Chatham Middle School has selected sixth grader Liam Drowne’s design as the winner of the CMS Science/Technology Fair Logo Contest. His design becomes the official logo for the school’s 25th Annual Science/Technology Fair and will adorn the official program and other promotional materials for the event, which takes place March 11 in the CMS gym. […]
The CMS Service Club headed to the Chatham Area Silent Food Pantry for a tour and overview with Pantry coordinator Julie Alexander. The students brought with them food items the collected to stock the shelves with.
Chatham Middle School has named the following as January’s Students of the Month. Congratulations to (left to right) 6th graders Justin Huyck and Meta Mae Mountain, 7th graders Michael Morse and Jennifer Albrecht, and 8th graders Isabella Wiseman and Jonathan Sanchez, who the CMS faculty selected based on their effort and good character.
Congrats to our students who earned honors and high honors!
The CMS Service Club visited the Chatham Kids Club afterschool program on January 28 to play games, read books, and make crafts with the younger children.
The 6th grade so enjoyed their Mix It Up At Lunch event this past fall that their Key Communicator students organized another one to break up January. They planned out seating where everyone sat with different students who they may not hang around with and arranged for every table to have a board game to […]
On January 21, seventh graders conducted mindfulness exercises under the direction of CCSD’s psychologist coach, Dr. Anita Kilea. Mindfulness is a calming meditative practice achieved by focusing awareness inward and on the present moment to realize and accept one’s emotions, thoughts, and physical sensations. Tuesday’s sessions were born out of discussions with the seventh grade’s […]
Chatham Middle School has named the following students as December’s Students of the Month, who the CMS faculty selected based on their effort and good character. Congratulations to (left to right) sixth graders Josiah Eugenio and Cooper Steltz, seventh graders Emily Gaylord and Holden Spock, and eighth graders Sarah Harrison and Owen Zaik.
Cortney Lovell, who is an outspoken advocate for addiction recovery supports and a person in long-term recovery herself, visited CMS on January 9 to speak with our 8th grade Health students about addiction. Along with discussing the science behind substance dependency, she shared with them her personal story of addiction, the hope of recovery, and […]
On January 9, the CMS Service Club made over 200 sandwiches that went to homeless agencies in Albany. January is a busy time for shelters due to “code blues” that go into effect due to cold weather.