FES Parent News
Together We SOAR
Parents please look for any library books that may be at the home! We are missing an average of 15 books per grade level and need to have them found!
Updates from the Nurse
* The end of the school year is quickly approaching! Please remember to pick up your child’s medication in the health office prior to the end of the school year unless your child is attending the summer program. The school is not able to allow your child to bring the medication home. Medication not picked up will be disposed of.
* If your child has medication prescribed to them to be administered at school, daily or as needed, a new medication form is required for next school year.
*Have a happy and healthy summer!
Attention 5th grade families.
When transitioning to a new school, you are required to submit a current, valid proof of your residency in Caroline County. This is in support of Caroline County Public School enrollment procedures and Maryland Law. No student will receive a schedule not begin the school year at the new school until proof of residency is received and approved. THANK YOU TO ALL FAMILIES THAT PROVIDED PROOF OF RESIDENCY!
Enrollment for the 2022-2023 School Year Now Open
Caroline County Recreation and Parks Summer Camp Registration
Picking up a student
If you are sending someone to pick up your child, please be sure that they are listed as an emergency contact in power school and that they have a picture id with them. This includes anyone coming through the car rider line as well. Your child's safety is of utmost importance! Please do not be offended if a staff member asks to see your ID.
Lost and Found items
Choptank Health's School Based Centers
Every child needs healthcare to thrive and SBHCs can help them get there. Did you know that Caroline County, is the only public school system in the entire state to offer school based health center services in each of their schools?
Choptank Health’s School Based Health Centers Are OPEN and IN THE OFFICE!
Appointments can be made through the school nurse’s office by sending a note to school with your child or by calling the school based health center directly.
Common medical concerns and illnesses can be addressed during visits. Visit reasons could include:
· Well Child Checks and Sports Participation Physicals
· Medication refills
· COVID-19 symptoms/testing
· Cold and allergy symptoms
· Asthma and breathing problems
· Rashes and other skin complaints
· Minor injuries
· Other common complaints
Does your child need any books to read over the summer? If so, their English Language teacher has books to give away. Please let us know if you are interesting in Free book for the summer. We can send them home with your child during the last week of school. Do you need an interpreter? Mrs. Loulou is also available to answer any of your questions. Please email us at Wurtz.Michelle@ccpsstaff.org , Harris.Elizabeth@ccpsstaff.org , or firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also call us at 410-479-2761. We will be glad to help you!
Upcoming Dates of Importance
June 6: CRMS 5th grade night @ 6 PM-(rescheduled for this night)
June 7: Students will be receiving a book and additional ideas and activities with Md. Snap Ed.
Board Meeting-FES Safety Patrol leads the pledge.
June 15: 5th grade celebration, awards ceremony 1:45-2:45, Last day of Pre-K
June 16: Last day for k-12 students; Early dismissal at 1:00 PM
A copy of the book will be displayed in the cafeteria, and our librarian, Mrs. Simmons, will read the book to the students as they visit the library the week of distribution. There will also be a flat Sylvia art project that Mr. Lambert, the art teacher, might do with students that week. On the day of distribution, June 7th, we hope to have the cafeteria serve spinach on the line. The Sho Go Mobile (mobile farmers market) would like to set up nearby so parents picking up their children can shop at the market. Since it is too early to actually plant spinach, every student will receive a package of spinach seeds to plant this fall. We may even do a planting activity by grade in the gym if possible.
Promoting a healthy and safe environment for ALL students and staff
CCPS is committed to providing a safe, respectful, nurturing educational environment where the worth and dignity of individuals are valued and their safety and rights are protected. Behaviors that compromise this environment, interfere with school operations or are otherwise contrary to the basic mission of our public schools will not be tolerated. Bullying, hazing, harassment or other discrimination affecting a student or a staff member should be reported by a victim, parent/guardian, witness, staff member or other person having knowledge.
Staff members with knowledge of such conduct are required to promptly report it to the building principal.
Non Discrimination Statement
FES is a Title I School
The FES Family will promote our S.O.A.R. core values by engaging in a supportive and collaborative learning community that nurtures and builds a foundation for lifelong success. To SOAR means to Stay safe and ready, Own our responsibilities, Achieve our goals, and Respect self and others.