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CSA 2017-2018 Historian Presentation

Thank You Cheryl McIntyre – Our Pottery Cesit Teacher

 

The PTA would like to send a special Thanks and Bon Voyage
to Cheryl McIntyre.

Cheryl has been running our pottery cesit with endless energy and devotion
and she will be greatly missed as she and her family relocate this summer.
Thanks so much Cheryl!
You have been a great asset to our school and our kids!

Help Wanted: Chess Coach

“Fried liver,” “queen’s gambit,” “castlling”–do these phrases ring a bell for you? Would you like to help increase the ranks of our chess team? Then we need you!
The CSA Chess Team is looking for a chess coach to teach interested students how to play, to help more experienced players develop their game, and to increase student interest in local chess tournaments. We have a sponsor for the chess club, and we have a chess parent to supervise the team at tournaments. But we need you to help us build our chess skills.
This opportunity will start at the beginning of the 2018/19 school year, and volunteers must be registered for CSA with SBISD. If you are interested, please contact Jean Tanner for more details.
Thanks!

Volunteers Needed – 8th Grade Dance

Looking for volunteers to help with the 8th Grade Dance: http://signup.com/go/hxFLkxx

Get Involved: Looking for Committee Chairs

If you are interested in filling a committee chair position for next year, please contact Jennifer Major, at jennifer.r.major@gmail.com, as soon as possible. She has already been hard at work filling positions. A complete list of committees are below.
Auction
Assistant Treasurer
Celebrations
Healthy Lifestyle
Library Liaison
Legislative rep
Paving the Way – Check Writing Campaign
Directory
Rebates
Reflections
Running for the Arts
SBEF Liaison
School Supplies
Spanish Liaison
Spirit Nights
Spirit Wear
Teacher Appreciation
Odyssey of the Mind
Back to School Night

6th Grade Parents: Parties Are Available

Attention 6th Grade Parents
Parties Are Available

 

There are two 6th grade Teacher parties that are coming up in May. Both parties have quite a few spots left.
Dairy Ashford Skating Party on Friday, May 18, 4:30-6:30 p.m. with Ms. Grant, Ms. Kenny, Ms. Heideman – Includes 2 hours of Skating, Skate rental (if needed), Pizza, Drink and dessert 26 spots left for $30, or buy two for $60 and bring a friend. (again, these include a generous donation to CSA PTA)
Track 21 on Saturday, May 19, 10:00-11:30 a.m. with Ms. Bartling and Ms.Walpole – Enjoy Laser Tag, Go-Carting, Mini-Golf and a snack. There are 7 spots left. Each spot is $60 (which includes a generous donation to CSA PTA)
IF you have a 6th grader or know any 6th grade parents, please help spread the word and get these parties SOLD!! The Teachers would like to have their lists complete by Friday, May 10.
Please have interested persons reply back to me, Betsy Humphrey, emhhumphrey@gmail.com, or they can go online and purchase at www.charityauction.bid/csabirthdaybash
Thank you all for your awesome support!!
Betsy and Stephanie

Need Volunteers – End of Year Hot Dog Lunch


End of Year Hot Dog Lunch
Volunteers Needed Sign up Here:

STAAR Test Week: Sign up to Bring Breakfast


Breakfast Sign Ups for Staff
STAAR Test Week
May 14th-18th
Sign up HERE to bring

something for staff breakfasts the week of May 14th-18th.

CSA School Supplies – 2018-19 School Year

Order your school supplies for the 2018-19 school year.  Online sales are open May 4th – June 15th.

Teacher Appreciation Week


Teacher Appreciation Week
May 7th – 11th

Nominating Committee: Slate of 2018-19 Officers

Our nominating committee has been hard at work on our Executive Board slate for next year.  We are happy to present the following slate of officers for 2018-19:
 
President: Susan Marks
1st Vice President – Membership/Programs: Heather Burkhart
2nd Vice President – Ways and Means: Shyla Funk
Treasurer: Meredith Moore
Recording Secretary: Jane Leverett
Parlimentarian:  Jennifer Major
 
This slate will be voted on at our Thursday, May 10th PTA meeting at 6:30 pm. If you have any input regarding the slate prior to May 10th, please contact our Parliamentarian, D’Nette Dodds.
 
If you are interested in filling a committee chair position for next year, please contact Jennifer Major, as soon as possible. She has already been hard at work filling positions. A complete list of committees are below.
 
  • Auction
  • Assistant Treasurer
  • Back to School Night
  • Celebrations
  • Directory
  • Healthy Lifestyle
  • Library Liaison
  • Legislative rep
  • Odyssey of the Mind
  • Paving the Way – Check Writing Campaign
  • Rebates
  • Reflections
  • Running for the Arts
  • SBEF Liaison
  • School Supplies
  • Spanish Liaison
  • Spirit Nights
  • Spirit Wear
  • Teacher Appreciation

Odyssey of the Mind: State Competition

Odyssey of the Mind
State Competition

 

Congratulations to the CSA Kids who competed in the
Odyssey of the Mind State competition on April 14th.

