Organized by PSO, our first Flea Market sale was a great success with over forty sellers and scores of shoppers! Under amazing sunny skies everything from vintage clothing to Wontons were offered in the Lynnwood Campus parking lot!
What is the state animal of New York? What is the capitol of Alabama? CLICK here to see pictures of Mrs. Peterson’s third and fourth graders as they present State Fair!
CLICK here to see our Cubs jogging under clear skies and sunshine for new blinds in our classrooms!
Summer Soccer Camps – Next-Level Competitive Training for boys by former UW player and current Select and HS Varsity Coach Perry Travis.
Three weeks of choice. Two different age groupings. Individual sessions available.
Contact Perry Travis @email@example.com for questions, or stop into the front office for dates available and sign up information.
Click here to see what our students love about their teachers!
Click here to see what’s happening on our campus! This months addition includes McTeacher’s Night pictures and a special thank you to our teachers from the kids!
Ole from Book Fair Fiesta and Loose Change Drive 2014!
The book fair is open for sales Monday, Feb. 24th (but if you’re in the neighborhood for the next two Saturday’s I’ll be open for the Northwest Christian Sports League) during school hours. Students will be previewing the book fair the first week and making a “wish list”. Come dressed to school for a fiesta on Wednesday, Feb. 26th and receive a free gumball from the book fair! Book Fair Night is Thursday, Feb. 27th, 7 a.m. to 8:00 P.M. Come join the fun!
Our teachers love the book fair, too, because it’s a great opportunity to add to their classroom library. You can bless your child’s teacher by purchasing a book for them which can be found conveniently placed at the cashier table.
Book Fair Fiesta goes south of the border Friday, March 7th so stop by for an Italian Soda, Pink Cookie or Ice Cream bar!
Loose Change Drive also begins Feb. 24th and ends March 21st! Who will win the coveted Loose Change Drive Trophy?
All of our earnings from the Scholastic Book Fair and Loose Change Drive goes directly to our library to purchase new books for our campus. Stop by and see what we have to offer! We accept cash, checks, debit and credit cards for payment.
Muchas Gracias and see YOU at the Book Fair!
Our Robotics team has gotten off to a great start under the guidance of Ali Mansour and Mr. Garth Green. Robotics introduces students to the fun and excitement of science and technology while building self-confidence, knowledge and valuable employment and life skills. Robotics challenges students to think like scientists and engineers. Our team will work to solve problems using engineering concepts, presentation techniques and robots.
Patrick Russell, the Principal of our Mountlake Terrace High School, has begun a 3×5 league here on our campus. This league is designed to allow elementary students the opportunity to compete together in a school sanctioned sport similar to the High School and Junior High students. This league is also used to further develop skills and to help students understand the philosophy of Cedar Park Christian Athletics. They will also have fun and learn the fundamentals of basketball and grow in an understanding of performing for an audience of one. The 3×5 league is open to 3rd -5th grade boys and girls.
Cub Pride News for March 2014