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Cook Inlet Academy

Posted: Wednesday, April 28, 2004

This year's missions team departed Friday for the Navajo Reservation in Arizona to work at Sun Valley Indian School. The students and adults will perform a variety of tasks, including painting, landscaping, arts and crafts, singing, serving food and leading devotions. The team will return May 1. The annual trip is an activity that goes to the heart of the school's mission statement: "Cook Inlet Academy joins with parents in leading children to know the fullness of God's love and to experience the life change that only God can produce."

Students of the Week are Cody Moore, for being a great friend; Xander Miller, for being awesome in the morning; Amber Hamar, for excellence in reading; Brooks Furlong, for keeping up on his work with a broken arm; Meghan Powers, for cruising through cursive; Keefe O'Dell and Bryce Horton, for earning first place at the Math Olympics; Steven Webb, for improvement in self control; Nicole Tieaskie, for improvement in academics; Keven Powers, for persistence in school work; and Hilary Domke and Amie Smithwick, for helping fellow students and being excellent examples.

The next track meet is Saturday in Homer.

The band and choir will perform a concert May 6.

The awards banquet is May 10.

Graduation is May 16.



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