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Martin Luther King Holiday
Published by Kelley Ambersley-Ray on January 14, 2019
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Students and staff will be out of school on Monday, January 21st in honor of the Dr. King holiday.

        
Winter Sports Jan. 14-Jan. 18
Published by Kelley Ambersley-Ray on January 12, 2019
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Basketball  Games:

1/15  Girls/Boys Basketball @ Nick Jeralds

1/17 BYE

 

  Wrestling Match:
      1/15 vs. Nick Jeralds
1/17 BYE

 

All matches and games begin at 4:00.

        
2019-2020 CCS Choice Fair
Published by Kelley Ambersley-Ray on January 11, 2019
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ACMS is a School of Choice in CCS
Published by Kelley Ambersley-Ray on January 11, 2019
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Cumberland County School is currently taking applications for the 2018-2019 Schools of Choice Programs.  ACMS offers a Year Round schedule, multiple language programs,  robotics, and required school uniform. Application information in English or Spanish can be found online or you may print out the application and mail it in.  Applications will be accepted from January 7, through February 20, 2019. Please be reminded that this application process covers the entire 2019-2020 academic year.

Year-Round / World Language & Global Communications

  • Features a year round calendar  (45 days of instruction days followed by 15 days of intersession, enrichment, and vacation)
  • Fosters an environment that strengthens critical thinking, creativeness, abilities, and communication skills through continuous teaching and learning
  • Offers studies of Arabic, Mandarin Chinese and Spanish culture and language to all grade levels
  • Prescribes a uniform code of dress (ACMS Uniform and Dress Policy)

 

Dual Middle School Immersion Program

Students who have completed the K-5 Language Immersion Program from E.E. Miller and W. H. Owen can continue the Language Immersion Program at the Middle School level (grades 6-8). Spanish Native or Heritage Speakers can participate in the Dual Immersion Program. Students will broaden skills in cultural awareness and global knowledge while continuing to learn academic content in Spanish. Students will also strengthen Spanish language skills. Students language proficiency will be assessed at the end of each grade level.

 

Robotics

Get ready for fun, excitement and exploration into engineering through project based learning. Come learn how to create, construct and write code for autonomous robots using Lego’s Mindstorm NXT and EV3 robots. Imagine it! Engineer it! Make it move! You will work in cooperative learning teams to complete projects and missions created specifically for the NXT and EV3. You will learn to use an array of digital sensors: color sensor, gyro sensor, touch sensor and the ultrasonic sensor.  Students will leave with an understanding of the engineering design process, the ability to problem-solve as well as troubleshoot problems  associated with writing code. This course will provide a  meaningful, hands-on experience for students.

        
ACMS 2018 Spelling Bee
Published by Kelley Ambersley-Ray on December 12, 2018
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Congratulations to the following students for finishing in the top tier of the ACMS Spelling Bee:  Way to go to first place winner Stephen Hubbard. He will go on to represent ACMS in the county spelling bee in 2019. First runner up was Tyler Tuckey and second place runner up was Emawni Wideman. We appreciate all the contestants taking the time to practice and study he word lists as they prepared for this event.

 

        
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