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    For the week of

    January 9-13

    Monday, January 9A

    7-7:55am African Music Ensemble

    2:55-4pm Musical

    2:55-4pm Fitness Training, Girls Basketball

    2:55-9:15pm Ski/Snowboard

    3-5:30pm Math Meet (Highview)

    6:30-7:30pm ChAC


    Tuesday, January 10B

    7-7:55am Jazz Band

    2:55-4pm After-School Academic Help, Musical, Mural, Newspaper, Strategy Tabletop Gamers

    2:55-4pm Boys Basketball

    2:55-9:15pm Ski/Snowboard


    Wednesday, January 11A

    7-7:45am Chess Club (room 104)

    2:55-4pm After-School Academic Help, E-books/E-magazines Info (IMC), Musical, Science Olympiad

    2:55-4pm Fitness Training, Girls Basketball


    Thursday, January 12B

    7-7:55am Jazz Band

    2:55-4pm After-School Academic Help, Musical, Yearbook

    2:55-4pm Boys Basketball


    Friday, January 13A

    7:40-8am Student Council

    2:55-4pm Chamber Orchestra, Musical

    6pm Family Movie Night (Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life)



    FIRST LEGO League teams, The Dots, WYLDE, and Brickstormers, will compete at their sectionals tournament this weekend at Highview Middle School.  The Dots and WYLDE compete on Saturday, January 7 and Brickstormers competes on Sunday, January 8.  Both competitions are open to the public, so please come see what a LEGO League competition is like and cheer them on.  Good luck to all the teams!



    The Viewettes Dance Team will compete at the Henry Sibley Invitational this Saturday, January 7.  The competition will be begin at 10:00 am at Henry Sibley High School in Mendota Heights.  Tickets will be available at the door.  Go Viewettes!



    Attention students, staff, and parents:  Did you get an electronic gadget for the New Year? Have you had a device, but are unsure how to access e-books, e-magazines, and e-audiobooks?  If so, there’s help available for you to access all of these options through the Ramsey County Library System on your device.  Bring your device and your library card to  Chippewa’s IMC on Wednesday, January 11, from 2:50-4 pm and Marcus, a librarian from the Ramsey County Library, will be here to assist you.  If you need a Ramsey County Library card, you will be able to sign up for one of those also.  Come take advantage of this great opportunity.



    We would like to invite you and your family to join other Chippewa families for our annual family movie night on Friday, January 13!  This is a free event sponsored by ChAC.


    We will be showing "Middle School: the Worst Years of My Life" in the Chippewa Cafeteria.  Bring chairs, pillows, blankets - think outdoor park movie (but in January and warm in the cafeteria!).  Light snacks will be available for purchase but you are welcome to bring your own food (peanut free) and drinks as well.


    "Middle School: the Worst Years of My Life"

    Friday, January 13, 2017, at 6pm

    Chippewa Cafeteria


    Added bonus:  This movie is based on the best-selling book by James Patterson. Consider having your child read it before the movie date!  



    Let's start the new year off with new sports to join:  Boys & Girls Basketball and Coed Fitness Training starting January 9 through February 15.


    You can grab a paper registration from the Greeter's Desk or sign up online through the Community Education website.



    If you are interested in learning new styles and new types of board games like Catan, Ticket to Ride, Acquire, 7 Wonders, Memoir 44', or Velociraptor! this is the group for you.  We play cooperative and competitive games.  Our first 2 meetings are "try it out" meetings.  We will meet Tuesdays in the Cafeteria from 2:45 to 4pm. Register online here.



    If you are wanting to learn, or continue to play chess at the middle school level, join this club!  We will meet on Wednesday mornings from 7-7:45am in room 104 (Ms. Skildum’s art room).  You will be provided with opportunities to play in tournaments or just have fun at the club meetings.  Come try it out for the first 2 meetings!  Registration is now open!



    In response to the October 2016 Special Education Parents Survey and the first Special Education Parent and Professional Advisory Council (SEPPAC) meeting attendees, SEPPAC will hold an informational meeting covering frequently asked special education questions. These frequently asked questions will include: transition, educational evaluations, IEPs, communication, modifications including para support, extra curricular activities, etc.  


    Please join us on Thursday, February 2, from 6:45-8:15pm at Snail Lake Education Center.



    If you haven’t purchased your student directory put together by ChAC, you are in luck.  They are still available in the front office for $3.50.



    Check out what is happening at Chippewa and around the community.  Here you will find additional information that might not be including in the enews.  Be sure to check back regularly, as new flyers are added often.

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