🌟 A big shoutout to Lutheran Home, our esteemed Royal Penguin Sponsor for the Penguin Party! 🐧 Your incredible support and donation will have a profound impact on our district and school community. 🏫✨ We deeply appreciate your commitment to our cause, as we continue to strive for the betterment of our students and staff. πŸ™Œ Joining hands for a brighter future! πŸ€πŸ’™ #LutheranHome #RoyalPenguinSponsorty #CommunitySupport #GratitudeInAbundance
5 months ago, Foundation
Lutheran Home
πŸŽ‰ A heartfelt thank you to VIP Industries, our esteemed Emperor Sponsor for the Penguin Party! 🐧 Your generous support is a beacon of hope, empowering our staff with essential classroom items to make a lasting impact on the lives of students with special needs. πŸ“šπŸ’™ Together, we can achieve even greater things! 🀝 Join us as partners in creating a positive community impact. 🌟 #VIPIndustries #EmperorPenguinSponsor # PenguinPartyGala #CommunityImpact #GratefulHeart
5 months ago, Foundation
VIP Industries
πŸ‘‘ Thank you, Banterra Bank! Your Royal Penguin Sponsorship for the Cape Girardeau Public School Foundation Penguin Party Gala is majestic! 🐧✨ Your support is making education shine with regal brilliance. See you at the Gala! πŸ‘‘πŸŽ© #RoyalPenguinSponsor #PenguinPartyGala #EducationRoyalty #GratitudeInAbundance
5 months ago, Foundation
Banterra Bank
πŸ‘‘πŸ§ Honoring our Emperor Penguin Sponsor: Southeast Missourian! πŸŽ‰ Your regal support for the Cape Girardeau Public School Foundation Penguin Party Gala is nothing short of majestic! 🌟 Thank you for reigning supreme as a key contributor to education and student success. With your sponsorship, we're elevating the Penguin Party Gala to new heights! πŸš€ Your commitment to our cause is as grand as an emperor penguin's presence, and we're grateful for the impact you're making in our community. Get ready to shine in the spotlight at the Gala, and let's celebrate an evening of philanthropy, education, and unforgettable penguin-themed festivities! 🎩🐧 #EmperorPenguinSponsor #PenguinPartyGala #CommunityImpact #GratefulHeart
5 months ago, Foundation
Southeast Missourian
πŸ‘‘πŸ§ Bowing to our Royal Penguin Sponsor, Riverside Roofing Company, LLC! Your gracious support for the Cape Girardeau Public School Foundation Penguin Party Gala adds a touch of royalty to our cause. 🌟 Thank you for reigning with distinction and contributing to the advancement of education in our community. With your sponsorship, our Gala takes on an air of regality! πŸ‘‘ Your dedication to uplifting students and promoting learning opportunities is truly noble. We are honored to have you as our Royal Penguin Sponsor, making a lasting impact on the lives of students. Prepare for a night of grandeur and celebration at the Gala, where your royal generosity will be spotlighted! 🎩🐧 #RoyalPenguinSponsor #PenguinPartyGala #EducationRoyalty #GratitudeInAbundance
5 months ago, Foundation
Riverside Roofing
The first Mix & Mingle of 2024 for Tiger supporters and alumni is coming up soon. It's going to be held at Roost and there will be some delicious appetizers sponsored by Wood & Huston Bank. Make sure to mark your calendars for January 18, 2024 and come join us from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm. It's a great opportunity to catch up with old friends and make some new ones!
6 months ago, Foundation
Invite
Happy Holidays to our students, staff, and community! Wishing you all the very best this holiday season. May this time be filled with joy, love, and peace for you and your loved ones.
6 months ago, Foundation
Happy Holidays
Exciting news! On December 18, 2023, we received a $10,000 grant from the Community Foundation of the Ozarks and Delta Dental to support our Tiger Grins program. This program aims to promote healthy teeth, gums, and smiles among our students. With the grant, we'll be providing 1,200 dental hygiene kits and educational materials on cleaning teeth. We are grateful to Delta Dental and the Community Foundation of the Ozarks for supporting our community in this way. Thank you!
6 months ago, Foundation
Delta Dental Grant
Reminder: Cape Girardeau Public Schools will be closed November 22nd, 23rd, and 24th for Thanksgiving Break. Students will return on Monday, November 27th.
