Join us on February 23rd, 2018 at 8:10 AM as we celebrate the past month’s accomplishments, and look ahead! This week we’ll be celebrating ‘I Love to Read Week’ with a character parade and some special presentations. The live stream
Today a talented crew of Lamoille Union athletes and musicians led us in a pep rally to kick off ‘I Love to Read Week’ in style. What a great way to start a fun week of reading! Thank you to
For the 30th year, the National Geographic Society is holding the National Geographic Bee for students in fourth through eighth grades in thousands of schools across the United States and in the five U.S. territories, as well as in the
Join us as we celebrate this month’s accomplishments! This month Mrs. Rooney shared information about mentoring, Mrs. Anderson recognized students who are practicing the habits of mind, and we kicked off the Big Change Roundup with a presentation from Russ
On Tuesday, October 10 2017, CES students participated and took first place in the annual Lamoille North Spelling Bee! Green Mountain Access Television shared a video of the event with us. Lamoille North Supervisory Union Spelling Bee, 2017 from Green
“The cookie jar people hopped out one night When the cookie jar lid was not on tight.” On Friday, December 22, 2017, the kindergarten classes presented their annual holiday production of The Runaway Cookie play and shared a selection of
Join us as we celebrate this month’s accomplishments! Today the kindergarten presented a preview of their annual runaway cookie play, and Mrs. Anderson recognized students that have been practicing the Habits of Mind. Thank you to student photographer Chloe Guyette
Video from the 3rd – 5th grade and chorus concert on December 19, 2017 at 6:30pm. Thanks for watching! Check out an amazing photo gallery taken by student photographer Emily Rosenlund!
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Join us as we celebrate the past month’s accomplishments! Today the fourth graders sang the Vermont state song, and showed us a video about why they love our state. Additionally, Mrs. Anderson recognized students that have been practicing the Habits