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CCHS Underclassmen Awards Luncheon CCHS Underclassmen Awards Luncheon CCHS Underclassmen Awards Luncheon Sophomore: Jordan Doublin,
Freshman: Kannon Bowles,
Junior: Zachary Dowdy,
Freshman: Carleigh O'Neill,
Sophomore: Malachia Hogancamp Katie Richardson accepting certificate for All-District Soccer Team Mason Underwood with the All-District Soccer Team
Not Pictured: Katie Richardson and Zayvion Hall Mason Underwood accepting certificate for All-District Soccer Team CCMS 8th graders at Holiday World and Splashin Safari - 5-11-18 CCMS 8th Grade Trip to Holiday World and Splashin' Safari - 5/11/18 Class of 2018 pose for a picture before the Senior Walk on Friday afternoon, May 11th. CCHS students and faculty meet Interim Commissioner of Education, Dr. Wayne D. Lewis Jr., on site visit Friday May 11th. CCHS students and faculty listen to Interim Commissioner of Education, Dr. Wayne D. Lewis Jr., on site visit Friday May 11th. CCHS students and faculty listen to Interim Commissioner of Education, Dr. Wayne D. Lewis Jr., on site visit Friday May 11th. CCMS Poetry Alive Assembly on 4/12/18 CCMS Poetry Alive Assembly on 4/12/18  CCMS Poetry Alive Assembly on 4/12/18 CCMS Poetry Alive Assembly on 4/12/18 CCMS FCC helps with Kids Against Hunger - 4/13/18 CCMS FCC helps with Kids Against Hunger - 4/13/18 CCMS FCC helps with Kids Against Hunger - 4/13/18 CCMS FCC helps with Kids Against Hunger - 4/13/18 CCMS FCC helps with Kids Against Hunger - 4/13/18 Apple on books CCHS March Students of the Month
From left to right
Freshman, Cody Doublin;
Sophomore, Zach Toon;
Junior, Ian Fry;
Senior, Chayton Brown
 CCHS Homecoming King Michael Thomason and Queen Alana Coffey! CCHS Girls Homecoming Court CCHS Boys Homecoming Court CCMS is #MarshallStrong! CCMS: Two academic team members headed to state competition after placing at Regionals! 
Albert Terry: 4th in social studies and 5th in math.  Callie Carver: 2nd in writing composition 
CCHS is #MarshallStrong CCHS December Students of the Month
Freshman -Mallory Wilson,
Sophomore - Tyler Copeland,
Junior - Chris Groves,
Senior - Emily Newsome
Academic Team at Districts CCHS Girls Basketball Players Selected for the  All A All Tournament Team!!  Congrats ladies!

L->R: Molly Henderson, Landry Crider, Alana Coffey 7th Grade at Murray State to see Rikki-Tikki-Tavi production - Oct 2017 High School November Students of the Month 

from right to left:
Senior, Anna Grace Terry
Junior, Mylinda Turner
Sophomore, Taylor Owens
Freshman, Lane Williams
High School Bucket Drummers
Christmas Program - 12/18/17
Middle School and High School Choir 
Christmas Program - 12/18/17
CCHS Baseball supports their teammate! Michael Thomason signs to play baseball with Rend Lake College in Ina, IL. Michael Thomason signs to play baseball with Rend Lake College in Ina, IL. Michael Thomason signs to play baseball with Rend Lake College in Ina, IL. Michael Thomason signs to play baseball with Rend Lake College in Ina, IL. Seniors being silly after decorating for Christmas! Seniors decorating the high school commons area for Christmas! CCMS - 2017 KPREP Distinguished Breakfast CCMS - 2017 KPREP Distinguished Breakfast CCHS October Students of the Month
Right to Left:
Freshman - Whitney Alexander
Sophomore - Logan Storey
Junior - Alex Chandler
Senior - Destinee Turnbow
2017 Veteran's Day Program 2017 Veteran's Day Program - Choir Performance Winners of Student Council Volleyball Tourney to raise money for Juvenile Diabetes Research! SENIORS 2018!! CCHS Volleyball All-District Team

