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Dye Elementary Family Math Night

Dye families spent an evening having fun with math!  The Sloan/Longway staff brought a gym full of math activities for students to explore with their families.  Our elementary math coordinator, Mrs. Wolsker, was also here to answer parents’ questions about our math curriculum and homework.

Our next family learning event at Dye is scheduled for December 12.  We hope to see you there!


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Dillon Elementary Title I Family Math Night

Dillon families spent a fun evening exploring math activities with the Sloan/Longway staff. Mrs. Wolsker, the District Elementary Math Coordinator, was available to talk with parents about the elementary math curriculum and Everyday Math. Families enjoyed dinner and left with math tool kits and free books. Our next Title I night is scheduled for December 5.


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The 2019-2020 Randels teachers and staff are ready for a terrific year!!


2019-2020 Board of Education Meeting Dates

July 16, Organizational, 5:30 p.m.

*August 13

*August 27, Subcommittee, 5:30 p.m.

September 3

September 17

*September 24, Subcommittee, 5:30 p.m.

October 1

October 15

*October 22, Subcommittee, 5:30 p.m.

November 5

November 19, Finance Committee, 6:00 p.m.

November 19

*November 26, Subcommittee, 5:30 p.m.

December 3

*December 17, Subcommittee, 5:30 p.m.

January 7, 2020, Organizational

*January 21, Workshop, 5:30 p.m.

*January 28, Subcommittee, 5:30 p.m.

February 4

February 18, Finance Committee, 6:00 p.m.

February 18

*February 25, Subcommittee, 5:30 p.m.

March 3

*March 17, Subcommittee, 5:30 p.m.

April 7, Finance Committee, 6:00 p.m.

April 7

April 21

*April 28, Subcommittee, 5:30 p.m.

May 5, Workshop, 5:30 p.m.

May 19

*May 26, Subcommittee, 5:30 p.m.

June 2, Finance Committee, 6:00 p.m.

June 2

June 16, Budget Hearing, 6:00 p.m.

June 16

*June 23, Subcommittee, 5:30 p.m.


*All meetings are the First or Third Tuesdays and will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the Conference Room of the Carman-Ainsworth Administration Building unless otherwise noted.

Annual Asbestos Notification 2019-2020 School Year

In accordance with Section 763.84 of the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA), or the “Asbestos in Schools Rule,” Carman-Ainsworth Community  Schools  is notifying employees and building occupants, or their legal guardians, of activities conducted within the past school year involving the asbestos inspections, response actions, and post-response action activities, including periodic re-inspection and periodic surveillance activities, that are planned or in progress at School District facilities.

During the upcoming school year (the “2019 – 2020 School Year” – September 2019 through August 2020), Carman-Ainsworth Community Schools has planned the following activities related to asbestos-containing materials throughout the School District:

• Six Month Periodic Surveillances: Six-month periodic surveillances will be completed every six months and continue on a regular six-month schedule (next two scheduled rounds will occur in January and July of 2020).

• Three Year Re-inspections: The EPA requires that each school district re-inspect all known and assumed asbestos-containing materials once every three years. The three-year re-inspection activities for all Carman-Ainsworth Community Schools facilities were completed in July 2019.  Therefore, the next three-year re-inspections are due in the summer of 2022.

• Asbestos Abatement Projects – Scheduled: As of the construction of this document, no projects have been scheduled. When necessary to support renovations of building operations, abatement will be completed by trained and accredited personnel.

During the previous twelve months (the “2018 – 2019 School Year” – September 2018 through August 2019), Carman-Ainsworth Community Schools completed the following activities related to asbestos-containing materials throughout the School District:

• Six Month Periodic Surveillances: Six-month periodic surveillance activities were completed in January and August of 2019.

• Removal of floor tile at Dye Elementary. Material removed at C-A High School, C-A Middle School, and Randels Elementary.

AHERA Management Plans are available for review in each school building office or at the CACS Administration Building (G-3475 Court Street, Flint, Michigan). Summaries for all of the asbestos abatement projects conducted prior to the 2017 – 2018 School Year are located at each building in their AHERA Management Plan, while complete documentation is maintained in the CACS Administration Building.

