Mustang Monitor: December 2
I hope this finds you well following some good time to mix, mingle, eat, shop, rest, relax and BE THANKFUL! It was good to exist in a bit slower realm for a few days. Now it’s time to get it in gear for the fast and furious close to the semester. Hang on and drink coffee!!
This week marks probably the 13th edition of the OrthoArkansas Basketball Tournament. This is a great basketball event played at CAC and supported by OrthoArkansas! It is also a way the CAC athletic program seeks to honor and provide some good publicity for the great support given to CAC by Dr. Joel Smith, Dr. David Gilliam and the OrthoArkansas Clinic. It is a time to honor and thank them for providing the services of our athletic trainer, Traci Byrd. Traci is a long-time fixture at CAC, in her 14th year of work with our student athletes. There are fewer than 20 schools in Arkansas with the services of a full-time athletic trainer. Come on out for some great basketball action.
Wednesday is a special day! It is Winter Team and Club pictures. Team members will have a picture order envelope in their possession today. To place an order, insert appropriate payment in the envelope and return it with your student tomorrow. Likely, all the teams will have pictures made in their uniforms; you might be proactive and ask about that to ensure the kids have the appropriate clothing. It would save you a trip to school tomorrow.
Sunday will be a great season and festive event. All the CAC choirs will be performing in their annual Christmas Concert. The show will begin at 3:00 pm and will offer some outstanding seasonal music performed by some of our great students. We hope to see you here. I might insert; arrive early for parking as this is usually a packed-house event.
That is it for now. We will update some information later in the week. Until then, have a great week. We are thankful for you and your trust in and support for our efforts on Mustang Mountain. We hope to see you soon and often as activities continue! Give us a shout if we may be of service or help.
Doug Killgore, CMAA
Assistant Principal/Activities Director