Welcome to the Canterbury Elementary School Home Page!
Check out this wonderful link for our Celebration of the Arts.
WHO IS THAT behind the mask in the picture?
Canterbury Cares will be providing some summer food assistance. Click here for details.
SEPAC will present How to read your child’s IEP, with the 1st session on May 27th. The link to the remote meeting is included in the flyer.
Text Messages from CPS If you would like to receive Blackboard texts from the school, send a text to the phone number 23177 and type SUBSCRIBE CANT in the body of the text. If you are having any other issues with Blackboard, please email CCraig@
Pre-K and Kindergarten Registrations Beginning April 3rd, Mrs. John will be taking registration information for the 2020-2021 school year. Please email her at djohn@canterburypublicschools.
Parent Letters and Information For prior parent letters and Information, scroll down to School News. Note: Additional information is posted on the Family Resource page.
Remote Learning Resources We are pleased that you are all doing the best you can. Have fun learning!
Specials (Unified Arts) Remote Learning for Physical Education, Art, Music and Technology
Reading and Language Arts Remote Learning from Mrs. Goodwin
More Information from Mrs. Goodwin for Reading and Language Arts
Remote Learning Packets Although these packets were distributed for the Initial Remote Learning, they contain some good resources and information.
Specials (Unified Arts) Remote Learning for Physical Education, Art, Music and Technology for ending 4/5/20
Continue Keyboarding for Technology Remote Learning.
Prior Letters shared with Families Parent Information 3-26 Principals Letter about Remote Learning 3-25-20 Principals Letter to Families 3-17-20 Letter to Parents Regarding Recent News of the Corona Virus 3-4-20 Meal Distribution Letter 3-17-20
Awesome News — Canterbury Elementary School raided $557.25 on ‘PJ Day for the Kids’ to benefit the Center for Cancer & Blood Disorders at Connecticut Children’s. Click to view the letter we received from them.
Important Dates for March
- March 10th – PTO @ 3:30 p.m
- March 18th – Grade 3 Field Trip to Pequot Museum
- March 19th – Assembly @ 2:00 p.m.
- March 20th – Early Dismissal @ Noon (Prof. Dev.)
- March 24th – Spring Picture Day
- March 26th – Grade 3 Field Trip to Symphony (8:30 – 12:00)
- March 27th – Kid’s Lab 3:30 – 4:30
Important Dates for April
- April 6th – Reading Week Begins
- April 7th – PTO @ 6:00 p.m
- April 8th – Wear Words
- April 9th – Early Dismissal @ Noon (Prof. Dev.)
- April 9th – Character Dress Up Day & Parade
- April 10th – Good Friday/No School
- April 13th thru April 17th – Spring Break
- April 23rd – Pre-K Registration
CES Kid’s Lab!
What is the CES Kid’s Lab?
CES Kid’s Lab aims to get students interested in and excited about STEM related concepts. Our hope is to provide opportunities for students in grades K-4 to create, construct, experiment, invent, think, solve, risk, try, grow, learn, explore and collaborate outside of the classroom. All while having FUN! Prior Kid’s Lab included ‘all about 3D Printers and How they are going to Change… Everything!’ and What is DNA?
What time? 3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Music and More…
- March 19th — Assembly @ 2:00
- May 14th — Celebration of the Arts 6:00 – 7:30 p.m.
- May 21st— Assembly @ 2:00
Check out the CES Technology Enrichment Newsletter!
The Canterbury Public Schools Safe School Climate Plan is developed and addresses the existence of bullying in its schools. A core component of preventing bullying and creating an environment that is safe for all is the ability for students to anonymously report acts of bullying and teen dating violence to school employees. Students can use the reporting form below or can text information to the school bullying reporting hotline at (401) 992- 4132 or simply write down the information and share with a teacher or administrator. Both online forms of reporting are directed to a school administrator who will follow the procedures and protocols in compliance with the Canterbury Public Schools Safe School Climate Plan.
The mission of Canterbury Elementary School, in partnership with home and community, is to promote interactive student learning through a positive, caring environment in which self-worth is enhanced and a life-long commitment to learning is developed.
67 Kitt Road
Canterbury, Connecticut 06331
Phone: (860) 546-6744
Fax: (860) 546-6742