Reminder: Tomorow, Wednesday, September 9th is a Late Start. Students need to arrive 2 hours late. Doors at CES will open at 9:40 a.m. and class will start at 10 a.m. Buses will run 2 hours later.
February CES students worked on being Hard Workers for our character trait. The following students were chosen as the recipients for February: Cara Suick, Kailyn Holzhueter, August Ciha, Harper Zinzow, Nevaeh Becker, Evelyn Wendt, Alex Gordon, Jameson Richter, Easton Bernhardt, Ava Dehnert, and Ben Buckman Andrew Landowski, Addy Adas, and Keegan Johnson Alex Gordon, Brady Brandt, Kira Schmidt, Jill Thompson, Allison Hammons, Enzo Schmidt, Wesley Dunston, Annarose Grunwald, and Ella Bender Congratulations on being awesome Hard Workers. #gobluejayssdc
For Cambridge Elementary our January Character Trait was Honesty. Our students worked hard on different ways of being honest. Our Award Recipients for the month are: 4Kers - Michael Becker and Sydney Angerhofer - (Pic #1) 4Kers - Marlee Schaning and Maddie Roznik - (Pic #2) Kgn - 5th graders - Frank Roznik, Lynley Luebker, Nora Mabie, Evadne Richter, Ethan Jelle, Beau Evenson, Nolan Schwantes, Emmy Morfey, Lucas Fisher, Masina Lealaua, Addison Jerman, Evelyn VanDenEinde, Cash Cunningham, Fatima Lealaua, and Zoe Hoppman - (Pic #3) Missing at time of photo: Gus Mitchell and Colin Winkler. Well done all, that is how we SOAR at CES. #gobluejayssdc
December's Character Trait was Kindness! Our students worked hard every day on their kindness to others. These students received the "Kindness" Award this month: Piper Brovont, Ellie Bernhardt - (small photo); Wally Skjolaas, Marlina Sanchez, Everly Mabry, Austin Winkler, Easton Schwantes, Elena Kosanda, Tanner Furseth, Stone Streeter, Isabella Kelly, Jordyn Nottestad, Ignacio Luis-Flom, Gracie Rude, Shawn Rothe, and Mrs. Brown. Final photo: Jake Johnson, Hawkins Olson, Sullivan Daniel, Taylor Berge, Tess Marchant, Addison Shechter, Kaylee Lund, and Conor Suick. Great job being "Kind" to everyone.
Here at CES our October Character Trait was "Self Control". The students did wonderful working on ways to stay in control of themselves. The award recipients were: (Big photo) Evelyn Moe, Autumn Franklin, Ella Nordstrom, Eva Wurtz, James Rosploch, Abbey Rusch, Miley Olson, Brielle Martin, Lana Lowell, Shelby Wilke, Cael Klemp, Alonya Kessler, Benjamin Radloff, Sophia Downs, Elisabeth Guld, Elena Pratiwi, and Everett Heaslip (not pictured). (Small photo) Braxton Crawford, Alanna Beck, Mallory Olson, Macie Bell, and Katherine Rogers. Nice job students; that is how we SOAR at CES! #gobluejayssdc
REMINDER PARENTS! TOMORROW, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23 IS A NORMAL START DAY. NO LATE START
Mark Your Calendars and Save the Dates Summer School is confirmed for Summer 2020: Session 1 - June 8th - July 3rd Session 2 (Jump Start) - August 3rd - 13th
September's Character Trait was a refresher of our 3-B's Be Respectful, Be Responsible and Be Safe! The following were are September Award Recipients: Pic 1: Emily Burlingame, Lola Grauerholz, and Avery Schutte. Pic 2: McKenzie Omit, Stella Sims, Natalie Hoppman, Alayna Nelson, Ivy Kosanda,Louie Manakeas, Ainsley Martin, Blake Raether, M.J. Kennedy, Jackson Rue, Vivian Fisher, Hazel Harris, Nathan Lothe, Nadia Simbieda, Brady Thayer, Ali Melendez, Blake Nottestad, Vivienne Eckerman, Colin Fisher, and Melissa Jingga-Maron. Congrats and keep up the great work.
