Cumberland Road Elementary School - August 25, 2017
13535 Cumberland Road
Fishers, In. 46038
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NWEA testing window
Tuesday, August 29 NWEA testing window
Wednesday, August 30 NWEA testing window
Thursday, August 31 NWEA testing window
Friday, September 1 NWEA testing window closes
Fun Friday 3:40-5:30pm
Monday, September 4 Labor Day - No School
Tuesday, September 5 PTO Open Forum Meeting 7:00pm
Wednesday, September 6 Chaucie's Place parent meeting Geist Elementray 6-7pm
Friday, September 8 $1 Hat Day for CRES Scholarships
School Lunch Menu
Tuesday, August 29 Pancakes or Waffles with Sausage
Wednesday, August 30 Chicken Alfredo with Garlic Toast
Thursday, August 31 Chicken Nuggets, Cornbread and Green Beans
Friday, September 1 Big Daddy's Cheese Pizza
Monday, September 4 Chicken Tenders
Tuesday, September 5 Cheese Omelet with Bacon
Wednesday, September 6 Breaded Chicken Sandwich with Baked Beans
Thursday, September 7 Ravioli with Meat Sauce
Friday, September 8 Potato Crunch Fish Bites
Please join us for the PTO Open Forum Meeting
Tuesday, September 5 at 7:00pm
WHERE: Geist Elementary Time:6:00-7:00
Your child’s elementary school has recently partnered with Chaucie’s Place to provide Smart Steps: A Body Safety Program for Children™
Smart Steps™ is a child sexual abuse prevention and education program that teaches elementary school-aged children their bodies belong to them. They have the right to say “NO!” to touches to their private parts and to tell an adult about any touches that make them uncomfortable.
If you have any questions regarding this program and would like to learn more about the presentation please join us at Parent Night. During Parent Night, you will not only learn more about the presentation but also different ways to safeguard your child from sexual abuse.
Your child will receive the presentation at school on Thursday, Sept. 7th.
Please join us to learn more
Order forms will go home with our students the week prior to picture day.
You may order online anytime at
We will be utilizing School Dismissal Manager again this year. We will begin using it officially on Monday, August 28th. This system will provide a more organized and efficient tracking system for end of day dismissals. It is intended to replace the notes, emails and phone calls to the office and/or teacher. School Dismissal Manager provides all school staff members with the instructions for dismissing your child and will be followed daily.
Between Tuesday, August 8th through Sunday, August 27th, log into the School Dismissal Manager website and change the temporary dismissal default from “To the Moon” to your child’s accurate permanent dismissal default (bus, car rider, bicycle, YMCA, etc.), please refer to the links on the top of the parent page when logged in and select Parent Preferences and Student Default.
Beginning Monday, August 28th, do not send notes/emails, only update dismissal (end of school day) instructions in School Dismissal Manager. Daily exceptions can be made prior to 2:30 pm only.
School Dismissal Manager website: https://www.schooldismissalmanager.com/
For Recurring Dismissal Instructions and additional help, please refer to the links on the top of the parent page when logged in.
Check out the School Dismissal Manager app, as well!
From our P.E. Teacher
Dear CRES families,
I want to share with you some of the exciting new ways we are making the best out of the mini-gym and giving students opportunities to become fit and healthy with both mind and body. As most of you know, the gym is not available for our students to use this year because of being occupied by classrooms during our renovation. Our PE classes are being held in a classroom so space is limited, but our creative minds are not! I have asked all students to download on their IPad a fun app called Sworkit Kids. Students and families have been coming back to me and sharing the fun they are having with this app at home. I have been creative with ways to encourage and support physical fitness and the Sworkit Kids app has been so beneficial to our students. So please make sure this app is downloaded on your child's IPad. We will be exploring and using this app throughout the year and hoping to add more apps that will encourage your child's health and fitness.
I have TWO request:
- Encourage the use of the app and participate with your child at home!
- Snap a picture of your child using the app at home and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
https://appsto.re/us/4s0k-.i Sworkit Kids
Thanks for your support!
