The Bear Bulletin
Christ the King Catholic School's Bi-Weekly Newsletter
September 8, 2020
More Recess Fun
8th Grade Elections
Sergio Mendez-Diaz - President, Alex Jansen - Vice-President, Myles Ramer - Secretary,
Isabella Nguyen - 8th Gr. Virtual Ambassador, Tatiana Spond - 7th Gr. Virtual Ambassador
Mary Claire Lasseter - 8A Class Rep., Eric Frank - 8B Class Rep., William Mercer - 8C Class Rep.
Brayden Hiller - 7A Class Rep, GiGi Segovia - 7B Class Rep, Vivian Allmendinger - 7C Class Rep.
Happy Birthday Mary!
Jr. High Meditation
Cityscapes in Art Class
DEAR Time, which stands for Drop Everything And Read, is a much anticipated activity for students. Fourth grade students brought blankets and books from home and enjoyed creating a place to cozy up and enjoy a good book.
The Smiles Behind the Mask
News from the Bear Den...ROAR!
We held our first ever Mountie Volleyball game last Wednesday here at the Christ the King Bear Den. Our 8th grade CTK girls led the team to victory by roaring past the Forest Heights Falcons. Ummm that Falcon leg was mighty tasty... kinka like chicken!!! The Mounties 7th grade team is currently 1-0 and the 8th grade team is 2-0. We are hungry for more!
Our Firecrackers kicked off their first game this past Tuesday at Scott Field holding their own against the Pinnacle View SkyHawks. The team has been conditioning since this summer, working hard to defend our title from last year. Go Firecrackers!!!!
Stay tuned for more epic battles from the Bear Den...ROARRRR FEED THE BEAR!!!!
Meet Our New Teachers
A couple of weeks ago we introduced you to a few of our new teachers. This week we're feature our other new teachers, Mr. Drakes and Mr. Hawkins.
PTO Lunch and Learn
With over 120 views this year's PTO Lunch and Learn was a success! Maggie Young, President of Southwest EAP, gave a presentation on "Managing Your Children's Worries and Anxiety During COVID-19". Her presentation covers how to identify, address, and monitor these concerns. It is a wonderful presentation and applies to any child who has worries and anxiety, not necessarily related to COVID-19.
Click here to watch the presentation: https://youtu.be/japevnVIZlU