Top Notch Teacher Story - Channel 3 at 4:00 p.m. today featuring our own retiring 5th grade teacher Mr. Dean Smithback. Be sure to tune in or DVR.
Each year the Greater Dane County Advanced Learner Network sponsors a haiku poetry contest for fourth grade students. Approximately 3000 haiku were submitted and judges selected less than 40 winning entries for publication in the 2019 anthology. Three Cambridge Elementary School students were recognized for their exceptional haiku: Jill Thompson, Alyssa Breunig, and Melissa Jingga-Maron. They were invited to attend an award ceremony at Eagle School in Fitchburg on Monday, April 29th. Adam Kern, Professor of Japanese Literature and Visual Culture at UW-Madison, was the emcee for the event and one of the judges for this year's contest. Congratulations on your winning Haiku.
Every year Ag in the Classroom for Jefferson County has a writing contest. This year's subject was "Wisconsin Farmer's Markets". Our 4th graders wrote essays pertaining to that theme and their teachers entered them into the contest. Sofia Scicero from Ms. Jablonski's class won First Prize which was an Ice Cream Party for her classroom, a certificate and monetary prize. Macy Robinson from Mrs. Mosey's class received 3rd place and received a certificate and monetary prize. We are fortunate to have so many talented writers in our 4th grade class that two from our school were selected. Here are a few photos from the day Sofia and Macy received their awards.
Our 5th graders recently took the Cambridge Council's Knights of Columbus Math and Spelling Tests. For Math there was a 3-way tie for First Place among Thomas Carlson, Carter Rosenberg, and Daniel Swain. Alyssa Gottschalk took Second Place. For the Spelling Test Aiden Nordstrom took First Place and Thomas Carlson took Second Place. When these students moved on to the Diocese Level testing in Sauk City, Daniel Swain took First Place for Math and Aiden Nordstrom took Third Place for Spelling. Daniel Swain moved on to the State Level testing in Wisconsin Rapids where he took Third Place for Math. Way to go everyone, well done. #gobluejayssdc
The CES "Green Team" has been busy this year working on recycling as much of the lunch waste as possible. From left to right are Allison Hammons, Ana Lothe, Oliver Miller, Tanner Furseth, Mason Medley, Addison Shechter, Vivienne Eckerman, Landon Hill-Houk, Kinsley Johnson, Wren Timp, Aurora Sullivan, Lucy Grauerholz, Anna Belle Dunston, Kailyn Holzhueter, Paisley Lemon, Lillyeth Gonzalez, Alyssa Breunig, Kimmie Roidt, Alonya Kessler, Wyatt Beattie, Luke Marren, Mr. Holt, Mrs. Helgestad, Mrs. Bamlett, Mrs. Long, Mrs. Abel, Adrianna Calame, Dakota Eagen, and Mrs. Overhouse.
Our March character trait was Perseverance: "Doing something despite difficulty or delay in achieving success". The following students were Award recipients for their perseverance during March: Ben Marchant & Easton Bernhardt from A.M. 4K and Ashton Thayer, Brilee Yach, Jacey Peter, Lottie Marsh, Sawyer Harrison, Michael Kinney, Hawkins Olson, Aiden Williams, Gus Mitchell, Jude Brown, Annilee Legge, Marley Marsh, Leslie Zimmerman, Emmet Maddocks, Taylor Strohbusch, Carter Rosenberg, Dani Olson, Bryce Rahn, Ari Buss, and Owain Nelles. Nice job working hard on your goals.
Our 4Kers are once again collecting food donations for our local food pantry. Please consider sending in a donation with your elementary student tomorrow or Friday and the 4K will be happy to collect it from their classrooms. Thank you in advance for your donations. As you can see they are off to a great start.
