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CEDAR KEY SCHOOL
HERE COMES
HOMECOMING!!!
January 11, 2018

The 2018 Homecoming is officially scheduled for next week but will include one activity this week.  Photos of the homecoming court will be taken in front of the school Friday morning (weather permitting).

Cheerleaders and members of SGA (Student Government Association) have planned the Homecoming Spirit Week activities to include a parade, bonfire, pep rally, and - of course - the coronations of the homecoming king and queen during the games.


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CEDAR KEY SCHOOL

SHARKS BASKETBALL BUILD MOMENTUM

January 10, 2018

The Shark varsity basketball teams have been building momentum since their Christmas break.

On January 2, the Cedar Key School varsity boys secured a 64-58 district win over the Chiefland Indians.  On January 4, the he Lady Sharks beat the Bell Bulldogs 37-23. Then, on January 5, inside the Shark Tank, both varsity teams downed the Bronson Eagles; the boys won 54-48, and the girls won 64 to 57.

Next up for the Sharks, the middle school teams will host Yankeetown Thursday beginning at 4 pm while the varsity travels to Meadowbrook for games at 5:30 and 7 pm.  Both varsity teams will play at home Friday night when they take on Ocala Christian with games at 5:30 and 7:00.

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CEDAR KEY SCHOOL
ACADEMIC PROGRAM HONORED
January 5, 2018
 
Editor's Note: The following was exceerted from the
Cear Key School's FaceBook page.

CKS is honored to have been named a Highly Certified Site by AVID.  The program - Advancement Via Individual Determination - has been offered at Cedar Key for five years and the highly certified designation means that CKS AVID program is among the best in the nation.

Students enrolled in the AVID courses taught by Carrie and David Tomlin are preparing for college.  The philosophy of the AVID program is to "Hold students accountable to the highest standards, provide academic and social support, and they will rise to the challenge."

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CEDAR KEY SCHOOL

START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT;
SUPPORT THE
CEDAR KEY SHARKS
January 1, 2018

Welcome in the new year on Tuesday evening by coming out to support your SHARKS.   The Sharks take on district rival Chiefland in the first game of the new year.   The boys' middle school team gets the evening started with a 4:30 tip-off.  Following that game, the Lady Sharks, fresh off of the 2nd place finish at the Drummond Community Bank-CKS Beach Ball Holiday Tournament, take on the Lady Indians at 5:30.   The final game of the evening has the boys' varsity taking on the Chiefland boys in a rematch of their overtime thriller in Chiefland.

All three teams will be at home again on Friday to take on another county and district foe, Bronson.  Come out and support you SHARKS!

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CEDAR KEY SCHOOL

WEDNESDAY….ANOTHER GREAT DAY AT THE SECOND ANNUAL DRUMMOND BANK BEACH BALL TOURNAMENT!
December 22, 2017
 
Editor's Note: The following was exceerted from the Cear Key School's FaceBook page.

In the first game of the day, Branford defeated. In game two, Keystone Heights beat Chiefland.  Then, in the championship game, although the Lady Sharks worked hard and played ferociously, they came up two points short of the win.

 The Rock exhibited great sportsmanship and won the Beach Ball tournament.  At the end of the two-day tournament, the Lady Sharks posed with members of The Rock team (in red) for photos to help them all remember their exciting championship game. 

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CEDAR KEY SCHOOL

SUPPORT SHARKS TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY!
December 16, 2017 
 
Editor's Note: The following was exceerted from the Cear Key School's FaceBook page.
 

Come out this Tuesday and Wednesday, December 19 and 20, 2017, to see some great basketball and support your Lady Sharks when CKS hosts the Second Annual Drummond Bank-CKS Beach Ball Holiday Tournament.

On Tuesday, the Lady Sharks will take on Fort White at 1:45 pm and Keystone Heights at 7:45 pm.  Action begins at 11:00 am on the 19th with a JV match-up between Cedar Key and Creekside.  Other teams participating this year are Branford, Chiefland, and The Rock.

On Wednesday, play begins at 4:00 pm , with games to follow at 5:30 pm and the championship game at 7:00 pm.  Come out and cheer on your Sharks!

A 2-day pass is $10 and a 1-day ticket is $6.
Full concessions will be available.
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CEDAR KEY SCHOOL

LEVY COUNTY ADDRESSES EMERGENCIES
December 3, 2017
 
Editor’s Note:
  Content excerpted from Cedar Key School’s FaceBook page.

