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Dear Parents,

I am so excited to be your child's teacher this year!  This is my seventh year in education, and my third year at Creekview.  I am honored to be part of a Great Expectations AND Model PLC School, with a campus full of leaders!  I am also proud to be part of a campus that holds high-expectations for our students in a loving and positive manner.  As a Tomball graduate, I feel incredibly privileged to be able to give back to the community that helped mold and shape me into the educator I am today!

This website will tell you a little about me and some important information about our school year.  Please subscribe important news flash reminders or updates. 

I look forward to getting to know your child! I value parent involvement and encourage you to partner with me to make this the most successful year for your child.

Thank you, 
Jessica Knee
281-357-3070  ext. 5276

Mrs. Knee's Class Schedule:
8:10 - 8:40    Welcome
8:40    Tardy Bell
8:30 - 8:50    Rise & Shine
8:50 - 8:55    SEL
9:50 - 10:45    Conference Period/Specials
12:06 - 12:36    Lunch
12:50    Switch Classes
3:10 - 3:30    Recess
3:40    Switch back to Homeroom
3:50    Dismissal

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Teacher's Creed

I am a teacher.

I accept the challenge to be sagacious and tenacious in teaching every student, because I believe every student can learn.

I accept the responsibility to create a learning environment conducive to optimum achievement academically, socially, and emotionally.

I actively pursue excellence for my students and myself.

I provide a model of decorum and respect that guides my students as well as honors them.

I affirm superlative expectations for my students and myself.

I cherish every student.

I am a teacher. I change the world one student at a time.

 

Creekview Mission & Vision

Mission: Promising GREAT learning for all.

 

Vision: The professional learning community of Creekview Elementary School promises learning for ALL in a nurturing and collaborative culture.

 
Creekview Elementary School
 

Creekview Elementary School

 

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Weekly Update 11/08 - 11/13

Hello WONDERFUL Fourth Grade Families!

 

PROUD TEACHER ALERT:   Wow!  Our kiddos did an AMAZING job presenting Rise & Shine last week!  I am so impressed (however, not surprised) by the level of leadership and kindness that my fourth grade students displayed to their kinder buddies.  I owe Mrs. Fredrichs a huge ‘thank you’ for being so kind to record Thursday’s presentation and sharing it with me so that I can share it with you all!  Mrs.Knee’s R+S Video Link

 

Here are a few exciting things coming up!

  • Our class is scheduled to go to the BOOK FAIR TOMORROW (Wed, 11/10).  Both classes have definitely practiced the Life Principle of Patient this week!  I added an “assignment” in Schoology in the Reading course titled ‘Scholastic Book Fair Digital Flyer’  (not an actual assignment).  Students may log into Schoology from home to access the digital book fair flyer and our CES book fair webpage where they can browse over 13,000 titles featured at the book fair this week.  I highly encourage all students to access the flyer or webpage to get an idea of what they may want tomorrow, because we only have twenty short minutes to visit the book fair tomorrow.  Visit HERE to learn more and get started with eWallet.
  • Thursday, 11/11: Veterans Day - Wear RED, WHITE + BLUE!
  • Yearbooks are now available for purchase! Yearbook Purchase Link
 

What We're Learning This Week:

Reading: I can recognize and explain the elements of Drama, such as character tags, acts, scenes, and stage directions.  (We will have an assessment over Drama on Tuesday.)  Students will also be taking the Fall Reading CBA on Thursday which covers everything we’ve learned this year so far.

Writing:  I can determine my opinion or point of view on topic or text.  I can include my opinion within the introduction of the topic when writing an argument.

Social Studies:  I can analyze the way of life for the early Native Americans in Texas.

 

NOVEMBER BIRTHDAY SHOUT-OUT:

Happy Birthday to Jamison, Anthony, Roy, and Antonia!!! 

 

Important Updates + Reminders:

  • If you have not signed up or scheduled a parent-teacher conference, please let me know so that we can get you scheduled.  Our goal is to meet with each parent in order to work together so that we can successfully support and challenge our kiddos adequately.  We would also just love the opportunity to brag on your amazing student!
  • The 2021-2022 Bluebonnet Books list:  please encourage your child to as many of these books as possible (the goal is to read at least TEN books from the list) by Friday, January 21st, 2022.  There will be a special end of the year celebration for all students to meet this goal and pass the AR quiz.
  • Students can log on to Freckle at home to work on ELA skills that we’re covering in class.  If you have any questions about this or how to log on - just ask! 
  • Students are expected be reading at home each night. I encourage students to take an Accelerated Reader (AR) quiz after each book they complete.  Students have remote access to MyOn and Accelerated Reader until 6:00 pm every week night by logging in through their Clever student portal.
 

