Preschool and kindergarten visitation day is from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Thursday. Contact the school office at 262-5101 for reservations.
Registration for the 2004-05 school year is open for current CIA families. Parents are encouraged to register as soon as possible.
Mr. Vavilov is providing math classes this summer. Two sessions are being offered in June with each session earning a half credit. The registration closing date is May 28. Contact the office for more information.
Tickets for the CIA benefit concert are available at Beemun's, Odie's Bead-It or at the office. The cost is $10 for adults and $6 for school-age children. The concert is Saturday at 7 p.m.
The junior high students are studying totem poles in their Alaska history class. Students have learned totem poles are both stories and symbols of the Native tribes. Each class is making their own totem pole to tell their own class story. The eighth-graders are including an eagle, a basketball and symbols to remind them of friends, knowledge and God. The seventh-graders' totem will feature a large mouth, symbolizing their fondness for talking and eating; a large X for X-Box; a snowboard; and a representation for God.
Students of the Week are Robbie Smithwick, Lauren Bauder, Kelsey Tachick, Hannah Selson, Kearstin Yarnes, Abbi Wosner, Chloe' Nelson, Chemaine Yarnes and Cole Nelson.
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