Our last day of school for C.P. Smith students is Thursday, June 14th. Students will be dismissed for the summer at 11:30 A.M. Also on June 14th, the final day of school, we will hold our annual Grade 5 Carnation/Promotion Ceremony. Parents and guardians of students in grade 5 are encouraged to attend this special, final C.P. Smith Community Meeting of the school year.
The Burlington School District is currently conducting a School Climate Survey. Please help us with our efforts to continually improve our important work with students and families by taking a few minutes this week to complete the survey. Our district has contracted with an independent, national contractor to conduct this comprehensive District and School Climate Survey which is your opportunity to provide your input on our school culture and climate. The BSD is committed to obtaining genuine, candid and actionable information from this survey to help improve our work and relationships with all community stakeholders and has therefore contracted with the National School Climate Center (NSCC) to conduct this important survey. All responses will be anonymous. Students in grades 3 through 12 are being given the opportunity to completed the survey in school. Please click here or on the link below to access the parent and guardian version of the survey. More information on the survey may be obtained by clicking here to access our survey information page or by visiting our district website. Thank you and please don’t forget to provide your input and direction to us by taking the survey soon.
Mrs. Weishaar’s & Mr. Carnes’ second grade class is leading our efforts to recycle plastic bags and wrapping at C.P. Smith Elementary School. These hard-to-recycle items often end up as litter in our neighborhood or floating in local waterways posing a threat to marine life. Help us dispose of detrimental plastics properly by placing your refuse plastic bags and wrap in the receptacles here at C.P. Smith. The teachers use these efforts as the basis for Science and Mathematics lessons. This effort was kicked off at a recent Friday Community Meeting and to date they have recycled 60 pounds of plastic, let’s help them recycle a bunch more!