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Cook Inlet Academy

Posted: Wednesday, February 18, 2004

The first-graders held a reading contest by tracking the number of pages and books read. Participants and contest winners received books as prizes.

The third-graders are finishing an owl unit. A lot of fun was had searching for bones in owl pellets.

Bryan Copenhaver gave the fourth-graders a biology lesson in fish dissection. He showed them the swim bladder, lateral line, heart, stomach contents and intestines. The students were fascinated to see the heart contract while it was sitting on the table.

The varsity and junior varsity basketball teams have home games this week. The junior varsity has its final game Thursday, and the varsity plays Nikolaevsk on Friday.

The drama class traveled Tuesday to Oregon to participate in a speech meet, attend various performances and tour several college campuses.

Students of the Week are Hunter Phillips, for doing his best; Ariana Tieaskie, for positive attitude and great effort in schoolwork; Mitchel Daughtery, for thoroughness in science lab; Jacob Boudreaux, for making wise choices; Chloe Wonser, for excellent preparation for the history fair; Nathan Larson, for improved attitude and academic performance; and Dani Rehm, Zac Cialek, Lucas Barkman, Kaitlan White and Janine Ray, for passing level I proficiency in band.

The next Arizona mission trip meeting is Sunday at 2 p.m. at CIA.

Parent-Teacher Fellowship is Monday at 7 p.m.



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