New Carlisle Elementary News

December 2018

Important links below.

Fliers To Check Out

Christmas Break December 21- January 2

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New Carlisle Cares about our Kids

Upcoming December Events

December 3 - PTO Meeting

December 3 - 5th Grade Holiday Concert (6:30 & 7:30)

December 5 - Student Council Meeting (7:50 AM)

December 7 -TMS Choir Assembly at NCES

December 12 - Scheduled 2 hour delay

December 14 - Bounce House Reward for cookie dough sales

December 17 - NED Show Assembly

December 18 - Grandparents Day (4th at 9:30AM & 5th at 1:30PM)

December 19 - 4th Grade Holiday Concert (6:30 & 7:30)

December 21- January 2 - Holiday Break

Thank you ALL for the warm and fuzzy donations to help our community

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4th Grade Field Trip Fun

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5 easy ways to increase a child's reading fluency

Use this resource to help with reading.

Thank You Veterans

NCES had our Veterans Day celebration Monday, November 12, 2018 at 10:00a.m. All active and non active duty servicemen and women that were able come to participate in a ceremony were honored. We were so pleased to be able to have them at our school for the morning. Thank you.

A Reunion with Family

Active Arrows Are Still Hard at Work

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2018-2019 New Carlisle Elementary 1st Quarter Honors

The following students made honor roll for 1st quarter. Students who had exemplary attendance along with earning this merit are indicated with an asterisk*

4th & 5th Grade Principal’s List


Addison Accurso*, Raegan Adams, Tristan Adams, Megan Benton, Madisyn Betts, Jesus Botello, Tyler Butler, Destiney Childress*, Austin Clark, Nolan Cornett, Brycen Dixon, Raegan Fell, Rilie Fisher*, Skylar Fox, Shelby Frappier, Ayden Frascone*, Gavin Frascone*, Peyton Fugate, Miles Gingrich, Christian Gonzalez*, Eva Grafton*, Isabella Handwerker, Sara Kottmyer*, Kathrine Kouts, Mariano Lopez Ceballos, Isabella Martin, David Mecum, Jordyn Metcalf*, Kylee Metz, Elizabeth Moss*, Paeten Musgrove*, Carter Olinger, Riley Olinger, Tatianna Peck, Brandon Radford, Cooper Rex, Gwenneth Rhoades*, Brett Rogers-Milligan, Jeffrey Runyon, Samantha Russell, Mackenna Sharbaugh, Micah Sharbaugh, Hailey Spencer, Chase Stafford, Aniston Taylor, Brooklyn Woolum

