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Cumberland Road Elementary School - October 9, 2015

Cumberland Road Elementary
13535 Cumberland Road
Fishers, In. 46038
317-594-4170
www.hse.k12.in.us
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Calendar of Events

Monday, October 12

- Spell Bowl Practice 7:50am

Tuesday, October 13

- Music Ensemble Practice 8-8:45am

- Chess Club 3:45pm-4:45pm

Wednesday, October 14

- Spell Bowl Practice 7:50am

- Music Ensemble Practice 8-8:45am

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

Thursday, October 15

- FLIP Spanish Lessons 8-8:45am

- Watch Me Sculpt 3:50-4:50pm

Friday, October 16

- FLIP Spanish Lessons 8-8:45am

Monday, October 19

- Spell Bowl Practice 7:50-8:45am

Tuesday, October 20

- Music Ensemble Practice 8-8:45am

- Chess Club 3:45-4:45pm

Wednesday, October 21

- Spell Bowl Practice 7:50am

- Music Ensemble Practice 8-8:45am

- Engineering for Kids 3:45-6pm

Thursday, October 22

Fall Break - No School

Friday, October 23

Fall Break - No School

Roadrunner Cafe Hot Lunch Menu/Rotation Day

Day 1 Monday, October 12 Beef Soft Taco

Day 2 Tuesday, October 13 Pancakes or Waffles

Day 3 Wednesday, October 14 Spaghetti with Meat Sauce

Day 4 Thursday, October 15 Chicken Nuggets

Day 1 Friday, October 16 Cheese Pizza

Day 2 Monday, October 19 Cheeseburger on Pretzel

Day 3 Tuesday, October 20 Cheese Omelet with Bacon

Day 4 Wednesday, October 21 Chicken and Noodles

Thursday, October 22 NO SCHOOL

Friday, October 23 NO SCHOOL

National School Lunch Week

see flyer attached to this e-mail
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NO SCHOOL OCTOBER 22ND AND 23RD

For our Nurse

This week 1st grade students were given a vision screening. Dr. Jim Daugherty and Dr. Gillian Pall from Fishers Eye Care are in the process of screening all of our 1st grade students throughout the district. There is no cost for the vision screen and you will receive a copy of the results. Please contact the school nurse if you have any questions.

The Scholastic Book Fair is Coming!!!

The Scholastic Book Fair will be at CRES on October 13th, 14th, and 15th. 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 4:00-6:30 each evening for family shopping. Extended parent only hours will be from 1:00-3:00 each day.

Visit our page online at: http://bookfairs.scholastic.com/homepage/hse-cres

Our online fair will be available October 12th –October 23rd if you cannot make it to the actual fair, or if you want to shop with more choices.

Please consider supporting your CRES library while providing your child with some great books! All sales help fund new books and resources for our students!

In order to have a successful fair, I need parent volunteers. I will be scheduling volunteers each evening. Please contact Mrs. Hicks if you can help! 594-4170 or khicks@hse.k12.in.us

Mrs. Hicks

Librarian

Friends of the CRES Library

If you would like to enroll your child in Friends of the CRES Library during the month of October, please follow the link below and follow directions to enroll.

Friends of the CRES Library

Kristin Hicks

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Grillin’ and Chillin’

Grillin’ and Chillin’ was a HUGE success! Not only did Mother Nature provide us a beautiful night, but there were so many Roadrunner families in attendance. We estimated that there was roughly 750 people that attended Grillin’ and Chillin’. It was wonderful to see so many people at this great event!

We would be remissed if we didn’t thank all the volunteers who made this event possible. Many people gave of their time and talent to pull off this wonderful event and we are grateful to them. Without great volunteers, this event wouldn’t be possible.


Roadrunner Rally

The kids had a great time at the Roadrunner Rally last week. Teamwork was a central theme with the games that the kids played at the Roadrunner Rally. It was terrific to see our Roadrunners working together and having a great time. Many smiles were seen and laughter heard. In the words of one student, “Roadrunner Rally was epic!”

As a school, we raised $11,478. That is an impressive number! Thanks goes to everyone who made donations to this fundraiser and to those who reached out to friends, family, neighbors to garner pledges. The following are a list of top boy and top girl prize winners from each grade level:

Kindergarten

Aislynn S. (tie) – Mrs. Turner

Leia S. (tie) – Mrs. Sewell

Dylan T. – Ms. Swenson

First Grade

Maddy M. – Mrs. Carrell & Mrs. Knutson

Griffin H. – Ms. McKinney

Second Grade

Alexis M. – Ms. Mitchell

Lucas P. – Mrs. Snyder

Third Grade

Miya S. – Mr. Koewers

Deyton C. (tie) – Ms. Omeish

Parker M. (tie) – Mrs. Roth

Fourth Grade

Quinn P. – Mr. Stage

Quinn H. - Mr. Stage

Congratulations to these students!

