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September 11, 2020

“Normality is a paved road: It’s comfortable to walk, but no flowers grow on it.” 

Vincent van Gogh, artist

Hello Clarendon Families and Friends,

Thank you for your kindness to our staff as we all work out the kinks and get this program started.  It means a lot to all of us that you are understanding and patient as we work to get everyone up and running.  Please continue communicating with your teacher and all of the team so that we can ensure you are all getting what you need.  The routine should help tremendously.

The entire staff gets and deserves a big thank you, from me, for the hard work in preparing for and implementing our remote model.  It has been a challenge at times and is much easier with the help of our partners at home.  24/7 seemed to be the norm for a little while. Everyone, please enjoy the weekend!!!

As we all navigate this “anything but normal” time, I happened upon this quote from Vincent van Gogh and it made me think about our opportunities.  Yes, the paved road is easy, comfortable and familiar – However, we now have a chance to grow flowers.  Together, we will be perfecting our remote learning which will enhance the independent skills and self-motivation of our kids. This will be needed, very much so, in the working world of the future.  Our children will be the beneficiaries of this unusual time as they grow their own individual flowers and make this world a better place for all of us.  With the help of our learners, let us ALL come together today, Patriots Day, in peace and with pride.

A reminder to all of our bus riders now and in the future.  We must screen all of our riders (children and adults) and deny entry to those that may be ill.  That means that our children will have to return home immediately.  Please stay with your young children until they are cleared to board the bus.  Thank you!

Important Dates:

Today, September 11 Patriots Day – A day to reflect on our similarities and honor our differences, all united under one Nation.

Monday, September 14 First full week of remote learning – schedules have been distributed by the teachers and the First day of AfterSchool

Monday, September 21 Early Release (All educators in professional development in the afternoon)

Thursday, October 8 All Scavenger Hunt entries submitted to the PTO

Important Meals Information:  We are able to continue providing meals for all individuals aged 18 and under in our communities. Food pickup will be MONDAY and THURSDAY.

Pickup locations and times have changed and are as follows:

MRU – 7:00 am to 1:00 pm AND 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm

TMS – 8:00 am to 2:00 pm

SMS – 7:00 am to 12:00 pm

Clarendon Elementary PTO – Family Scavenger Hunt

Welcome Back Clarendon Coyotes! Your PTO has missed you all! With the Color Run unable to happen this year, we decided to have the same fun, but a little differently! Introducing the CES Family Scavenger Hunt!  Oh, there will be prizes!!  For the winners – gift certificates to Phoenix books, Vermont truffle company, Wonderfeet, and more!  See attached for details. 

If we love our country, we should also love our countrymen.” Ronald Reagan

Messages from our community:

The Clarendon Girl Scout Troop has been together for over five years.  They have done a lot of community service and continue to help our neighbors.  They are most excited about their recent donation of a little free library to CES. “Although we weren’t able to build it together as planned, a local carpenter built it for the girls to stain themselves. It comes at a perfect time with remote learning, and the Troop hopes that students enjoy the library to exchange books with each other.”   See more here

A note from Ian Akin (one of our community members):  We are pleased to announce that the Mill River United Soccer program will return again this year. There will be protocols in place to ensure, to the best of our ability, the safety of all participants.  All of the information you will need regarding registration, training schedules and protocols is outlined in the “MRUN Registration & Safe Return to Play” attachment.   Please do not hesitate to contact me directly at imxfc1@gmail.com or by calling 802-353-2729. We look forward to making the most out of our opportunity to return to the game in a safe and responsible manner.  Sincerely, Ian Akin

Protocols / Registration

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

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

Mill River Union

Grades 7-12

Clarendon Elementary

Grades PK-6

Shrewsbury Mountain

Grades PK-6

Tinmouth Mountain

Grades PK-6

Wallingford Elementary

Grades PK-6