4th & 5th Grade A/B Honor Roll

Trinity Albaugh, Sofia Alexander, Hannahlee Allender, Jayleen Arevalos Lara, Braylon Augaitis*, Heidi Barajas Pinones*, Makayla Beckett, Fernanda Bernardino, Annabel Blackburn, Amber Blakey, Raegan Bowling, Braxton Bragg, Penny Brewer, Hayleigh Brown*, Deon Byrd, Sherlyn Cabrera, Parker Carnes, Jordin Casebier*, Madison Cauley, Hunter Chassereau, Scarlett Chen, Ava Clayborn, Jackson Coffey, Austin Connett, Carla Corona*, Conor Cotterman*, Gabriel Darling, Noah Davis, Layla Dawson, Mason Dean*, Meleny Diaz-Velasquez*, Natalie Dix*, Jackson Donovan, Raegan Driscoll*, Lorien Ehlinger, Lilian Emberton, Brynn Foster, Tristan Fourman*, Kenzie Gantz*, Xavier George*, Kaitlynn Grody*, Jayden Hall, Kaily Harter, Dylan Harwood, Timothy Higgins, Raelyn Hill, Mia Hoenie, Amee Hoover*, Ellee Hughes, Tony Jackson, McKenzie Johnson*, Vance Johnson, Autumn Jones, Hannah Kennedy*, Hannah Kimble, Mackenzie Lewis, Braiden Lipker, Samantha (Abby) Manning, Bailee Martin, Dalton Massie, Madison McDaniel, Logan McFarland*, Lillie McKenzie, Saige Means, Jesus Medina Garnica, Guadalupe Medina Mendoza, Conner Melton*, Zoey Meyers, Bridget Minnick, Ivan Mireles Campos, Ava Moody, Kaitlynn Moore*, Aiden Mossbarger, Kayden Mugavero, Lyllian Murphy, Layla Myers*, Ayla O'Neal, Riley Orndorff, Braylon Parker, Lauren Perry, Logan Petrae*, Ava Plank, Autumn Poland, Cristian Portillo, Stryder Pritchett, Renee Reed*, Addison Rexrode, Kyle Rose, Aylin Ruiz, Libby Runner, Corey Russell, Gustavo Sandoval Zaragoza, Madison Scott, Kara Searcy*, Gavin Seymour, Paul Sharp, Gracey Shaver, Angellina Shilt, Brenden Slagell, Makenna Smith, Madaline Snider*, Maila Snyder, Edgar Solis Ponce, Kobe Sothard, Mason Spencer*, Darren Suther, Zoe Swearingen, Gabriel Swigart, Carson Tarbutton, Noah Taylor, Julie Taynor, Logan Teglas*, Larkin Thomas, Haylyn Thompson, Jaylyn Tillman*, Alayna Tobin, Ambrielle (Brie) Treon, Alexander Van Dam, Francisco (Marco) Vargas, Stella Webb, Thomalynn Wells, Lanie Wilbanks, Carsen Williams*, Brayden Willis, Jordan Willoughby*, Jenna Wilson, Kayla Wood, Dakota Wright, Christian Wylie, Raelyn Young, Litzy Zapien Torres, Maria Zapien Torres, Isaac Zaragoza


Gabriela Aguirre, Maylin Bacon Velasquez, Brennen Barnett, Natasha Bernardino Arevalo, Nevaeh Cable, Christopher Cabrera, Carson Campbrill, Levi Casad, Luis Ceja Martinez, Madilynn Clevinger, Camila Corona, Aiden Crotty, Harley Davidson, Madeline Davis, Armando Diaz, Yesenia Diaz, Samuel Dillon, Robert Fultz, Zitlaly Gonzalez, Amelia Gutierrez Rivera, KenRay (KenRay) Hall, Aaron Helm, Alexis Helm, Isaiah Hodge, Christian Janow, Raymond (Ray) Johnson, Veronica Jones, Brock Kendall, Rylie Leeth, Rieley Lokai, Emeril Loza, Samuel Loza, Jordan Morgan, Nathan Myers, Nathan Peters, Michael Ritchie II, Khloe Roberts, Emily Roblero, Ana Rodriguez Rivera, Makala Sagraves, Melanie Salas, Caylee Sanchez, Ayla Secrest, Zoey Sineff, Kayla Smith, Nathaniel Smith, Carter Stapleton, Mikah Stiles, Aydin Tillman, Esther Trujillo, Christopher Walker, Samantha Welles, Guillermo Zaragoza Ruiz, James (JJ) Ziegeler III

Spirit Week to Dress Up For a Good Cause

Student Council sponsored a week of dressing up to encourage students to bring in items to donate here at school! These items are recyclables (pop tabs, used markers, and bottle caps) to benefit our school by helping us to get new gym equipment, benches and many other things.

R Factor

E+R=O - Event + Response = Outcome

Our school district as well as our elementary school are in the beginning stages of sharing a life changing message with our students and staff. We call the message E+R=O. This is an extremely powerful mindset that will help us all control our responses to events that happen to us everyday. If we can all learn and master this skill, we will experience better outcomes to the challenges we face in life. Click on the link below to hear a little bit about how E+R=O can help you and your family. The message may seem simple but it is actually very difficult to master. It is a 9:54 minute video, fast forward to 3:37 will allow you to hear the meat of the message delivered by speaker, Brian Kight. . That is when Brian Kight starts talking about E+R=O.



