November 3-5 News

Clever Elementary

A Note from Mrs. Hobbs

Hello Clever families! Students and teachers are working diligently here at Clever Elemiddle. Although many things are different this year, we are devoted to Inspiring and Empowering Every Learner.

Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much. -Helen Keller


3rd Grade- 80

4th Grade- 102

5th Grade- 109

Important Dates

Nov. 18- 50th day of school

Nov. 3-Nov 24- Parent Teacher Conferences

Nov. 23- School is IN session

Nov. 25-27- Thanksgiving Break

Dec. 16- Picture Retakes

Dec. 21- School is IN session

Dec. 24-Jan 4. Christmas Break

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Shoeboxes for Soldiers

While troops receive the very basic necessities like meals and shelter from the U.S. military, we want to boost morale with practical tokens of kindness in the form of snacks, personal care items, entertainment and thank-you notes to men and women stationed around the world.

If you are able to help support our troops we are collecting items until December 4th. Let's help make a difference today!
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Veterans Day

Since 2009, Clever Elemiddle has held a Veterans Day Ceremony in which local Veterans were honored. Although this year looked different, four local Veterans were honored.

Brag Board

We want to celebrate your 3-5 student and their personal accomplishments outside of school. Simply send a photo in with your child or email

Book Fair

The book fair link will be "live" the 17th through the 30th. Happy Shopping!

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Ways to Support at Home

Below is a great math game you can play easily in the car. "I'm Thinking of a Number"

Grades K-5

What to do

  1. Let your child think of a number between a stated range of numbers while you try to guess the number by asking questions. Here is a sample conversation.
    Child: I am thinking of a number between 1 and 100.
    Parent: Is it more than 50?
    Child: No.
    Parent: Is it an even number?
    Child: No.
    Parent: Is it more than 20 but less than 40?
    Child: Yes.
    Parent: Can you reach it by starting at zero and counting by 3's?
    Child: Yes.
    (At this stage, your child could be thinking of 21, 27, 33, or 39.)

  2. Figure out the answers to your own questions.
  3. After you have guessed your child's number, let your child guess a number from you by asking similar questions.
Math Games

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