web analytics

Tag Archive | "open house"

Back to School information


2018–2019 Orientation and Open Houses

Monday, August 27 – High School Orientation

9th Grade – 12:00 pm

10th Grade – 8:00 am

11th Grade – 9:15 am

12th  Grade – 10:30 am

Tuesday, August 28 – Open Houses

Middle School – 7th & 8th Grades 5:00 – 6:30 pm

New Beginnings – 6:00 – 7:00 pm

Wednesday, August 29 – Open Houses

Cedar Trails Elementary – K & 1st Grades

5:00 – 6:00 pm

Beach Elementary – 2nd & 3rd Grades

5:30 – 6:30 pm

Cedar View Elementary – 4th & 5th Grades

6:00 – 7:00 pm

Red Hawk Elementary  – 6th Grade

Team A & B – 5:30 pm:  Pfeifer, Elenbaas, Jarrett, Alvarez, Willette, Kloe

Team C – 6:30 pm:  Ludwig, Sheckler, Scott

First Day of School Tuesday, September 4, 2018

2018 – 2019 School Calendar available at www.csredhawks.org

Enroll TODAY!  

2018—2019 Kindergarten Class Enrollment 

Your child must be 5 years old by September 1, 2018 to register for Kindergarten. Visit www.csredhawks.org select K-12 Enrollment. Contact the Registrar at 616.696.7317 with any questions.

SCHOOL BUS STOPS—School buses are like traffic signals 

  • When overhead lights are flashing yellow—PREPARE TO STOP! 
  • When overhead lights are flashing red—STOP 
  • When the hazard warning lights are flashing—PROCEED WITH CAUTION

2018 – 2019 Food Service Information

Elementary Breakfast—$1.40

Elementary Lunch—$2.35

Secondary Breakfast – $1.50

Secondary Lunch—$2.85 – $3.00

Milk—$.50

Online deposits are available through www.sendmoneytoschool.com where you will have the convenience of checking meal account balances, making deposits into those accounts and eventually depositing money into other department accounts.

We also offer the convenience of applying for the USDA Meal Program at www.lunchapp.com.  Forms are also available in the building offices.  If you have any questions, please contact Holly Haywood @ 616-696-0372 or e-mail Holly.Haywood@csredhawks.org

Cedar Springs Health Center 

Open 8 am-3:30 pm Monday through Friday. For students ages 3-21. Located in the Red Hawk Elementary building – south entrance. Call 616.696.3470 or visit www.cherryhealth.org

Cedar Springs School Health Center is a program coordinated by Cherry Health in partnership with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and the Michigan Department of Education.  The health center’s professional staff includes a medical provider, registered nurse, social worker and support staff.

Campus Kids – Before and After School Care

Campus Kids is a State Licensed Day Care program and we are preparing for school start.  We offer Before and After School Care throughout the school year.  Campus Kids opens at 6:00 am at both Cedar Trails Elementary and Beach Elementary.  We do activities throughout the morning, and then serve a light breakfast.  We dismiss the students in time to get to their class at either Cedar Trails, Beach, or Cedar View.  Cedar Trails students may attend Campus Kids at their school, while Beach and Cedar View students may attend at Beach.  In the afternoons, Campus Kids opens at 3:30pm for students at the same locations.  A healthy snack is served and homework help and fun activities are offered until 6:00pm.  To enroll, please complete and return a registration packet before September 1, 2018 to reserve your spot.  Packets may be picked up at Cedar Trails, or they can be found online at csredhawks.org.  

For an additional charge, we also offer care on early release days and on snow days for pre-registered children.   Please call (616) 696-1716 or email campus.kids@csredhawks.org for additional information.

Building/Department Telephone Numbers

Administration Building 616-696-1204

Superintendent Smith

Assistant Superintendent Spry

Business & Finance Director Malloch

Services

Campus Kids 616-696-1716

Food Service 616-696-0372

Facilities/Maintenance 616-696-0464

Pre-School/Early Childhood 616-696-9884

Special Services 616-696-0580

Transportation 616-696-1450

Posted in Cedar Springs Public Schools, FeaturedComments (0)

Open House & Orientation Information 


 

August 28, Monday

High School Orientation

9th Grade 12:00 pm

10th Grade  8:00 am

11th Grade – 9:15 am

12th Grade – 10:30 am

 

August 29, Tuesday

Middle School – 7th & 8th Grades 5:00 – 6:30 pm

New Beginnings Alternative HS 5:00 – 6:00 pm

 

August 30, Wednesday

Cedar Trails – K & 1st Grades 6:00 – 7:00 pm

Beach Elementary 5:30 – 6:30 pm

Cedar View – 4th & 5th Grades 5:00 – 6:00 pm

Red Hawk Elementary Team A – 5:30 pm  Team B – 7:00 pm

Posted in Cedar Springs Public SchoolsComments (0)

IMPORTANT FIRST DATES!


K-12 Orientation and Open House

Tuesday, Aug. 22, 5:30 – 8:00 p.m.

FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL

MONDAY, AUGUST 28

Posted in CTAComments (0)

Creative Technologies Academy SCHOOL CALENDAR


SCHOOL HOURS

Grades K-5: 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Grades 6-12: 7:45 a.m. – 2:45 p.m.

FlexTrac Grades 9-12: (7:45 a.m. – 2:45 p.m. including 2 self-scheduled hours)

August

22 Open House (K-12) – 5:30 – 8:00 PM

28 First Day of School

31 Early Release Day (12:45 and 1:00 pm)

September

1-4 No School – Labor Day Break

6 XC #1 Conference Meet @Riverside Park

9 Hill & Bale XC Invitational @Fremont Middle School

12 School Picture Day

13 Mobile Dentist

15 Early Release Day

15 XC MSU Spartan Invitational @Forest Akers Golf Course

29 Early Release Day

*Early Release Dismissal Schedule

● K-5 Dismissal at 1:00 p.m.

● 6-12 Dismissal at 12:45 p.m.

Posted in CTAComments (0)

Cedar Springs Community Library Grand Opening


The ceremonial ribbon cutting at the new Cedar Springs Community Library. From L to R: Duane McIntyre, licensed builder; Solon Township Supervisor Bob Ellick; Cedar Springs Mayor Gerald Hall; Library Director Donna Clark; CS City Manager Michael Womack; Lakeland Library Coop Director Sandra Wilson; Claudia and Tom Mabie, representatives of the Community Building Development Team. Not shown are Mayor Pro Tem Pam Conley (to the far left of Duane McIntyre) and Kurt Mabie, Chair of the CBDT (to the right of Tom Mabie). Photo by Kathy Anderson.

The ceremonial ribbon cutting at the new Cedar Springs Community Library. From L to R: Duane McIntyre, licensed builder; Solon Township Supervisor Bob Ellick; Cedar Springs Mayor Gerald Hall; Library Director Donna Clark; CS City Manager Michael Womack; Lakeland Library Coop Director Sandra Wilson; Claudia and Tom Mabie, representatives of the Community Building Development Team. Not shown are Mayor Pro Tem Pam Conley (to the far left of Duane McIntyre) and Kurt Mabie, Chair of the CBDT (to the right of Tom Mabie). Photo by Kathy Anderson.

By Sue Harrison

A project planned for many years became a reality last Saturday, May 13, with the grand opening celebration of the new Cedar Springs Community Library, located in the “Heart of Cedar Springs” at the corner of Main and W. Maple St.

Sue Harrison, Master of Ceremonies, introduced the event by thanking the dozens of organizations and countless individuals who have been working on the Town Square, which includes the new library, a Veteran’s Clock Tower, a bridge across Cedar Creek, a steel dragonfly sculpture, and the historic flowing well.

“So much has been done already, but in order to complete the vision, much more funding is needed through donations and pledges through the Community Building Development Team,” she added.

The Ceremony started with the American Legion Color Guard Glen Hill Post 287 raising the American flag and the State of Michigan Flag on the new flagpoles in front of the Library

The Ceremony started with the American Legion Color Guard Glen Hill Post 287 raising the American flag and the State of Michigan Flag on the new flagpoles in front of the Library

The Ceremony started with the American Legion Color Guard Glen Hill Post 287 raising the American flag and the State of Michigan Flag on the new flagpoles in front of the Library. Viet Nam veteran Dan Davis delivered the invocation, which was followed by the playing of the Star Spangled Banner and America the Beautiful by members of the Cedar Springs High School, under the direction of Ryan Miller and Adam Borst.

City Manager Michael Womack and Mayor Pro-tem Pam Conley spoke about the city planting a maple tree on the library grounds. Mayor Gerald Hall presented some special “Making a Difference” awards to Duane McIntyre, Kurt Mabie, Dale Larson, and Dean Wall for for their work on the “Heart of Cedar Springs” projects.

Louise King, member of the Library Board, gave some of the history of the library in Cedar Springs and introduced Cedar Springs Library Director Donna Clark, who spoke about the importance of the new library to the Cedar Springs Community.

Crowd gathers in front of library for the Grand Opening.

Crowd gathers in front of library for the Grand Opening.

“This is a very significant contribution to our community and one only being accomplished through a cooperative and caring group of people. Our community now has its own library where people of all ages can learn, share, gather, and celebrate for many years to come,” said Clark.

The Ribbon Cutting for the Library followed with many dignitaries present. They were Duane McIntyre, licensed builder; Solon Township Supervisor Bob Ellick; Cedar Springs Mayor Gerald Hall; Library Director Donna Clark; CS City Manager Michael Womack; Lakeland Library Coop Director Sandra Wilson; Claudia and Tom Mabie and Kurt Mabie, representatives of the Community Building Development Team.

Mayor Gerald Hall does a ceremonial first check-out of The Cedar Springs Story. He is shown here with co-author Sue Harrison and Library Director Donna Clark. Photo by Kathy Anderson.

Mayor Gerald Hall does a ceremonial first check-out of The Cedar Springs Story. He is shown here with co-author Sue Harrison and Library Director Donna Clark. Photo by Kathy Anderson.