We have a district REMIND text app this year. As a family in our school district, you are already enrolled in this service. This will be helpful when you need to receive school delays and cancellations, safety information and other district related messages. The Remind App provides individual building access which means you will also get information that only applies to NCES. If your number is not on the list or you are not receiving messages, please let the office know and we will happily add your information to the Remind system. Thank you.


NCES has an Instagram account. We have 168 followers. Please follow us to see the fun and educational happenings at New Carlisle Elementary School. Tell your friends and family to join us too. I try to post pictures almost daily.

PTO We Need You!

We will be holding a Tecumseh Elementary PTO meeting on Monday, November 5 , at TMS at 7:00 pm. Our next meeting will be Monday, December 3 , at TMS at 7:00 pm. Everyone is welcome. PTO has their own Remind page. On your phone Type: @tecelempto in the message space, put 81010 where the number goes, and join. If you have questions please call our office at 845-4480.

Child Nutrition News

Children are able to charge 3 times. After the 4th charge students will be given a turkey/cheese sandwich and carton of milk.

EZpay is a system that allows you to add money to your child's account without sending money to school. Setup is simple. If you need assistance please contact the nutrition department at 845-4519.

EZpay will allow you to receive an email alerting you how much money is in your child's lunch account. This feature can be setup in the EZpay system.

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Dismissal at NCES

Dismissal - We encourage all students to be picked up using the curb lane. This is a safety concern for our students. This way you do not have to get out of your car, students can enter the car right from the curb and there is no need for kids crossing into the parking lot.

You are welcome to park your car and walk to the doors or to the light pole at the end of the cross walk. Your student will get crossed to you safely at the light pole. From there you will be able to walk your child safely to your car. WE DO NOT LET STUDENTS WALK ACROSS THE PARKING LOT ON THEIR OWN.

Thank you for your cooperation. Our students safety is our highest concern.

Positive Referrals

The students at NCES are able to receive positive referrals from staff for going above and beyond. We are so proud of our students who have earned positive referrals during the month of November.

When students receive a positive referral their photo is taken, the receive a bracelet, candy or a pencil. Additionally, students receiving positive referrals are honored on our Chrome cast screen with their photos scrolling on the office TV all day everyday!

We hang a photo in the office and hallway of each student receiving a positive office referral and these students are also honored on our morning announcements which can be viewed on our Youtube channel. It is really exciting for our students.

Recognized for 4th Grade:

Khloe Roberts, Bobby Thompson, Nathan Secrest, Raegan Fell, Gavin Frascone, Mackenna Sharbaugh, Joey Maye

Recognized for 5th Grade:

Corey Russell, Thomalynn Wells, Zander Saulters, Hannah Kennedy

WAY TO GO KIDS!!!! You are the good example for others! Keep it up the great work.

Collection Corner

Plastic Caps

Wow! We have been overloaded with bottle caps. Thank you and keep them coming in. NCES along with Tecumseh Local Schools is continuing to collect the caps from plastic bottles. These caps are being collected and recycled into benches that we can put at our schools. We are using this incentive to teach our students and community to reduce, reuse, recycle. We recently sent a big box truck off to recycle with 2,000 pounds of caps! Way to go TLS! Students can bring caps into the school for tickets.

Pop Tabs

New Carlisle Elementary is continuing a school-wide collection of pop tabs. If you drink pop at home and would send the tabs in with your child we would greatly appreciate them. We also would accept dog/cat food tabs and canned food tabs. Thank you for helping with this cause. The children are really excited to help out.

Boxtops for Education

Please continue to send in Boxtops for Education. We use these funds to help buy items for the children to help support their activities that take place here at NCES. Please keep saving and sending the Boxtops and Campbell’s label proofs into school as you collect them.