It’s back to school for hundreds of 6th-, 7th-, and 8th- graders at nearby Centennial Campus Magnet Middle School (CCMMS). The MSA Class of 2015, continuing a student tradition, sought to lend a helping hand to our Centennial Campus neighbors by holding a charitable drive to donate school supplies—from pencils and notebooks to backpacks to USB data storage devices—everything schoolchildren need to be productive, but cannot always afford on a tight family budget. Many thanks to all of the MSA student volunteers who gave generously of their time in the collection effort, and our sincere gratitude to everyone who made a donation!
TOP: MSA student volunteers (front row from left) Amanda, Jordan, Maureen, Natalia, and Brianna (back row) Patrick, Jimmy, Andrés, John, Khang, and Ashok—and some of the donated supplies.
BOTTOM: Centennial Campus Middle School
CCMMS is a STEM-based middle school with close connections to the university. Here’s a fun interactive science project entitled “The States of Matter” acted out by 6th-graders at the start of classes in August: