Principal's Message

Camel Students and Parents, I hope everyone has enjoyed a restful and peaceful summer. As you know, however, the school year is back upon us. As we work to improve our instructional strategies, level of rigor within our classrooms, and grading practices, it may be necessary for students to work a little harder and study a little more to be successful and to meet the expectations that we have set for them individually and for the school overall. Preparing students with 21st ...

School News

CCMS Academic Team Advances to Finals in National Academic Challenge in Washington, DC

This past weekend our CCMS Academic Team advanced to the finals of the National Academic Championship held in Washington, DC.  Our team included 8th grader JT Reagor and 7th graders Lauren Taylor, Jayden Coleman, Raychel Kool, Grace Songer, Abby Clark and  Aaron Schnee.  Highlights of the contest include a strong win in preliminaries over the tournament runner-up from Saipan.  

Way to go, Camels!

READI-FEST

Campbell County Schools'  14th Annual Readi-Fest will be August 1, 2016 from 4:00-7:00pm at Campbell County Middle School.

Please click here for registration information.

Free Summer Meals for Kids and Teens

Crossroads Elementary and Donald E. Cline Elementary are hosting FREE Breakfast and Lunch for all children up to 18 years of age.  For more information click here.

Welcome to CCMS!

MISSION STATEMENT

CCMS stakeholders are committed to the success of all students. No exceptions. No excuses.

CCMS Offers New Academic Team Summer Camp!

Mail registrations to Faye Smith by July 6.  

For more information see link.

Academic Team Summer Camp Information

CONGRATULATIONS CCMS GIRLS' AND BOYS' 2016 REGIONAL TRACK CHAMPS

Congratulations to the CCMS Girls’ and Boys’ Track Teams who both won the 2016 Regional Championships! For the Girls, it's back to back Regional wins with a fresh new team. For the boys, it is their first Region Championship in the last 10 years.  Individual Region Champions are as follows: Cooper Ackerson in High Jump (5’4”), Hope Hounshell in Long Jump (school record 15’), the Boys 4x200 relay team (school record 1:41.03) of Porter Hedenberg, Evan Barnes, Josh Pond, and Austin Hammack, the Girls 4x100 relay team (55.47) of Tia Mounts, Paige Wespesser, Sanchia Abdul-Rahim, and Hope Hounshell, the Girls 4x400 relay team (4:36.85) of Hannah Schreiber, Jenna Gies, Grace Moloney, and Tia Mounts, Laney Weinberg in both the 100 (17.61) and 300 (51.65) meter hurdles. Laney Weinberg also walked away with the Top Overall Female Point Scorer Award. Additional school records include Austin Hammack in the 100m dash (12.24), the Boys 4x800 relay team (9:27.47) of Nick Cartwright, Cooper Ackerson, Jordan Hartig, and Noah Slone.

Congratulations Camels!

Camp Camel

 CAMP CAMEL

A ONE DAY PROGRAM FOR INCOMING 6TH GRADERS TO HELP PREPARE THEM FOR CCMS!

 

August 3 @ CCMS, 8:30 am - 3:00 pm (Registration begins at 8:00 am)

Students will be available for pickup beginning at 3:15 pm to a parent/guardian with proper picture identification.

Camp Camel Registration Form

CCMS Summer Reading Assignments

The summer reading assignment for ALL 2016-2017 Campbell County Middle School students is below.  As part of our English-language arts course, CCMS designed a summer reading program that all CCMS students participate in each summer to aid our students in understanding the following:

• Reading can be an enjoyable pastime.
• People read for pleasure, not just to acquire information.
• Reading is a skill that improves with practice.
• Reading can be a family activity; families in which parents read inspire children to read.
• Reading is fundamental in providing a solid basis for academic achievement.

All CCMS students will read a minimum of one novel or book this summer that is at the appropriate reading level of that student and complete a reading log.