Pre-K loves centers! Did you know that centers can help Pre-K students grow socially while also becoming more self-aware? The time that students spend in centers increases time management skills, regulation skills and even helps students to identify their own interests. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
13 days ago, Claremont Communications
Pre-K loves centers!   Did you know that centers can help students grow socially while also becoming more self-aware? The time that students spend in centers increases time management skills, regulation skills and even helps students to identify their own interests.   #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
Pre-K loves centers!   Did you know that centers can help students grow socially while also becoming more self-aware? The time that students spend in centers increases time management skills, regulation skills and even helps students to identify their own interests.   #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
Pre-K loves centers!   Did you know that centers can help students grow socially while also becoming more self-aware? The time that students spend in centers increases time management skills, regulation skills and even helps students to identify their own interests.   #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
Pre-K loves centers!   Did you know that centers can help students grow socially while also becoming more self-aware? The time that students spend in centers increases time management skills, regulation skills and even helps students to identify their own interests.   #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
Just a reminder, parents of 2nd and 5th grade students - your parent orientation meetings are tomorrow, September 13th via Google Meets! 2nd Grade 6:30pm-7:00pm 5th Grade 7:00pm-7:30pm You should have received an invitation from your child's teacher to this VIRTUAL meeting. If you have not received an invitation, please contact your child's teacher of record. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
13 days ago, Claremont Communications
Just a reminder, parents of 2nd and 5th grade students - your parent orientation meetings are tomorrow, September 13th via Google Meets!  2nd Grade 6:30pm-7:00pm  5th Grade 7:00pm-7:30pm   You should have received an invitation from your child's teacher to this VIRTUAL meeting. If you have not received an invitation, please contact your child's teacher of record. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
Homecoming shirt orders are due THIS WEEK! Send in your order or order online! ▶ https://www.claremore.k12.ok.us/article/529836 Show your #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
14 days ago, CPS Communications
HoCo Shirt design
3rd grade students in Mrs. Millsap's class are working on growth mindset - curating the ability to push past failures and continue making progress. Mrs. Millsap read The Most Magnificent Thing by Ashley Spires and tasked students with building a free-standing tower that can support a bucket using only straws, a cup, yarn, tape and scissors. The bucket must be suspended and be able to hold weight. Students used their critical thinking skills to plan out their design and then brought their designs to life and tested their weight bearing ability. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
15 days ago, Claremont Communications
3rd grade students in Mrs. Millsap's class are working on growth mindset - curating the ability to push past failures and continue making progress.   Mrs. Millsap read The Most Magnificent Thing by Ashley Spires and tasked students with building a free-standing tower that can support a bucket using only straws, a cup, yarn, tape and scissors. The bucket must be suspended and be able to hold weight.   Students used their critical thinking skills to plan out their design and then brought their designs to life and tested their weight bearing ability.   #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
3rd grade students in Mrs. Millsap's class are working on growth mindset - curating the ability to push past failures and continue making progress.   Mrs. Millsap read The Most Magnificent Thing by Ashley Spires and tasked students with building a free-standing tower that can support a bucket using only straws, a cup, yarn, tape and scissors. The bucket must be suspended and be able to hold weight.   Students used their critical thinking skills to plan out their design and then brought their designs to life and tested their weight bearing ability.   #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
3rd grade students in Mrs. Millsap's class are working on growth mindset - curating the ability to push past failures and continue making progress.   Mrs. Millsap read The Most Magnificent Thing by Ashley Spires and tasked students with building a free-standing tower that can support a bucket using only straws, a cup, yarn, tape and scissors. The bucket must be suspended and be able to hold weight.   Students used their critical thinking skills to plan out their design and then brought their designs to life and tested their weight bearing ability.   #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
Heads up! Fall Pictures are scheduled for Tuesday, September 14th. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
15 days ago, Claremont Communications
Heads up!   Fall Pictures are scheduled for Tuesday, September 14th.   #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
Tomorrow marks the 20th anniversary of 9/11, and we will #neverforget. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
15 days ago, Claremont Communications
Tomorrow marks the 20th anniversary of 9/11, and we will #neverforget. ​
"There are three primary colors..." 5th grade students experimented with primary colors in Mrs. Francis' art class - learning what would happen when you mix each color with another. Red + Yellow make ORANGE Yellow + Blue make GREEN Red + Blue make PURPLE #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
