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Calling All Cooks: Crowd-pleasing cakes for all

By LISA ANDRUS-WELCH The Easter holiday will be here before we know it and because I like to plan ahead, I’ve begun thinking about my menu, which I’ll share in following weeks. For now, let’s start with dessert. Since there will be quite a few of us at the table I need a dessert that can ...

Fall Reading Competition

By Jocelyn Sproat and Taylor Koch The Fall InterScholastic Reading Competition took place at Bellwood Antis High School on November 13th, 2018. Twenty-two teams competed in 3 rounds with 30 questions per round. There were 15 questions for each team with a chance to steal. Each team had 20 ...

Central Mountain Middle School food drive

By Adalynn Mckeague Central Mountain Middle School holds a Food Drive for the Salvation Army every year. Ms. Dangle started the food drive 5 years ago. However, for the last few years Mr. Gill and the Student SWPBS have been in charge of the food drive. The canned food goes to the ...

NaNoWriMo

By Cassidy Martin, Annalise Mann, & Emerson Bressler November is known as national novel writing month, or NANOWRIMO. NaNoWriMo is an opportunity for young writers across the world to write their own novel. At Central Mountain Middle School, Mrs.Proctor, a Reading and English teacher, ...

Honors Banquet

By: Paige Confer and Liana Dion CMMS’s annual Honors Banquet was held on November 6th for the 7th graders, and November 14th for the 8th graders. The students were awarded for their academic performance from the previous year. Two hundred thirty one total kids were awarded with a ...

Club Spotlight: Ski Club

By Jasmine McCulley and Jaylyn Powers If you love the cold and the ski slopes Ski Club at CMMS might be for you! The Ski Club is one of many club options for students at CMMS to sign up for. Mr. Laubscher is the CMMS Ski Club advisor. He grew up skiing and has a passion for it. This ...

Mrs. Dangle’s posters

By Paige Confer and Liana Dion Text Dependent Analysis (TDA) writing is a huge focus that Reading and English teachers work on for months prior to the PSSA. Students are required to write this type of essay on the PSSA each year. Seventh grade teacher, Ms. Donna Dangle created an ...

CMMS Shout Outs

By Onalisa Heverly and Fatima Kaba CMMS would like to give a shout out to Heverly’s Tree Farm for contributing a Christmas tree to our Snowball Dance on December 14, 2018. The School Wide team used it to collect hats and gloves for children in our community that needed them. The ...

Shoes that Grow

By Michelle Johnson and Aubree Ambacher Mr. Mansfield, Health and PE teacher at CMMS saw a problem and decided to ask the CMMS students to help out. The problem is that 300 million kids don’t have a pair of shoes that fit them or don’t have any shoes at all. This causes these ...

CMMS Mini Thon Update

CMMS Mini Thon is right around the corner. Our 4th annual Mini-Thon is set for May 3, 2019 from 2-8 p.m. This multi-hour event raised $28, 359.81 last year, and a total of $57,000 in the last three years. If you would like to donate to CMMS Mini Thon you can donate through our donor page ...