Cook Inlet Academy

Posted: Wednesday, December 08, 2004

The annual Cook Inlet Classic basketball tournament will be Dec. 16 through 18 at the school. Boys and girls teams from Bristol Bay, Galena and Ninilchik will attend.

Parent volunteers are needed to work the gate and to be hall monitors during varsity and junior varsity basketball games. To volunteer, call Elaine at the office. All elementary students must be accompanied by an adult to any sporting event held at the school. This is for the safety of the children and the players.

On Dec. 17, students will be dismissed at noon for Christmas vacation.

The salmon eggs that the students in Mrs. Nelson's third-grade class gathered in September should develop into fish by Jan. 12. The class is monitoring the temperature of the aquarium placed inside an old refrigerator as they wait for the eggs to develop. The actual hatching takes 122 to 128 days.

Congratulations to the following students of the week: Jacob Miller, Noah Leaf, Ryan Boozer, Kristen May, Chemaine Yarnes, Tiffany Smith, Bodie Bergonzini and Hannah Kjeldson.

The annual spring mission trip will be to China. Plans are underway for 15 adults and high school students to travel to Kumming in March. Fund-raising efforts will include running the concessions during the basketball tournament.IDEA

Alan Miller gave a presentation about NASA and outer space Nov. 30 at the Kenai River Center. The staff and students wish to thank him for sharing his experiences.

There will be a winter party from 1 to 4 p.m. Friday at the Kenai River Center. Games, crafts and finger foods are the planned activities. Students, families and staff members are encouraged to attend and are asked to bring a finger food to share.

Science fair sign-ups are being accepted at the office. It is open to students in grades kindergarten through 12. Call Steve Hackett for more information.

Friday is the deadline to sign up for the Alyeska ski trip on Dec. 17. Group rates are available for savings. Call Chad Sorenson for this opportunity.

Scholastic Book orders are due today. Orders will arrive before Christmas. Orders should be given to Janice Habermann.

Students are invited to help decorate the office in a "snow wonderland" theme by creating snowpeople or snow families out of paper to hang on the walls. Students can draw, paint, collage or use any combination to make it come to life. Decorations should be dropped off at the office. Participants will receive a treat. For more information, call 260-7555.

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