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NEWS RELEASES AND MEDIA ALERTS

  • MEDIA ALERT - MIDDLE SCHOOL HOUSE GAMES FEATURE LIFE-SIZED HUNGRY, HUNGRY HIPPO

    Posted February 24, 2015

    PHOTO AND INTERVIEW OPPORTUNITY

    WHAT: CANTERBURY MIDDLE SCHOOL HOUSE GAMES
    Featuring a Life-Sized Hungry, Hungry Hippo Game

    WHEN: Thursday, Feb. 26
    Games begin at 8:35 a.m. and are over by noon.

    WHERE: Canterbury Middle School
    5601 Covington Road, Park in South Bend Lot and enter via Door #19

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  • MEDIA ALERT - CELEBRATING WORLD CULTURES

    Posted February 19, 2015

    Photo and Interview Opportunity

    What: Cultural Expo – hosted by Canterbury Middle School

    Students in grades 1-8 will take turns touring the Cultural Expo, tasting food, and asking questions.

    More than 15 Canterbury families and some of our international students volunteered to create exhibits based on their cultures to share with the students in this unique, hands-on social studies lesson celebrating world cultures.

    When: 1-3 p.m., Friday, February 20, 2015

    Where: Canterbury Middle School
    5601 Covington Road (park in South Bend Dr. parking lot, enter through door #19)

    Background: This was the assignment from Mrs. McFarland, social studies teacher, for the families who volunteered to exhibit –

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  • MEDIA ALERT - SCIENCE FAIR

    Posted February 6, 2015

    Tuesday, Feb. 10
    Science Fair
    9 a.m. to noon and 12:30-2 p.m.
    Canterbury School
    5601 Covington Rd. (park in South Bend Dr. lot, Door 19)

    What creative experiments did the Canterbury students think up this
    year? Check out the Middle School gym, home of the Science Fair, and
    find out.

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  • MEDIA ALERT - HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETES HOST SPECIAL OLYMPICS BASKETBALL GAME

    Posted February 5, 2015

    A group of student athletes, led by junior Kate White and senior Christian Kreiger, have formed the Champions Together committee, which focuses on servant leadership. Champions Together is an IHSAA program. (Kate will be available for interviews.)

    On January 17 the group raised awareness and $1,289 for Champions Together during Canterbury’s All School Hoopla, which included a quadruple header of basketball games and activities.

    The Canterbury High School students involved with the Champions Together Committee have put together an event to showcase some special athletes. The event is a basketball game between two Special Olympic teams. They will be playing in the High School gym Friday, Feb. 6, at 5 p.m. The game will be six minute quarters. The student committee has invited the school community to come and cheer the teams on. "We just want them to have a lot of fans because they deserve the same amount of fans as our Canterbury teams," said Kate White, junior.

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