Cedaredge Middle and High School students feel heard. They love Bruin Time, an hour long seminar once a week for high schoolers covering various life topics, and the new business classes.
One kid's persistence is changing lives of others. In December, an eighth grade Cedaredge Middle School student approached Cedaredge Police Department Officer Jake Hernandez.
Standing at 25 feet tall, the Cedaredge Middle School climbing wall is impressive. The plywood-covered steel structure embodies the hard work and dedication not only of those who fundraised to make it possible, but also those who now utilize the wall.
Patrons are invited to Cedaredge Library for a presentation of "Preserve America" with guest speaker Hunter Voss Friday, Oct. 19, at 4 p.m.
Hunter Voss is a seventh grade student at the Cedaredge Middle School who is also a Next Generation Steward through Preserve America.
Learning geology in a classroom and laboratory is key to understanding and teaching Earth systems, but experiencing geology firsthand in the field is a whole different story. Instead of chalkboards on the horizon, wide-open vistas fill your eyes.
Jessie Stillings, a seventh grade student at Cedaredge Middle School, has earned a position on the Colorado National Junior High rodeo team and will be traveling with fellow teammates to Huron, S.D., June 24-30 to compete at the 14th annual National Junior High Finals Rodeo (NJHFR) in barrel racing, pole bending and ribbon roping.
Cedaredge Middle School recently recognized the Breakfast of Champions for the third quarter.
On Monday, district superintendent Caryn Gibson said no suspects have been identified as making the threats at Cedaredge Middle School last week. Law enforcement, district leadership and school administrators have all been working on the case, she added.
On Thursday, Feb. 1, Cedaredge Middle School was put into a "shelter in place" status. That afternoon at around 2 p.m. the Cedaredge Police Department posted the following statement on its Facebook page; the same statement was re-posted on the CMS Facebook page:
Cedaredge High School and Middle School (CHS and CMS) combined to celebrate Veterans Day on Friday, Nov. 10, with an assembly honoring military veterans and their families. The moving and inspirational program included patriotic music and speeches, heartfelt essays, and a stirring video -- all performed by students with assistance from area veterans and teachers and staff.
Competition at the middle school Rocky Mountain Nationals is achieved only after rigorous effort and committment. There are 21 weight classifications in the middle school competition, beginning at 70 pounds and progressing to the heavyweight division.
County middle school students on Friday, Feb. 3, had a chance to explore the many ways their own interests and talents could one day help provide them with a rewarding career.
A career fair held at Cedaredge Middle School brought some 60 local businesses and organizations together with 350 to 400 area middle schoolers for an exciting and entertaining exploration in learning.
During the Jan. 26 meeting of Grand Mesa Post 9221 VFW and Auxiliary, awards were presented to students of Cedaredge Middle School for the Patriot Pen Essay contest and to students of Cedaredge High School for the Voice of Democracy Essay contest.
Cedaredge Middle School music students entertained parents and the public with their talents at the annual holiday concert held at the high school on Thursday, Dec. 8.
The 6th Grade Beginning Band started the evening's program and got the chance to display its new musical talents with a performance that included selections from 14 holiday favorite melodies.
A Cedaredge Middle School program that received funding help from the Arch Coal Foundation has expanded sixth grade students' educational and healthy living lifestyle horizons.
At the same time, Amanda Cerise's "Colorado Lifestyles" elective course has given students practice sharpening their academic skills by tapping into the Internet for specific information on how to plan projects and achieve their own life goals.
The Cedaredge Middle School gifted and talented program fundraised, publicized, and finally constructed a climbing wall in the gymnasium. The school opened this wall to the entire community and created a climbing club for anyone who wishes to take advantage of the athletic and academic benefits.
Cedaredge Middle School hosted its second annual Career Day Jan. 20 for all sixth-eighth grade students. During this event, organized by the Bruin Pride Club, students were given the opportunity to visit with many area community members about their careers and their accomplishments as a professional.
The students in Cedaredge Middle School's gifted and talented department are always hard at work creating projects for the betterment of not only Cedaredge, but all of Delta County. Back in 2011, the GT students designed, promoted, and built a disc golf course that's free and open to everyone interested at any time.
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