Clubs & Activities

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CRMS is committed to helping students develop diverse interests and talents. We offer a number of clubs and activities that are open to all students.

 

Math 24

Teacher: Erin Moore  moore.erin@ccpsstaff.org

This group meets twice each month to play Math 24 and to prepare for a tournament at the end of the year.

 

First LEGO League

Teacher: Rob Honer & Matt Luongo  honer.robert@ccpsstaff.org luongo.matthew@ccpsstaff.org

 

CRMS has two teams that regularly compete in the First LEGO League Robotics challenge. Students in the First LEGO League learn to build and program LEGO Robots, do research, present their research in interesting ways, and work as a team. It's an exciting challenge!

 

National Honor Society

Teacher: Mona Ferris  hlavinkaferris.mona@ccpsstaff.org

 

Students are selected based on GPA, service learning hours, and teacher recommendations. We meet once a month and do activities to support academics and the needs of our community.

 

Art Club

Teacher: Melanie Yater   yater.melanie@ccpsstaff.org

 

Students will complete projects that support and extend middle school art standards.

 

Band

Teacher: Brandon Mast  mast.brandon@ccpsstaff.org

 

The CRMS Band consists of our Wind Ensemble, Concert Band, Marching Band, and Jazz Band. We rehearse regularly during the school day, and after school to prepare for our biannual concerts as well as three local parades, Solo & Ensemble Festival, Junior Band Festival, and Fine Arts Night. Overall the CRMS Band program serves approximately 80 students.

 

Orchestra

Teacher: Alyson Trout  trout.alyson@ccpsstaff.org

 

The Orchestra program at CRMS includes students who play violin, viola, cello, and bass. The CRMS Orchestra meets during the school day, as well as once per week after school. Performances include two concerts per year: the ESODA District Orchestra Festival and the Solo & Ensemble Festival.

 

Concert Choir

Teacher: Alyson Trout  trout.alyson@ccpsstaff.org

 

Concert Choir is open to any student interested in participating in the choral program at CRMS. Concert Choir meets every other day during FOCUS and performs two concerts per year.

 

Festival Choir

Teacher: Alyson Trout  trout.alyson@ccpsstaff.org

 

Festival Choir is an advanced ensemble within the choral program at CRMS. Students are selected by audition at the beginning of the school year. The Festival Choir meets once per week after school, and performs in two concerts per year, community events and programs, and the ESCDA District Choral Festival.

 

Color Guard

Teacher: Alyson Trout  trout.alyson@ccpsstaff.org

 

Color Guard is part of the CRMS Marching Unit and is open to any student interested in participating. The Color Guard performs in three parades during the Fall semester. Rehearsals take place Mondays and Thursdays after school in conjunction with the Marching Band.

 

Compassionate Cougars

Teacher: Carol Gambone  gambone.carol@ccpsstaff.org

 

Compassionate Cougars meets monthly to discuss ways we can make everyone feel welcome at CRMS.

 

Purple Club

Teacher: Meg Ozman  ozman.megan@ccpsstaff.org

 

Our mission is to educate youth about substance abuse prevention and how to support those in the process of recovery. We meet once a month, and will do our best to attend Purple events.  These include select games at CRHS and the screening of "If Only."