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What’s Happening in the Optimal Learning Center?
Najela Blain-Hammond / OLC Coordinator
About OLC Services for the Academic Year 2013-2014…
If you wish to register your child for services for the next academic school year 2013-2014. Please remember to sign and return the consent form you’ve received at the last Parent Teacher Conference (MS/HS) or in the Thursday folder (ES). If you are in need of a new copy, please contact the OLC secretary, Ms. Mary Marti at (809) 947-1071. We would be more than happy to send a copy home with your chil...
What's happening in the Optimal Learning Center?
By Najela Hammond
We cordially invite you to attend the Parent Teacher Conference on November 7th, 2012 in Middle School and High School and on November 15th in the Elementary School.
This is an opportunity for you to review your child’s Individualized Educational Plan (IEP) goals and discuss his or her progress in the resource room. This meeting is an opportunity for you to provide some input and share some of your concerns and hopes regarding your child.
The Optimal Learning Center...
New Spanish Books in the Library!
Our Spanish Librarian, Ms. Dorcas Aybar, has placed on display several of our new arrivals. These reflect the Carol Morgan Schools commitment to providing a fully-integrated bilingual education for its students. Plus, they are great reads! Come check them out!
Exhibition of Dominican Geography
Ms. Carmen Gil’s Dominican History class displayed mock-ups of the major mountain ranges which crisscross the country. Other students were able to view and comment on these projects throughout the week.
Congratulations to the visual arts students and staff. Despite the wet weather, many people came to the CMS pavilion to celebrate and purchase works of art created by CMS students. Helping Hands raised RD$55,000.00 and all of the money went towards Futuro Posible.
On May 10th and 11th students under the tutelage of Ms. Yuli and Ms. Carmen performed the musical "Lemonade" for their peers and parents. Congratulations to the fine young actors and singers! Also, special thanks to Ms. Raquel and Ms. Massas for their...
Tags: Art, Band, Charity, Choir, Congratulations, ES Musical, High School, Lemonade, Middle School, Music, Musical
Student Government & STUCO
We are in the middle of our own election cycle this week as student government elections are in full-swing. We will have a special election assembly Friday, May 18th at 1:45pm where candidates for STUCO President will give their campaign speech. Students will vote the following week so we can determine the officers for the 2012-2013 school year.
Senior Extended Essays –Oral Presentations
Dear CMS Parents,
You are most cordially invited to attend your son or daughter’s oral defense presentation. These p...
The High School performed the musical GREASE on Wednesday, April 25th and Thursday, April 26th in the school gym. Congratulations to all of the students, teachers, Ms. Kimi, and Ms. Baird for all of their hard work! The shows were extremely well prepared and fun.
Helping Hands Art Auction
The Helping Hands Art Auction will take place on May 3rd at 6 pm in the CMS Fine Arts Pavilion. All of the artwork is created by ES, MS, and HS CMS students to raise money for charity. All proceeds from this year’s auction will be donated to Fu...
Tags: Art, Band, Choir, Drama, Elementary, Helping Hands, High School, Middle School, Music, Musical, Theatre
We had four wonderful performances from our students, and some special staff guest roles, over a three day period to end the month of April. The show selection proved to be a great one as it brought together adults of all ages and students with timeless songs and storyline. We had 1,000 tickets purchased for the shows on Wednesday and Thursday night, while 500-600 students and guests were able to enjoy the shows on Friday. Kimi Pichardo and Jaymin Baird worked tirelessly, along with students, to make the production the best it could be....
GREASE! APRIL 25th & 26th - DON'T MISS IT!
Thank you to all the parents who attended conferences this past Tuesday! We had over 142 parents attending. It means so much to your child when you take the time to meet with teachers, learn how they are doing, and ask questions. It also means a lot to teachers as we get to know more about your child through your insights and feel supported knowing that by your attendance you are invested in what is happening each day at CMS. If you were unable to attend, please know t...
The High School is performing the musical GREASE on Wednesday, April 25th and Thursday, April 26th in the school gym. This production is the PG rated "school version" of GREASE, so it is appropriate for all ages. Performances start at 7:00pm.
Tickets are on sale at the cashier, at the MS and HS offices, or from Ms. Baird. They will also be on sale the week of the show during MS and HS lunch time. The cost is RD $300 if you buy your ticket in advance or RD $400 if you buy it at the door the night of the show.
There are 28 students ...
CMS - GIN
The Global Issues Network is an association that incorporates different schools throughout the world. Once a year student leaders meet in an international conference to present a global issue present in their home country, to offer an antidote to the same and so others may learn from and use in other places in the world. CMS’ first time involved in G.I.N., spearheaded by Lisa Yemma and Praxedes Rivera, focuses on our countries care for coral reefs. So far, the team has focused on educating the public about how parrotfish, who reconst...