Tuesday, July 22, 2014
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.
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.
Supply Lists for the 2014-15 School Year:
Summer Reading Lists for the 2014-15 School Year:
(PLEASE CLICK ON LINK FOR FORM)
1. PESTICIDE LETTER
2. POTASSIUM IODIDE (KI) LETTER AND FORM
2A. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON KI
3. PUBLIC RELATIONS WITHHOLDING OF CONSENT FORM
4. NOTIFICATION OF RIGHTS UNDER THE FAMILY EDUCATIONAL RIGHTS AND PRIVACY ACT
5. OBJECTION TO RELEASE OF DIRECTORY INFORMATION DESIGNATIONS
6. 2013 AHERA Yearly Notification: Asbestos Notification Letter
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.
Croton-Harmon SEPTA would like to thank all
of our members for an amazing year! We hosted multiple Speaker Series
events; we provided nearly $5,000 in grant funding, including the purchase of
sensory equipment as well as ipads, cases and an ipad cart; we brought “Kids on
the Block” to CET to present a puppet show to our first through fourth graders
to discuss disability differences and awareness; we hosted our first Family Fun
Day in March, which was a very successful sensory-friendly screening of Mr.
Peabody and Sherman; we hosted our first Art Exhibit and Reception at Symphony
Knoll to honor all students that submitted artwork for our Art Contest; and we
recently brought Sam Sandler to perform his DEAFinitely Magic show at CET and
PVC to inspire our students to never give in and to realize their true
potential, discovering that the magic to succeed is in each of us! Please
consider joining CH-SEPTA next year to enable us to continue providing these
types of programs for you and your children.
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.
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.
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.
PTA Coffee Presentation on
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
What do you do when no one is watching?
One of our goals at CET is to increase the emphasis on Social/Emotional learning and Character Education. We pride ourselves in building a positive school community and strong empathy in our students. All of our students are familiar with the Golden Rule and we look for opportunities to recognize students who go above and beyond to help others. We are excited to extend this idea to this summer’s homework assignment.
A message from Asst. Principal,
"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
Click on the logo above for
Channel 77- Tiger TV
News Articles about CET:
Croton-Harmon Math/ELA Scores Higher Than State Average
Tompkins School PTA Kickball Fundraiser Benefits School in Hurricane-ravaged Oklahoma
Letter: Thanks to Intergenerational Program from a Croton-Harmon Parent
Croton Students Collect Donations for Sandy Victims
Croton-Harmon's Master Teachers
Croton Tween is Winner of 3M young Scientist Award
Does your little tiger cub need some Spiritwear? If you would like to order or have any questions, please contact Sarah Forth at 862-0467 or email@example.com
(Click on the picture above to view available Spiritwear)
Parent Library in the Health Office
by Judy Cohen
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.
Lauren Fischer, School Psychologist
Studies indicate that focusing on social-emotional wellness in children can actually lead to academic growth.
Practicing Our Social Skills
District Social Worker
Click here for more Health & Wellness Articles