Tiger E News

September 8, 2015

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A group of students at CCMS students have been appointed Student Ambassadors for the 2015-16 school this year. The group is comprised of 7th and 8th grade students who have proven themselves to be leaders at CCMS. Students were chosen by recommendations at the end of last school year. The goal of the student ambassador program is to develop communication and leadership skills while proudly promoting their school. One of their goals this year is to show the CCMS staff how much they are appreciated. Last Friday, during their Tiger Time, they served soft drinks, water and tea on a traveling beverage cart to the CCMS staff. Student ambassadors reported that all staff members were very appreciative of their efforts! Great job, Student Ambassadors! Student ambassadors are Lauren Masters, Sylvie Schroeder, Mae Hadley, Baylee Dennis, Christopher Collins, Kaylie Dow, Logan Jorgenson, Grace Liles, Isaac Mitchell, and Carter Straight.


  • PHS hosted the youth football players and cheerleaders on Friday night. All guests received a treat bag, were introduced at halftime, and lucky fans won spirit gear from the PHS cheerleaders!
  • CCMS fall sports seasons begin this week. GOOD LUCK TIGERS!
  • The Ellis PBS program made the FOX4 News!! Thanks to SRO Nick Little and our Ellis students for showing their TIGER SPIRIT!


Mr. Houser grew up in Kearney, Missouri and graduated from Kearney High School. He has one brother, one sister and two nephews. Mr. Houser's fiance has two children so he will be a stepfather very soon.

He graduated with honors from Park University with degrees in middle school education and history. Mr. Houser's hobbies include sports, biking, hiking, and watching DIY shows. He also enjoys fishing and hunting.

Mr. Houser has always wanted to share his love of history with students. He is off to a great start at CCMS! Welcome, Mr. Houser!!