CSE Game Night

Join us at CSE for CSE Game Night on Tuesday, October 23 from 6:00pm – 7:30pm. It will be a fun evening of math, literacy, critical thinking, and technology games. There will also be a storyteller from the Lexington County Public Library! Each activity completed will earn the students a stamp for their ticket. Complete six activities and receive a fun treat before you leave to go home!

Take a look at the flyer for more information:

All Star Game Night

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Collaborative Planning Day

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Grandparent’s Breakfast Rescheduled

October 4th/October 5th

Please join us for Grandparent’s Breakfast on Thursday, October 4 and Friday, October 5. Students with last names beginning with letters A-K are invited to bring their grandparents to Thursday’s breakfast. Students with last names beginning with letters L-Z are invited to bring their grandparents to Friday’s breakfast. Breakfast will begin starting at 7:00 am in the school cafeteria.

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Chick-fil-a Biscuit Sale

Tuesday, September 11

Biscuits will be on sale before school starts in the car line. You can get one for $3 or two for $5. First come, first serve. Get them while they’re hot!

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First Day of School!

Welcome back, students! First day of school is Tuesday, August 21, 2018.

We can’t wait to see everyone!

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2018-2019 Supply Lists

Kindergarten        1st Grade

 2nd Grade             3rd Grade

4th Grade               5th Grade

 

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Reading Spirit Week

It’s Dr. Seuss’ Birthday! Help Carolina Springs Elementary celebrate our love of reading by participating in our Reading Spirit Week, as well as other activities throughout the month of March. Our list of events for Reading Spirit Week are:

Monday, February 26: Cozy up to a Good Book wear pajamas to school, and there will be a school-wide DEAR (Drop Everything and Read)

Tuesday, February 27: Pull the Plug on Electronic Devices (at home) Students who do not use any electronic devices at home and reads instead, can fill out a form, get parents to sign, and return to the Learning Commons for a prize.

Wednesday, February 28: Treasure Your Time with Books Dress like a pirate today. Wear bandanas, eye patches, torn t-shirts. (No swords, please!)

Thursday: March 1: Buddy Reading each class will partner with another to read together in the Learning Commons.

Friday, March 2: Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss! Wear red/white/polka dots/stripes OR dress as your favorite Dr. Seuss character.

Other activities in March: Book Swap, Book Character Potatoes, and the annual Rock and Read

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Parenting Workshop: Internet Safety

Please plan to join us on Tuesday, February 27, from 6:00pm- 7:17pm for a parenting workshop on Internet Safety. Joe Ryan, with the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force operated through the South Carolina Attorney General’s Office, will speak. Mr. Ryan will be presenting on internet-related issues that parents need to know in order to keep children safe while using it. Child care and snacks will be provided by the school that evening.

 

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Chick-fil-a Biscuit Sale

Tuesday, February 13

Biscuits will be on sale before school starts in the car line. You can get one for $3 or two for $5. First come, first serve. Get them while they’re hot!

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Reading Olympics

  Reading Olympics begins on February 8th and ends on February 28th. All students will receive a reading log and will be asked to fill in the Olympic rings as they read. Students may bring completed logs to the Learning Commons for their reading “medal.” Names will then go on the medal count board so we can see which classes are earning the most medals. Faculty and Staff are also being asked to read. They’ll have their own medal count board in the Learning Commons, so stop by and take a look at all of our Olympic Readers!

Reading Logs: 

Reading Olympics K-2            Reading Olympics 3-5           Reading Olympics Teacher/Staff

 

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