We invite you to join us for Thanksgiving Lunch on Monday, November 21. Below you will find the times for each grade level. We ask that you RSVP for anyone attending no later than this Tuesday, November 15. Please contact Mrs. Turnage to reserve your spot ASAP.
2016-2017 Thanksgiving Lunch Times
10:00 – 10:35 1st Grade
10:05 – 10:40 Pre-K
10:35 – 11:10 4th Grade
10:40 – 11:15 KDG
11:10 – 11:45 2nd Grade
11:15 – 11:50 3rd Grade
11:45 – 12:20 5th Grade
12:25 – 12:55 Upper School Lunch
1:00 – 1:30 6th Grade
1:05 – 1:35 7th Grade
1:10 – 1:40 8th Grade
Do you need poinsettias to make your home look festive for the holidays? The Junior class will be selling assorted sizes of red or white poinsettias. These plants will be delivered right before the Thanksgiving break and will come straight from the grower. Order forms can be picked up at the front desk with Mrs. Turnage.The Juniors appreciate your support as they fundraise for the prom!
On Tuesday, November 8th, the second graders enjoyed a visit from author and illustrator, Christie Jones Ray. Mrs. Ray described the making of her books, her ideas, her handwritten words, and her watercolor illustrations. She introduced the students to her main character, Eliza, a small whimsical mouse who goes on many adventures around the world. Mrs. Ray’s imagination and beautiful use of sensory details in her stories are inspiring to young writers.
On Wednesday, November 2nd, our second graders took a trip to Mansker’s Station in Goodlettsville, TN. The students toured the Bowen House, one of the oldest structures in Tennessee. They also toured a replica of the original Mansker Station. Students learned about life during the 1700s. This was the culminating activity to their unit on “America Long Ago”.
Third graders having been studying about relationships among living things. In class, students built several food chains which formed an overall food web from a forest ecosystem. Students identified the Sun as the main source of energy, producers, consumers, predators and prey from their food web.
The 2016 Tennessee Model United Nations annual conference was held November 11-13 in Murfreesboro, TN. Clarksville Academy had 25 delegates representing the countries of Austria, Dominican Republic 2, Guatemala, Guinea-Bissau, Japan and the Republic of Congo. Additionally Cheyenne Deibert served as the Assistant Secretary General for Peacebuilding Support in the Secretariat. This conference was the biggest ever with 952 students from throughout Tennessee. Friday students spent in Committee presenting and debating their resolutions. The resolutions of Austria and Guinea-Bissau were ranked highly by their committee so that the resolutions made it on to the docket for presentation in their respective White, Blue or Red General Assembly on Saturday. Saturday evening’s social event included native dances by two students from Ibague, Columbia. Donations exceeding $2500 were raised over the weekend make it possible for several dozen students in Ibague, Columbia to attend high school. Sunday’s Plenary session is the largest assembly which combines all three of Saturday’s General Assemblies. We are proud of all the students who participated.
After School Enrichment
We are pleased to announce that our After School Enrichment program will begin next week! Registration is online here.
Throughout the year if you take photos at various school events and would like to submit them for possible use in the yearbook or for marketing purposes, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
November 21—Thanksgiving Lunch
November 23-25—No School—Thanksgiving Break
December 9—Christmas Concert 6PM
December 16—Lower School Christmas Program 8:30 AM
December 16-January 2—No School Christmas Break
This is a reminder that CA collects Box Tops through our CAA. The money raised from this project funds various school improvement projects. Last year we raised over $2000 through the Box Tops program alone! Please turn yours into your child’s teacher or Ms. Turnage in the front office.