CMDS Students Flesh Out Some Spooky Science

The CMDS Science Lab is in full-on spooky mode this week. Science Lab teacher Ann Cameron has cooked up a variety of eerie experiments this week that are sure to have her 1st, 2nd and 3rd graders howling. First grade is making Screaming Cups. Using only a cup, string and wet paper towel, they will [...]

CMDS Students Flesh Out Some Spooky Science2017-06-26T15:53:37+00:00

9-to-5: Study Skills, Vocabulary Enrichment For Your School-Age Child

It’s hard to believe that the school year’s first quarter is behind us. With the end of the quarter comes the year’s first report card, and with the first report card comes Parent/Teacher Conference Day. CMDS 5th & 6th Grade Language Arts Teacher Julie Reynolds We look forward to welcoming all of our [...]

9-to-5: Study Skills, Vocabulary Enrichment For Your School-Age Child2018-11-16T20:08:21+00:00

CMDS to Host Sneak Peek on Tuesday

Please join us Tuesday, October 18, from 8:30 to 10 a.m. for our first official Admissions event of the year, the CMDS Sneak Peek! The event includes coffee and a campus tour, no reservations required. Attendees should meet in the Wilson-Ross lobby, and can use the Grove Park side of campus to enter the building. [...]

CMDS to Host Sneak Peek on Tuesday2017-06-26T15:53:39+00:00

Five Healthy Habits for Children of All Ages

It’s Good Choices Week at CMDS, and students in every grade level are engaged in discussions and activities about the importance of healthy habits. This week, CMDS 3rd-6th Graders are using time in Leadership to prepare presentations for the younger grades. The 6th Grade is crafting a PowerPoint presentation all about vegetables for SK. After [...]

Five Healthy Habits for Children of All Ages2017-06-26T15:53:39+00:00