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CIMS Weekly Update, 12/1/19

posted Dec 1, 2019, 11:06 AM by Ryan Masciotra
CIMS Weekly Update, 12/1/19

Good evening, Corwin International families.  This is Mrs. Masciotra with the weekly update.

We hope that you all had a restful and enjoyable holiday break.  We are looking forward to three busy weeks to end 2nd quarter.

On Monday, there is a boys basketball game against Risley.

On Tuesday, there is an NAL match at Central at 4:45pm.

On Wednesday, InterACT club meets at 4pm and there is a boys basketball game against Pleasantview.  

On Thursday, we will hold our Student of the Month breakfast at 7:30am in the Media Center and it is our monthly jeans day for $1.  All proceeds support student initiatives through PTO.

Friday is the Annual Corwin Travel Club Bookfair and Gift Wrapping at Barnes and Noble from 9am to 9pm. 4th and 5th grade students received a performance schedule on Thursday with the Cheesecake order forms. Mark your calendars for fun and festivities including cookie decorating and make and take crafts. Get some Holiday shopping completed and have our students wrap them for a donation while you enjoy performances by all grades. A percentage of all purchases in the store that day using our special code will go to the Travel Club students. 

For the whole month of December, we will be collecting new and gently used books for the Pueblo Child Advocacy Center.  The PCAC helps children who are suspected victims of abuse.  Please drop books in the collection box outside of the main office.  

This is a last call for any MYP girl who wants to participate in basketball and for any MYP students interested in participating in Wrestling. All clearing paperwork and updated physicals must be turned in by December 16th. There will be an open gym and open mats starting December 17th, with the first official practice when we return from Winter break. Students who do not clear by December 16th will not be allowed to participate.

InterACT Club is collecting donations of new and clean, gently used clothing for Pueblo Kids Crossing which serves youth from our community who are in foster care. Many of the children and teens arrive in the middle of the night with no clothes or jackets to wear and the organizers are especially seeking clothes in the “tweens” sizes.Families may also make donations of gift cards. Our InterACT students will use them to shop for items to accompany the donations which will be taken from now until December 11.

That concludes our announcements.  Have a nice evening.
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