• February 3Friday, February 21st and Saturday, February 22nd:    LION KING at the Wynona
  • February 3No School Monday 2/17
  • January 22Ski days 18-20th February

Denver Downs Corn Maze

Josefina Blain, Feature

October 23, 2019

The Denver Downs Corn Maze is in South Carolina. The farm has been owned by the Garrison family since 1869. The theme for this year is, ̈Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Moon Walk!¨ They have a weekly competition for t...

“That’s not fair”

Autumn Purvis, Features

October 14, 2019

Middle school and high school have many differences when it comes to rules, classes, expectations, and daily bells. The rules about phones differ throughout the school district. High schoolers are allowed to have phones out at l...

Hand Dryers and Towel Dispensers

Fina Blain, Feature

October 14, 2019

This year the school has new paper towel dispensers, along with new hand dryers. The hand dryers were made by Bradley Corporation. The towel dispensers were made by Kimberly/Clark. These new models replaced the older ones CMS had...

Send It

Sage Ellsbury, Feature

October 14, 2019

Social media is taking the world by storm, Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook, Twitter, Vsco, Tiktok, etc. . . the media world is rapidly growing.  Snapchat has 301 + million total active monthly users. Four billion Snapchat snaps are...

What Did The Sick Fish Say? Im Feeling a Little Eel

Macey Cranfill, Feature

October 14, 2019

Right now in the USA and  our schools, health for children and teens has become one of the number one concerns. Some of  the worries include mental health (Stress, anxiety, and depression), fitness/nutrition, and just common illnesses that ...

Take a Detour To The Dungeon!

Barrett George, Feature

October 14, 2019

Most people’s first reaction when they get called down to Student Services is, RUN!! That is not what it is all about though. Lots of other things occur in the office besides discipline. Mrs. Farmer says, “We do anything ...

Toilet Talk

Mina Hensley, Features

September 18, 2019

There are three distinct rules about using the restrooms: the ten-ten rule where one cannot leave the classroom the first and last ten minutes of class, raising your hand to leave the class,  and lastly--only four minutes of pa...

Ms. Watkins, now Mrs. Cornell

Mina Hensley, Features

September 18, 2019

Mrs. Stephanie Cornell recently changed from Ms. Watkins.  She is our new resource teacher who married over Labor Day weekend.   She has one daughter, six chickens, two dogs and a hamster. She taught in  Casper before movin...

Moir is back for More

Kash Merritt, Features

September 18, 2019

Mr. Moir has been working at CMS for the past 15 years, as a teacher/coach. He was hired to run the ropes course, and to work in the athletic department. Mr. Moir likes to travel and drive long distances. He has visited most...

Cody Crossfit Teens

Ada Nelson, Features

September 18, 2019

Last 60 seconds... You’ve got this... Push!!  Your body wants to quit, but you are so close! The only reason you’re still going is because you know that your fitness is improving and your getting stronger. Several CMS students ...

Mr. Hoffman

Kaleb Dorale, Features

September 18, 2019

This year Cody Middle School has new faces to add to the team of staff.  One of those new faces is Mr. Hoffman and he is the new child psychologist. Child psychologists assess and treat children and teenagers. They help childr...

Summer Collapsed into Fall

Macey Cranfill, Features

September 18, 2019

Now that summer has come to an end and school is here many students and staff are missing summer and are extremely bummed out. Some students are saying summer 2019 was one for the books and should have never ended. Some students...