Chris Smith, a Task Force Officer with the FBI, visited CMS the morning of December 7 to speak with seventh and eighth graders about staying safe on the Internet. Smith investigates cybercrime in the Capital Region and shared several examples of real-life predators he has encountered attempting to lure children online, often posing as children […]
Chatham Middle School is proud to announce that eighth graders Eudora Brennan and Brady Reardon are their school’s nominees for the Siena College Student Courage Award, which honors young people who actively promote the ideal of a just and inclusive society that values diversity and uniqueness. Eudora is a student who embodies personal courage and […]
Senior Sydney Newton has been named Chatham High School’s Wendy’s High School Heisman winner. This nationally sponsored award recognizes well-rounded students who excel in the classroom, on the field, and within their communities. Sydney was captain of our Section 2 championship-winning girls tennis team and is a high honor student. She is the recipient of […]
Homelessness and hunger heighten during the winter months, so our Grade 7/8 Service Club made sandwiches for people in need this December. The students brought in the supplies and made 100 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for the Capital City Rescue Mission, which supports homeless people in the Albany area with meals, shelter, and other […]
This past week, speech teachers Jordan Mangold and Lisa Toomey visited 5th grade classes to lead social skills groups. They discussed different types of “smarts” in each student’s brain. Each student identified 5-10 things that he or she was good at and then the class had a whole group discussion about how each person is […]
Chatham High School’s basketball program hosted a clinic for the Morris Memorial youth basketball program on December 1. Coaches and athletes from our boys and girls teams led hour-long basketball skills sessions for the budding athletes in this community program for children in grades 3-6.
It was winter, spring, summer and fall on the MED stage when the third grade staged their ballet performance of Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons for parents. Using music and movement, rather than words, to tell the story, the ballet started in Fall, where students played outside at recess. In Winter, hikers scaled snowy mountains in […]
Chatham Middle School’s new Robotics course has eighth graders building, automating, and coding.
The day before the Thanksgiving break, the MED Pre-Kindergarten program enjoyed some pre-holiday celebrations with a Thanksgiving feast in their classroom.
Students in Mrs. Rossi’s and Mrs. Sacco’s High School Life Skills Class spent the day before break preparing and cooking a complete Thanksgiving meal. Fellow CHS student Lauren Wrigley and Mrs. Toomey joined in with the cooking duties. The boys earned money for the food for the meal from their weekly coffee sales and recycling […]