Leading this project is a diverse team that is dedicated, resilient and resolute. Each staff member has been selected for their individual skill sets, interests and community contacts, and perhaps even more importantly for their mutually passionate desire to serve the needs of all our students.
Classrooms are becoming "smart spaces," environments, both physical and digital, in which students and technology interact to create a more immersive, interactive and automated experience. We are entering a period of accelerated learning as technology becomes more sophisticated and an integral part of our student's daily lives.
"Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much."
~ Helen Keller
Attribute 1.1 S.T.E.M. ACTION & SUSTAINABILITY PLAN
School plan for sustainability and improvement in the transformation of S.T.E.M training methods, partnerships with postsecondary institutions and businesses; and identified solutions for executing the S.T.E.M..
ATTRIBUTE 1.1 S.T.E.M. ACTION & SUSTAINABILITY PLAN
Attribute 1.2 LEADERSHIP TEAM
Staff members who exhibit responsibility and commitment to the success of the school, collaborating for continued improvement.
Attribute 1.3 LEADERSHIP PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Professional development that addresses S.T.E.M. education issues in order to develop concepts of innovative leadership practices, enhance capacities to promote best practices across the curriculum, develop strategies to promote staff effectiveness and improve teaching and learning environments and to prepare leaders with the procedures and policies to promote success.
ATTRIBUTE 1.3 S.T.E.M. LEADERSHIP TEAM PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Attribute 1.4 SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT
It is an ongoing goal for our school district to provide for our students a state-of-the-art learning environment.
Attribute 1.5 SCHOOL SCHEDULES
Schedules that allow consistent teacher collaboration; co-teaching and integration of subjects; and ample time for projects, teacher planning, and non-traditional courses.
CMS COURSE DESCRIPTIONS FOR RELATED ARTS CLASSES
CMS VIRTUAL TOUR
CMS ATHELETIC FACILITIES
S.T.E.M. ATTRIBUTES IMPLEMENTATION...
We at CMS are deeply honored to have Dr. Leneda Laing as our principal and are so proud of her for receiving the distinction of receiving the TDOE Principal of the Year Award for 2020!
EVIDENCES OF student engagement in PROJECT-BASED LEARNING
Miss Megan, a Special Education Intern, led a wonderful lesson practicing what students had already learned about simple machines. The students built a Tic Tack Toe box, with the supplies provided by Home Depot.