Posted Date: 11/29/2021
Mrs. Haenggi’s 7th grade accelerated math group was put to the challenge. The Pringles Ringle is an engineering challenge in which students create a ring using only Pringles chips, no tape or glue . . .
Posted Date: 11/21/2022
Eighth graders in Ms. Kaylor’s and Mrs. Biebighauser’s classes learned all about and got to dissect a chicken wing. They learned about the skin, fat and muscles of a chicken. They learned how a . . .
Posted Date: 11/22/2021
ACMS would liketo congratulate these outstanding music students. They completed an audition process and were accepted into the John Philip Sousa Honor Band. The band consists of students all . . .
Posted Date: 11/19/2021
Eight graders in Mrs. Fogle’s and Mrs. Gunzelman’s classes got to review transversal types of angles in the pod playing "Dance, Dance Transversal" (the mathy version of "Dance, Dance Revolution). . . .
Posted Date: 11/11/2021
ACMS would like to thank all our Veterans! Today ACMS honored our Veterans with our annual Veterans Day Asembly. Thank you to all of our staff and to PAWS for making this a memorable day and . . .
Posted Date: 11/01/2021
These are various pictures of students doing “Tim Burton inspired self portraits” for . . .
Posted Date: 10/29/2021
Today 6th grade social studies students mummified hotdogs! Thank you to the parents that helped with supplies! We can’t wait to see how our mummies change over the next several . . .
Posted Date: 10/25/2021
The students and staff got to enjoy a beautiful day outside on Friday, October 22nd, celebrating ACMS reaching their $35,000 fundraising goal. They got to celebrate by enjoying some Kona . . .
Posted Date: 10/12/2021
Mr. Griffis’ engineering classes worked on building a Mars Rover (an egg) and the capsule. They took their capsules with the egg inside and headed out to the Jaguar Stadium. They needed to find . . .
Posted Date: 10/04/2021
Students in Mr. Naccarato's Spanish classes and Mr. Barton's art classes create decorations for "El Día de los Muertos" (the Day of the Dead) to be used for the book . . .