8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Spring Picture Day
Students had the pleasure of listening to stories presented by the well known Darion McCloud as a partof our celebration for Black History Month. Mr.cCloud is the creator and captain of Story Squad and president of the Friends of American Art and Culture. What an awesome time our students had!
The year we will celebrate Black History Month with a special evening program, Food for the Soul, a Celebration of African American Cultural Influence on February 22. This educational event will highlight the history of soul food and how it has touched our community and families at Caughman Road. The Chorus and Hip Hop Dance will be performing throughout the evening.
Parent permission forms were sent home earlier this month. If you would like to participate in this event and make a dish for everyone to sample please let your child’s teacher know or fill out the form and return it with your student by February 14. Please do not feel limited to the dishes on the permission slip, we would love to have any dish that is special to you and your family! We have also sent home family recipe interview questions which we would like you to share. The recipes and interview questions will be displayed the night of the program.
Don't cook? Don't worry...for other ways to help with the event contact us.
Note: This is not a District sponsored event. Food may contain eggs, dairy and other items that can cause an allergic reaction. Please monitor your child while you taste the samples.
The PTO is selling CRES t-shirts: $8.00 for kids sizes and $10.00 for adults.
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State Superintendent Molly Spearman and Richland One Superintendent Dr. Craig Witherspoon visited CRES to introduce the new and improved school buses.