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Canadian Middle School Honor Rolls

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“All A” Honor Roll Eighth Grade: Jessa Bell, Lilly Bradford, Paula Castaneda, Camden Cook, William Davis, Julian Dominguez, Mackenzie Flowers, Margaret Hanes, Jacob Hayes, Tucker Landry, Payton Lee, Konnar McClendon, Iris Mondragon, Lucas Moreno, Cooper Powell, Avery Ratliff, Carlie Renfro, Abril Rivera. Seventh Grade: Brianna Antillon, Erick Arellanes, Kylie Cavalier, Collier Cook, Daniel Jimenez, Sadie Kauk, Miley McLanahan, Sophia Mills, Kimora Morales, Rene Osornio, Sage Saenz.
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Local student earns distinction at Wichita State University

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WICHITA, Kan.—Wichita State University has announced the names of more than 3,500 students who were on the WSU dean's honor roll for fall 2020. Among those named was Taylor S. Altmiller of Canadian. To be included on the dean's honor roll, a student must be enrolled full-time (at least 12 credit hours) and earn at least a 3.5 grade-point average on a 4.0 scale.
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School Board Briefs

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The Spring Calendar In a review of Wednesday evening’s board meeting on Friday, Dr. Pulliam shared a list of Spring 2021 events, with options for either pre-recorded or livestream events, or outdoor ones, in a slightly tired nod to ongoing COVID-19 safety protocols.
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CISD Robotics teams compete in two of three UIL-qualifying meets

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Canadian High School and Canadian Middle School robotics teams competed in the second of three University Interscholastic League-qualifying meets on Saturday, Feb. 6. The high school team, Wildcat Robotics 1, is now ranked 16th among the 28 teams reporting, while the middle school team, DS Robot Designers, is ranked 20th. The CHS Sub-Sonic Engineers 1 team is tied for 23rd.
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Plain English

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“Don’t give up your landline,” is what we say to each other often in rural West Texas. When there are power outages, high winds, and powerful storms that knock out internet and cellphone service, our landlines are lifelines. Many of us also have old push-button telephones we use when our mobile phones go dead. We connect the vintage beauties to the landline jack, and we’re back in business. That trick may become common practice in the near future.