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There is still time to purchase a yearbook for $33.00. You can go online (www.jostensyearbooks.com) or bring cash/check to Mrs. Hawes (room 124 and 113). Checks must have phone number and student name on them. Deadline to get your name on the yearbook is 10/30/ Price will go up on 10/31. to $35.
By: Zachary Sheriff
Parent Academy is a very fun event that happens three times a year at CCI. At the first Parent Academy this year, over 500 CCI students and parents made elephant toothpaste for extra credit in science. They also did activities that got them extra credit in math and social studies. Students also received a free dress pass for attending.
7th Grader Avery Flake said, “The elephant toothpaste was very cool.” She didn’t find the experiment challenging, but she still had fun. 8th Grader Schuyler Flake said, “My favorite part of the night was when the experiment exploded, which was what made it awesome.”
6th Graders Jacobi Erickson and Jacob Reeder chose to experience what Parent Academy was all about for the first time. It also inspired them to like science more. They also liked the sweet cheesy pizza. Thank you Mr. Herd and Dominos!
Stay tuned for news from the next parent Academy.
By: Kameron Compton
Another year of school means another year of Robotics, and with lots of people interested means lots of fun.
Every new group of kids means a new and interesting robot, varying in size style and function. Christian Diaz said this year, “We are building a robot that can grab and throw objects.” Randy Huynh said, “We are in the prototype stage of building our robot.”
If you are wondering if it is too late to join Robotics then let Everett Cunningham tell you. He says, “Anyone can join. The meetings are Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.” Christian Diaz said, “Everyone is accepted and is always welcome to join.”
If you want to be a part of the fun then go to Mr. Moreno’s room. Meetings are after school on the dates listed.
September Top Cats
By: Mason Field
Top Cats are students who have courage, leadership, attitude, scholastic and service. These students stand out from the rest for their good deeds and accomplishments. If you are a Top Cat, Journalism will take your picture and post it on the board for everyone to see.
The sixth grade Top Cats are Charlton Muller and Lucas Ferraro. The sixth graders are new to the Top Cat thing. The Sixth grade Top Cats were nominated by teachers. Mrs. Inge said, “I nominated Lucas because of his good deeds. There was a quiet child who was running for student council and Lucas helped him by getting signatures. In the future I see him being successful and an awesome Dad one day.” Charlton is also an outstanding Top Cat. Charlton said, “I was surprised when they said my name on the announcements. I worked very hard this month and I knew the teachers believed in me.”
The seventh grade Top Cats are Arrington Linder and Jackson Brown. Arrington said, “This is my first time being Top Cat and I was excited when I found out.” The Seventh Graders worked hard too and had help from their teachers to keep up their grades.
Eighth grade Top Cats are Olivia Heintschel and Christian Pratt. This is the last year the Eighth graders can be Top Cats so they plan on working hard to be a Top Cat. Olivia said, “I was surprised when they said my name on the announcements and I am glad my teachers pushed me and supported me.”
Will you be a Top Cat next?