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Mindfully Connected Event (1/27 @ 7:30 PM)

Mindfully Connected Event (1/27 @ 7:30 PM)

MINDFULLY CONNECTED Developing a mindful approach to family technology use CEMS will be hosting three conversations about Mindful Use of Technology led by Mindfulness...

The Great Kindness Challenge

The Great Kindness Challenge

This year marks the 10th anniversary of The Great Kindness Challenge. CEMS is joining the High School and Pond Cove in participating in The Great Kindness Challenge. ...

Food Chains & Webs

Food Chains & Webs

As part of their most recent unit on Environmental Science, students in Mrs. Geikie's 5th grade full remote classes were each asked to choose an ecosystem to research. ...

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Jen Lakari

Jen Lakari

about 4 hours ago

Due to the completion of budget presentations on Tuesday, January 26th, there will be no School Board Budget meeting tonight, January 27th.

jonathan r. werner

jonathan r. werner

1 day ago

Ms. Kaufman's 6th graders wondered: even if it is just one drop in the ocean, how did that drop get there? So they followed one from its origin all the way to the Spurwink River. And along the way, discovered how that drop, with many of its drop friends, resulted in erosion.

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jonathan r. werner

jonathan r. werner

5 days ago

On 1/27/21, CEMS will host the first of three conversations led by Mindfulness Director, Erica Marcus, and CEMS Tech Integrator, Jonathan R. Werner. They will provide a forum to share, discuss and learn about the impacts of tech on kids and families. FMI: https://bit.ly/3oSz8lK

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jonathan r. werner

jonathan r. werner

10 days ago

7th graders performing Feudalism skits in Mrs. Briggs' History classes using props purchased with an MSPA grant. Since the Plague seems to be part of the reenactment currently, all props were sanitized after 1- touch use. @CapeMspa https://www.facebook.com/groups/175878782576476/

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jonathan r. werner

jonathan r. werner

12 days ago

The pandemic has forced us to temporarily close the MakerSpace at CEMS. But that hasn't stopped IDEA Lab students from creating some AMAZING projects! This impressive Zoom-ready phone stand was the brainchild of 6th grader Mirabella Gradie in collaboration with her grandfather.

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