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April's Who's Your Chief

Kindergarten teacher Amy Baur is April's Who's Your Chief Winner. She was described as the calm in the storm  Being a kindergarten teacher has its many unique challenges. She is calm and collected and her demeanor is always very even keeled. She is always smiling and treats her students with extra amounts of gentleness and kindnes. As a parent I can really appreciate that. I've witnessed many times her taking a knee to speak and correct one of her students how they could've made a better choice about something. The love that she has for her students really shines through on a daily basis. She is an excellent example of a well balanced teacher and is undoubtedly an asset to CCS!

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August 24, 2017

 

CAPAC COMMUNITY SCHOOLS

2017 SCHOOL BUILDING AND SITE BONDS

 

Capac, Michigan - The Capac School Board is pleased to announce the successful sale of its $5.8 million of School Construction Bonds recently approved by the voters. The investment banking firm of Stifel Nicolaus of Okemos, Michigan handled the sale and reported good demand for the bonds from investors. Nearly all of the bonds were sold within the first two hours of accepting investor orders. As a result of the investor demand, the bonds were sold at an average interest rate of just 3.2% which is a full 1% lower than the planning estimates prepared by the District’s financial advisor. Over the 20 year repayment term, the reduced interest expense will be over $1.2 million dollars which directly benefits property taxpayers.

 

Moody’s Investor Service gave the bonds a credit rating of A3. The bond money will be used for remodeling, furnishing and equipping school facilities, purchasing technology and school buses and improving playgrounds and athletic fields.

 

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Upcoming Events

May 22
Band Concert, 5th - 12th grade
6:30 PM
Cafetorium
Band Concert, 5th - 12th grade
May 22
6:30 PM to 7:30 PM
Cafetorium
Academic
May 24 - May 25
Senior Exams
Capac High School
Senior Exams
May 24 - May 25
Capac High School
Academic
May 25
Caps & Gowns distributed
Capac High School Activity Area
Caps & Gowns distributed
May 25
Capac High School Activity Area
Academic
Last Day of Classes for SENIORS
Last Day of Classes for SENIORS
May 25
Academic
Senior Class Picnic
Senior Class Picnic
May 25
Academic

Who's Your Chief

If you know of a Capac Community Schools staff member who has gone above and beyond for CCS please nominate him or her for a "Who's Your Chief?" Award.

 

 

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Spotlights

Breakfast
Breakfast & Lunch at School Capac Elementary serves Universal breakfast (all students receive free breakfast) daily, in the classroom, at 7:40 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. Lunch is served daily from 10:40 a.m. - 12:40 p.m. A bag lunch is also available on 1/2 days. The price for a paid student lunch is $2.40, reduced student lunch is $ .40 and adult lunch is $3.95. Jr.-Sr. High School breakfast is served daily from 7:40 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. in the cafeteria. The price for a paid student breakfast is $1.50, reduced student breakfast is $ .30, and adult breakfast is $1.90. Jr.-Sr. High School lunch periods are as follows: A lunch is served from 11:06 a.m. - 11:43 a.m. and B lunch is served from 12:09 p.m. - 12:46 p.m. Lunch is also available on 1/2 days. Students must pre-order, in the cafeteria, the morning of. The price for a paid student lunch is $2.75, reduced student lunch is $ .40, paid student Ready, Set, Deli is $3.25, reduced student Ready, Set, Deli is $ .40 and adult lunch is $3.95.
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Capac Virtual School All courses available at any of our schools are available to home schooled students who might wish to attend as a supplement to their home school curriculum. For more information, please contact Capac Community Schools at 810-395-3791 and you will be connected with the appropriate counselor or administrator. Capac Virtual Program also provides students Grades 6-12 the opportunity to take a full schedule of virtual classes without attending the schools with the exception of orientation/enrollment and completing state testing.