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Contact Information:
 379 Arran Road     Crawfordville, FL 32327
Phone: 850-926-3641    Fax: 850-926-4303

 
Regular school hours: 8:55-3:25................
Early release day hours: 8:55-1:15

Cougar Pride

Every Friday at CES is Spirit Day!  Students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to show their Cougar pride by wearing our school t-shirt.  T-shirts are on sale at the Front Office desk.  Also, students can purchase Cougar tattoos on Friday mornings for 25 cents each or 5/$1.00.  All tattoo proceeds benefit the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life. 

Our Pledge and Vision

Hands holding the World


PLEDGE:
 "I am an important person and part of the caring community at Crawfordville Elementary.  I pledge to show respect for all students regardless of difference, make responsible choices, and be someone others can trust.  I am proud to be a Crawfordville Cougar!"

Written by Mr. Jeff Van Syckle, our Guidance Counselor

VISION:  "Our focus is to create an atmosphere of warmth, trust, and respect by continuously role modeling and helping others understand the importance of such an atmosphere.  We will lead students to believe in themselves by using data to show their strengths, data to help them set goals, and data to plan instruction so that students CAN meet their goals.  We will know students, take an interest in our students, and appreciate the diversity of our students.  Only positive, professional, productive approaches will be used towards parents, students and colleagues in order to establish and maintain the needed teamwork that it takes to succeed."

September for Seniors
  • September for Seniors

    During the month of September, Crawfordville Elementary will be raising money for the Senior Citizens of Wakulla County.  The money we raise will be put toward the “Meals on Wheels” program at the Crawfordville Senior Center. This is a way to help our Senior Citizens, teach our kids empathy and responsibility, and to have some fun in the process.  These are our plans for raising money:

    1. Hat Day on Friday-Students bring in 50 cent to wear a hat all day on 9/22 and 9/29
    2. Paper Chains-students bring in money to purchase links in the chain. ($1.00 each link) The grade level that creates the longest chain wins a “Dance Party”.
    3. Water Balloons-Students purchase water balloons for $1.00 each that they can throw at the Principal, Assistant Principal, or Guidance Counselor. (Or get all for $3.00!)
Upcoming Dates
  • September
    Sept. 4-Labor Day-No School
    Sept. 5-8 Help for Houston Fundraiser
    Sept. 13-Professional Development Day-No School for Students
    Sept. 21st-Progress Reports Sent Home
    Sept. 25th - PTA Meeting @3:45 in Media Center
    Sept. 27th-Florida Dad's Day-Dads Invited to eat Lunch with their Children

Title I News
      • Title I  Science Night will be held on the 12th of October. Come out and enjoy a pizza dinner, BINGO for Science Books and participate in science projects.
      • Browse through our Parent Resource Center located in the front office.  Located there are books and magazine articles on a wide variety of topics that can be checked out for your use.
      • Click this link to read the Parent Involvement Plan. 
      • The School Public Accountability Report (SPAR) is available for view at http://schoolgrades.fldoe.org.  You can also view a hard copy of the report in the CES front office.  This demographic report shows student achievement data for the prior school year.  
      • Title I Bump Up NIght will be May 10th from 6:00-7:00. Get a preview of what the next school year holds in store for your son/daughter and have a delicious hot dog dinner.

 

PTA News
  • Tyson Products
    Tyson Project A+ Look for "Project A+on Tyson food products and send those in.  We receive 24 cents for EVERY label.
  • Box Tops for EducationBox Tops for Education
    CES actively participates in the Box Tops For Education program.  Please send in Box Tops!  We have collected $2,133.10 so far!  Our goal for this school year is $4,000.00.  Click on the link below to find out more about this great program!
  • Box Tops MarketplaceBox Tops Marketplace
    If you are currently enrolled in the online Box Tops program and would like to access the Box Tops Marketplace site directly, click on the link below.  The Marketplace allows you to earn Box Tops by shopping at your favorite stores!
  • TARGET Take Charge for Education
    Take Charge of Education When making purchases using your RedCard, our school i.d. is 42328.  Target donates 1% of your purchase to our school.
  • Classrooms by Walmart Program
    Walmart ClassroomsShop at Wal-Mart online through https://classrooms.walmart.com/, select CES and they will give back 4% of your purchase to our school.
Battle of the Books
  • Attention all 3rd-5th graders!

    Click the kangaroo for information on the ultimate reading competition at CES.

    Battle of the Books

     

Student Council News
Candidates Posters Displayed Sept. 18th

Speeches Broadcast Sept. 25th at 2:15

Student Council Officer Elections Sept. 26th

 

Student Council


7 Habits of Happy Kids

Seven habits of Happy Kids

Cougar Highlights
SACS Meetings
  • SACS MEETINGS
    Anyone is welcome to come to our School Advisory Council Meetings

    Place: Crawfordville Elementary Media Center @ 3:45

    Dates:

    October 2, 2017

    December 4, 2017

    February 5, 2018

    May 21, 2018

Florida Learning Standards
The Wakulla County School District implements the Florida Learning Standards in Math and English/Language Arts (ELA)   For more information on these Florida specific standards, click on the links provided below:

Tips for Perfect Attendance
  • Did You Know?Did You Know?
    • Attending school regularly helps children feel better about school - and themselves.
    • How many absences are too many?   10% of the school year - that’s 18 missed days or 2 days a month.
    • Classroom instruction begins as soon as the morning bell rings at 8:55.
    • Every student counts.  Your child's attendance helps his/her classroom meet their attendance goal...and earn special rewards!
Growth Mindset
School Safety Reminders
Safety Matters

The safety of our students, faculty and staff is our number one priority. 

  • Please pull all the way forward when dropping off children in the morning and picking up in the afternoon.  Do not park your car and leave it unattended in the drop off/pick up line.
  • You will need a 2015-16 Dash Pass to pick up your child in the pick-up line after school.  Dash passes are available in the front office.
  • All visitors must check in through the front office.  Please have a valid driver's license with you.
  • Always leave through the front office after eating lunch with your child.  Please do not visit playgrounds or classrooms.
  • Checking your child out between 2:55 p.m. and 3:15 p.m. should ONLY be done with approval from the front office and for doctor's appointments.
  • The front office must be notified of all pick up and transportation changes




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