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District Spelling Bee Champion Crowned

After an epic 18 round battle on Friday, January 13th, the Cardinal Local School District crowned 6th grader Hennessy M. as the 2016-17 Spelling Bee Champion! Hennessy beat out 23 other spellers from grades 3-8, winning on the word “closure.” She will now represent Cardinal in the Geauga County Spelling Bee to be held February 7th. Coming in 2nd was 6th grader Gavin B., 3rd place went to 3rd grader Elisabeth M. and rounding out the top 4 was 7th grader Stevie H. Congratulations to our winners and to all of the students who participated in the bee!

Pictured In Top Photo: The Cardinal School District crowned a spelling bee champion on Friday, January 13, 2017. From left, winner 6th grader Hennessy M.; 2nd place winner, 6th grader Gavin B.; 3rd place winner, 3rd grader Elisabeth M.; and 4th place winner, 7th grader Stevie H.

Geauga County Judge Presents Ohio Flag to CMS

The Cardinal Local School District was honored to have Geauga County Juvenile Court Judge Timothy Grendell present an Ohio flag to Cardinal Middle School on Thursday, January 12, 2017. Judge Grendell came to the middle school and spoke to students in 5th grade. Students shared their rather impressive knowledge of Ohio State flag facts and Ohio history with the judge and his staff. The judge also took time to talk about Ohio history, juvenile court processes, and answer student questions about his career, his cases, and his height (6’7″ for anyone who is wondering.) He also presented the school with a certificate showing the flag he gave flew over the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus on December 5, 2016.

We appreciate the time he took with our students, thank you Judge Grendell.

Pictured In Bottom Left Photo: Geauga County Juvenile Court Judge Timothy Grendell presents an Ohio flag to Cardinal Middle School on Thursday, January 12, 2017. (L to R): CMS Principal Dr. Jennifer Sabol, Judge Timothy Grendell, 5th graders Sam O., Jesse O., and Emma G., Judge Grendell’s Assistant Kim Laurie, and Cardinal Superintendent Dr. Scott J. Hunt. Not pictured: Geauga County Constable John Ralph.

Pictured In Bottom Right Photo: Geauga County Juvenile Judge Timothy Grendell speaks to 5th graders at Cardinal Middle School. Grendell delivered the Ohio State flag (held by Sam O. and Emma G.) to the school.

Cardinal to Host First Family Fun Fest

The Cardinal Local School District would like to invite all of our families and community members to attend our first Family Fun Fest! The free event will be held on Thursday, February 2nd from 4:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. at Cardinal Middle School. There will be music, food, and activities to help get kids active and engaged.

This event is about family, fun, and developing a passion in our kids. It is proudly provided by Cardinal Middle School, the Geauga County Educational Service Center, and area church youth programs. Hope to see you there!

Parent-Teacher Conferences Reminder

As a reminder, parent-teacher conferences will be coming up for each building during the month of February. The middle school will host their conferences on Thursday, February 2nd from 3:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Cardinal High School conferences are scheduled for Thursday, February 16th – also from 3:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Jordak Elementary and Cardinal Intermediate schools will host parent conferences on Wednesday, February 22nd from 4:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. Please call your child’s school office to schedule a conference appointment.

2017-18 School Calendar Available 

The 2017-2018 school calendar is now available on the District’s website, Cardinal Local School District. You can find a link to it on the right side of the page in the ‘Quick Links’ section.

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