Mrs. Meads' and Miss Goffos' classes had so much fun with Senora Ormerod learning about the Mexican tradition of Las Posadas. We sang Christmas songs in Español and danced with maracas! Thank you Senora!

Even Mr. Lazar couldn't resist helping with the Santa Workshop at GPS!
It took Mrs. Button and Mr. Lazar helping with the PTO to try to keep up with the Santa Workshop demands.
Ms. Spruill organized donations to create baskets for the residents of the Needham Nursing home from our Kindergarteners. Kindergarten families generously donated enough items to give each resident their own basket of puzzle books, bath products, and snacks, as well as several community baskets. The students worked hard to create holiday cards in writing. Ms. Spruill (with the help of Mrs. Heather Jones) delivered the baskets on December 16th.
I huge shout out to GPS and CIS for always thinking of their bus drivers during the holidays.
Ms. Goffos' class used desk drumming with pool noodles as a way to practice our multiplication facts! We skip count and hit the desks or our bodies with the pool noodles!


4th grade did a Christmas book exchange! Students brought in a book and played a game to get a different book to take home That afternoon at pickup, it was a joy to see our kids all sitting with their noses in a new book!!!
4th grade math did their first annual "Reindeer Rocking Around the Room" math event. Students roamed the cafeteria solving math spiral review problems about Santa's reindeer. They also teamed up with other students to have a drawing contest and sing favorite Christmas songs. Oh what fun!
Here are pictures of Mrs. Wynkoop’s and Mrs. Daniel’s 5th grade classes dissecting owl pellets that were donated by the CIS PTO as part of our ecosystem unit.

Sixth grade science lab - volume displacement

Sixth grade science - team building/ problem solving lab

Sixth grade science - discovering/classifying sounds lab

Ms. Wooten's 4th grade class worked on test structures in informational texts and compared and contrasted the social classes aboard the Titanic using triple Venn Diagrams.
Students in Ms. Dupree’s 6th grade ELA class had fun combining a Nonfiction Reading and Math/Science Stem activity. Using Critical thinking skills in teams, they solved the problem of the Eiffel Tower leaning more every year. They had to figure out how to prevent it from permanently toppling over! Each group presented their ideas and the best ideas were chosen!
Mrs Kelsey’s students displaying their artwork after a painting step by step activity.
Ms. Giffin's 4th grade class was asked to play and sing for this year's Christmas Sing-Along that Mrs. Ferebee organized for GPS. A couple of Mrs. Greene's students and Mrs. Wooten's students also played along with us.


Jr Beta Toy Donation

The Jr Beta Club collected toys to donate to a local church.

CMS Christmas Door Decorating Contest winners

8th Grade Hallway - Mrs Durham

7th Grade Hallway - Mrs. Holley

Split Hallway - Mrs. Erwin


Abigail Rachid and Cynthia Johnson are student representatives for the JCPC (Camden County Juvenile Crime Prevention Council)
CECHS Students and Staff Celebrating Spirit Week
Elves playing in teachers rooms
Camden Early College was a recipient of the Camden County's State Employees Credit Union's Random Act of Kindness!
Mr. Lage's Chemistry Class experimenting


Camden FFA, and Camden Bands in the South Mills Christmas Parade
Our Heath Science I class completed their service learning project with YHSC by presenting about mental health and bullying to the 8th grade class at CMS.
First CCHS Inductees in the new Spanish National Honor Society.
National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society and Student Government Association collected money to send 77 boxes to a local nursing home.
CCHS students load the bus with toys/gifts collected during the Stuff the Bus and Angel Tree projects and deliver them to Grandy Primary School.
Camden County Schools grades 6-12 Art Show and Winter Concert
SGA sponsored the Penny Wars and raised $650 for children in need in Camden County.
Congratulations to our awesome students who placed first out of 91 teams at the NC FFA State Livestock Evaluation Career Development Event in Raleigh and qualified to go to Nationals in October 2022!

Congratulations to Ms. Noblitt's Microsoft Word & PowerPoint Class


Congratulations to Amy Gillikin for being selected to serve as a Scribbles Coach!