CES Student Packets Clarifications

I’m going to  try  to bring some clarity to the student packets.  Everyone should have been in some type of communication with their students classroom teacher by this point. If you have not, please contact the school at 454-2000 so that we can rectify this.  Some teachers are having their students working on apps like IXL while others are putting together physical packets.  This has nothing to do with not being on the same page, but everything to do with grade level.  We will try to keep you informed as much as possible in the coming weeks to determine what comes next.  Next week, April 20-24 we will recognize spring break to give our lunch ladies a break who have been working tirelessly to put breakfast and lunch out daily and our delivery people who deliver everything from breakfast and lunch to milk and student packets.

After April vacation, we will also be looking for bikes for books tickets. The teachers have the envelopes in their classrooms but if you have any at home, we will be asking for them.

IF there is anything you’d like to drop off,  there is a drop box between the doors to limit contact.  Please put your students name on it so we can get it to the right teacher.  This includes library books, text books or anything else you would like returned to the school.The doors are unlocked from 7:30-12 Monday-Friday.
If you have any questions or concerns and would like to speak to the principal, you can contact her via cell, Sue Carter- 952-0472.
Thank you for your patience during this time of uncertainty,

CHS Hosts Annual Post Secondary Fair

On Wednesday March 11, CHS hosted the annual post secondary fair. Colleges, businesses, and military recruiters set up tables in the school gymnasium and students throughout the school were invited to the gym to visit with tables that interested them. Other local schools were also invited to the fair. Thank you to all participants in the fair and the CHS staff for setting up the event.