“Your Future is Key, So Stay Drug Free!”
(October 30th – November 3rd)
The purpose of each day’s events is to bring awareness to positive activities that students can participate with, instead of turning to drugs and alcohol. Please help us promote these specific activities, while helping students make the connection with the greater message.
Monday, October 30: Sock it to Drugs Wear your crazy socks.
Tuesday, October 31: Spot Me Being Drug Free! Wear your polka dots!
Wednesday, November 1: Hooked on Books not Drugs Entire school reads from 2:00-2:15.
Thursday, November 2: We’re Red-y To Get Rid of Drugs Day! Wear your red clothing- shirts, hats, scarves, etc…
Friday, November 3: Team Up Against Drugs! Wear your favorite team shirt.
We will not have one registration day as we’ve done in the past. Instead, please come to the school office any day Monday-Friday between 7:30-4:00 to register your child for next year and pay fees.
Click for School supply lists
Thurs, August 17 – 4:30-6:30 Back to School Night. This is a drop-in, so feel free to bring school supplies and come any time during those 2 hours. The office will also be open during this time for parents who need to register their child/children. **Any parents new to the Eagles program are invited to Room 506 from 5:45-6:15 for an introduction to the Eagles program with Kristin Magee.
Mon, Aug. 21 – no school for students or teachers because of the eclipse
Tues, Aug. 22 – First day of school for students. 7:25-2:25.
Come and join us this summer in the Learning Commons for some fun reading activities.
Our first summer reading day is Tuesday, June 6 – 1:00-3:00. We will have the authors of the Just a Chicken book (former Gamecock football players Langston Moore and Preston Thorne) here.
Click for the schedule for when we’re open and what’s happening each day.
Click for your summer reading log – to get prizes for reading.
Click here and here for some more info about reading over the summer.
Fingers crossed that the weather will hold and we’ll have field day for all students tomorrow, Thursday, May 25 from 9:00-1:00.
Field day will be from 9:00-1:00.
School lunch is hot dogs (grilled by our administrators) and sides from the cafeteria for regular school lunch price – $1.25.
Students should wear tennis shoes/sneakers and appropriate clothes for playing games outside. They might want to bring a water bottle and towel also.
The Scholastic Book Fair will begin on Friday, May 5 for classes to preview during the day and will be open for shopping during the Spring Carnival in the PE Room. It will be back in the Learning Commons and open for shopping, Monday, May 8 – Friday, May 12 from 7:15am-3:00pm. Pastries for Parents/Grandparents will be on Wednesday, May 10 from 7:15am-8:45am. Make sure to stop by for a pastry and some coffee and to buy some great books perfect for summer reading!
Wed, March 1 – Collaborative Planning – 11:40 early dismissal
Friday, March 10 – Family Movie Night @6:00 pm Concessions will be available for purchase.
Sat, March 12 – Daylight Savings Time – Spring clocks forward one hour
Wed, March 15 – End of 3rd nine weeks
Wed, March 15 – Career Speaker Day – Speakers for grades 3-5. Dress up as your favorite career (no guns or weapons please).
Thurs, March 16 – Career Vehicle Day 8:30-9:30 2nd & 3rd 9:30-10:30 K & 1st 10:30-11:30 4th & 5th
Fri, March 17 – REGULAR day of school. Wear your favorite college gear (shirt, jacket, jersey, etc.)
Fri, March 17 – Jump Rope for Heart
Wed, March 22 – Report Cards go home
It’s Dr. Seuss’ birthday! Help us celebrate our love of books and reading by participating in fun activities on Wednesdays, throughout the month of March.
Look at the attached flyer for a list of dates and activities.
Read Across March 2017
Next week, March 4-8, is National School Breakfast Week.
Here is the special breakfast menu for the week in our cafeteria.
Author Jarrett J Krosoczka is coming to CSES in April!!
He is the author/illustrator of a variety of children’s books including the pictured novels and graphic novel. Click here for the order form to pre-order any of his books for autographing when he’s here on April 5, 2017. There will not be books available for purchase the day of the visit. All books must be ordered in advance.
Winter Reading Challenge – Mrs. Merritt is challenging all students to read in lots of fun ways for 15 minutes a day. Students will choose a square on the reading form each day, write the title of the book they read, the date, and get it signed by an adult. Mrs. Merritt will have a dessert for all students who turn in a completed form by Friday, March 3. Click here for the Winter Challenge Reading Form. The form will also be included in the February newsletter.
Our 5th grade iPad ensemble will be playing the national anthem (yes, on iPads!!) before the Gamecock men’s basketball game vs. Georgia. The game is at 2:00 on Saturday, Feb. 4.
Click the link below for more information and the link to pre-order tickets for the special price of $10 for the game for our CSE school family.
USC basketball game flyer