Cougar Connection

Wednesday, March 18th, 2015
  • PreK and Kindergarten Annual Dinner Meeting

    After Lower School Assembly on Friday, March 20, we will have a planning meeting for parents for the PreK and Kindergarten Annual Dinner, which is coming up in April.

  • Parent–Teacher Conferences: Grades 6–8

    We will have Middle School parent–teacher conferences on Wednesday and Thursday, March 25 and 26. Students in grades 6 through 8 will dismiss at 12 p.m. Students in PreK through grade 5 will have regular school days.

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    Color Your World — Be an Art Salon Volunteer!

    The art studio has been filled with fun, enthusiasm, and creative energy, and the students are excited to share what they've been creating. Will you help us display their artwork for this year's Art Salon?

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    Only 10 Days Until "Tip–off"

    The spirit of March Madness is upon us, and it's time to prep yourself for the big event — the Annual Benefit Celebration on Saturday, March 28. Bidding for the online auction begins Wednesday, March 25!

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    Babysitting Fundraiser

    Need a babysitter for Saturday, March 28, the night of the Annual Benefit Celebration? We've got you covered. Students in the Upper School Children's Fund Club will provide a night of child care — along with pizza, popcorn, movies, games, and more.

  • Alegría "smile collection" bins are in the classrooms and the Lower and Middle School Office.

    Lenten Service Project

    Our Lenten service project is to support Alegría, a California foundation for the treatment of cleft lip and palate. The organization serves children in impoverished countries who need corrective surgery but lack the financial and medical resources.

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    Easter Vacation

    Dismissal will be after the last class on Wednesday, April 1. Classes will resume on Monday, April 13

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    Mandatory Meeting: Grade 8 Students and Parents

    With only two months until departure, the eighth-graders are counting the days until the Washington, D.C. trip! We will have a mandatory meeting for students and parents on Tuesday, April 14 at 7:00 p.m. in the Assembly Room.

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    Middle School Day of Fun

    Please join the Middle School on an optional day trip to California's Great America on Saturday, April 18. The cost is $35 per student, and sign-up is available in the Lower and Middle School office. We look forward to this day of fun with our students in grades 6, 7, and 8!

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    Honor Roll

    Congratulations to the students in grades 6 through 8 who made the Honor Roll for the second trimester!

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    Middle School Students' Art Featured in Local Exhibit

    The artwork of 14 Middle School students is featured in the 2015 Youth Art Competitive Exhibit in Seaside, and five of the pieces received special honors.

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    Grade 2 Shows Business Savvy

    On March 10, the second-graders hosted an Entrepreneur Fair, where they worked booths for their newly created businesses, spoke with potential clients, and handed out brochures and business cards. Check out the event photos.

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    Catalina's Got Talent

    This year's Middle School Talent Show was spectacular — kudos to all the participants! If you weren't able to see the live performances, watch the video online.

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    Coach's Corner

    Working with children ages 4 through 14 is unique in various respects — especially when it comes to sports and competition. At what age should children begin learning what it means to compete?


Issue: Wednesday, March 18th, 2015