Dillon loves when The Troubadours come for an assembly. The students get to be part of the fun and interact with the music and instruments.
Students at Rankin Elementary got the holiday season started right by taking time to enjoy some cookies and cocoa.
Sue Miller’s music students presented a wonderful treat to all Randels students & staff on December 17th.
The Carman-Ainsworth Education Foundation supports and partners with the Carman-Ainsworth Community Schools to expand innovative learning opportunities for students and staff in transforming the education of the school district.
The Foundation’s goals are:
• To promote the Carman-Ainsworth Education Foundation’s Mission, Vision, Goals and activities.
• To support the Carman-Ainsworth Community Schools and students in the implementation of innovative learning opportunities.
• To raise funds to support innovative projects presented to the Foundation by the District.
Online donations are accepted here. http://www.carman.k12.mi.us/
Thank you for your support!
If you have moved out of the Carman-Ainsworth district or have family/friends interested in attending Carman-Ainsworth Community Schools, we would like you to know that CA will be accepting applications through the Limited State Schools of Choice program for Second Semester allowing a limited number of non-resident children to attend Carman-Ainsworth Schools beginning January 26, 2015. We have limited openings in all buildings and grade levels with the exception of Dye Elementary. There are no openings for 4th and 5th grades at Dye. Applications will be available January 5 – 16, 2015 at the Carman-Ainsworth Administration Building on Court and Graham. Further information is available on our district website at www.carman.k12.mi.us , in the school office or call 591-3206.
Dillon students had a great time practicing reading strategies and vocabulary with a game called “A Trip to the North Pole!” This game was created by the Title I staff at Dillon.
East House collected over 500 food items to be donated to a local food bank. Students then used the cans to construct the tallest structure and a structure of their choice. This activity is part of the STEMs initiative.
Introducing the Winter/Spring 2015 Bendle/Carman-Ainsworth Community Education Catalog. Anyone can attend! Bring a friend! Make it a special night out!
Kindergarten, first, and second grade students brought their families back to Dye Elementary for a fun night of learning. Families first read Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day by Judith Viorst. Then they practiced comprehension strategies with games, drawing, writing, sequencing, and crafts. Everyone enjoyed hot cocoa and cookies to end the night. Families took home treats and a copy of the book. It was a very good day to be a Dye Bulldog!