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Thank You Teachers Logo“Teachers are inspiring our children at every grade level, they are opening minds to math and music; not just to basic literacy but classic literature; to social studies and science, Spanish, and special education. In their daily lives, the men and women who teach our children fulfill the promise of a nation that’s always looking forward, that believes each generation has a responsibility to help the next in building this great country of ours and making the world a better place. President Kennedy said, “Our progress as a nation can be no swifter than our progress in education.”” –  excerpt of remarks by President Barrack Obama at the 2016 National Teacher of the Year Celebration

Hornets, let’s take a moment to thank our faculty and staff for all of their hard work and dedication and say “A job well done”.

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Published by Darwin Hadrick, II on May 12, 2017

        


Picture of an "On the Air" MircophoneGREAT NEWS: This show will be rebroadcast on Monday, May 29 from 11:34 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

During the May 1 edition of Let’s Talk Education, the show’s host, CCS’ Superintendent Dr. Frank Till, will talk with Montclair Elementary School Principal Stephanie Rivers and Anne Chesnutt Middle School Assistant Principal Lakeshia Payton. They will discuss plans for the elementary and middle schools to become Magnet schools. To listen, tune in from 11:34 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. on WIDU 1600 AM or visit www.widuradio.com.

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Published by Darwin Hadrick, II on May 5, 2017

        


Order Your Yearbook

Yearbooks for the 2016-2017 school year are ready for pre-order. The cost is $22.00 and can be purchased online at yearbookordercenter.com . For students purchasing their yearbook with cash or check, see Mr. Chavis in room 17 or Ms. Pettus in the front office.

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Published by Darwin Hadrick, II on May 2, 2017

        


a picture logo with the PTSA everychild one voice words.

Greetings All, thank you for your interest in ACMS PTSA and join us in support of Anne Chesnutt Middle School!  PTSA dues for the 16-17 school year are $7 (parents, faculty, staff, etc) and $5 (students).
Dues are payable via cash or check (checks payable to ACMS PTSA). Please remit payment to child’s homeroom teacher. In the absence of a membership form, be certain to provide parent full name, parent phone & email and child’s grade and homeroom teacher.


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Published by Darwin Hadrick, II on May 1, 2017

        


APicture of a Microphone displaying talentCMS has talent. That was on display at the 4th Annual ACMS Talent Showcase on Friday, March 24, 2017. Our Hornets entertained us with a variety of amazing acts. There were singers, rappers, hip-hop dancers, interpretive dance acts, musicians, and a basketball exhibitionist. Truly, ACMS has talent. For more view the photo gallery of this event.

 


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Published by Darwin Hadrick, II on March 31, 2017

        


Picture of Tahir H.Our ACMS Forensics team competed at the Regional Forensics competition held at New Century Middle School on Saturday March 11th.  Congratulations to Tahir Hairston for placing 3rd in the regional forensics competition in humorous interpretation. A Hornet Buzz to the entire team for a great season.

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Published by Darwin Hadrick, II on March 13, 2017

        


Dr Robertson and Ms. Payton at WIDUACMS Principal, Dr. Tonjai Robertson and Assistant Principal Ms. Lakeshia Payton were on the air at WIDU 1600 for the “Community Impact Hour” on Monday February 20th. The discussion included a wide range of topics related to our outstanding school. As a school of choice, Dr. Robertson explained the benefits of the year round option, the many options available to CCS students, and the important role ACMS plays in our community. Also mentioned was our excellent World Language department, headlined by our Spanish Immersion curriculum. If you would like to learn more about ACMS, contact our main office at 910-867-9147.

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Published by Darwin Hadrick, II on March 3, 2017

        


At our Heritage Essay Winnersrecently held Heritage Program, Three deserving Hornets were recognized for their writing excellence. These students were the finalists for the Heritage Essay contest sponsored by Bethel Lodge #849.  The finalist were 1st place winner Ja’Quan Johnson, 2nd place finalist Ghazanfar Ali , and 3rd place finalist Olivia Oratokhai. Congratulation to them all. To see the photo gallery click “Read More”


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Published by Darwin Hadrick, II on March 3, 2017

        


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Congrats to our Hornets Isaiah Howard who placed 3rd in the category of Engineering and Aziza Matos who placed 4th in the category of Chemistry at the North Carolina Regional Science Fair held on Saturday, February 18th on the campus of UNC-Pembroke.  An enormous Hornet Buzz goes to the following students who were selected to participate in the North Carolina Regional Science Fair: Arrieanna Burns Williams, Nyla Badillo, Aaliyah Wilson, Aziza Matos, Isaiah Howard & Walter Reeves.
Not only were these future scientists chosen based on their topic and creativity, but each of them exhibited understanding how the scientific method is used to test a hypothesis, accumulate & analyze data, and articulate a clear conclusion of how their project could advance science. Thank you Hornets for committing to this project and your participation. You have exceptionally represented ACMS in an outstanding way.

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Published by Darwin Hadrick, II on March 2, 2017

        


On Thursday, February 23rd,Chinese Program Hornets  Ms Chen and our Chinese Language Arts students participated in the 2017 Chinese New Years Celebration at 71st High School. They celebrated the Year of the Roster by perform four selections. The performances were entitled ” Shadow Puppet Show”, “Dance Kongfy Fan”, Blue and “White China”, plus a singing of “The Brightest Star in the Sky”.  The song and dance performances demonstrated our Hornets knowledge of the rich culture and language of China. Thank you to Ms. Chen and all of our Hornets for such great performances.  View the photo gallery by clicking “Read More”


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Published by Darwin Hadrick, II on February 27, 2017

        


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