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Cumberland Road Elementary School - March 6, 2015

Cumberland Road Elementary
13535 Cumberland Road
Fishers, In. 46038
317-594-4170
www.hse.k12.in.us
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@CREShseIN

Calendar of Events

Wednesday March 11

- 8:00 am Spanish

Friday March 13

Spirit Day - $1 Hat Day for CRES Scholarships Day

- 7:50-8:50 am Student Council

- 3:45-6:00 pm Engineering for Kids

Wednesday March 18

- 8:00 am Spanish

Thursday March 19

- 6:30-7:30 Family Engineering Night

Friday March 20

- 3:45-6:00 pm Engineering for Kids

Upcoming Dates and Events to Remember:

March 13 - 3rd Grading Period Ends

March 26 - 3rd Grade music showcases

Mr. Miller, Mrs. Roth 6pm

Mrs. Head, Mrs. Cook, Miss Nussbaum 7pm

April 1st Spring Pictures

April 3-10 Spring Break

April 14 PTO Open Forum 7:00 pm

April 16 - Kindergarten Round-up 5:00-7:00pm

May 29 Last day of school due to Snow Make-up Day

Roadrunner Cafe Hot Lunch Menu/Rotation Day

Monday 3/9 Breaded Chicken Sandwich
Tuesday 3/10 Scrambled Eggs with French Toast
Wednesday 3/11 Pizza Calzone
Thursday 3/12 Taco Scoops
Friday 3/13 Cheesy Breadsticks

Monday 3/16 Corn Dog

Tuesday 3/17 Pancakes or Waffle with Sausage Patty

Wednesday 3/18 Pasta Bake

Thursday 3/19 Chicken Nuggets

Friday 3/20 Cheese Pizza




Reminder: Please write your student's full name, teacher's name, and Student ID number on their lunch money envelope.

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PTO Executive Board Elections

It's CRES PTO Board election time. If you have ever wanted to become more involved with the CRES PTO, this is a wonderful opportunity. The current CRES PTO board has done amazing work and laid down a strong foundation for the incoming board. Nominations close midnight April 3, 2015. Elections will be held at the open forum meeting on Tuesday, April 14, 2015 at 7:00 pm. For more information, email Nicole Dunn at cumberlandroadpto@yahoo.com."

PTO Nomination forms attached to this email.

CRES Fest Silent Auction Classroom Baskets

CRES Room Parents are working together to ensure each classroom is represented in the silent auction that will be part of CRES Fest on Friday, April 24. By now, you should have received information via email and/or a note home regarding your child’s classroom basket’s theme. The various themes are listed below and we would be thrilled to have each family contribute in some way or another. If you aren’t sure what your classroom’s basket is in need of, please reach out to the Room Parent(s) and/or your student’s teacher.


1. LEGO - STRNAT

2. Disney - WILLIAMS

3. Gift Card Basket - SPEARS

4. Lottery Basket - COOK

5. Basketball Nation - NUSSBAUM

6. Pacers - MYERS

7. Ice Cream Basket - HICKS

8. Art Basket - TURNER

9. Movie Night - MITCHELL

10. Beach Bag - COLDREN

11. Game Night - SEWELL

12. Road Trip Basket - VADAS

13. Grilling Basket - O'NEILL

14. I Love Books Basket - PERRY

15. Dog Lover’s Basket - HEAD

16. Breakfast Basket - REESE

17. Camping Basket - GREIWE

18. Colts Basket - SNYDER

19. Adrenaline Rush/Morning Joe - ROTH

20. Spa/Mom’s Night Out - HALE

21. Super Heroes – MILLER

22. Travel/Local sightseeing - CARRELL/KNUTSON

23. Frozen – HUDSON



CRES Fest Volunteers Needed

If you haven’t already done so, please mark your calendar with CRES Fest on Friday, April 24. Specific volunteer requests will be made via volunteerspot.com as the event gets closer. Meantime, please contact the committee at cumberlandroadpto@yahoo.com if you have specific areas of interests or expertise, or if you have a business interested in sponsoring and/or participating in this event.


