Carlisle Elementary School
March 20, 2015
Please send your conference sign-in sheets to the office this morning. Attendance numbers will be shared as soon as possible. Thank you for working so hard to help get the building looking great! The new wall displays reflect the student learning taking place in our classrooms and I could not be more proud! Team Awesome just keeps stepping up!
Advice from Fifth Graders
If you want a good chuckle, this display in the 5th/6th grade hall is a MUST read!
What "Bugs" Us
Second graders share their writing!
Mrs. Shafer used QR codes to share students' mathematical thinking!
Friday, April 10, 2015 is #LoveMySchoolDay
1.Get the word out now by sharing this with everyone you know!!!
2. All day on Friday, April 10th, post, repost, tweet, retweet, on every Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or other social media accounts what you love about your school. Tell us how awesome your school is using the hashtag, #LoveMySchoolDay. Brag on your school, students and teachers!!!
Give the world the 411 about our school!!!
3. Share with the world the great work the CES team is doing to educate OUR kids.
4. Let's send the message that we #LoveWhatWeDo for kids, parents, our community and our world!
We are on the front lines creating a better world for the next generation. The world needs to hear our story. If you love our school, then let's tell our story on #LoveMySchoolDay
Cuttin' Loose With Dr. Seuss
The kindergarten students have celebrated the birthday of Dr. Seuss this week. From wearing wacky attire to eating green eggs and ham, the kiddos have had a ball! I think Ms. Page, Mrs. Calhoun, Mrs . Hearn and Mrs. Mealler had more fun than the students! I encourage you to check out the wall work! It is sure to make you smile! A BIG shout out to Ms. Stark for the "Dr. Seuss" photo booth pictures.....too much cuteness!
The morning news will return on Monday, March 30th. The sixth grade students will be hosting the news this 9 weeks. Please remember that watching the news is a non negotiable. Thank you for making it apart of your daily routine. BIG thank you to Mrs. Park for taking the time to teach our students how to create these videos. We are in hopes of adding new segments!