IPS, IMS and MNC will be under construction through August. Their office staff will be working out of Isanti Intermediate School during this construction season. Please call them, or stop by at IIS if you need assistance during this time.
District Summer Hours
June 9, 2014 - August 29, 2014
District Office: 7:30 - 4:00
Community Ed: 7:30 - 4:00
Transportation: 6:00 - 3:00 (thru July 30)
6:00 - 5:00 (July 31 thru Aug 29)
Advanced Placement Honors for CIHS Graduates:
CIHS AP Scholars of High Distinction are graduating seniors who have completed five or more AP courses. They wore gold stoles at graduation on June 1, 2014.
Honor Stoles: (in alphabetical order) Rylyn Anderson, Noah Bensen, Zachary Brown, Jordyn Carlson, Emma Dimassis, AshleyMarie Hirdler, Justine Larson, Shannon Lindgren, Samuel Peters , Tristen Sima, Jennifer Taray, Colton Wendorf.
Superswitch is an initiative started by Superintendent Queener that allows him and other district administrators to get first-hand experience in the schools as they walk in the shoes of C-I staff members and experience the classroom along with students.
Director of Finance and Operations, Robyn Vosberg-Torgerson, had her last two Superswitch visits of the year to Isanti Primary/Cambridge Middle Schools on April 23 & 24.
Adapted Bowling State Sendoff
The crowd roared and the pep band played the school song as the athletes entered the crowded gymnasium at Cambridge-Isanti High School on Thursday morning. Classes had been put on hold so students and staff could honor their Bluejackets the day before they competed at state.
Principal Mitchell Clausen and athletic director Mark Solberg spoke to the crowd. So did the coach, the team managers and the team captains. It was a joy to behold.
Solberg said to the athletes, “You’re representing us with an awful lot of class, an awful lot of dignity. And you’re going to make us proud.” continue reading
Congratulations and thank you to our Adapted Bowling Team, coached by Steve Tischer, April Dahlquist, Mary Eklund, and Deb Feero for an outstanding season. At the state meet on Friday; Kaitlyn Pankan, grade 9, placed 5th, and Cory Hoover, grade 11, placed 6th.
"Class of 2014" Senior DVD for sale now. The DVD will have videos and photos of commencement, the graduation ceremony, Grand March and still photos of seniors. Order forms are available in the high school office. $20.00, prepaid only. The DVD will be mailed to your home the week following graduation. Parents and seniors may submit digital photos to: CIHSclassof2014@gmail.com
Grade 3 Students Read to Kindergarten
Grade 3 students from Mrs. Poppen's Isanti Intermediate School classroom read their favorite stories to School For All Seasons Kindergarten students in Mrs. Edward's class. Isanti Intermediate School and School For All Seasons collaborate on numerous projects to help our students grow and this is one example!
A grade five team from Isanti Intermediate School and School For All Seasons won the state championship at the 2014 Odyssey of the Mind State Tournament in Maplewood on March 11. The team took first place in the category "it's How We Rule". Team members included: Sydney Christenson, Cecelia Metzer, Hailey Christianson, Jenna Lear, Quinten McAllister, Justin Levercom, and Braedon Kohn. Isanti Intermediate School School and School For All Seasons also were awarded second and third place trophies in other categories. All of the teams were coached by parent volunteers.
Cambridge-Isanti High School Speech Team
Mississippi 8 Conference Champions
They also received as a team a Gold Academic award.
Winning All-Conference honors were Rianna Engel (Creative-1st), Jenny Taray (Drama-2nd), Lacey Johnson (Ext. Reading-1st), Sam Peters (Humorous-2nd), Jordyn Carlson (Informative-1st), Jenny Skalicky (Informative-2nd), and Hannah Kloeckl (Prose-1st).
Winning All-Conference Honorable Mention were Deanna Fixell (Drama-3rd), Tor Anderbeck (Ext. Speaking-3rd), Miranda Cain (Great Speeches-4th), Alice Dimassis (Great Speeches-3rd), Nicole Bergman (Poetry-3rd), and Sarah Titus (Prose-3rd).
Also placing at the conference meet were Nola Nelson/Chloe Truebenbach (Duo-5th), Tanner Hagen (Humorous-5th), Isabelle Barrett (Poetry-5th), Hannah Haglund (Poetry-6th), Tristen Sima (Prose-6th), and Julia Peterson (Storytelling-6th).
The team has had an amazing season so far. They placed 3rd at Ogilvie and Fridley. They placed 2nd at North Branch, Princeton, and Milaca. They placed 1st at Zimmerman. The team has a home meet on March 22nd and the Section 7AA tournament will be held in Grand Rapids on March 29th.
Back to School
* Cambridge-Isanti High School has no list due to the variety of classes
(Bring basic supplies the first day)
Fall Sports Start Dates Information
Please check this web page after August 1st
for online registration information.
New this year- all registrations will happen online.
CIHS AP Scholars are graduating seniors who have completed four AP courses. They wore gold cords at the graduation ceremonies to denote this.
Honor Cords: (in alphabetical order) Emily Abraham, Sheridan Basa, Kathryne Beauto, Elizabeth Berry, Katherine Duram, Laura Gaffaney, George Grandgenett, Nicole Hallstrom, Taylor Higley, Garrett Hiljus, Elizabeth Holm, Ryan Hunt, Elizabeth Jakubic, Jordan Kelm, Karley Kirkhoff, Mollie Laidly, Eli Lindahl, Cassandra Packer, Kevin Pemble, Kaitlind Roberts, Kaelyn Rosenberg, Brooke Thunstrom.
