Middle School Principal’s Letter
Thank you for taking the time to read this week’s version of the News and Views. It was a week for us to focus on the student’s social and emotional well-being.
We had an ERD day on Monday, and we took the half-day to offer an array of sessions that reflected student’s requests/needs. Some of the sessions offered were; My Body Rocks, 7 Habits of Teen Leaders, Student superpowers, Relaxing through Art, Functional Fitness, All Day Wellbeing, Shifting My Mindset, and Happiness Hacks. It was a fun day for students to learn about themselves and practice Positive Health which is one of the domain topics of Positive Education.
One of the major themes of the Wellbeing Day is how much anxiety our students are struggling with. The students shared that they are stressed out about assessments and presentations. Although it is good to be nervous, we don’t want students to be stressed. We ask that you remind your child that their test score does not represent who they are as a person. All we can expect from them is that they do their best.
The grade six advisory have completed their fundraiser for the African Hope School. They managed to raise (30000LE) so far. In the coming weeks, volunteers will be going shopping to purchase supplies for the AHS.
Here is a sample of how our students are practicing the core value of creativity. The artwork below was made from plaster, not actual paper. The frames were made with scraps of wood from the design technology classroom.
Thank you for your continuous support of the middle school.
The Middle School Principal
Moving on from CAC before the winter break?
Please use the link below to let us know if you are withdrawing from CAC this semester so that we can prepare records in time for your departure. (please note that this semester’s middle school report cards will not be available until January 13th, 2022)
A few days before your departure, a withdrawal form that includes several signatures must also be completed in order to clear any outstanding obligations, and turned in to the Admission/Registrar‘s Office to release records.
CAC Winter Concert Series 2021
(Orchestra / Band / Choir)
December 2nd, 5th, 7th, 9th
Audience members must be CAC ID Card holders
Pre-registration is required!
Check this LINK for more information.
PTO Book Fair
HOLIDAY CHEER: we would love to see as many CAC family members come by our MINI Book Fair and Holiday Market on the 8th and 9th of December starting 2: 30 pm till 5 :30 pm.
We have some special events planned and you will have the chance to browse some books, find a present for a loved one from our Charity Crafts vendors and grab a bite or a Christmas cookie. The PTO team will be there so stop by for a little chat and some Holiday cheer 🎄❤️
TOGETHER WE CAN!
Bring NEW TOYS & WINTER ClOTHING ACCESSORIES for the children at Abu Al Reesh Public Hospital – (Dec.5 – Dec13)
In the RED Donation Boxes by the front gate & the ES Office – Our Goal is 500 Packages!
For more details about the hospital and the toys & accessories criteria, please click here
If you have any questions, please contact;
CAC PTO: email@example.com
Service-Learning Coordinator(Ms. Ereeny) – firstname.lastname@example.org
CAC Fathers Group + The World Needs A Father Event
Congratulations, Chickaro Martin, on a successful launch of CAC Fathers Group!
If dads want to join the next CAC Fathers Group + TWNAF event, email Chickaro@gmail.com or WhatsApp +20 1226543702. More information is coming soon.
CAC DEI Committee
GSS Appreciation Thank you!
Thank you CAC Community on behalf of our General Services Staff
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Winter Pool Schedule/ Community Hours
Dear community members,
Starting December 1st the CAC Pool will change operating hours.
Early morning conditioning: Sunday/Tuesday/Thursday from 5:00 AM-7:00 AM.
Open Swim: Sun/Mon/Wed/Thursday will be from 5:30 PM-8:00 PM.
Open Swim: Tuesday from 5:00 PM-8:00 PM.
Weekends and Holidays:
Friday from 1:00 PM- 7:00 PM,
Saturday from 12:00 AM-7:00 PM.
Sip & Paint
December 5 2021
Our alumni continue to make us proud all over the world. Learn a little about a different alumnus every week and what he/she has been up to since graduation by
From The MS/HS Library
The Battle of the Books Practice Round is approaching! Check out the Battle of the Books Libguide! It has links to practice questions and more to prepare for December 14th/15th!
Please make sure you return BOB books as soon as you are finished so others can read! Most books are checked out, but we have just added a few more copies on Sora!
Stay tuned to the morning announcements for more BOB information.
You now have access to 390 Magazines on Sora!
The MHS Library is excited to announce that we all now have access to 390 free magazines on Sora App! These can be read on your phone, tablet, or computer anywhere you go. Each issue has unlimited simultaneous downloads so there’s no waiting necessary. They can also be downloaded to read offline as you travel for Christmas break. There are also thousands of audio and e-books still available on Sora as well.
To access these, download the Sora App on your device or go to soraapp.com and login with your CAC Single Sign-on account. Contact me at email@example.com if you need help navigating Sora.
The MHS Library is for parents too!
Parents, please feel free to visit the MHS library just before and just after school to come check out books Sunday-Thursday. If you would like to spend more time in the library, please visit us on Saturdays from 10am to 2pm. Parents are able to check out up to 10 items from our print collection at a time. We have books and magazines available for you to check out in the library and also online!
MS Activities & Sports
This is the last week of MS Basketball. The last practices are on December 8th and 9th. The dates for the next sports season will be announced soon.
Note: There are no ASAs next week, December 12-16. You will meet again with your activity after Winter Break.
Check out the MS Athletics and Activities Website for more info. See Ms. Ennis in the library if you have any questions.
Three Cheers to all teachers for offering a session during our Wellbeing Day.
Three Cheers to Ms. Salama, a parent and wellbeing practitioner, for offering two sessions on All Day Wellbeing.
Three Cheers to the custodial staff for supporting the high school’s move to the new building.
Three Cheers to Mr. Staley, Ms. Deakin, Ms. Urbiztondo, Ms. Spencer, and Mr. Johnson for leading our Well-being Wednesday activities.