CMS ACTIVITIES

The sixth grade class at CMS has the opportunity each year to participate in an Outdoor Education Program. Normally, since its inception, students, teachers Forest Service personal, additional volunteers, and presenters have traveled up-lake to Holden Village for this adventure.

Due to the Holden Mine Remediation currently taking place around the village, our last 2 years, as well as this upcoming year, we will travel to the North Cascades Institute on Highway 20. For this outdoor educational experience, we divide the 6th graders into 2 groups, one attending M-W and the other going on W-F. The staff at NCI provides our students with 2 1/2 days’ worth of highly engaging outdoor (mainly) and indoor activities. This year’s 2016 trip will be taking place during the week of May 23 – 27. More details to follow, as the date approaches. Please feel free to contact any of the 6th grade teachers for additional information.

ASB’s goal is to make students feel welcome. Fun activities are a part of our everyday planning. Some of those activities are pep rallies each season to celebrate athletic groups and clubs, Reindeer Games, WE Scare Hunger, WE Create Change, Veteran’s Day Assembly, MLK Celebration, Val-O-Grams, teacher appreciation, staff appreciation, activity nights and much more! There are currently 62 members of ASB all wanting the best for our school.

2020-2021 CLASS OFFICERS

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2020-2021 CLASS REPRESENTATIVES

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CONTACT INFORMATION

Click on the following link to watch/ listen to some of the best bands in the mid-South – the Bandmasters Championships LIVE. Saturday, October 26TH beginning at 2 PM central time. https://banddirector.com/?fbclid=IwAR0uUyTHUuM7aMzJ90IzXmxCrFseeuMuqJxhUZkaRG4xc_OJ7R7liLrNLBg

Below are the links to enroll in SmartMusic for 2019-2020:

CMS 6th Grade Band: gradebook.smartmusic.com/enroll/class/192445

CMS 7th/8th Grade Band: gradebook.smartmusic.com/enroll/class/192444

CONTACT INFORMATION

Stephen Burdick
burdicks@chelanschools.org

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CONTACT INFORMATION

Advisor/Director

Cindy Bertomeu
bertomeuc@chelanschools.org

If you are interested in joining our school drama clubs, please email Mrs. Bertomeu for a Google Classroom invite. All club meetings (virtual for now) will be posted on the classroom calendar.

GEAR UP : GAINING EARLY AWARENESS AND READINESS FOR UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

Gear Up is a federally funded grant that works in rural areas across the country. This grant is based out of Central Washington University.

Our motto, “College is not a Dream, it is a PLAN”.

Our main objective is to create a college going culture at the middle and high school level for students. As site directors, we do our best to work with staff, faculty and administrators to help students every day.

Knowledge Bowl is a national trivia competition. Teams of 3 compete against two others schools at a time in a game show like format to accumulate points. Questions are generated from a variety of school related subjects from math and literature, to history, science, and music. At the middle school level, local schools take turns hosting meets once per week in late February through early April. Other schools involved include Okanagan, Tonasket, Pateros, and Omak. All students in 6th through 8th grade may participate. For more information contact Mr. Anhalt.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Science Olympiad is a national competition where students compete in 23 team events from nearly every discipline of science and engineering. . Some events involve building projects, others require studying or the application of material learned in everyday science classes. A portion of the events are rotated every year to reflect the ever-changing nature of genetics, astronomy, chemistry, anatomy, physics, geology, mechanical engineering and technology. Each school-based team brings up to 15 students who cross-train for a variety of events of their choice and in their skill set. Practice starts in December. The regional competition is in early March, where teams battle to qualify for the state and possible national competitions. By combining events from all disciplines, Science Olympiad encourages a wide variety of students to get involved. All students in 6th through 8th grade may participate.

CONTACT INFORMATION

The Middle School Leadership and Yearbook class has been working hard this year creating a Middle School Yearbook!

There was an art contest to design the front and back cover for the yearbook. Winners are Jamie Bekel and Talullah Baker. These young ladies will each receive a gift card and a free yearbook! If you have any pictures you would like to share to the yearbook, please email them to

Yearbooks will go on sale this spring!

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