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CMS Student Wins Gymnastic Championship! Congratulations to CMS 6th grader Ronee C. on her state gymnastics performance! Ronee earned a state championship in the vault with a score of 9.625. Eighth Grade Slavery Projects Students in Mr. Kruse’s 8th Grade U.S. History Course have been studying Slavery in the United States prior to the Civil War. Students … Read more

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Open Enrollment for 2017-2018 School Year to Begin May 1st! The Cardinal Local School District would like to announce that the open enrollment period for the 2017-18 school year will run from May 1st – August 1st, 2017. Open enrollment is for students who live outside of the Cardinal Local School District and do not currently … Read more

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Wacky Snacks for Wacky Wednesday in First Grade Wacky Snack Wednesday was a delicious treat for students in Mrs. Kate Pike’s 1st grade classroom. In March, students spent a week learning about Dr. Seuss and every day brought a different “theme” with it. So on this particular day, students dressed up in their wackiest outfits and used pretzels, … Read more

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Open Enrollment Renewal Deadline March 31st A reminder to families who have students currently attending Cardinal schools under open enrollment – renewal applications for the 2017-18 school year are due no later than Friday, March 31, 2017. Please contact the Board Office if you need a new application. Families who wish to enroll new students under open enrollment … Read more

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CIS Students Help Read Millions of Books 3,719,043 – that’s the total number of books 3rd and 4th grade students helped read during the nationwide Renaissance Learning Read Quest event March 3rd. Our students joined thousands of others across the country who spent the day reading books and nonfiction articles, and then completed quizzes on what they read. Renaissance tracked … Read more