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  1. New books and new foods at CPS

    Posted on September 21, 2019 - School News

    Students in Miss Preston’s second-grade class read The Invisible Boy for their mentor text as part of the Rooted in Reading Program the second grade is using. Students were intrigued by the new food a student in the book was eating called Bulgogi (a Korean beef dish). The class was lucky enough to have a… Read More

  2. 30 Day Happy Teacher Challenge

    Posted on September 5, 2019 - School News

    Principal Darlene Pietz handed out a new challenge to her staff on the second workshop day of the year. She wanted teachers to go into the year taking care of themselves and one another. The 30 Day Happy Teacher Challenge gives teachers daily tasks that range from having a work-free lunch without feeling guilty about… Read More

  3. CPS Bikes for Books

    Posted on June 10, 2019 - School News

    Our much-anticipated Bikes For Books drawing took place in an all-school assembly on May 17.  Students earned participation slips for reading outside of the school day for the entire month of April.  All participation slips were put into a drawing, and one boy and one girl at each grade level won new bikes and new… Read More

  4. CPS explores dinosaurs

    Posted on May 29, 2019 - School News

    Mrs. Studholme’s class has been learning about animals through time and studying dinosaurs fossils. Students have been learning how fossils give us clues about the past. They learned how scientists analyze fossils remains to determine what an organism looked like on the outside, the habitat it lived in, and even the food it ate. Last… Read More

  5. Lynn Plourde at CPS

    Posted on May 13, 2019 - School News

    The students at China Primary School had a visit from Maine Author, Lynn Plourde on April 4th.  She shared her knowledge of writing books with our students and talked about the many children’s books that she has written. The fourth graders got to hear all about her very first chapter book, Maxi’s Secrets. Thank you… Read More

  6. Jane Goodall speaks to CPS students

    Posted on May 3, 2019 - School News

    Last month, the CPS second grade participated in a Skype presentation with Jane Goodall.  A week prior, they dug deep into the book Me…Jane. They also explored more about her life and learned about chimpanzees. During their Skype call, Dr. Goodall shared stories about her life as a child and how she grew up and… Read More

  7. Monmouth Theatre Coming to CPS

    Posted on April 23, 2019 - School News

    We are so excited to announce our upcoming Page-to-Stage event at CPS. On Tuesday, April 30th, Monmouth Theater will bring adaptations of classic literature to our students in order to deepen an understanding and appreciation of classic literature to all learners! Our students have the privilege of seeing the “Tall Tales Twice Told” show, a… Read More

  8. Movie Night at CPS

    Posted on April 16, 2019 - School News

    Last month, the community committee at CPS planned a fun night of movie viewing for China families.  Approximately 20 families brought pillows, blankets, and sleeping bags and took advantage of our floor mats to watch the movie, Aladdin.  Popcorn was donated by Flagship Cinema and bottles of water were donated by Tobey’s General Store

  9. Northern Stars Planetarium comes to CPS

    Posted on April 12, 2019 - School News

    On March 19th, CPS Second graders had a visit from the Northern Stars Planetarium. They had a blast learning and hearing stories about the constellations! Mr. Meader did a great job! Thank you to the PTO for making this possible!  

  10. CPS Gratitude Assembly Celebrates Conservation Heroes

    Posted on April 9, 2019 - School News

    After having to reschedule several times, primarily due to winter weather, China Primary School was finally able to hold their gratitude assembly last month. The assembly, which they had been planning since applying for the district’s Gratitude Grant last fall, had two purposes; the first was to show appreciation to the staff of the China… Read More

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