Dignity for All Students Act

Click here to report an incident.

APPR

Croton-Harmon Annual Professional Performance Review (APPR)

Click here for more information on APPR as well as the plans for both teachers and principals.

School Calendar

Mon, Dec 22 - Fri, Jan 2
HOLIDAY RECESS
Monday, January 5
Classes Resume
Thursday, January 8
CHEF Board Meeting
Friday, January 9
SEPTA Board Meeting, 9:30 a.m.
Monday, January 12
Board of Education School/Village Community Meeting, 7:30 p.m.
CHHS Booster Club Meeting, 7:30 p.m.

School Song & School Spirit

Do you know the C.E.T. School Song?
 
Click here for a printable song sheet
 
Click here to listen to the melody.


Does your little tiger cub need some Spiritwear?
If you would like to order or have any questions, please contact Anne Tyre at 
646-752-1116 or am71174@aol.com
(Click on the picture above to view available Spiritwear)


Today, 12/21/2014
High: 39 Low: 26
Mostly cloudy
14% chance of precipitation.
Tomorrow, 12/22/2014
High: 44 Low: 36
Slight chance rain
38% chance of precipitation.

The Croton-Harmon Schoolhouse

 


Click on the Croton-Harmon Schoolhouse
 and learn about all the connections between and among the District Mission and Vision and our students, teachers and community.

CET Promotes


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C.E.T will REACH for Knowledge

Respect Effort Acceptance Cooperation Honesty 

 


In the News...

Teachers Teach Peers About Technology
After students were dismissed for a half-day, educators from across the district came together at Croton-Harmon High School on Dec. 3 for the annual Tech Expo.

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A Sweet Start to the Holidays
Carrie E. Tompkins Elementary School first-graders got into the holiday spirit on Dec. 3 by decorating candy houses with their parents.

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Third Grade Takes Audience Around the World
Carrie E. Tompkins Elementary School third-graders delighted parents with their Light the Candles All Around the World concert on Dec. 4.
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Fourth-Graders Sing at United Nations
Carrie E. Tompkins Elementary School fourth-graders were part of a global celebration of children’s rights at the United Nations in New York City on Nov. 20.

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CET Collects Food for Local Families
Looking to make a real impact in the local community, Carrie E. Tompkins Elementary School continued its annual tradition of partnering with the Croton Caring Committee to collect food for families in need this Thanksgiving.

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First-Graders Share Thanksgiving Meal
Carrie E. Tompkins Elementary School first-graders embodied the spirit of giving and sharing during the annual Thanksgiving feast on Nov. 21.
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Health & Wellness




Click for Information
about Enterovirus D68 
 


We are fortunate that the CET PTA sponsored the Professional Lice Screening event in September. However, lice are constantly around us, especially within the elementary school age population. Parents have continued to phone us about new cases, and the Health Office has also diagnosed students in many classes. For this reason, I am asking all parents to keep checking their children each week.
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Parent Library in the Health Office

by Judy Cohen
Judy.Cohen@chufsd.org
and
Renee Tanner
Renee.Tanner@chufsd.org

A library has been set up in the Health Office with books on various topics for parents to read and discuss with their children. The books cover a wide range of medical and social/emotional topics.

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Please find below articles regarding social emotional wellness for students and their families.

Social-Emotional Wellness

Lauren Fischer, School Psychologist

A Caring Child

According to a recent article in the NY Times, researchers have found that instilling a caring attitude within children is more important to parents than their child’s academic achievement...

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PAL Program: Protect A Life From Food Allergies Program
Renee Tanner, 
District Social Worker

-Dear CET Families-

For the past several years, CET has established the PAL Program:  Protect A Life From Food Allergies Program where lunch tables are set up in the Multipurpose Room for students who have severe allergies and must sit at an allergy table....

 PAL Program Form

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Personal Space

Renee Tanner, Social Worker

During the month of October, I have been doing whole class lessons on personal space in kindergarten.  Personal space is a concept that is difficult for some people of all ages to understand.  For a person to be at their best in any situation, they must have the adequate amount of personal space.

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Bottle caps for Aveda:  Bring in bottle caps and help save the environment! There is a bin near the Multi-Purpose Room to put your caps in.  Together with 1700 schools, Aveda has been able to recycle over 700,000 pounds of caps - preventing approximately 81 million caps from entering our waterways and landfills. Click here for more information.

Announcements

Our 4th grade chorus will perform at
Westchester’s Winter Wonderland
at the Kensico Dam Plaza, Valhalla.


on this Thursday, December 18, at 5:00PM! 

