Veterans Day Pictures

Mrs. Lee’s and Ms. Crider’s 2nd grade classes learned about Veterans Day today and colored these pictures to pay tribute!

Fall and Spooky Crafts

Fall and spooky craftivities from Mrs. H. Jones class in both Science and Math (skeletal system-we made our own x-rays, “Monsterplication”, spidery word problems, and place value pumpkin

1st grade engineers

Ms. Bundy's class read the book Turkey Trouble recently and students had to use gumdrops and toothpicks to build a structure to hide the turkeys so they wouldn’t get eaten for Thanksgiving.
First graders in Ms. Markham's class read the story Too Many Tamales while learning about the culture of their classmate, Jazmin Garcia-Martinez. Jazmin's mother brought in Authentic tamales for the class and made a short presentation about her home country and the high school students from Senora Ormerod's Spanish Class at CCHS acted out the story.


Students in Ms. Dupree’s classes created a story in groups around a theme. They read it aloud to the class, who then tried to guess the Theme! They enjoyed doing it!


Congratulations Ms. Thomas!

Congratulations Ms. Thomas for being named the North Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics Outstanding Secondary Mathematics Teacher for 2020 for the Northeast Region!
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Students in Agriculture

Members of the CMS FFA participated in the Livestock Judging CDE. The teams placed 1st and 3rd in the middle school division.

Also, our agriculture students did a salad investigation to learn the difference between fruits and vegetables. Lettuce grown in the hydroponics system was used in the activity.


2021 NC Forestry Association- Forest Products Week Essay Contest High School Winner- Cynthia Johnson

Congratulations to Cynthia Johnson, 10th grader, for being selected as the 2021 High School Winner for NC Forestry Association’s Forest Products! "We received 141 essays from 53 schools across the state, and her essay was selected by judges from the NC Forestry Association and the NC Forest Service. As a winning essayist, Cynthia will receive a $200 visa gift card, our wooden trophy, and a certificate."

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The band completed their final contest of the season at Havelock High School on Saturday with a 1st place in Class 3A. This was their 3rd class championship of the year. The band was the 9th highest scoring band on the day in prelims and was invited to perform in exhibition at finals.

The band was the only 2A school in the top 10 on the day and outscored a lot of bands from much larger 3A and 4A schools from the region.

The band completed the season with a score of 89.28, a school record.

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Speed Dating

Ms. Simmons 4th block Honors English Class did a little speed dating to meet their perfect book match. They all left with a book. Hooray! Thanks Mrs Heath.
FCA volunteered their time and cleaned up the campus during Bruin Success.
Marching Band had their Annual Dinner & Award Banquet.
Congratulations to our Cross Country for going to the 2A State Championship and being named 7th overall at the meet!
Congratulations to the Varsity Volleyball team for going to the 2A State Championship and were the State Runner Ups!
USCG JLP did several events this month including presenting at the VFW Post 6060 Veterans Day event, a National Hockey League Game, and the Albemarle Ruritans Banquet!
Our National Honor Society has honored Jordyn Lee by putting a Live Like Jordyn sign in front of the high school and selling Live Like Jordyn bracelets.
Our 1st Nine Weeks Wall of Fame Recipients.
FFA spent their Bruin Success volunteering at the Albemarle Food Bank.


Board Meeting Spotlights!

Congratulations to our Varsity volleyball team for advancing to the Class 2A State Championship game in Raleigh and ending the season as NCHSAA State runner-ups!
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Our Board of Education also recognized and thanked Tidewater Agronomics for the support that they provided at the bus accident scene.
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The Camden County Board of Education recognized Christian Overton, Chairman, for receiving the School Board Member Leadership Award during the North Carolina School Boards Association's Annual Conference that was held in Greensboro, NC.

The School Board Member Leadership Award is presented to one school board member in the state who has demonstrated extraordinary leadership during the school year. In 2018, Mr. Overton received the Raleigh Dingman Award and thus by receiving the School Board Member Leadership Award, he has received the two highest honors awarded by NCSBA. Congratulations Mr. Overton and thank you for your leadership and dedication to Camden County Schools!

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