Cambridge Elementary was visited by Commissioner of Insurance, Mark Afable today as part of Governor Evers initiative to celebrate Read Across America Day. He visited our 5K classes, read them a book and answered questions. The kids even get to take home a "Look forward to your future" animal. Thank you so much for joining us Commissioner Afable.
Empathy - the ability to understand and share the feelings of another. Our elementary students learned and practiced this character trait during February. Those selected as our award recipients for empathy are: Sophia Stafford, Blake Raether, Carter Sterwald, Evadne Richter, August Lund, Kira Schmidt, Mackenzie Brainard, Evelyn Wendt, Olivia Anderson, Josie Lund, Jayden Bamlett, Taylor Berge, Allan Dys, Luke Blackwood, Sofia Scicero, Tara Bettenhausen, Helena Schmitt, Paisley Treige, Grayson Daniel, Lucy Grauerholz, and Norah Beattie (all picutred together). Our a.m. 4K recipients are: Rheese Raether and Corbin Klemp (small group). Congratulations to all our February recipients. #gobluejayscsd
Cambridge Elementary's Character Trait for January was Positivity. Apparently we had to stay positive through our January days off. We are posting a little late but wanted to celebrated these students who were selected for being Positive throughout the month. Large group from left to right and front to back is: Ryan Rothe, Ainsley Martin, Gwendolyn Stecker, Jane Stevens, Aubrey Latsch, Paige Reinstad, Quinn Fitzgerald, Austin Winkler, Owynn Maddocks, Evelynn Reed, Macie Bell, Ben Hottman, Greyson Conlon, Samantha Brandenstein, Brady Thayer, Amara Nasett, Henry Carlson, Marissa Schneider, Jill Thompson, and Colin Fisher. Small group is: Brodie Kemler, Isaiah Evraets, and Madison Engelberger. Congratulations to all our award recipients.
Attention 5th Grade Parents, Grandparents, and Friends! Due to our wonderful winter weather The Science Fair has been rescheduled for Wednesday, February 13th, in the school commons. Same times 1:30-2:45 pm AND 5:30-7:00 pm. Guests are welcome at either time. We look forward to seeing you and your students!
Kindness was our character trait for December. The following students received this award: Alana Sable, Nora Mabie, June Fitzgerald, Samantha Sable, Hunter Eikland, Kyler Bamlet, Shelby Wilke, Ellaree Heaslip, Ismaeel Ahmad, Reese Danto, Lisbeth Dunston, Blake Schutte, Mason Neuenschwander, Gavin Peter, Kailyn Holzhueter, Alyssa Breunig, Hailey Carcia, Tanner Furseth, Kai Knoot, Sam Knudson, and Shiras Gent. Also pictured our morning 4K - Walker Grunwald and Savannah Legler. Congratulations students, keep up the great work.
CES November Character Trait was Patience! Our award recipients were Ava Morfey, Louie Manakas, Braelie Alder, Hayden Tomczak, Mason Bamlett, Bernadette Eckerman, Calvin Grunwald, Fiona Brown, Mallory Hellenbrand, Mickoline Swain, Aticas Kessler, Mikey Manakas, Brayden Rahn, Vivienne Eckerman, Anna Downing, Rylan Tobias, Sam Prasetyo, AnnaBelle Dunston, Perla Brewer, Sawyer Lawson, Tessa Schmude, and Natalie Gunnelson. Good job everyone on practicing patience with teachers, staff, friends and yourselves. #gobluejayssdc
CES was lucky again this year to have a visit from Tia Nelson. Tia met with our Ecology Club, a WIN group, and led a talk with some of our 3rd-5th grade classes. Tia's passion for our Earth and recycling was contagious. Thank you Mrs. Cutcher for again setting up this annual visit and thank you Ms. Nelson for wanting to share your knowledge and passion with us. #gobluejayscsd
Parent/Teacher Conferences are this evening and tomorrow morning. Hope we see you. While you are here, be sure to visit our PTO sponsored Scholastic Book Fair in Room 129. Please also note it is a great time to bring a food donation for the 2nd grader's turkey bags, they are collecting for the Food Pantry. Also the the Food Pantry is accepting donations for their clothing drive. Lastly, it is always a great time to check our Lost & Found before we donate that as well. Thank you.
