Important Dates
6th Grade NNAT3 Testing
Thursday, March 4th

March In-Person Informational Meetings
Saturday, March 6th at 10am
Thursday, March 25th at 6pm

NEW Enrollment for the 2021/2022 school year is now open!
A Letter From Principal Smith

Hello, Golden Eagle Families! 

We had a terrific week here at CECW. The sun finally came out and all students were able to get outside for fresh air during recess and PE. As the weather changes, please remind your student(s) to look in the Lost and Found often. It is cold in the mornings, but students tend to shed their coats and leave them behind when it warms up in the afternoon. The Lost and Found items will be donated on Friday, March 12th. 

We had a terrific “Hats & Sweats” day, sponsored by StuCo, where students were able to, with a donation, break school dress code for a day. The funds are meant to be used for an end-of-year activity. Teachers and students alike dressed down in sweats and hats and were able to stay snuggly warm on our one snowy day. I can’t wait for the next StuCo activity to see the creativity and innovation of our CECW students. See below for a few pictures showing off our hats & sweats!  

During the Month of February, we also held a Reading Challenge, and the freshmen are out-reading all of us, including the staff! I am excited to see the total count next week to see which class wins the spirit stick and the class party. We have so many incredible readers at CECW! 

Thank you for all your continued support and positivity as we move closer to Spring.

Kelly Smith 
6th Grade NNAT3 Gifted & Talented Testing
Next week, in 6th Grade Elevate Classes, 6th graders will be taking the NNAT3 Assessment. This is a test that helps us look for indicators that may help in qualifying a student for Gifted and Talented identification. This assessment will take place on Thursday, March 4th, with makeup testing TBD. Please contact Ms. Elliott with any questions.
In-Person Learning Reminders

Students need the following items daily:

  • Masks – It is a good idea to have more than one mask, just in case there is a sneeze inside it, it gets dropped at recess, etc.
  • Water Bottles – the drinking fountains are still not available, but the water bottle fillers will be accessible.
  • Their own technology devices – we are hopeful to have devices on campus for the students to use soon, but the delivery date of this technology is still not known.
  • All textbooks and supplies - For the majority of classes, books, notebooks, and supplies will now be kept in the classroom and students will use online resources for homework.

Each student must continue to be screened before entering the building. Please fill out the self-screening form found here or use the QR code to access this each morning by 7:15 am. This will give us time to print the list for the check-in process. If you cannot complete the self-screener electronically, please print this form, complete the survey, and send it to school each morning with your student.  

Students that have any of the following symptoms need to stay home and join their classes remotely via Teams:
  • Fever or chills
  • New loss of taste or smell
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Fatigue
  • Muscle or body aches
  • Headache
  • Cough
  • Sore throat
  • Congestion or runny nose
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Diarrhea

Please call or email Ms. Dee Baker, Attendance Clerk, to report all absences (including when a student will be remote learning, unless you have chosen the fully remote option for the remainder of the semester).
Useful Links
CECW is now accepting new 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th graders for the 2021/2022 school year! Click here to begin the application process! Let friends and family know about next year's enrollment by sending them to our Admissions Page.

Remember, you can earn a $100 E-Gift Card for every student you refer to CECW! We look forward to seeing new faces next year!
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