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April 19
Yearbooks on Sale!

CCS yearbooks are now available to order. Order forms/envelopes are being sent 
home today (Tuesday, Apr. 18). It is also possible to order online.  Please see 
information on the order envelope. The cost is $20 and cheques are to be made out 
to Lifetouch Canada NOT to the school.  Deadline for orders and money is May 1.

Any questions can be directed to Mrs. Hitchcock. 

April 03
Spring Seeds Fundraiser

The CCS Student Council is pleased to announce our latest fundraiser: The Spring Seeds Fundraiser. It is a program that is both good for the planet and brings enjoyment to the people who purchase the items. Plus, our school will get 50% of the money raised!!! We are selling seed packets, bulbs and even strawberries!! There are flowers, vegetables and herbs. The company, Vesey’s Bulbs, from P.E.I., uses only Canada #1 certified seeds. They stand behind their products 100% guaranteed satisfaction. Our start date was March 28th. All students have brought home a brochure, a money-collection envelope and an order form. All orders and money MUST be in by Tuesday, April 11 . Cheques are payable to Centreville Community School. Extra order forms are available from Mrs. Hitchcock.

March 02
STEAM Expo

This message is for students interested in participating in the STEAM Expo Day on March 18, 2017 at the Nashwaaksis Middle School. Students may pick up registration information between 8:00 a.m. and 9:15 a.m.  An Event Schedule is attached.

STEAM Event Schedule 2017.pdfSTEAM Event Schedule 2017.pdf

March 01
Meduxnekeag Showcase

In the following document you will find materials to assist you in preparation for the 2017 Meduxnekeag Environmental Showcase. These materials have been developed as a result of discussions with teachers and administrators. The documents are as follows:

-Meduxnekeag Environmental Showcasetimeline

-Preparing for the school Meduxnekeag Environmental Showcase

-Curriculum guidance document for the 2017Meduxnekeag Environmental Showcase

-Showcase marking rubric

-Judges checklist

-Letter to parents/guardians explaining the showcase and project expectations

-Schedule for the Grand Finale Showcase

This showcase has grown in scope and outreach since the beginning, thanks in large part to your continued involvement and support. This year we have developed more material than ever before to further enhance this important learning opportunity for the students (parents and teachers too!).
 

2017 Meduxnekeag Environmental Showcase teacher package PDF.pdf2017 Meduxnekeag Environmental Showcase teacher package PDF.pdf

February 28
Important Message From Drama Club

3-5 Drama Club parents: if anyone has any of the props on the list that was sent home (and is on the school website), please bring/send them in to Mrs. Hitchcock as soon as possible.  We want to see what is left to get for props and costumes.  

Any Music Fest choir permission slips need to be sent in to Mrs. Hitchcock before this Friday, March 3. 
 
February 28
CCS Elementary Drama Club needs  your help!

We have started working on our newest play, Silver's Secret, and we are looking for some specific items for our props and costumes.  Anyone who can help us out by lending us any of these items, please either send them in with your child to be given to Mrs. Hitchcock, or call the school and leave a messages for her. Thank you very much for your help in this matter.

 Props updated Mar. 13.docxProps updated Mar. 13.docx

***Revised March 13th, 2017

 

February 20
Health Note - National Nutrition Month 2017

March is Nutrition Month and in honor of this, your local Horizon Public Health Dietitians along with Dietitians of Canada are helping to support Canadians in taking the fight out of food. The slogan for the 2017 campaign is Take the fight out of food! Spot the problem. Get the facts. Seek Support.

Eating should be joyful, not a source of everyday frustration and confusion. Try this three-step approach:
 
1. Spot the problem. Define what’s causing your fight with food first.
2. Get the facts. Use facts from credible sources to decide what needs to be done to solve the problem.
3. Seek support. Put the plan into action with support from a dietitian, family and friends.
 
Check out www.NutritionMonth2017.ca to find all the resources. If you are looking for free apps to get you started, check out the “Get the Apps” link on this website. These apps are a convenient way to access dietitian expertise any time.
 
 
February 17
Plastic Bag Grab is back again for 2017!

To promote ”environmental  friendly action “ the CCS Me to WE student club will be accepting used plastic bags to be recycled and taken out of landfills. Participants are encouraged to collect the plastic bags in their home and bring them along. This will start the CCS campaign to collect and recycle plastic bags until Earth Day.

http://plasticbaggrab.com/

Plastic Bag Grap Challenge.PNG

February 17
Science Night with Science East

Science East and CCS present "hands on" learning for the entire community.​ Come join the fun Thursday February 23, 2017 from 6:00-7:30.

Night of Environmental Science Poster.pdfNight of Environmental Science Poster.pdf

February 01
CCS 3-5 Drama Club members and parents
Revised: Feb. 22nd
 
The winner of the 3-5 Drama Club Spring basket is Natalie Lyon.  Congratulations, Natalie and thanks for supporting our Drama Club. 
 
The 3-5 Drama Club is selling tickets on a Spring Basket. There is something for everyone, children and adults.  The cost is $1 for each ticket or a book of 6 for $5. All proceeds will go to costs for Drama Festival in April. Tickets can be purchased from any 3-5 Drama Club member or at the office.  The winning ticket will be drawn on Friday, Feb. 17.  Thank you for your support. 
 
 
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