Our Elementary PTO is excited to announce our upcoming Book Fair, and we need your help to make it a success! Volunteering at the Book Fair is a wonderful opportunity to get involved in your child's school experience and support their love for reading.
The Book Fair will be held during the school day, and we are looking for volunteers to assist with various tasks. If you are available and willing to volunteer, please consider signing up for a time slot using the SignUp Genius links below:
Your support is invaluable, and volunteering at the Book Fair is a fantastic way to contribute to our school community. Please note that volunteers must go through our background check screening process before volunteering (information is included in the sign-up). If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the PTO at email@example.com.
Kindergarteners in Ms. VanDerWeides' classroom have been learning about Columbus and the Pilgrims in their current CKLA Knowledge unit.
Most recently, the class learned about how Columbus took an expedition to find the Indies for the king and queen of Spain. While the land he discovered wasn't the Indies, he still found unique items to bring back to the king and queen.
The class then took their own expedition! The expedition began with a decree from King Carpenter asking if we were brave enough to explore new lands and bring him back the treasures he desired.
The students needed funding for the expedition (like Columbus) and asked if the king would give them gold. King Carpenter agreed to fund the expedition, and students began their trip to find foreign treasures!
Students traveled far and wide across the land (to our outdoor classroom and trails) searching for treasures. The expedition ended successfully as students found items similar to what Columbus sought after gold coins, gems, exotic birds, and beautiful cloth.
It was an exciting day and a fun way to take learning to the next level!
The Beach and Cedar View Choirs will perform at their final concert for the 2022 school year this Friday, May 12 in the high school auditorium at 6:30 p.m.!
We invite the community to attend this musical showcase from our students!
Come find out what Preschool looks like at Cedar Springs Public Schools!
We offer a variety of preschool programs for three- and four-year-olds. All are high-quality, licensed programs, taught by certified teachers and associate teachers. This meeting will inform you about what we offer, how to enroll, and what program is best for your child!
Date: Tuesday, Feb. 28
Time: 6 - 8 p.m.
Location: Cedar Trails Elementary School
If you have any questions prior to the meeting, please email our preschool team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Childcare is unavailable at this parent informational meeting. Children must be three or four years of age before September 1, 2023.
Scheduling for 6th grade is fast approaching and we would love to see your child continue their music education by becoming a part of the Red Hawk Band! The Red Hawk Band is offered to our 6th graders as a full-year course that meets during the school day. With daily instruction, our 6th grade band students make great strides on their instruments while learning to play and enjoy many styles of music.
Best of all, you can participate in band, athletics, honors courses, and after-school clubs. Some of the top athletes and academic performers in Cedar Springs Public Schools are members of the Cedar Springs Band.
To find out more about scheduling, and instrument selection, or more about the band, visit the Cedar Springs Band website. Additionally, you may reach out to the directors', Colin Weber & Matt Nabozny by email or at 616-696-1200 extension 7802 or 7804.