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UPCOMING SCHOOL EVENTS

May 03

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

AP Exams

SCHOOL NEWS

Kindergarten Bedtime Stories 2017

Current and incoming CCS kindergarteners enjoyed hearing fun stories from Principal White and kindergarten teachers at this annual event.

National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) Spring 2017 Projects

National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) members were very busy during the two weeks following Easter, working on projects that offered members an opportunity to serve others. Read more on how this group of CCS students blessed firemen, constables, teachers, and children.

Secondary ACSI Art Festival 2017

CCS submitted 12 middle school and 12 high school works of art in the ACSI Art Festival. Congratulations to secondary art students for bringing home top honors and representing CCS well.

Elementary ACSI Art Festival 2017

CCS submitted 15 pieces of artwork in the competition from students in grades 3-5. Congratulations to student artists for their hard work and for representing CCS well at the festival.

UPCOMING ATHLETICS EVENTS

ATHLETICS NEWS

Varsity Softball 2017 Update

The CCS Lady Warriors varsity softball team is off to great start this season. The Lady Warriors are 6-0 in district play and are vying for a position in play-offs.

High School Spring and Summer Volleyball 2017

A spring player meeting will be held for girls interested in playing volleyball this summer, as well as for girls interested in trying out for the '17-'18 team. Current high school players and eighth graders entering high school in Aug. 2017 are encouraged to attend the meeting on April 12 at 3 p.m. in room M205.

Warriors MS B Baseball Earns Victory over Premier Futures

The middle school B baseball team beat the Premier Futures team with a score of 10-8. The Warriors were strong at the plate, on the field, and on the mound, and stole seven bases during the game. With the game tied at eight and the Warriors battling in the bottom of the fourth, Grayson Beckman homered off of Grant, driving in two runs for the win.