Camp Ernst MS Newsletter May 2016

by STLP student Zac Jennings

Mr. Black's Class raises donations for our community

Thanks to everyone who participated in Autism Awareness week! With your help, we were able to raise over $600 with t-shirt sales and donations. These funds will benefit our students who go on community throughout the year. The winning classroom was Mr. Schneiders room and the winning class was the seventh grade. Mr. Schneiders class received a popsicle party, and the 7th grade earned a shorts day. Thanks again for your support!

CEMS Talent Show Audition Guidelines

Do you have talent? If so, auditions for the school Talent Show will be held after school on Wednesday, May 11th and Friday, May 13th. Get details and sign up for an audition slot outside of the Chorus room. Here are some of the guidelines:

  • The annual CEMS Talent Show will be held on the last day of school-May 25th
  • Auditions will be in the Chorus room after school on May 11th and May 13th. You will only need to come one day.
  • Talent show is for CEMS students only.
  • See Mrs. Leffler for any questions

Main Office Update

Watch this video that reviews "Walking Home" form and dress code.
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CEMS is proud of our Project Based Learning

Project-Based Learning occurs when students are inspired to overcome challenges and create solutions to problems they face in their world. With the guidance of their teachers, Camp Ernst Middle School students are making a difference throughout our community and the world.

Check out our website that showcases our 2015-2016 Project-Based Learning activities and Service Learning Projects. Click here

Message from the Clinic

As sunny days shine upon us, please be aware that we do not supply sunscreen in the first aid room. We also do not keep a supply of aloe or any sun burn relief in the first aid room.

Sign up: Drama Summer Camp

“Make Way, For Prince Ali” and the CEMS and RCHS Summer Drama camps! This year, the schools are pleased to present Aladdin Kids for kids entering 3 – 5th grade for next school year and Aladdin Jr. for kids entering 6 – 8thgrade for next school year. Any kid from any school is eligible provided they fit the grade requirements. Each camp is one week long. For more information and registration, please go to It’s “a Whole New World” to explore!

Sign up: Summer Basketball and Volleyball Camps

Students entering 6th-7th-8th grade for the 2016-17 school year can register for Summer Basketball Camp (Boys/Girls) and Volleyball Camp (Girls). See the buttons below for the registration forms: