Every Student, Every Day – Our Personal Best In Every Way
CES Pride expectations – Be Kind, Be Respectful, Be Safe and always Be Your Best!

 

“You cannot do a kindness too soon because

you never know how soon it will be too late.” Ralph Waldo Emerson

 

Word of the month is Courage – Tool of the month is Courage – Health & Wellness focus is Safety

Jan 24, 2020

Hello Clarendon Families and Friends,

 

Reminder that Monday is an early release date.  All learners will be released at 11:55 AM.  Bus runs are the same. 

 

Thank you to all of the sixth grade parents that made the planning meeting.  If you could not make the meeting but are interested in participating in the promotion activities, please contact Kelly at Wlunchlady@gmail.com 

 

The CES year-round activities continue as we have the children experience many different forms of physical activity mixing in some cultural and theatrical experiences.  We will continue to encourage civic action and behaviors that help our fellow citizen.  Check the important dates below to be reminded of our activities.  This Monday grades K-2 will be skating please send them with high rise socks.  J

 

Our PTO meeting has been rescheduled for tonight, the 23rd, at 5:30.

 

Please call the office if your child is going to be out (calling by 8:30 AM is very helpful).  Please call the office before 2:30 PM, or as soon as you know, if your child’s dismissal is to be changed.  Please remember to send your children in with appropriate winter wear as we go out every day unless it is below 10 degrees or is raining hard. 

           

Basketball game tomorrow (this Friday) at CES vs Benson 4:30 PM

 

Important Dates

           

Monday, January 27                Early Release / Mentor meeting – Skating for our little ones (Primary) 

Tuesday, January 28                Another activity at Castleton University – Cashore Marionettes (K-2)

Thursday, January 30              Skating for our older children (3-6)

Tuesday, February 4                Wonderfeet Museum visits CES for innovative, interactive workshops

Thursday, February 6              100 Day celebration and PBiS assembly

Monday, February 17              Random Acts of Kindness Day

February 17 – 21                     Winter Break – no school – CES Learners and Educators return on the 24th

 

New from our neighbors: 

 

Attention all Mill River School district parents.  This year we are switching baseball to Rutland County Little League to try and help improve our existing program.  They have agreed to let us continue as town based teams rather than having to enter into their draft system which would split up our kids and take away our town / Mill River affiliation.  In general, nothing will change in terms of practice times and field use, but, below is a list of the benefits to switching over to the RCLL, sent to me by the President of the program, Paul Lasky.  Please fill out the early signup form below and return to Tucker Peterson tompeterson68@msn.com so we know how many players we will have for the 2020 season and thus, how many teams we will field at each level, which will also determine how many sponsors we will need.

 

PLEASE CONTACT ME WITH ANY CONCERNS OR IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN SPONSORING A TEAM AT:

 

Tompeterson68@msn.com   Thanks: Tucker Peterson  (see attached for more information)

 

If you have a submission (something to share) to the Coyote Chronicles, please let us know before the end of the month.  We want to include news from our neighbors and educational partners. 

 

01/27/20              Skating Spartan Arena   Grds. k-2                                                               

January 28           Cashore Marionettes performance /  grades K-2              

01/30/20              Skating Spartan Arena   Grds. 3-6                                                             

February 5          Three Goofs performance /   grades K-2               

February 6          Three Goofs performance  /  grades 3-6

CES Pride expectations

Be Kind, Be Respectful, Be Safe and always Be Your Best!
PS – Please tell us if you know of anyone who does not get these emails and would like to receive them.  If you want a hard copy, please let us know as well.  Also, reluctantly, we will take you off the list if you no longer want our good news.


Important Flyers and Links (Note: all flyers can be found here: CES Website Flyers Folder)

Measles Identification Flyer

Hannaford Helps Flyer

Pre-K and Kindergarten Registration Information

Talking With Your Students About Violence

New MRUUSD Policy for Flyers for Outside Events
Tick Warning
Bike Safety
Head Lice Education
Head Lice Education Fact Sheet

AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM (CES-ASP)

Parent Handbook

CES-ASP Registration Form


For Kindergarten and Pre-K registration – Contact Kristal Gibbs at 802-775-5379

Parent’s Guide to Proficiency Based Learning

PTO Flyer

What Parents Should Know

Internet Offer

Letter from Assistant Superintendent on Proficiency Based Grading

Supplemental Education Services Information

School Bucks Flyer

Every Student, Every Day – Our Personal Best In Every Way