Many thanks also go to those that volunteered of their time to help this event be the best it could be! We are much appreciative of your willingness to help with this fun-filled event and couldn’t have done it without you!


Introducing...

The CRES PTO is excited to present the school with the Riley Roadrunner Traveling Trophy. This trophy was designed to be passed from classroom to classroom in hopes that it will help celebrate the many amazing accomplishments of our CRES students and community.

The first recipient of the trophy was Mr. Murch's class. They gathered the most donations for the Roadrunner Rally, with a total over $1,300. What an accomplishment!


While the Riley Roadrunner Traveling Trophy currently resides with Mr. Murch’s class, it will find a new home very soon!


Open Forum Meeting

Thanks to those who attended the PTO Open Forum this week. We were pleased to have Dr. Bourff, HSE superintendent, at our meeting. Dr. Bourff shared great information about his observations of the district over the past 8+ months. A summary of his observations and thoughts will be shared in the next newsletter.

Picture Retakes

Picture Retake Day is October 20th.

Order pictures on-line at www.inter-state.com with order code 03713H

Order forms also available in our school office.

Art to Remember

see flyer attached to this e-mail

Anti-bullying Parent Letter

see flyer attached to this e-mail

Nature Center

It’s Fall and the Nature Center needs to be put to bed for the Winter! Please come and help us clean up the Nature Center every Saturday from 10-12 until the weather gets bad or too cold. Please bring your own tools, saws, gloves, buckets and trash bags. To sign up, be on the lookout for sign ups on Volunteer Spot. If you have questions, please contact Wendy at wendy@etracer.net. See you in the Nature Center!

Youth Mentoring Initiative

The Hamilton Southeastern School System is in a continued partnership with Youth Mentoring Initiative. It is YMI’s vision to provide mentoring support for students by building and sustaining a mentoring community here in Fishers.

As a member of this community, this is where you can help. You have an opportunity to impact the life of a young person by simply being present and sharing your life experience with them. When you share your life you change their life.

YMI is currently looking for mentors for Riverside Intermediate, Sand Creek Intermediate, Fall Creek Junior High, Fishers Junior, Fishers High School and HSE School. You have an opportunity to be part of something special in Fishers. The Mayor, Scott Fadness has issued the "Mayors Challenge", which is to raise up an additional 50 new mentors this Fall.

Become a YMI mentor! For more information check out these pages on the YMI website.

Information for parents- http://www.ymionline.org/how-it-works/for-parents/

Become a mentor- http://www.ymionline.org/become-a-mentor/why-mentor/

Important dates- http://www.ymionline.org/events/

Questions? email YMI at: info@ymionline.org

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Hamilton Southeastern Schools Foundation

Congratulations to the 2015 PastaBowl Champions: Fishers High School, Riverside Intermediate and New Britton Elementary. The big winners are the more than 40 county food pantries that will benefit from 13,500lbs of pasta! That is 108,000 servings! Special thanks to Meijer and ProShred. Riverside Intermediate collected the most pasta district wide and will receive a gift card from Buca di Beppo!

The Hamilton Southeastern Schools Foundation recognized Spring 2015 grant recipients at the September 28 School Board Meeting. Congratulations to Heidi Stan (RJH), Emily Mitchell (RJH), Angel Myers (NBE), Kristin Patrick (NBE), Jennifer Pope (FHS), Lisa Lederach (All Elementary Schools), Vince Lidy (HSEHS), Beth Garrison (District Wide Nursing), Kathy Seitz (District Wide DI), Janet Chandler (HSEHS), Chrissy Pogue (FOCUS) and Steve Baney (FJH). Special thanks to community partners Allegion, Church Church Hittle & Antrim, Geist Half Marathon, and Tri Kappa. For more details on the projects selected visit www.hsefoundation.org .

Lost and Found

If your student is missing their personal items, please have him/her take a look in our Lost and Found near the gym doors. Our Student Council will be laying our Lost and Found items in the hallway for students to look for their missing belongings before we take them to Goodwill. They will be placed there for 3 days and then donated. Please see the following dates when student items will be placed in the hallway:


October 15th

October 29th

November 16th

December 3rd

January 21

February 18

March 10

April 21

May 12

Passionate about Education?

Do you want to set your own schedule?

Do you love kids?

Do you want to make a positive impact on the next generation?

HSE Schools is looking for good candidates to work in our schools as substitute teachers or sub instructional assistants.

