Citizens Memorial Elementary School

This Week's Events

Report Cards

Report cards will be going home with students on Monday, March 16th.

Parent Teacher Conferences

Citizens Memorial will be hosting Parent Teacher Conferences on Tuesday, March 17th, 3pm- 6pm.

Tendremos traductores en la escuela para las families que deciden usario.

We will have Spanish translators for Parent Teacher Conferences.

Spirit Week March 16th - 20th

Students, Faculty and Staff are encouraged to participate in Spirit Week.

A flyer went home with students friday indicating the themes for each day.

Monday- Multiple Monday- You and your friends can dress alike.

Tuesday- Pajama Day- Wear your cozy pajamas to school

Wednesday- Wacky Tacky Wednesday- Come to school in your most creative mismatched outfit!

Thursday- Crazy Hair Day- Come to school with the craziest hairstyle!

Friday- Blast From The Past- Show what you think your parents dressed like in the 80's and 90's.

Students must be appropriately dress for school. Parents there is still ice, snow and puddles on our school grounds, Please make sure appropriate footwear is worn.

CCF After School Family Showcase

The CCF Family Showcase and celebration will take place on Monday, March 16th from 5:30pm- 7:30pm.


Now that the snow is melting here are a few reminders and a few changes regarding school safety.

Please adhere to the following:

  • Traffic Pattern for drop-off and pick-up. Please follow the flow of traffic through school grounds.
  • There is no passing through or parking in front of the building.
  • Please be aware of our Safety Patrol Students and Faculty and cooperate with them. They are here to make sure our students and family are safe. Please be patient and think of the safety of all our school community members
  • Students will continue to be picked up by their classroom teachers in the cafeteria at 8:45 am. This will continue until the snow has melted to a point of not being a safety issue.
  • Outdoor recess will resume once the snow has melted to the point of not being a safety hazard. Until then we will continue to have indoor recess.

I want to thank all of those who keep us informed of issues regarding ice, snow and traffic. We will do our best to take care of the issues as we are made aware. Your participation in communicating with us helps keep our community safe. Thank you!

PARCC Assessment

Next week, March 23rd, our school will be participating in the PARCC Assessment. This assessment will take place Monday through Friday. Students will be assessed in math and english language arts.

Please help us with making this assessment a success. We suggest that our students receive a full night's sleep and report to school on time.

We thank you for your cooperation.