Mark Your Calendar!
Monday, Mar. 6th - Day 6
- 150 Building: Grades 2 & 3 Art Club 3:45pm - 4:45pm @ 150 Art Room #908
- 150 Building: K & 1 Art Club 3:45pm - 4:45pm @ 150 Art Room #802
Tuesday, Mar. 7th - Day 1
- High School Open House for New HS Students and Current 8th Grade Students and Their Parents/Guardians 6:00pm @ 535 Building
Wednesday, Mar. 8th - Day 2
- Grades K-6: End of 2nd Trimester
- Grades K-6: ROAR T-shirt Day (Wear your CCS ROAR T-shirt with CCS Uniform Bottoms)
- 468 Building: K & 1 Art Club 3:45pm - 4:45pm @ 486 Building, Art Room #531
Thursday, Mar. 9th - Day 3
- Grades 9-12: 2017-2018 Course Scheduling Night 3:00pm - 7:00pm @ 535 Building
- 500 Building: Grades 4-6 Art Club 3:45pm - 4:45pm @ 500 Art Room
- Board of Trustees Public Work Session 6:00pm @ 435 Conference Room
Friday, Mar. 10th - Day 4
- 150 Building: 1st Grade Field Trip to Dutch Apple Theater (Rapunzel)
- Grades 7-12: Cougar Pride Day - Wear Your Cougar Gear with Uniform Bottoms or Jeans
- Grades K-6: Character Counts Dress Down Day for the Character Trait of Responsibility - Green Shirt w/Uniform Bottoms
Nominate Your Favorite CCS Music Teachers
March is Music in Our Schools Month and what better way to celebrate than by honoring the people who help bring music into your children's lives? Nominate your favorite CCS music teachers for one of the following awards:
- Philadelphia Youth Orchestra Ovation Award
- Grammy Music Educator Award
The Philadelphia Youth Orchestra Ovation Award honors an outstanding music teacher in the Delaware Valley Region who - while imparting musical knowledge - builds character, self-confidence, and capabilities that position students for success in every aspect of their lives. The Ovation Award highlights the significance of music education and applauds the positive impact of music teachers on the greater community. Nominate your favorite CCS music teachers for the Ovation Award by accessing the link below.
The deadline to nominate CCS music teachers for this award is Friday, March 31, 2017.
150 Career Day Volunteers Needed
Career Day for student in our 150 Building is Friday, March 31st. Volunteers are needed to provide presentations from 9:00am-10:40am.
Presenters will make four 20-minute classroom presentations. Want to volunteer, but unable to attend?Volunteers can also present via Skype or video submission. Everyone interested in presenting should provide their information by accessing the link below.
Please reply no later than Friday, March 10th. Your support and encouragement for our students’ career education and development is greatly appreciated! Questions? Please email Ms. Edwards.
Chester County Spelling Bee Results
On Wednesday, February 22nd, Zoe Greene - our CCS Spelling Bee Champion and shown in the photo with her father - competed against 50 other students at the Chester County Spelling Bee.
Confidently spelling words like "humble," "geode," and "trauma," Zoe made it to the first round of the championship. Congratulations to Zoe on her exceptional performance!
Cougar Classic 5K
Event Registration: Our 2nd Annual Cougar Classic 5K will take place Saturday, April 22nd, right here on campus. Activities include a 5K, 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk, and a Kids' Dash. Registration is open! For registration, more information, and details on how to become a sponsor, access the link below.
Event Sponsors: Collegium is seeking sponsors for our Cougar Classic 5K. Businesses, families, or individuals are welcome to become a sponsor. Over 500 people registered for the race last year, so it's especially great exposure for small businesses! Click on the link below for more information. Thank you!
Music Man Tickets On Sale Now
Tickets for the Collegium Center Stage Theatre (CCST) production of The Music Man are now on sale! This classic Tony-winning musical has been entertaining audiences since 1957 and is a family-friendly story for all ages.
Evening shows will take place at 7:00pm on Thursday, March 16th, Friday, March 17th, and Saturday, March 18th. There will also be two matinee performances at 1:00pm on Saturday, March 18th and Sunday, March 19th. Tickets are $12.00 each.
Use the link below to order your tickets online now and guarantee your spot in the audience for what promises to be a wonderful show!
Grades K-6th Character Development Program: Fairness, Responsibility, Respect, Citizenship, Trustworthiness, and Caring.
Here at Collegium, students are recognized by staff for their good character and their names and photos are added to the Good Character Walls. We have new additions to our Good Character Walls:
- Bryan Bravo-Rodriguez
- Elizabeth Daniels
- Aidan Been
- Samuel Hong
- Cole Isaacs
- Adamaris Maldanado-Gomez
- La'Nyah Parker
- Adrian Naranjo
- Sherron McKim
- Nashan Walker
- Jack Sherman
- Ali'Nasir Butler
- Yash Savalia
- Ashika Sateesh
- Nelson "Ryan" Perez
- Amishi Sharma
- Elijah Brown
- Dylan Butts
- Sohum Gautam
- Brady Sharp
- Kori Beasley
- Meikaylah Molyneaux
- Aysha Washington
- Lanorde Wheeler III
- Austin Brady
- Matthew Mullin
- Nikki McGill
- Sydney Scherrer
- Ethan Lambert
- Isabella Geibel
- Mackenzie Stype
- Marquece Gallimore
- Kiera Brady
- Breyanna Heidler
- Rosamaria Zavaleta
- Beckett Linzey
- Samuel Wallace
- Jazmin Bravo-Rodriguez
- Jennifer Silvano
- Zack Sudberg
- Michelle Velazquez
Spring K-1 Club Intramurals
The Spring K-1 Club Intramural Program is scheduled to begin in March. During the program, students will learn basic skills and play games to practice each lesson. We will emphasize team building and good sportsmanship traits - all while encouraging students to make new friends! To register, please complete and return a building-specific registration form (below).
Registration and payment are due by Wednesday, March 15th. Participant rosters will be posted on the Athletics webpage on Friday, March 24th. Individual notifications regarding participation will not be provided. If necessary, participants will be selected via lottery.
Questions? Email Coach Handley.
Pirate and Princess Pancake Party
Bring your hungry pirates and princesses to a pancake party for the whole family! Tickets are $8/Adults and $5/Kids (2 and under are free). Price includes all you can eat pancakes and sausage links, plus unlimited drinks (coffee, orange juice, soda, or tea).
Dress up as your favorite princess or fearsome pirate for extra fun (encouraged but not required)! Free face painting will also be provided by Paintings On People!
Buy your tickets online using the link below (seating is limited) and don't delay!
Our Next HSA Meeting
The next general HSA meeting will be held Wednesday, March 15th at 6:30pm. The meeting will be held in the 435 Building Conference Room. Interested in attending? Let us know! Just complete our interest form.
If you arrive after 6:30pm, that's no problem whatsoever. Just use the 435 Building Main Entrance (shown in the photo with the Collegium graphic on the window) and use the doorbell (press and hold). Someone will then provide building access so you can quickly join our meeting!