Student Bulletin

 

·       Hey Canyon Park - One Voice will be meeting on Tuesday May 21st from 3:00 pm until
4:30 pm in the Little Theater. Join us for snacks, games and a devotional. Everyone is welcome! Bus passes will be available for regular bus riders.

·       The following Canyon Park students placed in their divisions in the Math is Cool Masters contest on May 4th:

o   In the individual event in Phi Division:

§  1st Prize - Jack Gu

§  3rd Prize - Saanvi Subramanian

§  5th Prize - Franklin Carter

o   Canyon Park also placed first in the 6th Grade Team Division. The team included Jack Gu, Saanvi Subramanian, Franklin Carter, and Irene Batta. A total of 57 teams from schools in Washington and Idaho participated. Congratulations to all the Canyon Park students!

·       It’s that time of year - ASB elections for the 2019-20 school year! We are holding elections for president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, and representatives for 7th and 8th grade. If you are interested in running for ASB, you can pick up an election packet from Ms. Fisher in the main office.  Completed applications are due tomorrow by 3:00 pm.

·       Canyon Park’s Leadership class is hosting a 5K fundraiser at our school on Saturday, June 1st from 9:00 am – 11:00 am.  They will raise money and awareness for Rescue: Freedom International, whose mission is to end sex slavery worldwide. There will be an opportunity to donate money or purchase raffle tickets for prizes. Come run or walk and support this worthy cause!

·       Ultimate Frisbee is coming to CPMS on June 3rd, 4th, 6th, and 7th! Permission slips are in the main office - all students participating must turn in a permission slip signed by a parent/guardian to the main office before participating. The only cost involved is the purchase of an ASB card (if you have not already done so). Activity buses will be available for students who regularly ride the school bus. Come join the fun and find out why Ultimate Frisbee is one of the fastest growing non-contact team sports!

·       The 8th Grade Party on June 20that the Brightwater Center in Woodinville is going to be a night filled with fun! Tickets are available for purchase tomorrow in the cafeteria during all three lunches or online at cpptsa.org – June 3rd is the last day to purchase tickets!

 

·      Here is our Noteworthy Knight Challenge-Challenge-Challenge:

Challenge another student who is in a different lunch to see who can clean the most tables or get the most students to clean tables at lunch.

·      It’s that time of year - Canyon Park ASB elections for the 2019-20 school year start today! This year we are holding elections for:

o   President (must be in 8th grade)

o   Vice-President (must be in 7th/8th grade)

o   Secretary (must be in 7th/8th grade)

o   Treasurer (must be in 7th/8th grade)

o   Grade-Level Representatives (for 6th, 7th and 8th grade)

If you are interested in running for ASB, you can pick up an election packet from Ms. Fisher in the main office starting today during your lunch.  Completed applications are due this Friday, May 17th at 3:00 pm.

·      Attention all students interested in playing tennis at Bothell High School – the tennis coach will be at Canyon Park during your lunch tomorrow, May 14th. Come meet the coach and find out about future tennis opportunities at BHS.

·      All 8th grade girls interested in swim team: Bothell High School’s swim coach is having a meeting tomorrow, May 14th, in the BHS library, from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm for all girls interested in swim/dive for the fall.  Please come to get information, meet the coach, and get your swim team questions answered.  

·      The Bothell football coaches will be on campus this Wednesday, May 15th, during B and C lunches to talk with all 8th graders interested in playing football in the fall at BHS. Gear handout is May 28th and Spring Practice begins May 29th. You must be cleared through FinalForms in order to participate. Go Cougars!

·      Honor Society Members: The Induction ceremony is this Wednesday, May 15th, at 7:00 pm in the Gym. Students should be in the Little Theater by 6:30 pm. Congratulations to all of you!

 

·      Remember our Noteworthy Knight Dare for the week?

EVERY BIT COUNTS! Count how many positive interactions you can make in the hallway today between classes. Include smiles, high fives, hellos, compliments, and moonwalking attempts – in that order!

·      Attention Honor Society Members: The Induction ceremony is Wednesday, May 15th  at 7:00 pm in the Gym. Students should be in the Little Theater by 6:30 pm.

·      Canyon Park ASB elections for the 2019-20 school year are coming up soon! This year we are holding elections for:

o   President (must be in 8th grade)

o   Vice-President (must be in 7th/8th grade)

o   Secretary (must be in 7th/8th grade)

o   Treasurer (must be in 7th/8th grade)

o   Grade-Level Representatives (for 6th, 7th and 8th grade)

If you are interested in running for ASB, you can pick up an election packet from Ms. Fisher in the main office starting on Monday, May 13th.  Completed applications are due Friday, May 17th at 3:00 pm.

·      Attention all students interested in playing tennis at Bothell High School – the tennis coach will be at Canyon Park during your lunch on Tuesday, May 14th. Come meet the coach and find out about future tennis opportunities at BHS.

·      All 8th grade girls interested in swim team: Bothell High School’s swim coach is having a meeting on May 14th, in the BHS library, from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm for all girls interested in swim/dive for the fall.  Please come and get information, meet the coach, and get your swim team questions answered. 

·      The Bothell football coaches will be on campus Wednesday, May 15th, during B and C lunches to talk with all 8th graders who are interested in playing football in the fall at BHS. Gear handout is May 28th and Spring Practice begins May 29th. You must be cleared through FinalForms in order to participate. Go Cougars!

·      Tomorrow is Popcorn Friday – popcorn costs .25 and you must pay in cash. 

 

·      Here is our Noteworthy Knight Dare for the week:

EVERY BIT COUNTS! Count how many positive interactions you can make in the hallway today between classes. Include smiles, high fives, hellos, compliments, and moonwalking attempts – in that order!

·      Hey Canyon Park – SBA testing starts today. Let’s all try and help out students who are testing by being quiet in the hallways, breezeways, and anywhere that noise might be distracting to those who are testing. Thanks for showing kindness in this way!

·      Green Team meets today after school in Room 135. Please bring your signed field trip permission slip to Mrs. Kimbrough if you have not done so already.

·      Diversity Club will not be meeting today after school – see you next week!

·      Attention Honor Society Members: The Induction ceremony is coming up on Wednesday, May 15th  at 7:00 pm in the Gym. Students should be in the Little Theater by 6:30 pm. In order to qualify for induction, you must have turned in 8 hours of community service and maintained at least a 3.5 GPA.
Be on the lookout for an official invitation in the mail if you have qualified.
Not sure if you made it? Check the lists posted outside of the Little Theater.

 

·      Hey Canyon Park – how are you doing with the new Noteworthy Knight Dare?

o   Caring Compliments: Observe someone today (not creepily) and give them one compliment based on your observation. The more specific – the better!

·      To all the students who have been moved out of the outside locker garage – THANK YOU! The lockers need to be completely emptied out today. We apologize that the date to clear out has been moved up. Come see Ms. Fisher if you have any questions.

·      There is no Art Club today after school – see you next week!

·      Green Team - our next meeting is after school on Monday, May 6th.  Please bring your signed field trip permission slip to Mrs. Kimbrough if you have not done so already.

·      Hey Canyon Park - PLEASE STAY OFF YOUR CELL PHONES AND REMOVE YOUR HEADPHONES OR EARBUDS while you are in the breakfast or lunch lines.  It takes more time to get you through the cashier when you are distracted. Also, when you are at the cashier, please wait for the cashier to acknowledge that you can leave with your purchased items.  Just because you have entered your student ID does not mean that you are free to go and leave the line.

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