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Posted on Wednesday, May 17, 2017
Throughout the year this group of talented, selfless students raises funds with the sole goal in mind of giving it all back to our local CMS organizations in need.  This year the High School Peer Helpers chose to donate $300 each to Share your Passions and Hogar del Niño and $200 to Doggie House.  The Peer Helpers are a unique group of 16 students who have demonstrated their kindness and willingness to help others and have been selected for this role by the CMS High School Staff following an...
Posted on Wednesday, May 3, 2017
Winning the 2015-2016 Caribbean FIRST Lego League Trash Trek Challenge competition earned our intrepid Middle School robotics champions the right to go and represent the Caribbean at the FIRST World Championship in Houston, Texas.  Leaving the day after Semana Santa, the Robo Platanos team returned this week after battling 108 other teams from around the globe in the 2016-2017 Animal Allies competition.  Although the team did not bring back an individual award, the reward of mixing with and...
Posted on Thursday, April 27, 2017
Our Symphonic Band and Concert Choir participated in a music festival in Anaheim, California. The choir and band each worked with a music professor at Cerritos College prior to performing at the festival. These master classes were extremely beneficial to the students and helped them to take their musicianship to the next level. Each ensemble was awarded high honors based on their performance: the band received gold and the choir received silver. Another exciting honor our CMS music students...
Posted on Thursday, April 27, 2017
Tech for The Future Club Wins the AASSA Global Citizen Award It is our pleasure to announce that our Tech for The Future High School club has been awarded the Association of American Schools in South America (AASSA) Global Citizen Award. This award recognizes a student or group of students selected from AASSA Member Schools in good standing that has made an exemplary contribution through a school and/or community-based service program which has led either to: greater international...
Posted on Thursday, April 20, 2017
Fifty five students from grades 9 and 10 participated in a Geometry project led by Ms. Reni Fenton. They worked together using their skills to design and build furniture from wooden pallets, renovating the Zen Garden and providing a solution that benefits the entire CMS community. "In this Geometry Project we integrated several units utilizing Real-World Application, Problem-Solving, Critical Thinking Skills, Engineering, Leadership, Team Work, Carpentry, Building, and Construction, Scale...

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