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2/12/16

 

Mr. Campbell will be running a spring basketball league on friday nights at Sea Crest school. The league is limited to the first 30 who sign up. There are no tryouts so everyone who signs up will be placed on a team. This is a great way to get more basketball practice. If interested see Mr. Campbell for a flier. Don't miss out on this very fun league!

 

Need something to do over break? How about you grab a book and earn 150 spirit points for your class by reading Doll Bones by Holly Black? This book focuses on 3 kids who leave a home to bury a doll who is haunting their dreams. We will discuss Doll Bones in the library at lunch on Thursday, February 25 and you will receive 25 extra points.

 

Attention all 8th graders! the D.C. forms are due today! Turn them into Mr. Cox’s class room by the end of today!

 

Wow, Alex! Your hair for Crazy Hair Day looks unbeweavable!  

Alex: Thanks, Maya! Yours looks pretty good yourself.   

Maya: Thanks!

Alex: Just make sure to keep it in for when your spirit rep combs by your class to count how many people participated.

Maya: Thanks for the heads up!

 

The results for Pictionary are in. For 8th grade, 3rd place is Cox, 2nd place goes to Dei Rossi and Murray got first! For 6th grade, Shands Serret got 3rd, Coyle received 2nd place and Pierce and Papp tied for first. Great job cubs!

 

Great job for making the Penny Wars a success! And the final results are in: Starting with the 6th graders, we have Longaker in 3rd place with 23,833 points, Coyle in 2nd with 33,859 points, and finally in first place is… (drumroll) O’Connor Brown’s class with a total of 49,262 points! For the 7th graders, we Hitchner came into second with 8,334 points, Cardona took 2nd with 32,264 points, and 1st place goes to… (drumroll) Lugo/Monica with 58,532 points! Lastly, we have the 8th graders. Taking 3rd place with 1,262 points we have Dei Rossi, coming in 2nd place is Mote with 1,447 points, and taking first by a landslide is… (drumroll) Lawrence with a total of 22,071 points! Great job to everyone who participated! This will conclude the Penny Wars.

 

Our favorite intramural is back this week, Greek Dodgeball! The 8th graders had a great day back yesterday. Here are the results: On court one, and Oldman had a tough battle. In the end, Au/Angst came out on top! Over on court 2, MCcartney took on Robinson. It was brutal, but _________ takes the win! Cardona and Lugo Monica occupied court three. It was head to head all lunch, but the victory goes to ____________! And last, but not least, Hitchner and Reed on court four. It was rough out there with the wind, but both teams played great. And the win goes to… _________! Today 8th graders will go. On court 1 Mote will face Cox on court 2 Lawrence will play Aguilar on court 3 Dei Rossi will go against Demers and on court 4.Murray will have a BYE. Good luck Cubs!

 

Today’s Friday activity will be a grade level activity and will be held on the basketball courts. You will need 4 people from your first period class. Each person will have a cup except the person at the end. You will all stand in a line and the first person will have an M&M in their cup. They must then toss the M&M to the next person with their cup, and the next person will have to catch the M&M using only their cup. This will continue down the line. Since the last person doesn’t have a cup, they have to catch the M&M with their mouth! After they catch the M&M, they will run to the front of the line, grabbing the last person’s cup on their way up, and start over. You will continue this until everyone has caught an M&M in their mouth. If at anytime you drop an M&M, you will need to start over! 7th grade goes first, 8th grade will go second, and 6th graders will go last.  See you out there!

 

Attention all first period classes! Today is a triple point day! That means you get triple points for having crazy hair, the Friday activity, everything!

 

The birthdays for today are Madaline Beckner and Alexis Gracia. Have a happy birthday cubs!

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2/11/16

 

Library club will meet in the library today at lunch. They will be working on book orders, planning the book election and will take a photo for the yearbook.

 

Mr. Campbell will be running a spring basketball league on friday nights at Sea Crest school. The league is limited to the first 30 who sign up. There are no tryouts so everyone who signs up will be placed on a team. This is a great way to get more basketball practice. If interested see Mr. Campbell for a flier. Don't miss out on this very fun league!