 

8th graders Katie Donnel, Camden Graham, Devon Schwartz & Adam Shugart along with 8th graders from SFMS Bradie Babin, Avery Cooper & Holly Kiker won 3rd place in Triathlon Travels.

This team also earned a very special award for creativity (the Renatra Fusca award) which was given to only one team out of the 133 teams competing. They will advance to World Finals in Iowa.

8th graders Caroline Langenkamp, Abby Fournier, Maddie Schmidt, Matthew Eubanks, and 7th grader Sebastian Warren along with 7th grader from MMS Andrew Carles placed 4th in A Stellar Hangout.

6th graders Archer Liga, Tanner Ramey, Ivan Ting, Sarah Schwartz, Matthew Fenz, Sonya Stelmak along with 6th grader from SFMS Ember Thiele won 7th place in Triathlon Travels.

Library News

The Teen Library Council is organizing a book swap for the entire school. If your child has gently used middle school appropriate books in his or her collection that they would like to bring in to be able to exchange for other books, that would be great! For each book your child (up to a total of 5) brings, they will be eligible to swap for the same number of other books to read. We want to encourage you to help your child do some spring cleaning of their bookshelf and join in the fun. They can bring their books to the library for the next two weeks and then we will conduct the swap in May.

Band News

May 6th

May 10th

May 12th

Mr. Bundrick’s 10th annual Concert Pub Jam Day 5636 Richmond Ave.
Fine Arts Spring Review in Auditorium
Stage Band plays at Schlitterbahn, Galveston 10:00am

CSA Luau

CSA Luau
Friday, May 4th
3:30-6:00pm

Memorial Markettes Spring Show

Memorial Markettes
Spring Show
April 27 & 28

7:00pm

Tickets are $15

Stratford Spartanaire Tryouts

Stratford Spartanaires

JV & Varsity Tyouts

April 24th-27th
4:00-6:00pm 

Memorial HS Color Guard Auditions

Memorial HS Color Guard Auditions

 

Attention 8th Graders: Do you like performing for others? Do you want to learn how to spin a flag, a rifle, and a saber? Do you want a FUN way to earn your P.E. credit in high school? You can do all of these things and more in the Memorial High School Color Guard! There will be a Color Guard Training Clinic and Audition the week of April 30 – May 4 from 4:00-5:30pm in the Memorial High School Performing Arts Center. For more information and an audition packet, visit www.memorialband.com and click on the Color Guardlink.

Newspring Art Auction – 2018

Newspring Art Auction
May 4th from 6-8pm

Featuring artwork boy the students of Spring Branch ISD

Running for the Arts Fest

Registration Form
English/Spanish

Have you heard the news?
 
Online Registration for Running for the Arts Fest 5K is OPEN!
Join us on Saturday, May 5 for the 2018 Running for the Arts Fest! The fun begins at 8 a.m. with a competitive and non-competitive 5K. The Kids K will kick off at 9 a.m. Following the races, stick around for the family-friendly arts festival, featuring:
  • Artisan Marketplace showcasing local artists and artisans selling handcrafted goods
  • Kids Zone
  • Live musical entertainment
  • Street painting contest
  • SBISD Art Auction inside the Altharetta Yeargin Art Museum
  • Food trucks
The Arts Fest will open at 8 a.m. and close at 12 p.m. Parking will be available in the garage at the University of Phoenix building, located at 11451 Katy Fwy, Houston 77079. Limited parking will also be available in the front lot of Wilchester Elementary and in the south lot of Westchester Academy.
LOCATION: Altharetta Yeargin Art Museum, 901 Yorkchester, Houston 77079 (corner of Brit Oak and Yorkchester, next to Westchester Academy and across from Wilchester Elementary School)
Fun for the whole family!
Registration Fees
18 and Under
19 and Over
Sleep-In Sponsor
5K Non-Competitive/Kids K (by 5/2)
$20
$25
$70
5K Competitive Run (by 5/2)
$25
$30
$70
5K Non-Competitive/Kids K (5/3-5/4)
$30
$35
$80
5K Competitive Run (5/3-5/4)
$35 $40 $80
Sleep In and Support SBEF!
Can’t make it to Running for the Arts Fest? Don’t worry! Register as a Sleep-in Sponsor and support SBEF while you snooze! Sleep-in sponsors receive 4 t-shirts with each registration.
Proceeds from the Running for the Arts Fest benefit Spring Branch ISD’s ARTS Partners Program. The ARTS Partners Program affords many SBISD students the opportunity to visit and experience an art performance at an exceptional cultural arts venue, which otherwise may not be possible. Proceeds also benefit the SBISD Health Fitness Program to provide equipment and assistance to SBISD Heath Fitness Departments.