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 Respect!

October 12, 2018

Hello CES Families and Friends,

Mrs. Pritchard’s sixth grade class has filmed the first installment of the PEG TV series Learning Our Way.  Stay tuned for the first episode to air – soon.


Please visit the new Elementary Spanish website developed by our Language teacher Ms. Deb Gragen.  Keep up with what your children our learning in Spanish, read some wonderful books, and maybe even learn a little on your own.


Hello – Here is the link for the Trunk or Treat sign up. Those that have responded on Facebook do not have to sign up here-they have already been counted.  Would you please forward this to the parents and caregivers of CES?  Thank you!  Carolyn   https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30E0E4DAEA629A1F58-trunk2


Look for information on the walking path and progress made to date.  CES is waiting for our grant applications to be processed and hoping for an award from one of them.  We have utilized the field for our home soccer games as the original field has a new septic system underneath.  The grass is coming back very nicely. 


Calling all Clarendon & Shrewsbury Basketball players:  5/6 grade Basketball registration has begun. We are planning both boys and girls teams this year. You can pick up a registration form at your school office or email me for a copy at bbm1273@yahoo.com  Please return forms to the CES or SMS office. Game and Practice schedules TBA at a later date. Games usually begin the second week of January. However coaches would like to get together earlier for practices and I’m hoping to get a couple games in early December with schools for kind of a pre/season game.


Important Dates:

Friday, October 19th                 Student Lead Conferences – No School

Monday, October 22nd                         Early Release Day

Friday, October 26th                 Trunk or Treat in the CES Parking Lot – Information coming from PTO

Wednesday, October 31st         Halloween Parade at CES – 2:00 PM rain or shine (costumes may not have any imaginary, costume derived or perceived weapons)

During student lead conferences, October 19th, your child will help identify her/his strengths and how she/he is attacking the areas for growth.  As we progress into a deeper project based environment, the learning is very individual and the choices are numerous.  What they think they may be learning may change based on their interests.

News from our neighbors: 

PICO and Killington:  Please see attachment for VT Student Pass ($99 purchase price throughout 2018-2019 season) & VIP PICO Seasonal Rental Pricing (youth pricing $109 thru 12/20/18).

All pricing and more details at picomountain.com  Any questions – please feel free to contact me.  BRENDA WELCH

PICO SNOW SPORTS, Killington/Pico Ski Resort 4763 Killington Road | Killington, VT 05751, t 802.422.1411


CES Pride expectations

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

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