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Order books online; Miller’s ‘good’ students noted

Published: March 12, 2014 12:00 AM

The following items are reprinted from the News from Miller and Craddock Schools newsletters.
Although Craddock School’s book fair ended March 7, books still can be purchased online through March 14. To order, visit www.bookfairs.scholastic.com/homepage/craddock. Questions should be directed to Kim Gallucci at 216-337-7407.
Caught being good at Miller School last week were:
Luke Kwietniewski, Ryan Gallagher, Danielle Scantlin, Julia Onk, Madelyn Yuhasz, Austin Cook, J.T. Horvath, Jane Gerdes, Nathan Tice, Alex Jin, Griffin McMaster, Liam Hernandez, Joey Scope, Brandon Weitzel, Autumn Eichenauer, Nathan Guarniere.
Courtney Zeid, Luke Geyer, Judah Du Ross, William Kacmar, Jenkin VanRaepenbusch, Aurora McCloud, Christian Fletcher, Gavin Owens, Jacob Miller, Christian Herraro, Kelsey Krizansky, Blake Gardener, Michael Colarossi.
Lexi Tice, Emma Ristau, Connor Brodnick, Brayden Jones, Nathan McGinn, Presley Courtad, Sarah Blum, Avantika Cholleti, Nathan Davis, Ari Bernat, Conner Vondracek, Jordin Sipili, Sophie Cifani, Kade Morgenroth and Curt Courtad.
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The PTO realized $670 from its February Market Day sale. Class contest winners of ice cream and popsicle treats were: Jayme Sabulsky in Miller, Karen Cantelmi at Craddock and Keri Stoyle at Leighton.
Bonus day dessert contest winners were Luke Geyer, Isabelle Leindecker and Adam Charles, kindergarten; Dylan Crasi and Ben Roth, second grade; Kitana Slomovitz, fourth grade; and Alexis Edwards, fifth grade.
Miller Right to Read Week is March 17-21, and a “Bedtime Stories with Mr. V” will be March 20 from 7 to 7:40 p.m. in the Miller gymnasium. Storyteller Eric VanRaepenbusch, a local resident and children’s author, will tell stories. Participants should take a blanket or towel to sit on.
Kindergarten students can now play drums purchased from an Aurora Schools Foundation grant.
The PTO’s Malley’s candy sale runs through March 14. All proceeds benefit the cultural arts program at the three elementary schools. Call Patty at 330-995-6957 for information.
Thanks go to the following: the Craddock PTO Sunshine Committee for Mardi Gras cupcakes and drinks for a staff fiesta lunch, Miller PTO Sunshine Committee for baked potato and salad bar for the staff, Craddock book fair chairman Kim Gallucci and Craddock volunteers for help with the book fair.
The “Hidden In Plain Sight” community awareness program will be tonight (March 12) at 7 in the high school auditorium, and spring break is coming up March 24-28.


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