Volume: 1  Issue: 14 Sunday, April 19, 2015

Stand out

Benjamin Greenberg, 1st Grade

"I like learning. Collegiate has so many different subjects and I love going to the library.”
I am playing basketball with my older brother Daniel.
I am reading Jack and Annie books.
I am a blue belt in karate.
I am learning Everyday Math.
Each year, like independent schools nationwide, Collegiate raises money for its Annual Fund to bridge the $1,700 gap between tuition and the cost of delivering a Collegiate education. We are proud to announce that our total amount raised has surpassed $590,000.
There is still time to make your give! If you have pledged an amount to the campaign, please pay online prior to June 15.
Annual Fund dollars impact the day to day operations of our school.
Stand out. Be Collegiate. Give back!

fitCollegiate – HealthyBytes

The Physical Education Department is pleased to announce that fitCollegiate and Healthy Bytes updates are now live online and can be accessed through the school’s website under the School Life tab. Exciting news about fitness programs can be found on these websites. Links to fitness and wellness information for both children and adults are updated with new links added throughout the school year. fitCollegiate and Healthy Bytes are made possible by a Humana foundation grant award to Collegiate’s Physical Education Department.
The fourth in a series of four Collegiate Healthy Bytes meals is now available with video demonstrations by Collegiate's own Rachael Reigelman. Stay tuned for upcoming parent, alumni, faculty and staff recipes which will be available in fall 2012. 
The Physical Education Department invites you to visit the links below and share them with family, friends, colleagues and other schools.
In addition to the support of the Humana Foundation, the Physical Education Department recently received a grant from the Barth Foundation that will support the fitCollegiate initiative.


Humana Foundation Visits Collegiate

Jeanette Bahouth, a representative from the Humana Foundation and Mark Preston, a 1st grade parent and Humana, Inc. employee visited Collegiate’s physical education classes on April 26 to observe the fitCollegiate program in action. The Physical Education Department received a grant from the Humana Foundation in the amount of $22,000. The grant funds health and wellness education at Collegiate including the HealthyBytes meal series and the purchase of heart rate monitors for up to 100 students, faculty and staff.
Students demonstrated the Polar FT4 heart rate monitors and spoke about what they’ve learned as a result of the fitCollegiate curriculum.

Louisville Collegiate School presents Pygmalion

Enjoy the tale of Henry Higgins and Eliza Doolittle on April 27 and 28 at 7:00 p.m.

Two Students Earn Art Visual Art Recognition

Congratulations to Ali Wine (10th Grade) who was selected to attend the Kentucky Governor School of Art's Summer Program, held at Transylvania University in June/July 2012. This is a tremendous honor.
Congratulations also go to Townsend Jones (12th Grade) whose photograph, "Density" received Honorable Mention recognition at the State round of the Kentucky All-State Art Competition, and Best of Show at the Derby Region level.

Civil Rights Activist Charlene Holloway Visits Collegiate

On Wednesday, April 4, accomplished speaker and author, civil rights activist, and historian Charlene Holloway visited Collegiate's Upper School and seventh grade students. Holloway shared stories about civil rights and perseverance with a detailed account of her march with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. here in Louisville

Israeli Students Visit Middle East History Class

A group of Israeli students visited David Long's Middle Eastern History: Conflict and Change class on April 2. Collegiate students in this semester course analyze the Middle East in terms of the geography, culture, people, and history to gain a further understanding of the issues that currently exist there today.

Lower School Math Olympiad and Upper School Students Make a Great Team!

Approximately 16 Upper School students from Louisville Collegiate School’s National Math Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, volunteered as mentors to the Lower School Math Olympiad team this year. Every Wednesday after school from 3:15 – 4:15, October through March, Upper School students worked with Mrs. Scherer and the fourth and fifth grade Math Olympiad team.

Lower School Students Combine Music and Storytelling

Lower School students in Junior Kindergarten, Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grades experienced the magic of two guest artists in mid-March.

Science Olympiad Earns 6th Place

Congratulations to the Science Olympiad team for earning 6th place out of the 24 teams competing in the state competition.

Upper School Math Team Finishes Fourth in Region and Han Nguyen Earns a Perfect Score!

The Upper School Math Team took fourth place overall in the district and region (out of 29 public and private schools) for the second year in a row. After four years on the math team, senior and math team co-captain, Han Nguyen, ended the season on a sweet note earning a perfect score on the final math competition of the year!

Sharlin Named Rotary Club "Unsung Hero"

Congratulations to Gabe Sharlin who received the Rotary Club’s High School “Unsung Hero” Award. The award is given to a student who places the good of the community above personal recognition. Gabe was honored at a luncheon on March 15 where he a “Service Above Self” certificate and a $250 from Rotary Club President Stet Stetten.


FORE! 13th Annual Golf Scramble

Please join us for the 13th Annual Collegiate Golf Scramble on Monday, May 21 at Champions Pointe Golf Club!
Round up a group of parents or friends and come enjoy a FUN day with mulligans, contests and prizes. Don't miss the shortest drive or the tackiest dressed awards!
There is a 1:30 p.m. shotgun start with dinner and awards at 6:30 p.m. All proceeds support the Louisville Collegiate School Athletics Booster Club to benefit student athletics.

Parents Association News

Family Network
The Family Network would like to bid a fond farewell to this wonderful year of friendship and parent to parent support. Our last Parents for Parents meeting was facilitated by Mari Mujica, diversity consultant. She guided us skillfully as we embraced our common bonds and deepened our acquaintances and friendships. Thank you Mari (Luisa's mom)! Be looking for communications from the Family Network in summer newsletters. For the senior parents, we wish you all very best wishes in the future. Other parents, we hope to see you next fall at our Parents for Parents gatherings.
ValuMarket Gift Cards
In response to your requests, the Parent Association is happy to introduce the ValuMarket gift card. Just like the Kroger card, you may purchase the ValuMarket card for $5 (it is preloaded with $5.00). You reload it in the grocery store and Collegiate gets 4% in return. Collegiate benefits from these cards all year long, including summer time use. You can purchase a card at the Kroger/ValuMarket Lower School and Upper School afternoon Carpool Blast on May 2 and 3 or you can pick up either of these cards with Janice Jones in the front office at the Glenmary Drive Circle. Support your school by using a Kroger or ValuMarket gift card!
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