The local Girl Scout troop presented their bronze project idea to Mr. Stein and he approved! The project will help all the students at CDE. More info to come later this school year.
Mr. Stein, Mrs. Czech, and Deputy Espel’s therapy dog Mac wish you a wonderful spring break!!!
Last week students received positive referrals for exemplifying the trait of fairness. Congratulations to all and keep living #positivityinaction
5th grade students shared when someone showered them with kindness and when they showered someone with kindness as well #positivityinaction #kindness
Yesterday in Ms. Wilcox and Mrs. Light’s class, Q and U got “married” so they can work together and create lots of words. All other letters in the alphabet were in attendance (the students)
Parents/guardians of students aged 5-12, sign up for one or all of these free webinars hosted by Twin County recovery Services: https://www.cairodurham.org/article/698372
We have three new job postings for teaching positions: middle school science, K-5 elementary teacher, and K-12 English as a New Language. Get details here: https://www.cairodurham.org/browse/246137
Get the April cafeteria menus at your fingertips with the Cairo-Durham CSD mobile app! The app also provides easy access to school news and events. It’s free! Just search “Cairo-Durham CSD” wherever you get your apps. Watch this video for a quick tutorial on using our new app: https://youtu.be/wjG_q5ck96I
Today is therapy dog Mac’s first day at CDE. SRO Deputy Espel and Mac attended a week long training and are ready to help everyone at school. Welcome to CDE Mac!
Congratulations to students on receiving positive referrals for Love of Learning and Humor. Keep living #positivityinaction
Ms. Rice's third-graders are learning about fractions! They worked on finding equivalent fractions using multiplication and division strategies, and stacked ice cream scoops on top of their cones to show equivalent fractions. Fractions never looked so sweet!
The info night for our Universal Pre-Kindergarten program is Tuesday, April 5th at 5:30 p.m. To be eligible for pre-k, children must be four years old by Dec. 1, 2022. Get registration packets from the CDE main office.
School is in session on Monday, 3/28, despite a shading error in the printed calendar.
Thank you to Callum for playing his tin whistle for CDE and filling the halls with the sounds of Ireland. Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
There’s evidence that the leprechaun has visited CDE!! Keep your eyes open
Here are some examples of student responses as they study and learn during women’s history month
On March 15 & 16, we will be distributing COVID-19 home test kits for any families that want them: Tuesday, March 15, 2022, from 4-6 p.m. at CDE (drive thru pick-up in the parent pickup/bus loop by the multipurpose room doors) Tuesday, March 15th AND Wednesday, March 16th from 7-8 p.m. at CDMS/HS (test kits will be available for pick up following the Music in Our Schools band and chorus concerts)
This week students learned about social intelligence. No matter the age, our students showed they can recognize emotions in others and support each other. #positivityinaction
There is no student attendance next Friday, March 18th due to a superintendent's conference day.
Ms. Flubacher’s fifth graders dissected owl pellets when they were learning about energy and ecosystems. They were able to discover what owls eat, then establish the energy flow and create a food pyramid based on what they discovered. They determined that owls were at the top of the pyramid, then the mouse (because of the mouse bones found in the pellets), then insects/bugs, and then plants at the bottom.