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Our theme this year is full STEAM ahead. The letters in STEAM stand for science, technology, engineering, arts, and math. We will be giving extra focus to these subjects this year along with implementing a new reading program called Reading Street. We are excited to have you join us on our expedition this year - full STEAM ahead!


Field Day 2015

CES Field Day 2015



One-room School Visit - Kindergarten 

One Room School K 2015




One-room School Visit 2015

Students from CES went to a day of school at the one-room schoolhouse in town. The focus for this year was 1943. Mrs. Gingrich and the Canterbury Historical Society organized and led the five days of visits. 

CES One-Room School 2015

 

Mr. Schroeder, a speaker from the Wright Museum, shared memorabilia from World War II. This time period is the focus for the one-room schoolhouse visits.

Trunk Presentation






Below are pictures of third graders working on robotics - a STEAM activity.

Robotics CES





Here are pictures of artifacts that Mr. Schroeder brought in. Have your child tell about these artifacts.

2015-03-19



 



CES  Remembers - Memorial Day 2015

CES Memorial Day 2015



Enjoy this video created by Mrs. Mayo's Kindergarten class based on the book The Best Part of Me. 







Spelling Bee
The annual fifth-grade spelling bee was held in January. Congratulations to all!

CES Spelling Bee 2015



Below is a link to a video for the visioning. This video will help community members, staff, and students, understand the visioning event and what it entails. Please contact CES or Misty McBrierty at the SAU with questions.

Google Docs Video




Students in fourth and fifth grades went on a field trip to the Wright Museum. They learned about the time period during WWII and saw many artifacts. This is the time period chosen for this year's visit to the one-room school house.

Wright Museum



Mrs. Wieck's fifth grade, along with Mrs. Gingrich and Mr. Gingrich, learned about, made, and launched rockets. Check out the progress below. 

Rockets 14







Parents may log in to view student artwork that your child has been working on in art class with Miss Cotnoir. Click on the link below.