Thank you for all your love + support.  Have a wonderful week! ♡

 

Lots & Lots of LOVE,

Mrs. Knee

 

Weekly Update 11/01 - 11/05

Hello WONDERFUL Fourth Grade Families!

 

Our class is presenting Rise and Shine this week.  Please remember to have your child at school by 8:20 AM each morning so that they are able to practice their lines, and take a restroom break before the start of R&S at 8:30 AM.  This is a very exciting week, as we have the opportunity to partner with Mrs. Wolf’s kindergarten class.  :) 

 

What We're Learning This Week:

Reading: I can use context clues to determine the meaning of unknown words.  I can explain the structure of Drama, such as character tags, acts, scenes, + stage directions.

Writing: I can differentiate between ‘I’ vs. ‘Me’ and ‘Good’ vs. ‘Well’.  I can differentiate between ‘A’ vs.’ An’.   I can write a friendly letter and incorporate the five parts correctly.

Social Studies:  I can analyze the way of life for the early Native Americans in Texas.

 

NOVEMBER BIRTHDAY SHOUT-OUT:

Happy Birthday to Jamison, Anthony, Roy, and Antonia!!!

 

Important Updates + Reminders:

  • If you have not signed up or scheduled a parent-teacher conference, please let me know so that we can get you scheduled.  Our goal is to meet with each parent in order to work together so that we can successfully support and challenge our kiddos adequately.  We would also just love the opportunity to brag on your amazing student!
  • The 2021-2022 Bluebonnet Books list:  please encourage your child to as many of these books as possible (the goal is to read at least TEN books from the list) by Friday, January 21st, 2022.  There will be a special end of the year celebration for all students to meet this goal and pass the AR quiz.
  • Students can log on to Freckle at home to work on ELA skills that we’re covering in class.  If you have any questions about this or how to log on - just ask! 
  • Students are expected be reading at home each night. I encourage students to take an Accelerated Reader (AR) quiz after each book they complete.  Students have remote access to MyOn and Accelerated Reader until 6:00 pm every week night by logging in through their Clever student portal.
 

Thank you for all your love + support.  Have a wonderful week! ♡

 

Lots & Lots of LOVE,

Mrs. Knee

 
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Weekly Update 10/25 - 10/29

Hello WONDERFUL Fourth Grade Families!

Our class will be presenting Rise & Shine next week, November 1st - 5th.  I will be sending home scripts for parts by Wednesday so that they can be practicing their part at home.  I am thrilled that our class was chosen to be the only fourth grade class to partner + present with a kindergarten class this year!  This is a huge responsibility for our fourth graders as they will  be modeling expectations + behavior throughout the week for their kindergarten buddy, as well as supporting + guiding them through R&S each morning..  

 

What We're Learning This Week:

Reading: I can use context clues to determine the meaning of unknown words.  I can explain the structure of Drama, such as character tags, acts, scenes, + stage directions.

Writing: I can differentiate between ‘I’ vs. ‘Me’ and ‘Good’ vs. ‘Well’.  I can differentiate between ‘A’ vs.’ An’.   I can write a friendly letter and incorporate the five parts correctly.

Social Studies:  I can analyze the way of life for the early Native Americans in Texas.

 

OCTOBER BIRTHDAY SHOUT OUTS:

Happy Birthday to Tyson, Diya, Alex, James, Molly, Patricio, and Alexandria!

 

Important Updates + Reminders:

  • If you have not signed up or scheduled a parent-teacher conference, please let me know so that we can get you scheduled.  Our goal is to meet with each parent in order to work together so that we can successfully support and challenge our kiddos adequately.  We would also just love the opportunity to brag on your amazing student!
  •  2021-2022 Bluebonnet Books Please encourage your child to as many of these books as possible (the goal is to read at least TEN books from the list) by Friday, January 21st, 2022.  There will be a special end of the year celebration for all students to meet this goal and pass the AR quiz.
  • Students can log on to Freckle at home to work on ELA skills that we’re covering in class.  If you have any questions about this or how to log on - just ask! 
  • Students are expected be reading at home each night. I encourage students to take an Accelerated Reader (AR) quiz after each book they complete.  Students have remote access to MyOn and Accelerated Reader until 6:00 pm every week night by logging in through their Clever student portal.
 

