Click the link below to watch the Calais Varsity Boys face the MA Boys.
This morning, the CHS girls basketball team played in Canada against St. Stephen. The girls ended up taking the victory. Congratulations Lady Devils! (Varsity girls team kneeling from left to right: Sophia McVicar, Olivia Huckins, Lauren Cook, & Serina Fredette. Standing from left to right: Coach Bill McVicar, Manager Katie Bitar, Kendra Stevens, Alexis Donahue, Nicole Nicholson, Nedra Bassett, Jasna Grilanc, Trinity Jones, Libby Bitar, Sage Phillips, & Manager Kathryn Archer.)
On December 10, 2018, SCRTC held the National Technical Honor Society Induction. National Technical Honor Society is an academic society that honors students in vocational technical programs. These students have shown great character and performance in their programs. Congratulations to the new inductees!
On Thursday December 6th, CES hosted the annual Polar Express/Frozen Event. This event has become one of the most popular CES events since its introduction in 2014. This year, over 300 kids attended. Attendees took rides on the Polar Express and participated in various holiday themed activities and crafts. Special thanks go to all the staff members and JMG students who helped with the event, especially to teacher Brenda Batson, who was the head of the event.
The following students participated in C.E.S. Royal Readers Challenge for the month of November: Abigail M., Cameron, Faith B.,Antha, Liam T., Brooke M., Cedar B., Tristan E., Kate M., Ariel M., Ethan C., Reese E., Lucas M.,Isabella E., Cailen, Keeley S., Logan L., Alexander P., Danniella F., Shaylah F., Leah G., Brooke C., Dylan S., Cecilia M. Josiah B., Jacob F., Aubrey A., Zachary B., Violet D., Sophia R., Maximillian K., James M., Ava T., Tristan (Please check out our Royal Reader wall at C.E.S. Our December Reading logs will be handed in on January 2nd . It’s never to late to join the challenge.)
CHS has a new award that honors staff members of the school. Staff members are nominated by fellow faculty and students, and are awarded on a quarterly basis. The first staff member of the quarter is custodian Ed Marshall. Ed is a very dedicated individual! He thinks of the overall appearance of the school. Ed responds promptly to meet any needs requested. He is one of those “behind the scenes” individuals that we would all be lost without. Ed is very kind to the kids and no matter what you need he will help you find it. Congratulations to Ed on receiving this award!
Today both Kindergarten classes took a field trip to Mingo’s tree farm. We learned how the Christmas trees are planted and how long it takes for them to be full grown. We also explored the wreath factory and saw how other Christmas decorations are made. Thank you for this experience Mingo’s and to our tour guide, Mr. Ellis for your time.