Do you want to work at your children’s school?

Do you want a job that follows your child’s schedule?

Questions? Check out this link… APPLY today!

http://www.hse.k12.in.us/ADM/human_resources/sub_teachers.aspx

Roadrunner Attachments

The following flyers are attached to this e-mail:

Art to Remember

National School Lunch Week

Anti-bullying Parent Letter

Permitted use of school newsletters as required by the Equal Access Act is not an endorsement of this group or this group’s beliefs by Hamilton Southeastern Schools or the Board of School Trustees.
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Fishers Nickel Plate District Transforms into Halloween Village for Boo Bash

City offers safe trick-or-treating alongside opportunities to connect with local businesses

Fishers, IN – Mark the calendar, plan a costume and get ready for the return of Boo Bash in the Nickel Plate District. Once again, the City of Fishers is transforming the Nickel Plate District into a Halloween village to offer safe trick-or-treating, live music, games and activities, and even a costume contest for children under 12 and families. Boo Bash returns on Friday, October 23 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., and is free for anyone to attend.

Roughly 50 local businesses and organizations will be represented at trick-or-treat booths during the event, which means while children enjoy playing a game or getting a piece of candy, parents can enjoy learning more about services available in the community. Complimentary Pat’s Philly Pretzels and hot chocolate will be available at the concession stand on a first come, first served basis throughout the event. Boo Bash also features a costume contest for infants through 12 year old children. This year, the costume contest also includes a family category, so start planning now!

Boo Bash is a free event that welcomes Fishers residents and those in surrounding communities. Those attending the event are encouraged to visit the website and plan ahead; 116th Street will be closed at the railroad crossing for construction during the event. The detour map will assist families in planning their route and parking around the Nickel Plate District. Those attending are also encouraged to share their photos using the hashtag #BooBash during the event.

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About Boo Bash:
Fishers Parks & Recreation strives to connect businesses with residents during diverse, community-wide events. 60 vendor booths are available for local businesses and organizations. Anyone interested in hosting a booth are encouraged to contact Lorna Steele at steelel@fishers.in.us, today.

FISHERS LIBRARY TO HOST ALL DAY AUTHOR FAIR

Celebrate the talents of twenty-one local authors at Hamilton East Public Library’s inaugural “Booktoberfest”. On Saturday, October 10 from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Fishers Library, enjoy a day filled with programs, book sales and signings, and even sweet treats from Gigi’s Cupcakes food truck.

Throughout the day, hear from three of the most successful authors in Central Indiana. Keynote speakers include Susan Crandall (10:00 a.m.), Dan Wakefield (11:00 a.m.), and Mike Mullin (2:00 p.m.). Each speaker will share their insights into the writing world and be on hand for sales and signings.

Eighteen additional authors will also be showcased as they meet the community, sign books, and discuss their experiences as well. From 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., participants will have the opportunity to meet authors Lyn Jones, Nicole Kobrowski, K.B. Laugheed, Tracy Line, Kurt Meyer, Suzanne Purewal, Denise Rezsonya, Kate SeRine, and Amy Shankland. In the afternoon, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., visit with Shannon Lee Alexander, M. Katherine Clark, Jennifer Gabou, Debra Knapp, George Kramer, Kristen Mott, Francesca Quarto, Pamela Woods-Jackson and Morgan K. Wyatt.

Don’t miss out on this exciting author fair! This special group of writers represent a wide variety of interests, genre, and age groups - promising something for everyone!

No registration is required! For more information, visit our website at hepl.lib.in.us or contact the Fishers Adult Services Department at 579-0306.

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Fishers DPW Invites Residents Behind-the-Scenes

Fishers DPW Invites Residents Behind-the-Scenes

Department will Host free Open House on Oct. 27

Fishers, IN – It’s that time of year again when Fishers Department of Public Works (DPW) raises the overhead doors, leaves the keys in the trucks and invites residents of all ages to explore their department. On Tuesday, Oct. 27 from 5 to 8 p.m., families will have the opportunity to learn more about the many services this department provides to Fishers residents. The DPW Open House is free to attend, and scout groups working on their badges are welcome.

“Our team loves the opportunity to connect with residents during the open house,” stated DPW Director, Eric Pethtel. “It’s not uncommon to see DPW staff painting alongside children, explaining the machinery and enjoying the open house just as much as our guests do.”

Light refreshments will be served during the event, and children can paint-a-plow or street sign that they might see around the city in the future. Fishers DPW includes four divisions; street maintenance, park maintenance, facility maintenance and water quality, and staff from each division will be able to explain the role they play in keeping our community vibrant.