The venue is all outdoors, with the Parks Showmobile available as weather permits. Entertainment such as Ice Sculpting, storytelling, strolling entertainment, a light show, outdoor ice skating rink, hay rides and food vendors will be part of the festivities.  Our chorus will perform our Winter Concert program as part of the celebration. 
Come show your support and have some fun!!!


IMPORTANT DATES

December 12 - Winter Concertfor Parents, 8:45 a.m.,
CET Multipurpose Room

December 22 - January 2 -

Holiday Recess, Schools Closed

January 5 -
Classes Resume

January 19
- Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Schools Closed

January 30 - CET Report Cards go home


Please label your child’s lunchbox and outer clothing including sweatshirts. Each year our Lost and Found is piled high with sweatshirts, sweaters, and coats that go unclaimed.


 Important Message from The After School Program Director:

The Winter/Spring After School Program
will begin on MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2nd

  not on January 26th as printed on the official school district calendar.  The program will run 10 weeks for regular classes with an additional 2 weeks for any make-up classes. 



Please Click on the Image Above For CET After School Program Registration Info

If you are moving, either within Croton or out of the area, please be sure to contact the Principal's office and speak with Mrs. Kooney (271-5184 x 3212) as soon as you know your plans. 


Order your School Tool Supply Boxes today at www.schooltoolbox.com  





Click here for the new Form for New Students for the K12 Alerts Notification System

Updating your and your child’s information in the K12 Alerts system:

To be sure we have the most up-to-date information for you and your child, you may access K12 Alerts by either logging on to the CET Homepage where you will find “Parent Portal/K12Alerts” or by accessing the Croton-Harmon School District’s Homepage and clicking on “Parent and Resident Portal/K12Alerts”. Once you log in to the K-12 Alert System, you will be able to make any necessary changes to your or your child’s information.


Information on the Lunch/Recess Program

Some things to note:

The lunch/recess period is 45 minutes. Students have about 20-25 minutes to eat and 20-25 minutes to play. Students go to recess before lunch.

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This year CET will continue to participate in the Labels for Education program. Through the program we can collect UPCs from participating products to earn points that can be redeemed for FREE educational merchandise.

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News

2014 National Blue Ribbon Award
-Carrie E. Tompkins Elementary-


We are all very proud of being designated as an Exemplary High Performing school.



What's happening at CET?? 
Read all about it in the December 5th, 2014
Principal's Newsletter!

CLICK HERE to view the CET Special Area FALL 2014 newsletter. For more specific information, click at the top of the CET Website, where it says "Grade Level/Dept."

  PTA Coffee Presentation on
Differentiation
Differentiation is an instructional approach that recognizes that students differ as learners in terms of background experience, culture, interests, models of learning, independence as well as other ways. Looking for more specific information? Click the image below for Mrs. Maloney's Power Point Presentation

 



News from the Assistant Principal,

Mrs. Kerri Bianchi

Social and Emotional Learning is such a critical part of your child’s education at CET.  I would like to use the next two newsletter articles to provide you with some background on current Character Education programs and share some new ideas with you....

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A message from Asst. Principal,
Kerri Bianchi

"
Schools are responsible for teaching your child. But schools can't do their job if your child is absent. Learning builds day by day. A child who misses a day of school misses a day of learning."

Click here for some helpful tips on how you can improve your child's school attendance



Want to know more about the Common Core Learning Standards
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Channel 77- Tiger TV 
Latest Show Schedule



Parent Connection

 
NEWS

Our next PTA General Meeting is scheduled for Monday, December 8, at 9:30 a.m. in the CET Projects Room! Hope to see you there! As always, if you would have any questions please email us at cetpta.com


SEPTA NEWS 

Please join Croton-Harmon SEPTA for our upcoming presentation, Harnessing ADHD for Success: Beyond Medication and Therapy , presented by Aaron D. Smith, MS, LMSW, an ADHD Achievement Strategist and Motivational Coach.  The special educational workshop will be held in the CHHS Community Room on Tuesday, December 9 at 7:00pm.  His presentation will be followed by a question and answer session.  Please join us!


CET & the PTA collect the following items:

Boxtops (found on participating products such as General Mills, Betty Crocker & Ziploc) may be placed in the newly painted orange & black mailbox in the front foyer of CET

Labels for Education (found on participating products such as Campbell’s, Post, Glad & Bic) may be placed in the collection box outside the Principal’s Office

Plastic bottle caps (rigid caps only are sent to Aveda where they are recycled into product packaging) may be placed in the red containers by the Multipurpose room doors

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Events/ for Children

I SKI NY Free for Kids Passport  is a program that allows 3rd & 4th grade students to learn to ski or ride this winter free up to 3 times at each participating ski area OR you can choose the "Learn to Ski or Ride" package.  For more information visit www.iskiny.com or call (315) 696-6550.