Sunday, July 12, 2020

6th Grade Camp – CMS Appreciates Community Support

Coronado Middle School sixth graders will be attending the annual San Diego County Outdoor Education Camp at Camp Cuyamaca from December 2, 2019 to December 6, 2019. This exciting and educational week-long program provides our students with a variety of hands-on, real life activities and experiences in the Cuyamaca Mountains under the supervision of CMS teachers and the San Diego Outdoor School Camp staff.

The fee for each child to attend this memorable experience is $350. While many of our children’s families are able to provide this fee, for some it presents a significant hardship. If you are interested in helping out, we encourage you to be a part of our “Adopt a Camper” program. Interested individuals or companies are invited to make a donation of any amount. Please make checks payable to Coronado Middle School and drop them off or mail to 550 F Avenue Coronado, CA  92118. We truly appreciate the support of our community members who continue to make a difference in the lives of our students!

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If you would like more information about the San Diego County Outdoor Education Camp (, please feel free to call our school secretary, Dollyanne Hutchins at Coronado Middle School (619-522-8921, ext. 3097).

On behalf of the CMS Tritons, we thank you for your support of this once in a lifetime educational experience for our sixth graders.


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Karin Mellina, M. Ed.


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