Week of February 11th, 2019
CHS Student Spotlight
CHS Students Complete ENABLE Transition Program: CHS 10th Graders, Grady Fitzsimons, and Henry Borner Du Cane joined a group of BHS students as a part of the ENABLE Program, an 8-week pilot program funded by the state on NJ that focused on job readiness, career exploration, and job training. The program is geared towards students with learning disabilities and teaches workplace readiness skills, provides job exploration opportunities, hone interviewing skills, and helps students develop their first resumes. The program shares a significant amount of commonality with our 10th Grade CAREER AWARENESS course that all CHS students take their sophomore year as a part of the CHS Self Program. But the opportunity to join with BHS was just too good to pass up. Congrats to Henry and Grady on a job well done!
PACS Meeting at CHS This TUESDAY, Feb. 12th at 8:30 AM: This Tuesday, February 12th, the Parent Association of Craig School (PACS) will be holding their team meeting at Craig High. It will begin right after drop off so if you ever wanted to check out a meeting and find out more about PACS and what they do for CHS, this would the perfect opportunity. Email PACS President, Lori Marano at email@example.com if you would like to sit in.
February Stepping Afterschool Out-Snow Tubing at Camp Gaw: Our annual snow tubing pilgrimage to Camp Gaw in Mahwah (200 Campgaw Road) is a couple weeks away. On Mon. Feb. 25th, we will leave right after school and be back at CHS for a 6:45 PM pick up. There is no cost to students other than the concession stand for goodies but there are a limited number of tickets available. To secure a tube, parents must fill out the SNOWTUBING WAIVER form which can be found at the link below (signed and initialed where necessary), print it, and submit it to the CHS main office-
Craig School Chili Throwdown NEWS: The countdown to the Craig School “Chili Throwdown” stands at 487 hours!! On Saturday, Feb. 23rd on our Lower-Middle School Campus (15 Tower Hill Road) in Mountain Lakes from 11-1PM it will be happening.
Start testing out your chili recipes, cleaning off your chili tasting spoon, and get ready for some good old fashioned Craig School Community fun. And remember, it’s not a community event if you aren’t part of it. We are looking for some solid CHS family representation so if you want a shot at taking down Dr. Cap’s award-winning turkey chili or Mrs. Cap’s defending Vegetarian Chili, we will see you on 23rd!
Monday, February 11th
Badger Hoops Home Game vs. Cornerstone High (9:38AM Tip Off, BHS Gym)
Tuesday, February 12th
Badger Bowling (3-4:30OM, Boonton Lanes)
2nd Trimester Progress Reports Coming Home
Wednesday, February 13th
Hoops Practice (3-5PM, Mt. Lakes)
Friday, February 15th
12PM Close: Mid-Winter Break
Monday and Tuesday, February 18th and 19th
School Closed: Mid-Winter Break