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Education

Precious memories in just six words

By Chloe Condo and Abigail McElwain This year at Central Mountain Middle School teachers Zoe Keeler and Julie Proctor helped their students write 6-word memoirs. Many students enjoyed writing the six-word memoirs. Ms. Keeler said that one of her favorite memoirs written by an 8th ...

Pride Stride

By Shea Yost and Kandra Shadle Pride Stride was a walk around the track at Central Mountain Middle School on October 18th, 2019. All students were able to participate in this event. The Pride Stride is an annual fundraiser that helps raise money for the SWPBS rewards, spread awareness ...

Water bottle filling stations a welcome addition at CMMS

By Taylor Koch The students at Central Mountain Middle School would constantly be leaving class to fill their water bottles up, causing them to lose learning time. So to help the problem, as a 6th grader Cassidy Martin (now an 8th grader) brought the idea of water bottle filling stations to ...

New reward system in place at CMMS

By Cadence Grieb and Kori Grieb Central Mountian Middle School has new Positive Behavior reward system. There is a whole new way for teachers to reward their students for good behavior. With the new system the student have badges, and the teachers can scan the badges and give you a pride ...

Spreading cheer during Children’s Hospital visit

By Taylor Koch The Central Mountain Middle School has been participating in the Four Diamonds Fight for Childhood Cancer by hosting an annual Mini-Thon to raise money for the Penn State Hershey’s Children’s Hospital for the last four years. Every year a school in Pennsylvania is chosen ...

CMMS Lunch League

By Jaycob Diaz This summer CMMS Principal Dave Peters, Superintendent Jacque Martin and Physical Education teacher Don Mansfield sat down and discussed an indoor and outdoor activity option for students at CMMS. Students report to the gym on their designated Intervention time and they ...

PC Rocks

By Kandra Shadle and Shea Yost The Clinton County Community Foundation continues to bring hope where there is despair in our community by offering grant monies to local coalitions and organizations to benefit the people of Clinton County. The Foundation is known for its generosity and ...

CMMS fields competitive fall boys and girls sports teams

By Adalynn McKeague and Cassidy Martin This year Central Mountain Middle School had seven fall sports teams: Football, cheerleading, boys and girls soccer, volleyball, softball, and tennis. These teams each had good seasons. All students worked hard on and off the field to be not just ...

Hospitality Cart is the newest club at CMMS

By Paige Confer, Alyssa Furl and Valerie Kitchen The Hospitality Cart is the newest club at Central Mountain Middle School. In this club 6th graders sell coffee, tea, and hot chocolate to staff. They also distribute kind notes and chocolates to all staff. Mrs. D. Miller and Mrs. A. ...

SVRCS lists honor students

LOGANTON — The following students at Sugar Valley Rural Charter School were named to honor rolls for the first marking period. HIGH HONOR ROLL Fifth Grade — Evangeline Andrus, Colbie Bellomy, Lyla Breon, Marrin Clester, Leroy Culvey, Alanea Dalida, Ella Dutrow, Nasier Staton, Gabriel ...

Debate Club

By AUBREE AMBACHER Debate Club is a club that has given Central Mountain Middle School students the opportunity to share their opinions on what is currently happening in the world. Seventh and eighth grade teacher, Mrs. Julie Proctor led this club because she wanted students to have an ...

The other life of a middle school teacher

By JOCELYN SPROAT And TAYLOR KOCH Have you ever wondered what your teachers do outside of school? Well Central Mountain Middle School students did some research to find out! We interviewed many staff members from CMMS to find out about their lives both in school and outside of ...

CMMS’ new Poetry Club

By MICHELLE JOHNSON Seventh and eighth grade english and reading teacher, Mrs. Julie Proctor, created a club called “Mrs. Proctor’s Poetry Group.” The group met every Monday and Tuesday during homeroom. The purpose of the group was to get together and write. Mrs. Proctor gave the ...

Winter and Spring Sports Recap

By ADALYNN McKEAGUE And TAYLOR KOCH This past school year Central Mountain Middle School’s winter and spring sports teams seasons were very successful. In the winter the sports were girls basketball, boys basketball, and wrestling. The spring sport of track was open to both boys and girls ...

High School Musical Jr.

By TAYLOR KOCH and CASSIDY MARTIN Every year the Central Mountain Middle School Choir performs a musical for their fellow classmates and community. This year teacher and director Mr. Connor decided to do the play “High School Musical, Jr.” Kaidyn Rogers played Gabriella, and ...

The Spring Fling

By LIANA DION And PAIGE CONFER On Friday April 5, Central Mountain Middle School held a school wide, semi-formal Spring Fling dance from 7-9pm. Students and families came at 6pm for pictures. “The Impact Group” sponsored the Spring Fling. This group helps fund programs for both CMMS ...

Bring in the band and some ice cream sundaes

By MICHELLE JOHNSON Every quarter, Central Mountain Middle School hosts rewards for the students. For the 3rd quarter of this past school year, the reward was ice cream sundaes and a concert! The reward took place on Thursday, April 4th. It was free to attend for students without any ...

Into the Wetlands

By EMERSON BRESSLER And ANNALISE MANN Seventh grade science teacher, Mrs. Nyman and her student teacher, Mr. McLeroy, took their students to the wetlands outside of the school building. “It allowed students partake in discovery and build observation,” Mr. McLeroy stated. Most ...

LHU helping prepare students for life after college

LOCK HAVEN— The Center for Career and Professional Development (CCPD) at Lock Haven University is a one-stop-shop for LHU students, offering a myriad of resources and services to empower students to explore meaningful work and pursue competitive careers. The CCPD’s initiative is a ...

LHU social work program named one of the most affordable

LOCK HAVEN— Lock Haven University’s bachelor’s degree in social work (BSW) recently was recognized by Human Services Edu on their 2019 Best BSW Programs list as one of the most affordable programs in America. Human Services Edu assessed hundreds of schools around the nation and created ...