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

CES Pride expectations – Be Kind, Be Respectful, Be Safe and always Be Your Best!

 

Word of the Month is Community!

            May 31, 2019

Thank you to those community members that attended our Memorial Day Observance!   We especially want to thank our service women and men for being here during our observance – for them.  Special thanks to our guest speaker, Trooper Shaughnessy, for sharing his experience as a Marine and for encouraging our learners to honor our troops by being good role models every day.

 

Clarendon Community Complex C3and Walking Trail – The Edwards’s donation and seed money has been put to good use.  CES has been discussing the benefits of living healthy, staying active and staying drug free.  The focus of our Walking Trail and stations are for ALL of us to stay healthy, active, and drug free.  Mr. David Chambers, with his heavy equipment, has prepared the field for us and will be scraping the trail very soon.  Mr. Brian Hathaway and his friend Dan installed six posts for our station signs, security lights, and reading walks.  Mr. Gene Stone (Stoney) will be donating seven boulders to help our landscaping efforts.

CES did secure a grant from The Vermont Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness & Sports.  This grant is to develop the story walk program with the library, a senior stroll program with our community center, a family walking program with our PTO, informational signage for the community, welcome kiosks and amenities.  Our PTO has donated $500 to the Complex to enhance the experience for our Community.  We have had a number of people contact us to volunteer, which we will be inviting them as soon as the trail is started.  A letter will go out to contractors for a donation of one or two deliveries of our pre-paid packing material (which has been purchased with the seed money).

We want to thank our adjacent neighbors for their support and cooperation with the project.  The community feeling that we get (children and adults alike) is one of compassion and warmth.  The value to our community, with all of us working together, is priceless!  The project is fully supported by donations and fundraising and may take a few years to complete.

The MRUUSD Athletic Department is writing to potential 2019-2020 student athletes that have sports physicals on file with the school or that are new to MRU that are near or over two years old.  If you have any questions please feel free to contact me, Kim Maniery, Athletic Director, Mill River Union High School   802-775-3451 Ext. 222   Please see attached

Phone issues? – Please use 786-3940 (direct to the main office) if you are having trouble getting through.

Sixth Grade TV – Last episode for the TV show – a screenplay about “Out of the Dust”.  If you want to see any of the past six episodes of their TV show, you can stream it on the Peg-TV website at https://www.pegtv.com/video-on-demand and search “Learning Our Way”

Important Dates:

Today – Sixth Grade visits Mill River as a part of their transition activities.

Monday, June 3rd       Early Release – Pick up and buses at 11:55 AM

Thursday, June 6th       Band and Chorus Adjudication

Friday, June 7th            Great Escape for Band and Chorus

Monday, June 10th       CliF Reading Day – all learners receive a book or two for their summer reading pleasure

Tuesday, June 11th       Ms. Pecor’s Third Grade class will perform their immigration play Coming to America at 5:30 PM in the CEScafeteria.

Thursday June 13th      Sixth Grade Promotion Night (The Walk of Pride is at 2:45 in the main hallway)

Friday, June 14th          Report Cards to go home

            Monday, June 17th       Field Day and family barbeque in the AM

Tuesday, June 18         The last half day of school and K-5 Step-up day – Release at 11:55 AM

 

 

Information from our educational partners:

Hello, Michael Forte here.  I’ve attached a flyer with the registration info for interested parents to sign their kids up for free bowling! All relevant info can be found on the kids bowl free website or by calling our front desk at 773-7707. Thank you! http://kidsbowlfreecenters.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/KBF-OFFICIAL-CENTER-POSTER.pdf

 

VeggieVanGo™, a mobile nutrition program of the Vermont Foodbank, will be coming to Rutland Regional once a month to provide FREE fresh produce for people facing hunger.  Please see attached.

CES Pride expectations

Be Kind, Be Respectful, Be Safe and always Be Your Best!

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