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High School Yearbooks Now Available To Order

High School yearbooks are available for order for $60 February 18th through April 14th.  Yearbooks can be ordered at yearbookordercenter.com  using order number 12133 or contact Mrs. Conley.

CARDINGTON IMPROV PRESENTS “MISSION IMPROVABLE”

On Friday, February 17th the Cardington Improv team will present “Mission Improvable”. Show time is 7:30 pm in the Cardington High School Auditorium admission is $3 at the door. Come out and support the team and have some laughs while you do!

Proposed 2017-2018 School Calendar

The Cardington-Lincoln Board of Education will hear input from the community on February 13th at the regular Board of Education meeting held at 6pm in the High School Library in regard to the proposed 17-18 school calendar. 

Preschool Screenings For the 2017-2018 School year

Cardington-Lincoln Schools are now enrolling preschool students for the 2017-18 school year.  If your child will be ages 3-5 by August 1, 2017, and you are interested in sending your child to preschool, please call the Elementary office at 419-864-6692 to set up a screening appointment.  Screenings are currently being scheduled for March 17th and April 7th.  Appointments will take approximately thirty minutes.

CARDINGTON-LINCOLN PRESCHOOL EARNS 5-STAR RATING

Congratulations to the Cardington-Lincoln Preschool for earning the highest level possible, 5 Stars, in the STEP UP TO QUALITY RATING

For more information about step up to quality, please visit: http://education.ohio.gov/Topics/Early-Learning/Step-Up-To-Quality-SUTQ


Junior High Newsletter available (updated 1/26/1) HERE


Jim “Basketball” Jones is coming on January 17th to Cardington Elementary at 6:30 for a Free Show!!!

Jim “Basketball” Jones has an energy packed, positive message that focuses around making good choices, respecting others, being responsible, and being safe. It is our hope that students return home excited about their school presentation and bring their families to join in the fun for Jim’s engaging parent talk at 6:30!

For more information, please feel free to contact a member of the school’s guidance team, or visit Jim’s website at: http://jimbasketballjones.com.

We hope you can attend!!


WINTER SPORTS NIGHT

Winter Sports Night will be on Friday, January 13. The ceremony to crown a new king and queen will take place between the JV and Varsity boys basketball game against Elgin. Admission is $4 for students and $6 for adults.
There will be a dance after the boys basketball game in the cafeteria. Dance is for Cardington students in grades 9-12 and admission is $3 a student. Those who wish to bring a guest, need to contact Miss Ebert to get a guest form.
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L to R: Freshman-Emily Benson, Sophomore-Kynlee Edwards, Junior-Abby Hickman, Senior Queen Candidates-Adrean Mathews, Libby McConnell, Markayla Sites, and Senior King Candidates-Luke McCarrell, Skyler Bowling, and Clayton Clark.

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POWERSCHOOL PARENT PORTAL LINK WILL CHANGE SEPTEMBER 23

Please find the new link for viewing student grades and progress here.

Teacher access to PowerTeacher can be found here.


Junior High Newsletter available (updated 10/6/16) here


Creating Lasting Family Connections Training to be offered at Elementary

As a part of the district’s Federal Elementary Guidance Grant, families will be offered free training sessions.  Space is limited. Please select this link to read more.


8th Grade Washington D.C. Trip Information

For the latest information about the 8th Grade’s annual trip to the nation’s capital, click here.



 

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