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December School News

Stay Healthy this Season

BECOME A RED HAWK WALKER 11/2/15—3/31/16 

The cold air is settling in, but you don’t have to give up your workout. Cedar Springs Public Schools supports your effort to stay healthy this season. Red Hawk Elementary will open their doors to all community members who would like to walk the halls from 4:00-8:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday when school is in session. If Cedar Springs Public Schools is closed due to inclement weather, holiday or no school scheduled, walking is canceled that day.

Scheduled days closed… December 21 – January 3, February 15 & 16.

For inclement weather school closings, please stay tuned to your local TV Station listings.

School Cancellations and Closings

Occasionally, adverse weather conditions or other emergency situations may make it necessary to cancel school, delay the start of school, cancel evening activities or run buses on main/paved roads only. When these situations occur, notice will be communicated to WOOD TV 8, WXMI Fox 17, and WZZM TV 13 through the Grand Rapids Area Information Line (GRAIL) to all subscribing area media.

In the event of a 2-hour delay, students will be picked up by the bus approximately 2 hours later than their routine pick-up time. Morning Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE) and morning preschool classes will be cancelled.

Campus Kids will be open on days that school is closed and / or delayed unless otherwise noted in school closing announcements.

Buses will not transport students to Kent Career and Technical Center for 1st session when a school delay or cancellation is issued. Students will be given a weather-related absence at KCTC when we are officially not transporting them. Students who choose to drive personal vehicles to KCTC on school delays or cancellations assume responsibility for their decision.

When school evening activities are cancelled, this cancellation also includes all clubs, organizations and extra-curricular events held on campus and scheduled for that evening.

For more information, please visit www.csredhawks.org/Parents/Emergency-Notification/index.html or call 616-696-1204.

PTO Volunteer Opportunities

Beach Santa Shop

December 7 – 11

Volunteers are needed to help students create gifts.

Contact Jeni McIntyre   jeni12796@hotmail.com

PTO welcome any and all volunteers!  These events are not possible without your support!

School Breakfast

Does your child miss breakfast – no time or simply isn’t hungry first thing in the morning?

Here’s a solution:    School Breakfast!

School breakfast provides 1/4 of your child’s daily nutrition needs and research shows breakfast provides fuel for school and boosts brain power.  Breakfast at school is affordable, too.  It’s available for all students and if you qualify for free or reduced price lunch, you also qualify for free or reduced price breakfast.  Encourage your child to join us for school breakfast.

Time Served:  7:10 am  & 8:30 am

Ski & ride

Cedar Springs Public Schools is partnering with the Cannonsburg Ski Area for affordable ski & ride options for K-12 students and PARENTS! These passes can be used every day of the week-even holidays!

4th Grade and up meet on Thursdays with optional busing available for an additional cost. Forms are available in each school building office.   Due by December 5!

Got Health Insurance? 

Cherry Health enrollment staff will provide information about the Affordable Care Act and how to sign up for health insurance.

WHEN: December 14, 2015     3:00 – 6:00pm

WHERE: North Kent Community Services,

10075 Northland Drive, Rockford, MI  49341


Contact: 866.299.1339     www.cherryhealth.org

Upcoming Events

December 4:  Student Early Release

December 12:  Cedar View Chorus Winter Concert

December 14:  Board Of Education Meeting     6:00pm

December 17: 6-8th Grade Choir Concert

December 18:  Student Early Release

December 21 – January 1:  Winter Break

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