Cougar Courier

Greetings from Dr. Garcia

October 12, 2019

Signs of fall are everywhere and quarter one is coming to an end, and it's a perfect time to have your scholars reflect on times of transition. We had a wonderful start to the school year and are excited to see what the rest of the semester entails. Please remember that scholars do not have school October 16th-18th of this week. We will return to school on Monday, October 21st.

Our volleyball team will play in the City Championship tournament at LaSalle Academy this week. If our ladies win the first game, they will play for the City Championship. We are the reigning City Champs and are determined to win it again this year! Please come out to cheer the Lady Cougars on. The first game starts at 5:30 pm. We hope to see you at LaSalle on Monday, October 14th (be sure to where your Cougar gear)!

If you haven't signed up for our Trivia Night on November 8th, please do so soon. We are looking forward to a fun family friendly event! Check out the flyer for more information.

We are excited to welcome our new choir teacher, Mr. Geoff Carter, to the CIA family. Mr. Carter helps direct the Children's Choir of Michiana and has a rich music background. Welcome, Mr. Carter!

Have a wonderful weekend, and we will see your scholars on Monday.


Dr. Garcia

Hello from Art Class!

Cabin Days Were a Hit!

Dates to Know

October 17th & 18th- Fall break. No school for students.

October 21st-25th- Book Fair at CIA

October 22nd- PTSO meeting at 5:30 pm in the library. Please enter Door 4

October 23rd- Parent Teacher Conferences from 5:00-7:30

October 30th- Showcase of Schools at Century Center 6:00-7:30 (the date is different from the original date). All parents of 8th grade scholars are encouraged to attend.

November 6th- Delayed Start for Professional Development. School starts at 10 am.

November 6th- "Talks with Todd" (Dr. Cummings) at Martin's at Erskine Plaza. 8:30-9:30 am

November 8th- CIA Trivia Night at 6:00 pm

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