About CMS

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Our Mission

The mission of the Cinnaminson School District is to educate our students and to assist their development into self-motivated, multi-faceted, happy and physically fit individuals who are productive, responsible citizens. It is expected that all students will achieve the Core Curriculum Content Standards at all grade levels.

With national and state program standards as a basis,
Cinnaminson students will gain an appreciation of knowledge, a desire to learn, and a respect for themselves and others. In partnership with the family and the community, we will foster achievement and we will model excellence and responsible behavior.

Mr. Frank Goulburn
Assistant Principal:
Mr. Hamm Kolev
Director of Athletics & Activities:
Mr. Charles Liddell
District Anti-Bullying Coordinator:
Dr. Dolores Szymanski

Anti-Bullying Specialist:
Mr. Bill Sinn
HIB Grades 2013-2014 
312 N. Forklanding Road
Cinnaminson, NJ  08077
Phone: 856-786-8012
Fax: 856-786-1860


League Champs!
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Unity Day 2015
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National Spanish Examinations
National Spanish Exam Winners
Congrats to our National Spanish Exam winners, 3rd Place: Jack Rooney
4th Place: Helaina Parejo, Krysta Pestridge, Erin Okomski, Amanda Crow

Students of the Month
Congrats to our April Students of the Month
6th Grade: Ryan Burry, 7th Grade: Grace McCarron, 8th Grade: Caroline Bailey

Faculty Member of the Month
and Faculty Member
of the Month,
Miss Beri

Faculty of the Year

Great Things Happening in Our School
Great Things Happening in Our School

Daily Announcements

Announcements for Friday, May 29, 2015

1. Today is day 4.
2. Students performing for the 5th graders on Monday are reminded to wear your music shirt and jeans. Jazz performers, please remember your instruments.
3. All Jr. Cinnamentors who were unable to attend Wednesday’s meeting should see Ms. Lorenz for the end-of-year packet.
4. Any 8th grade girl still interested in cheerleading at CHS next year can sign-up in the main office. Today is the last day.
5. As the weather gets warmer, students are reminded that we have a dress code and it is expected to be followed.  Student dress must be school appropriate at all times.  Student’s shirts must not expose their midriffs and at no point should underwear or any other undergarment be visible.  Shirt straps must be two finger-widths wide so that undergarments are not visible.  Shorts and skirts must also be at an appropriate length for school as well.  The dress code is printed in page 12 of the student handbook.

Mark Your Calendars

5/28 - District Strings Concert 7:00PM @CHS
5/29 - Fitness Frenzy
6/1 - 5th Grade visit to CMS
6/5 - 8th Grade Dance 7:00PM
6/8 - Academic Awards 7:00PM in the CAFE


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