Chatham Middle School is proud to announce that eighth graders Kamryn Hanson and Robert Bruso are the school’s nominees for the Siena College Student Courage Award, which honors students who actively promote the ideal of a just and inclusive society that values diversity and uniqueness. Kamryn exhibits internal strength to cope with the ups and […]
A last-day-before-holiday-break tradition at CMS is the annual volleyball tournament. Teams from grades six, seven and eight as well as a faculty team duke it out for bragging rights. This year the 8th grade was the victorious student team, but fell to the faculty team in the last game.
Guest educators from the Sylvia Center at Katchkie Farm in Kinderhook lead a nutrition lesson for the 8th grade Family and Consumer Sciences class, which included the students making a healthy kale salad using fresh ingredients and learning how to safely use kitchen utensils.
A tradition at CMS, students and mentors from the CMS mentoring program gathered together to enjoy a holiday feast before the holiday break. Along with turkey and all the trimmings, they enjoyed spending time together as a group and playing bingo. The mentor program pairs students with adult mentors from the community.
Liam Drowne, a sixth grader at Chatham Middle School, is Chatham Central School District’s newest Spelling Champion. During CCSD’s Spelling Bee December 12, Liam correctly spelled “emphatic” to clinch the title and earn a spot at the Capital Region Spelling Bee held at Proctor’s Theatre in Schenectady on February 4! Eighth grader Lucia Bigelow and […]
Chatham Middle School’s National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) served up a holiday treat for area seniors on December 13. Their annual Holiday Senior Luncheon is a long-standing community favorite – with 75 guests visiting the Middle School this year to enjoy music, food, and holiday atmosphere. The day began with a lively holiday concert in […]
Chatham Middle School has named the following students as November’s Students of the Month. The CMS faculty selected these students based on their effort and good character. Congratulations to (left to right) sixth graders Nate Tibbitts and Alexis Nehmens, seventh graders Samantha Rickert and Mason Schermerhorn, and eighth graders Lily Strattman and Jeremy Deane.
The CMS Service Club took a trip to the Whittier Place Assisted Living Center in Ghent to spend time with the residents there. Together they made door hangings, played bingo and talked about the holidays, school activities, and their memories of Chatham.
In 6th grade social studies, students are studying ancient history and have now arrived at the dawn of civilization, starting in Ancient Sumer. As societies became more complex, the need to create records arose, which in turn necessitated the invention of written language. The people who made early records were known as scribes and were […]
CMS held its second school-wide Unity Day on Monday, November 25. A surprise event for students, the day focused on service. In 6th grade, students took a trip to Kindergarten classrooms at MED to make crafts and read with their kindergarten buddies. In 7th grade, students made apple pies to go into Thanksgiving baskets the […]