Open to students in Grades 2-6, "Mustang Pride" Basketball Camp is coming back to Cairo-Durham Middle School! The camp will run from 5-7 p.m. Monday, May 15-Friday, May 19, 2017. Each camp is limited to 35 campers, so register soon to secure your child's spot!
CAMP DATES: Monday, May 15 through Friday, May 19, 2017
TIMES: 5-7 p.m.
LOCATION: Cairo-Durham Middle School
COST: $25 per camper
Congratulations to the following CDHS students who made honor rolls for the third quarter:
Grade 9 High Honor Roll
Parents who are interested in the addition of a full-day section to the existing pre-k program are encouraged to attend a Pre-Kindergarten Information Night on Thursday, April 27, 2017 at 5:30 p.m. in the CDE large cafeteria.
The school district is looking into adding a full-day section of pre-k to its already successful half-day program. The district hopes to positively affect more future kindergarteners by expanding the pre-k program to include a full-day section in addition to the current half-day sections.
Educators from the Center for Vascular Awareness in Albany visited Biology students at Cairo-Durham High School on April 11 for V-Healthy Day. The day is devoted to teaching students about the importance of maintaining a healthy vascular system. Students learned about the effects of hypertension, diabetes, obesity, smoking and genetics on their vascular health. They used sphygmomanometers to take blood pressure.
Our 6th grade English/Language Arts classes followed the annual Alaskan Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race during their Survival Unit, in which they selected and followed a musher (sled driver) while reading “Guts” and “Woodsong” by Gary Paulsen. The latter is an autobiographical account of Paulsen's 1983 Iditarod run. Throughout the unit, students worked on many group and individual reading and writing activities, comparing Paulsen's journey to their mushers' experiences. Through the wonders of the internet, the students were able to follow the 2017 race and its