Thank you for all your love + support.  Have a wonderful week! ♡

Lots & Lots of LOVE,

Mrs. Knee

tisd transportation change template  

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Weekly News 10/12 - 10/15

Hello WONDERFUL Fourth Grade Families!

Thank you to our PTO and Color Run Committee volunteers for all your hard work making the Creekview Celebration Color Run a true success!  I can honestly say our kids had a BLAST.

What We're Learning This Week:

Reading: I can analyze characters and their relationships. I can determine if a story is written from first or third person point of view. I can support my understanding (comprehension) with text evidence. {Reading Assessment this Friday!}

Writing: I can discuss the meaning of theme.  I can correctly write simple and compound sentences. 

Social Studies:  I can identify the Native American tribes of Texas.

Important Updates + Reminders:

  • If you have not signed up or scheduled a parent-teacher conference, please let me know so that we can get you scheduled. Our goal is to meet with each + every parent so that we can work together to support and challenge our kiddos.  Also, we would love the opportunity to brag on your amazing kiddo!
  • The 2021-2022 Bluebonnet Books list went home in Wednesday folders last week.  Please encourage your child to read 10 (or more) of these books by Friday, January 21st, 2022.  There will be a special end of the year celebration for those who read at least 10 books and pass the AR quiz!
  • Students should be reading at home each night and taking Accelerated Reader quizzes on the books they complete. They can access the AR quizzes via their Clever account until 6PM.
 

In other news:

  • I’d like to take a moment to brag on Mrs. Rauscher, TISD Teacher of the Year!  What an achievement, and she totally deserves it!  I feel privileged and blessed to have the most wonderful 4th grade team of teachers to work alongside.
  • I would also like to celebrate Mrs. Hickman, illustrator of Stand Tall and Wear Your Bow Tie.  Mrs. Hickman is one of many wonderful paras at Creekview and we are so lucky to have her!  
 

Thank you for all your love + support.  Have a wonderful week! ♡

 

Lots & Lots of LOVE,

Mrs. Knee



Transportation change template  

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Weekly News 10/04 - 10/08

Hello Fourth Grade Families of Rm# 507!

Here are a few exciting things coming up this week!

  • Wednesday 10/06:  Walk/Roll to School
  • Thursday 10/07:  Stomp Out Bullying Day.  Wear BLUE  to show your support to end Bullying!
  • Thursday 10/07:  Custodian Appreciation Day. Let's show our Custodians how much we love them! WRITE a note to say thank you.
  • Friday 10/08:  Creekview Celebration COLOR RUN!  
  • Friday 10/08:  EARLY DISMISSAL 12:40pm
 

What We're Learning This Week:

Reading: I can analyze characters in a story.  I can use and cite  text-evidence to support my reading comprehension.

Writing: I can discuss the meaning of theme.  I can tell the difference between complete and incomplete sentences. I can identify subject and predicate in a sentence. Word Study - Prefixes (fore- sub- de-).

Social Studies:  I can identify and explain the importance of early Texas explorers. 

 

OCTOBER BIRTHDAY SHOUT OUTS:

Happy Birthday to Tyson, Diya, Alex, James, Molly, Patricio, and  Alexandria!

 

Important Updates/Reminders:

  • Parent/Teacher conferences will go through October 15th. So, if you have not signed-up yet and you would like to let me know so that we can get you scheduled so that we can brag about your kiddo!
  • Principal Jordan sent out an update to all Creekview families Friday afternoon announcing the rollout of phase 2 for welcoming parent volunteers back to school.  For more information check out the Creekview PTO Homepage
  • Students can log on to Freckle at home to work on ELA skills that we’re covering in class.  If you have any questions about this or how to log on - just ask! 
  • Students should be reading at home each night and taking Accelerated Reader quizzes on the books they complete. They can access the AR quizzes via their Clever account until 6PM.
  • Does your child have an upcoming birthday? I’ve had a few parents ask about birthday ice cream passes for the whole class. Passes can be purchased through School Cafe for $1 each. We have 22 students in our class ($22).
  • Please remember WALKER and BIKER are two DIFFERENT locations for dismissal. If you have any questions please let me know! It is important for me to know if your child switches from walker to a biker or a biker to a walker.
  • If your child has a TRANSPORTATION CHANGE, please let us know by sending in a handwritten note. You can use this template to make it easy.  
  • Please make sure your child has a water bottle everyday to school. Our water fountains are back open this year but are just for filling water bottles only.
  • Remember to SUBSCRIBE to my class  EDLIO page for weekly updates about what your child is learning in class and about all the events we have planned at CES. It’s the best way to stay informed about your child’s classes. 
  • You can also JOIN our HOMEROOM album/app for photos of our class!
 

