Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Nov 28

Upcoming dates of note:
*Tonight! 7PM!  Grades 5/6 Band and Chorus Concert
*Dec 7- CBMS Dance for grades 7/8- 7-9PM
*Dec 8- Lantern Parade in Waterbury Village (more info below)
*Dec 11- Grades 7/8 Band and Chorus Concert- 7PM

Harwood Wrestling Team- Open to boys and girls in grades 7 and 8.  Practice is from 3-5PM at Harwood, Mondays to Fridays, and students can ride the 2:20 bus and the 5:15 bus to and from.  For more information, e-mail the coach, Kyle Canton, at kyle.jamescanton@gmail.com

December lunch menu will be posted soon on the Cougar Cafe website!


CBMS After School Cross County Ski Program at Trapp's begins on December 20th.  Sign-up details can be found by clicking here!

2013 COUGAR YEARBOOKS FOR SALE NOW!  ORDER ONLINE  HERE OR SEND IN $25. CHECK OR CASH TO CBMS.  PLEASE NOTE:  HOMEROOM FOR STUDENTS IS THE TEAM NAME.  FOR QUESTIONS, CONTACTtmatt@wdsdvt.net.


PTO POINSETTIA/WREATH ORDER PICK-UP - Orders for the CBMS PTO Fundraiser can be picked up at Evergreen Gardens  Fri.,, Nov. 29,  Sat., Nov. 30 and Sun., Dec. 1. Hours are:  Fri. and Sat.  8:30 - 6, and Sun. 10-5.  If you have questions regarding the order, please contact Missy Semprebon at 802-244-1918.     Evergreen Gardens is located on Rt. 100 North in Waterbury Center,  Phone # - 244-8523. 


River of Light Community Lantern Parade to Illuminate Downtown Waterbury Sat., Dec. 8
Waterbury’s 3rd annual River of Light Community Lantern Parade takes to the village streets soon after dark on Saturday, Dec. 8. Burlington’s 20-person street samba band, Sambatucada, will lead the illuminated procession starting off at 5 p.m. at Thatcher Brook Primary School. The parade will make its way down Stowe Street to Main Street, turn left and head downtown to Park Row with a gathering at the end for singing at Rusty Parker Park. The roughly hour-long event will coincide with Revitalizing Waterbury’s annual Holiday Stroll where local merchants have extended hours and specials to encourage customers to do their holiday shopping in town. Many participants in the parade will be school children and their family members. Students made lanterns in November at special workshops led by artist Gowri Savoor and TBPS art teacher MK Monley, also organizers of the event. This year’s theme is “outer space” which will be reflected in the lantern creations. Lanterns range in size from simple hand-held paper mache creations to large pieces carried by two or more people. All are welcome to participate in the parade and bring their own battery-operated lanterns. Spectators are encouraged to line the parade route and hold or wear lighted or glowing objects to make this year’s event bigger and brighter than ever. (No fire light, please. Battery-operated LED lights will be available for sale.) Sponsors are GMCR, TBPS PTO, Ben & Jerry's Community Foundation. Up-to-date parade details atwww.ariveroflightinwaterbury.wordpress.com.

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