New Family Orientation Video: Parents/guardians NEW to CCS can access our New Family Orientation video. The video will assist families with the transition to our 2018-2019 school year.
Summer Information Packets: Packets were mailed to Collegium families on Wednesday, July 25th. The packets include important information about the 2018-2019 school year, and contain a few forms that must be completed and returned to Collegium on the first day of school. Your child’s building, classroom number, and homeroom teacher’s name will be included in the packet. To access the digital resources described in the packet, please view the Table of Contents, and click on the links. If you did not receive your child’s packet, please contact Mrs. vanderSluijs.
2018-2019 Approved Budget: During their June 7, 2018 Public Meeting, the Collegium Board of Trustees approved our 2018-2019 Budget.
2018 Summer Reading List: As we greet the days of summer, we are eager to involve parents and students in summer reading. We are offering families a list of grade-appropriate books to share with their children. Please be assured that any reading during summer break is beneficial.
2018-2019 School Year Calendar: During their February 15th Public Meeting, the Collegium Board of Trustees approved our 2018-2019 School Year Calendar.
2018-2019 Student Enrollment: If your 2018-2019 school year plans change and your child will not be attending CCS, please let Mrs. Novak know as soon as possible. Please do not rely upon your new school to advise CCS, as they often do not reach out for records until after the school year has begun.
Collegium Newsletter: Access all 2017-2018 Newsletters via our Newsletter Archive. Just like popular social media feeds and timelines, view Newsletter content by scrolling down to the end.
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Emergency Closings: For more information about emergency and weather-related late openings and closings, please review the Emergency Closing Procedures.
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