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Spring Fest!

Save the date for Spring Fest 2020 on Saturday, April 25 from 2 pm- 6 pm at CMP Capitol Campus!


This fundraiser (last year known as Glow Fest) is a family event that will feature a petting zoo, shirt tye dye, food, silent auction, face painting, classroom organized games, crafts, and activities, and much more! T-shirts for tie dying at the event will be available for pre-event purchase - more info to come soon on how to purchase.
 

Admission is free. Open to the neighborhood community. Ticket prices for activities to be announced soon. Funds raised from this event will be used toward campus beautification, classroom supplies and materials, and our field trip fund.

Stay tuned for more details!

Capitol Campus Tours for 2020-2021 School Year

Capitol Campus Tours: 2020-2021 School Year 

If you are interested in your child attending California Montessori Project - Capitol Campus your first step is to take a tour! Please click the link below to reserve your spot. We offer 10 tours from January through March on Tuesdays. We ask that you not bring children on the tours unless you have a babe in arms and that you arrive on time. If you sign up and are unable to attend the tour please remove your reservation. We look forward to meeting you!

http://www.cap.cacmp.org/content/enrollment

Around Campus - November 2019

Dear Parents and Community Members,


Thank you so much for supporting our APEX Fundraiser. We raised over $17,000.00 this year that will go towards computers, campus beautification and field trips. We appreciate your participation and assistance in helping make this happen. The students enjoyed learning valuable skills and values from the APEX team members the past two weeks.
On another note, I hope all of you sign up for parent conferences this week. Our goal is to meet with 100% of parents and to update you on the progress of your child. If the schedule doesn't work for you, please contact your child's teacher so they can set up an appointment with you.
Have a great week!
 

Sincerely,

Bernie Evangelista
Principal, CMP-Capitol Campus

APEX Fun Run!

 

Apex - Game On!
We are gearing up for the Fun Run on Thursday! Kinder-3rd graders will run at 9am & 4th-8th graders will run at 10:15am. Be sure to register your children online at www.myapexevent.com using their access code. Please contact the office if you have questions!

Drama
Ms. Liz, our middle school TA and drama teacher extraordinaire, will be starting drama lessons in the classroom this week!

Student Leadership Team
A reminder to our 4th-8th grade students that Student Leadership Applications are due Friday! We look forward to looking over the applications of our extremely qualified students.

Lost & Found
Our Lost & Found is overflowing! Come look through the items before Fall Break when it gets cleaned out and donated. Our main Lost & Found is located outside of the MP Room for your convenience. There is another Lost & Found basket in the Club M classrooms. 

Running Club, RT Passes, Library Books & Watch Me Work/Tech Night!

Running Club Sign-ups!

Our After School Running Club starts on October 22nd! To sign-up for this program please fill out the packet in the office by Friday, October 18th. This program is free and completely parent volunteer run. Practices will run from October 22nd through November 21st on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:15-4:15pm. It is open to all grade levels. 

 

Capitol Campus News

Dear Parents and Community Members,
We had special visitors last week touring our school: Assemblyman Kevin McCarty with two of his staffers, along with Brett Barley, our Superintendent. They visited several of our classrooms and were impressed by the students' work and lessons given by teachers.

On another note, I am pleased to announce that we rolled out the PBIS Program this week. PBIS stands for Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports. The aim of this program is to develop and promote a culture where positive behavior and kindness is the norm. It is a proactive approach where the focus is prevention of inappropriate behavior, not punishment. Behavioral expectations will be taught and students will be acknowledged for demonstrating those positive behaviors. We are already seeing very positive results!

Have a great week!

Bernie Evangelista
Principal, CMP-Capitol Campus

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