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Superintendent's Message

December 11, 2017.
The Junior High Girls Basketball teams will be on the road to Wills Point on Monday, while the Boys teams will be hosting Wills Point.
Also on Monday the High School Choir will present their Christmas Concert at the Larry Davis Auditorium.
Tuesday will see the High School Girls Basketball teams taking on Ennis at Canton High School.
It will also be the night the Junior High Band will perform at the Larry Davis Auditorium.
Wednesday at 1:30pm we will host a Diploma Ceremony for our Operation Graduation students in the CHS Library.  We are very proud of these students and wish them the best of luck in their future.
Thursday our CHS Band along with other student groups will be participating in the Annual Christmas Parade.
Thursday through Saturday the Varsity Boys Basketball team will be competing in the Martins Mill Tournament.
The Eaglettes will be on the road Friday taking on the Sandiettes from Grapeland High School.
We are pleased to announce Dylan Jaskula as this week’s, “Student of the Week!”  Dylan is the son of Teri and Rick Jaskula.  He is in Mrs. Rickman’s, 5th grade classroom.
Dylan says that his favorite subject is Math and that one day he hopes to become an Electrician.  He enjoys Football, Soccer and hanging out with his family.
CIS Principal, Ms. Robison says that Dylan is a hard working student with a great attitude.  He exemplifies the qualities of a good leader.  His teacher says Dylan is very responsible and is a good friend to his classmates.  We feel very lucky to have someone like Dylan on our campus.
So once again we congratulate Dylan Jaskula as the Canton ISD Student of the Week!
This week’s Eagle Vision Trait is, “Lead by example.”  Do great work, remain positive, and lend a hand along the way.
The Eagle Etiquette reminder is to “Listen to others; talk, don’t text.”
And the Quote of the Month for December is “God has given us two hands, one to receive with and the other to give with.”
Make sure to keep up with all the campuses and district happenings by following us on Twitter.  We want to thank our community for all their support, and hope everyone has a great week!
Jay Tullos