Collegeville Elementary School

Collegeville Elementary School

Look at those happy faces! These smiles are the results of your hard work from our fundraiser last fall. Your support for our school and our fabulous PTO produces the CES Carnival! The money raised from that fundraiser allows every child to experience the end of year Carnival! And it was a BLAST!! Thank you PTO for your endless efforts to make this day so much fun for our students!!

CES Carnival! Remember that PTO fundraiser back in the fall? This is the results of your hard work to support our school and our fabulous PTO! The money raised from that fundraiser allows every child to experience the end of year Carnival! And it was a BLAST!! Thank you PTO for your endless efforts to make this day so much fun for our students!!

Bethel Middle School here we come!! Our 5th graders got to take a tour at Bethel this morning and get a sneak preview of what being a middle school student looks like. We are going to miss this incredible group of students!

These kiddos from Crawford’s Crew won their reward today for working hard, showing teamwork, and displaying self control. Being able to go outside today to and play with sidewalk chalk was a treat! #teamwork #makingmemories #settinggoals

Crawford’s Crew started reading Frindle this week. Students are leading discussion groups and providing guidance within their groups to help others better understand the text. These students really know how to learn and grow together! 💞✍🏼🖊📚

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Bryant Schools will once again provide FREE MEALS for children age 18 and younger during the summer months. No registration needed ... just come hungry!

Life Impact Awards are one of the most special kind of recognition a teacher can ever get! Seniors get to select one teacher who has made a positive impact during their school career. We had 3 Collegeville teachers receive this award today. Alyssa Sawyer awarded Mrs. Becky Bahnks, Landon Allison awarded Mrs. Stephanie Shaw and Malory Pendergrass awarded Mrs. Jennifer Watson.
We are so very proud!!

Mrs. Edwards got to show off her husband, Dr. Todd Edwards, BHS Principal, who gave CES preferential attendance to today’s Senior Walk!

CES welcomes the Senior class of 2019!

Senior Walk 2019! There are no words! Getting to congratulate the Class of 2019 who were once CES Wildcats was an inspiring and wonderfully emotional event! Wishing our seniors all the best in their next chapter in life!

What an incredible and wonderful thing has happened today! The Hickman family has made a very generous donation to the start up of our STEM lab for next year! We are absolutely thrilled and so grateful for these items!

Big thank you to Kindergartener Brynn Rue’s dad, Justin Rue, for extending our learning today! He organized for his friends at Waste Management to visit our Kindergarten students! They brought one of their trucks and talked about recycling! Our students showed off their learning by answering questions about why it is important to recycle and what products can be recycled. We even got to see how the truck worked! Each student received a coloring book, a pencil made from recycled currency, and a ball! Thank you to Waste Management for sharing your knowledge with our students! ♻️♻️♻️♻️♻️ #ThinkGreen #ThinkClean

Brandon Burlsworth Football camp forms are coming home today!

Today’s Teacher Appreciation Theme was “Wear your teacher’s favorite color” (conveniently provided by our fabulous PTO). Mrs. Crawford writes, “I love the color blue, and they know it!!!! I loved seeing these sweet faces shine in my favorite color today!” #loveandgrowtogether #CKH

Our CES PTO has outdone themselves in making our staff feel valued and appreciated this week, and especially our PTO President, Candi Coats! PTO has served our teachers a delicious Nacho Bar lunch on Tuesday and Pasta Bar today. They’ve sent home a week’s worth of treat ideas for students to be able to participate in Teacher Appreciation Week. Mrs. Candi has worked tirelessly to make us feel so special. Thank you, Candi, and PTO for spoiling us all week long!

Pee Wee Cheer Clinic forms were sent home this week!

Athleta at the Chenal Promenade supporting Teacher Appreciation week with a shop card giveaway for Collegeville Elementary. Kensli’s mom, Kari Boykin, arranged for this nice gesture and says, “Thank you teachers for all the love and support you show your students everyday!” Our random drawing selected Ms. Hudson and Miss Goodson!

We value your opinion and your input at CES. We want to be the very best for our students! Please take time to respond to this survey.

PARENTS: During the past school year, Bryant Public Schools implemented the processes of Capturing Kids’ Hearts to support Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) learning at all grade levels.

We would like your feedback on the progress the district has made in fostering positive relationships and creating a safe environment for learning.

Please take a few minutes to complete the short survey: http://bit.ly/Parent_SELSpring19

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STAY ALERT: The following message is NOT stating school is closed tomorrow (Thursday). The purpose is to make everyone aware so we are not caught off guard as we were three weeks ago.

With much of the state under a flash flood warning until Thursday evening, we will be watching the weather closely and monitoring the roads in our district.

IF flooding makes it necessary to cancel school on Thursday, May 9, we will make a decision no later than 6:00am. Parents will be immediately notified by phone, email, text, and the district app. We’ll also post information on our Facebook and Twitter feeds.

In the event school is closed, we will use AMI Day 2. Elementary students will do the work from their packets for Day 2 ONLY. Secondary students will receive their assignments through Google Classroom. Assignments will be posted by 9:00 am.

Our teachers feel so appreciated! First, a delicious tray of Sugar Dumplins cookies from Everett GMC and then a wonderful basket of goodies from First Security Bank!
(Mrs. Edwards and Mrs. McBride promise they shared with the teachers! 😉🤪)
Thank you to these pillars in our community for recognizing our teachers during Teacher Appreciation Week!

