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Farm to Table Volunteers Needed – Wednesday, September 19th and Thursday, September 20th

The Farm to Table Dinner is our biggest fundraiser and it takes a lot of volunteers to have a successful event. If you are available to help in any of these areas, please contact the school office or Jaime Sundsmo at or 608-963-9889.

Wednesday – tables need to be taken to Leatherberry Acres.

Thursday – need a crew to help clean up after the event and someone to help return tables to the school.

Farm to Table Dinner Fundraiser – Thursday, September 20th

Have you gotten your tickets yet? Our biggest fundraiser is just 3 days away. A fall Farm to Table Inspired Dinner will be held at Leatherberry Acres and will include a locally sourced harvest dinner, as well as live and silent auctions. Many items will be from local artisans and CCS students. Tickets are now available for purchase online, over the phone (608-448-2191), or in person for $100 each, or a table of six for $500. Use the family discount code ccsfam to get up to two tickets for $75 each.

See You At The Pole – Wednesday, September 26th

See You At The Pole (SYATP) is an annual gathering of thousands of Christian students at the flagpoles in front of their local schools for prayer, scripture-reading, and worship during the early morning before school starts. Students in Baraboo are welcome to gather at the high school or middle school flagpole at 7:00 am for prayer. A SYATP Rally will be held in the evening at the Baraboo High School from 6:30 to 8:30 with music from the Youth Worship Team. In addition, three local youth pastors will be speaking. Everyone is welcome to join any and all events. That morning, CCS will gather for morning assembly around our own flagpole at 8:10; parents are welcome to join us.

Half Day Service Project – Friday, September 28th

Each year CCS gives back to the community by performing various service projects; our first is Friday, September 28th. School will be dismissed at 12:30 pm (after lunch) and bus service will be provided to the high school bus lane. More information about the service project will be in next week’s newsletter.

Picture Day – Monday, October 1st

School pictures will be taken during the morning of Monday, October 1st. Forms to pre-order packets are in today’s take home folders. Packets may also be ordered online at Use Picture Day ID FS148354Q0. Previews of pictures will not be available until photos and orders have been processed and shipped to CCS (about three weeks).

Board Nominations – Due October 1st

CCS has four positions to fill on the Board of Directors. Nomination forms are available in the school office and completed forms are due by Monday, October 1st. Presentation of board candidates will be held during the October PTO meeting and the election will then be held during the November PTO meeting.

CCS Craft & Vendor Fair – Saturday, November 3 (9:00 to 3:00)

Do you craft or know someone who does? CCS is looking for “crafty” persons to set up a booth during our 6th Annual Craft & Vendor Fair. For more information please contact the school office.

Volunteer Opportunity – Lunchroom/Recess Supervision.

With increased enrollment comes increased need for assistance. If you are interested in getting to know our new students or to get reacquainted with returning students, we’ve got just the right fit for you. CCS is looking for a few Superheroes to help monitor the lunchroom and/or outdoor recess during lunch time each day. There is a special need for extra helping hands every Friday. If you have any questions or would like to volunteer, please contact the school office: 608-448-2191.

Looking Ahead

9/20 – Farm to Table Fundraiser

9/28 – Half Day of School – 12:30 dismissal

10/1 – Picture Day

10/1 – Midterm Progress Reports Released

10/11 thru 10/12 – No School – Teacher Conference

10/19 – Kindergarten Field Trip

11/1 – End of 1st Quarter

11/2 – No School – Teacher Work Day

11/3 – CCS Craft & Vendor Fair

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