Chatham High School’s Fall 2020 Stock Market Game wrapped up recently with sophomore Alivia Canning as the winner. Her overall return on investment was 8.7% – in just five weeks! In Financial Literacy classes each semester, students learn about investing through a virtual simulation. Each student is allocated $100,000 to invest in the market as […]
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.
Panthers Football represents at the state level!
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 […]
CHS held pep rally January 10, 2019 to get amped for our Panther Pride Day on January 11. The freshman, sophomore, junior and senior classes, and teachers took on one another in a dodge ball and tug-of-war showdown.
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.
CHS held a spirit week leading up to Panther Pride Day, with each day featuring a different dress-up theme leading up to a pep rally at the end of the week. Here are a few photos from Tuesday’s theme, which was “Dress Like a Teacher Day!”
Here are a few photos from the CHS faculty Holiday Sweater Contest held the week before holiday break.
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.