The following letter is being sent home with Cedar Key Sschool students in all grades on Friday.

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CEDAR KEY SCHOOL

CEDAR KEY GARDEN CLUB
GIVES CHECK
November 30, 2017
 
Editor's Note: Content excerpted rom Cedar Key School's FaceBook page.

The junior varsity Shark cheerleading squad was all smiles Thursday morning when they debuted their new uniforms and accepted a check from Garden Club VICE-president Joe Hand.  The club partnered with the JV cheerleaders during the recent Seafood Festival; the club made the arrangements to have set up a lemonade booth and the cheerleaders and their parents staffed the booth.  On Thursday, Joe delivered a check to help pay for the new purple and gold uniforms.

THANK YOU Garden Club!

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CEDAR KEY SCHOOL

STORM DRAINS REFINISHED
November 27, 2017

 NOV 27 CKS SORM DRAINS AVID 3Members of the Cedar Key School AVID classes gave a fresh, new look to the storm drain signs on G Street Friday afternoon!   The storm drains were originally painted by CKS students a few years ago, but had faded over time.  The new signs bear the same purple and gold message:

Shark Pride
Protect the Tide.
Dump No Waste.

The community service project was a part of the AVID curriculum in middle and high school AVID stands for Advancement Via Individual Determination and is a program that encourages students to move themselves and their communities forward.

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Story and photos by Gibbs Yearty

 

BETA CLUB CREATES

Members of the CKS Beta Club put their organization's motto into action earlier this month by working on a project for the entire community to enjoy.  The Beta motto is Let Us Lead by Serving Others.  The service that Beta members were providing involved preparing more than two dozens wreaths that are being used to decorate City Park during the holiday season.

Photos by Amanda Robinson

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NOV 25 CKS Spaghetti Dinner flyer

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 NOV 19 CKS Jr. Class Pie Auction

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CEDAR KEY SCHOOL NEWS  14 November 2017

CULTURE

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The CKS class of 2022 made a trip the Phillips Center at the University of Florida Thursday for a special school day, theatrical performance.  The opportunity to be exposed to cultural events not available in Levy County was made possible by the UF Performing Arts program.  The program covers the artist fees, facility fees and school bus costs.

TRAVEL CLUB SPAGHETTI DINNER
Amanda Robinson, Shark Correspondent
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The Cedar Key High School’s Travel Club has been given another opportunity by Educational Tours to take a second trip to countries in the European continent for thirteen days. The trip will occur during the Summer of 2019 and students will tour the countries of Italy and Greece. In order to attend, students must have an exceptional academic record and be nominated by Beta. As described on the EF Tour’s website, “...walk through the Roman Forum, climb the Acropolis in Athens and visit the site of the Oracle at Delphi, among some of the world’s most historically significant ancient sights.”

In order to make this trip possible, the Travel Club will be hosting a spaghetti dinner in the CKS Auditorium on November 29th. The meal includes a spaghetti dish, rolls, salad, a dessert, and a drink. The dinner will be held from 5:30-7pm with multiple door prizes, and live music from Grace Cowart. During this time, the book fair in the library will also be open. Tickets are $10 a piece, sold by any member of the Travel Club.

Spero di vedervi lì!  Hope to see you there!

PIE AUCTION

NOV 14 CKS PIE pumpkin pieThe  25th Annual Junior Class Pie & Cake Auction will be held Tuesday, November 21 inside the Doug Bishop Auditorium at CKS.

This is a once-a-year chance to enjoy some of the finest baking on the island, to support the junior class, and to pick up some yummy desserts to share over Thanksgiving. The doors will open to bidders at 5:30 p.m. and the auction will begins at 6:00.  (Anyone donating pies or cakes can drop them off at the main office after noon.)

For more information, contact junior class sponsor Mrs. Kim Bishop at CKS.

BASKETBALL SEASON IS UNDERWAY

The basketball season is getting underway for all of the Sharks’ teams.NOV 14 CKS BASKTBALLbasketball

CKS varsity girls will play at Ocala Christian on Monday, Nov. 20 at 5:30 p.m. The first home varsity games are scheduled for Monday, Nov. 27, against Meadowbrook with the girls playing at 5:30 and the boys at 7 p.m. The next night, Tuesday, Nov. 28, the Sharks’ varsity teams will host Dixie County.

