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March Family Newsletter, 2022

SCHOOL BEGINS AT 7:45 AM; Breakfast: 7:20-7:50

This Month:

March 7- No Students/ Staff Development

March 8- Jets Parent Committee Meeting- in-person & virtual; 2:30-3:30

March 10- Conferences- in-person & virtual; 2:30-5:15

March 17- St. Patrick Day

March 17- Spring Picture Day

March 18- Report Cards go Home

March 28th -April 1, 2022 SPRING BREAK

Evanston Spring Picture Day

Reminders

Late Arrival = Missed Instruction; Please be on time EVERY DAY


We are a uniform school. Red or black shirt. Black or khaki bottoms.


Office Visitors- Please wear a mask when you come into the office. Ensure appropriate language is used.


Please call or send a message before 1:45 to your child's teacher or the office if your child has a dismissal change.

Articles from Our Staff

Mrs. Mullee, 5th and 6th Grade

Winter is flying by up here on the 2nd floor. After successfully completing the Winter Map tests, we are now working on projects in each class. In science class 6th graders are preparing for a project involving designing a new planet and taking people there. In math students are busy working on proportions. The 6th grade ELA class is about to begin reading Holes during the third quarter. The 5th grade ELA class is reading Hatchet during this quarter. Both classes are doing group projects in which they will give their story a twist halfway through and write their own second halves adding mystery effects. They may add characters, change the setting, add subplots and more. Students from both grades are working very hard on their painted essay writing format. We are continuing to work with incentives available through earning Dojo points.

Ms. Luck, 4th Grade

4th Grade Spotlight!

The 4th-grade class has been working very hard in their daily learning stations this school year! They work on activities, use computers, complete projects, and play games involving the math and science topics they are learning. The students work together, help each other when they are struggling, and use a growth mindset when faced with a challenge. They completed a technology Minecraft project and loved learning strategies for decomposing fractions using skittles! We received compliments from the principal this year and the station work has been featured on their class Dojo page! Ms. Luck is very proud of her students and she knows they will keep up the great work.

District News

Preschool

Register Now for 2022-2023 Preschool



Preschool registration for 2022-2023 is currently underway.

We invite you to come be a part of our five-star rated preschool program, the highest rating from the Ohio Department of Education.

There are several convenient ways to register:


Children must be three years old by September 30 to participate in a preschool program. A list of documents necessary to enroll your child can be found here.

For more information, please call the Early Childhood Education department, (513) 363-0017.

CPS Magnet and High School Lottery

Magnet, high school and out-of-neighborhood lotteries now will have only one extended application period — December 7, 2021–March 11, 2022.

Only one application may be submitted per child per school year. You may designate up to three school preferences. Applications are processed in random order by computers at CPS' central office to ensure each student has an equal chance to be assigned to first-choice schools. Approximately six weeks after the lotteries close, we will notify you of your child's placement and provide registration instructions.

For families who participated in our early Montessori high school lottery, families were notified November 30 of their school placement. If you have questions, please contact our Customer Care Center. You also may participate in the high school lottery and select a non-Montessori high school.