Monster Mash is Saturday, October 28th from 6pm-8pm. THIS EVENT ALMOST ALWAYS SELLS OUT SO GET YOUR TICKETS NOW! year’s Monster Mash event will feature an all new “Haunted Hallways” walk-through display.  As always, we will have a DJ rocking the best in monster mash tunes, a craft table for all ages, our signature Monster Makeover, Halloween Candy Guessing giveaway, and multiple games, including a new game for 2017 Monster Bowling.  Our very own CES Fortune Teller will be here to answer all your questions about the future too. Make sure to come early and hungry as we will have Food, Snacks, Candy andRead More →

Junior Achievement: If you have signed up to volunteer for this wonderful program please check in at the front office and meet us in the Science lab between 9 and 9:15am . Team up for hunger and wear your favorite team colors! Please continue to bring in donations for the food drive, most needed items are: Peanut butter, Macaroni and cheese, Canned vegetables, Rice, Tuna fish, and Cereal. Interims will be sent home.Read More →

Family dinner night was a great success and we want to thank our wonderful CES Staff and Administration who helped: Mrs. Lawhorn, Mrs. Davis, Mr. Bailey, Mrs. Loiselle, Ms. Dubina, Mrs. McCullough, Ms. Ferre, Ms. Lewis, Mrs. Gummeringer, Ms. Carruth, Mrs. Santiago, Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. Sweeney, Mrs. Klakring, Mrs. Williams, and Mrs. Shidle. We also could not have managed such an event without our amazing team of WatchDOGS and Cub Scout pack 731 who came ready to help! We hope everyone enjoyed themselves and as always, the PTA thanks you for your support!  Read More →

Show your pride and come join us to walk beside our awesome float during Arundel High Schools annual homecoming parade. All CES students will have chosen a personal goal which will be displayed on the float that our WatchDOGS are working hard to create. The parade will take place at the Arundel High School and Middle School complex on Wednesday, October 11 at 6pm. Please arrive early to find parking and meet with the CES crew! All CES students are welcome to come as long as they are accompanied by their parent. Please wear all white or at least a white shirt as there willRead More →

With the help of many people, movie night was a huge success. Thank you to the CES Staff who volunteered: Mr. Bailey, Mrs. Power, Mr. Gadson, Ms. Ferre, Ms. White, Ms. Lee, and Mrs. Gummeringer. Thank you to John Juppe and his team of WatchDOGS, and A special thanks goes out to Irene Easter who helped with some last minute must haves and also handled the bike raffle!  The students really enjoyed seeing the administration and some of their teachers in attendance, Mrs. Lawhorn, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Herring, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Ester, and Mrs. Loiselle. Movie night would not have been possible if not forRead More →

Tickets for pasta night must be purchased by 10:00 am Monday October 2nd. Tickets will not be sold at the door so please clink the link below to purchase and help us raise funds for our Math and Reading programs at CES. Bring the entire family and enjoy a menu of Chicken Marsala, penne pomodoro, caesar salad for adults and penne pomodoro with meatball for kids. Provided by Carrabba’s Italian Grill of Bowie. Event Date: Friday October 6th First Seating: 5pm-6:30pm Second Seating: 7pm-8:30 pm Location: CES Cafeteria Ticket prices are: $5 for children ages 10 and under $10 for adults and children overRead More →

MOVIE NIGHT: Don’t forget Movie Night is this Friday, September 29 2017. Please RSVP with the following link so we have enough concessions . If you would like to volunteer to help with Movie Night please click on the following link A huge THANK YOU to Family Bike Shop for donating a bike to raffle off at movie night. Raffle tickets with be $2 for 1 ticket, $5 for 3 tickets or $10 for 7 tickets.   JA DAY: We are still in need for volunteers for Junior Achievement .   FAMILY DINNER: Don’t forget that Family Dinner night is fast approaching, be sureRead More →

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! Instructional volunteers are needed to participate in Junior Achievement Day on Monday, October 9. Students participate in the Junior Achievement (JA) program, teaching them about entrepreneurship, work readiness, and financial literacy through experiential, hands-on instruction. JA is taught in each classroom by adult volunteers (e.g. parents, guardians, grandparents, aunts, uncles, etc.). This is a great opportunity to participate in your child’s education. We will have a training session on September 25, 2017 at 6:30 in the Media Center.  This will be a one-hour training session will be made available to all adult volunteers.   While optional, it is strongly recommended that you attend.  Your individual instructionalRead More →

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED Students grades K-5 have begun using the Accelerated Reader program.  We are in need of volunteers to help count up the number of Accelerated Reader (AR) quizzes each student completed and to put together a bag of rewards for each student.  The bag of rewards will be sorted by teacher. 3 volunteers are needed for each counting day.  Counting will take place on Thursdays at 9:30am.  If all three volunteer slots are filled it only takes 1 hour.  It’s not a big time commitment but it really is a huge help!  Please sign up for 1 or as many time slots as you canRead More →

Family dinner night on 10/6/17 is something for the entire family that you do not want to miss. The food will be catered by Carrabba’s Italian Grill and the menu will be Chicken Marsala, penne pomodora with Caesar salad for the adults and penne pomodoro with meatball for children. There will be two seating’s one at 5pm and on at 7pm. Cost of tickets is $10 for adults and children over 10 and $5 for children ages 10 and under. For tickets go to   WatchD.O.G.S. (Dads Of Great Students) are positive male role models (fathers, step-fathers, grandfathers, uncles, and other father-figures) who volunteer inRead More →