Important News & Upcoming Events

Student Friendly Schedules Ready to Print (one grade per page)

Student Friendly Schedules Ready to Print (one grade per page)

Student Absences

Student Absences Please email all student attendance notes clesabsence@hcpss.org to ensure that your student's lawful absence is marked as excused and they will have the opportunity to make up work. In your email, please include your child's name and grade. Please remember that you have up to 5 days after your child's return to school to submit an absence note. When emailing a note, you will receive an automated message to verify that your email was received. Please do not send attendance notes to your child's teachers. If you have any questions about your child's attendance, please email clesabsence@hcpss.org. Student attendance for Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday will occur as follows: At the elementary level, both the homeroom teacher and mathematics teacher will take attendance, noting whether students were present online for synchronous instruction. A student must attend BOTH the ELA synchronous session and the Math synchronous session to be counted present for a full day. If a student attends EITHER the ELA synchronous session or the Math synchronous session he/she will be marked present for a half day. If a student DOES NOT attend the ELA synchronous session or the Math synchronous session he/she will be marked absent for the day.. Student attendance for Wednesday instruction will occur as follows: A student will be counted as present for Wednesday if they do one or more of the following since the previous Wednesday: Submit an assignment to one of their teachers Engage in synchronous instruction with an HCPSS teacher Complete work in the Canvas learning management system, DreamBox or Lexia Core5

UPDATED 20-21 School Supply List for the Virtual Setting

School Supply Lists: Please find the school supply list for all elementary schools here. For the 2020-21 school year, there is one supply list for all elementary schools. The number of supplies on the list have been reduced to keep costs down for families and reflect those most essential for virtual learning. Please look at the supplies you already have at home and reuse items, especially notebooks that still have pages you can use. There is no expectation that you purchase new items, this is simply a list of supplies that you will need during virtual learning.

CLES Parent Newsletter: The Dolphin Detail

Find current and previous news here.

CLES PTA Website

Please check out the new CLES PTA website.

NETWORK OF CARE FOR BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

The Network of Care is a resource for individuals, families, and agencies. Network of Care Website (Links to an external site.) Provided by the Howard County Health Department/Bureau of Behavioral Health/Local Behavioral Health Authority (Links to an external site.). The Network of Care is a resource for individuals, families, and agencies. It provides up to date information in the whole range of human services including behavioral health, basic needs, and community resources. Regardless of where you begin your search for assistance, the Network of Care helps you find what you need - it helps ensure that there is "No Wrong Door" for those who need services.

Summer Video Messages from CLES Staff

Monday, August 10, 2020 - 1:00pm

Open House Presentations

Please find the presentations from the Open House on 9.4.2020

Essential Applications & Resources