Fix the Funding Formula: Legislative Priorities for Hamilton Southeastern Schools

As you know, funding for HSE schools is one of the lowest in the state. The Indiana House of Representatives has passed House Bill 1001 which would modify the funding formula and increase funding to our district by 5.6 percent. The additional funding would enable HSE to operate without a structural deficit, keep up with the cost of living, and address growing class sizes. As it moves to the state senate and continues to be evaluated, please take a moment to write a letter to our State Representative to help encourage them to support our kids and fix the school funding formula. Templates can be accessed via the HSE website or by following this link http://www.hse.k12.in.us/ADM/news/funding.aspx.


PTO Open Forum Meeting

Please join us for our next meeting on Tuesday, April 14, at 7:00 p.m. in the Art room.

3rd Grade Music Concerts

Dear Parents,

We have been working hard in music class over the past few months. We are very excited to put on a showcase of all the music we have been creating. In order to better highlight the individuality and creativity of the children, we will be having two 3rd grade concerts, one hour apart. Mr. Miller’s and Ms. Roth’s classes will have a showcase on March 26th at 6:00 PM in the CRES Gym. Ms. Head, Ms. Cook, and Ms. Nussbaum’s classes will have their showcase at 7:00 PM. Students report to their teachers’ classrooms ten minutes prior to the performance. Students should wear semi-formal attire such as they would for picture day. Any shoes are fine as long as children can move easily in them. Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have.


Sincerely,

Suley Hussain

Music Teacher

Cumberland Road Elementary

4th grade Music Ensemble Parents

Dear 4th Grade Before School Music Ensemble Parents,

We have been working hard before school over the past few months in our music ensemble. We are very excited to put on a showcase of all the music we have been creating. We will have a showcase on Wednesday, March 25th at 6:30 PM in the CRES Gym. **This was moved from the originally planned date of Thursday, the 19th due to Family Engineering Night. Students will report to the music room at 6:15 PM.


In order to be prepared for the concert, and to make up for the delay days, we will have one extra rehearsal the day of the concert: Wednesday March 25th at 8:00 AM. This will be in addition to the three remaining normal Tuesday rehearsals. Students should wear semi-formal attire such as they would for picture day. Any shoes are fine as long as children can move easily in them. Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have.

Sincerely,

Suleman Hussain

Music Teacher

Cumberland Road Elementary

(317) 594-4170 Ext. 2719

shussain@hse.k12.in.us

4th Grade Track Team

4th Grade Track is a club that is open to all 4th graders at Cumberland Road Elementary. There are 10 practices held after school beginning March 24th and the team will compete in one track meet against three other schools on Thursday, May 7th at Fishers HS. There is a $2.00 fee (REQUIRED) to cover the cost of transportation and ribbons and a $7.50 cost (OPTIONAL) if you want to order a team t-shirt. Registration ends on Friday, March 13.


There are 10 different events for the boys and for the girls. Everyone that joins the team will have the opportunity to participate. There is something for everyone. This is an exciting opportunity for you to show your school spirit as we race toward victory. If you need additional information or have any questions please contact your child’s 4th grade teacher or the coaches, Mr. Greiwe and Mr. Stage.

Thanks,

David Greiwe

4th Grade Teacher

SCI PTO

IS YOUR SON OR DAUGHTER ATTENDING

SAND CREEK INTERMEDIATE NEXT SCHOOL YEAR?

If so, please come join your new PTO at Sand Creek Intermediate! The SCI PTO has many wonderful people, committees, and opportunities for you to participate in throughout the year. The SCI PTO supports our school in so many ways too!

For the 2015-2016 school year there will be two board positions open: Co-Vice President and Secretary. If you are interested in getting involved with the SCI PTO or would like more information, please contact Anna Douthit at annadouthit@yahoo.com.

