Cedar Crest Intermediate

November 4, 2022

Message from Mrs. Williams

CCI Families,

Happy Friday! Please check out the following highlights in the newsletter this week!

  • Consent for Nurse Waninger's health talk
  • Bus Expectations: please remind students
  • Basketball and Cheer parents, please sign up to work concessions
  • VETERAN's DAY is next week Friday, check out more information below

Have a wonderful weekend!

As always, if you have any questions or concerns don't hesitate to reach out! cassie.williams@sedubois.k12.in.us

Nurse Waninger's Health Talk Concent

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CCI Basketball and Cheer

We are in need of parents to work the concession stand during home basketball games. Please sign up as many times as you'd like:) Be sure to click on the correct link!

6th Grade Boys:


6th Grade Girls:


5th Grade Boys:


5th Grade Girls:


Staff Book Study: What Happened To You

CCI Teachers and Staff are reading "What Happened to You" by Dr. Bruce Perry and Oprah Winfrey as a book study. We thought that parents would be interested as the book discusses how our childhood experiences shape who we become as adults. Here's part 3/7. We hope you enjoy!
What Happened To You? Conversations on Trauma, Resilience, and Healing 3/7
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Parent Glossary:)

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Ranger of the Month

These students are selected by their teachers for showing up to school each day with exceptional character and worth ethic.
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Lost and Found (located at the entrance of the Café)

Transportation Information

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Does your child ride a bus?

Students who ride a SED school bus are reminded of safety and behavior expectations.

  • Students should remain seated while the bus is in motion.
  • Students should face forward.
  • Students should keep their hands to themselves--no touching others.
  • Voice levels should remain normal, with no screaming or yelling.
  • No foul language or inappropriate hand gestures.
  • No food or drinks, with the exception of water bottles.
  • All school rules apply

Riding a school bus is a privilege, not a requirement by SED. Please ensure that your students are adhering to the rules. Students who do not follow these rules will receive school consequences and may be removed from the bus.


When a student is unable to attend school due to illness or other causes, parents/guardians are required to notify your child’s homeroom teacher and school office by 7:50. Please note parent name, student name, homeroom teacher, and reason for absence.

If a student needs to leave school during the day for a health-related appointment, please give your homeroom teacher and the school office advance notice of the appointment and time. This will allow staff to prepare for departure and missed schoolwork. Students shall be picked up at the office (Door 1). If someone other than a parent/guardian or person with permission (with a signed note on file at the office) is picking up the student, special directions to permit the child to leave must be received from the parent/guardian. No student shall be released to someone other than a parent/guardian or another pre-approved person.

Please contact the office at 812-817-0900 Extension 2 or holli.land@sedubois.k12.in.us

Doctors’ notes are required for health-related appointments

Night with the Marching Rangers

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Ranger Choir Schedule

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Plan Ahead for Next Year

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Cedar Crest PTO

For more information or on how to get involved, please contact our PTO President Trisha Boehm at trishaboehm1982@gmail.com. Click HERE for the minutes from the October 24, PTO meeting.

In lieu of a Traditional Fundraiser

Instead of selling items to friends and family, we are asking for your help! We are hoping to raise enough money to fund our end-of-year field trips for students. Our goal is $5,000. We have money through the Ranger gear sales and the Trivia Night event. We have also had parents make donations so our total is higher than it was yesterday. If every student donates $19, we will reach our goal! If your family is feeling generous, you could sponsor your child and a family who cannot afford the $19. Thank you in advance!
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Forest Park Athletic Website

For updated scores, schedules, and general information, check out the new FP athletics website!

Click the image above for Staff Favorites

One School, One Book

For quarter 2, we are reading "My Life as a Potato" by Arianne Costner. Please choose one answer from the questions below to answer. Email Mrs. Williams your answer.
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Dates to Remember:

11/1-11/8: Star Lab @ CCI

11/23-25: Thanksgiving Break, No School

12/2: Picture Retake Day

12/5: PD Day for Teachers

12/20: No Release Time

12/21: End of Quarter 2/Semester 1

12/21: Quarter 3 celebration/End of Quarter 2

12/22: Snow Makeup Day

12/23-1 /3: Christmas Break, No School

¼: Snow Make-up Day

1/16: No School, County-Wide Professional Development Day

1/17: Yearbook Pictures for Clubs and Athletics

2/17: PD Day for Teachers-NO SCHOOL

2/20: Snow Make-up Day

2 /3: CCI Student Trivia Night

3/10: End of Quarter 3

3/7: Fine Arts Night/Talent Show (6:00 PM) artwork displayed, choir and band performances, as well as our talent show.

3/17: Quarter 3 Celebration

3/20-3/24: Spring Break

4/7: Good Friday, No School

4/10: Snow Make-up Day

5/12: 6th Grade Dance

5/16: No Release Time

5/19: Quarter 4 Celebration

5/24: 6th-Grade Field Trip

5/26: Last Day of School

5/27: FPHS Graduation

Community Information

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