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Primary
Slovik / Perchard / Connaughton / Lenz


Grade 1
Scoutelas/Falino

Grade 2
DiBernardo/Vliet

Grade 3

McGarry/Lallathin

 
Grade 4
Miller/Soule

Grade 5
Smith/McLean

FutureMinds

Kanzinger, Bill

Spanish

Williams, Kwabene

Spillers, Gloria
Ms. Boyer's Weekly Newsletter


Lower School Student Government 2017-2018

The Lower School looks to its student leaders in LSSGA to work with administration, plan events, and communicate important news with their homerooms.  We are proud of the third and fourth grade students who prepared posters and gave well-prepared, enthusiastic speeches to become LSSGA officers earlier this week. Here are our election results for 2017-18:

President: Rebecca Deese 
Vice President: Libby Wells 
Secretary: Piper Monteith 
Treasurer: Cate Broderick 

Left to right: Cate Broderick, Rebecca Deese, Libby Wells 
and Piper Monteith


Second Grade Studies Africa
Ethiopian Angels

Student writing based on Ethiopian stories

 Authentic dishes from Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt made by parents

Sports Day!

Thanks Ms. Green, this is awesome!

We all have our own way of doing things!
































































Lower School Technology Coffee
Power Point available! Please click link below to access.
On Tuesday of last week, we held our LS Technology Coffee.  At that coffee Dave, Elizabeth, and I shared student survey results, as well as information and tips to help you as parents manage your child's technology use.  The attached Power Point was shown at the meeting, and we found the survey results from our third, fourth, and fifth graders especially interesting.











Mark Your Calendars:

Thursday, May 25, 6:30 p.m.  Fifth Grade Celebration

Friday, May 26... Last day of School - Dismissal at 12:00pm for LS 


Friday, May 26... Last day of School EVENTS!

LE-2 classroom celebrations from 8:15-9:15

LS Awards & Celebration Assembly from 9:20 to 10:20

Gr. 3-5 classroom celebrations from 10:20-11:00 

LS dismissal for all students is at noon.  





              Summer Reading Program
Students in all grades are encouraged to read as much as possible  throughout the summer. CFA's Reading Specialists are proud to reward readers through the Summer Reading Program. The top 3 readers in rising grades K through 5 (based on the number of pages read) will earn a gift card to Barnes and Noble! Emergent readers' parents may read books aloud to their child and log the number of pages. On May 27, you will be able to access the link to the Summer Reading Submission Form that will contain more details. All readers will be recognized. 

100 Mile Club


100 Mile Club, lower school's early morning running club ended the year with many children reaching their goal of running or walking 50, 75 or 100 miles! Below is a list of their achievements:

50 Miles:
Lilleigh Hodges (LE)
Vance Lenz (LE)
Maggie Giblin (K)
Reese Ragon (K)
Ivy Lenz (grade 1)
Cate Boggio (grade 2)
Tala Holliday (grade 2)
Kathleen Moulton (grade 5)

75 Miles:
Kelsie Connaughton (K)
Rowan Smalley (K)
Tessa Fancy (grade 1)
Evan Rienks (grade1)
Daniel Giblin (grade 2)
Everlee Miller (grade 2)
Maya Whitwell (grade 2)
Ava Fancy (grade 3)
Charlee Vliet (grade 5)

100 Miles:
Jackson Vliet (grade 2)
Annie McNamara (grade 3)
Eden Rienks (grade 3)
Megan Connaughton (grade 5)
Cooper Herrett (grade 5)-140 Miles!

School Record:
Alec Halna du Fretay (grade 4)-161 Miles!




Don't miss your chance

PA Tuition Raffle

Make sure to buy your ticket for a chance to win a full year’s tuition! Tickets are $100, only 350 tickets will be sold. The winner will be announced May 26. Buy your tickets here!




Yearbooks are still available for purchase in the Lower/Middle School office. These beautiful books are $85.00 and commemorate Cape Fear Academy's 50th year! 



Lower School Technology Coffee
Power Point available! Please click link below to access.
On Tuesday of last week, we held our LS Technology Coffee.  At that coffee Dave, Elizabeth, and I shared student survey results, as well as information and tips to help you as parents manage your child's technology use.  The attached Power Point was shown at the meeting, and we found the survey results from our third, fourth, and fifth graders especially interesting.











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Kelly Borton,
May 10, 2017, 10:49 AM
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Susan Boyer,
Nov 11, 2016, 6:02 AM
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Kelly Borton,
May 19, 2017, 6:48 AM