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Congratulations to this month's academic achievers!

Nineteen Campbellsville High School Student Technology Leadership students recently returned from state competition at UK with two state champions.  Emily Haley competed in the category of Electronic Publishing and her products were selected as the best entries in the state.  She actually won first and second place; First place for College and Career Readiness cards and second place for the 2014 Distinguished Young Woman Program Book.  Abigail Heineman also worked on the program book in last year’s STLP class and Emily completed the book for this year’s program.  Charlie Miller competed in the category of Enterasys Extreme Networking.  Charlie studied Networking topics to prepare for the exam given by the Enterasys network engineers.  Charlie’s score was the highest in the state.  The CHS STLP sponsor is Mrs. Sonya Kessler with assistance from Virgil Parker, District CIO, and Gamini Sooriyaarachchi, district technician. Visit this website to learn more about STLP and the state events:

Jackson Hunt, Ryan Wiedewitsch, Samuel Kessler and Bryce Richardson have been selected for the Rogers Explorers program this summer.  Jackson, Samuel and Bryce will attend Lindsey Wilson College and Ryan will attend the program at Asbury College.  Congratulations!  We are proud of you!

Congratulations to Makenzie Murrell for being selected as a Rogers Scholars winner for Taylor County.  Also, congratulations to Paige Dabney who was selected as an alternate for the Rogers Scholar program.

Congratulations to Abby Hieneman for being selected to participate in the Governor's Scholars program.

We are proud of you!

4/18   CMS 6  v. Larue Co. 1      Larue Co. 10 v. CMS B 0

4/20   Russell Co. 3 v. CMS 2 (8 innings)   CMS B 2 v. Russell Co. 1

The 1st annual STEAM Academy is being held during early release Fridays in March.  Over 75 CMS students are attending their choice of two of the following sessions:  Weird Science, Piano and Guitar Lessons, Computer Programming and Code, Introduction to Spanish, Sweets by Shandi, Race Car Engineering, All Things Art, CSI and Forensic Science, Veterinary and Animal Science and The Art and Science of T-Shirt Design and Printing.  STEAM is an acronym that refers to the emphasis on science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics in our schools.

Click on the attached 'Youtube' link to hear our daily announcements!

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Happenings at CMS!!!!!
8th grade had 100% attendance and 100% effort on the EXPLORE test!  8th graders scored a 15.2 composite on the EXPLORE exam!
CMS Football team - Regional Champions and Kentucky Middle School Football Association Division 3 Final Four!  Daesean Vancleave and Tristan Johnson were chosen to play in the Kentucky East-West game!
CMS Baseball team hangs a banner!
Jeremiah Jackson receives National Beta Recognition!
CHS/CMS Band makes it to State Semi-Finals!
CMS Beta club has 131 members!
CMS Cheerleaders were named spirit winners and state champions in the division 3 state KYMSFA championship!
Girls' Basketball - 7th grade team made it to the conference tournament for the first time since 1997!  8th grade team made it to the Elite 8 in the state tournament!  Nina Barnett was named to the girls' basketball all-state tournament team!
3rd and 4th grade community football team wins the Oak Barrel Championship!
"Bring your own device" is up and going at CMS!  17 Microsoft 'Surfaces' have been purchased for use by students who do not have their own device.
CMS' first annual Financial Literacy Fair was successful!
AR Points Club is successful - 154 students have joined the reading club with Myles Murrell accumulating over 400 AR points!
CMS has been the High Attendance Day winner both times and holds the District Spirit Stick!
CMS had over 30 students attend KYA convention--Lauryn Agathen received Best Speaker award and Outstanding Delegate award!  Bryce Richardson made it to the top 6 in the political race for KYA Governor!
CMS staff raised an amazing $680 in the community Toys for Tots drive sponsored by Q104!
CMS students scoring all-distinguished on last year's K-PREP enjoyed a trip to Louisville and visited the science museum, Louisville Bats museum and ate a delicious meal at the spaghetti factory!
CMS students who scored Proficient or Distinguished across the board on the K-PREP were treated to inflatables, snow cones and cotton candy!
Congratulations to CMS Spirit Stick winners!  September - 4th grade, October and November - 5th grade!
CMS Band and Choir put in an amazing performance in the Christmas Spectacular!  Myles Murrell, Samuel Kessler and Cole Kidwell performed piano solo pieces during the spectacular!
STEAM Academy for gifted students will be held on Fridays from 1-3 p.m.  STEAM academy includes enrichment in science, technology, engineering, art and music.
After two rounds of MAP testing, students scores have increased significantly and we are looking forward to another large gain on MAP test 3 and KPREP scores in the spring.
The CMS Library and front bathrooms have been painted and will soon be decorated by students.
Arren Hash and Samuel Kessler qualified and performed in the all-state choir.
6th Grade Academic Team hosted the 6th grade showcase at CMS and was the overall champion with several individual winners as well.
6th-8th Grade Academic Team hosted the District Governor's Cup competition and took second place.  Eight students advanced to the Regional Competition and three students will be headed to state competition.
4th Grader Savannah Gumm placed 2nd in the state in the Conservation Poster Contest.
Eagle Nest News is up and coming with students working on video editing and video production as well as anchoring newscasts.
CMS gives back by participating in the following Community Service Activities:  Toys for Tots, Food Drive for Green River Ministries, Paws for Cause for Animal Shelter, Toys for Kids with Fire Department, School supplies for FRC, Adopt a Grandparent, Sent cards to military families, Valentine's Cards, Leukemia and Lymphoma foundation.
Mrs. Rhodes
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