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 »
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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 »
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!
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Falcon Soar–Motivational Speakers Cpl. Emmitt Johnson, Jr. originally from Crawford, MS. Currently attending MSU in pursuit of Master of Public Policy. He serves as MSU Crime Prevention Specialist and Security Assessment Specialist – Police Officer at MS State University. Topics covered: Why be an Officer? Don’t talk the opinions of others.; Judge for yourself. Encouraged Read More »
Congratulations–Way To Go!!! CMS Students wore pjs if they grew at least 1 level on Case 21 Assessment. Students went to a dance for no discipline referrals. Student Council served concessions.
CMS Family Engineering Night was a kick-off event for Project Falcon Soar hosted by MSU Bagley College of Engineering. There were many fun STEM activities for students and parents such as: transportation activities—boats , cars, rockets and more. Also, demonstration on Seaperch Underwater Robotics.