Today’s students face dangers that older generations could not have imagined. Things like the internet, cell phones, etc., have created a whole new set of issues and dangers for today’s youth. CHAMPS was founded in 2003 by the Georgia Sheriff’s Association to address the urgent challenges. The target audience for this is the 8th grade. This is the pilot year for the middle school program. Camden County was selected to be one of the counties to teach the program in the middle schools. Both Camden Middle School and St. Marys Middle School accepted this opportunity.
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CMS Student Council is sponsoring a recycling committee this year. We ask that all offices and classrooms designate a box for recycling. You can recycle notebook paper, white and colored copy paper, discarded mail, newspaper and magazines, workbooks and discarded textbooks with the covers removed.
Please email Mrs. Seymour if you need a box to use as your recycling bin. Wednesdays will be the recycle box pick up day. Please leave your box by your classroom door on Wednesdays to make pick up run smoothly.
We appreciate your help in making our campus a cleaner place!
CMS does receive money for this project!
Mrs. Seymour, Student Council Sponsor
On Thursday, September 26th Camden Middle School graduated their first class of parents that matriculated through the “Active Parenting of Teens” program.
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Georgia was one of 10 states granted a waiver from the federal No Child Left Behind Act in February 2012. The state created a new accountability system called the College and Career Ready Performance Index, which will roll out for the first time on May 7th. Please see the links below for more information on how our schools will now be scored.
CCRPI Achievement, Progress, and Achievement Gap