HSE Family Resource Center Parent & Family Nights

Parents, families, and staff are invited to attend the following evening presentations at Sand Creek Intermediate School. These presentations are designed to help families and parents respond to common issues facing their children and youth. All are welcome.

Thursday, March 5: “Social Media Safety” presented by Officer Mike Johnson, Fishers Police Department

Thursday, March 19: “Strategies to Help Elementary-Age Students Cope with Anxiety” presented by Greg Eaken, Ph.D., HSE Behavior Specialist (note: this session focuses primarily on younger students while the 5/14 session addresses anxiety in teen-agers).

Thursday, April 16: “Suicide Awareness, Prevention, and Intervention” by Chris Graves., HSE Suicide Prevention Coordinator.

Thursday, April 30 “Setting Effective Boundaries with Children” by Jeff Foutty, Ed.S., HSE School Psychologist

Thursday, May 14 “Helping High School Students Cope with Anxiety” by Greg Eaken, Ph.D., HSE Behavior Specialist

All presentations will be offered on two occasions on the scheduled dates. The times include an afternoon session beginning at 1pm and an evening session beginning at 6:30pm. Each will last approximately 30-45 minutes in the Sand Creek Intermediate media center (please enter the school through the front doors). Opportunities for questions will follow. Participants will also have the opportunity to explore the HSE Family Resource Center at SCI following the presentations.

Please RSVP to Greg Eaken at 594-4330 (geaken@hse.k12.in.us) or Betsy Baker at 915-4230 (bbaker@hse.k12.in.us).

Child care will be available for evening sessions if requested.


Location

Sand Creek Intermediate School

11550 East 131st Street

Fishers, IN 46038

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Hamilton Southeastern Schools Foundation

Please find attached flyer for the upcoming Game Day event.

Help HSE Schools Score at Game Day 15! District Wide Auction Now Live

Wouldn't an entire year of babysitting be great? Or a police escort to school for your student? How about a voicemail voiceover by the infamous Jim White? You can get a sneak peek at these items and dozens more by visiting the Hamilton Southeastern Schools Foundation Game Day auction site at http://gameday15.auction-bid.org/micro2.php

Better still, you can help our school win up to $2000 from FORUM Credit Union by bidding on our school basket!


Students in the HSE district move through a minimum of 4 schools during their academic career. That is why the Hamilton Southeastern Schools Foundation believes in supporting 20 schools, 1 district! Proceeds from this event support elementary literacy program and secondary STEM initiatives. Join teachers, principals, administrators, PTO members, and community leaders at the party with purpose at Conner Prairie on Friday, March13, 2015. Tickets for guests 21 and over available at www.hsefoundation.org.

Nature Center

Please check out the Nature Center happenings on facebook page:(www.facebook.com/CRESNatureCenter). You can get information on our Nature Center by contacting CRESNatureClub@gmail.com

Destination Imagination Regional

Creative Problem Solving Competition

Hamilton Southeastern Freshman Building

12001 Olio Rd. Fishers 46037

March 14 from 8-2p.m.

Free Admission

Come see what 21st Century Learning Looks Like

Destination Imagination Affiliate Finals

Creative Problem Solving Competition

Riverside Junior High and Intermediate School

10910 Eller Rd. Fishers 46038

April 18 from 8-3p.m.

Free Admission

Come see what 21st Century Learning Looks Like

Keep Fishers Beautiful Offers Opportunities for All to Unite in Service

Keep Fishers Beautiful Offers Opportunities for All to Unite in Service
Donate your time to make a difference right here in Fishers

Keep Fishers Beautiful is a growing initiative right here in Fishers that seeks to improve community engagement, strengthen community pride and maintain high property values benefitting economic opportunities. This one day service event scheduled for Saturday, April 18 from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. offers residents countless ways to get involved.

During Keep Fishers Beautiful, there are opportunities to work alongside residents, volunteers, businesses and organizations. The Neighborhood Blitz offers you the opportunity to partner alongside your neighbors, community and friends to complete beautification projects in one of the oldest neighborhoods in Fishers. However, there are also opportunities to complete projects at Ritchey Woods Nature Preserve as part of Spring Service Day from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. or other parks in our community.

