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Great week to be a #TigerPride fan!

Friday, Oct. 26
Football: Varsity Playoffs vs Indianola
at UNI-Dome, 7 p.m.
Admission: $8 All Ages (cash or check) Free Parking

Saturday, Oct. 27
Swimming & Diving: Girls Varsity Regional

Monday, Oct. 29
Volleyball: CFHS vs. Waterloo West
at CFHS, 7 p.m.
Trunk or Treat will be held rain or shine, if needed it will be moved to the high school cafeteria.
The Cedar Falls Community School District is excited to offer an opportunity for local businesses to partner with our elementary teachers during the month of December. Each elementary classroom will spend 1-2 weeks during the month on computer science lessons and we plan to arrange a community volunteer for at least one hour in each classroom during that time. In order to meet this goal, we will need many businesses to help support this project and approximately 150 total volunteers. Please share this link with your co-workers who might be interested in volunteering: Cedar Falls Schools, Hour of Code Volunteer Sign Up

The elementary classes will be using lessons from the Code.Org materials available online. These lessons are also planned to coincide with the Hour of Code Week, December 3-9, 2018. Teachers and schools that host Hour of Code events are encouraged to include community volunteers in the classroom during these activities. Our goal is to arrange a volunteer to join each classroom for a 1 hour lesson some time during the month of December. The role of the volunteers would include working with students as they complete the online lessons and potentially providing a short explanation of experiences they have had in computer science. We hope to have all volunteers identified by November 21.

This event in December coincides with a new district wide plan to provide Computer Science instruction for students at all levels. This plan includes the addition this year of a Computer Science for Innovators and Makers course for all 7th graders as part of their exploratory rotation. At the high school level, two Computer Science courses, Computer Science Essentials and Computer Science Principles, have been added as elective opportunities for students. The Cedar Falls School District also received a $19,000 grant for the sta te to support Professional Development opportunities in Computer Science for teachers. This funding is in part supporting the implementation of our Hour of Code activities in December.

Please contact Kenton Swartley, Community Partnerships/STEM Facilitator, with any questions.
Andy Mustedanagic represented Cedar Falls High School at the
World Food Prize Global Youth Institute. He was part of a group of 200 students from 27 states and 10 countries presenting solutions to address food insecurity around the world.
BBBS of Northeast Iowa launched their newest Workplace Mentoring Program Wednesday, October 17, with North Cedar Elementary students and Viking Pump employees!
Congratulations to the 43
Cedar Falls student musicians who were accepted into the
2018 Iowa All-State Music Festival!

Students Selected for the band: Olivia Heinen, Alexandra Somodi, Abby Townsend, Elise Patton, Emma Fuchtman, Antoine Cuhat, Anastasia Davidson, Sally Fry, Megan Smith, David Butler, William Sims, Jax Barry, Johnny Hartleip, Emma Cryer, Dante Verastegui, Grace Hertz, Annika Strohm, Jacob Olthoff. 

Students selected for the choir: Katherine Lawson, Kellen Chenoweth, Madison Vetter, Willa Eacret, Jamie Knox, Kalista Mohl, Lydia Ochoa, Julia Grey, Isaac Morlan, Ian Lewis, Owen Ausborn, DaQuevion Burke, Lyle Conditt, Gus Ferguson, Sam Lubs, Noah Rouw.

Students selected for the orchestra: Astoria Chao, Klaertje Hesselink, Mindy Li, Taylor Hanson, Bhoomika Shettigar, Jenna Atkins, Kelly Kestner, Mallory Welsch, Andrew Mord.

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