CMS students recognized for STEAM camp

Published 8:06 am Thursday, August 23, 2018

Cumberland Middle School (CMS) students who attended the STEAM Health Science Lab Camp were recognized at the Aug. 13 meeting of the Cumberland School Board. The STEAM (which stands for science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics) Camp was a public-private partnership that provided students with the opportunity for summer enrichment. Students engaged in hands-on project-based learning in various areas related to health, anatomy, ecology, nutrition, physiology and the environment. Students attending from CMS included Austin Gills, Cadence Hatcher, Jakayla Minter, Steven Mullins, Ashton Rice, Jaden Rice and Natalie Sullivan. Pictured are the students who attended the school board meeting to receive their certificates of recognition are pictured, from left, Rice, Mullins and Rice.

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