Mrs. DeAnn Fox
Physical Education Teacher
Cumberland Road Elementary
PASTA BOWL FUNDRAISER
Help support the HSE Foundation by donating boxes of pasta to the local Hamilton County food pantries.
Help us raise awareness for the 3,000 students struggling with food insecurity and support more than 46 local hunger relief groups.
CRES Front Foyer
-tubs will be placed in the foyer for you to donate pasta boxes.
What to do if you suspect a disability/Child Find:
What to do if you suspect a disability/Child Find:
If your child is age 2 ½ through 21, attends any school within the Hamilton Southeastern Schools boundaries or you live in our community, and you suspect your child may have a disability, you should contact us for more information.
· For children at least two and a half years of age, but not yet age-eligible for kindergarten, you should contact the Preschool Coordinator at Brooks School Elementary School, 317-915-4250.
· For students who are eligible for kindergarten through age 21, you should contact your child’s teacher, school counselor or building administrator to discuss your concerns and explore the steps to be taken. If your child is not enrolled in public school, you should contact the counselor or building administrator in the building your child would attend if enrolled.
RtI is a general education initiative designed to provide high quality instruction and interventions matches to student needs, and using learning rate over time and level of performance to make important educational decisions. The RtI model is based on a three-tiered model of service delivery with a focus on early intervention and prevention of academic and behavioral concerns. Data collected during this process provides valuable information regarding students’ educational progress and response to interventions. Students who do not demonstrate a response to well-implemented, scientifically-based interventions at the Tier 3 level would be referred for an educational evaluation to determine eligibility for special education. RtI is a component of HSE’s Child Find Process.
Parents that would like to volunteer in the classroom, have lunch with their children, or are selected to go on a class field trip, must have a Hamilton Southeastern Schools background check on file. The cost of the background check is $13 and will be valid for 3 years. Please allow 6 business days to complete the process. Once the process is complete you will receive an e-mail from Safe Visitors with your badge to check-in with our school office.
http://www.hse.k12.in.us/ADM/parents/volunteering.aspx to fill out the background check form. You may also click on the Quicklink on the Cumberland Road website.
CRES Construction Updates
In the coming months, CRES will be undergoing a major building-wide renovation that will begin this summer. One way we will keep our community informed is through the website found below. This site will be periodically updated with pictures and news as each phase of constructions unfolds. Please visit and download the latest plans to see what's in store for the future of Cumberland Road Elementary!
ATTENTION ALL KINDERGARDEN THROUGH 6TH GRADE!
Come out and dance with the Fisher Fusion Varsity Dance team September 22nd for our Fusion Dance Team Fall clinic and pre-game performance at the FHS Football game against Avon High School.
Price of dance clinic and pre-game performance: $25.00 (includes: dance clinic and snack)
**Registration form attached to this email.
HSE Destination Imagination
HSE Destination Imagination is holding their annual call out meeting ( for grades k-12) on Tuesday, Aug 29th at the Fishers High School CCA from 6pm - 8pm. Parents and kids are welcome to the open house to chat with team members and School/District Coordinators, watch award winning past performances and explore props built and used by these teams.
Destination Imagination program is a fun, hands-on system of learning that fosters student’s creativity, courage and curiosity through open-ended academic Challenges in the fields of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics), fine arts and service learning.
For more information about the program visit us at http://hsedi.com/
Lost and Found
Friday, September 22
Friday, October 27
Monday, November 20
Friday, December 15
Friday, January 26
Friday, February 23
Friday, March 23
Friday, April 20
Friday, May 18
After one week in the hallway, they will be sent to Goodwill.
**Our Lost and Found is always available for parents to come in to check for missing items. Please check in at our office before heading to the Lost and Found.
Follow CRES on Facebook
Please follow CRES on Facebook by clicking on the following link:
You can also follow CRES on Facebook by going to the Cumberland Road Website and click on the Hot Topics scrolling menu at the top of the page.
That will take you straight to our Facebook page.
The following flyers are attached to this e-mail:
Chaucie's Place opt-out letter
Fisher Fusion Fall Dance Clinic