Third Quarter Honor Roll
Congratulations to the following students for their outstanding third quarter academic achievement:
Career Day – Thursday, April 7th
Mrs. Diers’ 3-5 class has been invited to attend Career Day at the UW-Sauk County Campus. The students have selected their top three career choices they would like to learn more about and will have the opportunity to meet with local adults serving in these fields. Permissions slips for this field trip are in today’s take home folder. Please complete and return no later than Wednesday, April 6th.
30-Hour Famine – April 15th – 16th
Mrs. Hawkins’s middle school students will be participating in a 30-Hour Famine at the school beginning at 3:30 p.m. Friday, April 15th and ending around 2:00 p.m. Saturday, April 16th. The focus of this year’s event is to bring awareness to the refugee plight around the world, and to show how we as Christians can bring hope to those displaced by war. As part of this event, students perform a service project with a local organization. This year students will be doing cleanup and yard work for one of the local VFW Posts.
State Forensic Festival – Saturday, April 16th
CCS has two high school students who have advanced to the state level of competition in Forensics. Esther Considine and Sam Plautz will be presenting their pieces in Madison on the morning of Saturday, April 16th. If you would like to show your support, contact Mrs. Biffert for details: email@example.com
The CCS Chess Club has become a favorite Monday after school activity. Several students take advantage of this opportunity to learn and hone their skills. The club is supervised by Mr. Considine, but could use some parental help as well. The club will continue to meet on Mondays from 3:00 to 4:00. However, as we enter spring planting season, Mr. Considine may not always be available to meet for club. Parents will receive an email if club will be cancelled for the week.
DQ Display Window Winners!
Congratulations to the middle school students on winning an ice cream cake from DQ Grill & Chill for their Easter window display. They received the most votes while the display was up at the local restaurant.
Looking to fulfill your volunteer hours requirement? Here are a few ways you can help CCS:
Yard Signs – we can use some help placing CCS yard signs around the area.
Lunch & Recess – helpers are needed and always appreciated.
Kitchen – if you like to organize and clean, this job is for you! The kitchen could use some good cleaning and organization to make it more user friendly.
Chess Club – parent volunteers are needed to help supervise. The club meets Monday afternoons from 3:00 to 4:00. Contact Mr. Considine if you are able to help: firstname.lastname@example.org
Last Day of School – June 7th
If there are no more unexpected cancellations, the last day of school will be Tuesday, June 7th as originally scheduled. Last day for 4K will be June 2nd.
4/7 – Career Day Field Trip (3rd thru 5th)
4/9 – Board of Directors Retreat
4/15 thru 4/16 – Middle School 30 Hour Famine
4/16 – High School State Forensics Festival
4/18 – Parent Committee Meeting, 6:30 pm
4/22 – Cave of the Mounds (1st thru 8th)
4/29 – Half Day
5/5 – National Day of Prayer
5/13 thru 5/15 – 8th Grade Class Trip
5/30 – No School – Memorial Day
6/2 – Last Day of 4K
6/7 – Last Day of School
6/2 – K & 8th Grade Graduation
6/9 – High School Graduation