19 Apr 2018

Circle Theatre Kids Spring Show Sets New Records!

With an audience of over 700 patrons, Circle Theatre Kids production of Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Jr. now stands as the most successful Circle Theatre Kids production in CTC’s history! Directed by Linda Novak, the cast of thirty-seven 4th through 6th graders delighted 4 sold-out crowds over the weekend with this popular show. Circle 5th...
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17 Apr 2018

“An Essential Method of Writing” by Trinity Wood

“An Essential Method of Writing” by Trinity Wood, CCS Freshman The foundation of the elegant writing method known as longhand, or cursive, originated in the lands of Ancient Rome. Historians consider the Romans to have been influential in the development of written script, as they used it to record purchases and messages. Their script has...
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13 Apr 2018

Tips for Preparing for NWEA Testing

End of the year testing can be a little scary for students and their parents.  At the mere mention of the word “test” some people start to break out in a cold sweat.  But preparedness and practice can reduce that stress greatly and help a hurdle become a stepping stone.  How can we minimize testing...
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10 Apr 2018

ID Image Upload

Use the form below to upload a student or parent image for ID purposes. Photos must be head shots (passport type, see illustration on the right) against a solid, neutral colored background.  Expressions should be appropriate for ID usage.  Image ratio should be approximately 3:4 (width:length). Submissions that do not meet this criteria will not...
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6 Apr 2018

Dr. Seuss Field Day | 4/23 & 4/24 | 2-4 p.m

Mark your calendars and get ready for Circle’s annual end-of-the-year Lower School Field Day! This year’s theme is “Dr. Seuss Field Day,” with fun team events, such as the “Hop on Pop” Sack Race and “Go Dog Go” Relay race. Field Day will be held after school from 2-4 p.m. at our Park Day locations – Central Winds Park (1000 Central Winds Drive, Winter Springs) on Monday,...
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6 Apr 2018

SAT Workshop, May 16th & 17th, 2018

SAT Workshop, May 16th & 17th, 2018 10:00am – 3:30pm Having homeschooled classically for over 15 years, Leia Horton, brings her love for math and the importance of practicing to her SAT Workshop. She has helped students increase their scores and reach the highest level of the Bright Futures Scholarship worth over $27,000. Students will...
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5 Apr 2018

EB I-4 exit ramp to Fairbanks changing April 7

Beginning the morning of April 7, the eastbound I-4 exit ramp to Fairbanks Avenue (Exit 87) is shifting nearly two miles sooner. The temporary configuration will combine the Fairbanks Avenue exit ramp with the Par Street exit ramp (Exit 86). A 360-degree video from the I-4 Ultimate project gives motorists a sneak peak of the traffic shift. Attached...
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4 Apr 2018

“The Tale of Fred” by Caleb Liljeros

“The Tale of Fred” Caleb Liljeros, CCS Freshman Once upon time, there was a boy by the name of Fred.  He lived in a small apartment in Manhattan, New York but then they had to move for his dad’s work.  They moved all the way down south to Tampa, Florida.  But that is not where...
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4 Apr 2018

“Filling the Void” by Nathan Hudgins

“Filling the Void” Nathan Hudgins, CCS Freshman “There was music from my neighbor’s house through the summer nights.  In his blue gardens men and girls came and went like moths among the whisperings and the champagne and the stars.” (Fitzgerald 39) Can parties, dancing, and living a wealthy elite lifestyle provide true happiness? The book,...
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