15 days ago, Claremont Communications
"There are three primary colors..."   5th grade students experimented with primary colors in Mrs. Francis' art class - learning what would happen when you mix each color with another.   #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
"There are three primary colors..."   5th grade students experimented with primary colors in Mrs. Francis' art class - learning what would happen when you mix each color with another.   #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
In today's Fridays with Frazier, Mr. Frazier remembers 9/11 and talks to us about COVID number compared to last year, quarantines, additional systematic protocols, and the future. https://youtu.be/ChH71Ng99t4 #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
16 days ago, CPS Communications
Friday's with Frazier 9-10-21
PLC Day for Teachers = EARLY RELEASE for students today. 🕑 Elementary @ 2:00 PM 🕝 WRJH / CHS @ 2:30 PM #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
16 days ago, CPS Communications
Two kids walking away with backpacks
In an introduction to Growth Mindset - the belief that with work, your skills can improve over time - 2nd graders in Mrs. Johnston's class read The Girl Who Never Made Mistakes and then worked together in pairs on a STEM activity. For this STEM activity, students were challenged to design and build a broom and dustpan - using only construction paper and tape - to clean up the mistakes we all inevitably make. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
17 days ago, Claremont Communications
In an introduction to Growth Mindset - the belief that with work, your skills can improve over time - 2nd graders in Mrs. Johnston's class read The Girl Who Never Made Mistakes and then worked together in pairs on a STEM activity.   For this STEM activity, students were challenged to design and build a broom and dustpan - using only construction paper and tape - to clean up the mistakes we all inevitably make.   #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
In an introduction to Growth Mindset - the belief that with work, your skills can improve over time - 2nd graders in Mrs. Johnston's class read The Girl Who Never Made Mistakes and then worked together in pairs on a STEM activity.   For this STEM activity, students were challenged to design and build a broom and dustpan - using only construction paper and tape - to clean up the mistakes we all inevitably make.   #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
In an introduction to Growth Mindset - the belief that with work, your skills can improve over time - 2nd graders in Mrs. Johnston's class read The Girl Who Never Made Mistakes and then worked together in pairs on a STEM activity.   For this STEM activity, students were challenged to design and build a broom and dustpan - using only construction paper and tape - to clean up the mistakes we all inevitably make.   #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
"My name is Rachel Fulks and I teach English Language Learners. I have been in education for 10 years, am married to my best friend Nathan, and we have three large dogs that keep us entertained." "I teach because I love students and getting to see their "ah ha" moments. Teaching is the most fulfilling job!" Favorite Book: Soul Keeping Favorite Snack: Popcorn Favorite Treat: Coffee Favorite Color: Purple or Cubbies Blue #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
17 days ago, Claremont Communications
My name is Rachel Fulks and I teach English Language Learners. I have been in education for 10 years, am married to my best friend Nathan, and we have three large dogs that keep us entertained."  "I teach because I love students and getting to see their "ah ha" moments. Teaching is the most fulfilling job!"   Favorite Book: Soul Keeping Favorite Snack: Popcorn Favorite Treat: Coffee Favorite Color: Purple or Cubbies Blue  #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
Just a reminder, parents of 1st and 4th grade students - your parent orientation meetings are tomorrow, September 9th via Google Meets! 1st Grade 6:30pm-7:00pm 4th Grade 7:00pm-7:30pm You should have received an invitation from your child's teacher to this VIRTUAL meeting. If you have not received an invitation, please contact your child's teacher of record. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
17 days ago, Claremont Communications
Just a reminder, parents of 1st and 4th grade students - your parent orientation meetings are tomorrow, September 9th via Google Meets!  1st Grade 6:30pm-7:00pm  4th Grade 7:00pm-7:30pm   You should have received an invitation from your child's teacher to this VIRTUAL meeting. If you have not received an invitation, please contact your child's teacher of record. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
4th grade students participate in independent reading time using a Real Reading Checklist. This checklist leads students to ask questions about what they are reading, and therefore increase comprehension of their selected text! #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
17 days ago, Claremont Communications
4th grade students participate in independent reading time using a Real Reading Checklist. This checklist leads students to ask questions about what they are reading, and therefore increase comprehension of their selected text!  #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
4th grade students participate in independent reading time using a Real Reading Checklist. This checklist leads students to ask questions about what they are reading, and therefore increase comprehension of their selected text!  #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
4th grade students participate in independent reading time using a Real Reading Checklist. This checklist leads students to ask questions about what they are reading, and therefore increase comprehension of their selected text! #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
