S.T.E.M. starts on Tuesday, September 9th!


The first meeting will take place after school on Tuesday, September 9th from 2:46 – 5:00 p.m. Students that wish to stay after school for this program can either be picked up by their parents or ride the activity bus home. If you are interested, please download the attached form and return to Mr. Bruce Cook or Ms. Angela Wright. Please make sure you turn in the letter if you want your son/daughter to participate in STEM. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Angela Wright anwright@ccps.us or Mr. Bruce Cook, bcook@ccps.us

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2014-15 Parent/Student Handbook now available online!

The 2014-15 Parent/Student handbook is now available to all students/parents for the upcoming school year. You can download the handbook using the link below. Please contact CMS principal, Ms. Angela Wright at anwright@ccps.us, if you have any questions.

CMS Student Handbook 2014-2015

CMS Welcomes New Staff!

We are pleased to announce the following staff to the CMS Eagle Team:
Alston, Kalisha 6th grade Math
Boone, Darlene SPED 6 Science
Brown-Wright, Heather 7th grade English
DuChane, Gregory 6,7,8 ACE Math
Fields, William 6,7,8 Tech Education
Kittrell, Angela  7th English
Jackson, Shauniece 6,7,8 PE & Health
McKinley, Karen 8th School Counselor
Moore, Jennifer 7th US History II
Murray, Elizabeth 7th US History II
Newcomb, Lori 7th Math
Pace, Jennifer 6,7,8 Art
Pettigrew, Jennifer 6,7,8 Nurse
Pritchett, Mason  8th Science
Rachanow, Sharon 6,7,8 PE & Health
Reyes, Rebecca 6,7,8 PE & Health and AD
Sanford, James  8th English 
Smith, Brandon  8th SPED Math
Stewart, Judith 6,7,8 SPED  ED
Taylor, Paula 8th Math
Walcott, Michelle 6th Math
Wilkins, Kelsey 6th Science
White, Michael  8th Math

Committed, Motivated, Soaring.

CMS Project-based Beautification Day Engages Active Learning!

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Rain or shine, the CMS football team and community showed out to support the Third Annual CMS Beautification Day, Saturday, August 9th. Over twenty-five football players came to CMS at 7 a.m. on Saturday morning. Coach Dudley and Coach Fortune spoke to their players first in the gym about the importance of community service and setting a positive example with EAGLE PRIDE. Mr. Carter, agriculture teacher, was also on hand to show the students the correct way to spray for pesticides around the grounds. The custodians also secured garden utensils, wheelbarrows, and trash cans from his room for this event.  Mr. Fortune, one of the CMS coaches, has a lot of experience with ground maintenance and was able to show our young men the correct way to weed, rake, spread mulch, plant flowers, and pull grass. Mrs. Rachanow, Mrs. Manning, upcoming CMS students, and other community support repainted the yellow curb and gave the Autism classroom a “fresh look” inside the building. Ms. Carter, parents, and CMS Staff showed several of the players how to repaint five of the green poles for the DMV signs.  She also made sure each of our football players were fed at lunch. Our Director of Maintenance, Geoffrey Honan, provided us with mulch, paint, new rope for the flag, and garden utensils. This project-based learning activity empowered our CMS student leaders to demonstrate their understanding through asking questions, thinking creatively on how to make the CMS grounds look good, and connecting real world application to the process. We are proud of everyone who took a part in helping to beautify CMS. Please feel free to volunteer your talents by calling the school.

Angela Wright, CMS Principal

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