Thank you all  so much for your support!

 

Lots & Lots of LOVE,

Mrs. Knee

Weekly Update 9/27-10/01

Weekly News 9/27-10/01

Hello Fourth Grade Families!


We're off to another great week here at Creekview!


What We're Learning This Week:

Reading: I can analyze characters in a story.  I can use the signposts to help me understand the conflict and theme of stories.

Writing:  I can write small-moment narrative stories. I can tell the difference between complete and incomplete sentences.  I can identify subject and predicate in a sentence. Word Study - Prefixes (un, non, in)  

Social Studies:  I can identify regions of Texas. 


OCTOBER BIRTHDAY SHOUT OUTS:

Happy Birthday to Tyson, Diya, Alex, James, Molly, Patricio, and  Alexandria!


Just a Few Reminders:

  • Parent/Teacher are in full-swing! There are still a few families who still need to sign up.  Please use this LINK  to find an available time to schedule your conference.  If those times do not work for your schedule please let me know and we can get a different date and time scheduled. 
  • Students can log on to Freckle at home to work on ELA skills that we’re covering in class.  If you have any questions about this or how to log on - just ask! 
  • Students should be reading at home each night and taking Accelerated Reader quizzes on the books they complete. They can access the AR quizzes via their Clever account until 6PM.
  • Does your child have an upcoming birthday? I’ve had a few parents ask about birthday ice cream passes for the whole class. Passes can be purchased through School Cafe for $1 each. We have 22 students in our class ($22).
  • Please remember WALKER and BIKER are two DIFFERENT locations for dismissal. If you have any questions please let me know! It is important for me to know if your child switches from walker to a biker or a biker to a walker.
  • If your child has a transportation change, please let us know by sending in a handwritten note. You can use this template to make it easy.  
  • Please make sure your child has a water bottle everyday to school. Our water fountains are back open this year but are just for filling water bottles only.
  • Remember to SUBSCRIBE to my class  EDLIO page for weekly updates about what your child is learning in class and about all the events we have planned at CES. It’s the best way to stay informed about your child’s classes. 
  • You can also JOIN our HOMEROOM album/app for photos of our class!

Thank you all  so much for your support!


Lots & Lots of LOVE,

Mrs. Knee

Weekly Update 9/20-9/24

Weekly News 9/20-9/24

Hello Fourth Grade Families!


It was great to see so many of you at our open house!!  If you were unable to attend, or if you would like to review the information that was covered, you can find it here.  Please be on the lookout for parent/teacher conference sign ups coming soon!


What We're Learning This Week:

Reading:  I can select just-right books and monitor my focus.  I can identify the elements of plot in a story.  I can use the signposts to help me understand the conflict and theme of stories.

Writing:  I can write small-moment narrative stories. I can tell the difference between complete and incomplete sentences. I can identify verbs in sentences.  I can identify subject and predicate in a sentence.  I can identify a small moment in my life to become my first writing topic.  

Social Studies:  I can identify the significance of Texas symbols.


We LOVE to celebrate birthdays at Creekview!

SEPTEMBER BIRTHDAY SHOUT OUTS:

Happy Birthday to Taylor, Olivia, and Dominic! 


Just a Few Reminders:

  • Does your child have an upcoming birthday? I’ve had a few parents ask about birthday ice cream passes for the whole class. Passes can be purchased through School Cafe for $1 each. We have 22 students in our class ($22).
  • Please remember WALKER and BIKER are two DIFFERENT locations for dismissal. If you have any questions please let me know! It is important for me to know if your child switches from walker to a biker or a biker to a walker.
  • If your child has a transportation change, please let us know by sending in a handwritten note. You can use this template to make it easy.  
  • Please make sure your child has a water bottle everyday to school. Our water fountains are back open this year but are just for filling water bottles only.
  • Remember to SUBSCRIBE to my class  EDLIO page for weekly updates about what your child is learning in class and about all the events we have planned at CES. It’s the best way to stay informed about your child’s classes. 
  • You can also JOIN our HOMEROOM album/app for photos of our class! 

