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‘TEACHER APPRECIATION WEEK Is MAY 6-10. SHOW YOUR APPRECIATION WITH A QUICK NOTE IN THE PLANNER OR'A CARD IN THE MAIL!!! HAWK TALK may MAP News: Callao C8 students will be taking the MAP and 8th graders will also be taking EOCs (End of Course Exams) ‘May 6-17. Please encourage your kiddo to do their best. Their scores become a part of their permanent record, Students who scored Proficient and Advanced on the Spring 2018 MAP were treated toa Pizza Hut luncheon. Those stiudents who scored Advanced were treated to a movie, popcorn, and soda at the Macon Cinema! All MAP test-takers will be treated to a root beer float on Friday! Luncheon winners: Kate Backus, Dustin Payne, Landen Teter, Emily Dawson, Lina Sparks, Rachael Reh, Christina Knapp, Branden Jackson, Jessie Holman, Chelsea Edwards, Jezlyn Ford, Lauren Peterson, Addison Mattingly, Khloee Knapp, Jasmine Cross, Jessica Compton. Those students who attended the movie: Lina Sparks, Lauren Peterson, Khloee Knapp, and Rachael Reh. May 3: Mrs. Elrod?s 7" and s™ grade class will be going on a field trip to Colunbia, Details fron Mrs. Elrod will be forthcoming. ‘The Bevier Athletic Banquet will be held on Tuesday, May 7 @ 6:45. If your kiddo participated in Jr. High basketball or track you are cordially invited. Please bring two covered dishes. Meat and beverages are provided. ‘allao C8 Board of Education Meeting will be Thursday, May 9 @ the Kindergarten, first, and second grade will be going *BONKERS" on Friday, May 10. A sack lunch will be provided. ‘The bus will return before the end of the school day. More information will be made available from Mrs. Basler and Mrs. Stith, 8th graders will be attending the Business Fair on the Macon RI campus on Friday, May 10. Please have your 8° grade kiddo dress to represent success. While the 8* graders are away-~7® graders will be assisting Ms. Brandi in the cafeteria! ‘Alan Mahoney from the Callao Volunteer Fire Department has been conducting a year-long program with Mrs. Wisdem’s 3" and 4" grade students. The Survival Kids/RAD Kids Program teaches life skills such as fire safety, gun safety, water safety, burn prevention, Internet safety, calling 911 and defense tactics for stranger danger. On May 1@, Alan will conduct a graduation ceremony for those students completing the program. Thank you, Mr. Mahoney, for your time and dedication to this program. Title I is sponsoring a SCAVANGER HUNT beginning on Friday, May 171 More details will follow. Winners will be ‘announced at the Awards Assembly on the lost day of school! Kindergarten through eighth grade will be traveling to the Macon RI track to complete their Presidential Physical Fitness Test on Thursday, May 16. Following the mile run, students will enjoy the remainder of the day at Long Branch with a picnic and an organized kick ball game! Students will be back at Callao C8 before dismissal ALL LIBRARY BOOKS ARE DUE BACK IN THE LIBRARY ON MONDAY, MAY 20! Miss Bail will be presenting a Spring Concert on Monday, May 20 @ 7:00. It's a “School Days" theme! All students will be performing. K-2 will be dressed in beachwear (swim suits must be covered). They can bring towels if they wont. Third-8th grade students will be playing themselves. Boys can bring beach towels. Students will need to be in their classrooms by 6:45 on that evening. Make plans to attend. You will not be disappointed! Coach Moore is working hard to put together our Callao C8 Field Day which will be held on Tuesday, Nay 21. (Rain date will be Wednesday, May 22) There will be track and field events in the morning and water activities in the afternoon (weather permitting). It’s always a fun-filled, jam-packed day! School appropriate attire is expected. ‘The last day of school for the 2018-2019 school year will be Thursday, May 23. We will have an Awards Assembly beginning ot 11:30. On that day we will be recognizing several students as well cs honoring our kindergarteners and eighth grade class. A big shout-out to Chris and Rachel Jackson for fixing the bell—which will ensure our 8" graders will continue the tradition of the “ringing of the bell"