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Scholar Athlete
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Pictured are Bluejacket Head Football Coach Mr. Mike Hennen and Quarterback John Solberg. John was honored at a banquet hosted by the National Football Foundation, as one of eight Football Scholar Athletes in Minnesota.

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Hamline Elite Track Meet
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Pictured: John Solberg, Nick Marshall, Henry Boettcher, Paden Hallman, Tyler Braaten, Anna Nelson & Allissa Smith

Congratulations to the Hamline Elite Track meet Participants. It's a great honor for these fine athelets to have been chosen to participate in the meet!


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Congratulations to Jackie Alderman, C-I teacher at MNC, for being awarded a 2015 WEM Outstanding Educator Award for Teacher Achievement!



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School Resource Officer, Adam Gau, has been awarded the Minnesota School Resource Officer of the Year honor! The award is sponsored by Minnesota Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD).
Congratulations, Officer Gau!


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Section 7AA Speech Competition

Four Cambridge-Isanti High School students will be heading to the Minnesota State High School League Speech Tournament after placing in the top three at Section 7AA Speech competition. Going to state are Isabelle Barrett (1st-Poetry), Lacey Johnson (3rd-Drama), Nola Nelson and Chloe Truebenbach (3rd-Duo.) Also advancing to the Section finals were Jenna Hiljus (4th-Drama), Jenny Skalicky (5th-Informative), and Ian McVicker (6th-Discussion.)

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Section 7AA Finalists: Nola Nelson, Chloe Truebenbach, Isabelle Barrett, Ian McVicker, Lacey Johnson, Jenna Hiljus, and Jenny Skalicky.

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Section 7AA Representatives to State: Lacey Johnson, Isabelle Barrett, Nola Nelson, and Chloe Truebenbach.




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Thank you!


"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."





CIHS Students Qualify for the
National Merit Scholars Program
2016NatMerit.jpgPictured: Brad Windschill, Jette Serie, Madison Spencer, Benjamin Nelson, Brette Springob.

Brad Windschill, principal of Cambridge-Isanti High School announces the juniors who have been chosen to participate in the 2016 National Merit Program’s College Plans Reporting Service based on their high scores they received on the PSAT test given last fall. Jett Serie, Madison Spencer, Benjamin Nelson and Brette Springob are among 50,000 highest-scoring participants of some 1.5 million program entrants. About 16,000 students nationwide will be named National Merit Program Semifinalists, representing the top scorers in each state. These students will learn of their standing in September.

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Robotics Championship
Watch it Live!

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Save the link and watch the CIHS Robotics Team at the World Championships in St. Louis Apr 21-25! Team #5464 http://t.co/f0gVOPwGAZ

*This link is for streaming activities in the Edward Jones Dome.


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roadClosed1.jpgPlease be aware of a road construction project that may have an impact on transportation departing from Cambridge-Isanti High School.

Afternoon departures from CIHS are anticipated to be delayed beginning Wednesday, April 15. Cypress Street will be closed for repair, and this will slow down traffic. No traffic will be able to enter or leave school grounds via Cypress (the street runs east of the high school by the tennis courts).

All traffic will exit and enter CIHS grounds from Fern Street (the street runs west of the high school past the Larson Baseball Field).

North Fern Street with be the only route entering and exiting CIHS grounds.

Please anticipate a delay of buses to transfer hubs from the high school. There is no way to know exactly how long transportation delays may be, however, it is being recommended that transportation times are adjusted to 15 minutes later than present arrival times. Please keep in mind that student and parent drivers may also be delayed in getting home.

Although morning traffic is not anticipated to be as delayed due to staggered arrival times, it is advised that you plan to arrive a few minutes early, in case of delays, if you are traveling to CIHS.

You are thanked for your understanding and your flexibility while you accommodate the transportation changes due to the road construction project near CIHS.


Cypress will be closed from 5th Ave NW through 8th Ave NW. This closure will remain for the duration of the school year.

The intersection of 5th Ave NW/Cypress will be open as much as possible, but will be closed at times. The intersection of 4th Ave NW/Cypress will remain open.

You can see the alternate routes via the green dashes, and the road closure in orange.

If you are heading north on Cypress toward CIHS you will want to take a left to go west on either 4th Ave NW or 5th Ave NW (as able).

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Grade three students from Isanti Intermediate School display the certificates they earned on March 23 for showing good character!


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Cambridge Primary and Intermediate Schools Traffic Study



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Review and Update your student's information










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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 information,
please call the School District Office at 763-689-6212


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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.




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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.


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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.

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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!


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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.


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DonorsChoose.org
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

DonorsChoose.org - Give the gift of learning - Go

Public Notices

2015-2016 Preliminary Budget
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Superswitch

Dr. Ray Queener visits Ms. Lundeen's class.
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Superswitch

Dave Maurer visits Ms Chris Lewandowski's Class
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Cambridge-Isanti Brochure
District Information
Student Enrollment

To enroll your child, Click on the Student Enrollment Form below. Complete the required information and bring the form to the school your child will attend.
Student Enrollment Form

Non-Resident Student Enrollment Form
Newsletter Archives
Past Articles
Minnesota Department of Education
Commissioner Dr. Brenda Cassellius's letter about Minnesota's efforts to ensure all students are performing at their full potential.
Parent Letter

Minnesota's No Child Left Behind Waiver Explained Goal
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Reading Well by Third Grade
District Plan
Teen Violence Presentation
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Did You Know
Cambridge-Isanti ISD #911 receives less money from the State and District 911 residents pay more in taxes per student than residents of 97% of other districts. Would You Like to Know Why?
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Community Engagement Forum
March 27, 2012 YouTube Video
Student Information Updated Through Family Access
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Public Forum
Questions and Answers

Teaching with Interactive Whiteboards
Schools for Equity in Education
Are we serious about quality education in Minnesota?
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March 2015 See News

Let's Reduce our Carbon Footprint
Go Green!
Renovating an Outdoor Classroom
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SEE Program
Year 10 Program Results
Energy Savings Progress
MN Energy Assistance Program
Need help paying energy bills?
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Does Your Child Have Health Insurance?
If not, help may be available.
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Food Service E-mail Notification
You can now sign up to have an e-mail reminder
sent to you when your family food service account balance falls below $10.00. Go to Family Access and sign in to your account. Choose e-mail notification.
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Flu Information & Resources
Access our district's flu information and resource web page for the latest information on the H1N1 Novel Influenza and other influenza-like illnesses.
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