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2023

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  • January

    Pray for J- CAK's Jackson Igou

    CAK- we need to be PRAYER WARRIORS for Jackson Igou! Jackson will have surgery tomorrow, January 31st at 10:30 am. It will last all day and there are multiple issues the doctors are trying to fix. Please pray for Dr. Garrison and Dr. Wales who will be performing the surgery. Pray for success in surgery, pain control, and mental strength for Jackson.

    Jackson is a former CAK student and basketball player. The summer after his sophomore year, he became very ill with complications from ulcerative colitis and has been in and out of the hospital for the last four years. Jackson has over 10,000 hours in just this most recent hospital stay of 17 months at Cincinnati Childrens Hospital! Over the last 3.5 years, he has had 700 overnight hospital admissions! #PrayforJ #pray4J
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  • Battle of the Bottles- UPDATE

    UPDATE- HOPE has a very generous donor who has contributed $5,400 ($2,700 for each school) toward the campaign as a challenge gift! We would love to see the gift matched before the game tonight! With the $5400, we are now at $17,376.98 in total dollars raised. Let's keep it up! 


    Today is the final day to donate to Battle of the Bottles! The winner will be announced tonight at halftime of the boys basketball game. The game begins at 7:30 pm in the Campus Center Gym. If you would still like to donate, you can do so by visiting: www.investingHOPE.com/CAK! Let's do this, Warriors!
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  • MS Robotics Compete in FIRST Lego League

    The CAK Middle School robotics teams competed in the FIRST Lego League. 

    Competitions have four components: 
    1. Robot game  - teams design, build, and program a Lego Education robot to autonomously complete tasks on the challenge mat
    2. Robot design - teams give a presentation on their robot design, strategy, and code
    3. Innovation project - teams develop a solution around the challenge theme  - this year was focused on Energy (production, distribution, storage, and usage)
    4. Core Values  - teams demonstrate teamwork and problem-solving 
     
    At the Marble City Qualifier in December, the middle school robotics teams: 
    Blue Team (6th Grade): Won 1st place Robot Design
    Gold Team (7th/8th Grade): Won Judges Award for Engineering Excellence
     
    Both teams qualified for the East Tennessee Championship to be held Saturday, February 11, at Tennessee Tech.
     
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