Cook Inlet Academy

Posted: Wednesday, May 12, 2004

The missions team returned from Sun Valley Indian School in Arizona with servants' hearts and many fond memories. Their work day started at 6 a.m., clearing and remodeling the volleyball court and attached snack shack and cleaning the chapel. Alaska craft sessions were provided for students of all ages. Elementary students made northern lights chalk drawings, middle school students made Alaska state flag bead pins, and senior students designed tissue stationery. The students also led chapel services and gave devotions in the dorms. The team had the opportunity to hike the canyon DeChelly and see the Grand Canyon. Thanks to all those who helped provide this life-changing experience.

Students of the Week are Adam O'Guinn, for cheerful enthusiasm; Erica McGahan, for awesome schoolwork; Elizabeth Dailey and Molly Fenton, for creativity with Mother's Day projects; Joe Murphy, for always having a smile; Albert White, for improvement in behavior; and Blake Taplin, for excellent effort in running.

Track regionals are at Su-Valley on Friday and Saturday.

Graduation is Sunday at 3 p.m.

The Hershey's Track and Field Meet is May 21.

There will be no school May 25 due to teacher in-service.

The last day of school is awards chapel May 26.

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