The World Language Department had their second annual International Potluck on October 21st, 2014. It was a smashing success! More than ninety-five families showed up, creating a crowd of over two hundred and an incredible number of international dishes. The dishes included Italian pasta, Japanese vegetarian sushi, Chinese fried rice and noodles, Norwegian cakes, Spanish chips and salsa, German stews, Swedish desserts, Jewish breads, French cheese and chutney, Russian potatoes, and much more! Thank you to the families to showed up and participated in the community events and we hope to see you again next year!
Can you believe the end of our first quarter is almost here? The fall weather has set in. Umbrellas and rain boots have replaced our sunglasses and sandals. It’s a great time for you to meet other parents and have a cozy cup of coffee and some treats. For those of you who don’t know me, I’m Miki Kelly and I’m the new Admissions Director here on the Bothell campus. I have been a CPCS parent for 14 years. My daughter Paige, graduated in 20 13. My daughter Jill is a senior and my son Connor is in the 6th grade. I taught kindergarten here at CPCS for 4 years and just moved up to the Admissions office in June. My husband, Steve is a CPC Junior football coach and also plays on the Cedar Park Church worship team. We are loyal CPCS Eagles and love being part of this wonderful community of believers.
You are invited to a casual coffee chat time in the Friendship room on Tuesday, October 28th from 8:30 – 9:30am. Coffee and treats will be served. If you would like a specialty coffee, our café will be open for you to purchase additional items.
At the coffee chat, I would love to introduce myself to you and spend some time letting you know how much we appreciate you being part of the Cedar Park Christian family. Here at CPCS we are always looking for ways to build a strong sense of community. I would like to help you get connected and also hear your fun and positive stories about the beginning of the year. I know you would like to encourage our teachers and staff with uplifting feedback. Our teachers and staff are dedicated to their work and the families we serve here at CPCS. Let’s work together to continue to make CPCS a place of excellence both spiritually and academically.
I hope to see you on Tuesday and please bring a friend! Please don’t leave me alone with a box of donuts!
Over the summer, several high school students were challenged to take an art concept learned in class and apply it to an object instead of paper. Several white porcelain piggy banks were donated to the art department and given to Alli Hishikawa (10th), Ellie Hitchcock (10th), Rachel Kudlacz (10th), and Nikki Baker (12th) to Zentangle […]