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Parent Education – Today’s Drug Trends – Staying One Step Ahead of Your Children

Parent Education: Today’s Drug Trends – Staying One Step Ahead of Your Children

For: Elementary, Middle & High School Parents.  This presentation is NOT for students.  

Tuesday, September 26 6:30-7:30PM

Presented in English & Spanish

Presenter: Jill Darling

Presented in English and Spanish

Childcare for children 3 years and older

Contact Information: Bridget Basel (baselb@cfbisd.edu)

Click here to view the flyer in English

Click here to view the flyer in Spanish

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CFBISD Destination Imagination Information Meeting

Let your Imagination be the Destination!

Mark your calendar for the CFB DI Information Meeting:
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
Rainwater Elementary Cafeteria
1408 Frankford Road, East

6:45 PM – 8:00PM

  • Learn all about this extra-curricular CREATIVE PROBLEM-SOLVING PROGRAM.
  • Get important details about Destination Imagination and how it works in CFB.
  • Hands on activities for students. Talk to CFB team members and managers.
  • See how you and your student can get in on the fun!

Destination Imagination is a 21st century extra-curricular learning program that takes the ideas of creativity, problem-solving and teamwork and packages them in a fun and meaningful
team “sport.” Understanding that there is more than one way to solve a problem, DI encourages kids from Kindergarten to High School to build on their strengths and to discover skills they never knew they possessed – technical, theatrical, analytical, comic linguistic, musical – the list goes on and on!

For Further Information Contact:

Carol Steele, CFB DI Coordinator at steelec@cfbisd.edu or 872-245-2060

Click here to visit the Destination Imagination Website

 

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Ranchview High School – Hearts for Harvey

Ranchview High School IB Diploma Candidates
& Lady Wolves Basketball Team ask you to
Support Victims of Hurricane Harvey

September 5th-8th: Food Items
(Canned Goods, Snacks, Bottled Water, Peanut Butter)

September 11th-15th: Household Items
(Paper Towels, Can Openers, Disposable Tableware, Laundry & Dish Soap)

September 18th-22nd: Hygiene Items
(Toothbrushes, Toothpaste, Feminine Products, Wipes, Deodorant, First Aid Kits)

Bring your items to the RHS Cafeteria at lunch or place them in the boxes outside of the Front Office!

All donations help Metrocrest Service Center aid evacuees arriving in the C-FB area.

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Ranchview High School – College Week Pop-Ortunities

Tuesday, September 5
Wear a COLLEGE SHIRT!

Wednesday, September 6
Door Decoration Contest
Winning Advisory Class gets POPcorn & POPsicles!

Thursday, September 7
College B-I-N-G-O Turn in winning BINGO Cards Friday at Lunch!

Friday, September 8
Prize Day! IB Shirt Day!
Winners for Door Decoration Contest Announced!
All Students: Pick up your FREE IB Shirt at lunch.

COLLEGE NIGHT, Tuesday, September 12 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Wear a COLLEGE SHIRT!
Creekview High School

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Ranchview High School – College Night

COLLEGE NIGHT

When: Tuesday, September 12th at 6:00-8:00PM

Where: Creekview High School (3201 Old Denton Rd., Carrollton, TX 75007)

Representatives from approximately 100 colleges & universities, community colleges, and military services will be in attendance.

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How You Can Help Houston-area Evacuees in Our Area

How You Can Help Houston-area Evacuees in Our Area

How You Can Help Houston-area Evacuees in Our AreaAs we in the CFB community have watched the events unfold to our south, our hearts have broken as we wonder how we can help Houston-area flood victims. Because of the rising water, many of our neighbors from the south have headed to our area for shelter and for school. For those interested in making an immediate impact on the lives of our new neighbors, Metrocrest Services is taking donations for this effort. Metrocrest Services is a local charitable organization that supports individuals and families in the CFB community. The organization provides food, clothing, classes, and more for the people they serve. Due to the surge of Hurricane Harvey refugees, food and hygiene items are currently their biggest needs.

If you’d like to help but are unable to donate at this time, another way you can help is to volunteer for Metrocrest Services.

Please visit the Metrocrest Services website for more information on the specific needs for our new students, families, and neighbors from Houston and surrounding areas.

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Saisheren Senpon Wins Gold Medal

Saisheren Senpon Wins Gold Medal

Saisheren Senpon Wins Gold MedalRepresenting the U.S.A. at the Junior PanAmerican Karate Federation Championships, Saisheren Senpon, wins Gold Medal as the 1st Junior athlete from Texas to do so. Sai traveled to Buenos Aires, Argentina to compete at the games. The Ranchview senior won the gold medal in the Junior Male -68kg Kumite Division. He did not give a single score to his opponents during the entire tournament. Sai competed against champions from Brazil, Bolivia and the Dominican Republic in the final tournament.

Click here to see more photos of Sai with his gold medal.

Watch Sai talk about his previous wins that qualified him to compete in Argentina

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RHS Student Qualifies for International Karate Competition

RHS Student Qualifies for International Karate Competition

Ranchview High School student, Saisheren Senpon, now qualifies for the international karate competition in Buenos Aires. Through intense competition, Senpon has earned a spot on the United States National Karate Team. He will represent the USA in the Pan American Karate Federation Continental Championships Aug. 21-28 in Argentina. Senpon was selected from the top karate athletes in the country at the National Championships and Team Trials held in July. Phil Hampel, CEO of the USA National Karate-do Federation states that Senpon “is part of an elite group of US Athletes who will represent our nation in International competition.”

Senpon has been competing in Karate since age 3, winning his first gold medal in national competition at age 4. In international competitions, Senpon has travelled to several countries including; Canada, Croatia, and Indonesia.

Saisheren’s Most Recent Accomplishments

Ranchview High School student, Saisheren Senpon, has qualified for the international karate competition in Buenos Aires. Through intense competition, Senpon has earned a spot on the United States National Karate Team.Saisheren’s 2017 Achievements
USA National Karate Championships, Greenville, SC – 1 Gold, 1 Silver
USA Open & JIC International Karate Championships, Las Vegas, NV – 1 Gold, 1 Silver & 1 Bronze
Rocky Mountain Championships, Louisville, Colorado– 1 Gold
Texas State Karate Championships and National Qualifier, Pasadena, TX – 2 Gold
Miya-Kalai Cup, Irving TX – 2 Silver
Kume International Karate Championships, Pasadena, TX – 2 Gold

Highlights
Black Belt 3rd Degree
Team Captain and Jr Team Coach at Champion Karate Academy, Irving
2 time USA Karate Junior Team Athlete
2015 Jr. WKF Youth Cup, Bronze Medalist
5-time USA National Champion
4-time US Open & Junior International Cup Champion
2013 Common Wealth, Bronze Medalist
12-time Texas State Champion
Gold Medalist in 3rd Ryushikan  International Championship, 2006
2015 Pan American Shito-Ryu Champion, Miami, FL
2014 USA Elite Cup Champion, Pittsburgh
2015, 2016 & 2017 Rocky Mountain Champion, Colorado
2015 Fonseca Cup Champion, Chicago, IL

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Learn more about the USA National Karate-do Federation

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