CMS Students of the Nine Weeks 2021-22

District Level YGA Winners

CMS was extremely proud to have all three Young GA Authors from our school recognized at the District Level. Our 6th and 8th Grade winning entries will now move on to the region competition.

8th Grade: Logan Elton, Winner

7th Grade: Lilly Carroll, Honorable Mention

6th Grade: Esther Par, Winner

YGA district winner

Logan Elton, 8th Grade District Winner

Pictured with ELA Teacher Caroline Crow

YGA honorable mention

Lilly Carroll, 7th Grade District Honorable Mention

Pictured with ELA Teacher Dena Siek

YGA winner

Esther Par, 6th Grade District Winner

Pictured with ELA Teacher Alli Duncan

Geography Bee

Geography Bee winners

CMS is proud to congratulate the following students on their performances in our 2022 Geography Bee:

  • Cole Burns, Winner
  • Brady Veal, Runner Up
  • Christian Crawford, Second Runner Up
REACH scholarship recipient
spelling bee winners

Local Technology Fair

The CMS STEM club virtually submitted their tech fair projects, and CMS had two winners in our local tech fair. Genesis Solis won for multimedia application, and Miley Haney was a winner for video production. These ladies will now submit their projects for the Region Tech Fair. 
tech fair winners

CMS Young GA Author Winners

8th Grade: Harlow Rice (2nd), Logan Elton (1st), Kate Stoddard (3rd)

8th grade YGA

7th Grade: Lilly Carroll (1st), Ragan Burchfield (3rd), Not pictured: Lemley Taylor (2nd)

7th grade YGA

6th Grade: London Williams (3rd), Esther Par (1st), Abby Kreft (2nd)

7th grade YGA

2022 Optimist Club Essay Winners

The Optimist Club of Carrollton celebrated on February 3 by awarding their 2022 Essay Contest winners. Over 51 entries were submitted this year, and CMS had two students that placed in the top three! This year’s topic was: “How Does an Optimistic Mindset Change My Tomorrow?” Congratulations to 7th grader,
Ragan Burchfield, who took 1st place and Isabelle Morales, also 7th grade, who placed 3rd. We will leave you with a quote referenced in our 1st place essay: “There are 7.8 billion people in the world, so even if 99.999% of them don’t like you, that still leaves 78,000 that do!"
Ragan Burchfield
Optimist Essay Winners
Isabelle Morales