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Upcoming Events
 
District Announcements
Pre-K News

Pre-K Screening Scheduled at Ball Elementary

Ball-Chatham’s Pre-K Screening, for children born between September 1, 2009 and May 23, 2011, is scheduled for May 12 and 13 at Ball Elementary School, 1015 New City Road, Chatham. Parents interested in the screening MUST call 483-2414, April 28 or 29 between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. to schedule an appointment for either May 12 or 13.

The screening includes evaluations in the areas of: academic ability; speech and language development; fine and gross motor skills; self-help skills; and social/emotional development.


Summer Activities

Glenwood Sports Camps Announced!
The Glenwood High School Sports Camps have been announced for this summer! Click here for all the details and the registration form. Please note that registration forms are due back to the GHS Athletic Office by May 9. Entries received after May 23 are subject to a $5 per child late fee.


Village of Chatham's Summer Recreation Program

The Village of Chatham has announced their line-up for summer camps and classes.There's something for everyone! Click here for all the details and register today!

Chatham Schools Receive Over $4,000 in Donations Through DonorsChoose.org!

What is DonorsChoose.org?
DonorsChoose.org is an online charity that makes it easy for anyone to help students in need. Public school teachers from every corner of America post classroom project requests on DonorsChoose.org. Individuals can browse the requests and give any amount to the one that inspires them. Once a project reaches its funding goal, DonorsChoose.org sends the materials to the school. This is an easy way to give and you know exactly who you are helping.

How has it impacted Chatham classrooms?
DonorsChoose.org has had a huge impact on the Ball-Chatham classrooms. Teachers have had many projects funded, receiving a variety of supplies for their classrooms including: CD players, audio books, storage baskets, focus seats, wireless headphones, Chromebooks, individual CD players, and an IPAD! Read more...


School Announcements
Titan Treehouse

Titan Treehouse…

It IS as fun as it sounds! Titan Treehouse is a treat earned by students that model appropriate behavior at school. Respectful, Responsible and Safe behavior earns the chance to be entered into the raffle and each week teachers randomly select a child’s name from a raffle.

Reasons to Get Involved:


*Being present at school provides a chance for you to get to know CES faculty and staff. While at a Titan Treehouse activity you’ll spend time with the students who are at school with your child.  Build familiarity with the people and places that make up your child’s day.

*The calendar is flexible. This is a year-round experience so there are open dates to fit in a time that works for you.

*If you like school parties, you will be a perfect fit for Titan Treehouse. It’s as much fun as a classroom party but much easier! Very little to coordinate and it’s a quick obligation.

*It’s influential and meaningful for the students. Kids love to be highlighted and time with a special guest is a real treat. You will be generously paid in smiles for your time!

How it Works:


*Parents plan and run 15-minute just-for-fun activities.

*Titan Treehouse will be generally be on Thursday afternoons at 1:50.

*Sessions alternate grade levels every other week; k-2 and 3-4.  This will keep the groups smaller each week:  no more than 30 kids for K-2, and 20 kids for 3-4.

What to Expect:


*Anyone with a background check on file can help. All students are involved in PBIS. This is a school-community reward and we want all students and families to understand that Titan Treehouse is a possibility for them.

*The kids love these activities! It’s a treat for them, but also a great time for the parents.

*You can choose the activity! (But feel free to work with the PBIS team for suggestions, if you need them.) Go for inexpensive & easy activities (sidewalk chalk, basketball shoot-out, freeze dance, window decorating…) based on your interests. Some of the most enriching experiences emerge from parents sharing what they love with our kids.  We do ask that you gather needed supplies, however, if you need assistance with materials please let us know.

*On your Titan Treehouse day, pop into the office and sign in. Depending on activity needs and space availability, you’ll be directed to where you need to go. Everyone at school supports PBIS so you’ll be a welcome guest.

Ask your student(s):
Have you ever been to the Titan Treehouse?
What are some activities you like to do at the Titan Treehouse or would like to do?

PBIS Parent Message
 

Parent to Parent: Recess

 

Although the New Year has brought many snow days and frigid temperatures, we are finally looking forward to warmer temperatures.  With this comes the return of outside recess!  We thank you for continuing to dress your children appropriately for outside recess, as the air and winds can still be brisk in our open surroundings. 

 

Participation in fun activities on the playground during school is extremely important for our children’s health and wellbeing.  It provides an opportunity for their minds to rest and bodies to exercise.  Our children need to be reminded that it is as important to be respectful, responsible, and safe on the playground as in the school building.  Appropriate language, behavior, and attitudes must peacefully transition from the classroom to the playground, with a particular emphasis on inclusion of others & sharing equipment and play objects.  It is okay to have fun however competition that hurts others feelings by actions or words isn’t appropriate. 

These values shouldn’t be forgotten at public playgrounds and other mutual recreational spaces.  Encourage your children to maintain a respectful, responsible, and safe stance while playing with friends and siblings.  Children need consistency to reinforce that they are responsible for good choices, regardless of the setting or atmosphere.

Ask your student(s):
What are some ways of being Respectful, Responsible and Safe at recess?
What should you wear out to recess and why?
Why do you need to follow directions while out at recess?
What are the names of the recess monitors?
What do you enjoy about recess?

 

 

New Adult Lunch Procedure

New Adult Lunch Procedure
We look forward to students bringing guests to lunch at CE and want to make you aware of our new payment procedure. All adult lunches will need to be paid in cash or check at the time of purchase.  Adults may not charge lunch on their child’s account.




School Calendar
Get Ready for the school year....

Below is the link to the School Attendance Calendar for the 2013 -14 school year.

Attendance Calendar 2013-14
Lunch and Recess Times
Lunch and Recess Times

Recess Lunch
Fourth 10:35-10:55 11:00-11:20
Second 11:00-11:20 11:25-11:45
Kindergarten 11:25-11:45 11:50-12:10
First 11:50-12:10 12:15-12:35
Third 12:15-12:35 12:40-1:00












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