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  1. Free Movie Night at CPS

    Posted on March 12, 2019 - School News

    CPS is hosting a free showing of Disney’s Alladin, March 22nd at 6pm in the CPS gym. Popcorn and water will be provided. Wear your PJs and bring a blanket and pillow. All children need to come with responsible adult supervision.

  2. Celebrating Literacy at CPS

    Posted on March 6, 2019 - School News

    CPS had some great events celebrating their love of reading during the month of February! They partnered with the State of Maine in promoting the Read to ME challenge that shines a light on the vital importance of literacy education and the role that reading to children can play in fostering literacy growth.  The campaign… Read More

  3. Valentines for Soldiers

    Posted on February 28, 2019 - School News

    Earlier this month, Mrs. Imes’ second-grade class worked diligently to create personalized Valentines for a troop of soldiers in Afghanistan. All 15 students made enough valentines for every soldier to receive 5 personalized, handmade, and handwritten Valentines! It was certainly a proud moment for Mrs. Imes and her class! The valentines were mailed overseas to… Read More

  4. Green for Go!

    Posted on February 1, 2019 - School News

    The “green” positive office referral forms keep coming in as students are recognized for exceptional acts of courage, perseverance, responsibility, honesty, and self-control.  Some are given for displaying exemplary teamwork skills and positive attitudes.

  5. Mad Scientist Visits CPS

    Posted on January 30, 2019 - School News

    Mad Science of Maine visited China Primary on January 25th to teach them about energy.  Students watched the Mad Scientist do awesome experiments and even got to take part in them as they learned about different kinds of energy.

  6. Parent / Teacher Conferences Coming Up @ CPS

    Posted on January 21, 2019 - School News

    Parent / Teacher Conferences will take place from Monday, Feb 4, through Friday, Feb 15. Our common night for conferences is Thursday, Feb 7, 2:45-7:00 pm. We are once again asking parents to visit our China Primary Conferences website https://sites.google.com/rsu18.org/cps-ptcs to sign up for a conference time. Scan the QR code posted here and in… Read More

  7. China Schools Music Program— The Wonderful, Talented Mr. Bickford!

    Posted on December 28, 2018 - School News

    by Miranda Babson During November and December this year our music director, Mr. Joshua Bickford, was very busy.   November 30th saw the first and second-grade students presenting a concert focusing on Thankfulness.  Mr. Bickford and the students, with the help of pre-K teacher Ms. Robie (narrator) and volunteer Mrs. Mason (pianist), presented a delightful folktale-told-in-song which… Read More

  8. CPS Teachers Receive Engagement Grants

    Posted on December 20, 2018 - School News

    by Darlene Pietz Congratulations to China Primary School teachers Lacey Studholme and Tori Imes for being recipients of  $400 and $1000 respectively from the Samuel C. Leigh Student Engagement Grant! Both teachers are employing STEM lessons in their classrooms, which integrate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.  The monies will help purchase materials for the activities…. Read More

  9. Holiday Greetings

    Posted on December 18, 2018 - School News

             The holiday season is upon us and with it comes all the excitement that the season brings. It is a busy time filled with the hustle and bustle of gift shopping for friends and family near and far. Traditions such as visiting Santa, singing carols, and decorating our homes in beautiful… Read More

  10. CPS Spirit Week

    Posted on December 13, 2018 - School News

    As part of Guidance Class, Mrs. Babson’s 4th grade has been learning about a Decision Making Model. This model was used to identify a community service project for the class to perform. The class chose to plan and host SPIRIT WEEK next week. Participation is optional – but the themed days can be a way… Read More

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