CPS Schools are looking for a part-time / substitute custodian! Please share this info with anyone you know who may be interested in joining our crew! https://drive.google.com/file/d/1sJH99ChN5OdqHP37ZRFUZqsB0e6m2eC4/view?usp=sharing
Our Scholastic Book Fair is next week! Students will be able to browse the fair on Monday and shop Tuesday-Friday! Shopping will also be open Thursday during Parent/Teacher conferences! You can also shop online at the link below. https://www.scholastic.com/bf/cps_el2020
Bring your smiles tomorrow (Oct. 1st). IT'S PICTURE DAY!
Tiger families, please be sure to complete the Free/Reduced lunch forms for our school this year. We have an electronic version available to make it easier for you! Your information is confidential and helps our school! You can find it here: https://bit.ly/3cLnaoT
The Homecoming parade is in Pt. Sanilac this year @ 4:30 (Friday, Oct 2nd)! Come enjoy the fun and cheer on the Fall teams along with the Homecoming court!
Quick Reminder: Dismissal time is 1:00 pm from the High School and 1:05 from the Elementary tomorrow, Friday, September 25th. This will change bus routes by 2 hours. So if your Tiger normally gets off of the bus at 3:45, expect them around 1:45 pm instead.
CPS Schools receive Title funding to help our Tigers learn and grow. Listen to this video for more information on these funds and how they are used at CPS Schools! https://youtu.be/bzw18kUooxs
Two quick announcements. #1: Meal pick up for Monday, 09/21, is from 9 am - 10 am. There will be no evening pick up time tomorrow. This is a meal pick up for virtual, learning-at-home families. #2: This Friday we have an early release day. Dismissal will be at 1 pm. Please plan ahead now for what your Tiger should do at the early dismissal.
Both JV and V Volleyball come out on top tonight against Akron! Way to play hard!
CPS JV Volleyball traveled to the Peck invitational today. The girls played Peck first winning 25-15 and 25-21. Their next games were against N. Huron (18-25, 19-25) and Harbor Beach where we lost respectfully.
Volleyball schedule change!!!! JV Volleyball will be at Deckerville tomorrow to play Deckerville and Dryden. Bus leaves at 5:15. There are NO concessions. Varsity will be home against Dryden and Deckerville. Play hard girls!
Just a reminder that drop off is at 7:45 for the CPS schools. At the HS, please drop your student off by the Superintendent's office. See you soon!
Football is back! Get your CPS Football gear today! Open until September 14th🏈 https://cpsfb2020.itemorder.com/
Virtual families, the site you need to access for your child's learning dashboard is: https://canvas.gennet.us/ Their username and password is the same as their google login. Some teachers have also sent an invite through Google Classroom to help make it easier!
Town Hall to be held in the bus garage at 7pm
If you have a student who has a Kindle Fire tablet or is part of our Tablet & TShirt Program, listen along to see how to access canvas on your Kindle Fire! https://youtu.be/O--OK9YSOoU
Parents, you can find resources for our online learning platform at this YouTube Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsPV5wcpP6g90lCQ62wuuiN7-nXhBp55n Some videos are created by CPS staff and others come directly from canvas.
Listen along for specific 1st Day of School details on the elementary from Mrs. Richmond. https://youtu.be/OKX_5blhzbc Remember our new YouTube Channel is: "CPS Tigers" https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClfJRuRD0na8UF-vM9JAx_w
Listen to mask procedures for elementary and high school students here: https://youtu.be/Nlep7dgZLJQ Remember, our new YouTube channel is "CPS Tigers"! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClfJRuRD0na8UF-vM9JAx_w
Another video message from your favorite principals! Get all the details on lunch and recess here: https://youtu.be/XEB0WrAoYAA Remember, our new YouTube channel is "CPS Tigers"! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClfJRuRD0na8UF-vM9JAx_w
Mrs. Campbell & Mrs. Richmond have a video for you to watch today about morning procedures at each building. We will have more coming soon! https://youtu.be/Cdf5DPMZIqU Our new YouTube Channel is: "CPS Tigers" https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClfJRuRD0na8UF-vM9JAx_w
Junior High Volleyball practices for the week of August 31st-September 3rd are as follows: Monday & Wednesday- 10:30-noon Tuesday & Thursday- 6:00-7:30 pm Must have physicals or questionnaire completed prior to participation. As of now, students will be using the outside net located by the baseball diamond/track.
Attention JH Volleyball players.... Get your physicals this week! Physical cards are in the HS office. If you had a physical last year, you can fill out the questionnaire in place of the physical card. The questionnaire can be printed at home or they are available in the HS office. Practice will begin the week of Aug 31st. Dates and times to be announced soon. Questionnaire: https://bit.ly/31m6VdI
CPS pushes school start date to Tuesday, September 8th. Hear Supt Doug Muxlow’s announcement. https://youtu.be/__mtoidKTKk
Here is a peek at a few elementary happenings! We received our new cafeteria furniture on Friday. We can't wait to have our Tigers here to enjoy the new tables!!! Each Elementary Tiger will receive a Tiger Paw water bottle for use at school since classroom water fountains will be turned off. We updated the look of our Atrium with new paint and some comfy seating options for parents and Tigers!
School Supply Lists! Find your student class supply lists at this link: https://bit.ly/30X5JNZ There are specific PK-5 lists, an elementary online learning list, and a 6-12 generic list of supplies needed.
Welcome, Heather Mahoney, to the Carsonville-Port Sanilac High School! Ms. Mahoney is joining us as a College Advisor for the 20-21 school year. She will help guide students and parents with questions on trade schools, entry into college, workforce, and so much more! Heather is a graduate of MSU and has many accomplishments in Theater and with the FFA. It’s a great year to be a Tiger!
Snapshot of the 1st season from Coach Smith-Corso Lessons from First Robotics- Our rookie year in First Robotics was incredible. We were able to compete in one tournament and we got a feel for the excitement of robotics. The students learned so much! Being a rookie team, the students started with no experience. The first thing students learned was how to read a schematic and break down the steps to begin to build. Then they learned how to use the tools to begin to build the robot. This hands-on part of robotics was fun for the students. They loved using the riveter! Learning to code was a challenge for the team. Other teams really supported us here. A local team sent members over to help us, and at the tournament several teams stopped by to help us out. The First Robotics community is truly wonderful. We are looking forward to this year and hope to be able to pay it forward and help other rookie teams.