JUNE 4, 2020

Transportation Staff Rolls out a Message to the William Penn Class of 2020! 

The staff of our Colonial Transportation Department put together this great video as a tribute to the William Penn graduating class of 2020. 

Watch Saturday, June 6th at 10 AM


Kudos to the Cook!

Colonial’s own Sue Holden, Cook/Lead Worker at Wilmington Manor Elementary School was selected as the 2020 Delaware School Nutrition Association Employee of the Year!  Holden demonstrates a passion for feeding children every day at Wilmington Manor Elementary.  She treats all of her students with respect, compassion, and love as if they were her own children. Congrats, and thank you for showing the entire state of Delaware Who We Are!

Way to go Noah!

Last week teachers and staff at George Read loaded up in their vehicles for a drive-by parade to honor Noah Stone. Noah placed FIRST in “Creed Speaking” at the Delaware State FFA Convention in March. He won an opportunity to compete at the national FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana. However, due to Covid-19, those plans were canceled. Noah was deeply disappointed when the convention was canceled but seeing the surprise visit brought a smile to his face and donations from Olive Garden, Cakes by Kim, and Desserts by Dana made the day extra sweet!  

Make Your Nomination

Do you know a CSD staff member who is dedicated, inspiring, and making a difference?

A CSDESPY Award is given to a school employee whose position is instructional in nature or who provides other direct or indirect services to students and their parents such as:
• Paraprofessionals • Instructional aides • Custodial/Maintenance • Secretaries • Nutritional staff • Constables • Technology Specialist • School bus drivers/aides
Nominate someone today at http://www.colonialschooldistrict.org/blog/colonial-educational-support-professional-of-the-year/

Please submit nominations by June 30, 2020

Can You Find It?

It was Scavenger Hunt Week at Wilbur Elementary School. Students had a blast finding new items every day, like things that turn on, and things with numbers on them. Wilbur Wildcats know how to make virtual learning fun!

#WEread & WEcount for Fun

 (July 6th to August 6th)
To help our youngest students build a love of reading and math, Colonial is excited to offer an engaging and enriching learning opportunity for students entering 1st to 5th grade during the 2020-21 school year.   

For Reading, participating students will receive a picture book(s) or a novel, an activity choice board, and creative materials that will be used during #WEread for FUN. Students will be able to choose their book club adventure. Click here to watch a trailer of the possible adventures students can go on this summer as  #WEread for Fun!

For Math, there are a few options for different grade levels:
• For students entering Grade 1 and grade 2, they will have fun daily math activity calendars!
• For students in grades 3, 4, 5, they will engage in exciting math adventures called, 3-Act Math! Click here to watch a trailer about your possible math adventures: https://youtu.be/v1JCY3hH9Ow
Students will have the option of participating in a daily Zoom session (30-45 minutes) with a Colonial teacher that connects them with other students reading the same book.  The teacher will also provide engaging and fun ELA and Math activities that they can complete throughout the day.   As a parent, you can decide if your child participates in the choice board activities at home, the zoom lessons, or everything being offered to extend their learning this summer!  

CLICK HERE if you’re interested in having your child participate in our summer enrichment opportunity #WEread and WEcount for FUN! Please enroll by June 12th.

Summer Math Challenges for All Students Entering Grades 1-11

For all students in Grade 1-11, we have Colonial Summer Math Challenges for DreamBox, ST Math, & Imagine Math: Complete lessons, improve learning outcomes, and win! The top students at each grade band will win a prize! To learn more click here: https://bit.ly/summer-math-challenges-2020


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