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Camelot Update - April 8, 2018

We had a great school week filled with a record EIGHT prospective student visitors.  Kudos to our student hosts and the student body at large for making everyone feel very welcome.  Also many thanks to Mr. Scott for coordinating all of the variables involved.
Our Williamsburg travelers have departed for their three-day adventure!  
Congratulations to...
Sophomore Jude Holt on his acceptance to The North Carolina School of Science and Math.
Message from Athletics Director Michael Berro:
Camelot Athletics is approaching its final week and I would like to thank all athletes, parents, and coaches for their support over the course of the season. To round out the year, this Wednesday more than one-third of the senior class will be playing in their final Camelot athletic event in the game against Fletcher Academy. If you or a student would like to attend the game in order to give them a great sendoff, Camelot is organizing transportation. Please use the link ( ) to reserve a spot.
In other athletics news, our second semester athletics fundraiser is kicking off. If you’d like custom Camelot merchandise, this is your chance!  Use the link ( or speak with an athlete during pickup/drop-off  in the next two weeks to see what’s offered.
Baked Good for the Upper School Dance needed!  Please sign up here: 
Parent help needed for Spring Festival activities - Thursday, April 26 (Noon-3:15 PM) (this is a date change from calendar).  This is a Parent Service opportunity.
Seeking job shadowing opportunities for our Entrepreneur/Non-Profit class the week of May 7.  If you have afternoon availability at your workplace that week and would be willing to host a student in the afternoons, please let me know.  Also, if you know of places that might allow such opportunities, please let us know.  We have students with interests in animation, film, music engineering, product design, marketing, and much more.
Camelot Farm Eggs - ready for your order!
- Order by Wednesday and pick up on Friday!
Details and sign-up here:
Summer Programs!
Our team has been hard at work planning our themes for EduVentures (ages 6-12).
Morning literature, writing and math activities will tie to afternoon activities and excursions.
Over the course of the six weeks, all key elementary concepts will be taught by DOING.
Whether it be weighing and measuring fish caught in our farm pond or writing lab reports using the Scientific Method, we are excited about the engaging material being prepared for your youngsters.
Chainsaw owner/operators are needed for some upcoming weekend workdays at the farm.  We are getting ready to clear areas for new animal pens, gardens and trails.  If you own and operate a chainsaw - and would be interested in earning Parent Service credit by assisting - please let me know.  Students may participate in hauling the brush that is cut.
Games Club has concluded for the school year.
The Week Ahead:  
Module 10 begins
Williamsburg trip returns
Midnight - Lunch order deadline for next week
April Exam Review Sheets sent home (Middle and Upper School)
Midnight - Advance sign-up for After-Care deadline for next week
Upper School Dance (at the Durham Armory)  7:30-10:30 PM.
Students who attend must have a completed form and $15 payment turned in by Thursday, April, 12th.  Students can also bring a visitor, but they must have a Guest Permission Form completed and turned in with $15 per guest, by Tuesday, April 10th. Please see Ms. Jenny or Ms. Magda for forms or questions. We ask for attending students in grade 7 and 8 to come to the Armory at 6pm to help decorate for the dance. 
Ultimate Tournament
Wednesday-Friday, April 25-27- Annual Standardized Testing (Grades 2-11)
I hope you have a great week.
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