The Sharks’ middle school basketball schedule opens in Chiefland on Thursday, Nov. 30 with the middle school girls at 3:30, followed by the middle school boys, then the varsity girls and finally the varsity boys.

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CEDAR KEY SCHOOL NEWS  17 October 2017
 
 
FIRE CHIEF ROBINSON
GOES TO SCHOOL
Some of the littlest Sharks on campus stepped outside of their regular classrooms on Tuesday morning to get a refresher course on how to use 911 and how to handle themselves in case of a fire or other emergency. Cedar Key Fire Chief Robert Robinson makes a visit to the school at least once a year to teach and review fire safety. He also saves a few minutes at the end of the presentation to hand out the junior firefighter hats, which is always a big hit with the kids.
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GIRLS BASKETBALL RECEIVES GIFT
OCT 18 CKS TOMLINCedar Key Woman's Club 1st Vice President Eileen Senecal presented a check to the CKS Girls' Basketball program on Friday afternoon, October 13th. Senecal said the donation was a part of her organization's ongoing efforts to support local females in various pursuits. Coaches David and Carrie Tomlin said the generous donation would make it possible to buy shoes for 12 players.
 
 
 

Those who gathered in the CKS gym to accept OCT 17 CKS LINEUPthe Woman's Club donation included, from back left: Coach David mlin, Eileen Senecal, Samantha Vibbard, Angelica Arroyo, Desiree Barshay, Rylee Smith, Jasmin Jackson, Hannah Brinkman, Cassie Lozier, Coach Carrie Tomlin, and front from left, Makalynn Bowling, Skylar Wirth, and Lori Moser.

Photos by Michael Smith

 
 
 
THELMA MCCAIN HONORED 
A memorial project has been planned for a woman who was former CKS student, cook, bus driver, volunteer, and all-around supporter and who spent her life devoted to making sure everyone in Cedar Key was well cared for and well fed.

OCT 17 CKS MCCAINThelma McCain died in March. To honor her many contributions to the community, a cook shed is being built at the community center and organizers are accepting donations for the project.

The community center is one of the places where Thelma selflessly volunteered to cook for so many worthy causes. Cooking to help others was a way for Thelma to continue the skills she honed while working at the Captain's Table Restaurant for 18 years, at the Cedar Key Cafeteria for 13 years, and throughout her life for her family, including her own brood of children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and anyone else who passed by at mealtime.

So far the fees for the cook shed have been waived by the city and the labor to construct it has been volunteered. Now organizers need donations to cover the cost of materials, estimated at about $5,000.

Anyone interested in helping with the project can drop off a donation at the Drummond Community Bank here in Cedar Key. 

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NO SCHOOL WEDNESDAY
IN LEVY COUNTY
...excerpted from
Cedar Key School’s
Facebook page Posts
September 13, 2017

The following is an official message from the Levy County School Board.

Levy County Schools will NOT be in session on Wednesday, as we continue to work to address issues (electricity, repairs, and clean up) at our schools. We will continue to monitor the situation with the assistance of Emergency Management and Levy County Sheriff’s Office. We will update the Schools reopening as we assess conditions in the schools and communities.

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NO STUDENTS IN
LEVY SCHOOLS THURSDAY
September 13, 2017
1:04 pm
 
No student attendance on Thursday, September 14, 2017.  Thursday will be an employee workday.  All School Board employees will report to work at 8:30.
·       Food Service workers need to check with their Managers.
·       Bus Drivers and Bus Aides do not need to report to work until Friday.
Buses are ready to run and students will return to school on Friday, September 15, 2017.
Please note the following game updates:
·       All games for Thursday have been cancelled.
·       Bronson –vs- PKY is cancelled.
·       Chiefland –vs-Hamilton County is cancelled.
·       Williston – vs- Madison County is rescheduled for Saturday, September 16th.  It is a home game.
 
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CEDAR KEY SCHOOL
PARENT TEACHER ASSSOCIATION INVITES YOU TO COFFEE
September 5, 2017
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CEDAR KEY SCHOOL
SEWING CLUB…
MANY WAYS YOU MIGHT HELP!
August 21, 2017

Cedar Key School is a wonderful school, but doesn’t have the resources to offer some of the elective courses that many of us were privileged to take when we were in public schools. 

