Kindergarten through Grade 2
CPS Office Hours: 7:30 am to 4:00 pm
School Hours: 8:15 am to 2:50 pm
Please call the attendance line if your child will be absent or tardy: (763) 691-6510
Thursday, November 26 and Friday, November 27
Thank you for your patience in helping with the new grade 1 & grade 2 student pick up procedure.
It has been brought to our attention by the city of Cambridge that cars cannot be parked on the city streets.
Starting Thursday, October 29, grade 1 & 2 students will be dismissed at 3:00 and come out door #1 (cafeteria doors). This is the door just to the east of
CPSâ€™s main building door #21. We are no longer able to pick up students behind the buses.
Our hope is that parents with students in these grades will not come to the school before 2:55 so that the kindergarten parents will be gone from the parking lot.
2nd Grade Choir Concert
Tuesday, December 1st
Doors open at 1:00pm Concert starts at 1:30pm
BLUEJACKET CLOTHING ORDER
Use the link below to order on-line
You can also print the order form out and
send it to school with your student.CIS-CPS Order (2).pdf
Checks payable to CIS/CPS
Order forms due by Wednesday, November 25th.
Orders will be delivered to students on
Thursday, December 17th.
Students at CPS will collect food, money and gifts to donate to the Isanti County Christmas Project sponsored by the Isanti Lions club. Students may begin bringing their donations to place under the tree in the Media Center on Monday, Nov. 30th.
On Dec. 11th we will invite members of the Lions club to attend our School Assembly and we will give them our donations.
Thank You ahead of time for your generosity in helping others in OUR community.
Thursday Dec. 3, 2015
Ryan Anderson. General Manager at McDonaldâ€™s has invited CPS
to partner in a teacher night.
Teachers are invited to join the McDonaldâ€™s Staff and work
alongside them, serving up those French fries!
What does this mean for CPS?
20% of ALL sales is awarded to our school!!
Please mark your calendars to be a part of this fun event!
Schoolwide Title 1 Program
Cambridge Primary is designated as a â€śSchoolwide Title 1 School.â€ť Title 1, a federally funded program, provides financial support to schools for the purpose of improving reading and math skills. These funds purchase the services of one full-time teacher and two instructional assistants who work directly with our students. The program also provides our school with supplies for supplemental instruction, blended learning initiatives, and family involvement activities.
All students at Cambridge Primary school benefit from the schoolwide Title 1 designation. One of the goals of the Schoolwide Improvement Plan is to provide more individualized instruction in flexible, small groups. This goal also aligns with the District Strategic Planning efforts. Specifically, Strategy V: â€śWe will provide the tools and support to meet the unique needs of every studentâ€ť. Title 1 staff may help students by giving extra instruction in these flexible or small groups, either within the regular classroom or in a quieter setting outside the regular classroom. These groups will change throughout the school year as the needs of the students change. A formal notice will not be sent to parents as students move in and out of services. Each studentâ€™s classroom teacher will continue to
communicate with parents regarding their childâ€™s learning. The Title 1 funded interventionists will also assist with assessments and/or the screening of all students. This information helps to inform our instruction and identify individual student needs. We are excited about the flexibility of services that a schoolwide program allows and anticipate huge gains towards meeting the individual needs of our students.
We look forward to working with families to help students be as successful in their education as possible. ~ If you have any questions about the Title 1 Program, please contact Rhonda Fischer at 763-691-6502 or email email@example.com or Tammy Kraft, Federal Programs Coordinator, at 763-689-6204 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
New District 911 Visitor Management
Cambridge-Isanti has implemented a district wide visitor safety procedure. Upon entering the building, all visitors must report to the main office. All visitors will be asked to verify their identity by showing office staff a form of photo identification, such as a driver's license or government issued ID card. We will not be able to check you in as a visitor without your photo ID. Your ID will be scanned and a photo visitor badge will be printed. Office staff will retain your ID card for the duration of your visit. Your picture ID will be returned to you when you return to the office to check out.
CPS SCHOOL SONG
CPS lives by this rule; always try to do your best at school.
Have fun, be safe and live the golden rule and we all love CPS.
CPS lives by this rule; always try to do your best at school.
Have fun, be safe and live the golden rule. We love CPS!
Stay S.A.F.E. in the Carpool Lane
S - Stay in the carpool lane and follow cars along the route
A - Always stay in your car while students exit on the right
F - Forego cellphones and texting
E - Everyone is SAFE!
Cambridge Primary School serves the northern portion of the Cambridge-Isanti School District. Â This attendance area is approximately 140 square miles and includes the cities of Cambridge, Dalbo, and Grandy.
The entire staff works hard to teach to the Minnesota Academic Standards and to develop positive relationships with all.Â We teachÂ all our students beginning basic skills of Reading, Mathematics,Â and Language ArtsÂ to help them allÂ becomeÂ 21st century learners.
Through shared leadership, Cambridge Primary School will build strong relationships with our students, families and community, we will work together to prepare all our students to be 21st century learners. By having high expectations and believing all students can learn, we will prepare our students to be the leaders of tomorrow.
CPS STRATEGIC PLAN MISSION
The mission of Cambridge Primary, an influential school empowering young minds in a fundamental learning environment, is to develop confident, eager learners who model character and are prepared for the ever-changing world, guided by an innovative and exemplary staff that ensures a strong relationship with students, their families and the community.
"Teaching Learners Today to be Leaders Tomorrowâ€ť
*All staff will develop and foster positive relationships with all students
*All staff will teach to the Minnesota State standards using
21st century teaching strategies and the learning criteria
*We will have high expectations for all
*We will use data to make decisions based on individual needs of all students