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Orchestra Concert Notes!

Congratulations to all the students who performed in the orchestra concert! You all did an awesome job! A special congratulations to Makalee Bruegeman on her viola solo and to the cello performance made up of Chris Parent, Sadie Oesch, Tyler Lambson, Eliot Dayley, Emilee Goettig, and Roz Hilton. They played extremely well Very!! impressive evening by all the groups!!
Keep up the good work!
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Spring Sports Start March 13th!

Tennis and track start (TODAY) Monday, March 13th right after school. If you
have not completed paperwork or paid for your ASB card you must do
that before you can compete in a match or meet. Bring your gear on
Monday for track and tennis. Activity bus leaves at 5:15
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Track Hurdlers! Free Clinic Saturday!

There is a free clinic at the high school on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to noon, for any kids interested in hurdling this year. Please show up with appropriate gear to run if you are interested.
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Dodge Ball Tournament!

Canyon Springs High School is organizing a dodge ball tournament! The event will take place at Syringa Middle School on March 10th at 6:00 p.m. Teams of five players can compete for bragging honors and help Canyon Springs earn money for Prom expenses. Entry fee is only $10.00! The event is open to those in middle school and older.
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JMS Orchestra Performs at Middle School State Conference!

Congratulations to the JMS Advanced Orchestra for their excellent performance last Friday evening at the opening of the Idaho Middle Level Conference in Boise.
Several teachers from Jefferson and Syringa were in attendance to cheer them on! It was a privilege for our 8th grade orchestra students to represent Caldwell Schools.
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Robotics Meet Results!

Our Robotics Teams competed this Weekend at Syringa.
The 6th Grade Dragon Team suffered a major setback before the competition due to a scheduling conflict with other clubs.
Team Dragon Members: Issac Collier, Ethan Smith, Ben Herrera, Nerio Marraquin spent many extra hours redesigning their bots once their teams merged and kept working hard throughout the competition.
Their bot suffered a major programming issue and friction caused by a gear in their drivetrain early on and was not able to recover from the fault.
They received compliments about how their bot was very original in design and this team continued to work on their bot and troubleshoot their systems well after the competition had ended. This team was very dedicated and impressed many other coaches and judges with their work ethic and teamwork.

Team EVA, an All Girls Engineering team, lost one of their members to illness just before the match. Although they gave it their all, they were not able to pull off a win.

The 8th grade boys team scored points with their bot but were not able to bring home a trophy this year.

Our teams networked well during the competition and are looking forward to some skirmishes with Syringa and Boise quite soon.
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