CA Cougar Store
All long sleeve shirts are 50% off! Come in today, you won’t want to miss this special!
Thank you to all of you who are using your Publix card to help support CA! To date we have raised over $500! We remind you to use your Publix Partners Card each time you visit the store. By doing so, you automatically raise money for the school. If you do not have a card or have misplaced yours, please see the front office. If you would like one for other family members, again, please see the front office! We would love to give you one for everyone!
Mrs. Samuels’ Class Mrs. Samuels’ Kindergarten class has been busy using describing words in their writing to help others find their mittens. We read the book titled The Mitten by Jan Brett. It is about a boy that lost his mitten in the white snow. Our class discussed if they were to loose their mitten what words would they use for someone to help them look for their mitten. Each student was asked to color a mitten and write about it. They were to use key words that would help someone find which mitten belonged to them. In our class we displayed the mittens on the wall with the writing displayed at another location in our room. Our parents and administration were invited to come read our descriptions and try to match the writings with the mittens.
1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th will be attending the play “Heidi” at the Roxy on Wednesday, Jan 30. CA’s own Maddie O’Connor will perform as Heidi herself!
Music to my ears
4th graders will be going to the Schermerhorn in Nashville to see and hear the symphony on Tuesday, January 29th.
The Clarksville Academy Cougar Children’s Choir will be singing the National Anthem at women’s and men’s basketball games at Austin Peay on February 9th starting at 5:15 PM. We’d love for you to join us as we cheer on Austin Peay and showcase our young cougar talent! Tickets will be $5 at the gate.
A reminder to all parents, if your child is going to be absent or is absent due to illness, we ask that you notify the school. Thank you.
The Physical Education Department is excited to offer a new unit of study! Students in grades 2-9 will participate in a Roller Skating unit beginning in February! This unit will be fun for everyone (we might even include an 80s roller disco theme!) and will teach our students a sense of balance, coordination, and give them a great physical workout. More information will be made available to your student in the coming weeks!
When visiting campus, we remind you that the row of parking directly in front of school and the first two rows near the Cougar Cruisers are reserved faculty/staff spaces. We ask all parents and guests to park on the hill to the right of the school. Thank you.
Below are some dates to remember….
- February 15th & 18th—NO SCHOOL—Winter Break
- March 8th—Lower School Conference Day—No School Lower School Students
- March 29th-April 5th—Spring Break (return to school on April 8th)
This week your children have been introduced to a new program at Clarksville Academy, the R.A.C.K. Club. The Random Acts of Cougar Kindness Club is an opportunity for your child to be “caught” doing random acts of kindness! Teachers and staff will be watching for examples of good citizenship and character that go above and beyond. Students could then be rewarded with a ticket to be placed in a jar in the classroom. Once a month these tickets will be collected and small rewards will be distributed. Also, group pictures will be taken and displayed on the R.A.C.K. Club board outside the lunchroom. We can’t wait to recognize our Cougars as proud members of the R.A.C.K. Club!
Our lower school science classes are participating in an experiment of the week with Mrs. Askew. Throughout the semester she will video these and we will post them on our Clarksville Academy YouTube Channel. We encourage you to go out and watch these videos weekly. http://www.youtube.com/user/cacougarstn?feature=watch
Lower School Art
Like our Lower School Art Facebook Page! Mrs. Lawless is collecting bottle caps of all sizes and colors for an art project. Please save your bottle caps and bring in a Ziploc bag to lower school art. Towards the end of September, fourth graders are going to be designing and constructing scarecrows. We are in need of old Halloween costumes, old clothes, hats, gloves, etc. We will take anything that might make a scarecrow come to life. All donations will be appreciated! Send in with your child or leave at front desk with Mrs. Turnage for Mrs. Lawless.
Box Tops & Campbell’s Labels
This is a reminder that CA collects Campbell’s labels and Box Tops through our CAA. The money raised from this project funds various school improvement projects. Last year we raised over $1500 through the Box Tops program alone! Please turn yours into your child’s teacher or Ms. Turnage in the front office.