Friday, March 4, 2022

March 2022


CRES students engaging with author/illustrator T.L. McBeth.

CRES Right to Read Week:  A book a day keeps the monsters away!

Cory-Rawson Elementary School is celebrating Right to Read Week March 7-11, 2022!

BOOK FAIR
The book fair will be open to class visits throughout the week and during our Family Literacy Night. For details on the book fair, click here.

DRESS UP DAYS
  • Monday - Read a shirt day - Wear any shirt with school-appropriate words.
  • Tuesday - Reading knocks your socks off - Wear your crazy socks. Or don’t wear any socks at all!
  • Wednesday - Cozy up with a good book - Wear your favorite winter hat, fuzzy socks, or pajamas.
  • Thursday - Wild About Reading - Wear any animal print or animal shirt.
  • Friday - Monster University Day - Wear your favorite school or university colors.


Cory-Rawson Kindergarten Registration & Screening for 2022-23
It is time for 2022-23 Kindergarten registration and screening. Screening is scheduled for March 22, 2022.  We are excited to welcome and meet our new Hornets! Please complete both the registration and sign up for an appointment.

Kindergarten Registration
Kindergarten Appointment Signup


School Calendar for 2022-2023 Approved
At its February meeting, the Board of Education approved the school calendar for 2022-2023.  That can be found here.

Community News

Community Heart and Soul

The Cory-Rawson community (villages of Jenera, Mt. Cory, Rawson, and rural areas) is invited to learn more about the Community Heart and Soul project.

What is Community Heart and Soul? The Community Heart & Soul model is a resident-driven catalyst for change that brings people and their elected officials together to build stronger, healthier, and more economically vibrant small cities and towns based on what matters most to everyone.

Please join us at an informational meeting on Tuesday, March 15, 2022 at 7:00pm in the Jenera Park Community Building (18800 State Route 698, Jenera, OH 45841) to learn more!





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