What subjects have you taught? K-8 english,special education,counseling What are three things you have on your desk right now? Diet Pepsi, candy (for students), paperwork What is one teaching supply you can’t live without? Post-it notes
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About Emily Magnuson
Ms. Magnuson grew up in Columbia, graduating from Hickman High School in 1998. She earned a bachelors degree in Spanish and International Studies from Iowa State University. After teaching high school Spanish for five years in Texas, she moved back to Mid-Missouri and has taught at CBMS since 2012. Ms. Magnuson enjoys traveling, reading, cooking, and spending time with her family and friends. Ms. Magnuson currently teaches 8th grade Spanish, sponsors Yearbook, and co-sponsors Honors Club.
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By: Bailee Farrens Bullying. It can happen everywhere. Even within the walls of your own school. At school, many kids that are bullied don’t know what to do or even how to do it. Bullying is something that has been going on for a long time but there are still some things that […]
Did you know that by 2022 the Titanic 2 will set sail, following the original route.
Top 5 favorite video games played by 7th graders 5. NBA 2K19 4. Minecraft 3. Call of Duty 2. Madden 19 1. Fortnite
By: Claire Brinkman and Ava Lawrence We visited Kindness Club to interview Drew Brown and Hope Goodman. They both said that they really like their club because they do a lot of fun activities. One of their favorite activities was the sticky note parade. In Drew’s exact words, “In my club right […]
Upcoming Events 1/21 MLK Jr. Day – No SCHOOL! 2/7 First home Quiz Bowl meet 2/14 Valentine’s Day Dance 2/18 Presidents Day -No SCHOOL!
By: Nora Jimmerson and Jaylyn Woods For sixth graders, middle school at CBMS is new. New teachers, new classmates, new friends, and an entirely new school. There are lots of new struggles that come with this new school. Some of these struggles include the transition being hard, new locations for new classes, and […]
For the last few weeks 8th grade Spanish students have been learning about the Day of the Dead in class. El Dia de los Muertos is celebrated on November 1st and 2nd and is similar to Memorial Day, just much more elaborate. Students had the choice of creating an ofrenda (an altar that is traditionally […]
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