Education calendar for May 14 |

Education calendar for May 14

Monday, May 16

Students will be celebrating International Week at East Elementary School. There will be a variety of activities throughout the week for students and their parents.

Swimming classes at Craig Intermediate School will run through Friday.

There will be talent show performances throughout the day at Sunset Elementary.

8:15 a.m. The fly fishing class at Craig Middle School is taking a field trip to the fish hatchery at Rifle Gap.

6 p.m. A music awards ceremony will be held in the MCHS auditorium.

Tuesday, May 17

5:30 p.m. The Sunset Elementary Parents Advisory Council meets in the cafeteria.

7 p.m. An academic awards ceremony will be held in the MCHS auditorium.

Wednesday, May 18

Sunset Elementary is hosting a field day for the entire school.

8:15 a.m. The fourth-grade class at Ridgeview Elementary will be headed to Dinosaur National Monument for a field trip.

9 a.m. Kindergarten Field Day until 10:30 a.m. at Sunset Elementary.

1 p.m. Disaster drill at Craig Middle School.

Thursday, May 19

6:30 p.m. The “We See D.C.” students and their parents will meet in the Craig Middle School cafeteria.

7 p.m. The acting class at CMS will present plays for parents.

7 p.m. There is a band concert at Craig Intermediate School.

Friday, May 20

11:15 a.m. The Citizens Award luncheon will be held at Craig Intermediate School.

7 p.m. The Eight-Grade Transition Ceremony will be held at MCHS auditorium with a reception to follow.

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