Final IIS/SFAS Bluejacket Pride Winners
Isanti Intermediate School and School For All Seasons recognized a final group of students for demonstrating Bluejacket Pride on June 5. These students demonstrate our character traits each and every day and were rewarded with a t-shirt.
Scholarship Night 2014
CIHS National Merit Scholars
Alexander Smith from Cambridge-Isanti High School has been named a National Merit Scholar Finalist in the 2014 NMS competition. From approximately 1.5 million students who entered the 2014 National Merit Scholarship Program, only about 16,000 were named Semifinalists. In order to advance in the competition and be considered for a Merit Scholarship award, a Semifinalist had to become a Finalist by fulfilling several requirements that included submitting a detailed scholarship application and presenting a record of very high academic performance. Alexander has been offered the National Merit North Dakota State University Scholarship award.
Four juniors from Cambridge-Isanti High School have been chosen to compete in the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program. They are Ryan Fredlund, Jonathan Haseth, Charles Barnhouse, and Taylor Weeks. Each of these students is among the 50,000 highest-scoring participants who will be recognized in the fall of their senior year.
Jake Johnson Selected for 40th Annual Play Ball MN! All-Star Series
Cambridge-Isanti High School senior right handed pitcher Jake Johnson has been selected as a member of the North Team in the 2014, 40th Annual Play Ball MN! All-Star Series.... read more
2014 Staff Recognition Tea
Every year our Board of Education and Administration take time to recognize the Faculty and Staff for their years of service and to recognize the accomplishments they've achieved. Pictured are some of the people who were presented with awards and certificates for a job well done.
CIS MATH MASTERS
The CIS 5th Grade Math Masters team, coached by our Academic Math Coach Ms. Tanya Siedlecki, was very successful at the competition last Friday in Duluth! One of our teams took SECOND PLACE out of 26 teams! Congratulations to Becca Maikkula, Connor Braaten, Kresten Atkins, Natalie McDonald, and Jack Larson! Our other two teams placed 10th and 17th!
Connor Braaten placed 12th out of 130 competitors in the Fact Drill competition!
And three of our students placed in the top 20 students overall:
3rd Place - Jack Larson, 10th Place - Natalie McDonald, 14th place - Eli Bingham
Twenty-five students attended weekly practices February through April.
Congratulations to all the students who participated!
Lane & Road Closures on Highway 95,
in Cambridge Begin April 15th
Due to Highway 95 construction, students scheduled to routes on the West side of the Rum River in Cambridge may experience delays on afternoon routes beginning April 15th and continuing through November 1st, 2014. Route times will vary depending on the delays that the routes encounter.
Thank you for your patience.
ISD #911 Transportation Department
Fundraising: It all adds up!
Clip and save your BoxTops or Labels for Education, keep your General Mills Box Tops, and Swipe your Target RedCard. Although these three things seem simple and easy, they also can raise funds for our school. We can use the money for things like field trips, special classroom supplies, and other "extras" that school budgets can't fund.
In fact, together, these programs bring the school
hundreds -- sometimes thousands -- of dollars each year. Remember to ask your friends, relatives and neighbors to save things too. It's a simple way to help that goes a long way.
BoxTops for Education
What to Do: Clip Box Tops coupons from hundreds of products found at your local grocery store. Each coupon is worth 10 cents when we redeem them from General
Where to Find: Pop Secret popcorn, Bugels, Chex Mix, Gardettos snacks, Cheerios, Wheaties, Chex, Total, Kix, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Trix, Cocoa Puffs, Lucky Charms, Yoplait Go-Gurt, Pillsbury Rolls, Betty Crocker cake mixes and frosting, Bisquick, Progresso Soup, Old El Paso products, Gold Medal flour and many more! Go to www.boxtops4education.com to see a complete list of participating products. |
Campbell's Labels for Education
The Labels for Education program is a great way to get FREE merchandise for our school, and Campbell's makes
it so easy to redeem labels. Participating in the program is easy - simply save the UPC labels from Campbell's and other participating products and send them to school!
EARN MONEY FOR YOUR SCHOOL!
SAVE THE UPC'S FROM COUNTRY HEARTH AND VILLAGE HEARTH PRODUCTS.
They are worth 5 cents each. The money can be used for books, computers, music, etc.
Send saved UPC with your child to school!
Other Items that can be Donated for Fundraising
Your school also participates in fundraising through a recycling program. Please send empty inkjet and laser printer cartridges and used cell phones with your student or drop them off the next time you are in the building in the designated area in the main office.
Target Take Charge of Education
Here's a terrific way to raise funds for your School! All you have to do is use your Target Visa or Target Card. Target generously donates 1 percent of your Target Visa or Target Card purchases to the school of your choice in the form of a cash donation through the Take Charge of Education program. Target tracks purchases charged to participating accounts and sends each school in the district a check in March and September.
Sign me up!
Signing up is easy. Just visit target.com/tcoe, or call 1-800-316-6142 to designate the school of your choice as the school to receive a percentage of your purchases.
If you ever shop at Target, please consider using your Target Visa or Target Card. A big thanks to those who are already doing their part to make our great school even better.
Classroom teachers in the CI Disctrict are able to participate in DonorsChoose.org by creating "projects" that can be funded by donors from around the country. You can search local projects easily on DonorsChoose.org. Currently ALL donations made by creditcard (including amazon.com cards) will be matched by Chase. For more information check out www.donorschoose.com/chase
Classroom teachers can get started here!