Cheshire Elementary

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Upcoming Events

All Events

Date Event Name
Sep 25 Author, Brian Pinkney to visit CES More Info
Oct 4 Fall Conferences More Info
Oct 5 Spilled Ink (1st Meeting) More Info
Oct 11 Fall Conferences More Info
Oct 12 Mileage Club - Fun Run More Info
Oct 15 Texas Roadhouse - Dine to Donate! More Info
Oct 17 PTO General Meeting More Info
Oct 19 No School More Info
Oct 19 Cheshire Elementary School Night More Info
Oct 22 No School More Info
Oct 31 Harvest Party & Parade More Info
Nov 2 Spilled Ink (2nd Meeting) More Info
Nov 13 Texas Roadhouse - Dine to Donate More Info
Nov 16 Mileage Club - Fun Run More Info
Dec 1 Cheshire Holiday Market More Info
Dec 10 Texas Roadhouse - Dine to Donate! More Info
Dec 14 Spilled Ink (3rd Meeting) More Info

PTO Membership

If you have a child that attends Cheshire, you already belong to the Cheshire PTO!  There is no fee to join the PTO.  We encourage every family to be active in the PTO whether by attending meetings, volunteering, donating money, or using a special talent to help our staff and students at Cheshire.  When we work together, our Cheshire Family thrives


Our next PTO Meeting will be on October 17, 2018 in the CES Common/Lunch Room at 9:15 am. Please join us!

We encourage all parents to attend.  Our meetings are family friendly; children are welcome to come with you to the meeting.  We recommend bringing a few toys, books, coloring supplies, or other quiet activies to help keep them entertained during the meeting.


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Cheshire Holiday Market

The 2018 Cheshire Holiday Market will be on Saturday, December 1st from 10:00am-2:00pm. 


Are you new to Cheshire?  First time parent of a Kindergartner or maybe just new to the school with older kiddos?  Feeling a little overwhelmed with the start of the school year and not really sure how to find out what all is going on?  Your Cheshire PTO board members are here for you!

There is a lot of really great info on our PTO Facebook page and the Cheshire PTO Website.  Both sites are great places to find out what is going on at the school from what pizza rotation is it this Wednesday to what events are going on.

The only way we can have so many amazing events for our kiddos is because of our amazing parent volunteers! The link below is where you can use to sign up to chair/co-chair an event, be on a committee for an event or simply volunteer.  You can look through this to see what events we are having this year.

The best way to connect is to get involved!  Our first PTO meeting is on September 11th 7-8pm in the school library.  Come hear Mr. Elkins talk for the first half hour! It is a great way to really hear what is going on in the school and connect with others!



Mum Buddies are Back by Popular Demand! 

Order forms and money are due back to the school on September 24, 2018.


If each family could enter once, or every day our chances of having our fall earnings check doubled would go up. Please follow the link to help Cheshire out. The sweepstakes will be open until October 24, 2018.

National kids take over the kitchen day!

Check out two of our very own Cheshire students featured. Tobin and Cooper shared that their favorite after school snack is making french bread pizzas. You can check out the full story by clicking on the link below.

Tobin Brown and Cooper VanDuesen

Volunteers needed for the following programs at Cheshire.

Cheshire Counts (Ongoing): Volunteer- The main purpose of the Cheshire Counts Program is for volunteer math tutors to support students in math providing extra practice and support. Volunteers work one-on-one or in a small group with students and are asked to commit to one hour per week all school year. Training and materials are provided. BCI/FBI required for all volunteers.

Cheshire Reads (Ongoing): Volunteer - The main purpose of the Cheshire Reads Program is for volunteer reading tutors to foster the love for reading and provide extra practice and support for students and extra hands for teachers. Volunteers work one-on-one with students and are asked to commit to one hour per week all school year. Training and materials are provided. BCI/FBI required for all volunteers.

Library Helpers (Ongoing): Volunteer - Group to assist librarian with day-to-day activities (i.e. shelving books, assisting students, etc.). 5 to 6 parent volunteers are needed to help with this weekly.

