4:00 PM - 8:00 PM K Enrollment & Screening (K students incoming Aug 17)
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM K Enrollment & Screening (K students incoming Aug 17)
10:00 AM - 7:00 PM K Enrollment & Screening (K students incoming Aug 17)
CJ Day at the Springfield Cardinals: Get your tickets now for CJ Day at the Springfield Cardinals game - April 29, 6 pm. Tickets are $12. Call 649-5760 to order your tickets. Four dollars from each ticket goes to the Intermediate Music Department. The 6th grade audition choir, The Treble Makers, will be singing the National Anthem before the start of the game. A special section of seats is reserved for CJ community members. The last day for tickets sales is April 21.
Dance Team Tryout Clinic: March 27 - 31. Tryouts will be Friday, March 31. All participants (including incoming freshman) must have a physical on file.
Gifted Program Application Deadline: Friday, April 7, All nomination forms and gifted scales and/or achievement scores must be received by the screening deadline in order to determine qualification for June 2017 intelligence testing. New qualifiers will be placed in the gifted program beginning August 2017. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
As part of an ongoing partnership Freeman Health System donated an Automated External Defibrillator to Carl Junction Schools. This unit is located at the Junior High School. There are now three AED units strategically located around the Carl Junction campus.
Each year, the Veterans of Foreign Wars association holds competitions for school children that may result in scholarships or cash awards. Two of these programs recently named Carl Junction students as preliminary winners: at the high school level, The Voice of Democracy award and for grades 6-8, the Patriot's Pen award. For more on the awards and their recipients, read the full story.
Carl Junction Schools rank as one of the top academic schools in Missouri. Over the past two months, state and national academic performance scores have been released and there are a lot of reasons to celebrate at Carl Junction School District.**
Everyone has preconceived ideas or feelings associated with the word engineering. We think of details, factories, production, hard work, and hard-thinking. Very rarely would the first word that comes to mind be fun. But “fun” is exactly how the Carl Junction students who take the newly formed Introduction to Engineering Design classes feel about the subject.