CMS Travel Field Hockey

Our field hockey team is the only middle school in the high school/college bracket. Though you may not know it, Central Middle School has a Travel Field Hockey team. The team is made up the best “A” team players going to Dover High. This group of girls plays against high school and college teams.  …

Teachers bringing guns to school?!

  Would you feel safer if teachers brought guns to school? In some places teachers are allowed to bring guns to school. For example in Texas and Oklahoma staff and teachers are allowed to bring in their own guns, but they must be legal. Here’s an example of a teacher bringing a gun to school…

New Cell Phone Rule

  CMS has a new rule that allows students to use their cell phones. The school uses a traffic light system; the auditorium, bathrooms, and most of time in the classroom are in the red zone, meaning no phones here. Next is the yellow zone. This is for in the classroom when students can have…

Schools starting too early?

“Early to bed, early to rise makes a man healthy, wealth and wise,” said Ben Franklin. But does this adage apply to teens? Research found that later sleep and wake patterns among adolescents are biologically determined; the natural tendency for teenagers is to stay up late at night and wake up later in the morning.…

In A Galaxy Far, Far Away… the Force Awakened

The movie Star Wars the Force Awakens it was a thrilling and action packed, with actors and actresses that weren’t too overly dramatic with their acting. In the previous Star Wars was Luke Skywalker trying to defeat Darth Vader; in this Star Wars it’s a new generation for Jedis and the galaxy. Thirty years after…

CMS Winter Sports 2015

Are you bored after school, with nothing to do? Maybe you should go and support our CMS’s winter sports. We have girls and boys basketball, cheerleading, and wrestling. Most of them have started practicing in November, and these players are equipped and ready to win.   Boys Basketball- Mr. Poole, who has been a coach for…

A Runaway Blimp!

A high-tech U.S. military blimp designed to detect a missile attack came loose on Wednesday, October 28. and wreaked havoc as it floated from Maryland into Pennsylvania while dragging more than a mile of cable and knocking out power to thousands of residents. Pentagon officials said they were unsure why the 242-foot-long, $2.8 billion Army…