4H representative Mrs Rodgers came to Collegeville Elementary today to teach a STEM lesson in aerospace engineering. Students were assigned a task to launch a rocket to an island to deliver life supporting supplies to a community that was ravished by a natural disaster.

Patrick shows off our Cereal Drive donation table! We appreciate your help!!

Bryant Public Schools

Teacher Appreciation Week is May 6-10. Our teachers capture the hearts and change the lives of our Hornets every day. Their work has an impact far beyond the classroom. Help us show our thanks and gratitude to these outstanding educators! #ThankATeacher

The phone rings... you see the school’s number on caller ID... the principal’s voice says, “This is Mrs. Edwards...” except instead of cringing, she tells you she’s calling to brag on your baby! Positive Office Referrals are the BEST! And we love getting to recognize strong character because we know how important it is so that students can learn in a safe and happy place!

These smiles say it all! Fifth grade took a field trip to Hot Springs Mid-America Museum this week! #BringingLearningtoLife

We loved getting to celebrate our cafeteria workers today as our Hunger Heroes! They do so much to make our school a better place, and we appreciate them! Students will get to write words of affirmation to them during lunch today!

Collegeville Elementary School's cover photo

Collegeville Elementary School's cover photo

The Kindergarten STEM station at our STEM Night tonight was an engineering project based on Dr. Seuss’s book “Ten Apples Up on Top”. It was harder than it looked but look at those smiles!

Our STEM Night couldn’t have been more fun! Seeing all the ways that STEM activities excites & engages our students in Science, Technology , Engineering, and Mathematics makes us even more eager to implement our STEM Lab at CES next year! Thank you BHS Robotics Team for taking time to come and show us some of the things we will be able to do!

Gosh that was Fun!! Our STEM Night was a such a hit, no one wanted it to end! Thank you to all who came tonight and a huge shout out to our BHS Robotics Team for bringing their Robots, Ozobots, and Catabots! We can’t wait to get our STEM Lab up & running for next year!

CES has teamed up with Arkansas Food Bank to provide healthy breakfast options this summer for children and families in Saline County who would otherwise go without the most important meal of the day—breakfast.

Our school will be accepting donations through May 1-17. Drop off items from 7:30am-3:30pm or send with your child.

What Counts as Cereal?

Dry cereal - boxes OR bags, 8oz. or more (Think Nutritious!)

Cereal/Breakfast Bars

Pop Tarts
Oatmeal
Cream of Wheat
$1 =1 box of cereal

Thank you for partnering with us to serve hundreds of children and families in our community!!

Well looky here! Pete the Cat made an appearance at CES this morning to encourage our students to come see the Book Fair tonight at our STEM Night at 5:30!

More sweetness to make Mrs. Edwards smile! (And cry just a little!)
#NationalPrincipalDay

#NationalPrincipalDay
#AffirmationsforMrsEdwards

CES fifth graders toured Mid-America Science Museum today! We attended a Tesla show to learn about electricity and a digital dome show to learn about outer space. We experimented with light, sound, electricity, and even explored a cave! Big thanks to CES PTO for sponsoring us on our extended learning experience. We had a blast!

Mrs Watson’s class is learning about plants this week. Yesterday, we talked about items that can grow. We sorted picture cards into groups of things that will grow and things that will not. We looked around our classroom to discover things that grow in here. Then we went outside to find things that grow outside! We discussed what all of these things need to grow and recorded our findings! 🌱🌿🍃🌷

Today is National Principal Day. We are taking time to celebrate Mrs. Edwards for all her hard work and dedication to CES. She is our "Wonder Woman." Thanks for all you do at Collegeville!

We are set up and ready for our Recycle Drive! You can bring items to our STEM Night on Thursday night as well!
#Excited
#STEMLabisopeningin2019-20

We work hard to make sure CES is the very best school we can be. We value your input to help make us better. Please respond!

PARENTS: During the past school year, Bryant Public Schools implemented the processes of Capturing Kids’ Hearts to support Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) learning at all grade levels.

We would like your feedback on the progress the district has made in fostering positive relationships and creating a safe environment for learning.

Please take a few minutes to complete the short survey: http://bit.ly/Parent_SELSpring19

Did you know that trees are helpers? Today Mrs. Chism’s class learned that trees are plants that clean our air! We learned trees take in bad gas from the air, use that gas to make their food, and then the leaves give off the clean gas that we breathe! In our “Breathing Leaf” experiment, we submerged a fresh leaf in water and placed it in the sunlight. Later we were able to visually see the product leaves give off as air bubbles on the leaf! Thank you trees! 🌳💚🌿

Second graders are participating in a shared research project on various types of weather. They are engaged, happy and learning!! ❤️

Bryant Public Schools

Congratulations to one of our sister schools, Bryant Elementary!!

Bryant Elementary has been declared the winner of the Chick-fil-A Reynolds Road School Days Competition Spring 2019. This local business and community partner will be donating $1000 to BES later in the week.

Thank you to everyone who supported the campaign!

Our CES Green Team continues to work on getting our campus beautiful! We appreciate all their hard work!

CES loved being part of this!

Bryant Middle School and Collegeville Elementary enjoyed there sno cones Thursday! Thank you KONA Ice/Mr. Richard for the generous donations for these kids working so hard to raise money for such a wonderful cause! Between both schools they raised $1250!!! I’m blown away!!

This money will be used to help people in our community wash and dry their clothes at a local laundromat once a month. We provide quarters, detergent, dryer sheets, and a lot of LOVE!

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