Archive for January, 2017

SKI DAY!!!!

SKI DAY!!!!

Hello K Families!                                                     January 31, 2017     Ski day is fast approaching. Here is what I know so far.   We will meet at CCS at 8:10 outside in the parking lot to load gear and get on the bus, unless you confirm with me that you and your child are meeting us at the mountain. Kids should be fully dressed with ski boots and helmet, and ready to go. The bus departs…

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Pennies for Patients a Success!

Pennies for Patients a Success!

Student Advisory Council representatives Ethan Wilson, Perry Suarez, Jacey Read and Abby Campos went to the bank today to count all the coins and bills raised in our Pennies for Patients fundraiser. Total: $1,043.05! SAC had set a goal of $500, so students doubled the amount! A check will be mailed to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Rocky Mountain Chapter. Thanks for your participation!

Ski-a-thon Fundraiser Information

7th & 8th Grade Learning Center Carbondale Community School P.O. Box 365 Carbondale, Colorado 81623 970-963-9647 January 19, 2017   Dear 5th – 8th Grade Parents,   Our 16th Annual Ski-a-thon is coming up! The Ski-a-thon is a ski/snowboard “race” at Buttermilk Ski Area on Tiehack, in Aspen, involving 5th – 8th Graders at Carbondale Community School. It serves as a major fundraiser for the 8th Grade Spring Trip, as well as 7th Grade Outdoor Ed…

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Ski Day, Hoedown, Call for Cardboard

 All School Ski Day is this Friday! We’ll be leaving right away in the morning, so please have your child here on time. We will be back for 3:00 dismissal. Things your child will need- – $5 for El Tioga, or a sack lunch. (If they’re having El Tioga, it would be great if they could pay ahead of time, any time this week.) -Appropriate clothing, including a helmet (this is mandatory) and goggles. -4th graders can…

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Drafting Opinion Paragraph TONIGHT

Dear 7th/8th Parents- As we begin focusing this month on persuasive & expository writing, students will be having mini-lessons on various elements of this type of essay (e.g. using quotes as evidence, introductions, conclusions, etc.).  We began today with paragraphs, and read an opinion article about Colin Kaepernick’s kneeling during the National Anthem. All students have the assignment of drafting a 6-7 sentence paragraph in which they take a strong opinion on ANY topic (as…

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