Stop by the Promise Indiana - Carroll County table find out how you can get $50 free and be entered into a drawing for $200!
The Book Fair is OPEN today from 12-4:00. Stop by for those last second purchases!
Parents, As you come in for conferences today, be sure to check out the Lost and Found area. Items that are not collected by this Friday will be donated to the local thrift store. Also, the Book Fair will be open today from 12-4. Be sure to stop by to find some new great reads for your kiddos while also supporting our library!
Good morning, Carroll famlies! Trash bags are in! Pickup will be Wednesday and Thursday, 10/12 and 10/13, from 3:15 until 7pm. Pickup will be at Door 6, on the north side of the elementary school. Thank you for supporting CES and PTO. Have a great day! Roy Hufford
REMINDER: Tuesday, October 11 there is NO SCHOOL! This is also NOT and elearning day. Teachers will be involved in professional development activities and parent teacher conferences all day long.
Last week students in Grades K-2 attended a fire safety program put on by the Lafayette Fide Department. At school we talk about and practice a fire safety plan monthly. Parents are encouraged to talk with your child(ren) about an emergency safety plan at home too!
October 10-14 is National School Lunch Week! Our cafeteria staff will be serving up totally awesome breakfasts and lunches next week, and will have fun and games planned for students during lunchtime! We are thankful for all they do to help our students be prepared and fed during each day!
Last week 3rd grade wrapped up their PLTW module on the Science of Flight. Students apply the design process to the problem of delivering aid to an area where supplies must be airlifted in and dropped to the ground from an aircraft. As a module wrap up, students tested their design on the high school track!
Last week during CollegeGOWeek our students showed off their future plans by dressing for success in their future careers, and trying out the student versions of future jobs. Here are some of the highlights!
One of the many great things about CES is our tight-knit community! Mrs. Hayden is an integral member of the CES team. There are many things that she does for our students and staff, many behind the scenes. She is currently battling breast cancer and our staff has really pulled together to show her how loved she is!
Each year the local Lions Club members, along with a team of professionals and some high school helpers visit to help conduct vision screening for all students in grades 1,3,5 & 8! Many hands and (lots of fancy equipment) make quick work. Thank you Lions Club for your service to our kiddos!
The annual Book Fair is here!! The books fair will run from October 3-11. More information can be found at https://www.scholastic.com/bf/carrollelementaryschool4 This year, in addition to having your child purchase items, you have the opportunity to support student classrooms by contributing to a teacher's "eWallet." Any donations made can be spent by that teacher on items that will be used by the classroom.
We are thankful for the many people who serve and work in our community! We enjoyed having all the emergency services along with local farm machinery reps share about the career and equipment with our kindergartners this week!
Here is the link to the CES October Newsletter!! https://www.smore.com/37ujg
On November 11, CES would like to honor the service and sacrifice of our veterans. To help us we are asking that CES families send us pictures of the veterans in their family. We will then show the photos as part of our Veterans Day program on November 11. If you would like to participate, please send a picture along with the veteran's name and branch of service to firstname.lastname@example.org by November 1.
REMINDER: CES will host an annual Title I meeting on September 28th at 9:00 am, and an identical meeting on September 29th at 5:30 pm. Meetings will be held in the downstairs, multimedia room at the Flora Monroe Township Public Library in Flora. All parents are welcome to come hear information about our Title I programming, the curriculum we use, and how parents can be involved in our school. In addition, CCSC Special Education staff will be on hand to provide consultation for any homeschool or non-public school patrons during the September 28 meeting.
Fun Friday photos from last week that include flying airplane and floating cookie experiments! Learning is always more fun when it is hands on!
Monday schools across Indiana will begin celebrating College GO Week! Students will explore what they can do now to begin preparing for their future careers, and post high school education options (including military, trade school, two year college, 4 year university, etc...) CES will have participate in the following dress up days to celebrate the great futures that liees ahead of our students!
6th grade scientists conducted a Skittles lab in class today! They were learning about the Scientific Method while exploring how long it takes to dissolve Skittles!
The staff and students are thankful for our friends at Northview Community Church! Recently they funded a year long project (planned out by Mrs. Ray) that will support fun, engaging activities for students and staff! Items that funds will be used for include purchasing read aloud books, PAW shop items to support our PBIS program, treats and more… Northview has supported many projects over the years, both financially and by helping out with school projects. We appreciate all they do to make CES a better place to learn and work! Pictured are Northview Outreach Coordinator Ashton Miller and CES Asst. Principal Mrs. Ray.