Thursday, December 2

SCOREBOARD game highlights: anaheim hills boys basketball vs. edgewood

Anaheim Hills Tri-Way Boys Basketball vs Edgewood
November 30, 2010

Final Score: Edgewood beats Anaheim Hills, 28-38

The boys basketball team fought hard against the Edgewood Eagles, but Edgewood ultimately came through with a win. Lead by Kyle G., Sam J. and Brady L., the Cougars showed their athletic skill on the court, despite the loss. The team rebounded and trapped well, as you can see in the above action shot!

Come out and cheer them on to victory in their next game on Thursday, December 2 at Pegasus.

Contributed by Vicky, Anaheim Hills Campus

SCOREBOARD game highlights: anaheim hills girls basketball vs. edgewood

Anaheim Hills Tri-Way Girls Basketball vs Edgewood
November 30, 2010

Final Score: Anaheim Hills beats Edgewood 46-6

The 2009-2010 Tri-Way Leagues Champions kicked off the 2010-2011 season with a win over the Edgewood Eagles.  Lead by returning captains Jade W. and Samantha C., the lady Cougars were already in stride to have a great season.  The Lady Cougars won 46-6. Georgia L., Maya W. and Kaleigh P. contributed many baskets and some awesome blocks in this game. 

The Lady Cougars are back in action on Thursday, December 2 at the Pegasus.  They are an exciting team to watch so come out and cheer on this amazing group of girls!

Contributed by Vicky, Anaheim Hills Campus

Wednesday, December 1

SCHOOL NEWS mable winter concert invitation

The holidays are just around the corner, and the Mable Campus would like to cordially invite you to attend our Winter Concert!

Wednesday December 8, 9am and 6:30pm: 1st and 2nd Grade Winter Musicals 

Wednesday December 15, 9am and 6:30pm:  Instrumental Holiday Concert featuring our beginning 6th grade strings, wind and brass classes, our Mable Elementary Ensemble, JH Orchestra and soloists

These concerts will last approximately 75 - 90 minutes.

We hope you will enjoy these performances and happy holidays to all of you!

Contributed by Alyssa, Marketing

SCOREBOARD game highlights: edgewood basketball vs. anaheim hills

Our basketball season kicked off yesterday with two games against Anaheim Hills. The tension was high, and ultimately our junior high boy's team was victorious! Unfortunately, our girl's team was not able to defeat Anaheim Hills, but they are working hard practicing for their next game. Congratulations to both of our teams for their great sportsmanship and determination!

We hope to see all of you at our games this season! 

Contributed by Jonna, Edgewood Campus

Wednesday, November 24

SNACK TIME "a" is for apples

A is for "Apples," one of the most popular, flavorful and healthful fruit grown in the world. Do you have a favorite fruit?  Three-fourths of Americans name apples as their favorite fruit to snack on.

The state of Washington is the largest grower followed by New York, Michigan, California and many other states producing about 2500 varieties.

Do you have a favorite variety? I love Fuji and Honey Crisp.   Most popular in the US include red delicious (a Fairmont favorite), Golden Delicious, Fuji, Granny Smith, Rome, McIntosh, Gala, and Jonathon. Which one is your favorite?

Does an apple-a-day really keep the doctor away?  Maybe. In addition to vitamins and mineral, apples are a rich source of pectin, a type of fiber with a number of protective health benefits including acting as an antioxidant, and lowering risk for colon cancer, high blood pressure and gall stones. Apples are also high in flavonoids, another compound with heart health benefits.

So whether you eat apples for their health benefits or just because they taste good consider eating apples in your daily snack routine!

(Photo by Boston Finds)

Contributed by Leslie K. Kay, MS, RD, Nutrition Management

Tuesday, November 23

BOOK REPORT edgewood's pick is perfect for cold and flu season

A Bad Case of Stripes
By David Shannon

This book is about Camilla Cream who loves lima beans, but she never eats them. Why? Because the other kids in her school don't like them. And Camilla Cream is very, very worried about what other people think of her. In fact, she's so worried that she's about to break out in...a bad case of stripes! The moral of the yourself! Don't worry about what others think of you. A perfect read for junior kindergarten and up.

Contributed by Jonna, Edgewood campus

BOOK REPORT citron picks tome that teaches honesty

The Empty Pot
By Demi
Ages: 4 to 7

An emperor needs to find a wise heir for his throne. Because the king loves flowers, he decides to let the flowers choose who it will be. He tells all the children that they can each get one seed and the one that can grow the most beautiful flower will be the next emperor.  Ping is a little boy who can grow anything, yet cannot get anything to grow from the Emperor’s seed. Ping finds out that his failure is turned into triumph when his honesty is rewarded.

Submitted by Jody Moran, Citron campus