Character Trait Award recipients for October (Cooperation) are: 4K-AM - Everett Heaslip and Wally Skjolaas. Lena Skjolaas, Ethan Jelle, Lynley Luebker, Kai Pero, Casey Travis, Caitlin Terland, Emma Eklof, Mason Oldenburg, Alexa French, Scott Mehringer, Liam Clemens, Oliver Kussman, Cohen Kyburz, Asher Werdin, Owen Calame, Anya Lawrence, Addison Bauler, Jett Horton, Jacob Olson, Addie Jerman, Lucas Fisher.
CES 4th graders and Mrs GI harvested the Three Sisters from our school garden. They will be using them in their upcoming Chef in the Classroom and learning about the Three Sisters (squash, beans, and corn) in their upcoming Native American unit. Pictured with Mrs. G.I. are: Sophia Scicero, Charlie Sonnentag, Ben Baker, Trevor Polster, Colin Fisher, Adalina Adsit, Scarlett Jelinek, Taylor Berge, Kaylee Lund, Kailyn Holzhueter, Addison Jerman, Ellie Gottschalk, Caden Toycen, Jill Thompson, Jack Baker, Sam Prasetyo, Aurora Chesebro.
Our Third graders had their annual Fire Prevention Week visit from our local fire fighters today. This year's theme is "Look. Listen. Learn. Be aware Fire can happen anywhere". Students were encouraged to draw a poster using the theme. This year's first place winners are: Paige Reinstad (G1), Casey Travis (G2), Colin Winkler (G3), Hailey Garcia (G4), and Marissa Schneider (G5). Congrats to all the winners and to our second and third place finishers as well. We appreciate everyone who submitted posters. We had a great many this year for them to judge. The day started with an "all school" fire drill run by the fire department The students learned fire safety, having an exit plan, and all about the trucks and what they carry and they each got to practice hose duty. A great annual event, thank you Cambridge Volunteer Fire Squad/EMS
SDC will be offering their "Grief Group" again for students needing this important service.
Our kindergartners were the first grade to enjoy Chef In the Classroom this year. Their event was based on the book, Stone Soup. A school garden section was planted specifically with this is mind. They used the vegetables from their plot in the making of Stone Soup that Chef Gene Gowan made with an assist from Mrs. G. I. The soup turned out delicious and the kids enjoyed the experience. Thanks to all who have helped with the school garden.
Our September Character Trait Award Recipients for the 3B's are: Picture 1 is 4K-PM - Dresden Richter and Alayna Nelson. Picture 2 is our group of 4K-5th graders.Nevaeh Becker, Kate Moe, Elena Pratiwi, Tess Marchant, Makenna Rehr, Annabel Fleck, Leigha Brower, Sabrina McGee, Emmerson Morfey, Jordyn Nottestad, Sami Davis, Kayln Ley, Riley Mancheski, Kate Knudson, Kinsley Johnson, Addy Weeks, Finley Tuscic, Noah Rice, Drake Thompson, Addison Shechter, and Charlie Sonnentag.
PTO FUNDRAISER REMINDER! Final week for making your PTO Fundraiser donations. Please send your forms back to your child's school as soon as possible. The PTO's goal is $20,000 this year and they are currently at $2,500. There is still plenty of time to make a difference in the lives of our students. Thank you.
REMINDER: Picture Retake Day is Friday, Sept. 28th. (Oct. 8th for 4K)! If you didn't love your child's photos and want them taken again be sure to send back the original pictures in the original packet. For those who didn't have them taken yet new picture envelopes will be coming home for you to make your selection and send back payment. SMILE AND SAY CHEESE!
CES had their PBIS Booster today and students were reminded of appropriate behavior in the classrooms, hallways, buses, playground, restrooms and cafeteria. Teachers, Mr. McGowan, bus personnel and even Bruiser helped them along the way. We would like to thank everyone for participating in this important reminder for students. It was also a time for our Peer Mediators to be trained for their role in the coming months. Here are some photos.
