2013-11-05 / Front Page

CES Students Rewarded With S’more Party For Good Behavior

A total of 72 Cloverdale Elementary School (CES) students recently celebrated positive school behavior with a S’more party. During the party, students were able to toast marshmallows and make S’mores. They were also treated to free time at the school’s Nature Trail. CES students receive SCORE cards when they are caught displaying positive behavior at school. They must save 20 tickets to gain entry to the party.

Kira Short, daughter of Dwaine and Laura Short of Poland, and Jacie Neese, daughter of Jerry and Sandy Neese of Cloverdale, are shown in the top photo enjoying a S’more, while instructional assistant Mrs. Karen Bessell is shown toasting marshmallows in the photo below for Alyssa Little, daughter of Joseph and Erin Little of Poland, Mitchell Bell, son of Jason Bell, Poland and Jordan Mc- Intosh, son of Heather McIntosh of Cloverdale.

parties would not be possible without their support. Businesses parties would not be possible without their support. Businesses There was music and door prizes also given away. CES would like to thank the following businesses for their support in making monetary or door prize donations. These that have made donations include: First National Bank, Endeavor Communications, The Hoosier Topics, Spencer Evening World, Don Walton Stove Sales, Our Community Bank, Indy’s Incredible Pizza, Indianapolis Indians Baseball, Pizza, Spuds, & Sticks, and Caribbean Cove Water Park.

There are many more parties scheduled for the remainder of the school year. Anyone wishing to donate door prizes or monetary donations may do so by contacting Brad Sandy at CES by email at bsandy@ cloverdale. k12.in.us, or by calling 765-795-4339. (Courtesy Photos)

Return to top

Click here for digital edition
2013-11-05 digital edition