CES SCHOOL HAPPENINGS:
Congratulations to students whose posters won awards
Four Chanute Elementary students have been recognized as winners in the Neosho County Farm Bureau’s Safety Poster Contest this spring. In Division I for first and second graders:
First place went to Grace Luebbering and her poster has been forwarded to Manhattan for judging at the state level
Second place went to Tyler Sevart
and Honorable Mentions went to Jennika Ruark and Laramie Cain
Congratulations and well done CES Stars!
Check out the meals for FREE at CES during June and July
Reminder: Doors do not open until 7:45am and no student is supervised until that time. It is not healthy for students to stand out in the weather prior to 7:45am so do not drop students off or let them walk to school prior to 7:45. This is still 45 minutes before the school day starts.
If you can swim the length of the pool by yourself, you can join the Chanute Sharks and learn to swim competitively this summer!
Kids can learn to cook with experts from Southwind Extension!
Greenbush is offering Summer Camps for Pre-K-8th Grades!
Meet Addy Hughes
Addy Hughes wanted to help her school so she applied to be on the Fifth Grade Leadership Team.
“You go around and pick up trash, go to meetings to collect pop tabs, and help out other places also,” she said.
She likes being involved in the team’s recycling project, delivering orange notes from the office to teachers and “is looking forward to reading to kindergartners.”
Another activity, the pop tab collection for Ronald McDonald House is important “because you get to help other people who don’t really have anywhere to stay when their kids are sick,” she said.
In school, Addy said, “I like doing math – all kinds of math - and sometimes reading.”
Outside of school, she’s involved in sports.
“I do three: basketball, volleyball and softball.”
She also takes dance and has another interest.
“I like to write stories for fun.”