Jacy Eckerman, F2S, worked diligently this summer to create an additional composting station for the elementary school. With some help from Rachel Grauerholz and another friend they delivered it to CES so it was ready for the first day. With two it should cut down on time and move students swiftly through the recycling station/learning center. Thank you to all involved for the great addition. "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it is the only thing that ever has"...Margaret Mead #gobluejayscsd
Reminder 4K Families - Our 4K Orientation is Tuesday, August 28th at 5:30 p.m. We are asking you to be prompt so our evening program will run smoothly. Students will be able to meet their teacher and other important staff, bring in their supplies, and get a bus ride.
Reminder CES Families - Ready, Set, Go Open House for grades K-5th is Wednesday, August 29th from 4-6 p.m. Students can meet their teachers and drop off their supplies.
The School District of Cambridge will once again provide an excellent academic opportunity for students to be better prepared to start the 2018-2019 school year. “Jump Start” is an excellent way to ensure readiness for the 2018-2019 school year while brushing up on academic skills, classroom expectations and fun! Eligible students will receive an invitation letter in the mail the week of July 23rd. All of the above classes are held at Cambridge Elementary School and run Monday through Thursday; August 6-16. Please contact Jenny Loether at 608-423-7335 and/or send email to email@example.com to enroll.
Due to SkyWard being down today, we were unable to hand out schedules or make changes. All kids were accounted for but some may not have been in the right classes. Sorry for any inconvenience.
Our PBIS goal for the last month of school was Bluejay Pride. Our Winners are: 4K - Blake Trieloff and Jack Wethal from our morning classes and Sabrina McGee and Anastazia Gordon from the afternoon. Front Row: Cora Ballweg, Amara Nasett, Adlina Adsit, Kayden Hahn, Grace Leto, Lana Luebker, Back Row: Alyssa Gottschalk, Samantha Sable, Lina Dayton, Lena Swain, Jackson Stockwell, Sam Prasetyo, Colin Landowski, Mya Robinson, Ella Jerman, Evelyn VanDenEinde, Oscar Brown and Ryland Tobias
Earlier this year our 5th graders joined the middle schoolers in taking the Knights of Columbus sponsored Math and Reading Tests. These students earned medallions for their hard work and great efforts. Kaylee Farrar, Matt Buckman, Ben Vanden Heuvel, and Alex Rubio. Rich Loether, Grand Poobah made the presentations today.
Our April Character Trait was perseverance . The following students received awards for their hard work and never give up attitudes. Mason Bamlett, Kilynn Wolf, River Mabry, Hayden Tomczak, Devon Erickson, Cally Gill, Dawn Thony, Blayde Whiteaker, Lisbeth Dunston, Gracie Brandt, Pyper Lemon, Devon Erickson, Miley Olson, Kal Kvalheim, Gavin Peter, Addison Jerman, Macy Robinson, Lluvia Chavez Portillo, Kyla tobias, Macie Bell, Carley Stenklyft, and Shiloh Burlingame.
Yesterday was National Teach Kids to Save Day! We were lucky enough to have a group from United Community Bank come in and share their knowledge with our first grade classrooms. Never too early to start saving. Thank you to Kevin Mehringer, Amy Simdon, Nicole Rothe, Vallene Krigbaum and Robin Hanson. They told me they were honored to be allowed to come in to teach for an hour. They enjoyed the time spent with the children!
CES parents, unfortunately yearbooks have been ordered and we are not taking any more orders as of today. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
There was a work crew at CES working in the garden. over the weekend. They filled the raised beds with soil, leveled off areas, and just all around made the garden look fantastic. Come on sun and planting season. Don't fail us now. We would like to thank all who helped and donated their time on Saturday morning.
Summer School Booklets will be available online next week. Sorry for the delay. Need a few finishing touches.
