Hello Clymer families, The 4th quarter will soon be starting on April 19th. In preparation for the remainder of the school year, we ask families that wish to change their...
Notice of regular BOE Meeting/Budget Workshop to be held on March 31st at 7:00pm in the Choral/Music Room. https://5il.co/qxfn
2021-2022 Anticipated Openings Clymer Central School District is now accepting applications for: A Science Teacher...
As we prepare our students for their return to instruction on Monday, I would like to remind you of your daily responsibility to complete the daily health screening for your children on the SNAP system. Questions on the survey have been modified to align the new guidelines released this past week. If your child arrives to school without a completed health screening, he/she will not be allowed to attend class until a parent/guardian can be reached. This daily requirement is necessary to minimize the risk of exposure and quarantine to other students and staff in the building. Quarantine not only impacts the classroom, but the athletic fields and other class trips. Please due your due diligence to keep our community safe. More communication will be sent out over the next week providing any additional updates to our in-person instructional model in light of the updated guidance. We look forward to the energy your children bring to our building.
The fifth graders practiced our flood drill this afternoon, in honor of April Fool's Day. They sat on their desks, reached one hand up in the air, and held their nose with the other. We are now prepared for mass flooding on the second floor of Clymer Central School. Having fun while learning and of course demonstrating, #pirateprideview image
Mr. King, CCS Wellness Coordinator/Physical Education teacher, Mrs. Watrous, Cafeteria Manager, and Nurse Amy Johnson offered a coloring contest to UPK-Grade 6 in March. We were fortunate to have the Chautauqua County Dairy Princess, LynnDee Nagel, come after school to judge the entries. Everyone enjoyed seeing the colorful pictures posted in the hallway and reading the responses from the students regarding why they like milk.
A healthy diet and good nutrition are so important--Mrs. Watrous and her staff work hard each day to provide wholesome meals to our student body each school day-and during the 2020-21 school year they are free of charge!
The entries of the following students were selected by the Dairy Princess to receive an additional prize. (Selected 4th grade student was absent).view image
Holy Audubon! The Audubon was able to visit Clymer ES and provide a series of engaging science lessons to all grade levels at the Clymer ES. Thank you for your help in making science engaging for our students. These pictures show the 4th grade learning about Beavers. #piratepride