Cumberland Road Elementary School - October 17, 2014
Calendar of Events
- Picture Retakes
- 4pm-8pm Parent Teacher Conferences
- 1pm-8pm Scholastic Book Fair in CRES Library
- 4pm-8pm Parent Teacher Conferences
- 8:00am-8:45am FLIP Spanish Class
- 1pm-7pm Scholastic Book Fair in CRES Library
-Fall Break - NO SCHOOL
-Fall Break - NO SCHOOL
4th Grade 25 Book Challenge Begins
- 3:45pm-4:45pm Cloud City Chess
- 7:50-8:50am Student Council - Prepare for food drive (11/10-20) Mr. Stage's room
- 3rd Grade Field Trip
- 3:45-5pm Engineering for Kids - (Grades 2-4)
- 5:10-6:00pm Engineering for Kids - (Grades K-1)
Upcoming Dates and Events to Remember:
Online Scholastic Book Fair - October 20-November 3
November 4 PTO Open Forum 7-8pm Art Room
November 14 - Mid Term - 2nd Grading Period
November 26-28 Thanksgiving Break - No Students
Roadrunner Cafe Hot Lunch Menu/Rotation Day
Tuesday 10/21 (day 3) Scrambled Eggs with French Toast
Wednesday 10/22 (day 4) Pizza Calzone
Thursday 10/23 NO SCHOOL - FALL BREAK
Friday 10/24 NO SCHOOL - FALL BREAK
Monday 10/27 (day 1) Corn Dog
Tuesday 10/28 (day 2) Pancakes or Waffles
Wednesday 10/29 (day 3) Pasta Bake with Garlic Toast
Thursday 10/30 (day 4) Chicken Nuggets with Soft Pretzel
Friday 10/31 (Day 1) Cheese Pizza
Reminder: Please write your student's full name, teacher's name, and Student ID number on their lunch money envelope.
Picture Re-Take Day
If you are unhappy with your child's school pictures please send their intact photo packet back on this day. Your child will give the packet to the photographer.
Picture Re-take Day is Tuesday, October 21st.
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Head lice are small insects that attach to the hair close to the scalp. Nits (eggs) are white in color and can also attach to the base of the hair shaft. The lice and nits cause inflammation to the skin, leading to excessive itching. This is commonly seen around the base of the neck or back of the ears, although it can be anywhere on the scalp. While head lice are a nuisance, they do not spread disease and are not a health issue. Should a case of lice be brought to the attention of the school nurse, the school nurse will maintain confidentiality of the student’s identity, verify the presence of an active infestation, and bring it to the attention of the student’s parent/guardian. Students should not be excluded from school. Please contact the school nurse if further information or resources are needed.
CRES Music and Art Programs
We wanted to give a big heartfelt Thank You to Thomas McDonald for raising $200 for our CRES Music and Art Programs. Thomas had the idea to have an "Art Birthday Party" this year and collect donations for our Arts Program at Cumberland Road. Thank you, Thomas, for your support.
CRES families, please start saving plastic lids and bottle tops and send them to school . They will become parts to a colorful permanent recycled art project that will beautify our entryway. All students will participate in this special art project. A collection box will be placed by the front doors. A vast amount are needed! Collection will be ongoing, as the pieces will not be made until April.
Thank you! Denise Stevens, Art Teacher
The Book Fair is Coming!!!
The Scholastic Book Fair will be at CRES on the days of Parent/Teacher conferences. This year there are extended hours for parents that wish to shop on their own. Students will NOT be dismissed from class to shop at the book fair; they will need to shop with a family member in the evening or online. The fair will be set up in the CRES Library from 1:00-8:00 on October 21st and from 1:00-7:00 on October 22nd.
Visit our page online at: http://bookfairs.scholastic.com/homepage/hse-cres
Our online fair will be available October 20th -November 3rd if you cannot make it to the actual fair, or if you want to shop with more choices.
Our theme this year is: Sir Readalot’s Castle: Enter the Kingdom of Books! Please consider supporting your CRES library while providing your child with some great books! All sales help fund new books and resources for our library!
In order to have a successful fair, I need parent volunteers. I will be scheduling volunteers for 2 hour shifts each evening. Please contact Mrs. Hicks if you can help! 594-4170 or email@example.com
Birthday Book Club
CRES Birthday Book Club:
Congratulations to the following students that recently joined Birthday Book Club! These students with October birthdays have donated 5 new books to our library!
