CPA Tiger Talk
September 27-October 1, 2021
If you prefer, our liaisons will be happy to translate or explain any announcements in Tiger Talk or answer any questions you have about CPA. Contact Maikao Lee at 651-280-4545 (Hmong), Mariana Majil at 651-280-3742 (Spanish), or Paw Nay Bu at 651-280-4591 (Karen) for support.
Words of Wisdom from CPA
On September 21, people from all across the globe celebrated the International Day of Peace. The International Day of Peace was put into place by the United Nations in 1981. It is a day for everyone, everywhere, to focus on what we can do to make our world a more peaceful place.
At CPA, students participated in a variety of activities in honor of the International Day of Peace. Students folded origami cranes, researched ways to promote peace in their local communities, created artwork for a peace mural, wrote personal peace pledges, and more.
Celebrations like the International Day of Peace are a great opportunity for us to see that we, the CPA community, are not alone in our work of building peace. There are people just like us all around the world doing the work and making a difference. Thanks for being part of our community and helping this global effort!
Ethical Principle of the Month
Elementary School Spotlight
Middle School Spotlight
High School Spotlight
Ethical Quote of the Week
Elementary Update from Ms. Huml
Attention High School Juniors and Families!
Celebrating Hispanic & Latino history, heritage, & accomplishments
Visit the National Park Service website to learn about the Hispanic and Latino history and heritage that can be found in national parks or explored through National Parks programming. This is a great way to learn about the history, heritage, and accomplishments of Hispanic and Latino Americans of past and present.
CPA is NOT Streaming Athletic Competitions
Application for Educational Benefits
Daily Health Screening
Due to the ongoing pandemic, we need to be extra careful about spreading any illnesses at school. Parents should do a health screening of their children each morning before school. If students are not feeling well or have symptoms of any illness, please keep them home for the day. If students exhibit any of the symptoms of COVID-19 listed below, they must be tested for COVID-19 before returning to school. COVID-19 symptoms include:
Fever or chills
Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
Muscle or body aches
New loss of taste or smell
Congestion or runny nose
Nausea or vomiting