Articles by: Ted Frisbie and Francie Jacober

One More Week to Sell Caverns Tix!

Dear Parents- We’re gearing up for this LAST week of selling tickets for our fundraiser at the Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park!  Please let us know if you are in need of more tickets, as we have them.  Also, if you have any great ideas for selling more tickets (getting groups together, approaching youth groups, etc.), please pursue them or let us know.  We’re already reaching out to CRMS weekend activities coordinators.  If you have connections […]

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Early Hominids take over 7/8 classroom, Caverns Sales Continue, Walk/Bike to School Oct 4th

. After learning about five different early hominids (homo habilis, erectus, neanderthalis & sapiens), students acted scenes to teach their peers about the special capabilities of each group. We have MORE CAVERNS TICKETS available for kids to take and sell over the weekend.  In addition to the CCS community and your friends & neighbors, please consider other groups & neighborhoods in which to sell.  It would be great to try the high schools, CRMS, professional […]

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Caverns Fund Raiser Sun Sep 30th! Tickets on Sale NOW!

Dear CCS Families- We are very grateful to the Beckleys who have offered again this year to host a 7/8 family day fundraiser at the Glenwood Caverns Tram & Adventure Park again.  Today, each 7/8 student was given six FUNPASS tickets in an envelope to sell for ONLY $25 apiece, which is OVER 50% off the retail price ($54).  Students and families are encouraged to plan a fun day with friends up @ the Caverns on […]

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8th Grade Debates Removal of Confederate Monuments

“There is a difference between remembrance of history and reverence of it.” -Mitch Landrieu, Mayor of New Orleans, who recently ordered the removal of four statues of Confederate Generals. After preparing all week, the 8th grade just completed a heated debate about whether or not monuments to Confederate leaders and soldiers should be removed.  Executive Director Michael Hayes attended and asked some great questions when they’d finished.  Students made some extremely interesting points, including whether […]

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