CHRIST THE KING SCHOOL NEWS NOTES

February 2, 2016

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CKS NAMES PRINCIPAL


Congratulations Mrs. Smith!

Fr. Paul Prabell has officially named Mrs. Paula Smith the principal of Christ the King School. We are so blessed that she will continue leading our wonderful school.

STUDENT APPRECIATION DAY

We love our students! The younger ones will enjoy bouncing in the gym and the older ones are heading bowling. Pre K - 5 students may enjoy an out-of-uniform day. Middle School students should wear their house shirts and can be out-of-uniform (no leggings, please) for the bottoms.

CKS STUDENTS SHINE IN GOVERNOR'S CUP COMPETITION

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The results are in! The annual district competition for Governor's Cup was held last week, and several CKS students are advancing to the regional competition.



Congratulations to Connor Sutton (Science), Zach DeGraff (Science & Composition), Elise Minion (Language Arts & Composition), and Maddie Yohon (Arts and Humanities). We are so proud of these students!


Regional competition will be held at Jessie Clark Middle School on Tuesday, February 9th, for composition only, and on Saturday, February 13th, for Science, Language Arts, and Arts and Humanities.

MISS MATTHEW'S CLASS STUDIES ANCIENT EGYPT

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WINTER COAT DRIVE

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Christ the King Parish, School, and CCD would like you to support the Salvation Army by donating gently used winter coats (child and adult sizes), scarves, gloves, and hats. Items can be dropped off from January 11th through February 5th. Collected items will be taken to the Salvation Army at the end of each week. Containers will be placed in Hehman Hall and in the elevator room inside the main entrance of the school. Let’s join together to help those in need within our own community. Stop by the hallway leading to Hehman Hall from the Adoration Chapel to see our “Coat of Many Colors” grow as items are collected. Thank you for your support!

“Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love.” -Mother Teresa

FAMILY NIGHT

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ART FAIR HELP

Mrs. Z. needs your help Thursday, February 4th. It's an easy, sit-down job! Choose from two shifts:

5:00p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Questions ? tzivkovic@ckslex.org

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VALENTINE CANDYGRAMS

Get your candygrams now! $1each or $20/class. If you purchase for the class, we will fill them out for you. Please be sure to specify class/grade and what you want on the “from” line. Firm DEADLINE for your order is MONDAY, February 8th. Visit http://ctkschool.net/cks/parents/webnotes under Fundraisers for the order form.


Please send orders to the office addressed to Candygrams, ATTN: Jill Johnson


Thank you for supporting the 8th graders in their efforts to raise funds for their trip to Washington, D.C!

FISH FRIDAY FRIDAY'S! PROCEEDS FEBRUARY 12th BENEFIT CKS...

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KING'S CLOSET SPRING CONSIGNMENT SALE

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The spring children's consignment sale will be held April 8th & 9th. Registration for the sale is now open, and sellers may register at https://www.myconsignmentmanager.com.


For specific information regarding the process, please visit our website at www.kingsconsignment.com.

GIRLS ON THE RUN

Girls on the Run Spring season will begin in February! Online Registration is now open. Girls on the Run is a transformational physical activity based on positive youth development for girls in grades third through fifth. We teach life skills through interactive lessons and running games. The sessions are embedded with a self-esteem enhancing curriculum and uplifting workouts in preparation for the 5K running event. The benefits of the program include a stronger sense of identity, a greater acceptance of self, a healthier body image, and an appreciation of being part of a positive team.


We will practice Wednesdays and Thursdays after school.


Please feel free to email hhoward@ckslex.org if you have any questions.

CAFETERIA VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!

We need your help in the cafeteria in February! Volunteer to help out during lunch at

http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20F0445A4A623A0FB6-cafe2

OPPORTUNITIES FOR SPIRITUAL GROWTH

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CATECHESIS FOR CHILDREN


FRIDAY NIGHT CATECHESIS

FOR CHILDREN


AGES 0-12

6:00-9:00 p.m.

$20 Per Family


Activities, Movie, Pizza, & Popcorn

February 12, March 18, April 18 & May 6


See http://ctkschool.net/cks/parents/webnotes under Events in the Diocese. Questions? Karen Kirkland ctkccd@cdlex.org

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LCH

Regional Admissions Reception: Wednesday, February 17, 2016, 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.

in the High Marks Center. Visit with faculty and staff, learn about our challenging curriculum, and take a student-led tour of our school. Questions? Please contact Mindy Towles, Director of Admissions, at mtowles@lexingtoncatholic.com or (859) 277-7183 ext.

Attention 7th and 8th grade girls interested in LCHS Softball: There will be pre-season conditioning from 3:30-5:30 p.m. on Mondays through Thursdays on Lexington Catholic’s softball field. Please enter and leave through the main stadium gates. Bring clothing for indoor and outdoor work, as well as glove and tennis shoes. Contact Coach Larry McCullough with questions at: lMcCullough@lexingtoncatholic.com Lexington Catholic High Softball Tryouts are schedule for February 15th from 3:30-5:30 p.m. at LCHS.


Knight Football: Off-season and strength conditioning 2016: Middle School will start Monday, February 1st, and will be able to train every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 3:25-4:45 p.m. if school is in session. Report to the field house behind LCHS for training. Please note, players must be enrolled in a partner school to participate. Please contact Coach Perry if you have any questions at mperry@lexingtoncatholic.com

Attire: Athletes are to wear:

- Lexington Catholic football shirts/shorts. If you do not have LC football shirts/shorts, you are to wear solid black, white, gray or blue attire. You can purchase LC attire at the Knights Kastle.

- White or black socks and athletic shoes.


We will do some training outside during weight lifting. Appropriate outside attire includes Lexington Catholic Sweatshirts and sweat pants. If you do not have LC sweat suits, see attire above.


Off-season Expectations:

- Be here on time (Kelly time = 10 minutes early) and be ready to work.

- Come in proper attire (reminders for those that need it).

- Be coachable, excited and demand the best from yourself and your teammates.

- Push each other, attack every set and rep, compete and have fun.

- Follow nutritional guidelines: eat like an athlete/champion.

SAVE THE DATES

2/2 Mega Mass
2/3 Student Appreciation Day
2/4 Celebrate Vocations
2/5 Teacher Appreciation Day
2/9 State of the School
2/15 President's Day No School