Last spring, Bunny Hand noticed that the children of Cedar Key School don’t have a Home Economics course available to teach them sewing and formed a club to fill this need.  She rounded up friends to volunteer time, materials, and used sewing machines, and discovered that many CKS students were very excited to attend the Sewing Club which meets every Wednesday after school in the space donated by the Art Center.

We are very thankful to the generous people who have donated to this club.  In a few weeks, we will begin this year’s club, and find that we have depleted a lot of our supplies and would like to reach out to the community for help.  Donations of thread, polyfill (the kids love making pillows for their rooms!), and fabric are greatly appreciated. 

If we had a wish list, we would love to have a few new sewing machines for the students, and Beth Davis of the Salty Needle Quilt Shop, has offered to sell the machines to the club at cost.  Also, if we had a wish list, wouldn’t it be wonderful if we had the money to allow each club member to select some fabric of their own for their next project, from the Salty Needle.

We would be so grateful if you could make a donation to this cause.  Any donation will help.   Please contact Bunny Hand (352-378-2799, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) or Sue Wooley (612-247-5820, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).  Thank you!

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AG CLASSES ARE WORKING HARD
TO START THE YEAR OFF RIGHT
August 21, 2017

AUG 21 CKS FFA PIC ONE IMG 20170816 132602793 1This year should be an exciting year for the Cedar Key School Agriculture Department.  This year there are three ag classes offered during the school day, two being high school classes and one middle school. The current enrollment is 52 students with many of them being eighth graders who are taking an advanced high school ag class.  

This year we are down one garden due to the new portable, but that isn't stopping students from doing their best to get things rolling.  We will have a fall garden, hydroponic garden, two tilapia tanks, and a few hens.  As always, garden donations are accepted and we are always willing to partner with community members on service projects.AUG 21 CKS FFA IMG 20170816 132525610

Photo  One: Chicks have arrived and the "reclamation garden" is being planted with squash in hopes to have a late crop of it. -monitored by student Casey Williams

Photo Two: Students work to clean up the area around the aqualab and new portable; soil and lumber was displaced during the installation of the portable, but the students aren't afraid to get their hands dirty cleaning up.

    

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CKS WELCOMES EDGENUITY
PROGRAM TEACHEERS
ON CAMPUS
August 10, 2017

Cedar Key School  is adding four new faces to the teaching staff this year. These middle school/high school teachers will each be on campus one or two days a week as part of the Edgenuity program.AUG 10 CKS 20643320 1607745022610285 3776947521357634566 o

Edgenuity is blended learning, which means students will spend time working on-line as well as getting help from a teacher face-to-face at CKS. Edgenuity allows students to take classes not offered on their campus, for example art history, as well as to take classes to make up credits they may be missing.

Each Edgenuity teacher has a specialty academic area, several years of successful teaching experience, and a willingness to rotate among campuses in Levy County.  Pictured, from left, are social studies teacher Mrs. Maya Hebert, science teacher Mrs. Jennifer Bray, English teacher Paul Grune,, and math teacher Mr. Wes Joyner.  One of these teachers will be at Cedar Key every school day.

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SCHOOL SAFETY
August 10, 2017
 
Cedar Key School takes the safety of its students seriously.
Crossing guard, police chief, and Doberman Trooper are on duty
welcoming students and keeping them safe on the first day of school!
 
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CEDAR KEY SCHOOL
 WELCOMES NEW
COMMUNITY MEMBERS
August 9, 2017

AUG 9 CKS Amber Ryan Pre K Teacher

 

Amber Ryan is the new pre-Kindergarten teacher, replacing Elaine Rains who retired at the end of the 2016-2017 school year.AUG 9 CKS Coach John Miller PE Teacher Boys Basketball Coach

 

Coach John Miller is the new Physical Education teacher and boys basketball coach, replacing Vance Dickey, who resigned after the basketball season, and Cris Beckham, who filled in as Physical Education teacher during April and May of 2017.

 

 

Lenita Cato will teach first grade.AUG 9 CKS Lenita Cato 1st Grade Teacher

The food service staff working with Nancy Pelham include new employee Nina Bingaman, returning employee Therese Hancock, and new employee Tina Jacono.

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SCHOOL STARTS THURSDAY

CORRECTION:  SCHOOL STARTS THURSDAY, AUGUST 10

A reminder, here, that you will see more traffic, both pedestrian and vehicular.

