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Principal's Message

Mr. Eric Paugh

CME Families,

The month of November provides us with the special opportunity to give thanks for the many blessings that we have been provided.  At CME, we are blessed beyond measure with students who warm our days with their smiles, enthusiasm and passion for learning, parents who continually seek ways to enhance our school by giving of their time and talents in numerous areas and teachers who daily give their very best to ensure that all our students reach their fullest potential.  At CME, we have so much to be thankful for every day! November brings many exciting school traditions and activities that we hope you will able to attend.

Thursday, November the 8th (6:30 pm): Our fabulous 4th graders will be performing the play, “Pirates.”  The students, under the wonderful direction of our dynamic music teacher, Mrs. Peterson, have put in countless hours to give a performance that you will not soon forget.

Monday, November the 12th (8:20 am): Students and staff will have the opportunity to show our heartfelt appreciation to our Veterans at a school-wide assembly. We hope that many of you can join us for this memorable event as we honor the men and women who have and do daily give their all to serve our great country. We will have honored guests from the Wounded Warrior Project, Cadets from the Air Force Academy, scouts from our own Pack 110 and others attending this special assembly. Looking forward to seeing many of you on Monday as the entire CME family, “Celebrates Our Heroes.” (Students are encouraged to wear their Red, White and Blue for the assembly.)

Friday, November the 16th: Parents, grandparents, family and friends, we hope that many of you can join us for our annual “CME Thanksgiving Feast.”  Please see page 5 of our newsletter for all the details.  We are looking forward to seeing you at our Thanksgiving Feast and enjoying some great conversations and lunch together!

On behalf of our entire CME staff, I wish all of you a happy, healthy and blessed Thanksgiving Holiday and a joyful and relaxing Thanksgiving Break!



Mr. Paugh