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This week at Steamboat schools

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Tuesday, Nov. 20

Steamboat Springs Middle School Parent Information Committee meeting, noon, media center

Wednesday, Nov. 21 through

Friday, Nov. 23

Thanksgiving holiday, schools closed

STUDENT HONORED BY OPTIMIST CLUB
STEAMBOAT SPRINGSFrank Cefaratti was the Steamboat Optimist Club’s October Teen of the Month.

The Steamboat Springs junior serves on student council, is a member of the Leadership Club, participated in Challenge Day and serves as a member of the police communications with the student body group.

Cefaratti has done community service from raising money for the Red Cross 9/11 Fund to gathering donations for Muscular Dystrophy.

He has also helped remodel the basement in the high school, taken GPS classes at CMC and participates in the Search and Rescue Explorer Program. In his spare time, Cefaratti enjoys dirt biking, camping, working on engines, skiing, snowboarding and playing the piano. After graduation, Cefaratti plans to attend the University of Colorado at Boulder to become a dentist or doctor.

STUDENTS THANKED FOR THOUGHTFULNESS
STEAMBOAT SPRINGSThe students from Lowell Whiteman Primary School received a thank-you letter from Principal Carroll Bennett of Saint Vincent Martyr School in New Jersey for sending letters to her students.

The Lowell Whiteman students sent cards and messages to the school after the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center.

Three of the families at the school lost fathers in the attacks.

“No kindness touched me quite like your wonderfully thoughtful cards and messages. I cried as I read each one. Thank you so very much for thinking of us from Colorado,” Bennett wrote.


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