Literacy Room (Ongoing): Volunteer - Keep book room organized, pull books that are requested by teachers, and re-shelve books as needed. 1 to 2 volunteers are needed for this ongoing.

If any of these sound like something you would like to volunteer for, use this link to sign up. I know the students and teachers would be very thankful.

Calling all Parent Volunteers

Cheshire students need your help! The students can't enjoy all the fun events during the school year, without parent volunteers. Click here to volunteer for events during the school year.

Cheshire PTO just received a check for $888.23, from Kroger community rewards. 
Not familiar with Kroger Community Rewards, here is the skinny. Our school code is TP046.

What is Community Rewards?
Kroger Community Rewards makes fund-raising easy by donating to local organizations based on the shopping you do everyday. Once you link your card to an organization, all you have to do is shop at Kroger and swipe your Plus Card!
A digital account is needed to participate in Kroger Community Rewards. If you already have a digital account, you will need to ensure you have a Plus Card linked to your account. Then, go here to select an organization.
Please note, a Plus Card is required for the Kroger Community Rewards program so that your transactions apply toward the organization you choose.

How do I select an organization to support?
Selecting the organization that you wish to support is as simple as updating the Kroger Community Rewards selection on your digital account.
Sign in to your digital account.
Go here to search for your organization 
Enter the name or NPO number of the organization that you wish to support.
Select the appropriate organization from the list and click “Save.”
Your selected organization will now display in the Kroger Community Rewards section of your account. If you need to review or revisit your organization, you can always find these details under your Account details.
Any transactions moving forward using the Shopper’s Card number associated with your digital account will be applied to the program. It takes approximately 10 days for the Kroger Community Rewards total to begin displaying on your receipt.


2018-2019 CES PTO Board Members

President - Amanda Moranville

Vice President - Kristi Rink

Treasurer - Anne Pistone

Assistant Treasurer - Dean Prall

Secretary - Meredith Brown

Corresponding Secretary/Reporter - Jill Laurence

Web Master - Karen Coburn

CES PTO Constitution and By-Laws

Lunch Menu and Lunch/Recess Times

Are you curious when your student will eat lunch and have recess? Check out the schedule for 2018-2019. You can also access the lunch menu here.    2018-2019 Lunch Menu

Cheshire Elementary
Lunch & Recess Schedule 2018-2019

Lunch (25 min.) Recess (25 min.)

10:55 am Kindergarten 11:20 am
11:20 am Third Grade 11:45 am
11:45 am First Grade 12:10 pm
12:10 pm Fourth Grade 12:35 pm
12:35 pm Fifth Grade 1:00 pm
1:00 pm Second Grade 1:25 pm

Morning/Afternoon Recess Times

10:20-10:35 am Third Grade
10:35-10:50 am Second Grade

2:40-2:55 pm Kindergarten
2:55-3:10 pm First Grade

Big Opportunities to Earn Bonus Box Tops!

Check out all the ways that you can help Cheshire earn Bonus Box Tops!


Box Tops Back to School

2018-2019 School Supply Lists

2018 Summer Enrichment

We encourage all of our students to keep reading, writing, and learning during the summer break!  Please click on the links below for your summer enrichment calendars:

Kdg Summer Enrichment

1st, 2nd, 3rd Summer Enrichment

4th, 5th Summer Enrichment

What do PTO Funds Purchase?

Ever wonder what PTO purchases with all of the money raised through out the year?  Click on the link above for a list of some of the things that are made possible because of funding from the CESPTO.  

Volunteer Training for the 2018-2019 School Year Click Here

Whether you're new to us or you're a veteran volunteer, the District needs you to have a background check and complete the on-line VIP training through the District website.  The program is under Parent Resources - Volunteer Information (or simply click the link above).  Volunteers need to complete all of the required steps and submit the Volunteer Acknowledgement Form. Please call Mrs. Musgrove with any questions. 

2018-2019 Pizza Rotation

2018-2019 School Year Calendar

2018-2019 Kindergarten Calendar

2018-2019 Elementary Student & Parent Handbook