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Cub Pride News for March 2014
Cub Pride News for March 2014
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 […]
In preparation for the start of 2014-2015, Cedar Park Christian Schools are now offering online re-enrollment! PLEASE READ THROUGH THIS INFORMATION CAREFULLY AS WE ARE ATTEMPTING TO COMMUNICATE AS MANY DETAILS AS POSSIBLE TO MAKE THE PROCESS AS SMOOTH AS POSSIBLE. Be sure to see the “Helpful Hints” section below. We thank you in […]
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Parents, students, and friends of Cedar Park-Lynnwood Campus, joined in McTeacher Night which was held Thursday, October 24th. Teachers and staff from school worked the drive-thru, served up French fries, cookies, smoothies and hamburgers for each hungry customer! The Lynnwood Campus enjoys McTeacher Night in the fall and again, in the spring. Not just a fundraiser, […]
Voted in office by their peers, this year’s Student Council leaders are Crystal Jensen, President; Trinity Mischel, Vice President; Susanna Borenko, Secretary; T.J. Coronacion, Historian and Grace Garth Green, Treasurer. Student Council officers and class representatives effectively promote school improvement by building school spirit, beautifying the school environment, and raising funds to purchase new school […]
Thursdays are chapel days for the Lynnwood Campus! Our worship team, which consists of students from grades 5 & 6 help in leading worship each week. These students lead the student body in singing, as well as using sign language and hand motions to accompany certain songs. This helps younger students participate even if they […]
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 […]
This year our fifth graders have the opportunity to utilize their skills and talents as they join a solid core of sixth and seventh grade soccer players coached by new head coach Rob Shader.
Our Lynnwood Campus held “Bring Your Friend to School Day” on January 23, 2014. The day offered opportunities for visitors to get to know more about what friends are learning in their programs and meet our teachers. Pizza with the Principal added to this special annual day!
In third and fourth grade, students use their understanding of social studies concepts and skills to explore Washington State in the past and present. Through map making students learn about the state’s unique geographic regions while learning how Washington’s physical geography and resources contributed to key eras in early Washington State history.
The Lynnwood “Cyber Cubs” Robotics team finished strong in the recent regional competition in Edmonds. This was the team’s first year and much was learned. Teams were judged in three areas; demonstration of core values, a research project demonstrating a solution to a real life problem, our Lego Robot design and it’s implementation of various […]
The Lynnwood Campus “Cyber Cubs” are ready for their first competition! Students have been working diligently since September programming a student designed robot, and researching a solution to a real-life problem. Students have also been seen around campus presenting their project to various classes.
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