Parent’s Corner


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2016 – 2017 Supply Lists


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Important Information:

2016-2017 Bell Schedule 

7:55     1st Bell: Buses unload; Car riders begin unloading.
8:15     Tardy Bell: Parents must bring students to the main office to sign in after 8:15 AM.
3:25     Car riders dismissed to cafeteria.
3:35     Buses begin loading for afternoon dismissal.
2016 – 2017 Meal Prices


Paid = $0.80

Reduced = $0.30


Adult = $1.35


Paid = $1.90

Reduced = $0.40


Adult = $3.05

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Clarksville Elem. Highlights



October 17-21, 2016


Book Fair Notes for Parents


Book Fair will be open on

Monday, October 17th

Even though there’s a no school for students due to a Teacher Workday




Congratulations to Zaniarah Hall, Juan Carlos Jeronimo-Hurtado & Carmari Whitehead!

They were the first students to receive their Parakeets in Accelerated Reader!!



 CES rocked it!!!! Cameron Shriver won first for 5th grade, Rylee Heath won second for 4th grade, and Eli Walker first for third grade. Cameron grand champion for all of grades 3-5!!!





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Walk A Thon Flyer2 – 2016

Walk A Thon Sponsorship Form – 2016


Friday, October 28th

3rd Annual

M.C.B.E.P. Dress Up for

Education & Walk A Thon

 Clarksville Elementary will be dressing at your favorite career!

(All costumes must adhere to school dress codes. NO MASKS!)

(Careers Costumes ONLY)


For those of you new to this fundraiser, it is where all of the students in all of the schools walk at 2:00 pm to raise money for education and these funds will go towards the Mecklenburg County Business Education Partnership, Inc. They use this money to give to help the schools on projects or trips, but may not have all of the money. It is “Dress Up for Education” but this does not mean in Halloween costumes.  Each school usually coordinates their own theme (CES – Dress as your favorite career).  The dressing up makes the event even more fun.  Plus, most students are usually excited about being able to go walk for 20 minutes.  Another bonus about this event is that the students can get a family member, friends, church member, neighbor, or anyone to sponsor them to walk for as little as a $1 so the cost is very minimum!  We encourage the parents and community members to come walk as well with the students.

Don’t forget too that the school that raises the most money wins bragging rights and a TROPHY once again!!!