|PrincipalDr. Ocheze Joseph | Assistant PrincipalShirley Tillman

 |School hours: Doors Open 9:10 a.m. | Instructional Time 9:25 a.m. - 3:50 p.m.|

   


 

 Vision Statement

    Clopper Mill Elementary School is a school-community partnership in which all members are valued and respected in a safe and caring environment.  By setting high expectations for all students, we create life-long learners who are prepared for the future.

 2013-2014 School Improvement Plan  

 

 

 How Do We Engage our Students?

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  How Can I Help my Child at Home?

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~Online Resources for Home Use~

 


 



Announcements

  • Ebooks!

    We have bought a subscription to an ebooks website! You child will learn about this website in school, and bring home the username and password on a worksheet. Please put this worksheet in a safe place so you can access the website from home! http://www.starwalkkids.com/

  • Helpful Websites for Supporting Reading at Home

    http://www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/schools/cloppermilles/webresources/ Please visit our "Student Resources" tab on our Clopper Mill website (or click the link above) to see many links to webpages that can be used from home to help support reading at home!  

  • CMES Conducts Mandated Emergency Drills

    Tuesday, November 3rd, we conducted our second emergency drill (i.e., a scenario drill which included Shelter in Place, Lockdown and Shelter in Place).  Click here for more information on these drills.

  • Roaring Cougar Reading Program

    Beginning in November, students in Pre K through Grade 5 will participate in our “Roaring Cougar Readers” program. Click here for details.

  • Body Cameras in Our Schools (Northwest and Seneca Valley)

    The Montgomery County Police Department has begun a pilot program in which some of its officers are wearing body cameras. Click here for more information. 

  • Box Tops for Education

    Collecting box tops is an easy way for families to help our school earn cash. Click here to learn how you can help!

  • Clothing to Cash Recycling Program

    Bring in clothing, shoes, sneakers, towels and textiles in all conditions: unwanted, outgrown and out of style. CMES will get paid for every pound we collect.

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