After the ribbon cutting, Mayor Gerald Hall ceremonially checked out the first book, a signed copy of The Cedar Springs Story presented to him by co-author, Sue Harrison. The book will remain permanently in the library and will be checked out in perpetuity to the Mayor.

Members of the Cedar Springs Women’s Club served refreshments to the hundreds of visitors who toured the new library and grounds. Visitors also talked with local authors Sue Harrison, Shirley Neff, Kathryn Moore, David Stricklen and puppeteer Rebecca Casavant. The Open House lasted from 2:30-5:00 p.m.

 

View of the Community Room patio.

View of the Community Room patio.

View of the interior of the new Cedar Springs Community Library

View of the interior of the new Cedar Springs Community Library

Posted in Featured, NewsComments (0)

Chamber of Commerce to hold pre-holiday open house


 

The Cedar Springs Area Chamber of Commerce is promoting a community-wide pre-holiday open house on Saturday, November 14.

According to Chamber President Perry Hopkins, they would like people to shop our community, and find out what Cedar Springs has to offer.

“The second weekend in November is the same weekend of opening day of (gun) deer season. On this weekend the majority of the people are hunting, shopping, or dining out. For some, this is when they start their Thanksgiving and Christmas shopping. There really is no need for people in the Cedar Springs Area to drive down to the bigger city to shop or dine out,” explained Hopkins.

He noted that there are a wide variety of stores to choose from, including an eclectic herbal tea shop, lumber/hardware store, two large farm stores, two antique stores, a video game store, two cell phone stores, two auto parts stores, a large grocery store, two ice cream shops, four dollar stores, a pool/water supply store, flooring store, ceramics and gift store, a custom shirt-making business, several pizza places, a home brew store, over a dozen fast food restaurants, at least five sit-down restaurants, a dozen places to get hair and nails done, the historic Kent Theatre, a new brewery and restaurant, and much more!

Watch next week’s Post with an advertisement for area specials on November 14.

Shop local, save money, and invest in your local community!

Posted in NewsComments (0)

Cedar Springs Brewing Company


BUS-CS-Brewing

Cedar Springs Brewing Company held an open house on Red Flannel Day, to give residents a sneak peek inside. They served their homemade sodas and brats. They are still waiting, however, to finally get the go ahead to finally open.

“It was wonderful to see so many people turn out for our sneak peek open house,” said owner David Ringler. “We hope you enjoyed everything you saw, and please know there is more to come. We are still several weeks from opening as we await our permanent occupancy permit, Michigan Department of Agriculture approval and our final MLCC inspection.”

If you want to be informed, you can sign up for their emails on their website at www.csbrew.com. They are also taking orders for their Stammtisch Club at www.csbrew.com/stammtisch. Ringler said that members would be the first people invited in when the time comes.

Posted in BusinessComments (0)

RON & JOAN RYKERT


60th Anniversary

RON & JOAN RYKERT

Ron and Joan (Yanke) Rykert were married on July 9, 1955 in Amble, Michigan. They have lived in Cedar Springs for over 30 years. They have been blessed with four children, eight grandchildren and six great grandchildren. A 60th Anniversary “Open House” will be held in their honor on Sunday, July 12th from 2 to 4 pm at the Courtland Township Hall, 7450 -14 Mile Rd. NE, Rockford, Michigan. Stop by and say Hi!

Posted in AnniversaryComments (0)

50th Anniversary


C-Anniv-Pierce1

C-Anniv-Pierce2DICK AND ARLENE PIERCE

Dick and Arlene Pierce are blessed to celebrate their 50th anniversary on June 14, 2015. They were married June 12, 1965 in the Courtland-Oakfield Methodist Church in Courtland Center Township, Rockford, Michigan. Dick’s uncle Rev. Lawrence Lewis performed the ceremony. Their children are Carmen (Keith) Corbin of Noblesville, Indiana, Wayne (Christine) Pierce of Cedar Springs, Michigan, and Jeff Pierce of Pierson, Michigan. Their grandchildren are Catelin, Madelin and Brielle Pierce and Isak Corbin. They will celebrate with an “Open House” June 14, 2015 from 1 to 5 pm at Pierson Bible Church CMB Fellowship Building in Pierson, Michigan. Please, no gifts.

The secret of their success is “Knowing the Lord is in control.”

Posted in AnniversaryComments (0)

Happy 90th Birthday


C-BDay-Nielsen

ALGER NIELSEN

 

The family of Alger Nielsen, retired Cedar Springs High School teacher and coach, invites you to help celebrate his 90th birthday at an Open House on Saturday, November 8th from 4:30 to 8:30 pm, at the D.B.S. Community Center in downtown Trufant, MI. A supper buffet will be served from 5 to 7 pm. Join us for a great evening, but NO GIFTS, please!

Posted in AnnouncementComments (0)

advert
Ensley Team Five Star Realty
Advertising Rates Brochure
Cedar Car Co
Kent Theatre

Get the Cedar Springs Post in your mailbox for only $35.00 a year!