The Stallion Scoop: 24May18

The Stallion Scoop: 24May18
Posted on 05/24/2018
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IN THIS WEEK'S NEWSLETTER:

  • WHAT'S NEW?
  • STALLION SPOTLIGHT
  • PSP NEWS
  • FREE SUMMER LUNCH PROGRAM
  • SUMMER READING PROGRAM
  • FROM THE AP
  • FROM THE PRINCIPAL 
  • NEW FLYERS - SUMMER CAMPS
  • GIFTED & TALENTED NEWS

WHAT'S NEW @ CTE THIS WEEK?
rock outStudents ask "How can we make CTE a more beautiful place?"



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STALLION SPOTLIGHTget to know more about our amazing classrooms!
q4 epicEPIC award winners honored at school-wide assembly.




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PSP NEWS School Supply Kits: Want to avoid buying school supplies this summer and have supplies delivered right to the classroom?? Then place your order for next school year by June 1st. There are additional items available like backpacks, lunch boxes, and more! All kits will be delivered directly to CTE prior to Open House in August. Thank you to all of our amazing volunteers! We couldn't host events like Donuts with Dads, Morning with Moms, All School Dance, Fun Run, Games Night, Back-to-School Ice Cream Social, and more without your help! PSP will have some shoes to fill next year as some of our parents are moving on to middle school. If you would like to offer your skills to help us keep these traditions going or if you'd like to bring a new event to our school, please contact us at CTEPSP@gmail.com this Summer. We would love to have you join us!



FREE SUMMER LUNCH PROGRAM
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FROM THE LMC - KAREN NOTTINGHAM

Douglas County Libraries is gearing up for summer and getting ready to launch our annual Summer Reading Program! Preregister beginning May 1. The Escape to Neverland Program kicks off Saturday, June 2.

We are bringing back prizes for all ages.  Children 12 and under will be receiving their choice of book again, while teens and adults will be getting a book bag for completing the required hours and or titles. Also, be sure to designate CTE as your school as the school who signs up the most kids (based on % of population) will receive $250.


FROM THE OFFICE 
Summer Office Hours: Tuesdays & Thursdays 8:00am-1:00pm

FROM THE AP - ROBIN HUNT

Thanks for a great year...it's hard to believe we have wrapped up another one! Thank you for all your support as we collaborate to create an educationally rich experience for our students. Here's what's coming!

MAY 26  Happy Summer!

May 29  Lost and Found donated to charity at 4 pm

May 30  Elementary Progress Reports go live at 4 pm

August 9  First Day of School


FROM THE PRINCIPAL - JOSH MILLER

The Principal Chronicles continue (last edition for the 2017-2018 school year) ... I cannot believe we are at the end of another school year. The year just flew by as it always does. Just yesterday I was sitting at Chaparral's graduation and thinking about the past and the future. This is my 7th year as a part of the Chaparral family and this was the first year that the students at Chap who were graduating had me as an assistant principal when I was at Pine Lane Elementary. It was awesome to see those students walk across the stage. There was another point in the ceremony when they had all of the graduating seniors who went to CTE, stand up and be recognized. It was great to see those students but at the same time, I felt a bit sad that I didn't know most of those students. It will be another three years before the students who had me as a principal will be graduating from Chap. As I think back on this year, overall I think it has been a really good year. I learned probably more about leadership this year than my previous three years combined. It seemed like every other day something else came up that turned into another lesson learned. I look forward to taking all of the learning I have done this year and putting it into practice for next year. As I bring this year's chronicles to a close, I want to stress to all of my loyal readers that I very much love my job. I truly love our students, our families, our staff, and our school. I feel extremely lucky to have my job and extremely lucky to be a part of this community. I am proud of the work we have done here, I am proud of our students, and I am proud of our staff. I hope everyone enjoys there summer and I look forward to next year and hearing about all of your summer adventures! See you next time when the Principal Chronicles continue ...


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GIFTED & TALENTED NEWS

DCAGT [Douglas County Association for the Gifted & Talented]
DCSD Gifted Education News