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Photo submittedCawood Elementary School recently held a block party to promote the importance of the KPREP assessments and to encourage students to do their best for third- through eighth-grades
Photo submittedCawood Elementary School recently held a block party to promote the importance of the KPREP assessments and to encourage students to do their best for third- through eighth-grades
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Cawood Elementary School recently held a block party to promote the importance of the KPREP assessments and to encourage students to do their best for third- through eighth-grades


Over 40 students participated in kindergarten registration at Cumberland Elementary School on May 1. Students participated in hearing/vision screenings, motor skill screenings and various other activities while parents filled out the necessary forms for the children to attend school this fall. This event was sponsored by the Harlan Board of Education, KCEOC and CES FRYSC.


The Girl Power Club at Cumberland Elementary School visited the “Loaves & Fishes” food pantry in April to help stock shelves as well as give out bread and dairy products to people visiting the pantry. This was a great learning/giving experience for the students. The Girl Power club is sponsored by the CES FRYSC and Club 180. It is open to any middle school girl who wishes to attend.


Kindergarten- through eighth-grade students at Cumberland Elementary School attend a “Remix” program in April. This program was sponsored by UNITE and the CES FRYSC. Through fun activities with the help of a big, green dinosaur named Jiggy students were prepped for testing, learned about self esteem and drug prevention.


The Bureau of Lectures program, “Something Ridiculous,” entertained the students and staff at Cumberland Elementary School in April 18. Students in kindergarten- through eighth-grade attended the program which featured jugglers, unicyclists and many other feats. This event was sponsored by the Cumberland Elementary School FRYSC.


The K-4 class at Cumberland Elementary School participated in a parent/child activity class on April 17 that ended with an Easter egg hunt for the students. Free information, lunch and Easter treats were given to the children and their parents. This activity was sponsored by the Cumberland Elementary FRYSC.


 
 
 
 
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