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Cumberland Road Elementary School - August 28, 2015

Cumberland Road Elementary
13535 Cumberland Road
Fishers, In. 46038
317-594-4170
www.hse.k12.in.us
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Calendar of Events

Friday, September 4 - $1 Hat Day for CRES Scholarships

Monday, September 7 - Labor Day - No School

Friday, September 11 - Half Day - Students dismissed at 12:01

Roadrunner Cafe Hot Lunch Menu/Rotation Day


Day 2 Monday August 31 Beef Soft Taco

Day 3 Tuesday September 1 Pancakes or Waffles with Sausage Patty

Day 4 Wednesday September 2 Spaghetti with Meat Sauce

Day 1 Thursday September 3 Chicken Nuggets with Soft Pretzel

Day 2 Friday September 4 Cheese Pizza

Monday September 7 NO SCHOOL LABOR DAY

Day 3 Tuesday September 8 Cheese Omelet with Bacon

Day 4 Wednesday September 9 Chicken and Noodles

Day 1 Thursday September 10 Cheese and Pepperoni Pizza Bites

Friday September 11 Half Day - No Lunch Served

Bus Notes and Dismissal Changes

If your child will be riding a different bus home with another student, we need a hand-written signed note from each parent involved. We need a note saying who your child will be riding the bus home with and the bus number, plus a note from the other parent saying it's okay to have the student ride home with their child. Both notes will then be approved by the office staff for the teacher to give to the bus driver. If we do not get notes from both parents, the student will be sent home on their normal bus.



Changes in how your child will be going home that are different from his/her normal routine are required to have a note from home. The note needs to have the student's full name, date, dismissal change and parent signature. A note must be sent in everyday that the change is in affect. The note will then be sent to the office to keep track of each student's mode of transportation.

BOOK RENTAL

Text book fees are now available in Skyward. Go to family access and click on Fee Management to see the balance. The due date is September 15, 2015. You can pay your fees with a check made payable to CRES. Please have a separate check for EACH student and put their name on the memo line. You can pay cash, but you must have exact change. You can also pay online through eFunds with a credit card or debit card. You can access the link on our website. Under the quick links you will see a link for eFunds online payment system. If you have any questions, please contact Katie Tidwell at 594-4170 extension 1182.

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From the CRES PTO…

Thank you for the positive response to this year’s SpiritWear! Orders have been submitted to the vendor and we look forward to delivery in early to mid-September.

ROADRUNNER RALLY

Our first of only two major fundraisers this year is the Roadrunner Rally. It will take place on Thursday, October 1. Leading up to the fun-filled event, students will be rallying for pledges from aunts, uncles, grandparents, neighbors, coaches, parent’s friends, etc. Be on the lookout for more information in your child’s Monday folder. The Rockin’ Rally Recess Reward was a huge hit with the kiddos last year, and we look forward to watching the students make this FUNdraiser a success again this year.

SAVE THE DATES!!!

Please mark your calendar for the following upcoming events & meetings:

  • Tuesday, September 1 – Open Forum Meeting
    All CRES parents & guardians are welcome and encouraged to attend this PTO meeting. We’ll begin at 7:00 p.m. in the Art Room.

  • Friday, September 25 - Grillin’ & Chillin’
    This FREE evening of food and fun will be held at the school from 5:30-7:00p.m.!

  • Thursday, October 1 – Roadrunner Rally
    The Roadrunner Rally is one of two major fundraisers we are sponsoring this year. Be on the lookout for more information soon. This has turned into a tradition and the kids have an absolute blast.

Café Expectations and Procedures

We want our café to be a place where our students can enjoy dining with each other using kindness and good manners.

There are two rules for students in the café.

1. Be Kind.

2. Be Safe.

This looks and sounds like:

Walk in quietly with your hands to yourself.

Use a quiet indoor voice to talk to your friends.

Raise your hand if you need help or need to get something.

Keep your hands, feet and objects to yourself.

Eat your own food.

Cooperate with others to clean up your table.

Pick up all your trash and walk to trashcans to throw it away.

Actively listen while the cafeteria staff is giving directions.

Procedures to make our café a safe and enjoyable place to dine:

1 Café staff will greet students in hallway at west entrance of dining room.

2 Students will be lined up along the south wall in hallway (across from bulletin board) in the following order: (Brought, Milk, PBJ, Turkey Sandwich, Chef Salad, Pizza Pak, Hot,)

3 As students enter the dining room café staff will direct packers to their assigned classroom table. Students purchasing a milk/lunch will be directed to enter the serving line and then take a seat at their assigned table. (Table will be marked with a color coded cone assigned to that class)

4 Once seated at the table, student will raise their hand if they need assistants or additional items such as napkin, fork, etc.

5 After students have eaten, they will clean up after themselves. This includes cleaning off the table and making sure they have not left any trash on floor or around the eating area. When students have finished picking up after themselves, café staff will direct students to dispose of trash and trays.

