Our first day of school is Wednesday, August 21st.!!! 🎉 Students riding with parents need to be dropped off at the front (west facing) entrance. Please remember if you are not dropping your student in the drive thru lane, you MUST park in the parking lot and cross your student across the drive thru lane. Students should not be dropped off before 7:50am unless they are a part of the Y-Zone program. Breakfast begins at 7:50. Class begins at 8:20. Anyone coming after 8:30 will need to be signed in by a parent and will be marked tardy. Pick up for car riders is at 3:15 (west entrance again).Please follow flow of traffic as well as instructions given by pick up supervisors. If you choose to walk up to the entrance to pick up your student, you must park in a parking spot. Please remember to be patient as new processes are not always fun 😊 Welcome Back to CES! We have missed you! #CESMaroons #MaroonPride #back2school See you all soon! Mrs.Young
It was discovered that 5th grade rosters were a jumbled mess this week. Not sure of the reasons behind the glitch in the system, but it has since been fixed and all rosters are now accurate! Please log in to Family Access to see who your fifth grade student will have as his/her teacher. Some students are with different teachers now. I apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. Thanks for your understanding!
School supply drop off for CES kiddos is August 20th from 2:30-3:30.
Registration at CES tomorrow! 9-1 and 4-7
Awards Day at CES tomorrow at 1:30
Tomorrow 5:30pm!! Patricia Polacco will be presenting at CES-come and meet this amazing author!
Today is the day! CES Carnival tonight from 6-8pm. See you there!
Clinton Elementary School held its annual Kids Heart Challenge event, formally known as Jump Rope for Heart, on Thursday, February 7th, and it was a great success! The Kids Heart Challenge is a community service learning program of the American Heart Association. It teaches kids the importance of developing heart-healthy habits; that being physically active can be fun; and by raising funds to support research and education they help save lives across the country and their community. Leading up to the event, the students participated in a jump rope unit during Physical Education class. They learned and practiced many jump rope skills. On Clinton Elementary’s event day, students enjoyed jump rope stations and jump rope contests. Our Jump Rope for Heart event was very successful this year. Together, CES’s students raised $15,446.00 for the American Heart Association. Thank you to all who participated and played an active role in helping us accomplish this goal.
CES Carnival is coming up on April 25th from 6-8. Bring your friends and family out for great fun!
School will not be in session on Monday April 22nd. It is a School Improvement Day.
Thursday April 18th CES will be celebrating Earth Day!
We will have no school on Friday April 19th in honor of Good Friday.