The Cavalier Connection

January 2020 (Week of January 27th)

Welcome to the Cunningham Cavalier Smore Newsletter!

Welcome!


This is the new newsletter for all things dealing with your Cunningham Cavaliers! This will be updated on a weekly basis. We will post important dates, fun things that your students are learning in class, and monthly highlights! Please also make sure you check out our facebook page as well as our website for other updates and information! Enjoy!


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Boys Basketball Games

Boys Basketball vs. Aldrich 2

Tuesday, Jan. 28th, 4pm

1859 Northgate Drive

Beloit, WI

Boys Basketball vs. Franklin 3

Thursday, Jan. 30th, 4:15pm

1649 South Chatham Street

Janesville, WI

Girls Swim Meets

Girls Swim-Dual City Meet

Thursday, Jan. 30th, 4:45pm

1225 4th Street

Beloit, WI

MAPS Testing!

We will be taking our winter MAPS testing through the end of the month. MAPS test scores are used to determine placement for students in classes such as Language Arts and Math as well as academic interventions so doing well on these tests are very important! Please encourage your student to try their best! As an added bonus, each grade level will be giving out incentives for doing well on the tests!
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Tardy Policy for 6th, 7th and 8th Graders!

We have an new policy in place for our upper grades at Cunningham. When the bell rings, teachers have been told to shut the door, students that are not in the room will be sent to the office to get a lunch detention pass and returned to class.

8th Grade EXPO at Beloit Memorial High School!

Math 24!

Cunningham students did a great job representing the Cavaliers at the Math 24 meet!

Recess Fun!

This is our social worker Mrs. Miller throwing a football outside at recess!
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Brrr!

Please remember that it's getting colder outside. With that being said, please make sure that students are bundled up to come to school as they still go outside as long as the temperatures are above 10 degrees with windchill. If temperatures are below 10 degrees with windchill students will be indoors, in the morning when temperatures are that low students will not be let in the building until 8:00 AM unless they are with a morning program.
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Morning Program Friendly Reminder!

Students in the morning program are allowed to come in door 9 in the back of the building between 7:30 and 7:45. If students arrive after 7:45 they will have to wait outside until students come in at 8:10.
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Wisconsin State Reading Association Featured Book of the Week!

Interest Grades: 5-8

Amal Unbound

Aisha Saeed

Life is quiet and ordinary in Amal’s Pakistani village, but she had no complaints, and besides, she’s busy pursuing her dream of becoming a teacher one day. Her dreams are temporarily dashed when--as the eldest daughter--she must stay home from school to take care of her siblings. Amal is upset, but she doesn’t lose hope and finds ways to continue learning. Then the unimaginable happens--after an accidental run-in with the son of her village’s corrupt landlord, Amal must work as his family’s servant to pay off her own family’s debt.

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The United Way Blackhawk Region's Imagination Library

UNITED WAY BLACKHAWK REGION IN PARTNERSHIP WITH DOLLY PARTON’S IMAGINATION LIBRARY

What is Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library?

Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library is a book gifting program that mails free, high-quality books to children from birth until age 5. The program is designed to open a child’s mind to faraway places, exciting adventures, and sets them on the pathway to early literacy and lifelong learning.

What does it cost?

There is no cost to the families who receive the books. Books are paid for by the Dolly Parton Foundation and with an almost $200,000 investment by United Way Blackhawk Region in 2018, the program is now available to children in Beloit, Edgerton and Janesville.

How does it work?

Children in eligible communities can enroll in the program from the day they are born. Once they’re signed up, they receive a book through the mail each month until their fifth birthday.

How do I sign my child up?

Parents, legal guardians or legal custodians may enroll children by visiting LiveUnitedBR.org/FreeBooks.

Once a short survey is completed, you will be directed to a registration portal. Once families register, a follow-up email will be sent.

School District of Beloit Revitalization Task Force

We have created a link and webpage for all information regarding the Revitalization Task Force. Please check out the District's Revitalization Task Force webpage for all updated information. There is even a spot to ask questions -