Dates to Remember
No School December 22nd - January 2nd
Year Round School
No School December 22nd - January 9th
District Office & Transportation Dept.
Closed December 24th - December 25th
Open December 26th, December 29th, December 30th, & December 31st
Closed January 1st & January 2nd
Closed December 24th - January 2nd
Cambridge-Isanti High School Play School Sign- Up
The Child Development class at Cambridge-Isanti High School is preparing for Play School! Play School offers time for play, stories, music, creative activities, and a variety of other experiences in socialization for young children. The session will run from Jan. 27- Feb. 27.
Play School is open to children between the ages of 3-5. It is held in room159 at CIHS from 10:50 AM-12:30 PM. There is a $10 fee for the entire five weeks of Play School.
If parents are interested in enrolling their children, please call CIHS at 689-6421 between 7:30 AM and 3:30 PM or email email@example.com before Jan. 16.
Our IPS Reading Mentor Program
Dawn Buck's Isanti Middle School students
read books to students at Isanti Primary School.
This will be an on going collaboration
between the two schools.
Congratulations to our Bluejacket volleyball team coached by Vicki Courts, Chris Hedberg, Mark Courts, Tosha Brown, and Andrea Birkholz. They won the 2014 Mississippi 8 Conference Volleyball Championship.
The team finished 9-0 in conference play. The volleyball team is a very impressive 24-4 on the season and will enter section play next week.
This volleyball championship is the first Bluejacket conference championship in volleyball since the 1978 season. A BIG Congratulations to our volleyball coaching staff and team!
Queen Thessa Daniels & King Nathan Cox were crowned Homecoming Royalty on Monday October 6th
For the announcements during directed study:
Well done and thank you Cambridge-Isanti High School. For the
past four years, the Bluejacket varsity football team has taken a knee
when our opponents have experienced an injury during a game.
This is very classy and respectful behavior.
Last Friday at our football game with North Branch, a young man from North Branch was hurt and on the ground needing medical attention. OUr entire Bluejacket football team immediately took a knee out of respect and care for the injured. At the same time, our entire student cheering section all sat down out of respect and care. The respect, care, and class of our teams and cheering sections at events helps contribure to making our high school (in my opinion) the finest in the Nation.
Well cone and thank you Bluejacket students for being a leader and an example for others in class, respect, care, and sportsmanship!
GO BIG BLUE!
Mark Solberg, Activities Director
"Our community helped to fund the secure entrances at our schools with support of the bond referendum last fall (2013). Thank you for helping to keep our students and our schools safe."
Every weekday of the year including many Saturdays, school buses of the Cambridge-Isanti School District are out on the roads of our community. Transportation continues after the traditional school year ends in June for Summer School and Special Education programs. Community Education programs and the Districts Year Round School Option program.
CIHS AAA Recipients
This years 2014-2015 Academics, Arts, and Athletics recipients from Cambridge-Isanti High School are seniors Maria Leibel and Peter Edblad.
Congratulations Maria and Peter!
Big Bluejacket Weekend
CIS & IIS
Thanks the Cambridge Rotary
and the Cambridge Lions
December 3 was dictionary day for grade 3 students. The Cambridge Area Rotary and Lions Club donated a dictionary to every student in grade 3.
Congratulations to Swimmers
Pictured; Maria Vavra, Megan Scheiller, Maria Leibel, Brooke Olson
CIHS girls swim captains swam very well at sections and Maria Leibel made it to State in diving. State Swimming and Diving November 12-14 at the University of Minnesota Aquatics Center.
Maria Leibel dove in Class AA Diving Prelims; she finished 27th.This was her second time representing the C-I Swim and Dive team at the State Meet. She qualified for State as a Sophomore also.
Congratulations to our Bluejacket volleyball team coached by Vicki Courts, Chris Hedberg, Mark Courts, Tosha Brown, and Andrea Birkholz, as on Saturday they won the Section 7AAA Volleyball Championship. Earlier this fall, the Bluejackets also won the Mississippi 8 Conference Volleyball
This Section Championship in Bluejacket Volleyball, is the first in school history. A BIG Congratulations to our volleyball coaching staff and team! Our team played with heart and pride and defeated an outstanding North Branch volleyball team 3-2. 25-17, 20-25, 26-28, 25-19, and 15-10 were the scores in an extremely well played match!
Thanks to our large delegation of Bluejackets fans that supported our team and coaching staff in the three section games. The numbers of parents/guardians, teachers, members of other Bluejacket coaching staffs, administrators, alumni, and resident fans was tremendous. Our large crowd celebrating the championship, with our team and coaching staff, on the gym floor at Chisago Lakes is a life-long fond memory to cherish!
We have great students at Cambridge-Isanti and North Branch. The students from both schools were loud and proud. The chanting back and forth was fun and provided for a great atmosphere: Loud chants of
" Let's Go Vikings, Let's Go Jackets"; rivalry and respect at its best!
GO BIG BLUE Volleyball!
CIHS Semifinalists Named
in the 2015
National Merit Scholarship Program
Jonathan Haseth has been selected from Cambridge-Isanti High School as a 2015 Semifinalist in the National Merit Scholarship Program. National Merit Scholar winners will be announced in April.
Officials of the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) announced the names of approximately 16,000 Semifinalists in the 60th annual National Merit Scholarship Program. These academically talented high school seniors have an opportunity to continue in the competition for some 7,600 National Merit Scholarships worth about $33 million that will be offered next spring. To be considered for a Merit Scholarship award, Semifinalists must fulfill several requirements to advance to the Finalist level of the competition. Merit Scholar designees are selected on the basis of their skills, accomplishments, and potential for success in rigorous college studies.
CIHS Commends Students
in the 2015
National Merit Scholarship Program
Pictured top row, Charles Barnhouse andTaylor Weeks
Bottom row, Ryan Fredlund
The principal, Mitch Clausen, of Cambridge-Isanti High School announced today that Charles Barnhouse, Ryan Fredlund, and Taylor Weeks have each been named a Commended Student in the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program. A Letter of Commendation from the school and National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC), which conducts the program, has been presented by the principal to these scholastically talented seniors.
About 34,000 Commended Students throughout the nation are being recognized for their exceptional academic promise. Although they will not continue in the 2015 competition for National Merit Scholarships, Commended Students placed among the top five percent of more than 1.5 million students who entered the 2011 competition by taking the 2013 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT).
“The young men and women being named Commended Students have demonstrated outstanding potential for academic success,” commented a spokesperson for NMSC. “These students represent a valuable national resource; recognizing their accomplishments, as well as the key role their schools play in their academic development, is vital to the advancement of educational excellence in our nation. We hope that this recognition will help broaden their educational opportunities and encourage them as they continue their pursuit of academic success.
Open Enrollment Option
Check out open enrollment!
Cambridge-Isanti Public Schools encourages families
outside our School District to consider
the open enrollment option for their children.
If you would like more
please call the School District Office at 763-689-6212
Fundraising: It all adds up!
Clip and save your BoxTops or Labels for Education, keep your Kemps or Land O Lakes Milk Caps, 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 Mills.
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!
Other Items that can be Donated for Fundraising
Isanti Intermediate 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 Isanti Intermediate 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 a check to us in March and September.
Sign me up!
Signing up is easy. Just visit target.com/tcoe, or call 1-800-316-6142 to designate a school 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