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Usborne Book Fair – Through Tuesday, November 13th

Parents are invited to continue shopping online at www.hopewithbooks.com

(select Shop, then Community Christian School) through Tuesday, November 13th. Books make great gifts and the school receives 50% of all purchases in Usborne credits.
PTO Meeting – Tuesday, November 13th (3:15 pm)

Among other PTO business, the election of new members for the Board of Directors will take place during the meeting. Absentee ballots are available in the school office until the meeting. Each family receives one ballot. New PTO Scrip order forms were sent home last week. Orders along with payment are due November 14th.

Picture Retake Day – Thursday, November 15th

If for any reason you are not satisfied with your school pictures, contact the office and a spot will be reserved for your student on Picture Retake Day. Pictures will be taken first thing Thursday morning, November 15th.

Veteran’s Day Program – Thursday, November 15th – 6:30 pm

CCS students along with their teachers have prepared a special program to honor our American Heroes: Military, Police, Fire and EMS personnel – active and retired.

Where: Living Hope Church, Baraboo

Time: Students arrive by 6:15 pm /Program begins at 6:30 pm.

Student Attire: Red, white or blue uniform top and khaki pants/skirt.

Students and teachers will travel via bus to practice at the church that morning. Permission slips are in today’s Family Folder. Please complete and return forms with the Family Folder by this Wednesday, November 7th.

2018 Parent Survey

Please carefully and honestly provide answers for the 2018 Parent Survey (find link in the newsletter email). Your input will be used to help us improve the school, and your feedback is anonymous. We ask that each family please submit only one survey response.

2018-19 Quarter One Honor Roll

Congratulations to the following students that made first quarter honor roll:

Benjamin Cook

Cole Sundsmo

Arykah Martin

Christopher Cook

Hallie Kepple

Caleb Considine

Ruth Davidson

Clara Gunderson

Grace Gunderson

Jasmine Hawkins

Bethany Heller

Ashlynn O’Connell

Samuel Plautz

Forensics

Each year CCS has several middle and high school students who participate in Forensics. The goal of Forensics is to enhance communication skills through participation in theatre, debate and speech activities. CCS is in need of volunteers to become certified to judge speech competitions (five events maximum in February, March, and April) through the Wisconsin High School Forensics Association. Schools can only participate if they provide judges for the competitions. Certification requires a couple of hours of online/in-person training. Please contact Micheleen Cook for more details: cook.micheleen@gmail.com/608-434-1918.

Junior High Boys Basketball

The CCS Junior High Boys Basketball team is looking for boys to sign up for this upcoming season. Boys in grades 5th to 8th grade at CCS or homeschooled can sign up for the team by clicking here. Practice will start on November 29th after school. Games run through December and January, with most games and practices on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Games will be played against area private schools and Madison homeschool teams.

December 7th – Half Day (dismissing at 12:30)

The lunch menu mistakenly listed Friday, December 7th as a work day for teachers. This is a half-day for students and a service project day. Staff and students will go caroling at local nursing homes, the hospital and downtown Baraboo businesses. Permission slips will be sent at a later date.

Looking Ahead

11/13 – PTO Meeting (3:15)

11/13 – Usborne Book Fair ends

11/15 – Picture Retake Day

11/15 – Veteran’s Day Program (6:30)

11/21 thru 11/23 – No School Thanksgiving Break
11/29 – Yearbook Meeting
12/7 – Half Day – Christmas Caroling
12/10 – Midterm Progress Reports Released
12/13 – Board Meeting
12/18 – PTO Meeting (6:30)
12/24/18 thru 1/4/19 – No School Christmas Break
1/7/19 – School resumes

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