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While you are here….

Hello, parents and guardians! You will be meeting with teachers for our fall parent-teacher conferences. While you are here, we need some feedback from you. You’ll find a Chromebook set up outside the classroom for you to access our Parent Survey and view a slide presentation on Title 1 services. Use the links below to do so.

CES Parent Survey

Title I Slide Presentation

Thank you for your participation.

Keith Nemlich

New Playground Needs Your Help

By Austin Heck

There isScreen Shot 2017-10-05 at 12.36.35 PM a new park being built in front of Central Elementary School. There will be a work party this weekend, October 6-8, to help build it.  People can help as long as they are 16 years old or older. People with children who would like to work, there is childcare provided. For more information or to sign up to help, call Parks Place and talk to Deb Witkus  her phone number is (802) 463-9927 or sign up on Facebook.  She will be working with Stephanie Heck, who will be babysitting. It will be fun! We are trying to have it done by October 10. Please Support your community!

Echo Pass Available in School Library

BY Cayden Gay

 

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There is something exciting in the CES Library that families can borrow! IT’S AN ECHO PASS!! If you don’t know what an echo pass is, it is a card that will give groups of four a discount to The Echo Leahy Center for Lake Champlain in  Burlington, Vermont. You and three guests can buy a ticket for $7.00 each. That is about half the regular ticket price, children under 2 get in for free. Echo is an aquarium/science center that displays live animals that live in the Lake Champlain. It is open from 10am-5pm daily. To get more details go to echovermont.org

 

Playground Help Needed!

We are getting ready to construct our NEW playground at Central Elementary School.  Join staff, parents and the greater community to help assemble the structures.  Any and all help is welcome.  Remember, many hands make light work! We look forward to seeing you!

Welcome Back CES Community!

The first day of school is August 30! The staff at CES can not wait to see you!    quote for website

Students can arrive for recess and breakfast 7:40 AM.  Dismissal is 2:45.

Farewell to Fourth Grade

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Click on the photo above to watch the Farewell to Fourth Grade video!

Families + Games + Books + Pizza = FUN!

IMG_7754JPGAs a culmination to our Play to Learn and Learn to Play theme, CES families were invited to an evening of Pizza and Play on June 1. Approximately 115 people participated in a variety of games and activities including Pictionary, Scattergories, Yahtzee, math card games, old fashioned top spinning, the parachute, Lincoln Logs, and Legos. Fun and games were followed by a book give away and a pizza dinner. Families also went home with dice, cards, and a packet of math games for the summer. This enjoyable evening was funded by consolidated federal grant monies  and CLiF (the Children’s Literacy Foundation). A great big thank you to all participants, helpers, and sponsors!

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Rockin’Ham 5K Race Results

rsz_503The third annual Rockin’Ham 5K took place on Saturday, April 8th!  215 runners finished the race!! Here are the race results:

Overall Race Results

By Age Groups

By Grade

CLiF Year of the Book 2016

Central Elementary School was a proud recipient of the Children’s Literacy Foundation’s (CLiF) Year of the Book grant for the 2015-2016 school year. CLiF’s Year of the Book provides $25,000 worth of literacy programs, support, and new children’s books over one school year to help build a culture of literacy in elementary schools across New Hampshire and Vermont. This program targets schools that have a high percentage of students scoring below proficient in literacy assessments, and a high percentage of students receiving free/reduced lunch. To learn more about CLiF and the Year of the Book, please visit CLiF’s website. Happy Reading!

CES Spy Van Escapade

Last week, Mrs. Pickering and Mr. Lawry took some CES students to Walpole to spy on the Chickens.

Watch their surveillance footage!