Bizarre Bazaar (MS TSA Craft Faire)
From: Mayo Steven M
December 16th is our Bizarre Bazaar!
Bizarre (bi·zarre – bəˈzär)
very strange or unusual, especially so as to cause interest or amusement.
Bazaar (ba·zaar – bəˈzär)
a fundraising sale of goods, typically for charity.
HOW IT WORKS:
You reserve a space ($20 for your first 6 foot table/$10 per table after that).
PLEASE bring your own crafts, personal businesses, or just those items you have been meaning to sell. Tables are open to any and all people, organizations, businesses and school clubs.
Anything you sell is your profit to keep. We make our money from the reservation fee you pay.
Set up is at 9:00am in the Cab Calloway School of the Arts Lobby.
Sale ends at 4:00pm. Clean-up is from 4-5:00pm.
Vendors Craft Fair EVENT DESCRIPTION and DETAILS for Craft Fair
Boscov’s Friends Helping Friends Fundraiser Day
Tuesday, October 17th is our Boscov’s Friends Helping Friends Fundraiser Day. We are selling 25% coupons for any Boscov’s location. These are $5 and can be purchased by contacting Jeni at
We will also have a table at the Christiana Boscov’s location from 6-10pm. Come see us!
AND if you’re in the Christiana area, our Red Robin Night is from 5-8pm.
See attached for easy, fun and delicious way to support Cab Calloway’s PTSO!
Remember to take your flyer with you.
Eat in or take-out: 15% of the proceeds goes back to Cab Calloway!
See you there!
See the PDF here. Fundraiser Details
College Fairs: Nov. 12th and Nov. 14th
60th Annual Delaware School Counselor Association College Night on Tuesday, November 14th at the Bob Carpenter Center from 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM, is free and open to the public. (list of schools that have confirmed their attendance as of 10/15/17 is attached). In addition, Delaware Department of Education will be offering a financial aid presentation to all that are interested: running from 6:15pm-7:00pm (also in the Bob Carpenter Center).
Both events are HUGE and good for all ages. So, whether you are a Senior still deciding, Juniors starting their process, or Sophomores and Freshmen that want an early look, you are sure to get all of the information you are looking for (and probably more).
Department Chair of School Counseling
Cab Calloway School of the Arts
100 N. DuPont Road
Wilmington, DE 19807
(302) 651-2705 ex. 277
DSCA College Night Flyer 2017 National College Fair – Philadelphia 2017 National College Fair – Philadelphia 2017 List of Schools
HURRICANE MARIA relief efforts
Our district is making a concerted effort to contribute to the hurricane relieve in Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands. Please help support our efforts next week, October 16 – 20.
1. Staff may donate $20 or more for a “JEANS WEEK.” Staff who contribute may wear jeans all week next week.
2. Anyone may purchase a DIFFERENCE MAKER sticker from our cafeteria. They are $1
3. Anyone may purchase a SNACK BAG for $5. Included in that bag will be a carbonated juice drink and Rainbow goldfish. Students who purchase a snack bag donation will also receive a DIFFERENCE MAKER sticker in their snack bag. Our cafeteria will be selling the snack bags all next week, and all proceeds benefit the hurricane relief.
4. Make a general donation of any amount – parent and community members may make a donation of any amount. We will happily provide you a DIFFERENCE MAKER sticker as well!
5. On FRIDAY, October 20th – student council is sponsoring a student HAT DAY – students may wear a hat for making a donation of any size to HURRICANE MARIA relief efforts.
Thank you for supporting the victims of Hurricane Maria.
Picture Day Sept 12th!
Picture Day September 12 for grades 6-8 and 10-11.
If you haven’t already, there’s still time to order school pictures on mylifetouch.com today.
Si aún no lo hiciste, estás a tiempo de encargar hoy las fotos escolares en mylifetouch.com
Envía tu pedido del retrato antes del 12 septiembre 2017.
7th-12th Grade “Choreographers in Collaboration Concert”
The 2nd Annual “Choreographers in Collaboration Concert” will be held on Thursday September 14th. This will be presented as a school show during the day. Students can prepare pieces of their choice up to 3.5 minutes. Each choreographer should be collaborating with a different art form. We welcome all cast sizes from duets to large groups. This is open to 7th-12 graders ONLY. Auditions will be held on Wednesday September 6th. This is a fast turnaround for our show so we are expecting to see completed pieces. This is a great opportunity to connect with your peers over the summer and get creative. We look forward to seeing all your pieces! Please contact either Mrs. Madsen Robbins at email@example.com or Mrs. Cohen Sherlock at Allyson.Cohen@redclay.k12.de.us if you have any questions or concerns.
Tara Madsen Robbins MFA, BA
Professional Dancer, Choreographer, Educator
Cab Calloway School of the Arts
Ice Cream Social, August 23
Cab Calloway Parent Teacher Student Organization (PTSO) welcomes you to the 2017/2018 School Year!
Join us at the new Student Orientation and the PTSO sponsored Ice Cream Social on August 23rd and learn what the PTSO does to help our students and teachers.
Whether you would like to be involved a little or a lot – your tax deductible donation enables the PTSO to support our students, teachers and staff throughout the year.
Attached is the PTSO Membership form and more information on the various activities the PTSO is involved in.
Looking forward to seeing you!
