Lunch Menu

Mon Apr 21

Pizza - Hungry Howies, Corn, Applesauce, Graham

Tue Apr 22

Ravioli, Breadstick, Salad, Peaches

Wed Apr 23

Orange or Popcorn Chicken, Rice, Mango, Yogurt

Thu Apr 24

Hamburger/Cheeseburger, Garden Vegetable Pasta, Pears, Chips

Fri Apr 25

Macaroni and Cheese, Peas, Mandarins, Wheat Roll

Weekly Newsletter

Welcome to the All School Weekly eNewsletter. A newsletter is emailed to Canterbury families at the end of the week. Articles also appear here and in the Parent Center. If you are a Canterbury parent and do not receive the newsletter via email please contact webmaster@canterburyschool.org.

Coming Up

Mon Apr 21

Pizza - Hungry Howies, Corn, Applesauce, Graham

Soccer Boys (5/6 Spring) -Practice

Location: NA
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Golf B Team (MS) -Practice

3:45 PM - 4:45 PM

Tennis Girls (Junior Varsity) vs. Carroll High School

Location: Away
4:30 PM

Tennis Girls (Varsity) vs. Carroll High School

Location: Away
4:30 PM
Dismissal Time: 3:30 PM

Baseball Boys (Varsity) vs. Central Noble High School

Location: Home
4:45 PM
Dismissal Time: 4:40 PM

Golf A Team (MS) vs. Indian Springs Middle School

Location: HOME
4:45 PM
Dismissal Time: 3:45 PM

Golf Boys (Varsity) vs. Churubusco High School

4:45 PM

Golf Boys (Junior Varsity) vs. Churubusco High School

Location: AWAY
5:00 PM

Soccer Boys (7/8 Spring) vs. Maple Creek School

Location: AWAY
5:00 PM
Dismissal Time: 4:00 PM
Return Time: 6:50 PM

Baseball Boys (Junior Varsity) vs. Harlan Christian @ St Francis

Location: NA
5:00 PM

Softball Girls (Junior Varsity) vs. Fort Wayne Wayne High School

Location: Away
5:00 PM
Dismissal Time: 3:30 PM

Golf Boys (Junior Varsity) vs. Churubusco High School

Location: Away
5:00 PM
Dismissal Time: 3:15 PM

Soccer Girls (7/8 Spring) vs. Maple Creek School

Location: AWAY
6:30 PM
Dismissal Time: 5:20 PM
Return Time: 8:20 PM
Tue Apr 22

Grade 5 Indiana Math League Contest

SCRIP ORDERS DUE

Location: by noon to any school office

Ravioli, Breadstick, Salad, Peaches

Gallery Guest Schedule

Location: Spring Book Fair - Lower School
8:30 AM - 2:30 PMRead More

Spring Book Fair

8:30 AM - 6:30 PM

SCRIP STORE OPEN

Location: MS Ash Commons (door #19)
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
  • GIRLS BASKETBALL MINI CAMP MAY 2-3

    Canterbury School offers a Girls Basketball Mini Camp for grades 4-8. Camp takes place in the High School Gym, 3210 Smith Road, May 2 (4-6 p.m.) and May 3 (10 a.m. to noon). The cost is $40. The mini camp is under the direction of Canterbury's award winning girls basketball coaching staff and players.

    *Canterbury LS/MS students will be able to ride the bus over to the High School for camp May 2. Parents should pick up their campers from the High School gym. Click to register and pay online for camp.

    This mini camp is open to the community, so please share with your friends and neighbors.

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  • PIPROTTAR COMPETES AT DISTRICT OPTIMIST CONTEST

    Sophomore Aashka Piprottar competed February 18, in the Fort Wayne South Side Optimist Speech Contest and placed first. She recently competed at the regional level of the Optimist contest in Portland, IN, and qualified on to the district level contest. She will compete April 26 in Marion.

  • SPRING BOOK FAIR APRIL 22-24

    At Canterbury's Spring Book Fair, visitors can chat with award-winning authors, a prima ballerina, and a Brazilian chef. Open to the public, the book fair runs Tuesday through Thursday, April 22-24. Hours are 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. daily at Canterbury Lower School.

    Canterbury’s Spring Book Fair, the only one of its kind in the area, is a marketplace of books, fine arts, artists and authors. It features thousands of hand-selected quality books for students and adults, plus original artwork from favorite local artists. Gallery Guests, on hand daily, create a lively atmosphere.

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  • STUDENTS ADVANCE TO DISTRICT ROTARY SPEECH TOURNAMENT APRIL 12

    Davis Lamm, Nicole Keesling, Caroline Tsai and Hannah Babcock competed in the Fort Wayne Rotary Club Speech Contest March 24 at the Allen County Public Library. Nicole Keesling won the extemporaneous speech category. Caroline Tsai's original oratory took first place. Hannah Babcock placed first in impromptu speaking and second in original oratory. These three students will continue on to the Fort Wayne Rotary's district tournament in Chesterton on April 12.