Thank you for your patience with all that comes with the beginning of the school year.

I also want to thank all the families who have generously donated items from my classroom wish list, these items will help to support your child's learning and growth this year! You are all awesome!


Thanks so much for your support!


Lots & Lots of LOVE,

Mrs. Knee

Weekly News 9/13-9/17

Hello Fourth Grade Families!


We have another exciting week of school ahead!  Here are a few things happening this week at CES:

Monday 9/13 - Kick of Digital Citizenship Week with a Dress Up Day! Protect your Identity - Dress up like a Secret Agent!

Tuesday 9/14 - Fall Picture Day

Thursday 9/16 - 4th Grade Open House (6-7pm)


What We're Learning This Week:

- Reading:  I can select just-right books and monitor my focus.  I can identify the elements of plot in a story.  I can use the signposts to help me understand the conflict and theme of stories.

- Writing:  I can identify verbs in sentences.  I can identify subject and predicate in a sentence.  I can identify a small moment in my life to become my first writing topic.  

- Social Studies:  I can identify the significance of Texas symbols.


We LOVE to celebrate birthdays at Creekview!

SEPTEMBER BIRTHDAY SHOUT OUTS:

Happy Birthday to Taylor, Olivia, and Dominic! 


Just a Few Reminders:

  • Does your child have an upcoming birthday? I’ve had a few parents ask about birthday ice cream passes for the whole class. Passes can be purchased through School Cafe for $1 each. We have 22 students in our class ($22).
  • Please remember WALKER and BIKER are two DIFFERENT locations for dismissal. If you have any questions please let me know! It is important for me to know if your child switches from walker to a biker or a biker to a walker.
  • If your child has a transportation change, please let us know by sending in a handwritten note. You can use this template to make it easy.  
  • Please make sure your child has a water bottle everyday to school. Our water fountains are back open this year but are just for filling water bottles only.
  • Remember to SUBSCRIBE to my class  EDLIO page for weekly updates about what your child is learning in class and about all the events we have planned at CES. It’s the best way to stay informed about your child’s classes. 
  • You can also JOIN our HOMEROOM album/app for photos of our class! 

Thank you for your patience with all that comes with the beginning of the school year.

I also want to thank all the families who have generously donated items from my classroom wish list, these items will help to support your child's learning and growth this year! You are all awesome!


Thanks so much for your support!


Lots & Lots of LOVE,

Mrs. Knee

Weekly News 8/30-9/3

Weekly News 8/30-9/3


What a great end to the THIRD week of school! I have enjoyed your kiddos these past few weeks!  I have definitely been blessed with the sweetest group of kiddos!

 

What We're Learning:

 

Reading: I can select just-right books and monitor my focus. I can identify the elements of plot in a story.

Writing: I can identify verbs in sentences. I can plan a story on a small moment in time.

Social Studies: I can identify the symbols of Texas.

 

Just a Few Reminders:

  • Please remember WALKER and BIKER are two DIFFERENT locations for dismissal. If you have any questions please let me know! It is important for me to know if your child switches from walker to a biker or a biker to a walker.
  • If your child has a transportation change, please let us know by sending in a handwritten note. You can use this template to make it easy.  
  • Remember to SUBSCRIBE to our class EDLIO page for weekly updates about what your child is learning in class and about all the events we have planned at CES. It’s the best way to stay informed about your child’s classes. 
  • You can also subscribe to our Homeroom app for photos of our class! 
  • Please make sure your child's water bottle is labeled with their first and last name. Our water fountains are back open this year but are just for filling water bottles only.
  • Thank you for your patience as we are perfecting our dismissal procedures. We are definitely faster than we were a couple weeks ago!

Thank you for your patience with all that comes with the beginning of the school year.

I also want to thank all the families who have generously donated items from my classroom wish list, these items will help to support your child's learning and growth this year! You are all awesome!

 

Thanks so much for your support!

 

Lots and Lots of LOVE,

Mrs. Knee

Weekly News 8/23-8/27

Hello Fourth Grade Families!

 

I will be posting here each week to let you know what we are working on in class and to share other school announcements!


Our book tasting was a great event today! My students did a great job previewing books in order to determine what books they would be interested in reading.


