April 12, 2021
Hello CPE Families,
Welcome Back! We are so excited to have all our hybrid K-6 students back on campus. Safety is our number one priority, and if you have any questions about protocols, please feel free to call the office or any administrator.
Hybrid Learning Reminders:
Please fill out the attestation by 8:00 each day your student is coming to campus.
The parent waiting area is in front of the school. School hours are 9:00-3:00
Breakfast and lunch are free for all students, or you can bring your own lunch.
Remote Learning News:
Distribution and lunch pick up are now on Wednesdays. Please come by and pick up your supplies this week.
We are hoping that everyone got transitioned to your new class and teacher. If you have any questions please contact the student tech line or our office.
Incoming Kindergarten Families:
Kindergarten registration is happening NOW. We are pleased to announce that our school has been selected to offer a premium dual language program for incoming kindergarten students, beginning next school year (2021-22)! This will be an extraordinary K-12 educational opportunity for all future CPE students to become bilingual and biliterate in both English and Spanish, with high levels of academic achievement through instruction in both languages.
To learn more about this unique opportunity for your incoming Kindergarten student and about the general kindergarten program, please click here for a previously recorded event.
College Place Elementary is committed to providing safe and joyful learning for students in every model. Please do not hesitate to call the CPE office, 425-431-7620 or email me with questions.
Stacy Crum, Principal
How to download Canvas Parent App
How to download the Canvas Parent App.
Video in English: https://www.wevideo.com/view/2012672454
Video in Spanish:
Grab and Go Food pickup
Wednesday, April 14th, 9-10am
20401 76th Avenue West
Wednesday, April 21st, 2-3pm
7501 208th Street Southwest
Attendance and Truancy during COVID-Attendance Matters
Schools are taking attendance during remote learning and marking absences as excused or unexcused. Contact the school if your child participated in remote learning, even if it wasn’t a live class, and you don’t think the school knows. If your child was not able to participate because of COVID-related problems, contact the school to excuse their absences. It is important that you communicate with your teacher and your school to get the support you need.
School Attendance line 425-431-3919 call to report your student absent. If you know your child will be absent, please call and leave a message. Our registrar checks messages everyday. You can also let the teacher know about your child being absent.
NEWS from Carmen Ziranda (Family Resource Advocate)
NEED HELP PAYING YOUR UTILITIES?
If you have been affected by COVID19, please schedule an appointment with the School’s FRA to get connected with organizations supporting families in need. If you need help with other resources, please fill out the form or let us know what resources are needed.
Please click here/Haga clic aqui: Schedule an Appointment with CPE’s FRA/Programe una Cita con la FRA de CPE
You can also contact 2-1-1 to get rental and utility assistance.
WIC is a nutrition program for pregnant women, new and breastfeeding moms, and children under five.
FREE ONLINE K-6 TUTORING:
FROM HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS FOR THE COMMUNITY FROM THE COMMUNITY SIGN UP AT 425TUTORING.ORG
English sign-up form: https://forms.gle/RKchisH8BoHT2dnV7
Spanish sign-up form: https://forms.gle/tiat8CKYLTtUT5PG7.
FREE ONLINE ENGLISH CLASSES FOR ADULTS AT COLLEGE PLACE ELEMENTARY
Class meets 1 day a week on Wednesday for 40 minutes each session
Adult ESL Class at 10:00 am Every Wednesday
Please click here to register ESL Registration Form-English&Spanish
Natural Leaders Bi-Weekly Meetings on Wednesdays at 11:00 am
Natural Leaders serve as multi-cultural bridges between students, families, communities, and schools. Research has consistently shown students’ success to be highly correlated with the level of their parent engagement. When parents are involved, students achieve more, regardless of socio-economic status, ethnic/racial background, or the parents’ education level.
Get involved, and learn how you can help other parents. Share your talents and skills with us!
For more information please contact Carmen Ziranda 425-431-2420 or fill out the form below to receive a calendar with the dates and times.
Coronavirus Pandemic EBT (P-EBT)
Many families in Washington state will soon have another round of food benefits available to them to help buy groceries. Called Pandemic EBT, or P-EBT, these food benefits are available to families with children who have been home from school due to COVID-19 closures or reduced hours and who are eligible for free or reduced-price meals through their school’s National School Lunch program.
If you haven’t applied yet for the Free and Reduced Lunch please stop by the Office to pick up a form or visit the Edmonds School district’s website to download and print a form from home.
You can Schedule a meeting with the School’s Family Resource Advocate to receive support with the following resources:
- Medical Insurance
- Mental Health/Counseling Services
- Basic needs (Food, shoes, clothes)
- Housing resources
- Food Bank information
- Parenting Classes
- School Information