• CMS Random Acts of Kindness Challenge

    Click: Leadership Video Introducing the Challenge

     

    In just a few short weeks, the nation will be celebrating National Random Acts of Kindness Week. Although we will be on February Break during this time, the CMS leadership class would like to encourage you all to find a way to make a difference in our community and in the lives of others. We know that many of you have already been doing things to help others. Some of you have taken on extra responsibilities at home. Others of you have helped a neighbor in need or have written a letter to someone you love who you cannot see right now. It is even possible that some of your families have found ways to help the community through donating to the food bank or serving those in need. There are so many ways that we can all make a difference in our community, and we would like to see and hear about the Random Acts of Kindness that our CMS students have been participating in over the past year. If you have not had the opportunity to participate in some sort of Random Act of Kindness, we would like to encourage you to think about how you can make a difference at home, in your neighborhood, or in our community. 

    The leadership class would like to highlight your stories about Random Acts of Kindness to share with the rest of the CMS community. As you participate in Random Acts of Kindness, please document them by taking pictures or videos of yourself performing the act of kindness. We then would like to encourage you to share your experience by filling out the Google Form found on your Chromebook Homepage. Please let us know who you are by providing us with your first and last name and grade level. Then give us a brief description of your experience of what you did and what it was like performing your Random Act of Kindness. Finally, if you have one, upload a picture or video of yourself performing the Random Act of Kindness. 

    We look forward to sharing all of the wonderful things our CMS students are doing to help their families, their neighbors, and our community. Please be sure to check out the Chromebook Homepage for more information about how to fill out the Google Form. We would love to have all of you participate, so we can highlight all of the incredible things you are doing to make our world a better place. GO COUGARS! 

     

    Link for: Random Acts of Kindness Form.

     Link for: Video explaining how to fill out the form.

     


     

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  • Incident IQ - Tech Assistance

     Is Your Chromebook on the fritz?

    Are you experiencing login issues?

    Do you need tech support?

     We can help!  Follow one of the Incident IQ links below, fill out a trouble ticket request, and a tech representative from the school district will contact you shortly.

    Incident IQ - For Students

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  • CMS Sunday Letter 1.17.21


     

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  • Order Your Yearbook!

    To Order Your 2021 Yearbook - please click on the link.

    http://jostensyearbooks.com/?REF=A00549230 

     


     

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  • Yearbook needs your pictures!

    CMS 2020-21 Yearbook Link


     

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  • CMS Daily Distance Learning Schedule

     

    0 period - Early Bird PE

    7:35 a.m–8:10 a.m.

    1st period...................  8:15a.m-9:00a.m.

    2nd period.................

    9:15 a.m–10:00 a.m.

    3rd period..................

    10:15 a.m-11:00a.m.

    4th period..................

    11:15 a.m–12:00p.m.

    5th period..................

    12:15 p.m– 1:00 p.m.

    6th period..................

    1:15 p.m– 2:00 p.m.

    7th period..................

    2:15 p.m– 3:00 p.m.

    8th period..................

    3:15 p.m– 4:00 p.m.

    9th period..................

    Independent Study PE

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