More than 65 students gathered at 7 am last Tuesday morning to plan for the first Haunted Hallway event at CEMS since 2016. There was a lot if enthusiasm and creative brainstorming going on for this MSPA sponsored event. More details will follow soon!
1 day ago, Eric Huntington
Planning!
Planning 2!
Graffiti Hallway @ CEMS!! Grade 5-8 art students celebrated the return to school with large multimedia graffiti words and names.
11 days ago, Eric Huntington
Hallway 1
Hallway 2
Hallway 3
Hallway 4
Hallway 5
Hallway 6
Hallway 7
Please join us at the SBAC Public Forum on Sept 20th at 6:30 pm at Town Hall!
15 days ago, Jen Lakari
SBAC Public Forum Poster
On Thursday and Friday this week, the 8th grade teams of Price, Briggs, Hyde and Noreus did some community service work with CELT, clearing some local trails of invasive plant species. Great work 8th grade team!
19 days ago, Eric Huntington
Student digging bittersweet
Clearing trails!
Mr. Mike giving instructions.
Price and Briggs ready!
Listening intently to Mr. Price
Cutting bittersweet
Preparing for the trails
Clearing!
Check out the link below to see Hadley Johnson talk about her upcoming, self-written musical at CEHS. AFTERTHOUGHT is based on a concept developed her Freshman year by Hadley and her classmate and fellow senior, Eliza Green. Hadley has been workshopping and rehearsing since this past January with a cast and crew of over 40 students and professional musicians and artists. AFTERTHOUGHT will be presented Thurs - Sun, 9/28 - 10/1, at the CEHS Auditorium. https://www.newscentermaine.com/article/news/education/high-school-senior-composes-musical-to-be-performed-at-cape-elizabeth-high-school-later-this-month-maine-community-schools-theatre-theater/97-e1b01238-f9c6-446e-b42c-5ac0a4402896
19 days ago, Jen Lakari
CE in white against a gradient maroon background
School District distributes 130 fans to the three schools to help beat the heat!
21 days ago, Jen Lakari
Box Fans stacked in a truck to unload
Come join us next Friday at Ocean House Gallery to celebrate CEMS art teacher Marguerite Lawler's latest work. The gallery is owned by the CEMS parents of 8th graders Edie and Emmett Wood! The event starts @ 5pm - thank you!
26 days ago, Eric Huntington
Ms. Lawler's event - 9/8/23 @ 5pm
Welcome to Cape Elizabeth Middle School 5th Graders! Looking forward to the 23'/24' school year with you!
27 days ago, Eric Huntington
First day assembly for 5th Graders
5th Grade First Day!
5th Grade 1st Day!
Bus routes (https://www.cape.k12.me.us/o/cems/page/hs-ms-bus-stops) have been updated for Middle School and High School. The Parent Resources Page (https://www.cape.k12.me.us/page/parent-resources) has this update and more.
27 days ago, Troy Patterson
Getting ready for the start of school! We can't wait!
27 days ago, Jen Lakari
School playground with new wood chips
School playground getting new wood chips with a bulldozer
School playground getting new wood chips
**4:30PM 8/21/23 update: We believe the issue to be resolved and public access restored.**The district is working to resolve an issue affecting the network connection to the schools. For families, this means a loss of access to PowerSchool.
about 1 month ago, Andrea Fuller
Not to worry - the Fire Department is assisting the Facilities Department identify masonry leaks this morning starting at 9 am Thursday.
about 2 months ago, Jen Lakari
CE logo Red letters outlined in gold with a maroon background
We encourage you to take a moment to fill out this survey to help facilitate the School Building Advisory Committee's work towards school building proposals. It is open to all Cape Residents 18 and older. There is a button linked to the survey on the District webpage. https://portlandresearch.survoxinc.com/portland01/prg/capesbacsurvey/index.php
about 2 months ago, Jen Lakari
CE logo, letters in maroon outlined in gold overlapping each other
The PowerSchool parent portal will reopen on Thur, 7/27 & families may begin to submit annual student info forms. Planned summer projects delayed the portal opening slightly. Thank you for your patience.
2 months ago, Andrea Fuller
cesd logo
The Facilities Department is hard at work! The majority of the floors get stripped and then lay 8 coats of wax/sealer before the start of school.
3 months ago, Jen Lakari
clean floors in a science room
clean floors in the schools
clean floors in the schools
Student Contest Opportunity | Bookmark Theme: School Libraries Are For Everyone All bookmark entries must be submitted to Mrs. Kozaka by Thursday, June 1. Cash prize and certificates. See Mrs. Kozaka for details.
4 months ago, Troy Patterson
Please save the date, register, and come together as a community for an untimed 5K run/walk benefiting Andrew “Sal” Perruzzi. Sal, a CEHS junior and cross country team member, was recently diagnosed with T-cell lymphoma. All proceeds will go directly to the Perruzzi family. This event is student led and organized by the 2023 CEHS cross country team captains and the Class of 2024 student council. The race is set for May 28th at 9:00 a.m. and will start at Cape Elizabeth Middle School, following the same 5k course utilized by the Turkey Trot and Cape Challenge. Race t-shirts will be provided to registered participants. Sal is known for sporting his signature shades while running, so we ask that all participants race in sunglasses. General donations may also be made on the registration site. Come together, cherish each day, do good, Run for Sal!
4 months ago, Jen Lakari
Flyer for Sal's Run/Walk on May 28, 2023
As you may remember, we had two finalists for he 2023 Maine Literary Award!! Please join us in congratulating Sashi Kaufman on her win!
4 months ago, Jen Lakari
Two women stand with their heads together smiling as one holds an award
The Special Olympic team with their entourage traveled to Bonny Eagle for the Cumberland County Track and Field Meet on Friday May 12. Henry Adams, Allison Brooking, Emily Whalen, Maddie Mills and Evan Zack all earned ribbons for the 100m, 50m, shot put and standing long jump. They displayed great sportsmanship and teamwork throughout the event. The entourage did a great job supporting and cheering on the athletes. Thanks to everyone's effort the day was great fun and a huge success. Karen Johnson
5 months ago, Jen Lakari
Cape Students on a podium at the Special Olympics