17 days ago, Claremont Communications
Mrs. Ward's 1st grade class works together to read simple sentences. Did you know, that hen learning to read, incorporating simple sentences into classroom instruction helps students to put together all of the reading skills they have learned? This is just another step toward creating confident, fluent readers! #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
18 days ago, Claremont Communications
Mrs. Ward's 1st grade class works together to read simple sentences.   Did you know, that hen learning to read, incorporating simple sentences into classroom instruction helps students to put together all of the reading skills they have learned?  This is just another step toward creating confident, fluent readers!  #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
On this Wellness Wednesday, we want to share the importance of family meals. Did you know that children who help prepare new foods are more inclined to try them? AND, children who share meals with their family do better in school, too! Here are some tips on making family meals happen, provided by togethercounts: Start where you are: If you never eat together as a family, start with a birthday or other celebration. If you eat together one night a week, aim for two. Make the meal happen: Things are easier to fit into schedules when we make them habits or rituals. When you are organizing your calendar, put dinner in first. Make a shared meal the rule, not the exception. Make it important: Let all family members know that the family meal is important. It will help everyone get to the table and, once there, best take advantage of the time together. Give them something to do: If you’re dining with kids, make them part of the group by giving age-appropriate activities (passing out forks, helping clean up) and conversation to help them participate. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
18 days ago, Claremont Communications
On this Wellness Wednesday, we want to share the importance of family meals. Did you know that children who help prepare new foods are more inclined to try them? AND, children who share meals with their family do better in school, too!  Here are some tips on making family meals happen, provided by togethercounts:  Start where you are: If you never eat together as a family, start with a birthday or other celebration. If you eat together one night a week, aim for two.  Make the meal happen: Things are easier to fit into schedules when we make them habits or rituals. When you are organizing your calendar, put dinner in first. Make a shared meal the rule, not the exception.  Make it important:  Let all family members know that the family meal is important. It will help everyone get to the table and, once there, best take advantage of the time together.  Give them something to do: If you’re dining with kids, make them part of the group by giving age-appropriate activities (passing out forks, helping clean up) and conversation to help them participate.   #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
So, just what is Wednesday Walking PALs? Wednesday Walking PALs is a "walking school bus" and we invite your Claremont student to participate. Much like you would drop your student off at the bus stop, in this case you would drop him or her off at the designated meeting spot and they would walk with other students and adult PAL mentors a few blocks to school. The meeting place is the First Baptist Church parking lot on the north side of Will Rogers Blvd. The groups meet at 7:15 am on Wednesday mornings and begin walking by 7:25 which gets the kids to school in time for breakfast. To enroll your student for the Fall session which begins September 8th, please pick up a form in the school office. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
19 days ago, Claremont Communications
So, just what is Wednesday Walking PALs?   Wednesday Walking PALs is a "walking school bus" and we invite your Claremont student to participate. Much like you would drop your student off at the bus stop, in this case you would drop him or her off at the designated meeting spot and they would walk with other students and adult PAL mentors a few blocks to school.   The meeting place is the First Baptist Church parking lot on the north side of Will Rogers Blvd. The groups meet at 7:15 am on Wednesday mornings and begin walking by 7:25 which gets the kids to school in time for breakfast. To enroll your student for the Fall session which begins September 8th, please pick up a form in the school office.  #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
DANCING with the ZEBRAS starts TONIGHT! Join our State Championship Dance Team for a mini-clinic September 7th - 9th and perform at a CHS football game this fall. Register here > https://5il.co/y25q #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
19 days ago, CPS Communications
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Claremore Public School is NOW HIRING dynamic and passionate teachers to be a part of our teaching team. THIS JUST IN: 4th grade just opened up at Claremont Elementary! Apply at: www.claremore.k12.ok.us/employment #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
19 days ago, CPS Communications
Claremore Public School is NOW HIRING dynamic and passionate teachers to be a part of our teaching team.  THIS JUST IN:  4th grade just opened up at Claremont Elementary! Apply at:  www.claremore.k12.ok.us/employment  #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
Kindergartners in Mrs. Bradfield's class use mirrors to check their mouth placement when learning letter sounds. Here, they are checking placement for the letter "F"! #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
19 days ago, Claremont Communications
Kindergartners in Mrs. Bradfield's class use mirrors to check their mouth placement when learning letter sounds. Here, they are checking placement for the letter "F"!  #CPSZEBRAPRIDE