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Mindset Carol Dweck.  How to use praise well.

Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Teaching and Learning.  Sharroky Hollie.  Classroom Practices for Student Success

 

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Character Counts!

Soul Shoppe!

We are delighted to bring Daniel Bruno and Soul Shoppe to CC this year.  Funded by the CEF and the school, this program will focus on character building traits such as: respect, friendship, responsibility, caring.  We have scheduled workshops and assemblies during the year for our students and will be introducing the Peace Path to the school.

Mrs. Christy Glaser, Principal

Monthly Letter

March 2, 2015

Dear Parents,

It's hard to believe that March has already arrived! Last month was filled with lots of fun celebrations from Valentine's to the 100th day of school. The PTA put on an amazing Science Night complete with food trucks, NASA, and star gazing. 

March brings many events to look forward to as well! It kicks off this Wednesday, March 4th with our Donuts with Dads or Someone Special. Students will come to school and proceed to their classrooms at the regular time. Adults will sign in and get a visitors sticker, and coffee and donuts for the grown ups will be available in the MPR. Adults then proceed to the classrooms for a short book presentation. To make things more streamlined with our new Volunteer Management System, all adults in the classroom will be viewing a book presentation, not reading with small groups of students as in the past. This means you do not have to be volunteer cleared to listen to the book presentations for this event. You just need to sign in as a visitor and get your visitor sticker.

Our next big event is on March 12th, Reading Night at 6:30pm! Mrs. Ellman will be reading in the MPR while parents have the opportunity to attend presentations from teachers on how to help your readers at home. 

Also on Marth 12th, we will have our first English Learner Advisory Committee meeting before Reading Night at 6:00pm in the Science Room. This is an opportunity for the parents of our English Learner students to hear about what their students are experiencing at school.

Finally, our biggest fundraiser of the year is coming up, the Country Club Affair on April 18th! Tickets are still avaialble by clicking here. I look forward to experiencing this amazing event with you!

Warmest regards,

Christy Glaser

Principal

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