  • CUM LAUDE CEREMONY MOVES TO MAY 2

    The Cum Laude induction ceremony (originally scheduled for April 30) will now be held Friday, May 2. The key note speaker will be Mick Parrott, a Canterbury founder. The induction ceremony takes place at 8:10 a.m. in Summers Auditorium as part of Chapel. Inductees and their parents have breakfast at 7:30 a.m. in the High School cafeteria.

  • BIG DIG DROP OFF/PICK UP WED/THURS

    The next Big Dig drop off is scheduled for Wednesday, April 16, from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. in the Early Childhood parking lot. On Thursday, April 17, items may be dropped off at Power Components from 8 to 10 a.m. Any large item pick-ups may be scheduled by calling Beth Noe at 672-0725. The Big Dig accepts most household items, books, electronics, games, clothing, furniture, outdoor equipment, furniture and more. Many individuals benefit from this sale. We appreciate your item donations.

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  • SPRING CONCERT - APRIL 22

    We'd love to see families from all school divisions at the High School Spring Concert, Tuesday, April 22, at 7:30 p.m. in Summers Auditorium. The students have been working diligently on their selections for this concert, and it will be a very entertaining evening. Seniors who participated in the arts at Canterbury School will be recognized during the concert by the Fine Arts Department. The event is free and open to the public.

  • READY-SET-GOLF: CAV OPEN 2014

    The snow has melted, and now it is time to hit the golf course! Please consider joining us Monday, May 19, for our annual athletics fundraiser. We accept foursomes and singles. The online registration link is ready for you now (Click Here). We also welcome financial support in the form of sponsorships that range from $3,000 to $250. Sponsoring a coach is a wonderful way to honor someone who has worked with your student at some time during their sports season this year. Coach sponsorships are available for $500, you can put your team, business or family name on the shirt the coach will wear throughout the event day and evening.

    For more information and to get involved in this fun event, contact Melinda Perry at 260-436-8786 or mperry@canterburyschool.org.

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  • SIGN UP FOR A SUMMER SPORTS CAMP

    CLICK TO REGISTER FOR CAMP

    Canterbury's summer sports camps are a great way for Lower School students to explore soccer, basketball and tennis. Check out the new dates and times; many of the camp sessions can be paired with the Summer to Shine core activities.

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  • RESERVE YOUR SPOT AT THE BISTRO LUNCH

    Please join us for lunch with friends and good books on Wednesday, April 23, from 11:15 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., in the Lower School Commons. Listen to a panel of experts recommend their favorite books and meet local authors Helen Frost, Elsa Marston, Claire Ewart, Laurie Gray and Cynthia Presser. Lunch is $10. Sign up in the Lower School office or email Deanna Arnold at arnold2006@comcast.net for reservations by Friday, April 18. Please pay with your reservation. Adults only; childcare is available for $5.

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  • SAVE THE DATE – Laughing Cavalier 2015

    Mark your calendars! The next Laughing Cavalier has been set for Saturday, February 7, 2015. Are you interested in learning more about or helping with the Laughing Cavalier? Contact one of the following 2015 Co-chairs: Karen Gize, Anne Laurie or Mary Yurkanin, or email dwitwer@canterburyschool.org.

  • ORDER LS/MS SCHOOL SUPPLY KITS BY MARCH 28

    We emailed the School Supply Kits order link and Canterbury code on Monday to parents of K-8 students for the 2014-2015 school year. The deadline to order these optional kits is March 28 (during Spring Break). We also have included the order information for both LS and MS in the newsletter. Click on the Read More link below.

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  • Canterbury High School Speech Team Places First in State

    The Canterbury High School Speech team competed at the IHSFA State Tournament at Fishers High School Saturday, March 15. The team was awarded First Place in the Class A Division. The team was lead to victory by the performances of Sannidhi Shukla (Grade 11) in Radio, Aashka Piprottar (Grade 10) in Oratorical Declamation, Hannah Babcock (Grade 10) in both Impromptu and Original Oratory, Rebecca Alifimoff (Grade 10) in Impromptu, and Aliza Adhami (Grade 11) in Foreign Extemporaneous Speaking.

  • MIDDLE SCHOOL MUSICAL GRANDPARENT PERFORMANCE MOVED DUE TO WEATHER

    Due to the impending weather forecast for Wednesday, March 12, we have decided to move the Middle School Grandparent performance of The Little Mermaid Jr., originally scheduled for Wednesday, to Thursday at 4:15 p.m.

    NEW SCHEDULE
    Thursday, March 13
    4:15 p.m.
    Special MS Grandparent Performance

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  • FINCHER RECEIVES HOPE FOR TOMORROW AWARD

    The NAACP Fort Wayne honored Canterbury senior Kindell Fincher with the first annual Martha Thomas Hope for Tomorrow youth award. She received the award for the combination of her scholastics, extracurricular activities and service to the community. Kindell will play basketball for Xavier University in the fall and is interested in studying forensic science to become a coroner.