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  1. Seigars Strong Pancake Breakfast

    March 18, 2019

    Saturday, March 23rd from 8:30-11:00 at the CMS Gym Admission is $5/person. Go to Pancake Breakfast for Seigars on Facebook to let us know you are able to attend. Pay at the door. Contact Ryan Sweeney for additional information rsweeney@jmg.org All proceeds benefit Jacob Seigars and Family.

  2. Thomas College & RSU 18 STEAM Design Challenge

    February 28, 2019

                          STEAM Design Challenge Launch Workshop, February 27, 2019 Design challenge! Design Thinking! Iteration! Iteration! Iteration! Collaboration! Students of RSU #18 joined forces with Thomas College pre-service teachers for an 8-week collaborative Design Challenge unit. Students spent the day on the Thomas campus working through a “Gravity Pull Car” design challenge with Chris Dorman, STEM… Read More

  3. Regional Math Meet on February 14th

    February 15, 2019

    by Joshua Schmidt Sixth, seventh, and eighth-grade students from China Middle School participated in their second Math Meet of the year on Thursday, February 14th at the China Lake Conference Center. Schools from all over the area are challenged to complete a variety of difficult math tests to try and achieve the highest score. The… Read More

  4. Enterprise Group Update

    January 17, 2019

    The China Middle School Enterprise Group is at it again, giving students terrific hands-on learning experiences and producing amazing products! By Renee Callahan We believe in balance with our groups and allow them to have weeks where they prepare a snack for themselves, while still learning lessons within the kitchen. We had students choose their… Read More

  5. Breckon Davidson Wins China Middle School National Geographic Geobee

    January 8, 2019

    Students from China Middle School participated in the school-level competition of the National Geographic GeoBee on December 21st. Breckon Davidson, an eighth grade student, won first place for the second year in a row, with Max Sanborn, a seventh grade student, winning second place. The school-level competition is the first round in the annual National… Read More

  6. CMS Students Helping Students

    January 2, 2019

    China Middle School was one of three schools to win an additional $200 dollars for their Gratitude Grant submission in November.  They wasted no time putting the funds to work for their school community. CMS put in for the grant as a way to jump-start their new “Students Helping Students” program. Student Council kicked off… Read More

  7. China Community Shares Holiday Spirit

    December 28, 2018

    We want to thank several local organizations who were instrumental in helping families during the Holiday Season. The China Baptist Church gave food baskets and the China Dinah donated Christmas gifts to designated China School families.  The China Middle School JMG students set up  “Giving Trees” at China Primary School and China Middle School.  The… Read More

  8. Attendance Matters: at CMS Connection is Key

    December 10, 2018

    Building positive relationships is a key component of the district-wide attempt to improve attendance and address chronic absenteeism. At China Middle School, fostering stronger connections with students and families has been the core component of their strategy. For obstacles such as illness and injuries, the school nurse contacts families with the goal of keeping communication… Read More

  9. Author Visit from Lynn Plourde

    December 3, 2018

    CMS students had the opportunity to enjoy an author visit on November 29th from Maine Author, Lynn Plourde. Students listened and participated in her discussion about her first Middle School book that she had written called Maxi’s Secrets. The presentation was funded by the CMS PTO and The Onion Foundation. After the visit, the kids… Read More

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