CMS partners with local agencies to provide programs for students and the challenges they face.
Strengthening Families Program
This is a fun and engaging program that allows students and families to build on their personal/family skills during the middle school years. The program runs one time per school year, usually in the winter months. It is a great opportunity to spend time together while you enjoy a FREE catered dinner and FREE child care for children under 10 years of age. The program runs once a week for 7 weeks!!
Students meet individually and/or in small groups to work on personal goals with The Center for Humanistic Change Mentor. The program also includes classroom lessons and school presentations.
Student Assistance Program (SAP)
Students, staff and/or parents may make referrals due to any barrier interfering with a student's success. Please click HERE for more information regarding the Student Assistance Program.
Student Focus Groups
Each year groups are facilitated at CMS based on students' interests/needs.
Students Taking Active Roles (STARs) ClubSTARs(Students Taking Active Roles) is a peer-to-peer education, prevention, and activism organization dedicated to preventing destructive decisions, particularly underage drinking, other drug use, risky and impaired driving, teen violence, and suicide. STARs club members promote healthy lifestyles, positive choices, and the safety of the entire community. Members deliver education and prevention messages to their peers through school-and-community wide activities and campaigns.
Students meet with CMS staff from 2:25 PM-3:00 PM in the CMS Libray Classroom to get organized before they leave school for the day.
For more information about any of these programs and opportunities, please contact us.