Next week, January 25th-29th, the student council members will be hosting the Great Kindness Challenge. All three schools in the district will be participating in this...
MINDFULLY CONNECTEDDeveloping a mindful approach to family technology useCEMS will be hosting three conversations about Mindful Use of Technology led by Mindfulness...
As a part of our exploration of Civil Rights, the CEMS Civil Rights Team created the attached video. It celebrates Dr. King's life and we hope it helps our community...
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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/view image
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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.view image
With the holiday approaching, please take a moment to review the travel guidelines set by the State of Maine:
Vermont and New Hampshire are still on the exempt list.
In an effort to have our schools open next week, we have developed a bus schedule that will hopefully only have to be implemented for the week of December 7-11, 2020. There will have to be double runs in order to provide students with transportation to and from school. The times listed will be arrival times at schools in the morning, and departure times from school in the afternoon. 2nd wave bus students should plan to be at their bus stops 15 minutes after their normal time. We are asking parents who can transport their own students to school next week, to do so in order to help out with this transportation challenge. Please check your email to view the schedule. Thank you.