March 2015  
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   Spring Break (Schools & Offices Closed)
   Mar 30 2015
   PTSA Board Meeting
   Apr 06 2015 at 05:30 PM
   Report Cards
   Apr 08 2015
   Fine Arts Night
   Apr 21 2015 at 06:00 PM

Welcome to 

C.E. Williams Middle School For Creative And Scientific Arts

A Message from the Principal

Educator and author, Richard Dufour stated, "The fundamental purpose for school is learning, not teaching."  With that in mind, we are "relentlessly focused on learning."  Our core values are included in the acronym "P.R.I.D.E." which stands for Prepared, Respect, Integrity, Determined, and Engaged.
When a student exhibits these five characteristics, he/she will experience great success in school and in life.

It is our goal to partner with our parents and community members to support every student as they prepare for high school, college, and careers in the 21st century.

We will take every opportunity possible to present our students with new learning experiences that will propel them into a prosperous future so they can make an impact in the world.  With your support, there is no limit for our young mustangs.

Our success is dependent on all of us working together, to accomplish one mission, which is to see every child succeed.


Kevin Smith

It’s a great day to be a Mustang!” 

Bunny and Easter Eggs
Semester Break Dates
A+ grade report
3rd Qtr Report Cards-Wednesday, April 8
peer express at animal shelter
CEW Needs Donations to Charleston Animal Society
CCSD Students, Charlie the River Dog, Mrs. Stanbery, Principal Smith, and CEW Students
CCSD Finalist for Teacher of the Year
ACT Aspire Logo
Standardized Testing Changes This Year
Yearbook Memories
Yearbooks on Sale Now!
cutting out box tops
Save your Coke Rewards & Boxtops!
Pearson logo
CCSD Parent Portal

Honors Placement Rubric                                                                      

Parents, the rubrics for placing students in Honors classes for the upcoming school year are under the Parents page in the tab section labeled "Student Placement Criteria". Each grade level has its own rubric.