|February 23, 2017|
Thank you for taking the time to read this week’s News and Views. With this being the last week of the trimester, students were busy with summative assessments.
Following this week, we will issue Trimester Two Report Cards on Tuesday, March 7th. We will also be hosting Parent/Teacher Conferences on Tuesday, March 14th and Wednesday, March 15th during the afternoon. Next week, parents should expect an email with information and instructions for booking conferences with teachers. Booking will take place online, so we ask you to please be on the lookout for this email.
Thanks to all the parents who came out to enjoy the Drama Showcase on Tuesday night. It was an evening filled with improvising, comedy, and acting foundations students from trimester two. With over 30 energetic and talented students transitioning in and out of improv and scripted dialogue that was well orchestrated. The Improv is a realistic portrayal of the plight of someone we may all know, by a person who can think quickly on their feet. Sometimes, it can be funny, and sometimes it can be dramatic. It’s rewarding. It’s demanding. It’s the price of happiness. Our comedians were funny, no matter the topic there’s always a reason to crack a grin from your seat, when you come for these comedy performances.
On Wednesday we had the elimination round of Battle of the Books. All four houses were represented, and the atmosphere was electric. We are now down to the final round which will take place next week Wednesday morning, March 1st, during advisory.
We also celebrated World Language Day with students having a potluck lunch followed by an open-mic event. The celebration was well attended, and students had an opportunity to perform songs in the language they are currently studying. Once again our students made us proud with the talent and courage they display on stage.
|News & Announcements|
Mark Your Calendars for:
Join us on March 2nd from 3:30pm - 7:00 pm for an evening of basketball games, dance team performance, face painting, and popcorn.
MS Drama Showcase
Battle of the Books - Round 2
MS World Languages Day
Lost and Found
Part of educating students at CAC is encouraging independence through increasing responsible behaviors. We constantly encourage students to label their items so that they are easily identified and returned back to the owner. It is also important that students know what to do when they lose any of their items.
Here is what we advise students to do when they report a lost item:
1- Look everywhere (lost & found table/class/playground/inside backpacks/home ,etc,...)
In order to support our students and community members with the above process, we created the below Lost and Found link to help us track of lost and found items.
From the PTO
ES CAF and the Integration and Welcome Committee
For those of you who don't know her, Vanessa Moar is a yoga teacher - RYT 200 and a registered physiotherapist - McGill University from Canada. Her family has just moved to Egypt a few months ago after living in Kenya and various parts of Canada. Her passion for yoga has grown steadily over the past 20 years as she noticed how much it helped her and her patients stay limber, more relaxed, breath better and recover quicker from minor and major injuries.
Movie Most Likely to Succeed Documentary Viewing
Sponsored by the PTO and the Superintendent
International Festival Ticket Sales
International Festival Friday March 17th 3-6pm
Single Admission 50le - 4 and below free admission
Food sample card 100le (sold before and during festival)
Single Admission with 2 food sample cards 175le
Family Package 500le 4 Admissions with 6 food sample cards
Value Package 275le 2 Admissions with 3 food sample cards
Raffle Tickets 20 le/per ticket (sold before and during festival)
Next PTO Meeting is March 7th, 1:30 PM , 2nd Floor Admin Building, Room 626A.
This Week's Soaring Eagle Award Winners
Three Cheers to Mr. Johnson and Mr. Orion and our Drama students for all their hard work throughout the trimester.