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April 12, 2021

CRMS Morning Announcements – April 12, 2021

 

Day 1

 

Jazz Appreciation Month (fondly known as "JAM") was created by the Natural Museum of American History in 2001 to recognize and celebrate the extraordinary heritage and history of jazz for the entire month of April. JAM is intended to stimulate and encourage people of all ages to participate in jazz - to study the music, attend concerts, listen to jazz on radio and recordings, read books about jazz, and more. 

  

Miles Dewey Davis III (May 26, 1926 – September 28, 1991) was an American trumpeter, bandleader, and composer. He is among the most influential and acclaimed figures in the history of jazz and 20th-century music 

Davis recorded several albums with his sextet during the 1950s, including Porgy and Bess and Kind of Blue, his final album of the decade, released in 1959. Now considered one of the greatest jazz albums ever recorded, Kind of Blue is credited as the largest-selling jazz album of all time, selling more than 2 million copies.

  

April is Autism awareness month: 

Did you know that in 2020 it was reported that 1 in 54 children in the US is diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder? 

1 in 34 boys identified with Autism and 1 in 144 girls identified with Autism 

Boys are 4 times more likely to be diagnosed than girls. 

Each of us learns differently.  Celebrate your learning, think about others and open your mind to diversity. 

 

We are excited to announce that the 2021-2022 Agenda Cover Contest has been extended until April 16th! 6th & 7th graders please remember that covers must include the words Creative, Resilient, Mindful & Spirited. No computer-generated art will be accepted and all submissions must fit on a standard ( 8 ½ x 11) piece of paper. Please drop them off to Mrs. Keeler in the main office. 

 

An announcement for all 7th and 8th graders interested in Spring sports:  
Family ID registration is currently open for the Spring Season.  The Spring season starts April 26th for track, baseball, softball, lacrosse and field hockey.  Please go to familyId.com and register
 

 

Junior Achievement is meeting on teams this Wednesday @1.45. Any questions please email Mrs. Sanyal. 

  

8th grade band students for period 7b- there will be no band today.  Please stay in your lunch/ study hall rooms.

 

Over the weekend our girls modified soccer team had a great 14-1 win over Rush Henrietta. Leading the scoring was Brodie Huber-Gallio and Salila Cintron with two goals each. Goals were also scored by Grace Evans, Emma Wesley, Maddy Littlefield, Kate Pinto, Kristen Matzky, Lilly Mastrosimone, Lizzie Wilmot, Lea Kenny, Laura Manjerovic and Cecily Kaul.  

 

Our Boon Supply Fundraiser is off to a great start!  Believe it or not, we have already raised over 700 dollars!  Thank you to those who have jumped on board! If you haven't signed up on the website or shared the link with family and friends, you still have LOTS of time!  All money raised will be put towards making our school better for current and future Midknights.  See your homeroom teacher a flyer of information if you were absent last week. 

 

The boys and girls cross country team raced against Rush-Henrietta this past Saturday and many athletes set new personal records!  The boys team finished first in the 1.5 mile race with Will Tempest coming in first place with an awesome time of 9:14. In 3rd place was Brady Krenzer with a time of 9:56. In 4th place was Brendan Huang with a time of 10:04. And in 5th place was Jack Andrews with a time of 10:05. For the girls Reid Smith crushed her personal record and finished in first place with a time of 10:32. Calia Reder finished 3rd with a time of 11:42. Elly Riley finished 7th with a time of 12:52. And Devorah Hewitt finished 8th with a time of 13:10. Way to run Midknights!  
 

Have a great day and follow the MidKnight Way!