It’s BEE Season...the Spelling Bee that is!
The annual Spelling Bee for finalists in grades 2-5 will be held
Monday, December 18 from 10:40-11:40 in the Middle School Gymnasium. Classroom teachers will hold class bees and two finalists will be chosen from each class to participate in the school-wide bee. The winner of the Cedarville Elementary Bee will take an online test for a chance to participate in the National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C.
You can help your child prepare by visiting www.spellingbee.com and click on the Parents & Students Tab. From here you can sign up for Word Counts to view practice lists and study tips.
Questions? E-mail Jane Butler at firstname.lastname@example.org
Cedarville Elementary is committed to helping each and every student experience success.
We are excited that you have come to our website to learn more about the excellent things that happen inside our school each day. As a school, we are committed to educating the whole child—mind, body, and character. Our high expectations go beyond academics, as we expect students to develop excellent character and put others ahead of themselves. Each day, we strive to do what’s best for kids because our community’s future depends on it. We are excited to begin our partnership with you to ensure your child’s success. Please feel free to contact the school office, or stop in if you have any questions. Welcome to Cedarville Elementary!
Know a child that you suspect has a disability?
Ohio school districts are required to provide interventions when school-age students are experiencing difficulties or post where ADA complaints are to be filed. As a result, parents or educators may suspect a disability and referrals can be made for evaluations which are free of charge and will determine if a child living in the district has a disability or if a civil complaint procedure is deemed necessary.
For more information contact:
Mary Ann Fenwick, Special Education Supervisor 937-766-6000 ext. 1172
During the 2015-16 school year,
0 incidents of bullying in the elementary
0 incidents of bullying in the middle school
0 incidents of bullying in the high school