Jennifer Vetter

CMS Librarian Helps in Morris Awards Judging

Monday, April 13, 2015

Claremont students and library volunteers wondered why Ms. Riemer went to Chicago at the end of January in the middle of back-to-back blizzards. Finishing off a year of work, she was taking part in the final deliberations and awards ceremony for the Morris Award, given by the American Library Association (ALA) to the year's best debut book written for teens.

Claremont School News: Enrollment Soars, Support the Auction

Saturday, October 12, 2013

The secret is out: Exciting things are happening at Claremont Middle School under the leadership of twin principals Reginald and Ronald Richardson. The resulting big bump in enrollment - from a projected 335 to 487 - is causing growing pains for the school, which needed four substitute teachers to cover academic core classes on the first day. Now, three new permanent teachers have been hired to teach math, science, and social studies to 6th and 7th graders, and the principals are working hard to find an English teacher to fill the remaining open position.

Claremont Centennial Celebrates Long Success

Saturday, March 2, 2013

Claremont Middle School is now in its 100th year, something to celebrate! All are invited to come to the party: alumni, members of the community (past, present, and future), Knight athletes, members of the Claremont Band and Orchestra, teachers, staff, and of course the current Claremont students, who are thriving under the leadership of co-principals Ronald and Reginald Richardson.

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