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Message from Mr. Johnson

Dear CES Families,

The 2019-2020 school year has been one that none of us will ever forget! What started off so well and included so many high points, ended with everyone missing school and each other.

It brings a smile to my face to think about some of the visits to classrooms and the learning and excitement I would see. I think about the fun we had together with special days and events like dress like your favorite storybook character or Breakfast with Santa. I remember the Family Fun Run, the Healthy Heart Challenge, the Book Fair and roller skating. In addition to the Healthy Heart Challenge, we supported our community with donations for the Food Drive at Thanksgiving, and to the Mitten Tree during the holiday season. Highlights also included seeing the 3rd and 4th grade choral and instrumental concerts. CESPA continued to make life special for students and staff with many activities and special treats that were greatly appreciated. And then everything changed!

In March we were all forced to shift gears rather rapidly due to Covid-19.  Despite the doors of the school building closing, the teachers and staff at CES adjusted the sails and headed straight into the wind.  Many hours were spent learning to be on-line teachers.  Each teacher created a virtual classroom to focus on academic learning, and found ways to connect with their students to support their social emotional needs.  Parents found ways to juggle the challenges of home and their new role as an at home teacher.  When I think about all that has been accomplished in the course of a couple of months by parents and teachers working together, I am sincerely grateful.  These are unprecedented times and together we transformed the way we educated and cared for our children.   Thank you for all you have done to support your child(ren) in their learning!

I’d like to recognize Debbie Benedict – Speech, Cheryl Knab – Special Education, and Kate Hathaway – Grade 4 for their years of service and dedication to the CES community. These ladies are exceptional and will be missed dearly by all. We wish you a happy and healthy retirement.

As the school year winds down, I wanted to share more information related to wrapping up the year. Student supply pick up took place on May 28. If you were unable to pick up supplies, we will allow you to pick them up on June 16 when we will be collecting student chrome books at CES. The time schedule is listed below:

Tuesday June 16

9:00 Letters A-E 

10:00 Letters F-I

11:00 Letters J-M

12:00 Letters N-Q

1:00 Letters R-T

2:00 Letters U-Z

On June 16, you will also receive any yearbooks that were ordered and spring pictures that were taken. It is also a time to return any of the following you may have at home:

=         Library books

=         Classroom reading books

=         Instruments rented from school

=         Safety Belts from our safety patrol

=         Chrome books and chargers

The staff at Churchville Elementary has planned an opportunity for students to see and wave to their teachers before heading into summer.    A CES drive by event is planned for Thursday, June 18th.   The teachers and staff will be spread out along Park Road in the back of school.  We invite you to pile your kids into the car and drive through to wave and share a smile.  We would love to see as many CES students as possible!  To honor our 4th graders who will be moving over to the middle school next year, we have a special time dedicated for them to drive through and kick off the event.  We are also creating a 4th grade “Moving Up” presentation that will be shared with 4th grade families electronically at the end of the year.

Ø For the drive by, please enter Park Road at the Main Street end of Park Road and proceed through to exit Park Road at West Buffalo Street. Please remain in your cars. The CES parking lot will be closed due to construction at school, therefore we will position staff along Park Road.

 

June 18th Parade

=         9:00 – 9:45 4th Graders (and siblings)

=         9:45-11:00   K-3rd Graders

=         11:00-11:45 Graduating Seniors who attended CES

Although we don’t know what the 2020-21 school year will look like just yet, we do know that we will need to continue to work together and to be prepared for any circumstance.   Keeping the lines of communication open between home and school is extremely important as we work together to support your child.  If you find that you will be moving out of CES for next school year, please call the office at 293-2022 to let us know as soon as you possible. 

Thank you for all you do.  Stay healthy and strong.  I look forward to our continued partnership!

Sincerely,

Mr. Dave Johnson                                            Mrs. Renee Mulrooney

Principal                                                               Assistant Principal

About our school

Principal Dave Johnson
Churchville Elementary School has a rich history. Built in 1937 as a Works Progress Administration Project, this project helped put people back to work during the Depression. The school was built as the Union Free School District No. 4 and served grades 1-12. When Churchville-Chili Central School district was established in 1950, the CES school building was the district school, providing education for grades 1-12.
 
Our current enrollment includes 419 students in kindergarten through grade 4. Our school day begins at 9:15 a.m. and ends at 3:25 p.m.  Students learn in a nurturing, supportive environment that provides the tools to meet and exceed the district and state learning standards in English Language Arts, math, social studies and science. Many unique programs and projects at CES strengthen student learning. Click on any of the links located to the left to learn more about our school or contact David Johnson, Principal, at [email protected].
 
Churchville Elementary School 
36 West Buffalo Street
Churchville, New York 14428
Main office phone: 585-293-2022 
Main office fax: 585-293-4504
 
Attendance: 585-293-2022 ext. 7520

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