Monthly Archives: March 2019

CP Spring Talent Show

March 28, 2019
It's Talent Show time again! Students can get started planning their acts and their outfits in time for auditions the weeks of April 15 and 22. Students will be notified by May 2 of their involvement, and the big day will be Friday, May 10, 1:45 PM. Applications are available in each classroom.
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CP Culver's Nights: April 8 and 23

March 28, 2019
Central Park has scheduled two Culver's Nights in April. Please join us Monday, April 8, 5:00-8:00 PM and Tuesday, April 23, 5:00-8:00 PM at Little Canada Culver's, 2880 Rice Street. CP receives 10% of all dine-in, carry-out and drive-thru orders. Bring yourself or your family for these fun (and tasty!) evenings, and please tell your friends! April 8 proceeds benefit the 6th grade field trip fund and April 23 proceeds benefit Student Leadership Council. 
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AP Exams

March 27, 2019

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MCA Math and Reading Tests

March 27, 2019
MCA Testing
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Notice about April 2 ACT Test at FAHS

March 27, 2019
Only those FAHS juniors and seniors who have registered to take the ACT test on Tuesday, April 2, 2019, should report to school on that day.
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Fifth grade students participated in an unplugged coding lesson.

March 22, 2019
Fifth grade students participated in an unplugged coding lesson.
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Little Canada had our "Celebration of Learning" followed by a student Variety Show.

March 22, 2019
Little Canada had our "Celebration of Learning" followed by a student Variety Show.
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LC Ms. Castro Franco's 3/4 classroom is learning about persuasive writing and persuasive advertisements. 

March 21, 2019
Ms. Castro Franco's 3/4 classroom is learning about persuasive writing and persuasive advertisements.   
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Family Fun Night!

March 20, 2019
Family Fun Night is Friday, March 29 from 5:30-8:30pm! We need volunteers - please sign up HERE!
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LC Read a Thon fundraiser

March 18, 2019
LC students participated in a PTA fundraiser Read a Thon. To celebrate the classrooms and students who read the most books we had an assembly. Check out our principal, Mr. Bogenholm getting a pie in his face.
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