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Cedar View Students Celebrate Earth Day

Ms. Amy Constant, Cedar View Teacher

The students of Mrs. Constant’s 4th grade class celebrating Earth Day by cleaning up the grounds of Cedar View, Beach, Trails, Red Hawk, District Office, and Morley Park!  After studying about natural resources, plant and animal life, and environmental impacts, the students chose to perform this service-learning project to make a difference in their community!   They collected 3 bags of trash!  What a great way to demonstrate your school and community pride.

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Bands earn 1st division ratings

CSPS-State-Band-Festival-webCONGRATULATIONS TO THE CEDAR SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL BANDS FOR EARNING 1st DIVISION RATINGS AT THE STATE BAND FESTIVAL!!! IT’S A GREAT DAY TO BE A RED HAWK!!!

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Community Playground Build completed

CSPS-Cedar-Trails-Kids-Playground-Build-webCommunity Playground Build completed on April 30 at Cedar Trails Elementary Kindergarten and 1st grade playgrounds.  Thank you to all the volunteers who came out to support this event!

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7th grade band performs

Band Teacher Adam Hendry brought members of the 7th grade band to the 4-13-15 Board of Education Meeting for a spectacular performance. What a show!

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Maple Syrup Contest

Congratulations to the FFA for finishing 2nd place in the “Best of the West” Maple Syrup ContestCSPS-FFA-group-photo

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Cedar Trails Honor Guard

 

“Cedar Trails Honor Guard” participants from 3/31/15. Mr. Sartore selects different students each day to help him take down the flag at the end of the day. He chooses the students based on their character and if they are a “powerful” Red Hawk. The four students in these pictures are Kindergartners and they were very proud to help Mr. Sartore. What an honor!

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Cherry Health

 Cedar Springs School Health Center 

204 East Muskegon Street

Cedar Springs, MI 49319

Phone: 616.696.3470

Hours: 8 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Mon – Fri

Cedar Springs School Health Center 

Located in the south side of the Red Hawk building. Enter through the New Beginnings door. 

Health Center Staff 

The Health Center’s staff includes a medical provider, registered nurse, social worker, community health worker and support staff.

Fees for Service 

Services may be billed to insurance when possible. Services are provided regardless of ability to pay. 

Parental Consent 

Consent by a parent or guardian is required for students under the age of 18 for medical, dental or behavioral health services.

Who is Eligible for Services 

Students ages 10 – 21. Students under age 10 must be a sibling or child of a student utilizing the health center.

Services Available 

 Well-child visits and physicals for school, work, sports and camp

 Treatment for minor illnesses and injuries

 Referrals for more serious illnesses, injuries, and additional care

 Assistance with chronic health problems and prescriptions for medications

 Hearing and vision screening, lab work and diagnostic testing

 Counseling and crisis intervention services

 On-site Medicaid enrollment

Coming Fall 2015 

 Immunizations

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Upcoming Events:

 

• Class of 2015 Cedar Springs High School graduation ceremony  May 28, 2015 @ 7pm.  Red Hawk Stadium – weather permitting

• Class of 2015 New Beginnings High School graduation ceremony  May 21, 2015 @ 7pm.  Red Hawk Elementary Gymnasium

• Student Early Release – May 15, 2015

• No School Memorial Break,   May 22 through May 25; students returning on May 26.

• Last day of school for students June 3, 2015

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K-5 News: Reading Month Wrap Up

Mrs. Atkins reads to 2nd graders

Mrs. Atkins reads to 2nd graders

March was Reading Month and it is a favorite of ours at CTA! We Chargers really get into the friendly competition of reading. This past March was no different. Our theme was “Isle of the Reading Chargers.” Each grade had its own pirate ship that moved every week depending on the number of hours read. In order to reach the first island, “Port of Poems”, classes had to read 50 hours. The second island, “Port of Fairy Tales”, the class had to read 150 hours. When classes reached each port, the teacher would read texts from those specific genres to his or her class. When classes reached 400 hours, Mystery Readers arrived to their rooms. Pictured below: Mystery Reader, Mrs. Kelly Atkins, is reading to our lucky second grade class.

Mr. Oldebekking gets sprayed with silly string

Mr. Oldebekking gets sprayed with silly string

The K-8 staff set a goal of 4000 hours throughout the whole month of March. After the first week, students in grades K-8 read almost 1000 hours! Each week of March, we met altogether and unveiled the leading class. It was a tight race between three grades throughout the month; first, fourth, and a surprise appearance by the sixth grade class. In the end, the first grade pulled out the win; they read over 720 hours during the month! Since they were the highest reading class, the students were able to pick a staff member to spray silly string. Of course they chose our much-beloved Mr. Oldebekking! During our Student Showcase, the first graders were able to silly string him in front of the whole school! This year’s March is Reading Month was quite the success! Thank you everyone for your support of this initiative!

CTA K-8 during the Month of March read 4339 hours! WAY TO GO CHARGERS!!!!

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CTA Calendar

 

April 23 Daddy/Daughter Dance (grades K-6): 5-7 pm

27 HIV/AIDS Health Curriculum Meeting for 5th grade Parents: 4-4:30 pm

Family Night: 4:30-6 pm

Parent/Superintendent Town Hall Meeting: 6-7 pm

May 1 Student Early Release – (2 hours early)

K-5 Dismissal at 12:55 pm

6-12 Dismissal at 1:06 pm

HS Prom @ Boulder Creek – 7 pm

4-8 Teacher Appreciation Week

5  New/Prospective Family Open House: 5:30-7 pm

6 NHS Induction Ceremony: 1:30 pm

7  Mother/Son Game Night for grades K-6: 4-6 pm

8 Mobile Dentist: 8:30 am

12 Wall of Honor Celebration: 2 pm

15  Student Early Release – (2 hours early)

K-5 Dismissal at 12:55 pm

6-12 Dismissal at 1:06 pm

Carnival/Art Gallery Night: 5-8 pm

18 Girls Charging Ahead 5K – 3:15 pm

21 Literacy Night: 3:15-5:15 pm

21-22 Senior Trip to Cedar Point

22 No School for Students and Staff

25 No School for Students and Staff – Memorial Recess

29 Graduation @ Cedar Springs High School – 7 pm

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