A small group of fourth graders have been working with Ms Danielle on an engineering endeavor. Students met in the art room Tuesday afternoons and were able to create a robot using basic shapes in the computer program Tinkercad. Once
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Lamoille North Supervisory Union is publishing its 27th edition of Fine Print, a creative writing magazine of student work. This is the only K-6 literary magazine of its kind in the state of Vermont. Selections were written by students in
Last Friday, the CES Farm-to-School program cooked with Mrs. Paula’s first graders, who made maple granola. The kids loved mixing and measuring the wet and dry ingredients, combining them, and getting the chance to see and smell cinnamon sticks. This
AND THE WINNER IS! The Red Clover Book award winner for this year is Meet the Dullards! by Sara Pennypacker (But knowing The Dullards, they will probably yawn when they hear the news…) The Dorothy’s List winner this year is The Terrible Two! by Mac
Cambridge Connections Summer Program information and registration packets went home today. Registration is due by Friday, June 2. You can also find information about the summer program and the registration form on the Cambridge Connections Website.
Thank you thank you thank you to the CES PTA and our families for making us all feel so appreciated this week. CES staff were treated to delicious trail mix, refreshing smoothies, a scrumptious luncheon, a daily raffle of prizes
CES Blood Drive Success! Our April 12th Red Cross Blood Drive produced 23 donors and 21 pints of blood. A big thank you to Mya Smith, a 5th grade CES student who along with Anita Lotto, Nurse Reed and Cindy
Today we announced the winner of our Breakfast in the Classroom contest. Ms. Randall’s Kindergarten classroom won sweatshirts for the entire class as they had the most kids eat out of the 5 week contest time. Ms. Randall and her
The fifth grade had a busy week at Starbase. Students built rockets and launched them off on Thursday.