Join us on May 28th....
6 days ago, Tanya Arsenault
Concert
Today Randy Harrington, a local forester, came and talked to Mrs. Conrad’s class about forest health, tree age, and what can make a forest healthy or unhealthy. They also learned about the three different lengths that trees are cut into before they go to a lumber yard along with the two different kinds of tree knots and how they can affect harvesting the lumber.
14 days ago, Tanya Arsenault
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Mark Your Calendar - School Spirit Week Monday, June 3rd Formal Day Class up the school by having everyone dress to the nines. Tuesday, June 4th Future Day Students can dress up as the occupation they’d like to be when they grow up. Wednesday, June 5th Decade Day Pick a decade (50’s, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s) and have a great time remembering the fashions of the era. Thursday, June 6th Telstar Pride Day Wear your Rebel gear or something Blue/ White Friday, June 7th School Spirit Day Wear your CPS gear and keep it comfy!
14 days ago, Tanya Arsenault
Ms. Gould's class presented their wax museum projects yesterday and they were AMAZING 🤩 We are so proud of them, and all of our 5th graders, for a job well done this week!
19 days ago, Tanya Arsenault
wax
Another FABULOUS day of 5th grade wax museum presentations! Congrats to Ms. Maguire's class for a job well done 🤩
21 days ago, Tanya Arsenault
wax museum
Mrs. Deprey's class ROCKED their wax museum presentations today!! Job well done to this fabulous group of 5th graders 🤩
22 days ago, Tanya Arsenault
Deprey
CPS Yearbooks are still available to order online. They will be shipped to your house if ordered after today (5/7). The cost will be $24.00 for book, shipping and tax. To order, follow the link: https://link.entourageyearbooks.com/view_account.asp?l=D9C3EB36-9B98-476D-B98C-E0253F158D34
23 days ago, Tanya Arsenault
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May breakfast and lunch menus...
28 days ago, Tanya Arsenault
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Join us on May 16th for our K-5 Visual and Performing Arts Night!
about 1 month ago, Tanya Arsenault
5/16
Mother's Day Hanging Plant Sale!
about 1 month ago, Tanya Arsenault
Plant Sale
The Crescent Park Elementary 2024 Yearbook is available for sale. To order, use the link below: https://link.entourageyearbooks.com/YBStore/YearbookStoreMain.asp?yearbook_id=50311
about 2 months ago, Tanya Arsenault
Yearbook
Solar eclipse fun today 🌘
about 2 months ago, Tanya Arsenault
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Solar eclipse fun today 🌘
about 2 months ago, Tanya Arsenault
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The library sleepover is BACK 📚😴❤️
about 2 months ago, Tanya Arsenault
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Spring Trail Guide
about 2 months ago, Tanya Arsenault
Trail Guide
Congratulations to Avery-Jae who was the lucky winner drawn in this year's egg coloring competition sponsored by Wheeler's Insurance 🐰
about 2 months ago, Tanya Arsenault
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CONGRATULATIONS to these kiddos who worked SO hard throughout the first part of our school year. They were recognized today at our assembly as the most improved students in their class. Each student received a certificate recognizing their accomplishments AND a ticket to go see the Portland Sea Dogs ⚾️
2 months ago, Tanya Arsenault
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April breakfast and lunch menus!
2 months ago, Tanya Arsenault
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🥚Easter Sunday Funday: Bring your baskets AND your snowshoes/sleds! 📍 162 North Road, Bethel (Mahoosuc Land Trust, Valentine Farm) ⏱️ Sunday, March 31st, 2024 🐰 Little hoppers (5 and under) start at 12:00, older kiddos at 12:30. 🧺 Please limit ten eggs per child 🥾 Wear snow gear! (Not all of the eggs will be visible from the walking paths). If you want to volunteer to help, we will meet at 11:15 am to stash eggs and could use extra hands! Donations to MLT are always welcome and appreciated.
2 months ago, Tanya Arsenault
easter
On Tuesday, March 26th, the CPS second graders traveled to A & B Sugarhouse in Newry. Bruce and Suzanne Pierce and Alan Fleet gave the students an indepth look at how maple syrup is made. The students experienced tapping trees and collecting sap, carrying and dumping the sap into holding tanks and checking out the evaporator where all the magic happens. Students were also treated to fresh maple syrup on ice cream and were able to bring a tasting jug home. It was a wonderful hands-on learning experience for all. Thank you to Bruce, Suzanne, and Alan and the many volunteers who helped make this day extra special
2 months ago, Tanya Arsenault
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