Konstanty N. Froggy Builds a Treehouse
Hannah M. Stallion by Starlight
Alyson G. Kenta and the Big Wave
Cansu S. A Big Guy Took My Ball
Leon Z. Kindred Souls
Enroll now for November….
A Skylert message went out to all parents of students with a November birthday earlier this week! If you missed it and would like to enroll, follow the link below.
If you have any questions about our Birthday Book Club, please contact Mrs. Hicks at firstname.lastname@example.org
Pop Tab Collection Program
1,000,000 POP TABS for RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE!
The students at CRES have started a project for Riley Hospital/Ronald McDonald House. Our goal is to collect one million pop tabs! (one pound= 1000 pop tabs) Water jugs have been placed in all five grade levels-4th, 3rd, 2nd, 1st and Kindergarten/Early Childhood. Please send your pop tabs from aluminum cans in a box or bag with your child any day to school. Ask your neighbors and relatives to save them, too! We are proud that CRES is helping to ‘pick up the tab’ for needed funds to support Indiana’s only “home away from home” for families of seriously ill or injured children receiving treatment.
To many, a pop tab is just a piece of aluminum with one purpose – to open a can. But to the Ronald McDonald House of Indiana, the pop tab is a valuable resource. Why? Collected pop tabs are recycled, generating much-needed funds to support the House and the nearly 1,900 families they serve each year.
Collecting tabs is a great way for all of us to really make a difference in lives of families and children in need-not to mention learning about the importance of recycling. THANK YOU for your support.
On our HSE homepage we have redistricting information under the DeJONG/RICHTER logo. Please help get the word out and encourage people to check it often for updates.
The link includes a timeline, list of meeting date/times, and a brief survey.
October 17, 2014
12690 Promise Road
Fishers, IN 46038
S.P.O.R.T.S. Basketball Registration – Contact the S.P.O.R.T.S. office for updated basketball registration information.
S.P.O.R.T.S. Poinsettia Fundraiser! - S.P.O.R.T.S. is selling premium quality poinsettias with pick up taking place on November 30 and December 1! Visit the S.P.O.R.T.S. website, www.hsesports.org to place your order. 8” red and white and 4” red plants will be available. Enhance your holiday decorating and support S.P.O.R.T.S. at the same time! Order deadline is October 29.
Fishers-HSE Football Equipment Hand-in- Tuesday, November 4 will be the final equipment return date at Mudsock Barn from 6:00-8:00 p.m. Deposit checks will be cashed on November 5. All decals must be removed from the helmet before your deposit check will be returned.
S.P.O.R.T.S Board Elections – S.P.O.R.T.S. is now accepting nominations for open at-large board positions through October 31. If you are interested in running or have questions, please contact the S.P.O.R.T.S. office at 845-5582 or email@example.com.
Intro to Wrestling Beginner Camp
November 11 – 20, Kindergarten – 4th Grade
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 6:30-7:30 pm
This camp is designed for kids new to wrestling with little to no experience. The purpose of the camp is to help kids learn about the sport, including basic skills and techniques, in a fun atmosphere.
Fishers Wrestling Club
December 9 – mid March, Kindergarten – 6th Grade
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 6:30-7:30 pm
FWC offers opportunities for youth wrestlers to gain experience in wrestling. The club will be run by FHS Coaches and Wrestlers. The practices will include fundamental wrestling skills, basic techniques, and build to more advanced techniques as the season progresses.
Information & Registration
Registration is now open to sign up for these youth wrestling opportunities.
SWIM LESSONS AT FISHERS HIGH SCHOOL
Registration for Fall Three swim lesson session is now available. Registration for Fall Three will be available until Sunday November 2nd. To register log into Fasttigers.com and click on the swim lesson tab on the left side of the page.
Fall Session Three will begin Monday November 3rd.
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.
Sessions for Fall 2014 and Winter 2015 will be available on the following dates. 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.
Fall Three: November 3-November 20. Registration for Fall Three Opens 10/13/14.
Winter One: December 1-December 18. Registration for Winter One Opens 11/10/14.
Winter Two: January 12- January 29. Registration for Winter Two Opens 12/8/14.
Winter Three: February 2-12 and February 23-26.
Classes will not meet the week of February 16-19 due to holiday.
Registration for Winter Three Opens 1/19/2015.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. More information can be found on our website: www.fasttigers.com