Flower Basket Delivery
Flower Baskets will be ready for pick up tomorrow, May 10th from 2:00 - 4:00 and Friday the 11th from 8:00 - 4:00. We do need to have an office staff member with you so we can keep records of who has picked up and who hasn't, so if one of us is not out there when you come, please head into the office and we would love to help you!Fun Night
Fun Night is this Friday, May 11! We will have two age groups:
Grades K-4 will be from 3:15 - 5:00. Preschool can come if a parent comes with them. Activities will include - bounce house, lego room, doll and stuffed animal room/fashion show, prize walk & snacks.
Grades 5-10 will be from 6:30 - 8:30. Activities will include - glow in the dark capture the flag, lounge, open gym, ripstik & snacks. Cost is $2.00 if permission slips are returned today, May 9th. The cost after that will be $5.00The NED Show
The NED Show will be at CCS on Tuesday, May 15! The NED show is a character education program that centers around three important messages that have life long relevance:
NEVER GIVE UP
DO YOUR BEST
During the assembly, students will learn about NED's three messages while also enjoying storytelling, magic, humor and yo-yo tricks.
Yo-Yo's will be available to purchase for the rest of the week after the show, with prices of $8.00, $10.00 & $15.00.Spring Showcase and Culture Fair
Thursday, May 17 from 6:30-8:00 is our annual Spring Showcase and Culture Fair. We will have artwork displayed and our 5th Grade will be presenting their Culture Fair presentations.
If you know of anyone that may be interested in attending CCS, please invite them to come look around the school during this time and talk to our teachers!Financial Assistance Applications
Financial Assistance applications are due May 18 and they take a couple weeks to complete so if you plan to apply please do so right away. If you have any questions about registration, please feel free to contact the school office.Touch a Truck
On May 22, from 11:00 - 1:00 we will be having an event at the school called "Touch a Truck"! The city of Centralia will be bringing various trucks and tractors to the school for the kids to enjoy. They can get right up to the trucks and run around, climb on, sit in and even honk the horns! Siblings are welcome to come during that time as long as a parent is with them!Spiritual Fitness Day
On Wednesday, May 23, grades 1-8 will travel to the Claquato Cemetery in Adna for a year-end service project. Students will lead a short memorial Day Program with a color guard and recitations. Then teams of students will disperse to clean headstones in an older section of the cemetery that receives few visitors. Look for permission slips in your family envelope today.Box Top Deadline
Deadline to turn in Box Tops to be entered into our end of the year drawing is Thursday, May 31st! Make sure your child's name is on them!Materials Fee Balance
In order to receive the discounted materials fee rate, please pay your materials fee balance before June 1st. Look for balance statements in your family envelope today.Teacher Favorites
This week is Teacher Appreciation week and that reminded us that as it gets closer to the end of the school year, we want to remind our parents that we have a "My Favorite Things" notebook in the office that might help if you are wanting to purchase any gifts for teachers.CCS Summer Math Camp
Ancient Numeration Systems!
Explore the history of numbers from the Roman, Arabian and Chinese cultures. A great opportunity to develop your child's number sense!
Open to all incoming 4th - 8th grade students. Look for all the information in your family envelope today!Look in your Family Envelope for:
- Materials Fee Balance
- NED Information
- Spiritual Fitness Day Permission Form
- Math Camp Information
7-11 Swimming for 3rd-4th Graders
7-11 Scooter City in PE
10 Kindergarten Dairy Days
11 Fun Night
14 Dyslexia Book Club 6:30-7:30
15 The NED Yo-Yo Show
15 9/10th Grades to Railroad Museum
16 DC Dogs
16 4th Grade to Pioneer Farms
16 Preschool Muffins w/mom
17 Spring Showcase/Culture Fair
18 Financial Applications Due
21 1st Grade to Zoo
22 Touch a Truck 11:00 - 1:00
23 Spiritual Fitness Day
24 Kindergarten Train Ride 9:00AM
24 3rd Grade to Mt. St. Helens
25 Staff Day - No School
28 Memorial Day - No School
29 2nd Grade to Mossyrock Dam
29 Chehalis Ballet here 8:30-9:30
30 Preschool Donuts with dad 8:30-9:30
30 4th Grade Pen Pal Picnic
1 Timberland Regional Library here
5 4th Grade to History Museum
6 DC Dogs
7 Passport Year End Challenge
7 Preschool to Riverside Park
7 Last Day of P3
8 Kindergarten AM & PM to teachers house
8 Last Day of P5
8 School Picnic @ Borst Park
11 4th Grade to Colonial Residence
12 4th Grade Family Talent Show
13 Kindergarten Program
13 8th Grade Graduation
14 Kindergarten Olympics
14 Awards Assembly
14 Last Day of School - 11:30 Dismissal
10 Upper Grade Chapel
15 NED Show Chapel
17 Mrs. Stout Story
23 Spiritual Fitness Chapel
25 4th Grade Testimonies/Worship
29 Dr. Seuss by SW Washington Dance Center
7 8th Grade Chapel
13 Graduation ChapelCommunity Events
Bible Study Fellowship
Bible Study Fellowship (BSF) will begin offering an evening class for women next fall here at CCS. BSF is an in-depth interdenominational Bible study that helps people know God and equips them to effectively serve the Church throughout the world. They will be meeting every Thursday evening from 6:30-7:30pm at CCS. Lectures will be sent via Email.
An informational meeting allowing women to register for next fall's study of People of the Promised Land will be hosted at CCS tomorrow, May 10 at 6:30pm. The class format and lessons will be the same as all BSF classes in the world. The lectures for this class will be sent via Email.
There is no cost to participate. We have more information in the office or contact Mindy Schwarz (360) 789-1962 or Judy Parks (360) 623-0194. You can also visit our website at www.bsfinternational.org.Children's Market
Welcome to: Historic Downtown Centralia's first ever Children's Market.
A call for young entrepreneurs ages 6 to 16!
We are looking for kids who create. Knitting, crochet, jewelry, baked goods, woodworking, gardening of produce, flowers and plants, and other one of a kind works. Market will take place on one of the busiest weekends in July at Antiquefest, July 28.
We are also looking for young people who play instruments as they will add a festive feel to the market.
There will be an informative workshop on Friday, May 11 at 5:30 pm at the Shady Lady, 216 N. Tower Ave.
Other questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.orgWSU Summer Reading Skills Programs
Individualized programs include engaging online instruction, independent reading in great books, and a skilled and encouraging teacher.
Programs from 4 years old to 12th grade.
For more information stop by the office or call 1-800-903-0942