Cumberland Road Elementary School - October 19
13535 Cumberland Road
Fishers, In. 46038
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October 20 & 21 - No School
Calendar of Events
Monday, October 24
Engineering for Kids 3:50-4:50pm
STEM Scouts 6-8:30pm Art Room
Tuesday, October 25
Cloud City Chess Club 3:45-4:45pm Library
Thursday, October 27
Student Council 7:50-8:45am
FLIP Spanish 8-8:45am
Friday October 28
Spirit Day - Superhero Day
Monday, October 31
Engineering for Kids 3:50-4:50pm
STEM Scouts 6-8:30pm Art Room
Thursday, November 3
Student Council - prepare for food drive 7:50am
FLIP Spanish 8-8:45am
Friday, November 4
Spirit Day - $1 Hat Day for CRES Scholarship Fund
What's for Lunch
Monday, October 24 - Taco Scoops
Tuesday, October 25 - Scrambled Eggs with French Toast
Wednesday, October 26 - Pizza Calzone
Thursday, October 27 - Chicken Tender with Dinner Rool
Friday, October 28 - Cheesy Breadsticks with Marinara
Monday, October 31 - Cheeseburger with Potato Wedges
Tuesday, November 1 - Pancakes or Waffles with Sausage Patty
Wednesday, November 2 - Spaghetti with Meat Sauce
Thursday, November 3 - Chicken Nuggets
Friday, November 4 - Big Daddy's Cheese Pizza
"One person is enough to change the world."
These are the final words of the book Emmanuel's Dream, and change the world he did. Emmanuel Ofosu Yeboah was born with a strong body but only one leg. At the time, people with disABILITIES in Ghana got little to no support and were seen as a burden. Time and again Emmanuel faced prejudice and hardship, but thanks to the love and support of his family and his own grit, he went to school, made friends, earned a living, and later rode a bike over 400 miles across all of Ghana, raising awareness and doing much to combat the stigma persons with disABILITIES face in Ghana.
As part of our One Book, One School project, all Roadrunners read the book Emmanuel's Dream. Imagine our surprise when we discovered that Emmanuel was doing another ride for change, this time to raise funds for a school in Ghana and to put ramps in existing schools. After Katie Mitchell and Suley Hussain reached out to see if we could ride with him in Ohio, Emmanuel was so excited to hear about so many children reading his book and dreaming, he decided to take a detour, talk to our kids, and ride with us. Special thanks to Dave Greiwe for helping direct the bike ride on Sunday.
While Emmanuel has gone back to his ride, his impact stays with us and our journey is FAR from over. Be on the lookout for a showcase of our learning in January and a service project in the spring.
School Dismissal Manager - there's an App for that!
We are excited to announce the launch of our new School Dismissal Manager app. There are now apps for both Android and Apple which can now be found in their respective app stores.
This app is available at no additional charge and there are two ways to find it:
- Parents can go to their app store and search for School Dismissal Manager.
- Parents can go to the School Dismissal Manager homepage where they will find an app announcement with download buttons for both Android and Apple.
Designed to give parents the quick and easy access needed to make changes on-the-run, the app is limited to just the necessities. With the app, parents can:
- Create/Cancel a single exception within the two-week calendar view
- Set Parent Preferences for name, email, password, mobile number, and opting in or out of emails or text notifications
- Contact the school directly via email
- On a day where a child has an exception scheduled, the parents of that child who use the app will receive a reminder notification; this feature is ONLY available in the app
Please Support Hamilton County Kids Coats
We need your clean coats, mittens, gloves, hats and boots for kids. All sizes- Infants to high school.
Place your donated items in boxes at the entrance of Cumberland Road Elementary October 17th – 27th.
According to the Good Samaritan Network, Hamilton County has at least 18,000 persons who are living below the poverty level. Please help us keep our kids warm and cozy by donating new or gently used coats, mittens, gloves, hats, or boots.
Thank you for your contribution.
Each item collected will find a home in Hamilton County.
All donations will be distributed at the Nov 5th and 12th coat give-away.
Visit kidscoats.org for more info & volunteer opportunities
Youth Mentoring Initiative
The Hamilton Southeastern School System is in a continued partnership with Youth Mentoring Initiative. It is YMI’s vision to provide mentoring support for students by building and sustaining a mentoring community here in Fishers.
As a member of this community, this is where you can help. You have an opportunity to impact the life of a young person by simply being present and sharing your life experience with them. When you share your life you change their life.
YMI is currently looking for mentors for Riverside Intermediate, Sand Creek Intermediate, Riverside Junior High, Fall Creek Junior High, Fishers Junior, Fishers High School and HSE School. We are in need of male mentors for students at SandCreek Intermediate Riverside Intermediate and Fishers Junior High. You have an opportunity to be part of something special in Fishers. The Mayor, Scott Fadness has issued the "Mayors Challenge", which is to raise up an additional 50 new mentors this Fall.
Please attend our next Informational meeting at New Hope Presbyterian Church, October 19th http://www.ymionline.org/events
Read the latest article in the At Fishers Magazine.
Information for parents- http://www.ymionline.org/how-it-works/for-parents/
Become a mentor- 1 minute video
Important dates- http://www.ymionline.org/events/
Questions? email YMI at: email@example.com
Lost and Found
After one week in the hallway, they will be sent to Goodwill.
**Our Lost and Found is always available for parents to come in to check for missing items. Please check in at our office before heading to the Lost and Found.
