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Cannelton cafeteria information for 2012-13 school year
CANNELTON – The Cannelton elementary school breakfast and lunch programs will begin Aug. 13. The breakfast-lunch program is available to all children in the school and provides nutritionally balanced meals.
A price list of the various types of meals and prices was featured in the July 12 issue of the Perry County News.
Children from households that meet the Federal Income guidelines are eligible for free meals or reduced price meals for breakfast and lunch. To apply for free or reduced price meals, complete an application as soon as possible. Sign it and return it to the school office.
Cannelton elementary students school supply lists for 2012-13 school year now available
CANNELTON – Cannelton Elementary has released its class supplies list for the 2012-13 school year:
Preschool: One backpack, large enough to hold folders, no wheels; one blanket and one mat or two blankets for quiet time; one box of eight Crayola markers, original; one tub of disinfecting wipes; one box of at least eight crayons in a zipper bag, no boxes; one box of Kleenex; two rolls of paper towels; one folder; four glue sticks, construction paper; one box of quart or gallon baggies.
Kindergarten: Four boxes of tissue; two rolls paper towels; one two-pocket style pocket folder; one book bag; two boxes of Crayola markers, eight count; four glue sticks; one school box for supplies; one box Crayola crayons, 24 count; one set of washable paints; one 1-inch hardback three-ring binder with spine; one pack of Expo brand only dry-erase markers; one pair of Fiskars scissors for kids; one box of gallon size baggies; one tub of disinfecting wipes.
Grade One: One box Crayola crayons, 24 count; one pair Fiskars scissors for kids; two 1-inch three-ring binders; one roll of paper towels; two notebooks for journal writing-70 pages; five No. 2 pencils; three large boxes of tissues; one school box for supplies or a zipper bag; one backpack; two pink erasers; one tub of disinfecting wipes; one pack of Expo dry erase markers.
Grade Two: One backpack; one zipper bag, no boxes; four pink erasers; one 24-box of Crayola crayons; one pair Fiskars scissors; two pocket folders; two boxes of tissues; one pack Expo brand only dry-erase markers; one 1-inch three-ring hardback binder; one package loose leaf wide-rule paper; one tub of disinfecting wipes; one box quart baggies; three packs of index cards; one bottle of hand sanitizer, one pack of No. 2 pencils. Students are not allowed trapper keepers.
Grade Three: One backpack, no wheels; 48 pencils, one box of 24 crayons; two packs loose leaf notebook paper; one roll paper towels; one four-pack Expo brand dry erase markers; two pocket folders; three boxes tissues; one pencil bag or box; two packs of glue sticks; two spiral notebooks, one 12 ounce bottle of hand sanitizer; one 2-inch three-ring binder; one tub of disinfecting wipes; two large pink erasers.
Grade Four: Two pink erasers; four two-pocket folders with prongs; four packages loose leaf paper; 20 No. 2 pencils, may be mechanical; one pack Expo brand fine dry erase markers, assorted colors; one box of 24 crayons; two large boxes of tissues; one pencil bag; one tub disinfecting wipe. Students are not allowed to have trapper keepers.
Grade Five: 10 pencils, no mechanical pencils; art box or zipper bag; two spiral notebooks; two packages loose leaf wide-rule paper; two pink erasers and pencil top erasers; four pocket folders; one 24-box crayons; two glue sticks; two large boxes Kleenex tissues; one roll paper towels; one protractor; one tub of disinfecting wipes. Students are not allowed trapper keepers.
Registration for elementary children in Cannelton begins Aug. 6
CANNELTON – Registration for the 2012-13 school year at Cannelton elementary schools will be held from 1 to 7 p.m. Aug. 6 and from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Aug. 7. Registration will be held at the Myers Building Cafeteria for grades preschool through five. The Back-to-School Kid’s Fest will be held at the Cannelton Community Center from 5 to 6 p.m. Aug. 6.
The Stuff the Bus fundraiser will be from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday at Wal-Mart Friday and Saturday.
Monday, Aug. 13 is the first full student day of school. Preschool will begin the same date.
A parent or guardian is required to accompany any student registering. Students need not be present to register.
All registering families are eligible to fill out a State Textbook Application Form. Payment of books and fees is expected at time of registration.
Information required for new students:
• Certified copies of birth certificates; these can be obtained from the county health officer of the governmental unit where the child was born.
• Parent or guardian employment numbers
• At least three valid emergency contacts with working phone numbers
New students must have:
• Current health and immunization records
• Birth certificate (not a hospital certificate)
• Previous school’s address and phone number
All upcoming PK-5 students must re-register (even if preschool and kindergarten students pre-registered in the spring at preschool and kindergarten round-up before the first day of school.
All preschool and kindergartners must have a birth certificate and health immunization record (not a hospital certificate .
To be eligible to enroll in kindergarten, students must be five (5) years of age on or before Aug. 1, 2012 (state cut-off date). A child does not have to enroll in kindergarten at age five (5). If parents believe the child is not ready, the child may enter kindergarten at age six (6).
Preschool students should be three (3) by Aug. 1, 2012, and must be toilet trained-four (4) or five (5) years old.
All kindergartners and any new first graders must be complete or on schedule with their Hepatitis B shots and should also have received their second MMR’s before they enter school.
Preschool – four doses of DTAP, three doses of OPV, three doses of Hepatitis B, two doses of chicken pox and one dose of MMR.
Kindergarten – five doses of DTAP, four doses of IPV or OPV, three doses of Hepatitis B, two doses of chicken pox and two doses of MMR.