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Season of COURAGE
Eighth Grade students designed sleds to give as COURAGE Award prizes for the rest of the school.  Look at these fabulous sleds!  Special thanks to art teachers Ms. Puckett & Ms. Smith for their donation of paint, and to Mr. Inloes & Ms. Niccoli for helping oversee the project!  
On Thursday, December 15th our CUBS gathered in the gymnasium for our December COURAGE Assembly.  Select CUBS from all grades were honored for showing Respect during the month of December.  Also T-Time winners were drawn by Mrs. Pedersen.
The Top Ten fundraisers were honored by the Parent/Teacher Organization for their efforts towards raising over $37,000.00 during this year's fundraiser.  The money raised will be used to purchase technology in our school. 
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Coach Mark Kwast recognized the middle school swimmers who took second during the season ending championship swim meet.  Mr. Pell and Mrs. Tellez celebrated the 5th grade win of the intermediate level highest average daily attendance award.  Eighth grade won the award for the middle school level, and 2nd Grade earned the trophy for the primary level.
Middle School teachers Mrs. Haefeli, Mrs. Mick, and Mr. Hope awarded "Multiplication Masters" awards to eleven 3rd Grade students.  And Librarian Miss Ryder awarded sixteen Library Reading Challenge awards to ten students. 
Sixteen sleds were awarded as COURAGE Awards to two students from Kindergarten - 7th grade.  These sleds were decorated by 8th grade students to help our CUBS celebrate the "Season of COURAGE."  (See more about the sleds above.)
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And the assembly ended with an all-school sing-a-long led by our music teachers Miss Albertson and Mr. Rieder.
h hero
 The 5210 Health Heroes program is a free program sponsored by Healthy Kids Club.* The goal of the program is to recognize students and staff for being healthy role models and practicing the 5210 healthy habits. It’s a great way to build visibility and momentum for 5210 prior to the Schools on the Move 5210 Challenge in February!
Here at Winograd we will be selecting 2 students and/or staff members each month to be our Health Heroes.  A Health Hero can be nominated by any student or staff.  Health Heroes will be announced at each COURAGE Assembly starting with the January assembly.  They win a T-Shirt, car magnet and certificate and as well as a spot on the Health Heroes bulletin board in the cafeteria.  
On Monday morning, October 31st all Winograd CUBS big and small gathered on the Northridge High School practice field to work together to stomp out bullying.  
An anonymous donor purchased a T-Shirt for every student and staff member at the school.  The T-shirts had a CUB riding in a car and said “Stick it to Bullies!” on the front, with the student’s grade level displayed on the back. 
The CUBS assembled into their Caring CUBS Connect groups.  They then marched around the field holding banners they had created earlier in the month  The banners had anti-bullying bumper stickers phrases on them and encouraged alternatives to bullying and for all to take a stand and lend a hand against bullies were displayed throughout the field.
It was a great way for all of our CUBS to show COURAGE! 
The Winograd K-8 School CUBS hosted their Field Day on Friday, September 16, 2016.  Grades Kindergarten through Fifth journeyed from station to station flexing their muscles and breathing in the gorgeous day!  Physical Education teacher, Laurie Hughes-Coffman puts on a great day, and has fabulous help from the Middle School COURAGE Team.  It was a great day to be a CUB!” 

Stumped about what to give to your favorite CUB?  Look no further.  Winograd just received a shipment of machine stitched, all cotton, velcro adjustable CUBS ball caps.  One size fits all and they are $15.00 each.  
See Mrs. Archibeque in the office for more information.
 Select CUB Wear items are also available for purchase. 

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