There is much happening in January at Cullen! Check out the info below.
Thursday the 10th: We’ll head to the East Campus during 1st period to watch the geography bee.
Friday the 11th: Students will receive their report cards, NWEA winter scores, Butter Braid forms, and Azzip Give Back Night (Tuesday the 15th) flyers.
January 11th to 28th: The Butter Braid fundraiser will be happening so 5th-7th graders can raise $ for the 8th grade DC trip (October 14-17).
Tuesday the 15th: During the first period (8:10-9:02 AM), Pastor Godshall of Faith Bible Church will teach us how Jesus is the good shepherd (John 10:11). The academic/winter sports assembly will be during the second period (9:06-9:54 AM).
Wednesday the 16th: If your student has a sticker on their report card, you’re invited to the Cullen Honor Roll Breakfast at the FSBC cafeteria from 7:30 to 8 AM.
January 21st to 25th: It’s Spirit Week. Stay tuned for more details after the student leadership team meets this Friday morning (11th).
- Monochromatic Monday (if we have school)
- Topper Tuesday (Show off one of your hats.)
- Wacky Wardrobe Wednesday (Wear some funky clothes, but follow the dress code.)
- Team Sports Thursday (Let us know who is your favorite team or sport.)
- Blue & Gold Friday (Eagle pride!)
Wednesday the 23rd: We’ll take the ILEARN Readiness Test (statewide test for AIR assessments).
Monday: Bleacher Talk (Ms. Kerney talked about the homeroom competitions and introduced the coveted golden kickball). NWEA makeup tests will be completed, and the science assessments will be given during science classes.
Wednesday: Peeler sales end. Please submit one check and any unsold peelers to Mrs. Redman by 3:45 PM.
Friday: Grandparents Day is during the 6th (10:50-11:38 AM) & 7th-grade (11:42-12:30 PM) lunches. Grandparents may bring a special lunch and hang out with the students during lunch and recess. Students can show their grandparents the Cullen Campus and introduce them to their friends. We hope to see a crowded campus!
Tuesday: Bleacher talk (We’ll talk about the NWEA schedule, academic support, backpacks, and where not to stick your gum). In the morning we’ll complete the math section of the NWEA, and in the afternoon we’ll complete the language section. Academic support begins in the Collaboratory during recess this week (Tuesday to Thursday).
Wednesday: Chapel will be during the 1st period (8:10-9:02 AM). Pastor Teruel of Westwood Church will be teaching us about how Jesus is the Bread of Life. ECS families and friends are invited! In the afternoon we’ll complete the reading section of the NWEA. 6th-grade science will test during science class.
Thursday: It’s picture day. Be sure to shave your beards and do all you can to make your hair look as pretty as Mr. Wick’s hair!
Friday: Parent volunteers can provide teachers a break and help supervise students at lunch and recess (10:50-11:38 AM & 11:42-12:30 PM). Interested? Email Mr. Wick!
* Peeler sales end next Wednesday, September 12th. Grandparents Day is during the 6th & 7th-grade lunches on Friday the 14th.
We know some of you like to plan way ahead so we want everyone to be aware that the Cullen class trips were moved to the second last week of school. We believe this will help us end the school year on a stronger note, and it will fit better with the standardized testing schedule.
6th Grade: Creation Museum in Petersburg, KY (May 16-17, 2019)
7th Grade: St. Louis (May 15-17, 2019)
Next Friday, January 12th, we will begin selling the one and only Butter Braid pastries and Wooden Spoon cookie dough! This is a simple way for students to raise money for the 8th grade trip to Washington, D.C. Over the course of just over two weeks, your student can sell as many Butter Braids as possible.
- By Monday, January 29th, you will send back the order form and all money from your sales (Customers will write you a personal check or give you cash, and your student will provide ECS ONE CHECK for all sales).
- Mark your calendar to pick up the items ON Thursday, February 15th, by 3:45 PM. There is no freezer space to store your items, and they will spoil if not picked up. There is no reimbursement at this point.
The school office will credit your student’s earnings to their D.C. trip account if they choose to go. Students earn $6.00 for each item sold. Just do it!