day or so.


CMS cheerleaders recently participated in the “Spirit Spectacular” competition.  They worked really hard on their routine and performed well.  Avery Satterwhite won an award for “Most Spirited Cheerleader” and Audrey Edwards won an award for “Best All Around Cheerleader.”  Congratulations to all of you!!!

Junior BETA Food Drive

The Junior BETA Club is pleased to partner with the Heartwood Center with their food drive. Please see the list of items needed for this food drive.  List for Food Drive

The food collected will benefit our students.  The collection will start the week of February 26th and will continue until the end of the school year.  Please feel free to email with any questions.

30 Day Kindness Challenge

CMS Kicks off The Middle School 30 Day Kindness Challenge 2/20/2018

WHAT IS THE MIDDLE SCHOOL KINDNESS CHALLENGE?  The Middle School Kindness Challenge is an easy and free way to make kindness commonplace and improve school climate and student learning in the critical middle school years. Open to schools with any combination of grades 4-8, the Challenge offers best-in-class kindness activities to teach and foster kindness over a four-week period of the school’s choosing. By teaching kids how to practice kindness, be more empathetic, and manage their emotions and actions, they become better equipped to navigate our complex world, at school, at home, and online.

THE BENEFITS – Middle schools where teachers and school staff intentionally and systematically teach and foster kindness are more effective at helping students succeed, both in school and in life.  Because we know this, the Middle School Kindness Challenge offers an engaging, exciting, and readily doable opportunity to:

  • Improve school climate
  • Reduce suspensions
  • Foster Social & Emotional development

Parents, please see the link below on how you can support our Kindness Challenge.