The Charter School at Waterstone is a Cambridge School. What does this mean?
Cambridge is a program of study that sets the global standard for education internationally. Beginning at the primary levels and educating young people through their pre- university years. Cambridge works with schools across the world including the United States to transform learning from the discrete to a more comprehensive learning approach. Cambridge schools are a part of a global community that shares the attributes of confidence, responsibility, reflection, innovation, and engagement.
The October attribute is responsibility. Taking ownership of one's own actions or to act independently while making good decisions without authority. In short, our students are learning about making good choices and expanding their existing knowledge of responsibility and accountability for their choices. The home continues to teach the same responsibility and accountability and together we develop our worlds future leaders.
I encourage each family to extend this learning by discussing with your children what it means to be responsible and to be held accountable for the choices they make and how they treat others. Our students make many great choices each day and we celebrate these with them. I believe if the school and our families work together on these initiatives our students, your children, will be successful leaders in our world.
Yours in education,
PTSO Meeting: Monday, October 11, 2021 at 6:00 p.m.
EESAC Meeting: Monday, October 18, 2021 at 1 p.m.
TITLE I MEETING: Tuesday, October 19, 2021 at 5:00 p.m.
To Access the Meeting:
CSW is hosting our annual Fall Family Drive Thru on October 28th from 6:00 - 8:30 p.m. This is a drive-thru event and families are encouraged to decorate their cars and dress up to join us at this event. Tickets are $5.00 per car and will be available this week at the school. Ticket holders are encouraged to arrive early in order to ensure entry. After 7 pm we will allow the community to purchase a ticket.
National Red Ribbon Week is October 23- 31st. CSW will be hosting a BMX Trick Bike Show on October 26th, tickets are $10 each and will be available on MySchoolBucks beginning October 11th. The presenters will perform stunts on bicycles and present a drug free message to students. Tickets are limited and will be issued on a first come, first served basis.
* Contact our PTSO at firstname.lastname@example.org
* Update PowerSchool passwords, emails were sent 11-7-21
* FTE Week October 11th - 15th
Dress Down Week
- Monday: Dress to fit the theme: Once Upon a Time at CSW. A fairy tale or enchanted forest attire
- Tuesday: Tourist Day
- Wednesday: PINK OUT DAY dress in as much PINK as possible and bring a donation to support breast cancer awareness.
Thursday: Rockstar Day
Friday: Hispanic Heritage Day
* Complete the Free and Reduced Lunch Application online.
* Access your child's grades at Student and Parent Sign In (powerschool.com)
The week of October 11th-15th CSW is hosting a fall/Halloween store. Students are invited to shop the store for costumes, craft items, and Halloween decorations. Costumes are $5.00 and range in design, crafts and decorations are $1.00 and adult costumes are $10.00. All proceeds will go to our PTSO. These funds benefit the school with various projects.
Grade levels are collecting bags of candy for the Trunk or Treat portion of our Family Fun event. Please write your child's name and teacher's name on the bags and send to school with your child. The grade level bringing the most candy will earn a field day. Deadline for candy is October 26th.
Our grade levels are competing to see which grade level brings the most candy. The students are very excited about this competition for two reasons, the candy and the incentive. Help support your child and the school's event. Currently the Kindergarten is running away with the competition.
If you would like to decorate a trunk in the Trunk or Treat part of this event please email email@example.com
We are hosting our annual Test and Tacos parent information night for grades 3 - 5.
Parents and students are invited to join us for an evening of tacos and updated test information and data about the child's learning in the first quarter of school.
NOTE THE DATE HAS CHANGED
Grade 3 is October 20th at 6 p.m.
Please RSVP by October 18th
Grades 4th & 5th are October 20th at 7:15 p.m.
Please RSVP by October 18th
Second grade students traveled to many South American countries during their classroom transformations to learn about the music, food, dance and geography of each country.