Ms. Wilson's Class Plant and Animal Cells
Mrs. Park's class
VH1 and Starburst Music Donation
Vh1 Save the Music and Starburst recently donated instruments to our school. On Tuesday, at a ceremony in Orchestra. District personnel, Starburst and VH1 attended. But the highlight of the day was Mark Salling aka “Puck” from GLEE. He brought the instruments, took pictures with the kids and signed autographs. The students were stunned and beside themselves. It was the best day ever!!
Parents, help our school and your childs classroom. Just go to
and see what our school needs.
Please support us in our effort to get the supplies we need so desperately.
Kindness Quote of the Week
Whooping Cough Booster Shot
Whooping cough booster shot
ATTENTION PARENTS OF 6TH GRADE STUDENTS
Congratulations, Woodcraft Rangers!!!
Saturday, April 6th, the Woodcraft Rangers afterschool program's dance team performed in a dance competition featuring 42 different schools. The team, called "The Exploding Beat" earned SECOND PLACE out of of 14 middle schools! Congratulations to all who participated!
Endah had worked in the Cafeteria for 14 years and was such
a bright, shining star on this campus. She was always smiling
and her sense of humor was amazing.
Rest in Peace our dear friend.
You and your smile will be greatly missed.
Pennies for Patients
This month our students will be continuing our participation and demonstration of our acts of kindness by donating spare change to our Pennies for Patients Program. This program is for raising money to help children who have Leukemia. Leukemia is cancer of the body’s blood forming tissues including the bone marrow and the lymphatic system. With us, our body creates healthy cells, therefore we are healthy, but children with leukemia reproduce unhealthy cells in the body. Please donate what you can, our school is trying to raise $2.00 per person and collect over $200. We’re a community with needs ourselves but it is important for us to give to others that are in need.
Thank you Columbus students for your participation,
Ms. Park and Leadership students