March 14, 2011 - Volume 25 - 2010 -'11
Mrs. Roberts - Headmistress


Mrs. Moody’s memorial service was a comforting time for us
to gather together and remember all that she contributed to
the Coronado and Christ Church Day School communities.
There were other things I learned about Pat Moody over the
years she was at CCDS. For instance, she once sailed a
twenty-five foot sailboat with her husband from San Francisco
to Hawaii. (And got stuck in the doldrums for a week!) She
was a gracious hostess and a very generous person. She left
the legacy of joyful music with so many of us. I will always
remember her leading the students in the beautiful choral
renditions of “Silent Night” with the harmony and two verses layering one on top
of the other. We will each remember Mrs. Moody in our own way. May the happy
thoughts and music linger in our hearts.

There are many questions to deal with after such a tragedy, and we have to get on
with the business of music at CCDS, as Mrs. Moody would have wanted us to do.
So here are the answers to a few anticipated questions. After contacting local
schools and colleges and universities, several highly qualified people applied for
the music teaching position. I have hired Mr. Darren Thorn to fill out the year with
our students and, yes, there will be a Spring Sing.




DATE             SERVERS           MENU

March 18             K          Cheese pizza, salad, veggies, fruit
March 25             JK        Lasagna with veggies, fruit, garlic bread
April 1                 6th        Quesidillas, veggie sticks, fruit
April 8                 5th        Bean burritos, veggie sticks, fruit
April 15               3rd        Potato bar, fruit
April 29               4th        Teriyaki chicken, rice, veggies, fruit
May 6                 2nd        Pizza, salad, veggies, fruit
May 13               1st         Spaghetti with turkey meatballs, veggies, fruit
May 20               K           Hamburgers, salad, veggies, fruit
May 27               JK         Bean burritos or taco salad, veggies, fruit
June 3                6th        Turkey chili, corn bread, fruit





Teachers’ note: Music Program Year 3, Week 2 – March CD 1 TRK 4 page 68
This week’s feature composer is Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750).
The feature composition is Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 1. Allegro.


THIRD GRADE is collecting General Mills Box Tops for Education
to earn moneyin support of the "Earth's Birthday Project."
Send them in to school through the end of April. Thank you for
helping the third graders make a difference in our world for our
service learning project.

Jumprope for Heart donation envelopes will be sent home today. Any parent,
relative or neighbor that would like to donate to the American Heart Association
will be appreciated. I will put extras in the office. Please turn them in by March 25.
All money will go to the American Heart Association.

The next meeting will be March 22 for about
an hour. I am looking for several moms to chair the event with me.
Anyone who is interested, please attend. The Kindergarden and
Second grade parents are responsible for this fun event.

Also please mark your calendars to SAVE THE DATE.
Playday is on Thursday, June 9 from 11:00 to 2:00. All dads, uncles, brothers
are welcome. They run the entire event and we end with the popular
Water Balloon Toss. Please mark these dates. Jumprope for Heart is March 25.
All information and a parent letter will be passed out on March 7.
Mrs. Duryea




COMPUTER CLUB – Mondays 2:55-3:25 pm.

DRAMA CLUB THIS Tuesday 2:55-4:00 pm.

There will be a dress rehearsal Monday, March 21, 2:55-4:00 pm.
“Jack and the Beanstock,” will be performed March 22, 7:00 pm.

CHOIR CLUB – Thursdays 2:55 – 3:25 pm.

BATON – Fridays 2:55 pm – 3:45pm.



Spiritual Nurture 

This week spiritual nurture students are learning about the Eucharist
as a feast. They will compare and contrast it to other feasts they have
experienced, especially Thanksgiving dinner. Communion is a
joyful meal that we share at God’s Table!

Happy Birthday this week to

Emma Sandke (5th) 3/13
Peter Busch (1st) 3/14
T.J. Varley (JK) 3/16
Gabriel Harkema (K) 3/18


Grandparents Day 2010


MONDAY, March 14
Pi Day = π = 3.14159+
Jumprope for Heart kickoff.
Computer Club 2:55–3:25 pm.

TUESDAY, March 15
Chapel Holy Eucharist
8:00 am.
Classics 4 Kids docent
will visit JK-3rd grades.
– JK-1st-1:30; 2nd-3rd- 2:00 pm.
Drama Club 2:55 – 4:00 pm.

On Applebee Pond-
2nd & 3rd- 8:05-8:25;
JK & K – 8:30 -8:50;
1st – 9:05-9:25.
Art Parent – 5th.
3rd – Old Town Tour 9:30 –1:30 pm.
JK – Library visit 9:30 am.
JK – 6th dismiss 2:30 pm.

THURSDAY, March 17
FREE DRESS Happy St. Patrick’s Day –
but wear something green!

Jr. Kinder. and Kindergarten –
Zoo visit 9:00 – 2:30 pm.
*AFTER SCHOOL*                                                                                               Choir Club 2:55 – 3:25 pm.

FRIDAY, March 18
3rd Grade Parent Coffee
with Mrs. Roberts 8:00 am.

ART Parent – 2nd.
ART – 3rd-11:00; 5th-12:45;
6th – 1:45.
Baton 3:00 – 3:45 pm.

or Friday is cheese pizza,
salad veggies, fruit.
Kindergarten Parents serve
this hot lunch.

Be sure to send in $4.00 on
(ORDER DAY) Wednesday if
you are not prepaying for
hot lunch and wish for your
child to have it on Friday.
No IOU’s.


Going Home Today:
Jumprope for Heart
donation envelopes

and community flyers
Look for these in
your child’s backpack.



TUESDAY, March 22
Playday meeting 8:00 am.

Drama Club Play,
“Jack and the Beanstalk”
at 7:00 pm.

TUESDAY, March 29
5:45 – 7:00 pm.

THURSDAY, April 28

SPRING SING 6:00 pm.




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Vacation Bible School
Early registration for
July's Vacation Bible School
is available. Call the church
office for details.
435-4561or visit the website.


March 18 - Kids Night Out -
6:00 - 10:00 pm.


.......... CCDS Mission Statement

The Educational Mission of
Christ Episcopal Church is
predicated on Anglican
Theologians of The 17th
Century who suggested that
human reason offers a tool to
interpret scriptures and to
wrestle with the most difficult
issues of humanity. It is our
desire to establish a learning
environment that fosters the
development of reason and
critical thinking skills to serve
in the exploration of the deepest
issues of humanity and to better
understand our responsibilities
as individuals for the well-being
of society. It is an environment
founded on the love of God and
the love of our fellow human beings.


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