SCHOOL WILL BE OPEN!

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CHICKENS ARE COMING TO CKS!
CAN EGGS BE FAR BEHIND?
August 2, 2017

Cedar Key School's Future Farmers of America has been awarded a $3,000 Living to Serve Grant to improve the quality of the gardens on campus.  The money will also be used to create box gardens around the portable classroom that is being set up this summer to house the agriculture and middle school science classes.

In addition to on-campus gardens project, the grant will allow FFA members to conduct four community outreach events during the upcoming school year.  Two of the events are planned for the fall Seafood Festival and spring Arts Festival; these will be front porch gardening events to promote small residential gardens. Another of the projects will involve high school agriculture students working with elementary classes to grow gardens.  The fourth outreach activity will be a public seminar on container gardening.

The grant will have one additional effect on the FFA program: freeing up funding for other, ongoing projects like raising chickens.I

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CKS WINDS THE FRED E. ROZELLE SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD FOR CLASS 1A SCHOOLS IN FLORIDA!
June 10, 2017

The Sharks got some great news on Thursday: CKS is the statewide winner of the Fred E. Rozelle Sportsmanship Award for Class 1A schools in Florida!

The Florida High School Athletic Association, FHSAA, gives the award each year to schools that best promote sportsmanship on and off the field and this is the fourth time in the past six years that CKS has earned the award among all of the small schools in Florida.

According to the FHSAA, the award goes to the school whose, "total sports program best exemplifies the qualities of sportsmanship as demonstrated by its coaches, players and spectators. Criteria for selection of the winners includes programs and activities implemented within the school and community to promote sportsmanship; the number and type of unsportsmanlike ejections; the number and type of exceptional sportsmanship reports; and the source of the nomination."

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CEDAR KEY SCHOOL FFA
WATER, EYEDROP DRIVE
May 13, 2017

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The Cedar Key Future Farmers of America is hosting a bottled water and eyedrop drive for the firefighters that have been tirelessly working on our wildfires in both South and North Florida. If you are interested in donating bottled water or eyedrops to the men and women putting their lives on the line to protect homes, property, and families, please drop off goods at Cedar Key School and the FFA will pick them up.

The drive ends next Friday, May 19, 2017, when we will take the goods to the NF drive headquarters in Fort White.   If you would like to make a monetary donation and the FFA purchase the items, please make sure that Firefighter Drive is noted.

Thank you,
Rachel Weatherington FFA Sponsor
The FFA Students 
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CONGRATULATIONS,
CLASS OF 2017!
 
Commencement Ceremony for the
Class of 2017
is set for Saturday, May 20 at 9:00 am
in the Cedar Key High School Gymnasium.
 
Please, join parents, family, and friends celebrate the
accomplishments and first milestone
 of eight exceptional graduates.
 
Congratulations, Class of 2017!
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 Photo: Compliments of Tina Berger
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CEDAR KEY SCHOOL
 CLOSING CALENDAR
May126, 2017
 
The 2016-2017 school is nearly over and many classes and groups at Cedar Key School have planned end-of-the-year events during May.  Here is a run-down of what the Sharks have planned before the last day of school on May 26, 2017.
 
 
Sunday, 5/14 - Baccalaureate at Christ Episcopal Church 6:30 pm
Tuesday,  5/16, third grade field trip to Homosassa, Junior/Senior Banquet, 6 pm, Community Center
Wednesday,  5/17, EARLY RELEASE,  AR Prize Store noon,  sports physicals
Thursday,  5/18,  Survivor Day for middle school students
Friday,  5/19,  Kindergarten graduation, 9 am, Class of 2017 graduation practice
Saturday,  5/20 - GRADUATION!
 
Monday,  5/22,  Elementary awards ceremony, 9 am
Tuesday,  5/23,  Middle school awards ceremony, 9 am, High school awards ceremony 10:30 am, 7th period MS & HS final exam (after lunch)
Wednesday,  5/24, EARLY RELEASE, Pre-K end of year celebration, 9 am,
1st and 2nd period final exams
Thursday,  5/25,   EARLY RELEASE, 3rd and 4th period MS & HS final exams
Friday,  5/26,  EARLY RELEASE,  LAST DAY OF SCHOOL, 5th and 6th period MS & HS final exams
 
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CEDAR KEY SCHOOL
 CLOSING CALENDAR
May 6, 2017
 
The 2016-2017 school is nearly over and many classes and groups at Cedar Key School have planned end-of-the-year events during May.  Here is a run-down of what the Sharks have planned before the last day of school on May 26, 2017.
 
