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Dear Families,

It has been a wonderful year at CES and we are so proud of our students! Please note that there have been some changes to the school calendar. Our last day for elementary students will be Wednesday, June 23. This day will be a half day for students ending at 11:30. Bagged lunches will be provided. We are looking forward to a busy summer at CES with our traditional summer school and added enrichment programs. Keep an eye out for more information shared by our teachers. This year we will celebrate two "graduating" classes as we make room in the elementary building for preschool classrooms. Both fourth and fifth grade classes will be moving up this year. We are beyond proud of all of our students this year. Every student worked hard and found ways to have lots of fun even with all of our restrictions. Have a great end of the school year!

Renee and Jess

 

 

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END OF YEAR DATES

May 28- No School

May 31- No School (Memorial Day)

June 1-17- students participate in CES Olympics during PE class

June 2- Wear Red White or Blue for the Flag day recording

June 4- Yearbook distribution

June 7- 4th Grade Science Test

June 14- Flag Day- recorded assembly for students

June 18- No School (Juneteenth)

June 23- HALF DAY Last Day of School for Elementary Students

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Don't forget to wear RED, WHITE, or BLUE on Wednesday, June 2nd. Students will be recording their flag day songs on this day.

JUNE MENU

Elementary Meals

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June Menu 20-21 - K-4.pdf

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Recess Fun

We LOVE the sensory path

CAUGHT- Eating Veggies

RECESS FUN

 

WE LOVE THE SENSORY PATH

 

CAUGHT- EATING VEGGIES

 

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PARENT INPUT FOR CLASS LIST DEVELOPMENT

We welcome your input as we begin the class list development process. Parents often know that their child may need a certain type of learning environment to do their best in school. Parents may not ask for a particular teacher by name but rather may speak to a teaching style and/or learning environment that works best for their child. Please fill out the google form linked above if you would like to provide input as we develop our class lists. The form is due by June 4, 2021. https://forms.gle/Xv8isxkHEDxgktHq5

5th Grade Fun

Battleship Math

You sunk my battleship!

5TH GRADE FUN

 

BATTLESHIP MATH

 

YOU SUNK MY BATTLESHIP!

 

MOVING UP TO THE MIDDLE SCHOOL

This year both our fourth and fifth graders will officially Move Up to the Middle School. Parents can expect more information to come home with their children late next week.

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JUNETEENTH

Official known as Emancipation Day and also called Juneteenth Independence Day and Freedom day, Juneteenth is a portmanteau word for June and nineteenth and commemorates the June 19th 1865 announcement and the abolition of slavery in Texas and the emancipation of African-American slaves throughout the Confederate South. On January 1st 1863, Abraham Lincoln declared the end of slavery with the Emancipation Proclamation. Two and a half years later, and two months after the end of the Civil War, Union troops arrived in Galveston, Texas on June 19th 1865 to find that the news of the proclamation had not yet reached Galveston and that people were still being held as slaves in Texas.

 

Celebrations include parades, storytelling, barbecue and baseball.

 

46 states and the District of Columbia officially recognize Juneteenth as a state holiday or special day of observance.

A PARENTS GUIDE TO READING

Are you looking for ways to support your child at home with reading over the summer. Please review the link below from Reading Rockets to get ideas geared to parents.

Reading 101: A Guide for Parents

www.readingrockets.org

Learning about Brazil

Making Music

Composing our own songs

LEARNING ABOUT BRAZIL

 

MAKING MUSIC

 

COMPOSING OUR OWN SONGS

 

MASKS REQUIRED

Masks continued to be required by all individuals on our school grounds. Please continue to be a role model for our young learners and abide by the Department of Health guidelines that require masks in schools and one school grounds.

Jun 01, 2021