Category Archives: Randels Elementary

Troubadours Perform For Randels

On Monday, Nov. 27, the Troubadours of the Flint Symphony Orchestra performed for all Randels students. As usual, the show was outstanding and students enjoyed participating!

School of Choice for Non-Residents

Carman-Ainsworth Community Schools will be accepting applications for Kindergarten – 5th grade through the Limited State Schools of Choice program for the 2016-2017 school year allowing a limited number of non-resident children to attend Carman-Ainsworth Schools beginning in the Fall of 2016.   

Click here to learn more.

Carman-Ainsworth Education Foundation Book Fair at Barnes & Noble

Barnes and Noble BookfairThe Carman-Ainsworth Education Foundation Book Fair at Barnes & Noble, will be Saturday, March 19th from 11:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.  It’s Batman vs. Superman theme day! If unable to attend, you can support the Foundation by using code 11792355 online at for purchases from 3/19/16 through 3/24/16. Click here to view a recommended book list.


Kindergarten Round Up

Do you have a child who is eligible to attend kindergarten in the fall? If your child turns age 5 bySeptember 1, 2016 please plan to attend kindergarten registration at one of the following buildings. Check the flyer below for more details.



Daddy/Daughter & Mother/Son Dance

The Rankin, Dillon, Dye and Randels 9th Annual Daddy/Daugher and Mother/Son Dance is right around the corner! Each dance has its difference dates, times and locations, so please click the flyers below for the correct information.



ThinkstockPhotos-453263543Our program combines two crucial courses into one, Sanchin-Ryu Karate & Self-Defense and Project Secure Child (child safety). Students will be trained with proven, age-appropriate techniques that are necessary for kids to protect themselves from attackers. This program is set in a fun, yet structured, environment which will give your child a positive outlook on learning a martial art. We focus on healthy attitudes versus perfection. Participants will achieve strategies, drills and exercises they are lead through. An ongoing course, where students have the opportunity to continue their education in the same location with no hidden fees.

  • Location: C-A High School
  • Karate for Kids 4 yrs +  Fee: $25
  • September 24 – November 12                      Thursdays        6:00-7:00 pm
  • November 19 – January 29                           Thursdays        6:00-7:00 pm
  • Call 591-3600 to register. Or sign up online at:

*Classes will NOT meet during school breaks/holidays November 26, December 24-31, 2015.

K-2 Basketball

Young Boy Playing BasketballThis Kindergarten – second grades program is designed to provide students with an opportunity to learn and develop basketball skills; understand good sportsmanship and teamwork; and have fun! This program is for both beginner and experienced participants. A great opportunity for kids to get a little exercise and have fun.


Lions’ Ziggy Ansah helps Dye Students Go To Detroit Tigers Game

image3Mrs. Klein and Mrs. Keskes classes raised money all year popping popcorn on Fridays.

All of their hard work paid off on May 14th! The teachers surprised the classroom with a trip to see the Detroit Tigers!

And that was not all, with a generous donation from Mr. Lony Jarnigin’s (CA board member) GM Co-workers each student received a Tigers T-shirt. Another donation from a Dye staff member allowed them to experience each ride! The students were excited, happy and a little stunned!  That is not the end of the story.

Click here for ESPN story. 

Carman-Ainsworth Academic State Champ Press Release

158556751Bridge Magazine ( recently published their annual Academic State Champs report which ranks how well schools and districts are educating their students while accounting for the impact that poverty has on student achievement. Academic State Champs isn’t a measure of achievement – it is a measure of overachievement.

So, how did Carman-Ainsworth fare? Take a look at the press release below!

Click here to view Press Release

District Text/E-Mail Alerts


Make sure to keep your CACS website account information up to date so that you receive timely school information. This includes changing your settings when your phone number, carrier, or email address changes, or if you no longer wish to receive alerts. We cannot alter your account selections. Instructions include:

You’ve Already Registered: Click on the “My Account” button in the upper right corner. Go to the tabs and choose the “Contact, Alerts, or Subscriptions” tab to edit.

You’re Not Registered: Click on the “Register” button in the upper right corner. Enter your birth date and proceed with entering your other information. Choose the various tabs to access desired account settings such as “Contact, Alerts, or Subscriptions.”