CMDS Class of 2017 Describes Faculty, Staff Influences

by Julie Reynolds, CMDS 5th and 6th Grade Language Arts Julie Reynolds Recently the CMDS Class of 2017 wrote descriptive essays about special people, events, and places at CMDS. While reading these essays, I realized how blessed I was to have such thoughtful, caring students. I also realized how great it was to [...]

CMDS Class of 2017 Describes Faculty, Staff Influences 2017-06-26T15:53:17+00:00

The Numbers Behind Why 10% Of Families Choose Private Schools

The decision between public and private schooling for children is one many parents around the country have to make, but there are certainly benefits to the private side that are worth taking into consideration. With lower student populations filling private institutions, instructors have a greater opportunity to interact with and impact students on a much [...]

The Numbers Behind Why 10% Of Families Choose Private Schools 2017-09-22T16:04:02+00:00

How to Keep Your Child Active, Healthy This Summer

Kathryn Grissom by Kathryn Grissom With summer almost here, and the possibility of a lot of down time and screen time for our children, we as parents need to be motivated to keep our children active and focused on healthy habits before they settle into a sedentary lifestyle for the summer. For some children, physical [...]

How to Keep Your Child Active, Healthy This Summer 2017-06-26T15:53:17+00:00

Nurse Alison’s By the Numbers: That’s How Many Band-Aids?

A school nurse’s medical expertise and ability to multitask are critical to keeping a student body healthy. CMDS has a wonderfully talented school nurse, Alison Boeving, who helps keep our students (and let’s face it, sometimes our teachers) on their feet. She says one of her primary roles as school nurse is to help teachers [...]

Nurse Alison’s By the Numbers: That’s How Many Band-Aids? 2017-05-10T19:11:19+00:00

From Ms. Maginn’s Desk: Prayer in Focus at CMDS

Seeing a child in prayer is a moving experience. It humbles me to a degree that only children can take you, when their innocence and depth of faith is seen. If I can be so struck by the sight of a praying child, imagine how God must be moved by the precious sound of a [...]

From Ms. Maginn’s Desk: Prayer in Focus at CMDS 2017-06-26T15:53:21+00:00