Second grade celebrated Read Across America with a camping day. The students participated in learning stations with a camping theme. In the afternoon, they enjoyed building a giant s'more as they read and took AR tests. The best part may have been the s'more treats and playing camping BINGO!
Cumberland Elementary and Middle School will be celebrating Read Across America next week. Mrs. Walk, our District Librarian, has several activities planned for the students including the dress-up days listed below!
What’s for lunch today? Our schools have three online options to view the lunch menu. From the district webpage, choose the school, click Explore, and then click Dining. The menus are also found on our apps, Cumberland CUSD #77, IL and TeacherEase-Parents/Students. Both can be found in your phone’s app store.
Mrs. A. McElravy's 4th grade class enjoyed looking at the tractors during FFA tractor day today.
Many students in the district enjoyed visiting the petting zoo today! The petting zoo was sponsored by the Cumberland FFA.
If you have a child who will be 5 years old on or before September 1, 2024, he/she needs to be pre-registered for Kindergarten. Please start the process at the Google Form below. The form will be available beginning today and will close on March 20. If you do not have access to the Internet or experience difficulties, please contact the school at 217-923-3132.
Reminder: There is no school on Monday, 2/19, in honor of Presidents' Day.
The elementary school students had a lot of fun at their Valentine's Day parties today!
The Cumberland County Broadband Committee is hosting a public meeting on Thursday, February 15, 2024, at 5:30 PM at the Cumberland County Life Center Building, 507 E Main Street, Toledo, Illinois.
The committee has developed a survey to demonstrate the overall need for reliable and affordable broadband. This meeting will help residents better understand the committee’s mission and goals and explain how you can help encourage participation in the survey and the BEAD challenge. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
for more information.
Kindergarten wrapped up their kings and queens reading unit today with a tea party. They danced, played bingo, and had a fancy snack!
Reminder: Cumberland schools will dismiss at 12:15 on Friday, February 9, for a teacher in-service.
Mrs. Bierman's class concluded their unit of study on the Western expansion by having a Pioneer Day. The students did various activities including making butter and eating it on cornbread muffins!
Congratulations to our February Raiders of the Month! Great job being Respectful, Responsible, and Reliable. Keep up the great work being exemplary students in our school!
Ms. Williamson’s first grade class has been learning about different habitats. The students each drew three habitat pictures of the Arctic, the desert, and the African savanna. Then, the students placed different animals in their correct habitat.
Will a mountain last forever? Mrs. High's 4th graders learned about weathering today and answered that question by experimenting with shaking sugar cubes in a container.
Mrs. Smyser’s third graders discovered how flowers are pollinated last week by creating a bee to transfer “pollen” to their flower.
The second grade had a Glow Party to celebrate the 100th day of school!
Kindergarten celebrated the 100th day of school with some fun center activities!
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Mrs. A. McElravy's 4th grade class experimented with lava last week. They have been learning about volcanoes and what makes them explode.