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CAIR Focus Students WIN Battle of the Brains KC!! http://www.grandviewc4.net/apps/news/article/790891
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Roaring in the new year and learning

 
Transitions K-5 students are putting the polishing touches on their book reports, setting their resolutions for goals they want to accomplish before Spring Break, working hard on division facts, getting their wizarding on by listening to Harry Potter series, and working as a team to complete our puzzle. 
 
 
 
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Trivia Fun

While the Bulldogs who CAIR did not repeat our win from last year, we did have a great time. We went with the theme of CAIR Bears for this year and placed 8th. Congrats to team member: Dr. Michele Butler, Dr. Vicki Adams, Sarah Buesteton, Magie Arthur, Sarah Robertson, Andrea Miller, Erin Klein, and Rebeka McIntosh. We will start our training next week for next year!!!!

Conscious Discipline

Community Academy along with High Grove Early Childhood Center are partnering up to offer Conscious Discipline Classes! The class is a 6-week training program for GC-4 families, grades pre-k- 2nd grade, who want to strengthen the parent-child relationship and encourage cooperation-without yelling. Please join us October 23, November 6, 13, 27 and December 4. To sign up, please register at this link: https://goo.gl/forms/OvOvNltb1YCy6YHr1 For questions or more information, you may call Pupil Services at 316-5037.

Jostens

Jostens will be at the High School for seniors to get information about graduation regalia and announcements. Meeting is October 3, 2018 at 7:30 in the auditorium. Bus will leave CAIR at 7:20 and return about 8:30. Parent permission is needed for the bus.

Advisory has hit CAIR

Advisory is another tool in our tool box at CAIR.  Homeroom Teachers will be working with students on number of different activities from how to set up a calendar for themselves, getting to know their peers and staff, how to fill out a resume or housing application, how to plan what to cook and use a grocery ad to do.  Many life skills that will transfer over to their learning in the classroom will be talked about and worked on.  We are excited about rolling this out and seeing where it takes us.
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