Our Forest of Reading program is in full swing with lots of enthusiastic participants. For more information on what students are reading and what they are saying about the books, check out the Forest of Reading blog on the Upper Grand's UG2Go page : www.ug2go.ca
February is Black History Month
Reduce the risk of serious infections -proper hand-washing is one of the best ways to avoid getting sick. Stay home when you are sick and limit contact with others - Children should not be in school with a fever, undiagnosed rashes, vomiting, or diarrhea and should stay at home at least 24
Please remind your child to check the lost and found bin regularly which is located in the main hall for missing items. We try to display lost items every few weeks. It is helpful to label your child's clothing, especially in the younger grades.
A concussion is a type of brain injury that changes the way the brain normally works. It can affect a student's performance in both school work and physical activities. Rest is very important after a concussion because it helps the brain heal. While a child has a suspected or diagnosed
Our CMES School Council is comprised of a wonderful group of hard-working, dedicated parents who are always finding ways to best support our school community.
Staff and students would like to say a huge "THANK YOU!" to our CMES School Council for your ongoing support and to the many families who
When you enter our CMES parking lots, please ensure that you are always watching closely for any pedestrians, especially our children who can be small and hard to see. Ensure that you are driving slowly and checking for children before entering or exiting the parking lot.
A friendly reminder to parents/guests
Hello to our CMES School Community. We have reached the halfway mark in our 2018/2019 school year.
Term one report cards will be sent home on Thursday, February 20, 2019. The academic and social growth in our students is wonderful to witness!
The information in the report card will highlight how well
Similar to many other schools, our Credit Meadows' parking lots can become congested during drop-off and pick-up times. This can be a safety concern for our students, as well as a concern for staff and school buses that need to access parking and bus lanes.
In order to improve this situation
People may sometimes confuse conflict with bullying, but they are different. Conflict occurs between two or more people who have a disagreement, a difference of opinion or different views. Conflict between students does not always mean its bullying.
Children learn at a young age to understand that others can have a
Winter can be a wonderful time to play. Many children enjoy the crisp air, the freshly fallen snow and participating in a whole host of exciting winter sports and activities. Although we feel it is important for students to spend some time outside each day exercising and socializing with their
Remember that should the buses be canceled in Dufferin County, or the school closed, the transportation icon on the UGDSB website will have notices posted.
CMES students are within walking distance to school and do not ride a school bus, however, if you decide not to send your child due to the
Thank you so very much for visiting the book fair over the holiday season. We sold just over $3500, earning the Learning Commons around $850. I am planning to spend the money on STEAM manipulatives such as Tinkertoy, stacking blocks, prepared microscope slides, and tubular pipes.
The Forest of Reading books
Welcome back to everyone and Happy New Year!
We hope you had a chance to rest and visit with family and friends over the holidays. We are looking forward to a productive 2019 school year!
December was a whirlwind of activity at Credit Meadows. A big thank you goes out to a