CCMS Morning Announcements

Friday, October 21st 2016
Congrats to our weekly fire winners!

6th Grade:
• Marlene Correa
• Jesiah Bartlett
7th Grade:
• Kaitlynn Solberg
• Saul Barrera
8th Grade:
• Arianna Foster
• Jasiah Fugate

Please come to the main office and claim your prizes

From Mrs. Becker – Shout out to Lesli Diaz Diaz for helping me keep score at the girls’ volleyball game on Wednesday! You rock!
From Mrs. Cutter – a BIG shout out to my 6th grade Language Arts classes for working really hard on their narratives and for showing their GRIT and determination to get through the writing process.
From Mr. Dalgas- “I want to give a shout out to my AVID 7 students for making excellent presentations on reading strategies in class yesterday.”

From Miss Lewis – Shout out to the AVID Club members for volunteering in teachers’ classrooms after school yesterday! If you would like to join AVID club, we meet every Thursday until 4pm with Miss Lewis!
From Mrs. Rabago- Shout out to the AVID elective students that showed up for TRF help during lunch on Tuesday. Mrs Rabago is proud of your hard work and dedication. Keep it up.

From Mrs. Petersen – shout out Mr. C and Ms. Eaton for being such positive and helpful members of our class community!

From Ms. Morales -Shout out to all of the kids participating in the after school program. Every day the after school classes are full of kids, excited to learn new things. Keep up the good work and keep attending after school activities.
From Mrs. Cain – Shout out to Ms. Searle who supports our teachers in so many ways. Thank you!
Shout out to Abraham Smith for choosing edge time to research one of his passions.
Shout out to Mrs. Cain’s 6th and 7th graders who pushed past their comfort zone and lead our classes to the “Land of Learning!” You are heroes in your new epic adventure. React, fight and grow.

And our last shout out this week is to Leslie Diaz Diaz… from the lunch crew. Leslie demonstrates strong leadership skills here at Claggett Creek on a daily basis. She demonstrates FIRE by going out of her way to make sure our cafeteria is clean. Leslie… your leadership is recognized and appreciated here at Claggett Creek.
Hey Panthers, next Wednesday, October 26th, is Pink Out Day! Starting today, we will share a fact about breast cancer. Today’s is, ‘About 1 in 8, or 12.4%, of U.S. women will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime.’ Wear all pink to show your support in the fight against breast cancer. #PinkOut”

Have a great day panthers. Let’s get learning!