Highlights From This Week
Mable Students Advance to Orange County Spelling Bee
Congratulations to Mable 8th grader Liza and 7th grader Ronik for placing 1st and 2nd, respectively, in the 7th, and 8th grade Spelling Bee. Liza's championship word was exonerate. Both students will advance to the Orange County Spelling Bee where the winner advances to the National Spelling Bee Championship in Washington, D.C. Congratulations also go out Jade for rounding out the top 3 spellers.
Citron Gives Back
The annual Operation Candy Drop candy drive began Monday, October 24th. The Citron campus has been collecting Halloween candy for the servicemen and servicewomen in the military. This year our small but mighty campus collected over 1,000 pounds of candy! Next month, Citron will be supporting the City of Anaheim's Thanksgiving Meal Project by collecting and donating food for deserving families' Thanksgiving meals. We love seeing our students become involved in service projects at such a young age. For more kid-friendly community service ideas, check out this blog post.
Hot Off the Press at Edgewood
The first edition of The Eagle's Eye, the first student newspaper at Edgewood, has just been released! This is big news around campus! Pick up your copy at Edgewood and read a sample article in this week's e-newsletter.
8th Grade Bonding at Anaheim Hills
The eighth graders just returned from their annual overnight bonding trip. They enjoyed spending time together and making quality memories during their last year here at Anaheim Hills. Check out the e-newsletter for a great re-cap of the trips.
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