Tuesday is Dr. Seuss' birthday and we are celebrating at Carl Sandburg by dressing up as a favorite Dr. Seuss character or wearing red and white! The packet includes some fun Dr' Seuss inspired recipes to try as a family ...enjoy!
February 1, 2021 kicked off Black History month at Carl Sandburg. Students shared famous quotes during our virtual morning meetings, that connected to important African Americans in history. Some staff shared picture books, such as Martin Luther King Jr’s life and discussed the peaceful change he wanted for the world. If you have not visited the Charleston schools Facebook page, please visit our page to see some pictures of Mrs. Evans 3rd grade class learning about influential African Americans in history.
A student in Mrs. Bosler’s third grade remote class completes an experiment on building bridges in a science unit on force.
With the schedule changes, students in classes with pre-scheduled meetings will need to update their Teams calendar. Here is a set of directions to help: https://5il.co/mtk1.
Carl Sandburg Families, Attached you will find Traffic Flow/Hallway signs that are posted throughout the building, in order to help with movement in the hallway. https://5il.co/mq38
Carl Sandburg Families, We are excited to have our students back November 4th for in-person learning! Here's a snapshot of Carl Sandburg's Re-Opening plans https://5il.co/mnvg
Carl Sandburg Library Curbside Pick Up is now available for checking out books! This is an optional way for our students to have books at home while we are learning remotely. If you are interested in checking out library books, please use the provided PowerPoint or Video for a quick tutorial on how this process will work. Contact Mrs. Hawk with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 639-4012. https://5il.co/lbs9 https://charlestoncusd1-my.sharepoint.com/:v:/g/personal/hawkl_charleston_k12_il_us/Eeo5sMxM90ZKrRtgZH8-zscB0mLFHSk82n2facmgmb_TxA?e=mgvW7v
Please see our updated reopening plan for details specific to arrival and dismissal with a map included. We can’t wait to see everyone in 2 weeks! Feel free to call the office with any questions or concerns.
Third graders can take a virtual tour of Jefferson Elementary and meet some teachers and staff. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=VpGOX7xUxA8&t=634s
Third grade teachers pose for a picture by the remote learning sign after students stopped by to pick up their materials.
Carl Sandburg Families, Thank you to everyone for all that you are doing to keep your children engaged in learning during this unique time. Beginning the week of May the 18th, we will begin the process of returning student owned materials back to students, and the return of district owned materials back to the school. The procedure will be as follows (similar to end of the day dismissal): 1. Cars will line up along Reynolds Drive and enter the front circle drive. Please remain in your vehicle. 2. A number will be assigned to your car after a staff member takes your student's name. Drive to that number and wait for someone to bring your student's materials to your car. 3. Be prepared to return any school materials to that person (library books, text books, technology, etc... This procedure will take place from 11:30 - 2:00 following this schedule: 1. First grade - Monday 18th 2. Second grade - Tuesday 19th 3. Third grade-Thursday 20th We appreciate your willingness to follow these procedures to maintain social distancing requirements. If these times or dates will not work for you please contact your child’s classroom teacher to make other arrangements. Thank You, Aaron Lock Principal Carl Sandburg
Featured on WCIA’s Bright Spot, teachers and students continue with learning remotely. https://www.newsbreakapp.com/n/0OqzNdBM?s=a4&pd=04TIwvBK
CUSD 1 Staff continues to connect with their students both academically and social/emotionally. Tonight would have been the opening of the high school musical, Mary Poppins. Staff members helping with the musical surprised the cast, crew, and orchestra pit staff with signs in their yard this morning.
Mystery Science’ own Mystery Doug is going to be live from his home today. Many Carl Sandburg teachers use Mystery Science with their curriculum. Check it out! It’s today, April 7 at 12::00. https://mysteryscience.com/live
Make some music today! In this video, Mrs. Doty from Carl Sandburg teaches you a fun way to make music out of things you might find in your kitchen! https://youtu.be/y83h5W6EJIA
Happy St. Patrick's Day! Carl Sandburg 2nd Graders celebrated in music last week by learning a dance to a traditional Irish polka, "Rakes of Mallow." https://youtu.be/_t5Xvuk41oI
Carl Sandburg 1st and 3rd graders demonstrate how to properly wash your hands with this fun parody of "Old Town Road" https://youtu.be/WF0Gy7NN1WU