The Fishers DPW garage is located at 10200 Eller Road and parking is available onsite. Attendees are welcome to stop by any time, and parents are encouraged to bring a camera! Connect with the department on Twitter @FishersDPW for reminders leading up to the open house.

LOOKING TO PLAY A NEW SPRING SPORT?

LOOKING TO BE A BETTER AND SAFER FOOTBALL PLAYER?

In 2014, rugby was the fastest growing youth sport in America!

Southeastern Youth Rugby is looking for boys in Grades 2-4 to play flag rugby and join the sixth largest youth rugby club in the nation!

Learn a new sport while learning better and safer ways to play football!

For more details, email SEYouthRugby@gmail.com.

The 2015 Liger XC Mile

The 2015 Liger XC Mile will take place on Thursday, October 15th at Hamilton Southeastern HS!! This race/run/walk is for ALL K- 6th grade students in the Hamilton Southeastern School District. School team scores will be kept for intermediate and elementary competition.

Register Online: Press Control, and left mouse click the link

OR, scan the barcode. www.getmeregistered.com/LigerMile


$16 Entry includes t-shirt with all competitors’ names on the back, listed by school! And the always awesome LIGER Logo! Medals for top 3 finishers in each grade- both male and female. Ribbons for all Finishers.


· Online with shirt by Monday Oct 12th, NOON.

· Same day registration available at race site: $20 –limited number of shirts on race day.

Why: To promote health & fitness throughout the district, and introduce the lifelong sport of running.

Where: Hamilton SE High School Cross Country Course---South side of the school property adjacent to the tennis courts and soccer fields. Registration/packet pick-up on soccer fields, or inside closest school entrance if poor weather.

What: 1 mile Cross Country run for ALL Hamilton Southeastern K-6th graders. Races will run in succession.

Predicted schedule:

Packet Pick up and same day registration 4:00-5:00PM (Arrive Early!)

5:00 K, 1, 2 Female

5:15 k,1,2 Male

5:30 3,4 Female

5:45 3,4 Male

6:00 5,6 Female

6:15 5,6 Male

The Course: The 1 mile grass course will run the perimeter of the elevated practice fields between the H.S. and Fall Creek Intermediate, including the grassland area. NEW WIDER start this year!!

Results will be posted at onlineraceresults.com

Awards Medals for top 3 finishers in each grade, for each male and female. Ribbons for all Finishers.


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

S.P.O.R.T.S. Basketball Registration – Boys and girls basketball registrations are still being accepted indefinitely with a $10 late fee in the S.P.O.R.T.S. office. Registration forms are available at the S.P.O.R.T.S. office and in the drop box outside the S.P.O.R.T.S. office front door, on the S.P.O.R.T.S. website, at all HSE schools, and the Fishers Library. Online registration is closed. Credit cards are not accepted in the office.

Fishers-HSE Girls Recrational Basketball Evaluations

Sunday, October 11 – FHS Auxiliary Gym

3rd and 4th grade: 12:30-1:30 p.m.
5th and 6th grade: 1:30-2:30 p.m.
7th and 8th grade: 2:30-3:00 p.m.

Please make every effort to attend. If you are unable to attend your scheduled time, you can come any time during evaluations. You must attend evaluations for any special requests to be considered. If you are unable to attend at all, please contact our rec league commissioner, Todd Rairden (trairden1@gmail.com) so we can get your daughter’s height and an assessment of her skills. There will not be evaluations for the 1st/2nd grade division.

HSE-Fishers Boys Recreational Free Clinic – 2nd-5th grade - October 11, HSE High School Auxiliary Gym – Registration Required

2nd grade: 12:00-1:30 p.m.
3rd grade: 1:30-3:00 p.m.
4th grade: 3:00-4:30 p.m.
5th grade: 4:30-6:00 p.m.

The clinic is for rec players only that are registered for the league. Registration for the clinic is required and spaces are limited! Registration and more information is available on the boys basketball website, http://www.sportsboysbasketball.org/

HSE-Fishers Boys Recreational Basketball Evaluations

Saturday, October 17 – HSE High School Auxiliary Gym
2nd grade: 9:00-10:15 a.m.
3rd grade: 10:30-11:45 a.m.
4th grade: 12:00-1:00 p.m.
Sunday, October 18 – HSE High School Auxiliary Gym
5th grade: 12:00-1:00 p.m.
6th grade: 1:00-2:00 p.m.
It is very important that your son attend evaluations in order to assist creating balanced teams.

HSE-Fishers Boys Basketball is now taking applications for new board members. The league is volunteer based and can only succeed with help from our families. Please consider giving some of your time to help serve the youth of our community. Click here for information and application. Contact info@sportsboysbasketball.org with questions.