Open Enrollment is NOW OPEN!

 The Open Enrollment window will be open from November 1, 2018 through December 3, 2018.  Don’t miss your chance to get your student’s name on the list, sign up here today!
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Happy Thanksgiving

Dear C2E Families,

Happy Thanksgiving!  I hope you and your families have a wonderful week off.  The staff and I are thankful everyday that we have the opportunity to work with your children.

I also wanted to thank you for supporting the Mill Levy Override and Bond issues that were on the latest ballot.  Our school will benefit greatly from the monies raised.  As a school we stand to receive just over $300,000.00 from the Mill Levy.  We will be spending the money on the areas we have shared with you.  I am greatful that we will be able to make teacher and staff pay more competitive with neighboring school districts.  Our share of the Bond money will be used to enhance our safety and security systems as well as take care of critical building needs.  On Tuesday, our Governing Council approved the supplemental budget for the spending of the money.  That budget will be on the financial transparency page of our website soon.

Happy Thanksgiving!  See you all on November 26th.



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Mammoth News Weekly November 12th

Watch the Mammoth News Weekly for the week of November 12th here!

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Mammoth News Weekly November 5th

Watch the Mammoth News Weekly for the week of November 5th here!

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School Accountability Committee Opening

Attention parents! Our School Accountability Committee (SAC) has an opening for a Chairperson. This is a well established, parent-lead committee that will help train the new Chair as we go along. If you have an interest in our school’s academic performance, please come to our September meeting on Thursday, September 20th at 8:00 a.m. in the conference room.


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Carpool Safety

We had a great first week of school.  It was so wonderful to see all of your children again and to feel their excitement for another school year.  For a first week, things went fairly smoothly with just a few carpool issues and of course, a Friday afternoon when we had to dismiss following our Lightning Dismissal procedures.  

If you had a chance to attend Parent University you heard me say, “Carpool is the hardest part of being a charter school parent”.  We do not have the advantage of buses pulling in and taking most of our children to their neighborhoods.

Here are a few helpful reminders from our Parent/Student Handbook to make carpool run smoothly and efficiently:

  • Always make right turns.  When everyone is turning into the school from the same direction (turning right into the school drive from Carlson) things run quicker and students that are walking across the street are safer.
  • If you want to drop your student off on Carlson, you must stop before the no parking sign.  That allows those that are lining up to drive through carpool the no parking lane for that line.  
  • Please have your carpool sign displayed until you leave the school drive with your students.  If we can help the students see their cars, they load much faster.
  • Lightning dismissals are always challenging dismissals.  However, we are not able to release your student out into the open when there is lightning within 10 miles of the school.  If you wish to pick up your student when there is lightning in the area you are required to come to the door to retrieve them.  Please, if you feel that being outside is dangerous, stay in your car and wait for the lightning to pass. We are committed to keeping your students safe until you feel safe being outside to pick them up.  YOU MAY NOT EXIT YOUR CAR on the school drive, as this obstructs the car line. These dismissals do take more time, but are required to ensure that your student(s) is safe.

The most helpful tip I can share is that if you text the words “follow @c2eschool” (please be sure to use the @, this was previously not required) to 40404 you will get real time information should we need to communicate with you what is happening during carpool or any other emergency situation.  


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