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25 Years Pre-School Programs

OUR 2015-16 THEME:

The 2015-16 school year has officially begun. It is pure joy to see the happy faces of our students back on campus!

Our theme this year is "Kids Under Construction: Inside and Out". If you saw Pixar's "Inside Out", then you can guess staff and students will be focusing on emotions and social skills all year long. We are all looking forward to seeing where learning at CSA takes all of us this year.

Parent Education Opportunities

The following educational opportunities are available. If you know of other sessions that may be of interest to Capitol School families, please contact the office.

JULY 2015
National Conference on Childhood Apraxia of Speech
For information, please visit There is also a link to a downloadable brochure from that page.

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Capitol School offers a Pizza Friday hot lunch option provided by L&L Catering. You can order by the quarter for $5.50 per meal. Or if you are too busy to pack a lunch or just want what’s being served on a particular day, you can contact L & L at 512-554-6323 by 9:00 a.m. that morning and they can add a meal to our delivery for $6.50.

This Week's Monday Letter from the Office
Monday Letter Sample

2015-16 School Calendar
School Calendar - Printer Friendly PDF

The Capitol Letter - Newsletter
Capitol Letter Newsletter