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Lake Retreat 2024
Lake Retreat 2024

How much fun is it to be an Eighth Grade Hawk? The sun managed to come out for a bit at Lake Retreat and our students had a blast today! A well-deserved day to hang with friends as their last days of middle school draw to an end.

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Field Day Fun

Who doesn't love hot cocoa, snow cones, popcorn, games and fun at 9 a.m. in the morning? Our Field Day was early, energetic, and fun for our Sixth and Seventh Graders while the Eighth Graders were at Lake Retreat! Such a great way to hang out with friends and close out a successful school year. Go Hawks!

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Music Showcase
Music Showcase

The CKMS Music Showcase at the North Bend Theater was phenomenal! The talent, dedication, and hard work of these young musicians truly stole the show. Special thanks to Mrs. Calderon and Mr. Talbott for nurturing and inspiring these budding musicians. Thank you to all the parents, families, and friends who came out to support the music showcase. It's heartwarming to see such a strong community rallying behind our young performers. Showcase Program

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In Summer...
Choir Concert featuring Olaf

CKMS recently held its end-of-year concert, showcasing outstanding musical performances from the three choirs (Vivace, Musette and Jazz), all under the expert direction of Laura Calderon. The evening was a treat for families, featuring a variety of impressive pieces that highlighted the students' talent and hard work. In addition to the performances, special awards were presented to some exceptional Eighth Grade students, recognizing their dedication and achievements in music. Mrs. Calderon invited any CKMS choir alumni students to participate in the final song, One Voice, at the end of the concert. It was indeed a fun and memorable night for everyone involved!

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Food Drive Success
Food Drive Success

At the end of April, Leadership students visited the Fall City Community Food Pantry to witness how food is distributed and to determine which items are most often chosen by clients. At the beginning of May, the Leadership class created a bracket-style competition between homerooms to determine the ultimate winner. They chose to make some items worth more points to encourage high-need items to be donated to the Pantry. Leadership students collected food and other items for two weeks and were able to donate a massive truckload of supplies to the Pantry. The ultimate homeroom winner ended up being Mr. Johnson's homeroom and they celebrated with a Boba party. Congratulations, CKMS students, for a job well done in donating so many needed items to the Fall City Community Food Pantry!

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