 

Attention all 7th and 8th graders, 7th and 8th graders only. Challenge day is coming back to Cunha on March 1st! Challenge day is an inspiring day that opens your eyes and teaches you to view things and people from different perspectives. If you are interested in Challenge Day, please see your counselor, Ms. Myrick or Ms. Lee, for more information and a permission slip form. Hurry because spots are filling up fast! First come, first serve. Help change the world at challenge day!

 

Need something to do over break? How about you grab a book and earn 150 spirit points for your class by reading Doll Bones by Holly Black? This book focuses on 3 kids who leave a home to bury a doll who is haunting their dreams. We will discuss Doll Bones in the library at lunch on Thursday, February 25 and you will receive 25 extra points.

 

Hey cubs! The next special event is Pictionary, for this event you will need 2 people from your spirit class. This event will be held in the quad, during lunch, after everyone is dismissed. How Pictionary works is you and your partner will both sit down--one will be drawing and the other will be guessing. The person drawing will be given a card with a word, and their partner will have to guess it. For example, the word you will have to draw could be a hat, so you would draw a hat for your partner to guess. After your partner guesses what it is, leadership will give the person drawing another card. If your partner does not guess the word, leadership will take that card and exchange it for a different card. YOU CAN NOT WRITE WORDS OR ANYTHING ELSE THAT GIVES AWAY THE WORD, YOU CAN ONLY DRAW. The class that guesses the most words is the winner! 7th graders will go today.

 

Owen, that new Sheerlock Combs movie was unbeweavable!  

Maya: It sure was, Lauren! It gave me a bunch of ideas to do with my hair tomorrow.  

Lauren: Oh no! It’s crazy hair day tomorrow, Maya! There’s no time left to think of something to do!

Maya: It’s alright. Just brush it off. There is still time to comb up with something to do.

Lauren:  Let’s think of some crazy styles to do.

Maya: You could dye your hair rainbow?

Lauren: Something crazier.  

Maya: How about you make your hair look like Princess Leia!

Lauren: That’s pretty good! But, what are some other ideas?

Maya: You can make your hair look like Medusa!

Lauren: Perfect! Can’t wait to show up to school tomorrow so everyone can admire my crazy hair!

Maya: Me too. Now I have to go figure out what I’m gonna do!

 

*Star Wars theme song* Great job for making the Penny Wars a success! A special thank you to everyone who participated in Penny Wars for Leukemia. The results will be out shortly.

 

Our favorite intramural is back this week, Greek Dodgeball! The 7th graders had a great day back yesterday. Here are the results: On court one, Au Angst and Oldman had a tough battle. In the end, Au/Angst came out on top! Over on court 2, MCcartney took on Robinson. It was brutal, but _________ takes the win! Cardona and Lugo Monica occupied court three. It was head to head all lunch, but the victory goes to ____________! And last, but not least, Hitchner and Reed on court four. It was rough out there with the wind, but both teams played great. And the win goes to… _________! Today 8th graders will go. On court 1 Mote will face Cox on court 2 Lawrence will play Aguilar on court 3 Dei Rossi will go against Demers and on court 4.Murray will have a BYE. Good luck Cubs!

 

Due, to the poor weather conditions, we haven’t been able to do a Friday activity, but there will be one tomorrow! Tomorrow’s special event will be a grade level activity and will be held on the basketball courts. You will need 4 people from your first period class. Each person will have a cup except the person at the end. You will all stand in a line and the first person will have an M&M in their cup. They must then toss the M&M to the next person with their cup, and the next person will have to catch the M&M using only their cup. This will continue down the line. Since the last person doesn’t have a cup, they have to catch the M&M with their mouth! After they catch the M&M, they will run to the front of the line, grabbing the last person’s cup on their way up, and start over. You will continue this until everyone has caught an M&M in their mouth. If at anytime you drop an M&M, you will need to start over! 7th grade goes first, 8th grade will go second, and 6th graders will go last. Whoever wins, gets the field!  

 

The birthdays for today are Hanna Palk and Alondra Aguilar-Vasquez. Have a great birthday cubs!

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2/10/16

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