The identification process for the High Ability Program is beginning for the 2015-2016 school year.
The screening pool, based on previous test scores, teacher recommendation, and/or parent recommendation, is currently
being established; letters will be sent to the parents of students who qualify for the initial assessments. Those students will then receive further testing beginning in January. Please watch for this important information.
If you would like for your kindergarten, second or
fourth grade child to be
considered for High Ability testing, please contact Elizabeth King, High Ability Teacher, by November 21st. If you have questions, please contact Elizabeth King at 574-875-8538, ext. 82158, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
PARENTS- Do you need a break?
PARENT’S DAY OFF
Saturday, November 22, 2014
Student Council & Class Fundraiser
Are you sick of the typical candy &
food fundraisers? Here is an opportunity to support CHS & give
yourself a break at the same time. Drop off your school-aged children
for a fun-filled day with the CHS students. (Adult Sponsors will be present.)
Relax or get some shopping done while your kids do crafts, play games, have story time, and do an art project. (The art project can be ordered as mugs, key chains, holiday cards, etc.)
***YOU MUST PREREGISTER***
To register click here or go to our website (highschool.concord.k12.in.us) no later than November 18th. Questions- Contact Heather Bohn email@example.com or call CHS 574-875-6524.
Attendance Message for October
96.5% of Ox Bow students were in school for the month
88% of Ox Bow students were not tardy for the month
Mrs. Kirkton’s class is our Attendance ribbon winner for the month of October.
Congratulations to Mrs. Kirktons class!
Concord Ox Bow Attendance
& Tardy Rewards
Help your child succeed in school by building the habit of
good attendance NOW! Did you know that too many absences can
children to fall behind in school. Children who miss too many days in
Kindergarten and first grade can struggle academically in later years.
They often have trouble mastering reading by the
end of third grade.
Be at school on time, every day, ready to learn!
Students, come to school every day,
be on time, and do not leave early!
No early checkouts!