6 Students who bring a lunch from home and going to recess right after lunch (1st, Kg, 4th) will place lunch box in basket at east end of dining room. Students returning to class will keep lunch boxes with them at table.

7 Students will remain seated until their teacher returns to the café to pick them up.

8 When teacher returns to café, students will line up along outer walls of café. Teacher and students will exit dining room at east end.

On Fridays 4th graders may choose a seat anywhere in the café. This privilege will be continued if students show they can follow café rules, use indoor voices and keep order during their lunch time.

Students can earn an extra day of “Choose your seat” if they do well on Fridays.

From the CRES Library

Hello Roadrunner Parents! I hope that your children have had a great start to the new school year! I am going paperless with my request for volunteers this year! I am sending a link to a form for you to fill out online. I would love to have 2-3 volunteers each day to help put books away, check out, check in, etc. Timing is flexible. If you would like to help out in our library this year, please click on the link below. (You may need to push ctrl+click to activate the link.)

If you'd like to volunteer in the library, click here!

If you have any questions at all, please contact Mrs. Hicks at khicks@hse.k12.in.us

PASTA BOWL FUNDRAISER

September 1st-10th

Help support the HSE Foundation by donating boxes of pasta to the local Hamilton County food pantries.

· Each class with 30 + boxes of pasta will win a reward recess.

· Collect all the boxes in your homeroom.

· Mrs. Riethman will ask you to bring them to her office on Thursday, September 10th.

· Reward recess will be held on Monday, September 14th.

School Directory

The online school directory is now available to all families in Skyward. This year the directory is based on an opt-in model. Families must choose to show their contact information in order to be visible in the directory.

To opt-in, click on "My Account" in the upper right corner of your Family Access account. From there, check the boxes for the information you wish to make visible under the School Directory section and then Save. Families can make changes to this section anytime throughout the school year.

What to do if you suspect a disability/Child Find:

If your child is age 2 ½ through 21, attends any school within the Hamilton Southeastern Schools boundaries or you live in our community, and you suspect your child may have a disability, you should contact us for more information.

· For children at least two and a half years of age, but not yet age-eligible for kindergarten, you should contact the Early Childhood Assessment Team at Brooks School Elementary School, 915-4250.

· For students who are eligible for kindergarten through age 21, you should contact your child’s teacher, school counselor or building administrator to discuss your concerns and explore the steps to be taken. If your child is not enrolled in public school, you should contact the counselor or building administrator in the building your child would attend if enrolled.

http://www.hse.k12.in.us/ADM/academics/special_education/suspect_disability.aspx

Response-to-Instruction (RtI)

RtI is a general education initiative designed to provide high quality instruction and interventions matched to student needs, and using learning rate over time and level of performance to make important educational decisions. The RtI model is based on a three-tiered model of service delivery with a focus on early intervention and prevention of academic and behavioral concerns. Data collected during this process provides valuable information regarding students’ educational progress and response to interventions. Students who do not demonstrate a response to well-implemented, scientifically-based interventions at the Tier 3 level would be referred for an educational evaluation to determine eligibility for special education. RtI is a component of HSE’s Child Find Process.

Lost and Found

If your student is missing their personal items, please have him/her take a look in our Lost and Found near the gym doors. Our Student Council will be laying our Lost and Found items in the hallway for students to look for their missing belongings before we take them to Goodwill. They will be placed there for 3 days and then donated. Please see the following dates when student items will be placed in the hallway:


September 17th

October 15th

October 29th

November 16th

December 3rd

January 21

February 18

March 10

April 21

May 12

Watch Me Sculpt

Do you love to have fun and get creative?! If so, Watch Me Sculpt is for you! WMS is a fun and exciting after school sculpting program offered immediately following the school day for one hour at the school. Each week, students are led by our inspiring artistic instructor to create a masterpiece sure to impress friends and family. Projects are prepared by professional artists specifically for elementary students with simple, step by step instructions using the same clay animation studios use in Hollywood. Ready to experience more fun that you thought humanly possible in a school building?! Register for Watch Me Sculpt Today!! Flyers available in the office. Register on our website as well – www.watchmesculpt.org.

Passionate about Education?

Do you want to set your own schedule?

Do you love kids?

Do you want to make a positive impact on the next generation?

HSE Schools is looking for good candidates to work in our schools as substitute teachers or sub instructional assistants.

Do you want to work at your children’s school?

Do you want a job that follows your child’s schedule?

Questions? Check out this link… APPLY today!

http://www.hse.k12.in.us/ADM/human_resources/sub_teachers.aspx

Roadrunner Attachments

The following flyers are attached to this e-mail:

Fishers Fusion Dance Clinic

Destination Imagination Open House

HSSF 2015 Mudsock Game

Permitted use of school newsletters as required by the Equal Access Act is not an endorsement of this group or this group’s beliefs by Hamilton Southeastern Schools or the Board of School Trustees.

