The Stallion Scoop: 3May18

The Stallion Scoop: 3May18
Posted on 05/03/2018
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IN THIS WEEK'S NEWSLETTER:

  • WHAT'S NEW?
  • STALLION SPOTLIGHT
  • PSP NEWS
  • FROM MUSIC 
  • FROM PE
  • FROM THE AP
  • FROM THE PRINCIPAL 
  • NEW FLYERS
  • GIFTED & TALENTED NEWS

WHAT'S NEW @ CTE THIS WEEK?
kickball
Annual Staff vs. Student kickball game.




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STALLION SPOTLIGHTget to know more about our amazing classrooms!
K-4th buddies Mrs. Bruce's Kindies buddy up with Ms. Putman's 4th graders.


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PSP NEWS "Sonshine" Soiree: The second annual mother/son dance is coming up Friday, May 11th from 6:00pm - 8:00pm. Admission is $25/couple and $5/additional child. For that price attendees will receive a flower for each son to give to their mom, a photograph with your son(s), a balloon artist, and a visit from superheroes. Concessions will be available for purchase. Click on the link to RSVP. Games Night: Thank you to Jen Brown & Jill Elia for organizing this fun event for our community last week! They have done this job for several years at CTE and this is their last year. Their efforts are greatly appreciated! Next year we will need some new volunteers to help organize this event. Please contact PSP if you are interested.


FROM THE OFFICE
Lost & Found is really piling up!!! Please visit the CTE lobby and claim any lost items before they are donated to charity.


FROM MUSIC BOBBY ANDERSON (website)

UPCOMING CONCERTS & PROGRAMS at CTE! 5th Grade Tuesday May 8th 6:00pm "The Rockin' 50s & 60's" (students arrive at 540p in the

music room) 6th Grade Tuesday May 15th 6:00pm "CTE Student Music Video Presentation" (students arrive

at (540p in the gym)


FROM PE - MICHELE WHITTINGHAM 
It is time to sign up to volunteer for Field Day! Field Day will be Friday, May 18th for all grades. Activities will be before and after lunch (for all classes except 1/2 day kindergarten). School will not be out for middle and high school on this date so I really need PARENT and GRANDPARENT volunteers! Click HERE to sign up!

FROM THE APROBIN HUNT
NATIONAL BIKE TO SCHOOL DAY - RIDE YOUR BIKE TO SCHOOL ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 9TH, AND RECEIVE A WRISTBAND AND CERTIFICATE. WE ARE SO EXCITED TO SUPPORT THIS NATIONAL DAY!

Here's what's coming!

May 7-11 Teacher Appreciation Week

May 8 StuCo Field Trip, 5th Grade Rock and Roll Concert

May 9 National Bike to School Day!, Film Club, Hexathalon Practice

‚ÄčMay 10 Page to Stage Assembly, Hexathalon Practice

May 11 Hexathalon

May 15 6th Grade Presentation

May 16 Film Club

May 17 STEAM Day

May 18 Field Day

May 23 Student Council, Film Club, EPIC Assembly

May 24 Kindergarten Graduation

May 25 LAST DAY OF SCHOOL!

MAY 26 Happy Summer!


FROM THE PRINCIPALJOSH MILLER
The Principal Chronicles continue ... As I write this on Wednesday, it's raining and not very nice outside and is supposed to be not very nice for the next few days. BOOOO!! I am fully ready to have nice summer weather. Why do I care so much about the weather you ask? Well, I have a few races coming up for which I would love it to be nice. Some of my loyal readers will remember that I try to compete in one race a month and have been doing that for almost two years now. During winter I came up with the stupid idea of doing two separate winter distance series which means I did two races a month through the winter. That, of course, led to me thinking I could do any race in any month (you can see where this is headed). So that brings us to this weekend, my Crossfit gym decided that doing all of the really hard workouts during the week wasn't enough punishment and decided to do a Spartan race. Being highly susceptible to gym peer pressure when it comes to athletic endeavors, I decided to sign up (which is really going to be the most expensive t-shirt I own). Little did I realize that I had already signed up for a race the day before (silly me added to my calendar at 8 PM instead of 8 AM so I didn't think I had anything that weekend). So now I am driving to Larkspur to compete in the Greenland Trail Race (on trails with a slight chance for mud and grossness during the race) and then on Sunday I'll be driving to Colorado Springs to compete in the Spartan Sprint Race (on trails, with obstacles, with a 100% chance for mud and grossness). If that wasn't tough enough, I have another race the following weekend as well. Whoever signed me up for all of these races clearly wasn't thinking. Oh, wait....... That is it for this week, see you next time (assuming I can walk under my own power) when the Principal Chronicles continue ...

NEW FLYERS (
ALL)


GIFTED & TALENTED NEWS
DCAGT [Douglas County Association for the Gifted & Talented]
DCSD Gifted Education News