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Posted on Tuesday, April 18, 2017
CMS was honored to host over 50 professionals on campus for Career Day, held this year on April 4th. The ten panels, organized by career clusters, were comprised of CMS alumni, parents, and professionals in the community and were led by student Peer Helpers and Student Council members. The visiting professionals delighted our students in grades 8-12 with fascinating aspects of their careers, unique career trajectories, and words of wisdom for achieving one's dream job. Some of the resounding...
Posted on Monday, April 3, 2017
Team DRIFT recently returned from the Hudson Valley Regional Robotics Competition in New York bringing back the competition’s most prestigious recognition: the Chairman’s Award. We would like to congratulate the team once again and thank everyone involved in making this such a positive experience. Interview Reporter Urelín Castillo from Noticias SIN interviewed Team DRIFT members about their successful participation at the competition. Click here here to watch the interview. Awards The...
Posted on Wednesday, February 22, 2017
High school students and staff have been busy, experiencing an active and productive weekend! Here are some of the events our students were involved in: Into the Woods- The MS/HS spring musical "Into the Woods" was a huge success last weekend! Featuring 25 students from grades 6-12, the cast sang and danced their way into the hearts of the audiences for six sold-out shows in the Black Box Theater! Kudos to the drama and music students as well as Ms. Gifford and Mr. Connoly.   Fine Arts...
Posted on Tuesday, February 7, 2017
The ES Library hosted another edition of Library Fun. For this occasion, we read a short story about the “Chinese New Year” followed by the "Grupo de Danza del León de la Colonia China" who performed their traditional dance! As an international school we expose our students to a variety of multicultural experiences. Students had a great time experiencing and celebrating the Chinese culture during recess. Learning is so much fun at the ES Library.
Posted on Friday, October 21, 2016
Pre-K and K: Supporting Literacy in the Home On October 12th, over 30 parents attended an hour and a half long workshop hosted by the Early Childhood Coordinator in conjunction with the ES Library and specialists from the Optimal Learning Center. Open to parents of PK and K, the workshop began with a presentation by the ES Early Childhood Coordinator (Ms. Noreen Corcoran) and the ES Librarian (Ms. Cintia Bastos), highlighting the importance of reading for pleasure and the impact it has on...