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Communication Crew Application

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CTE Communication Crew is a group of students, grades 4-6, who support their classroom and the school by participating in a variety of media functions including: morning announcements, marquee & TV updates, and video app instruction.

Communication Crew will meet weekly with Mrs. Hylton in the tech lab before school, Tuesdays 7:45-8:30am, for the remainder of the 2016-17 school year.

Two students from each class will be selected and announced the week of 12sep16!

If you are interested in being on the CTE Comm Crew please:
* complete all questions and submit this form by Thursday, 8sep16
* ask your teacher to complete the Teacher Recommendation form - it is each student's responsibility to ensure their teacher has completed this form!!

September 14, 2015 | By abhylton | Category: Cherokee Trail Elementary School

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