|March 16, 2017|
Thank you for taking the time to read this week’s news and views. The week was a busy one for our students, teachers, and parents. After a four-day weekend, our students and teachers returned rested and ready for the next four weeks before spring break.
On Monday evening we had our Gr. 8-9 transition night for parents. Earlier that day, we also had our current Grade 6 and Grade 7 student information session for 2017-18 course registration. Students received their course registration card during these meetings. Now, they should go on to our online Academic Program of Studies. I would encourage you to spend some time with your child to guide them through the Program of Studies, because it is an important document that will help both students and parents make informed decisions about the classes that students want to choose for next year.
I would like to thank all the parents who attended the drop-in conference on Tuesday and full day conferences on Wednesday. We value these meetings, and we hope that you had an opportunity to hear how your child is growing as a learner, and how they will continue to grow over the next nine weeks.
|News & Announcements|
MS Students Earning the Trimester 2 Exceeding Certificates
All MS students interested to join the track and field team please click on the link below to signup:
Girls Get Strong Conference
Details of the event are as followed:
Some of the topics we will be addressing this year are gender profiling in athletics, goal setting, injury prevention and rehabilitation, and nutrition. The conference will feature licensed counseling therapists, nutritionists, personal trainers, and physiotherapists. Along with learning from qualified professionals, students will participate in a variety of fitness activities that include barre, body attack, crossfit, kickboxing, step aerobics, TRX, yoga, and zumba.
Lost and Found
Part of educating students at CAC is encouraging independence through increasing responsible behaviors. We constantly encourage students to label their items so that they are easily identified and returned back to the owner. It is also important that students know what to do when they lose any of their items.
Here is what we advise students to do when they report a lost item:
1- Look everywhere (lost & found table/class/playground/inside backpacks/home ,etc,...)
In order to support our students and community members with the above process, we created the below Lost and Found link to help us track of lost and found items.
From the PTO
Join us at the CAC INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL
*Ticket sales have concluded and entrance tickets will not be sold on the day of the event*
*Program may be subject to change.
Walking Tour of Heliopolis, Wednesday April 26, 2017
You can sign up using the link below:
The Citadel, The Sultan Hassan Mosque & Madrasa, Al-Rifa’i Mosque
All PTO trips cost 100LE per person for transportation, a professional tour guide and security when necessary.Entrance fees, meals, refreshments, and any shopping are the participants responsibility. We meet at 8:15 a.m. at the back gate of CAC and the bus will leave promptly at 8:30 a.m. We will return to school by 2:00 p.m. Please be sure to leave a mobile phone number when you register. Minimum of 10 participants required.
What to do: after use, empty out the capsules and start a collection bag. Drop off boxes will be on campus starting April 2.
Three Cheers to all parents who have devoted their time and efforts with the planning and organization of the International Festival.
Three Cheers to all parents who attended the Parent Teacher Conferences on Tuesday and Wednesday.