Thank you so much for all of your continued support and feedback. Thank you for bearing with us on dismissal - I assure you that everything will work out very soon! Again, thank you all for communicating with me any dismissal changes as well! I also want to thank all the families who have generously donated items from my classroom wish list, these items will help to support your child's learning and growth this year! You are all awesome!

 

This Week We're Learning:

Reading- I can monitor my own comprehension by stopping and jotting during independent reading. I can identify the elements of plot in a story.

Writing- I can identify common and proper nouns in sentences. I can generate ideas for writing.

Social Studies-  I can identify Texas symbols.

 

Just a Few Reminders:

  • Please remember WALKER and BIKER are two DIFFERENT locations for dismissal. If you have any questions please let me know! It is important for me to know if your child switches from walker to a biker or a biker to a walker.
  • If your child has a transportation change, please let us know by sending in a handwritten note. You can use this template to make it easy.  
  • Remember to SUBSCRIBE to our class EDLIO page for weekly updates about what your child is learning in class and about all the events we have planned at CES. It’s the best way to stay informed about your child’s classes. 
  • You can also subscribe to our Homeroom app for photos of our class! 
  • Please make sure your child's water bottle is labeled with their first and last name. Our water fountains are back open this year but are just for filling water bottles only.
  • As of right now, there are no virtual learning opportunities when your child is out for an extended period of time, so he/she will be required to make up all missed work/assignments upon their return.  
  • Please ask your child periodically what supplies they are running low on at school such as color pencils, markers, scissors, glue ect. We have enough supplies to start the school year, but typically by Christmas these supplies start to run out. 

Please let me know if you have any questions. My email address is jessicaknee@tomballisd.net


I look forward to an amazing year with you and your sweet kiddos! 


Lots of Love,

Mrs. Knee

Slots Still Available for Writing Camp Sign-up!

Hi Creekview Parents,

Fourth grade is gearing up to host a writing camp during school on April 13‐15, and we need your help! We are looking for volunteers, donated items, and
borrowed items. We are in need of volunteers to prepare materials for camp and to make decorations for the classrooms and pod area. In order to operate
within the current COVID guidelines, our volunteers will need to arrive on campus at 4:30 after the carline is done and be able volunteer their time without
their children on campus with them. I know this might be a challenge for many of our families, but perhaps you can plan ahead and make it happen. We SO
appreciate any and all help!!

If you are willing and able to volunteer your time or donate items for our camp, please view the links below to sign up!

*If loaning items for camp, please label them clearly with your name so we can return them to you! :)

If the slot you wanted has already been filled, or if the times don't work for you and your family, please let me know and I may be able to use your help at
another time or in a different way. Thank you so much for your endless support of our school and our students!

Jessica Knee & The Fourth Grade ELA Team

CES PTO Spring Fundraiser is Live!

It's that time of year again! The annual CES PTO Spring Fundraiser is now live!  This year it is all ONLINE!

CES PTO Online Auction Flyer: https://drive.google.com/file/d/11bHyjBFUNbZjRIfAF_SW7tGYJrk6kue_/view?usp=sharing

please see message from Christina Sherstad below:

We are holding a financial donation drive, online auction, and spirit wear sale all on one website!

Please see the attached flyer for more information.  We appreciate your support, please help us spread the word by posting to your edlio or schoology announcements page.  The announcement was in our  PTO membership toolkit system newsletter that went out to parents in an email Sunday, and we will be reaching out via social media.  This flyer will also be in your mailbox for THIS WEEK's Wednesday folders, and we included a copy for you as well! We wanted to let you know that you are welcome to bid and shop if you see anything that interests you or your family!

 

Thanks again for your support.  We hope you had a restful spring break!  

 

With Cougar Pride,

Christina Sherstad

CES PTO President

EIGHT EXPECTATIONS FOR LIVING:
 
Expectation 1
We will value one another as unique and special individuals.
 
Expectation 2
We will not laugh at or make fun of a person’s mistakes nor use sarcasm or putdowns.
 
Expectation 3
We will use good manners, saying “please,” “thank you,” and “excuse me” and allow others to go first.
 
Expectation 4
We will cheer each other to success.
 
Expectation 5
We will help one another whenever possible.
 
Expectation 6
We will recognize every effort and applaud it.
 
Expectation 7
We will encourage each other to do our best.
 
Expectation 8
We will practice virtuous living, using the Life Principles.