Cardinal Schools October 28, 2020
CARDINAL MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY TEAM WINS CVC CONFERENCE MEET
Congratulations to the CMS Girls Cross Country team for winning the CVC Valley Division conference meet on Thursday, October 15, 2020. Our girls finished as follows: Riley H. – 1st; Eve K. – 3rd; Aubreigh K. – 5th; Brynley K. – 8th; Haylie R. – 11th; and Elisabeth M. – 13th. Riley’s 1st place finish also earned her the CVC Valley Division MVP award! The team’s trophy is proudly on display at CMS. We would also like to also congratulate Grayson Y. on his 15th place finish in the boys’ division. Way to go team!
BUDDIES JOIN JES STUDENTS FOR LUNCH
Bring your favorite teddy bear (or other stuffed animal) to lunch day is ALWAYS a favorite with our JES pups and we are so excited that they get to do it again this year! Each year (and usually several times throughout the year) students are invited to bring their favorite stuffed animal to school with them and then bring it to lunch to eat with. All of the pups love showing and sharing their favorite buddies with their friends and our wonderful cafeteria staff always prepares a fun pancake lunch to go along with the occasion. All of our lunch visitors kept the appropriate social distancing and some even wore masks. (As a reminder, while our students are required to wear their masks throughout the school day, they do take them off to eat – which is why you see them without masks in the pictures.) Thanks to The Nutrition Group for a fun meal!
PARKMAN TRUSTEES DONATE TO DISTRICT
We would like to express our sincere appreciation to Parkman Township Trustees, Mr. Anderson, Mr. Duchscherer, and Mr. Ikeler, for their generous support of our district with the donation of two electrostatic sprayers, corresponding disinfectant solution, and thermal imaging cameras. The trio attended the Cardinal Board of Education meeting Wednesday, October 14, 2020 to be recognized. The sprayers will be used in our vehicles on a daily basis and are designed to deploy the solution so that it sticks to all sides of the surface that it is applied to. The cameras will help our staff monitor the temperature of every person that enters our building and alert us to any potential issues right away. The cameras are designed to monitor several temperatures at once thus decreasing congestion for school arrival in the mornings. These vital products will go a long way in helping to protect the health and well-being of all students, staff, and families during this unprecedented health crisis, and beyond. Our district continues to thrive and be successful because of the support of our local communities. We are grateful to Parkman Township and proud to be their partner in service.