Today is FFA Advisor and Agriculture Teacher Appreciation Day! Camden's Agriculture Teacher is Karly Marshman. She is also Camden's FFA advisor. Her dedication to agricultural education and the FFA program is outstanding and appreciated beyond words. Thank you for everything you do to help your students thrive.
The students in Mrs. Johnson's reading class finished their Valentine's Day treats for their people at home. You can see how much love went into creating all of these amazing crafts. 💌🌹
Happy, smiling students in the library on a Thursday afternoon! These young scholars are enjoying a little downtime 9th period in our CMS Media Center.
Camden Connected Community School will host events during break. See flyer for more information
All after school activities are cancelled for Camden Schools on Thursday, February 15 due to poor weather.
Today CMS is celebrating National FFA Week by showing our love for agriculture by wearing red and pink! Oaklyn the therapy dog decided to join the fun with a festive outfit!
Newly formed Crochet Club at CMS has been having fun chatting, creating and destressing every Tuesday, 10th period in Room 159! New members of all skills are always welcome!
The students in Mrs. Johnson's reading class have been working on a very special present to show their appreciation to their people at home for Valentine's Day. 💕
Our newest library display features books that have been turned into movies and television shows. I think we can all agree that the book is almost always better!
Happy 100th Day of School from the Camden Central School District!
Camden Middle School is proud to present our A Pass High Honor Roll students for the second marking period. Students must have an overall average of 89.5 to be included on High Honor Roll. Students will be treated to snow cones on Friday to reward to academic achievements!
National FFA week is here! Stay tuned for spirit day updates! Today students wore blue and yellow to show Camden FFA pride! Oaklyn also likes to participate in FFA fun!
Tuesdays mean puppies in the Middle School Media Center. Thanks to our friends from Lewis Manor Labradoodles. Here one of the puppers makes use of our library stool.
Everyone has a friend in the agriculture classroom. Oaklyn's friend just happens to be Elena the tortoise!
On January 19th and 20th, students from Camden Middle School joined their High School peers by participating in the Madison County All-County Festival held at Stockbridge Valley.
Representing 6th grade Chorus: Kylie Carey, Samuel Coleman, Katherine Dean, Madisyn Hathaway, Kyla Sommerville, Naiara Nottingham, Natalie Lynch and Taylor Mitchell. Representing 7/8 Band: Amelia Nobis, Bailey Burnup, Max Scholz, Addison Schulz, and Michael Guhin. Representing 7/8 Orchestra: Nevaeh Sharpe, Adalyn Whitby, Olivia Potter, Lilly Phelps and Drew Collins.
These students auditioned for these ensembles in October and worked with their teachers leading up to the festival and with guest conductors ending in a concert performance Saturday afternoon.
Today, February 7th, is National Girls and Women in Sports Day! From our athletes past and present, to our coaches, to everyone who has supported our girls' athletic programs over the years, we celebrate each one of you today.
Congratulations to the seven Camden FFA members moving on to sub-state competition after great performances at the District level!
Kayla Winn and her fellow chapter members are PUMPED UP to see what lies ahead in the next round!
Read More: https://www.camdenschools.org/o/cms/article/1446533
This is how PUMPED Kayla Winn is feeling about moving on to FFA Substates in Junior People In Agriculture!
The Camden FFA Chapter had an outstanding day at the District 5 competition. Eleven students represented Camden in four different competitions. Congratulations to Camden's Agriculture Issues team (Alexis Albrecht, Matt Albrecht, Luke Eveleth, Patrick Eveleth, Izabella Johnson, and Autumn Porter) and Kayla Winn with her Junior People in Agriculture project. These seven students will be advancing to the substates competition. FFA Advisors, Karly Marshman and Brianne Willson, are incredibly proud of all eleven students. Every student stepped outside their comfort zones, put forth their best effort, and represented Camden very well. In addition to competing, Camden students completed community service by helping to pack 10,000 meals for Meals of Hope. Congratulations, FFA members! We are proud of you!