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Congratulations to all of the  7th and 8th grade students who participated in the National History Day competition. We had many outstanding projects!
 
The following projects are going on to compete at the DeKalb County competition at the end of January:
 
Historical Papers
The Atomic Bomb - Owen Thorp
The Salem Witch Trials - Elise Hearn
Use of the Atomic Bomb - Evelyn Entrekin
 
Historical Performances
Sammy Kite
Kayla Gurbaxani
 
Historical Exhibits
Panama Canal - Jake Potthoff, Eric Xu, Daniel Mata
Tylenol Murders - Francesca Jepson, Gabe Guerrero
Lost Boys - Mary Emma Coates
Alexander Hamilton - Hannah Rainge
Fox Theater - Emilia Lowe-Pedersen
Titanic - Margaret McNally, Grayson Rodemsky
Spanish Flu - Sydney Lewis, Ava Siegel, Brooke Robinson
Nazi Art Plunder - Savannah O'Neil
Pearl Harbor - Spoorthi Satish, Sonia Peters
Berlin Wall -  
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Posted Monday, December 10, 2018
 
Congratulations to the following students who were selected as Bulldog Scientsists in the CMS Science Fair!
 
Lydia Traynelis & Annayan Zhai - How Does Artificial Light Affect the Memory of Crayfish
Sophie Li - Words vs. Shapes
Eshal Siddiqui & Hannah Stewart - What Type of Light Makes the Pupil Contract the Most
Robert Watts - Ion Thrusters
Tobias Russell - Video Games & Manual Dexterity
Nora Anason - What is the Fastest Way to Cool a Soda
Alison Myers-Beck - If you Kill Off Staphylococcus in Bean Beatles, What is the Effect?
Eli Glaser & Micah Burton - Now You See Me, Now You Don't: The Magic of Stealth Technology
Grace Nichols - Rocket Design: The Finishing Touch
Chase Dagley - Manual Dexterity on Ice
Rachel Dressler & Deeksha Khanna - Fingerprints: Inherited or Random
Krishna Srivatsa - Microbial Fuel Cell
Sydney Grove - Aromatherapy: Can Certain Smells Improve Your Grades?
Brandon Leonard - Can You See Radioactive Particles?
Savannah Russell - Great White Sharks: Why Would We Want to Protect Them and How Can We Help?
 
Alternates:
James Adhiambo & Joshua Griffith - How Much Energy Does Dribbling Take?
Massimo Cutillo - How Greasy Are Your Potato Chips?
Elana Cates & Arielle Harper - Electricity Runs Through What?
Jacob Gero - Which EV3 Navigates a Course Best?
Jhountan Grantling - The Difference Between Mechanical Advantage & Inertia
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Posted Monday, December 10, 2018
 
Parents of current 8th graders can download a copy of the Rising 9th Grade (2019-2020) Course Advisement Form for Chamblee High School by clicking on the link below:
 
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Posted Thursday, November 15, 2018
 

Congratulations to the Chamblee Middle School Academic Quiz Team for their outstanding performances this semester. They won the DeKalb County competition on Saturday, December 1, and will go on to compete in the PAGE Regional competition on Saturday, December 8. They also took 1st place finish (out of 42 teams) at the Collins Hill tournament on Saturday, November 10. They went an undefeated 10-0 playing against some of the best middle school teams in northern Georgia. We are so very proud of these students for their exceptional performance and for the way in which they have represented Chamblee Middle School! 
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Posted Monday, November 12, 2018
 
Congratulations to the following students who were selected by the teachers on their team as the Character Students of the Month for September. Each month, we highlight a different character trait. The trait for September was "self control". 
 
6A - Mary Tipton Carter
6B - Emma Mandujano-Herrera
7A - Eliner Lopez
7B - Jeremiah Fryar-Herrera
7C - Matthew Coates
8A - Mahema Jahan
8B - Arielle Harper
8C - Kaitlyn Miller 
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Posted Tuesday, October 23, 2018
  
 
Thank you so much to everyone who purchased books or other items at the Scholastic Book Fair. The onsite Book Fair is over but there is still an opportunity to buy books from the online Scholastic Book Fair that runs until November 7. A larger selection of books is available through the online Book Fair including picture books, young adult books and some books for adults. Books (or other items) purchased through the online Book Fair will be delivered to students at school. The online Book Fair can be accessed at the following link: 
 
 
All purchases from the online Book Fair benefit the school. **
 
  
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Posted Tuesday, October 16, 2018
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