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
Cambridge Elementary School 2017 Kindergarten Registration If your child will 5 years old by August 31st, 2017 and will be attending Cambridge Elementary School for the 2017/2018 school year you need to call Beth Brown at CES @ 644-8821 and
Bravo to our drama club students and directors Ellen Koier and Marie Dunbar-Cloutier for a very professional and hilarious musical production of “Princess Whatshername!” I absolutely love watching kids shine in this arena – many times they surprise us. These opportunities
On Friday April 14th, 2016 Cambridge Elementary School will be holding a Jump Rope for Heart event to raise funds for the American Heart Association. The event will run in the gymnasium during the physical education time. All envelopes are
It’s that time again! On Wednesday, a letter and parent input form were mailed to families of students in grade K-5. Parent input forms are due back to the main office by April 6. The teachers and I read all of these
BLOOD DONORS NEEDED! Giving blood doesn’t require much time. About an hour should do it. You can help save up to three lives in about an hour. The need is ongoing but the supply is not. Due to the overwhelming
Our final week before vacation has been a blast with so many fun literacy activities. Our students have been treated to visiting authors, stop drop and read, guest readers, and many other exciting activities to inspire a love of literacy.
It seems like winter just arrived, but for many of us, we now have our sights on spring and are dreaming of digging in the dirt! To raise funds for our school garden and nutrition education programming (taste tests, etc) , we are once again
The fourth grade is still reeling from their incredible Winter Wellness Week this week! Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, fourth graders met instructors from Smuggler’s Notch for lessons on downhill skiing, snowboarding and nordic skiing. Some students had never even put
Clap your hands for CES! Today we received a REALLY big check for $4,000 from the New England Dairy Council to support equipment and promotional materials for our breakfast in the classroom initiative AND equipment for yoga in the classrooms.