Our March Character Trait Award Winners for Fairness. Lana Lowell, Aubrey Latsch, Sofia Hughes-Tiedemann, Elena Pratiwi, Evelyn Wendt, Brielle Wagner, Bransyn Perry, Tanner Furseth, Logan Laws-Lynch, Sam Grender, Jack Baker, Colin Landowski, Christopher Carter, Kai Knoot, Aiden Sperle, Drew Holzhueter, Alex Rubio, Hannah Johnson, Frankie Manakas. Separate photo of Isabelle Clemens and Lena Skjolaas.
CES 5th graders and NMS students recently took the Knights of Columbus Math and Spelling tests. These students competed this weekend in the mid-finals. First row 5th graders Ben Vanden Heuvel, Matthew Buckman. Back row NMS students Cade Nottestad, Hailey Last, Tyler Breunig, and Brynn Gowan. Matt finished second in Math and will continue on to the State level. Well done everyone and Good Luck Matt!
Congratulations to our January Character Trait Award Recipients. January's trait was Positivity. Good job being positive William Gottschalk, Jacey Peters, Makenna Rehr, Brooklyn Bristol, Riley Kussman, Laura Granquist, Morgan Rockney, Clara Stevens, Gracie Rude, Kane Hady, Oscar Boyd, Wyatt Beattie, Rylee Brattlie, Trevor Polster, Lydia Thompson, Shanna Schlieckau, and Carter Rosenberg.
Hello parents! Even though this information was recently sent home via Skyward to all we feel it is good information at this time of year to remind parents. It is flu season. Please read the attached for our school protocol on students returning after illness. Wishing you all a healthy rest of winter.
The School-Day today, Thursday, January 11th, 2018, will end at each buildings normal release times. ALL after-school practices and events, including CAP-related practices and activities have been cancelled. Including Cap Care, Youth Center, Pool, Fitness Center.
Cambridge Child Development Day Invites Kids and Parents to School on February 16, 2018. Cambridge area parents and their children (ages 2 years, 9 months through 5 years, 0 months) are invited to attend Child Development Day on Friday, February 16th from 9:00 am-1:30 pm at Cambridge Elementary School. Children who attend this free event will have the opportunity to interact with other children and school staff in a play-based environment while parents learn about community services available to families and young children. All children who are age 2 years, 9 months through 5 years, 0 months are encouraged to attend this event. Gift bags and refreshments will be available to those who participate. Please call Cambridge Elementary School at 608-423-9727 to register for a time slot. 4K Registration - February 16, 2018! Parents of children who will be age 4 on or before September 1, 2018 are encouraged to register their child/ren for 4-Year-Old Kindergarten on February 16th, 2018 at Cambridge Elementary School from 9:00 am-2:00 pm. Please bring in a copy of your child’s birth certificate to be verified. Registration materials will be mailed to parents upon request by calling Cambridge Elementary School at 608-423-9727
CES 4th graders were given the chance to bid on a pizza party with Mrs. Overhouse our Reading Assistant. The bids came from "funds" they earned in class. These lucky bidders got to have lunch with Mrs. Overhouse today and they had pizza, cookies and soda. Cal Nottestad, Finley Tuscic, Mrs. O, Tommy Carlson, Jude Young, Samantha Gjertson and Jacob Olson. Thanks for the leftover treat Mrs. Overhouse.
PTO treated the students who brought in the most donations for their fundraiser to a Limo ride and lunch at CC Sandwiches today. Here are our lucky riders. Paisley Treige, Aiden Williams, Anika James, Ryan Rothe, Shawn Rothe and Mr. Holt, Tyler Richardson, Malina Schneider, Marissa Schneider, Ava Williams, Remi Settersten, and their limo driver.
Reminder, tonight is a PTO Pizza Night at Cambridge Elementary. Pizza is available for delivery or carry out or you can eat here and go the the Student Council Movie. Phone orders accepted 4-6:45 p.m. and serving times are 4:30 - 7:00 p.m. Come out and support your PTO.
Tonight is Movie Night at CES, sponsored by our Student Council. Tonight's movie is BFG (Big Friendly Giant). Movie starts at 6 p.m. students need to be accompanied by an adult. Popcorn and bake sale available.