L to R: Michelle Moore, Maddie Martin, Kaitlyn Draper
CCHS Volleyball - First District Runners Up CCHS September Students of the Month 

Freshmen - Clayton Latham
Sophomore -  Clint Draper
Junior - Kaitlyn Draper
Senior - Maredith DeRousse
CCHS Volleyball Dig for a Cure - 10/10/17 CCHS Volleyball Dig for a Cure - 10/10/17 NEWS RELEASE   October, 2017

Fourteen local students have been selected to participate in The Duke University Talent Identification Program’s 37th  Annual 7th Grade Talent Search.  Students must be in the 7th grade and live in or attend school within Duke TIP’s 16-state Talent Search region to participate.  They must also have scored at the 95th percentile or higher on an acceptable subtest of a grade-level achievement or approved state criterion-referenced test taken in the 5th or 6th grades.

Students earning this distinction from Carlisle County Middle School are Jarren Bruer, Makenzie Davis, Ally Dietsch, Rorey Eddlemon, Chyenne Geveden, Karlie Gibson, Eric Hayden, Lisa Hubbard, Dylan Jewell, Malley Natividad, Ella Pearson, Albert Terry, Hadley Thompson and Charlize Wright.  According to Gifted and Talented teacher, Brenda Mahan, these students will be invited to take the SAT or ACT test during this school year, and along with the honor of earning this distinction, will receive information on innovative programs and resources for high achieving students.

Pictured Front row:  Malley Natividad, Charlize Wright, Rorey Eddlemon, Jarren Bruer, Albert Terry, Karlie Gibson, Makenzie Davis
Second row:  Chyenne Geveden, Ally Dietsch, Ella Pearson, Dylan Jewell, Eric Hayden, Hadley Thompson, Lisa Hubbard
CCHS Volleyball Senior Night FFA Land Judging Team
1st Place in Region!  Congrats!! FFA Racer Roundup CCHS August Students of the Month
(Left to Right)
Lauren Mantle, Freshman
Tori Benson, Sophomore
Logan Wentworth, Junior
Anna Carrico, Senior
On-site Murray State Admissions Seniors discuss Admissions with Murray State representative! 6th grade GT students working in Lego Robotics Kindergarteners Practicing Wearing Solar Eclipse Glasses Kindergarteners Practicing Wearing Solar Eclipse Glasses

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CCMS 2018 School Supply List

CCMS 2018 School Supply List

 

Necessary supplies

2 inch or larger 3-ring binder

pencils

This can be a trapper keeper, a basic sturdy binder, and any color and/or style of your choice.  It must be at least 2 inches deep and hold 3-hole punched materials.

The school will provide the necessary organizational materials to go into the binder including 6 folders, loose-leaf paper, a pencil pouch, 1 pad of sticky notes, and 1 highlighter.

 

Optional supplies

Additional pencils

Additional loose-leaf paper

Ink pens

Markers/colored pencils

Glue sticks

Scissors

TI 34II Multiview Calculator

 

 

Supplies for Comet Cash ($10 each)

(These are to be turned into the office.)

Tissues

CCMS Summer Reading Program
CCMS had some student poems read on WKMS!!

http://wkms.org/post/ky-arts-council-featured-artist-visits-sounds-good-honor-national-poetry-month

The poetry minutes for National Poetry Month this year come from the 6th grade class of Carlisle County Middle School in Bardwell, KY. The Kentucky Arts Council partnered with the Kentucky Historical Society and centered the theme around Kentucky's history of voting. The student poets were inspired by a specific work of art, "County Election 1852" by George Caleb Bingham. Perspectives from the painting range from the voters, the buildings, and a dog included in frame. 
            Constance Alexander, a prolific poet and advocate for the arts, visited Sounds Good to discuss the KY Art Council's poetry minutes in honor of National Poetry Month. She recites several selections from Carlisle Middle School entries, and also discusses upcoming celebratory events, including a poetry reading at the Calloway County Public Library on April 23rd at 6 p.m. 

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