This weekend, the Creekland Middle School entered teams in the main division and the novice division of the Fifth Annual Wolf War at River Trail Middle School in Johns Creek. The tournament was made-up of 62 teams from all across Metro Atlanta Area. For the day, the novice team remain undefeated with the record of 9-0, hence securing the first place position in their division. The veteran team finished with the record of 8-1 also securing the first place position in their division. On behalf of Eli and I, we would like to congratulate the entire CMS staff and thank everyone for his/her support of our program.
In preparation of our first basketball games, students are encouraged to celebrate Spirit Week. It is great to be a Grizzly!
Thank you Amicalola EMC and The Bright Ideas program for awarding some of our most deserving teachers with grant money to use here at CMS.
The grant money will be use to help with a greenhouse, STEM class materials and to purchase non-fiction science and social studies books.
Congrats to Elizabth Huffaker, Claudia Penland, and Elise White. Thank you for all you do to make CMS a GREAT place.
Creekland Middle School entered two teams in the Georgia Academic Team Association Fall North tournament at Brookwood High School today. Among 24 teams from Metro-Atlanta school systems, our rookie team finished with the record of 5-2, while our veteran team finished 9-0, finishing first place at the tournament, and qualifying another team for the NAQT Nationals in Chicago next May. This is our first win of the year in our only two starts.