SBAC Public Forum tonight (11/30) in Town Hall at 6:30pm. Current state of the school buildings, school needs, and best practices in future-focused schools with the team from Harriman. Remote participation is also avail via link on the Town site - https://bit.ly/3Ro0Ojl
We are starting school at the regular times this morning despite some power outages around town. Our schools have power. We appreciate your extra efforts getting to school today.
School Board Workshop Tues, Nov 28 at 6:30pm CEHS Library. fmi https://bit.ly/47guLY0
Public Forum: Nov 30 at 6:30pm in Town Hall. SBAC's ‘Current State of the School Buildings, school needs, and best practices in future-focused schools’ with the team from Harriman.
The video recording of the Nov 16 CESBAC Public Forum [Meet the Architect and Q&A with the team from Harriman] is available here https://bit.ly/3MOFHng
The video recording of the Nov 17 CESBAC Public Forum [Meet the Architect and Q&A with the team from Harriman] is available here https://bit.ly/3MOFHng
School Board Business Mtg Tues, Nov 14 at 6:30pm CE Town Hall fmi https://bit.ly/40z2w4n
Please join us Nov 16 at 6pm for CE SBAC's Meet the Architect Presentation with the team from Harriman. FMI https://bit.ly/40vcMKS
The Payne/Killip team presented their projects about the trees of Turkey Hill Farm on Sunday, October 21, at CELT’s annual board meeting. This project includes several weeks of study about the importance of trees in Maine history, with a focus on Wabanaki usage and the tree’s current use in the Maine lumber industry. Students were also asked to be able to identifying the unique characteristics of the tree’s bark, leaves or needles, seeds, nuts, or pine cones. Finally, students were asked to send a message from their trees perspective to the world.
Dear Staff, There will be no conferences today (Thursday Oct. 26th) due to the ongoing manuhunt. We will work to reschedule. Tomorrow, conferences are still on, pending more information. Thanks for your understanding and flexibility. Our hearts go out to our fellow Mainers.
Cape Elizabeth Schools will be closed today, Thursday October 26, 2023. Stay Safe.
Spring 2023 Maine Through Year results for Grades 3-8 & 10 are now available. More information: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1gkMGHra-1KTC0EH9tF9W4539WT0tMvI80eUOwdgvHLc/edit?usp=sharing
Congratulate Caidi Staples for out-fishing all of the other Adventure Students this morning with a homemade "Stick" Fishing Rod- from a Kayak!!!
Civil Rights Team Project students are working on promoting our upcoming Day of Welcome on November 3rd! Advisors Ms. Marcus, Ms. Heselton and Mr. Huntington are helping students prepare - we are creating posters, taking selfie photos in support and getting ready for the big event! More details and information will be shared soon!
This week's field trip with the Kaufman/Kerr 7th Grade Team brought them to the Portland waterfront, where waterfront coordinator Bill Needleman took them on a tour down the fish pier, through the fish exchange and over to Merrill's Wharf where they met up with lobsterman (and team parent) Thom Werner. We continued our walk down Commercial street and around the Eastern Prom where we enjoyed a yummy lunch from the local food trucks. It was a wonderful day!
On Saturday, October 6th, 100 of our 5th grade students had one-on-one mini-lessons on their new band instruments. It was a day filled with excitement and new skills. Thank you for the MSPA and Music Boosters for helping make this annual event a success!
We wanted to take a moment to congratulate CEMS PE teacher Ms. Jordan and her students for the Heart of Gold Top School Award! This award is given to schools that achieve top status with the Kids Heart Challenge and American Heart Challenge. The 5th and 6th raised $7755.00 last year!! This year the 5th and 6th will be fundraising again this year each trimester... more information to come!
New fencing around the Pre-K playground has been installed!
Three CEHS students served on an informal panel to discuss their aquaculture-related businesses/ideas to a team of 7th graders in the CEMS library @ 9:30-10:20 on Friday, 9/29. This is part of the Kerr/Kaufman unit on aquaculture and the Gulf of Maine ecosystem. Tom Hennessey (senior): lobstering business Gillian Lench (sophomore): current ELO project: making kelp fertilizer Oliver Ames (sophomore): created plastic alternatives from kelp
Parent Tech Night is coming on October 17th, 5:30-6:30 in the CEMS Library. https://www.canva.com/design/DAFvdC0OSs8/rLqE0sIaQeFwDRUzt2seow/view?utm_content=DAFvdC0OSs8&utm_campaign=designshare&utm_medium=link&utm_source=publishsharelink