Our October Character Award Winners for Cooperation are Jack Sarallo, Kenli Schulz, Jane Stevens, Shelby Wilke, Gavin Aubihl, Colton Murphy, Blake Schuette, Brady Thayer, Charlotte "CoCo" Brown, Katya Sopkovich, Kaylee Farrar, Marissa Schneider, Remi Settersten, Aaron Dehnert, Sofia Scicero, Mason Medley, and Lillyth Gonzalez.
Alice Kang with WMTV15 was here today to interview our Uncle Ben's finalists Sam and Gordon Grender. She is hoping the coverage will air tonight at either 5 or 6 p.m. during the news. Thought you might want to watch it. Remember to keep voting daily.
The PTO Fall Fundraiser is in full swing! This year, after a lot of feedback from the community, PTO is trying a brand new idea. Nothing to buy, sell, or bake; no races to run, swim or bike. Please support our “no muss, no fuss” fundraiser so we can continue to do great things for our students. Please return the envelope included with the fundraiser packet to the office at your child’s school or make your donation online at www.cambridgewipto.com.
Reminder: If you haven't completed the "on-line" portion of registration please be sure to do that promptly. It helps us know that we have everything loaded correctly for your child/ren. Even if you attended Registration on August 9th this still needs to be completed. You will find access under the menu page under Family Access. If you don't recall your password, call the office and we can assist you. Thank you.
Ready, Set, Go is August 30th from 4-6 p.m. Visit your child's room and drop off their school supplies.
4K Orientation is August 29th and it starts promptly at 5:00 p.m. in the Elementary Little Theater.
Photo Retake Day! Sorry for any confusion the date for retakes is TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26TH.
Jump Start 2017 will be Mon, Aug 7th through Thurs, Aug 17th at CES from 8:00-12:00. Personal invitations have been sent to students whom teachers recommended. Please call the office if you did not receive a letter and would like more information.
Congratulations to our “Tolerance” award recipients for the month of April! Hannah Johnson, Norah Beattie, Sophia Chisholm, Esperanza Gonzalez, Amerie Timler, Jordyn Davis, Mrs. Long (how did she sneak in there) Benjamin Fisher, Grace Leto and Dawn Thony. The month of May our focus is on Citizenship! A good citizen is someone who respects others and their property. He/she is helpful and considerate, willing to put others first. He/she listens to the views of others and thinks about what they have to say. He/she works hard. He/she is well mannered and pleasant. He/she is always willing to learn.
We have a Student Inventor at CES! This is James who saw a need in his classroom and took action. Each day in Mrs. Brown's 4th grade class, 20 math journals are turned in for grading. Sometimes classmates would forget and it would take counting and rechecking so that everyone's journal had been accounted for. This would take some time, so James invented this JOURNAL COUNTER. You simply line the books up along the edge and easily measure how many journals had been turned in using the number line. James worked on this project with his dad at home and took pride in sharing all of the parts of his idea, transforming and idea into something useful. The class loves it! James' solution helps us be more efficient in our classroom. Great invention, James, and keep up the creative thinking!
Cambridge Elementary School Shout Out! Airs for 4K/2nd/Grade 5-Steven on April 21st at 4:45 and 6:45 a.m. on Channel 15. Airs for Kgn/1st/3rd on April 26th at 4:45 and 6:45 a.m. on Channel 15. Airs for 4th/5-Davis/5-Smithback on May 4th at 4:45 and 6:45 a.m. on Channel 15. They will also be able to be viewed at NBC15.com.
Summer School Information and booklets can be found here: http://cambridgewi.apptegy.us/o/district/page/summer-school--12
Sorry for any inconvenience but the Summer School Course Booklets will be available in the next couple of days. We are re-looking our fees as we have new classes.
Our 4K classes are doing a food drive this week, March 27 - 31. If you would like to participate please send non-perishable items with your students and the 4Kers will pick them up from the classrooms. Thank you for your support