7 months ago, Kristin Tallent
no school the rest of the week
πŸ“šπŸ†βœ¨ Celebrating Innovation in Cape Girardeau Public Schools! βœ¨πŸ†πŸ“š πŸ… We are thrilled to announce that the Cape Girardeau Public Schools Foundation recently visited five of our district buildings to award SIX exceptional staff members with $1,000 each for our fall round of Innovative Teaching Grants! πŸŒŸπŸ’° These grants are a testament to the dedication and creativity of our educators, who constantly seek new ways to inspire and engage our students. Their innovative ideas will undoubtedly make a lasting impact on our school community. Join us in congratulating these outstanding educators for their commitment to excellence in teaching. πŸ™ŒπŸ‘©β€πŸ«πŸ‘¨β€πŸ« Your passion and dedication are truly commendable. We can't wait to see the incredible projects and initiatives that will be brought to life with these grants. Stay tuned for updates on the exciting developments in our classrooms! πŸ“–πŸ”¬πŸŽ¨ Every student, every day! #CapeGirardeauPublicSchoolsFoundation #InnovativeTeaching
8 months ago, Foundation
Clippard Elementary Grant
CHS Grant
JE Grant
Franklin Elementary Grant
CJHS Grant
CJHS Grant
The October Board meeting was held Monday at the Central Administrative Office (CAO) located at 301 N. Clark. We were honored to have the opportunity to recognize our Terrific Tigers from each school. These students are exemplifying excellence and good character on a regular basis. Congratulations, Tigers! Keep shining! The Cape Central Academy Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) program was also featured during the meeting with Central Academy Zech Payne and JAG Coordinator Ursulla Wadley making comments. CA student Taylor Banks read her award-winning essay as she shared obstacles she has had to overcome throughout her life, and goals she hopes to achieve through the support of JAG. Her determination is inspiring! Taylor, we are so proud of you and can’t wait to see what’s ahead in your future! View the October meeting agenda: https://simbli.eboardsolutions.com/SB_Meetings/ViewMeeting.aspx?S=69&MID=14155 View the October meeting via YouTube: https://youtu.be/2gqNj0h5SUk?si=j09Qsji7sQT6Kvmn
8 months ago, Kristin Tallent
a student speaks from a podium
students stand with the superintendent and board President for a picture
a student, a teacher, and a principal pose together for a picture in the board room
The October Board meeting was held Monday at the Central Administrative Office (CAO) located at 301 N. Clark. We were honored to have the opportunity to recognize our Terrific Tigers from each school. These students are exemplifying excellence and good character on a regular basis. Congratulations, Tigers! Keep shining! The Cape Central Academy Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) program was also featured during the meeting with Central Academy Zech Payne and JAG Coordinator Ursulla Wadley making comments. CA student Taylor Banks read her award-winning essay as she shared obstacles she has had to overcome throughout her life, and goals she hopes to achieve through the support of JAG. Her determination is inspiring! Taylor, we are so proud of you and can’t wait to see what’s ahead in your future! View the October meeting agenda: https://simbli.eboardsolutions.com/SB_Meetings/ViewMeeting.aspx?S=69&MID=14155 View the October meeting via YouTube: https://youtu.be/2gqNj0h5SUk?si=j09Qsji7sQT6Kvmn
8 months ago, Kristin Tallent
a student speaks from a podium
a group of students and two adults stand, posing for a picture
a teacher presents in front of the board
a principal, student and teacher are seated in front of two banners with the school logo, smiling for a picture
The October Board meeting was held Monday at the Central Administrative Office (CAO) located at 301 N. Clark. We were honored to have the opportunity to recognize our Terrific Tigers from each school. These students are exemplifying excellence and good character on a regular basis. Congratulations, Tigers! Keep shining! The Cape Central Academy Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) program was also featured during the meeting with Central Academy Zech Payne and JAG Coordinator Ursulla Wadley making comments. CA student Taylor Banks read her award-winning essay as she shared obstacles she has had to overcome throughout her life, and goals she hopes to achieve through the support of JAG. Her determination is inspiring! Taylor, we are so proud of you and can’t wait to see what’s ahead in your future! View the October meeting agenda: https://simbli.eboardsolutions.com/SB_Meetings/ViewMeeting.aspx?S=69&MID=14155 View the October meeting via YouTube: https://youtu.be/2gqNj0h5SUk?si=j09Qsji7sQT6Kvmn
8 months ago, Kristin Tallent
a student speaks from a podium
a group of students and two adults stand, posing for a picture
a teacher presents in front of the board
a principal, student and teacher are seated in front of two banners with the school logo, smiling for a picture
