Service-Learning provides students with the opportunity to experience volunteering for our community. It is a method of teaching and learning that challenges students to implement solutions to real needs in their school or community as part of their curriculum.
You do not need to go outside CMS to receive this credit. However, volunteering outside school is still encouraged for admittance into the National Junior Honor Society and for future college applications.
Examples of past Service-Learning projects:
- 6th Grade – Planting Native Plants (Mrs. Dana Fellows)
- 7th Grade – Get in the Scrap (Mr. Thomas Hayman)
- 8th Grade – Hospice Support (Mrs. Renia Gray)
For forms and additional information, please visit the Service-Learning page on the QACPS primary site.
Each CMS student is assigned a Chromebook to help facilitate their learning. Chromebooks and other digital tools that support education are managed by the QACPS Instructional Technology Department. Additional information is available in the Forms & Resources section of the main QACPS site.
“Knowledge is of two kinds.We know a subject ourselves, or we know where we can find
information upon it.” – Samuel Johnson
The Media Center is an important tool for students to conduct research and expand their knowledge – or find a great book to read! Please explore the links below to find helpful resources available through the Media Center:
Centreville Middle School Card Catalog
Queen Anne’s County Free Library
Meet Ms. Sanger, Media Specialist