Annual Safety Day

Fishers Fire Department is again partnering with St. Vincent Fishers Hospital for its Annual Safety Day September 12, from 10am – 2pm in the parking lot of St. Vincent Hospital. This is an “all things safety” event designed to provide important information for kids, young adults, adults and seniors. In addition, we are spot lighting sports injuries to help prevent ligament, bones and cranial injuries.

Glow in the Park Lights the NPD with Neon Lights

Glow in the Park is not an ordinary event in the Nickel Plate District! Back by popular demand, Glow in the Park promises a night of neon bright lights, lasers, unforgettable memories and a whole lot of fun. Slated for Saturday, September 12, our neon party is complete with a DJ spinning some favorite techno tunes, face painting, a graffiti wall, and, the ever popular Neon Splash Zone! Arrive early; the first 1,000 people at the event receive a free glow stick to kick off the party. Glow in the Park takes place from 8:30 to 10:30 p.m. and free to attend. Wear white and help us light up the night!

Parents, we encourage you to pack towels for the ride home and don’t be scared to get in on the fun, too. Registration is not required, but parent supervision is during the event. Don’t miss this unforgettable nigh t in the Nickel Plate District!

Sports News

S.P.O.R.T.S. NEWS

http://www.hsesports.org

email: info@hsesports.org

12690 Promise Road

Fishers, IN 46038

(317) 845-5582


August 21, 2015

S.P.O.R.T.S. Basketball Registration – Open registration for boys and girls basketball continues through August 31. Beginning September 1 a $10 late fee will be incurred on all registrations. Registration forms are available at the S.P.O.R.T.S. office, on the S.P.O.R.T.S. website, at all HSE schools, and the Fishers Library. Parents may also register online and can pay with a credit card or can print the form and submit it to the S.P.O.R.T.S. office with a check or cash payment. Credit cards are not accepted in the office.

Sandlot Under the Stars Fundraiser
will take place on Saturday, August 29 and hosted by S.P.O.R.T.S. and the Fishers Parks Foundation. This is the primary fundraiser for S.P.O.R.T.S. for 2015 and a great way to have fun and support the youth of our community! For more information visit,
http://sportssandlot2015.auction-bid.org. Can’t attend? You can still bid on Silent Auction items or donate to S.P.O.R.T.S. on the same link and go to “Register for Auction” or “Donate”.

HSE-Fishers Boys Travel Basketball Tryouts – Boys must attend the evaluation for the high school district where they reside.

HSE Royals
Parent Meeting – September 1 – HSEHS Cafeteria, 6:00-7:00 p.m.
Travel Team Camp/Tryout–HSEHS Auxiliary Gym
3rd grade – September 14, 21 & 22 – 6:00-7:30 p.m.
4th grade – September 14, 21 & 22 – 7:30-9:00 p.m.
5th grade – September 15, 16, & 17 – 6:00-7:30 p.m.
6th grade – September 15, 16 & 17 – 7:30-9:00 p.m.
Fishers Tigers
Parent Meeting – September 1, FHS LGI Room, 7:00-8:00 p.m.
Travel Team Camp/Tryout–FHS Auxiliary Gym
3rd grade – September 15, 16 & 17 – 6:00-7:30 p.m.
4th grade – September 15, 16 & 17 – 7:30-9:00 p.m.
5th grade - September 22, 23 & 24 – 6:00-7:30 p.m.
6th grade – September 22, 23 & 24 – 7:30-9:00 p.m.

Fishers-HSE Travel Girls Basketball Tryouts – Girls must attend the evaluation for the high school district where they reside. Please note that 3rd grade tryouts will take place later in September, but 3rd graders can participate in the camp/clinic.

Fishers Lady Tigers – FHS Auxiliary Gym
3rd-6th grade camp – August 24 & 25 – 7:00-9:00 p.m.

4th-6th grade tryouts – August 26 & 27 – 7:00-9:00 p.m.

HSE Lady Royals – HSEHS Auxiliary Gym

3rd-6th grade camp – September 2 & 3 – 6:30-8:00 p.m. (NOTE DATE CHANGE)

4th-6th grade tryouts – September 8 & 9 – 6:30-8:00 p.m.

Fishers-HSE Girls Basketball Fever Event – The 5th Annual Event will be held on Saturday, August 22. For more information, visit the Girls Basketball website at www.girlsbasketball.hsesports.org. To sign up for the event, go to www.fevergroups.com/fishershse. If you have additional questions, contact David Walker, fishersgirlsbball@gmail.com.

S.P.OR.T.S. Boys Volleyball - Would your son be interested in learning the game of volleyball? We are exploring opportunities to begin a training league which could develop into a rec league thru S.P.O.R.T.S. We are making plans for a spring training league. We are open to training boys in grades 4-8. If your son would be interested in participating, OR if you would be interested in helping to organize a league, please contact Marcy Morrolf at morrolf5@yahoo.com. Hope to see you on the court!

S.P.O.R.T.S. – Welcome back! Please check your school newsletters weekly for up to date S.P.OR.T.S. and league information.