Keep Fishers Beautiful also includes the Spring Recycling Day, where you can finally get rid of unwanted materials at low or no cost. While you’re there, don’t forget to pick up a pack of Keep Fishers Beautiful seeds to plant in the location of your choice!

Searching for more information? Contact Dan Domsic and sign up to volunteer today! Visit www.Fishers.in.us/KFB for details about past events and additional information about the initiative.

TIGER NIGHT LIGHTS

The Fishers Tigers Football team would like to invite your son to our annual Tiger Night Lights for all 1st thru 4th grade boys. Join Fishers High School Head Coach Rick Wimmer, members of the coaching staff, and Tiger football players for a high-energy evening of fun, football, and pizza! Boys will get to talk football, receive coaching instruction by Tiger coaches and players, participate in non-contact football drills, play games, and compete in the Tiger Football Combine Experience, utilizing drills used in the NFL Combine. Pizza and drinks will be provided at the end of the evening. Players and coaches will also be available for autographs.

WHEN: Friday, March 13th 6:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

WHERE: Fishers High School Gymnasium

(Enter at FHS Main entrance. Sign in outside cafeteria)

COST: $40.00 (includes Tiger T-Shirt)

(Please make checks payable to FHS Gridiron Club.)

· Entire evening will be chaperoned by football parents, players, and coaches.

· One-on-one interaction with the FHS coaches and players.

· A GREAT PARENTS NIGHT OUT FOR THE PRICE OF A BABYSITTER!

· Pizza will be served after football drills and competitions, around 9:30 p.m.

· PLEASE FEED YOUR CHILD A LIGHT SNACK BEFORE BRINGING THEM OUT FOR THE EVENING.

· Reservations preferred. Walk-ins are welcome.

Reservation forms are due by Friday, March 6th. Forms may be found on our website at:

http://www.hse.k12.in.us/FHS/athletics/football.

Please send payment to: FHS Gridiron Club

Attn: Stephanie Hochstedler

P.O. Box 572

Fishers, IN 46038

Questions, please email Kim Broughton at kimbroughton@comcast.net.

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


Spring 2015 Registration Update - Baseball, softball, soccer, boys lacrosse, rugby, and track and field are accepting registrations indefinitely with a $10 late fee. Girls lacrosse registration is closed. Register as soon as possible to get a spot! Contact the S.P.O.R.T.S. office for more information or visit our website, www.hsesports.org.

Fishers-HSE Youth Softball Evaluations - Players are requested to arrive 10 minutes before their scheduled time. Registration will be required and girls will go through the evaluation in groups. All girls interested in pitching should report to the pitching evaluation. Please allow 45-60 minutes to complete the entire evaluation process. Please note that there are no evaluations for 5/6 year olds or 8U players.
HSE High School Auxiliary Gym
Saturday, March 7

8U – All-Stars Only – 12:30 p.m.
10U – Last name A-L – 12:45-2:30 p.m.
10U – Last name M-Z – 2:30-4:30 p.m.
Sunday, March 8
12U – 1:00-2:30 p.m.
14-18U – 2:45-4:30 p.m.

Fishers-HSE Youth Softball 8U Rec All-Stars
Click here for information and FAQs

Fishers-HSE Youth Baseball Umpires Needed - Have you ever been interested in umpiring youth baseball? Fishers-HSE Baseball is looking for students ages 14 and up that would be interested in learning the fundamentals of baseball umpiring and earning some extra spending money for the summer. Please e-mail the following information to: umpires@fishershseyouthbaseball.com. Full name, phone number, age and experience in baseball (boys) or softball (girls). We will be hosting a training clinic in March at Billericay fields and the information above will get you added to our contact list. This is a great opportunity to help our baseball stars of tomorrow by being on the field as umpires. We look forward to hearing from you!