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One of Mrs. Capobianco's parents reading aloud to her child's class from Afghanistan!!!!
One of Mrs. Capobianco's parents reading aloud to her child's class from Afghanistan!!!!
Mrs. Capobianco's class enjoys a Read Aloud from a parent stationed In Afghanistan!!!
Mrs. Capobianco's class enjoys a Read Aloud from a parent stationed In Afghanistan!!!
Students start back on January 3rd
Students start back on January 3rd.
1st grade making gingerbread houses
5th grade Math Field Day winners!
5th grade Math Field Day winners!
Seth, leader in kindness
Seth, leader in kindness
Mason, leader in kindness
Mason, leader in kindness
Mrs. Mullenax & Splash
Congratulations Mrs. Mullenax on achieving National Board Certification!
Musket with Mrs. Starcher's class
Musket visits CLES
CLES
Science Fair!
Science Fair!

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Early Retirement Notification Considering Retirement

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Should I send my child to school? Sick Day

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Message from the Principal

Dear Parents/Guardians,

Happy New Year! January 2019 has arrived and brought with it the hope for health and happiness. Many of us have resolved to make changes in our personal lives, and we look forward to a new year of possibilities.

At school, we remain resolved to grow leaders, one child at a time. Our plans continue to evolve and change in ways that support our students academically, socially and emotionally. We look forward to more exciting learning opportunities, as we move through the rest of the school year.

Arctic Academy…

While our current weather is oddly mild, we must be prepared for when Mother Nature rears her head and causes the temperature to drop. The next time our forecast looks wintry, be listening for a School Messenger phone call. If the School Messenger mentions that it is an Arctic Academy Day, students will not report to school, but will stay home and complete work assigned in advance. Once the work is completed, the day will be counted as a day of instruction and will not need to be made up.

Students in Grades Pre-K through 2 will bring home the Arctic Academy Activity: Digital Resources Info Sheet, along with activity pages to be completed, some asking for parent participation. Parents will be easily able to understand the activities.

Older students in Grades 3 through 5, will complete assignments already downloaded to their Chromebooks. These assignments will have already been introduced to the students, at school, but on the Arctic Academy Day, teachers will be available for support via email and Engrade.

Anyone with questions is encouraged to contact your child’s teacher.

In Our Thoughts…

We are happy to welcome back, Mrs. Buck, who suffered a broken ankle earlier this school year, and we send good thoughts to Mrs. Cottrell and baby, and to Mrs. Marcus, who is recovering from surgery. We look forward to seeing both ladies very soon.

Happy Wintertime!

Mr. Gallon

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Our Mission:

At Cheat Lake, we are growing LEADERS one child at a time!

We L.E.A.D.

Love to Lead

Eager to Learn

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Determined to Succeed

 

 

 

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