 
Tuesday,  5/9, Bowling trip for 1st and third graders
Wednesday,  5/10,  SWAT Summit for members of Students Working against Tobacco
Wednesday,  5/10 through Friday,  5/12,  Final exams and EOCs for seniors
Thursday,  5/11, ELP field trip, World History AP exam
Friday,  5/12,  Field Day for elementary students,   AR deadline for end-of-the-year points,    Library closes for inventory (all books must be returned)
 
Sunday, 5/14 - Baccalaureate at Christ Episcopal Church 6:30 pm
Tuesday,  5/16, third grade field trip to Homosassa, Junior/Senior Banquet, 6 pm, Community Center
Wednesday,  5/17, EARLY RELEASE,  AR Prize Store noon,  sports physicals
Thursday,  5/18,  Survivor Day for middle school students
Friday,  5/19,  Kindergarten graduation, 9 am, Class of 2017 graduation practice
Saturday,  5/20 - GRADUATION!
 
Monday,  5/22,  Elementary awards ceremony, 9 am
Tuesday,  5/23,  Middle school awards ceremony, 9 am, High school awards ceremony 10:30 am, 7th period MS & HS final exam (after lunch)
Wednesday,  5/24, EARLY RELEASE, Pre-K end of year celebration, 9 am,
1st and 2nd period final exams
Thursday,  5/25,   EARLY RELEASE, 3rd and 4th period MS & HS final exams
Friday,  5/26,  EARLY RELEASE,  LAST DAY OF SCHOOL, 5th and 6th period MS & HS final exams
 
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CEDAR KEY SCHOOL
 CLOSING CALENDAR
April 28, 2017
 
The 2016-2017 school is nearly over and many classes and groups at Cedar Key School have planned end-of-the-year events during May.  Here is a run-down of what the Sharks have planned before the last day of school on May 26, 2017.
 
Monday,  5/1,  PTO Meeting, 3:30 pm
Thursday,  5/4,  FFA Banquet, 6 pm
Friday,  5/5,  Yankeetown School visits CKS,  Last day to check out library books
 
Tuesday,  5/9, Bowling trip for 1st and third graders
Wednesday,  5/10,  SWAT Summit for members of Students Working against Tobacco
Wednesday,  5/10 through Friday,  5/12,  Final exams and EOCs for seniors
Thursday,  5/11, ELP field trip, World History AP exam
Friday,  5/12,  Field Day for elementary students,   AR deadline for end-of-the-year points,    Library closes for inventory (all books must be returned)
 
Sunday, 5/14 - Baccalaureate at Christ Episcopal Church 6:30 pm
Tuesday,  5/16, third grade field trip to Homosassa, Junior/Senior Banquet, 6 pm, Community Center
Wednesday,  5/17, EARLY RELEASE,  AR Prize Store noon,  sports physicals
Thursday,  5/18,  Survivor Day for middle school students
Friday,  5/19,  Kindergarten graduation, 9 am, Class of 2017 graduation practice
Saturday,  5/20 - GRADUATION!
 
Monday,  5/22,  Elementary awards ceremony, 9 am
Tuesday,  5/22,  Middle school awards ceremony, 9 am, High school awards ceremony 10:30 am, 7th period MS & HS final exam (after lunch)
Wednesday,  5/23, EARLY RELEASE, Pre-K end of year celebration, 9 am,
1st and 2nd period final exams
Thursday,  5/24,   EARLY RELEASE, 3rd and 4th period MS & HS final exams
Friday,  5/25,  EARLY RELEASE,  LAST DAY OF SCHOOL, 5th and 6th period MS & HS final exams
 
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THE SOUND OF MUSIC…
DON’T MISS IT!
April 26, 2017
 
WHO?
Cedar Key School’s
Gifted and Enrichment Program
 
WHAT?
Will present the play The Sound of Music in modified form.
 
WHERE?
Cedar Key School Auditorium
 
WHEN?
Tuesday, May 9 at 6 pm
 
COSTS?
The price of admission is $2 for students and $5 for adults.
 
 
Come and support the Cedar Key School.

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