If you have any questions, please reach out to the PTSO any time: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your support,
Cab Calloway PTSO
Support Leon’s Team for the Annual 5K
This is the 4th year for Leon’s Team and my first year on the team participating in the B+ 5K to Fight Childhood Cancer to raise money for a cure and to remember Leon Huhn! Sterling will be away at his summer job, but Sebastien – his brother – and I will be walking with the Huhn family and many of our neighbors as we remember Leon together as they live right up the street from us and Leon and Max were part of our Cab carpool.
Please help us by making a contribution online to support Leon’s Team:
1. Click here<http://www.beposfdn.org/5K17> and select Leon’s Team
2. Find our name (Ashley Dalzell or Sebastien Gray) and click on it
3. Complete the online form and safely use a credit card to make a donation. You’ll receive an online receipt for tax purposes.
Thank you for helping us fight to childhood cancer and remembering Leon. Please forward this to others so we can surpass our goal!
(Cab parent of a 2016 grad)
Fall Sports Physicals Due on or Before August 1
All student athletes participating in a fall sport must provide a completed DIAA formhttp://www.charterschool.org/downloads/athletics/csw-diaa-physical-form.pdf to the school nurse on or before AUGUST 1, 2017. Fall sports include football, cross country, field hockey, boys soccer and girls volleyball. Avoid the last minute rush and get your physicals scheduled now. Call your health care provider or the School-Based Health Center at 651-2100 and get your physicals done now. Students must be registered at the School-Based Health Center in order to have a physical done. Please complete this registration form before your appointment.http://charterschool.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/school-based-health-center.pdf
Tryouts start August 15. No physicals will be processed on August 14 or 15! Student athletes must use the DIAA form that can be downloaded here.http://www.charterschool.org/downloads/athletics/csw-diaa-physical-form.pdf If you have any questions concerning sport physicals, call the school nurse, Anne Cloud, at 651-2700 ext 504 or Chris Eddy, athletic director at 651-2727 ext 345. Please leave a message and your call will be returned.
Anne Cloud, MSN, RN
Cab Calloway School of the Arts
Red Clay Consolidated School District
Phone 302-651-2700 x504
FINALE & June 12 & 13
Friday morning is the FINALE ceremony for grade 8 at 9:00 AM. If all of their work is complete, and they are being promoted, they are finished on Friday after the ceremony. Their dance is that evening from 6 – 9 PM. Students who are in danger of NOT BEING PROMOTED should attend next week to complete any missed work toward promotion.
WEEK OF JUNE 12
Students in grades 9, 10 or 11 – only need to come next week to make up exams.
On Monday, June 12th:
All 6th and 7th graders will attend classes with their teachers for next year. (We are calling this our middle school MOVE UP.) 6th graders will meet their 7th grade teachers and 7th grade students will meet their 8th grade teachers. Teachers will share with students what to expect for next year, and will also share summer work expectations with students.
The after lunch schedule is as follows for 6th and 7th graders on Monday, June 12th:
11:07 Period 1 in the next year’s grade
11:31 Period 2 in the next year’s grade
11:55 Period 3 in the next year’s grade
12:29 Period 4 in the next year’s grade
12:53 Period 5 in the next year’s grade
1:17 Period 6 in the next year’s grade
1:41 Period 7 in the next year’s grade
2:05 Period 8 in the next year’s grade
WCU Summer Music Camps- registration deadlines
Summer Music Camps SUMMUSCAMP@wcupa.edu
Online registration deadline for the 2017 WCU Elementary School and Middle School Summer Music Camps is Friday, June 16th. Paper applications for the EL/MS Camps must be postmarked by Friday, June 16th.
Applications for the 2017 HS Summer Music Institute must be submitted (online or postmarked) by Monday, June 26th.
All of our summer camp brochures and applications can be found online at www.wcupa.edu/SummerMusicCamps
Professor Ralph Sorrentino
Director, EL and MS Summer Music Camps
Director, HS Summer Music Institute
THANK YOU TO ALL
PTSO and the After Prom Committee would like to thank all CAB families who so generously donated to the success of the 2017 After Prom. We appreciate all that you did to help make the event a success: whether it was food that you donated, gift cards, monetary support and/or the time you volunteered to help with preparations or the night’s festivities at the Hockessin Athletic Club.
We’d also like to recognize two very special individuals who donated their professional services in order to help make the evening more special – please think of them when you are planning your own events and may need the assistance they can provide:
1. John McCafferty of MJMAC Productions was on hand to photograph and videotape at both Prom and After Prom. John is the friendly face behind the camera at SO MANY CAB events – he and his family are incredibly generous with their time and talent. You may not know that John also does Computer Repair and Tuneups, Photo Restoration, and Media Conversion. See mjmac.net for more email@example.com. 302-439-3666
2. Polly Tindle is a complete Party Planning Consultant for everything from home parties to big events. She has experience in menu planning, catering, choosing locations, setup, musicians. She willingly dug through her basement and brought a car full of supplies to help personalize our space at the HAC. (Tindlep@aol.com or 302-299-5117) Polly also coordinates Spring/Fall cooking classes done by local and visiting chefs at Everything But the Kitchen Sink – for more information see everythingbutthekitchensink.com.
TSA McDonalds Fundraiser June 8th!
Next Thursday June 8th we will have a fundraiser to support Cab Calloway TSA’s trip to Nationals in Orlando Florida. Please spread the word! The poster was created by Taylor H.
Located on Kirkwood Highway on near Price’s corner from 4pm-7pm.
4625 Kirkwood Hwy
Wilmington, DE, United States
Digital Communication Arts Teacher
Cab Calloway School of the Arts