Follow CRES on Facebook
Please follow CRES on Facebook by clicking on the following link:
You can also follow CRES on Facebook by going to the Cumberland Road Website and click on the Hot Topics scrolling menu at the top of the page.
That will take you straight to our Facebook page.
The following flyers are attached to this e-mail:
HSE 21 -Parenting Digital Kids
November HEPLibrary Newsletter
School of Rock 1 year anniversary Open House
Fishers Cubs Volleyball Club
Fishers Cubs Volleyball Club is built on the development of student athletes. The Cubs main emphasis will be to provide a learning atmosphere for girls to develop and improve their volleyball skill sets; that will be important for the long term benefit of the athletes. Positive intensity is the coaching staff’s theme for each practice and tournament. Coaches attempt to give athletes all of the instruction and motivation needed to cultivate a learning environment, the rest is up the athlete to take advantage of the opportunity placed in front of them.
For Registration Forms & Information:
Visit http://fisherstigersathletics.com/hq/fishers-cubs-volleyball-club/ for more information
All tryouts will be held at Riverside Jr. High in the Main Gym, with a $25 Mini-Camp Evaluation Fee. All teams will be made by grade level (4th-8th grade), but athletes may be moved up if skill level is appropriate. You must attend both tryout sessions to be considered for the team.
Registration beginning at 5:30 pm on October 24 Monday & Tuesday, October 24 & 25 from 6-8 pm at RJH 7th & 8th Grade athletes-Main Gym Court 1 5th & 6th Grade athletes - Main Gym-Court 2 5th & 4th Grade athletes – AUX Gym
*Please bring to tryouts:
Player Registration Form, $25 Mini-Camp Fee, T-Shirt (w/Last name on back), and Recent Picture Our goal is to have at least 1 team in each of the following age grades 8th, 7th, 5th-6th, 5th-4th.
After teams are made, there will be a mandatory parent meeting on 11/9/16, RJH at 7 pm.
SWIM LESSONS AT FISHERS HIGH SCHOOL
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Sign up Now for November Lessons
Registration for Fall Three swim lesson session is now available. Registration for Fall Three will be available until Sunday October 30th. To register log into Fasttigers.com and click on the swim lesson tab on the left side of the page. Fall Three begins Monday October 31st and Tuesday November 1st. Winter One lessons will begin November 28. Registration for Winter One will begin November 10th.
Fall Three: October 31-Nov. 17th; Registration 10/13-30.
Winter One: Nov. 28-December 15. Registration 11/10-27.
Winter Two: January 9-26. Registration 12/8-1/8.
Tigers Progressive Swim Lesson Information
Welcome to the FAST Tigers Progressive Swim program. Lessons are for thirty minutes twice a week for three weeks Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday. Swim level determination and payment must be completed at the time of registration. To register go to www.fasttigers.com and click on the swim lesson tab. Registration is easy and all completed online. You must enroll separately for each session you want to attend. Each session will meet for six classes unless otherwise indicated at the time of registration. E-mail questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Fishers Area Swimming Tigers (FAST) is a competitive swim program that practices at Fishers High School. Studies show that participation in the sport of swimming battles childhood obesity and positively effects the students academic achievement. For an evaluation, call Head Coach Jay Chambers at 317-691-2695, or email email@example.com. More information can be found on our website: www.fasttigers.com
FISHERS LIBRARY TO HOST ALL DAY AUTHOR FAIR
Celebrate the talents of twenty local authors at Hamilton East Public Library’s annual “Booktoberfest”. On Saturday, November 5 from 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM at the Fishers Library, enjoy an afternoon filled with meet and greets, book sales and signings, book-related activities and door prizes.
Authors M. Katherine Clark, Chris Clouser, Susan Crandall, Britni Hill, Pamela Jackson, Lyn Jones, Madalyn S. Kinsey, Nicole Kobrowski, Tracy Line, Kurt Meyer, Cheryl Soden Moreland, Sarah Morin, Annette Oppenlander, Suzanne Purewal, Francesca Quarto, Kate Roth, Bob Schmidt, M.K. Scott, Kate SeRine and Shari Wagner will all be on hand to sign books, and discuss their experiences and motivations in writing.
Don’t miss out on this exciting author fair! This special group of writers represents a wide variety of interests, genre, and age groups - promising something for everyone!
No registration is required! For more information, visit our website at hepl.lib.in.us or contact the Fishers Adult Services Department at 317-579-0306.
12690 Promise Road
Fishers, IN 46038
S.P.O.R.T.S. Basketball Registration – Registrations for boys and girls basketball are still being accepted with a $10 late fee. We do not have a final closing date so we encourage you to register as soon as possible. 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. Submit forms to the S.P.O.R.T.S. office with cash or check payment. Credit cards are not accepted in the office.
HSE-Fishers Boys Basketball Rec Evaluations
Recreational Evaluations - HSE High School Auxiliary Gym 2
Saturday, November 5
2nd grade - 9:00-10:15 a.m.
3rd grade - 10:15 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
4th grade - 12:00-1:00 p.m.
Sunday, November 6
5th grade - 12:00-1:00 p.m.
6th grade - 1:00-2:00 p.m.
S.P.O.R.T.S. Online Auction Coming Soon! - The 2016 S.P.O.R.T.S. Online Auction fundraiser will go live on October 28 and continue through November 9. Click here to view auction items and to sign in and get registered now. You can make an early donation or view the items you may wish to bid on once the auction goes live. Some surprise items still to come!