The eighth grade students’ finished product for this year’s “Down on the Farm” competition at the VA State Fair. The round hale bales will be visible the entire length of the fair and will serve as the grand entrance.
This past Friday, 6th and 7th grade students visited Caroline High School Agriculture facilities to learn how to plant lettuce from seed in the greenhouse. While there, middle school students also explored the chicken coop, learned how chickens lay eggs, and saw where the high school students gather eggs each morning. CHS Agriculture students mentored the students on proper planting procedure and gave them a tour of the chicken coop area. This was the first field trip to the high school agriculture facilities and certainly will not be the last! CMS and CHS Agriculture classes are looking forward to the many opportunities to work together and form a partnership to teach students where our food comes from and the value of hard work.
Pictured here are 8th grade students working to design a giant hale bale space for this year’s “Down on the Farm” competition at the VA State Fair. Select students will travel to the fair today to setup for the competition. The round hale bales will be visible the entire length of the fair and will serve as the grand entrance. Stay tuned for the results as CMS is competing against 10 local schools.
The Tri-M music honor society, chapter 470, inducted their new members into Tri-M on Thursday, September 21st. Students that are selected into Tri-M exhibit great leadership, communication, teamwork, and talent in the band, string, and chorus programs at Caroline Middle School. Tri-M is led by president, Gracen Kelley and sponsored by Mrs. Mary Yanos and Ms. Karen Mott.
Pictured L-R -Hannah Mills, Amir Simmons, Max Lagurerta, Marcos Gaitan, Jaxson Bisson, Devin Hartman, Jayden Jones, Adore Roy,
Mya Gerber, Shania Ashton, Arianna Pritchett, and Gabriel Campbell
Congratulations to the new James Farmer Scholars. They were inducted on Saturday, September 9th at the University of Mary Washington.