Dr. Maria Montessori was an advocate for the “outdoor classroom” and emphasized children connecting with nature. Learning outside of the classroom is part of the CMCS curriculum. We not only organize numerous field trips throughout the year, but also support students when their passionate pursuit of understanding leads him or
CMCS students can now access DISCUS, a free on-line resource provided to all SC public schools, libraries, and universities. Thank you SC State Library for providing this awesome resource! You can log on from school or from home using a user name and password that can be obtained from the
Did you know that our friends in the Georgetown County Public Libraries offer FREE digital books to the citizens of Georgetown County? It’s called OVERDRIVE and all you need is your library card! (You DO have one, don’t you???) If you don’t remember your PIN, you’ll need that, too. Just
Thanks to a partnership with Coastal Carolina University (CCU), several sixth-grade CMCS scholars will compete in the 2015 Montessori Model United Nations (MMUN) Conference in New York City, March 25 – 28th. This is the second year of what CMCS hopes to make an anchor activity that supports the Montessori philosophy of fostering global citizenship on a sustainable planet.
CMCS is proud to have our Upper Elementary scholars participate in The First Tee program that builds character and citizenship, instills life-enhancing values, and promotes healthy choices through the game of golf. There are nine core values of the First Tee Program: Honesty Integrity Sportsmanship Respect Confidence Responsibility Perseverance Courtesy
Wow! What a fantastic day for the CMCS community last Sunday. The 1st Annual Beach Blast was – A BLAST!! It was obvious by all the smiling, laughing and cheering that everyone had a wonderful time! It would be impossible to individually thank everyone who helped make this day a