Questions regarding the asbestos program for Carman-Ainsworth Community Schools may be addressed to Mr. Marc Cavett, Operations Supervisor for Carman-Ainsworth Community Schools at (810) 591-3220.

Youth Enrichment

Youth basketball is available for children grades 3rd through 8th grade.

Fall Basketball 2019

Youth cheerleading is available for children grades 2nd through 6th.

Cheerleading Fall 2019

Letter From The Superintendent

Welcome Back Carman-Ainsworth Cavaliers!

The beginning of a new school year reminds us that the future holds infinite possibilities. We hope that your summer was relaxing, filled with adventures and good health because you deserve it! We know that this school year will begin filled with hope, vision and excitement. We wish everyone the greatest success as we welcome our students to their educational journey of 2019-2020.

The 2018-2019 school year was yet another opportunity to celebrate the combined efforts of our school and community that resulted in outstanding student accomplishments. The 2019 graduating class of Carman-Ainsworth High School once again amassed nearly $4 million in college scholarships while attaining over 600 college credits. The 2019 graduating class of Carman-Ainsworth Baker Career Academy earned a combined total of 345 college credits. In the past two school years, graduating seniors from Carman-Ainsworth Community Schools have earned nearly $10 million in college scholarships and earned a combined 1,696 college credits. Our students continue to take advantage of the many opportunities to enroll in our Dual Enrollment Educational Partnerships and our two outstanding Early College options with Carman-Ainsworth U of M Flint STEM Early College and the Carman-Ainsworth Baker Career Academy Early College. As the new school year begins, we look forward to providing these opportunities to even more students.

This year we will continue to provide valuable resources to all Carman-Ainsworth students such as a free health clinic and free breakfast and lunch at all of our schools. As you know, our partnership with the Regional Alliance for Healthy Schools (RAHS) at Michigan Medicine provides students and families with a health-based clinic on the campus of Carman-Ainsworth High School. Please take advantage of many resources offered by the clinic such as:

• Immunizations

• Physical Exams

• Sick Visits

• Nutrition Counseling

• Health and Fitness Education Programs & Groups

• Confidential Mental Health Services and Psychotherapy

• Vision Screening

• Referrals for Community Resources

You can find more information about the Regional Alliance for Healthy Schools at Michigan Medicine and RAHS-Carman-Ainsworth Health Center on the RAHS website at: or by calling 810-591-5473.

Thank you to all of our parents for completing the Household Information Report that ensures our continued partnership with the Community Eligibility Provision. As you recall, the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) is a program designed to help provide free breakfast and lunch for all students. As in the past, this eliminates the difficulty in collecting and processing free and reduced-price meal applications. We are excited to once again offer this program for the 2019-2020 school year.

School Safety continues to be the focal point in providing an atmosphere and culture in which students, staff, families, and visitors feel welcome and supported. The safety and security of our students is paramount in the success of the programs, services, and initiatives that we provide, participate or institute within our district. Please continue to partner with us to ensure that our safety protocols are adhered to on a daily basis. As a reminder:

• Michigan law requires that all K-12 schools conduct at least three lockdown drills per school year. Schools are also required to provide a list of scheduled fire, tornado, and lockdown drills to their county emergency management coordinator no later than September 15 of each school year.

• All of our instructional buildings have single-point entry areas with surveillance cameras and buzz ringer/alert systems. Building doors are locked during school hours and those who enter or visit are directed to the single point entry area.

• Our district has established outstanding partnerships with our local Police and First Responder Community. We are fortunate to have School Resource Officers on several of our campuses.

Carman-Ainsworth Community Schools has and will continue to invest in safety resources that provide additional layers of security district-wide. Although we adhere to a high degree of safety requirements and standards, we constantly evaluate our current procedures in an effort to stay up-to-date with practices that enhance the safety and security of our buildings.

