September, 2020

CES Families,

Students are adjusting to the classroom routines and becoming more comfortable with what is happening at school. Teachers are reinforcing classroom procedures and expectations. As the regular school day moves into the full curriculum and full instruction, students are eager and ready to learn.

As we move into the middle of the first quarter of the school year, I would like to encourage you to support your students by setting aside daily time for independent reading. Spending time with a good book is a great way to relax, explore the world and share the experiences of others, while also building strong reading skills, which are a key to success in school and beyond. You'll find information about how students can pick up library books they've placed on hold below. Daily practice is the key to becoming a strong reader!

At CES we pride ourselves in holding on-demand parent-teacher conferences. This means at any time you may contact your child's teacher to schedule a time to speak with them about your child's academic progress. Due to COVID-19, we will be thinking of different ways to hold an event for our Halloween Parties. Stay tuned!

Please continue to check our Social Media page often as they keep the most current updates. Please make sure that you download apps identified by your child's teacher so that you're informed of classroom notifications. We also strongly encourage you to visit our website for links to helpful resources.

Again, we're in this together and we will support you. I look forward to working with you this school year. Remember that "We Can Do This!"

Yours in Education,

Betty Vassmer

CES Supt/Principal

These Students earned coupons for doing their summer workbooks!

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Happy Grandparent's Day

Though we weren't able to celebrate in person this year, we still wanted to wish all our grandparents a Happy Grandparent's Day.
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October Menu

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Food Items

Students are able to bring breakfast, lunch, and snacks to school; however, parents are NOT allowed to bring lunch to the school to be delivered to the child. Students may also bring treats to share for their birthday, but they need to be individually wrapped and nut-free. This is per CES regulations. It is also highly recommended that students have a personal reusable water bottle.

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