District News

  • June School Board Update

    The June School Board Update is now available to view! Learn about the agenda items that school board approved and read the highlights the administrative team shared.

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  • Excellence in Positive Behavior and School Climate

    Named an Exemplary Sustaining District, C-I Schools is honored by MDE..

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  • 2022 Graduation Commencement

    Graduation is June 10, at 7:00 p.m. Our commencement ceremony is open to the general public, and will be live streamed. Click the title for more information.

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  • Summer is Sizzling with Learning and FUN!

    Don’t miss out on the opportunity to send your child to fun, engaging, and exciting NEW opportunities this summer — at NO COST for families. C-I Schools secured a grant to fund summer learning adventures. Click the title to view the opportunities, dates, and sign-up forms

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  • George Larson Tribute

    Last week, our community lost one of the greats. George Larson, a teacher, football coach and athletic director, died peacefully at the age of 89. “As a Bluejacket, he impacted thousands of lives, and there will continue to be a generational ripple... Click the title to continue reading.

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  • Interim Athletics & Activities Director Announced

    Cambridge-Isanti High School is excited to announce Mr. Matt Braaten as the Interim Athletics and Activities Director for Cambridge-Isanti Schools effective Jul 1, 2022. Mr. Braaten is a longtime teacher, coach, and community member... Click the title to continue reading.

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  • Week of the Young Child

    This week we are celebrating the Week of the Young Child. This is a week dedicated to celebrating our youngest learners and the adults in their lives. Click the title to view the full article.

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  • New Bluejacket Gear Store

    We are so proud to be Bluejackets! Cambridge-Isanti Schools now has an official Bluejacket Gear Store. This online store will allow community members, families, students, and staff to purchase Bluejacket gear year-round. Designs and options will continue to be added throughout the year.

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  • Advocating for School Funding

    Over the past several weeks, we have been working with our state legislators to advocate for our schools and communities. We would like to invite all staff and families to join us in our advocacy.

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  • 2022-23 School Calendar Approved

    The school board has approved the 2022-2023 school calendar. School will start on September 6, 2022. The last day of school will be June 8, with Graduation for the Class of 2023 scheduled the following day.

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  • Kindergarten Round Up

    Attend Kindergarten Round Up night at the school your child is enrolling into: Isanti Primary 4/25/22 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm | C-I STEAM (SFAS) 4/26/22 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm | Cambridge Primary 4/28/22 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

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  • Surprising Benefits of Learning Music

    There are so many studies that show music opens up overall brain capacity. Music helps students develop a sense of rhythm and discipline and a growth-mindset. Click the headline to read more.

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  • Kindergarten Information Nights

    Attend one of our Kindergarten Information Nights to learn more about our Kindergarten options. Information Nights will occur between January 11 and January 25. Click the title for more details.

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  • Pint-sized Picassos

    While families certainly appreciate the creative masterpieces students bring home, elementary art is much more than creating pretty pictures to hang on the frig. Click the headline to read more.

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  • Gratitude In All We Do: Thank you, Volunteers

    With over 200 people having committed at least one hour or more to volunteering for C-I Schools in the Fall of 2021, their dedication is inspiring and demonstrates the great needs within our schools. Our volunteers have completed teacher projects, packed free meals for families... Click the title to continue reading

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  • New trimester, fresh beginnings and steps for success

    The first trimester has shown us a lot — including strengths, opportunities and challenges. And our students’ grades tend to reflect that. But let me remind all of us that our students are not their grades and achievements. Student or adult, our identity lies in who we are, especially when life offers adversity... Click the title to continue reading.

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  • Encouraging Your Teen to Read

    The question to answer today is: “What can we do as adults to encourage the love of reading in our middle and high school kids?” Here are three tips that may work.

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  • Literacy Treasures in Our Community

    Check out some of the great spots in our community for literacy lovers!

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  • Family Literacy Month: Focus on lifelong learning and ABE

    Research has shown reading as an adult can lower stress levels and blood pressure, increase brain connectivity, and reduce depression symptoms.

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  • Early Literacy Starts at Birth

    Reading to your child, beginning at birth, helps them build connections in their brain, build vocabulary and be ready for kindergarten.

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