In closing, the Carman-Ainsworth Community School’s staff continues to work tirelessly to make our schools a place where your child wants to come each and every day to challenge themselves and to achieve at his or her highest academic capacity. We all care deeply about the success of our children! We are lucky to have such a dedicated and caring staff whose focus and priorities are all in the right places – building positive relationships with each and every student! Our students and staff strive to live our Code of Conduct by demonstrating respect, honesty, courage, compassion, and responsibility and our parents and the entire community model these same values for our students. I am so proud to be your Superintendent of Schools and will also work tirelessly to make sure this strong spirit continues to thrive in Carman-Ainsworth! We are all so very proud to be CARMAN-AINSWORTH CAVALIERS!

I look forward to another great year! Please do not hesitate to reach out to me with questions, comments, or concerns. My email is and my office phone number is 810-591-3205. See you all soon! As always, Go CAVS!



Eddie L. Kindle, Ed. S.

Superintendent of Schools

Kid’s Connection 2019-2020 School-Age Child Care

Kids’ Connection provides a safe, nurturing, and quality childcare program for children in grades K-5. There is a variety of stimulating, age-appropriate activities that children may participate in daily. These activities include arts/crafts, science, music, dramatic play, cooking, outdoor play and more! All activities are planned and will be supervised by our professional staff. The program is registered with the State of Michigan.

Kids’ Connection is a self-supporting program and pre-registration and weekly pre-payment is required. The pre-registration fee is $25 or $35 for a family. All outstanding balances must be paid in full prior to registration.


Dillon Elementary

1197 Schumacher Ave

Burton, MI 48529

(Serves Dillon & Rankin)

6:30-8:00 AM • 3:45-6:00 PM


Dye Elementary

1174 Graham

Flint, MI 48532

(Serves Dye only)

6:30-8:00 AM • 3:45-6:00 PM


Randels Elementary

6022 Brobeck

Flint, MI 48532

(Serves Randels only)

6:30-8:45 AM • 4:00-6:00 PM


FEES: $3.75/hour for the first child $3.50/hour for any additional siblings

You may pay with cash, check, American Express, VISA or Master Card



Estimate weekly usage — Weekly payments due by 9:00 a.m. Monday

Late payment fees are $15 • Late pickup fees are $1/minute

All checks should be made payable to COMMUNITY EDUCATION

Please complete the entire registration packet (available online or in your school office). Return completed packet and registration fee to one of the following locations: Community Education, The Learning Community, 1181 W. Scottwood, Flint, MI 48507 or C-A Administration Building, G3475 W. Court St., Flint, MI 48532

For further information call: 810-591-3600 or 810-591-7238

TENTATIVE School Calendar 2019-2020

September 3, 2019  Students Report (Half Day)

September 25, 2019 Late Start Wednesdays Begin

September 27, 2019 Student Half Day

October 11, 2019    End of 1st Marking Period H.S. & M.S.

October 11, 2019    Middle School Records Day (Half Day)

November 1, 2019  Elementary Records Day (Half Day)

November 1, 2019  End of 1st Marking Period Elementary

November 14-15, 2019 Elementary Conferences (Half Day)

November 22, 2019 End of 2nd Marking Period H.S. & M.S.

November 28-December 1, 2019 Fall Recess (No School)

December 21, 2019 – January 5, 2020 Winter Recess (No School)

January 20, 2020    Martin Luther King Day (No School)

January 22-24, 2020 High School Exams (Half Day)

January 24, 2020    End of 2nd Marking Period / 1st Semester Elementary Buildings

January 24, 2020    End of 3rd Marking Period/First Semester for High School and Middle School

January 24, 2020    Elementary & Middle School Records Day (Half Day)

February 14, 2020  Student Half Day

February 17, 2020  February Recess (No School)

February 27-28, 2020 Elementary Conferences (Half Day)

March 6, 2020        End of 4th Marking Period for HS & MS

March 6, 2020        Middle School Records Day (Half Day)

March 18, 2020      Last Late Start Wednesday

March 28 – April 5, 2020 Spring Recess (No School)

April 9, 2020          End of 3rd Marking Period Elementary
April 10-13, 2020   April Recess (No School)

April 24, 2020        End of 5th Marking Period for HS & MS

May 25, 2020        Memorial Day (No School)

June 8-10, 2020    Middle & High School Exams (Half Day)

June 9-10, 2020    Elementary Records Days (Half Day)

* This is a TENTATIVE calendar and is subject to change *