2019 8th grade Promotion Ceremony Principal Smith welcoming guests. Additional Pictures:
Ms. Shanatel Fields, 6th Grade teacher, is retiring after 25 years of dedicated service to the Columbus Municipal School District. She will be truly missed at CMS, not only by the staff , but the students as well. We will miss your sweet smile most of all. We wish you all the best Read More »
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The students that showed Growth on the ELA Case 21 Assessment were given a Growth Celebration in the gymnasium. Face painting, indoor/outdoor games, and much more were provided for these outstanding students. CONGRATULATIONS!!!
The Falcon Soar Sea Perch teams competed on March 23rd at the annual SeaPerch Competition at MSU. Each team built a remote controlled underwater robot that two drivers from each team had to maneuver in an underwater obstacle course. While constructing the robot, the students learned engineering concepts, problem solving, teamwork, and technical applications. Read More »
The Black History Month program was put on by the History Department at Columbus School. We wanted our program to be fun and entertaining. The theme for our celebration of Black History was “African American Music: Past and Present”. Each History teacher randomly selected an era related to African American music. Classes then created a musical Read More »
On March 22, the 24 members of Columbus Middle School’s International Junior Thespian Society attended the Mississippi Middle School One-Act Festival in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. They performed the play, “The Legend of Cathy” and participated in Individual Events with Middle-schoolers from all over the state. Olivia Cunningham and Gabrielle Benson received tbe All-Cast Awards for their Read More »
Go Falcons! Eigth Grade ELA Educators are proud to announce this year’s winners of the Cultural Essay Competition, “Choice, Culture, and Community. Students were to research a past or present historical figure and analyze the impact of his or her choices and the influence of choices on the community of the United States. 1st place Read More »
Students will be out for “Spring Break” the week of March 11-15, 2019. School will resume on Monday, March 18th. Be safe and enjoy your week!