CMMS remembers 9/11


In preparation for 9/11 remembrance activities this Monday, Clinton-Massie Middle School students created human letters forming U.S.A. on the football field. Students wearing red, white or blue shirts formed the patriotic display along with the teachers and staff. Superintendent Matt Baker met with the students to discuss the significance of the attacks on 9/11 prior to the formation on the football field. Baker said that there were additional activities planned in the school district on Monday.

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In preparation for 9/11 remembrance activities this Monday, Clinton-Massie Middle School students created human letters forming U.S.A. on the football field. Students wearing red, white or blue shirts formed the patriotic display along with the teachers and staff. Superintendent Matt Baker met with the students to discuss the significance of the attacks on 9/11 prior to the formation on the football field. Baker said that there were additional activities planned in the school district on Monday.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/09/web1_2017-CMMS-9-11-USA-on-football-field-2.jpgIn preparation for 9/11 remembrance activities this Monday, Clinton-Massie Middle School students created human letters forming U.S.A. on the football field. Students wearing red, white or blue shirts formed the patriotic display along with the teachers and staff. Superintendent Matt Baker met with the students to discuss the significance of the attacks on 9/11 prior to the formation on the football field. Baker said that there were additional activities planned in the school district on Monday. Dann Sternsher | Clinton-Massie Schools