Presentation on theme: "Cross Country Elementary Middle School #247 Where The WORK Makes the Difference."— Presentation transcript:
Cross Country Elementary Middle School #247 Where The WORK Makes the Difference
African American History Month Programming Dr. Carter G. Woodson
Black History Month Art Projects
Black History Month Art Projects & Students Rehearsing
Black History Door Decorating Contest
Mr. and Mrs. John Billy, grand parents of scholars Davaughn and Chantelle Billy, speak with our students about Civil Rights and marriage in Maryland in the 1950s.
21 st Century Sweetheart Dance
National Academic League CCEM NAL Team 7-3 season and won the first round on the tournament against Empowerment Academy
Students hard at work in Science!
Cross Countrys Award Winning Robotics Team Robofire Coached by Cross Country Teacher Adriana Olds Team members include ten 5 th grade students: Maya Pulliam, Sheree Clarke, Jawan Taylor, Aliyah Abid, Monica Greene, Isaiah Roberts, Alexis Trinidad, Devon Truesdale, Kaylah Clemons, Taniya White Students competed in three major areas: Innovative Solution, Robot Programming, and Core Values
Robotics 1 st Place Core Values Victory
Middle School Robotics coached by Mrs. Gay Tipgos A championship alliance of teams from Poly, Western, and Cross-Country won the Baltimore City Invitational this Saturday. Congratulations! Trophies for Tournament Champion and Build Award at Baltimore City Invitational VEX Robotics Tournament
Cross Country Eagles Robotics Team Qualifying for upcoming US National Robotics Tournament!!!!!!!
Students making a Marine Robot. 8 th Grade Gateway To Technology Class
The Band Winslow Dynasty Performs for Students
Cross Country Eagles
Credits These were just a few of the activities held in honor of Black History Month. And a sampling of the academic achievements of our tremendous students at Cross Country Elementary Middle School. Thank you from the staff, faculty, students, families, Black History Month Committee, and administration.