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2018-19 School Supply Lists

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Classical School families, When you begin to prepare for the 2018-19 school year, please see the school supply list for each of your student’s grade levels. The lists are located in the Current Families section of our website under Parent Resources. If you shop for school supplies on Amazon, please consider using AmazonSmile to benefit the Classical Charter School Association (CCSA). As a Wisconsin not-for-profit corporation, the CCSA is eligible for contributions from Amazon through their AmazonSmile Foundation. Every time you shop at smile.amazon.com, 0.5% of the purchase price from eligible items will be donated to the CCSA at no cost…

STOPit Bully Reporting Disabled Over Summer

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Our STOPit Bully & Incident Reporting service will not be accepting any reports from June 9th through September 3rd over the summer break. Alternative Reporting options during the summer break: – Report incidences to school offices during school hours – Use the online reporting form available on your school’s website – Report incidences to the Summer School Coordinator, Mrs. Campshure, during the Summer School session As always, in case of emergency, call the Appleton Police Department. Creating a safe and welcoming environment continues to be a priority in the Appleton Area School District. All STOPit accounts will reset at the start of…

Meet & Greet Scheduled for August 29th

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Classical School’s Meet & Greet open house is scheduled for Wednesday, August 29, from 3:00 to 5:00 pm. Meet and Greet is designed to give parents and teachers an informal way of getting to know one another. Families may stop in at their student’s homeroom at any time during the open house (homerooms are typically posted at school in mid-August). Students should bring their school supplies to Meet & Greet to drop-off in their classroom, so they do not need to bring as many things on the first day of school. School supply lists may be found on the website:  http://www.classicalcharter.com/current-families/parent-resources/

Principal’s Address

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100 Reasons to Celebrate the 2017-18 School Year!       School Events~    A successful Fall Fest was led by Coordinator, Anne Krieg and the Fall Fest Committee members, and attended by a large number of Classical families despite the rain! The Scholastic Book Fair, led by Laurie Munson, was once again a great success. The Book Fair earned books for classroom libraries, gifts of books for teachers, and provided book donations to the community. Family fun was had by all at events such as Rockin’ 50s and 60s school dance coordinated by parent volunteers, Dia Thao & Annie Knudson….

Notes from the CCSA Board

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The Classical Charter School Association (CCSA) board would like to begin our final note of the year by saying, “Thank you!” to our entire Classical School community for another wonderful year of learning. We also wish our graduating 8th graders the very best as they continue their educational pursuits in high school next fall. Below is one final curricular update to share, approved earlier this month, for implementation during the next academic year. In the fall of 2014, the CCSA Board voted in favor of adding Latin instruction in grades K-8 to the curriculum. The Board hoped that the addition…

Principal’s Address

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School Anxiety Every student worries or gets the odd case of butterflies in the stomach, but perhaps you are concerned that your child is experiencing a higher level of stress or anxiety which interferes with learning and overall happiness. There are many different kinds of anxiety, which is one of the reasons it can be hard to detect in the classroom. This anxiety may manifest itself in behaviors you might not associate with anxiety such as the following: Inattention and Restlessness When a child is squirming in his/her seat and not paying attention, we tend to think of ADHD but…

Notes from the CCSA Board

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For the CCSA Board the month for May is for evaluation to ensure both our short and long term goals are aligned to our school’s mission. A large part of that process is gathering feedback from everyone invested in Classical School. To that end you will find a link below to a short online survey. We ask that each family consider spending a few minutes to provide your feedback. Last year we were successful in hearing from so many of our families who provided valuable insights and ideas and we hope for even more responses this year. While this is…

Fang’s Reading Club Logs Due April 6th

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Kindergarten through 8th grade students who choose to participate in Fang’s Reading Club may earn a free ticket to the April 27th Wisconsin Timber Rattlers game by completing and documenting four hours of free-time reading at home. Those completing the reading requirement will also receive a voucher for a free hot dog and soda. The four hours of time need to be documented on the reading log; the completed log is due to Classical School by Friday, April 6th. Classical School will have a section reserved so families can enjoy the game together. Parents, family members, and friends will be…