CES End of Year Update

June 1, 2020

Dear CES Families,

As we enter the month of June and our final month of the school year we would like to recognize the hard work, dedication, and resiliency that you have all demonstrated during this very difficult time. We have been emailing daily with our morning announcements and important updates. Please contact the elementary office if you are not receiving these emails. We will need updated email information for our system. As we move into the next few weeks, we would like to provide you with some year end updates.

Stay Well! Renee Young and Jessica Valente

Kindergarten Registration

Please complete the registration paperwork that was mailed to your home and return it to the Elementary School office. Paperwork may be dropped off Monday-Friday between 8:30AM and 2:30PM. We must have your completed paperwork by June 17, 2020.

Drive Up Food Pantry

Our next drive up food pantry will be this Wednesday, June 3rd at 10AM. The food pantry drive thru will be located at Corinth Elementary School.


We are currently waiting to hear from our yearbook vendor with a confirmed delivery date. Once we have this date we will be able to provide you with more information regarding yearbook distribution. Thank you for your patience.

Report Cards

Report cards will be mailed home at the end of the marking period. You will notice that there will not be any numerical grades assigned. Teachers will be providing comments only. The comments will indicate how your child has done throughout distance learning. You will notice that teachers will indicate if your child has met the learning standard, not met the learning standard, or has not met the learning standard yet and is progressing toward achieving it. You will also notice that there will be no remarks for Quarter 3 and all comments will be listed under Quarter 4. The grade section will read N/A.

As we worked to determine the best way to measure student achievement, we did not feel that our typical grading system would be accurate during the time of closure. It is our hope that by using detailed comments, you will gain an understanding of how your child has progressed in their learning during this time.

5th Grade Moving Up Celebration

The fifth grade teachers have been working hard to ensure that our students still have a special send off to the Middle School since we are unable to have our typical moving up day celebration. Our 5th grade students will receive a t-shirt that has been generously provided by our PTSA and teachers will be creating a special keepsake video. We are so proud of our 5th grade students and wish them well as they head to the Middle School!


Students may continue to use school issued Chromebooks throughout the summer for academic related activities and learning or it may be returned to the Elementary school beginning June 22nd Monday-Friday between 8:30AM and 2:30PM. If you choose to keep the Chromebook during the summer, we will put a plan in place for collecting them in September. Please ensure that these devices are stored in a safe location when not in use.

Virtual FIELD Day- June 12th

Go to your grade level PE class for more information.

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Roaming Library

The Corinth Library is hitting the road to bring summer reading books to students who would like them. Please feel free to fill out this Google Form (with adult permission) linked below if you are interested in a special book delivery. All library books can be returned when we return to school.
Please contact Mrs. Lescault at lescaultt@corinthcsd.org with any questions.


Student Council News

In March, our Student Council members participated in a Read for the Ronald McDonald House. Even when we were out of school for over half of the month, they still worked hard to reach their goal! Their original goal that they all decided on was $1,000. When they hit that goal just a couple of days into the month, they raised their goal to $2,000. Their final amount that they raised overall was $2,290. Out of 66 groups and schools that participated in the fundraiser, we ranked #19 for most money raised. The member who received the most donations, was 5th grader, Jessica Freebern. The member who raised the most money was 4th grader, Carter Hoffman-Robarge who collected $436. The member who raised the second highest amount was 5th grader, Gracie Garnsey who raised $383. The member who raised the third highest amount is our Student Council President, 5th grader Madeline Rosenbrock who raised $315. We are so proud of all of our members! Two members of our student council will be honored with a private tour of RMHC once they are open and able to receive visitors.