The October Board meeting was held Monday at the Central Administrative Office (CAO) located at 301 N. Clark. We were honored to have the opportunity to recognize our Terrific Tigers from each school. These students are exemplifying excellence and good character on a regular basis. Congratulations, Tigers! Keep shining! The Cape Central Academy Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) program was also featured during the meeting with Central Academy Zech Payne and JAG Coordinator Ursulla Wadley making comments. CA student Taylor Banks read her award-winning essay as she shared obstacles she has had to overcome throughout her life, and goals she hopes to achieve through the support of JAG. Her determination is inspiring! Taylor, we are so proud of you and can’t wait to see what’s ahead in your future! View the October meeting agenda: https://simbli.eboardsolutions.com/SB_Meetings/ViewMeeting.aspx?S=69&MID=14155 View the October meeting via YouTube: https://youtu.be/2gqNj0h5SUk?si=j09Qsji7sQT6Kvmn
8 months ago, Kristin Tallent
a student speaks from a podium
a group of students and two adults stand, posing for a picture
a teacher presents in front of the board
a principal, student and teacher are seated in front of two banners with the school logo, smiling for a picture
The October Board meeting was held Monday at the Central Administrative Office (CAO) located at 301 N. Clark. We were honored to have the opportunity to recognize our Terrific Tigers from each school. These students are exemplifying excellence and good character on a regular basis. Congratulations, Tigers! Keep shining! The Cape Central Academy Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) program was also featured during the meeting with Central Academy Zech Payne and JAG Coordinator Ursulla Wadley making comments. CA student Taylor Banks read her award-winning essay as she shared obstacles she has had to overcome throughout her life, and goals she hopes to achieve through the support of JAG. Her determination is inspiring! Taylor, we are so proud of you and can’t wait to see what’s ahead in your future! View the October meeting agenda: https://simbli.eboardsolutions.com/SB_Meetings/ViewMeeting.aspx?S=69&MID=14155 View the October meeting via YouTube: https://youtu.be/2gqNj0h5SUk?si=j09Qsji7sQT6Kvmn
8 months ago, Kristin Tallent
a student speaks from a podium
a group of students and two adults stand, posing for a picture
a teacher presents in front of the board
a principal, student and teacher are seated in front of two banners with the school logo, smiling for a picture
Please consider donating blood at the Terry W. Kitchen Central Junior High Blood Drive on Friday, November 10th from 2:00 to 6:00 p.m. Call 1-800-RED-CROSS or visit RedCrossBlood.org and enter: CentralJuniorHigh to schedule an appointment.
8 months ago, Kristin Tallent
Blood driver flyer for the event November 10
Please join our board and other district leaders to learn more about current and future opportunities for our students. We will start the evening with tours of the CTC and light refreshments along with meet and greet time. Then, we will move into a presentation and discussion as we welcome comments from the public. We have so much to offer and would like to gain input on future plans for our CTC and other career pathways being offered through CGPS.
9 months ago, Kristin Tallent
a flyer for the community discussion on October 5
Please join our board and other district leaders to learn more about current and future opportunities for our students. We will start the evening with tours of the CTC and light refreshments along with meet and greet time. Then, we will move into a presentation and discussion as we welcome comments from the public. We have so much to offer and would like to gain input on future plans for our CTC and other career pathways being offered through CGPS.
9 months ago, Kristin Tallent
a flyer for the community discussion on October 5
We have another huge announcement showcasing academic excellence that we believe our entire school community will want to celebrate! Cape Central seniors Andrew Wilde and Yan Zhang have earned their way into one of the most prestigious academic circles in the United States as National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists! Congratulations on this incredible accomplishment!
9 months ago, Kristin Tallent
two teenagers stand in front of a bulletin board
Cape Girardeau Public Schools (CGPS) is pleased to announce that two former students have been awarded the rootEd Undergraduate Scholarship. Liliana Correa Salinas and Lupita Correa Salinas, both freshmen at the University of Missouri, will receive up to a total of $60,000 a piece to pursue their undergraduate degrees. The bilingual twins are first-generation college students. Liliana is majoring in mechanical engineering and Lupita is majoring in computer science. We want all of our students, staff, and families in all of our CGPS schools to join us in celebrating this huge accomplishment! Congratulations Liliana and Lupita!
9 months ago, Kristin Tallent
Liliana Correa Salinas and Lupita Correa Salinas are pictured standing in front of their dorm room at MIZZOU