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									                     RANKIN ROCKS
                                   Mrs. McGilvery, Principal      Carman-Ainsworth Website
   Title 1 School
                                        May 27, 2011

                                  Rankin Happenings
     30                    NO SCHOOL, Memorial Day
     3                     Field Day, 1-4pm
     7                     5th Grade Celebration, 2:00pm
     8                     Award Ceremony, 9:30am
     9                     ½ DAY OF SCHOOL, Dismissal at 12:19
     10                    ½ DAY OF SCHOOL, Dismissal at 12:19,
                                  LAST DAY OF SCHOOL

          NO FLIP FLOPS!
                                                       The last TWO DAYS of
                                                       school (both are 1/2 days)
                                                       there will be no sack
 As stated in the student handbook, students are
                                                       lunches given out for
not allowed to where flip flops to school. We are
                                                       students to take home.
    protecting the students from endangering
 themselves while out at recess and coming and         All charges must be paid

going from classrooms. If your student happens to      at this time.
  wear them, the office will call home to have
another pair of shoes brought to the school. Due
 to the inconvenience of this, please make sure
         your child is dressed appropriately.
The fourth grade had another successful field trip to the Linden Mill Pond. We were
able to examine a wide variety of species from the aquatic food web. Students also
measured and identified the specimens. Jared Lee won the Largest Bass award with a 9
inch bass, Josh Skaggs won the Largest Blue Gill award with a 7 & 1/2 inch gill, and
Brian Reece won the Largest Sunfish Award with a 7 inch Sunfish. It was a fun, and
healthy way to explore the science and math standards. We would like to thank the
Bait and Tackle Grab Bag for all their assistance over the years. We would also like to
thank all of those volunteers who took part in this fun event.
What: Grand Blanc Relay for Life is trying to break a Guinness World Record
for the biggest video gaming party in the world! Right now, Japan holds the
record with 849 people all playing their handheld video games at the same time.
To beat the record, we must have at least 850 people playing their handheld video
games (DS’s, PSP’s, iPod’s or other handheld gaming devices) for 10 minutes.

Where: Grand Blanc High School Football Field

When: 3:00 p.m. June 4th, 2011 at the Relay for Life Event

Details: Arrive by 2:30 pm and bring $1 for the American Cancer Society,
the registration below and your video games and be prepared to play! All
participants will receive a certificate of participation and if we beat the record, a
certificate will be emailed to you by Guinness World Records!

Name______________________________ Age _____

Email: ______________________________________

School: ______________________________________
         Senator John J. Gleason and the GLS Building Trades Announce the Annual

                  Hunter Safety Program
                          FREE Michigan DNR Certification Program

What: Senator Gleason and the GLS Building Trades are sponsoring their annual Hunters
Safety Programs. The event is free and offered to all individuals. All     supplies and safety
equipment are provided. Two separate training sessions       will be offered. Each training
session will be limited to the first 100       participants that register and will consist of two
weekend classes.
        To register, please call Senator Gleason’s office toll-free at 1-866-268-2914.

When: Session 1: Saturday, June 4th, 9:00am-3:00pm (Registration begins at
8:30am) and Sunday, June 5th, 9:00am-3:00pm
       Session 2: Saturday, June 11th, 9:00am-3:00pm (Registration begins at
8:30am) and Sunday, June 12th, 9:00am-3:00pm

Where: Fenton Lakes Sportsman Club, 1140 Butcher Rd., Fenton, MI 48430

      Any student age 8 to 12 years of age (3rdthru 6th grade in the
   2011=2012 school year) interested in participating in the Carman
  Ainsworth Youth Football and Cheerleading League registration is
   now upon us. Registration packets are only available through the
  Community Education offices located at The Learning Center or at
the Admistration Office. The cost for early registration (now thru July
    28th) is $125.00 and cash is the only term of payment accepted.
Included in this cost is a volunteer fee of $25.00 which is refundable
   at the end of the season after 2 hours of volunteer time has been
 recorded. After July 28th late registration is $145.00. Any questions
  can be directed to or by calling 810-591-7266.

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