ANNOUNCEMENTS

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The 2018-19 School Calendar

The Mount Pleasant Education Foundation sponsors their Turkey Trot on Sunday, November 18, 2018. 

Attention Parents, Guardians and Students. Information concerning the PTA's art competition, Reflections. Deadline is Tuesday, November 20, 2018.

On Monday, December 3, 2018 for  Colored in Character Spirit Day, students should please wear green for fairness. Life has rules, you need to play fair.  By wearing a particular color on a given day, students and staff are taking a stand to recognize the importance of showing good character at all times.

The PTA is sponsoring a Multicultural Event celebrating our differences and similarities on Saturday, March 16, 2019 from 4:00 to 7:00 pm. at CES. Families are needed who would like to showcase their culture.

Please join the Mount Pleasant Elementary PTA.

Sign up for the PTA Mailing List. The PTA uses email to communicate with parents and guardians throughout the school year.

View the Elementary PTA website. 

The STARS Initiative specifically emphasizes behaviors that are Responsible, Respectful, and Safe in the school environment.

The Crayon Initiative. Donate your used, broken and unwanted crayons. They will be recycled and donated back to schools, children's hospitals, art programs and other organizations invested in children.

E Chalk Calendars are able to be downloaded to iCal.  

EVENTS

  • Day 5E

    HES / CES Number Days
  • Day 6F

    HES / CES Number Days
  • BOE Meeting

    WMS/WHS Library

    Mount Pleasant Central School District
  • CES 3rd Grade Thanksgiving Feast

    CES 2018-19 Group Calendar
  • Day 7A

    HES / CES Number Days
  • Day 1B

    HES / CES Number Days
  • Thanksgiving Recess-Early Dismissal

    Combined Calendar-Holidays
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MR. CUNZIO-PRINCIPAL

Columbus Elementary School values the unique abilities and talents of each child.  We are committed to building self-esteem, enhancing creativity and individuality, and developing healthy lifestyles. In cooperation with parents and community, the staff establishes high expectations for all students as the standard and provides a safe, nurturing environment where our students have the opportunity to become productive, knowledgeable, and responsible citizens.