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CAMDEN MIDDLE SCHOOL Rides the Wild West Railroad
There is a new meaning to the words “Saturday School”. A group of 6th grade students from Camden Middle School were not required to attend school on Saturday. Instead, they received an opportunity to learn about the 1700’s and 1800’s in a very hands on way. Students rode the train to a place called Pioneer Town where real cowboys performed reenactments from the Wild West Days. Students learned about dress, weapons, steamed trains, and social protocol of the era.
One CMS student, Jacob Fitch, says it all, “I am going to have fun, fun, fun, “and he did. Jacob along with several other students were able to view the guns, hold coins and other memorabilia from the 1800’s.
Each student attending the train ride agreed that learning on a Saturday can be fun.
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Cougars Play 60!!
CMS 6th grade Cougars had fun participating in the Play 60 event sponsored by the Jacksonville Jaguars!! Earlier this year, a number of 6th grade students attended a Jacksonville Jaguars game. As part of the program, we had a visit from a former Jaguars player and two members of the Jacksonville Roar. A great time was had by all!!
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