Spaulding Elementary

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Summer Solstice is here

It's called the longest day of the year. Find out why at this link.

Did you know? SES in on Twitter. Follow us @spaulding_ses

New at SES for 2017-2018

New at SES for 17-18-Old tennis courts made into parking. We are looking forward to using the new area--This will help with volunteer parking and student pick up.

Spaulding Elementary Open House

Graphic says Open House

Students and parents are invited to Spaulding Elementary's Open House on Monday, August 14th from 6:30-7:30 pm. Come tour the building, find your classroom and meet your teacher on this night!

First Day of School for 2017-18

Graphic says First Day of School

The first day of school for students is Thursday, August 17th! We look forward to seeing everyone at Spaulding! The tardy bell rings at 8:30 am, so plan to arrive in plenty of time. (Doors open to students at 8:00 am.)

Meet the Clermont County "Whiz Kids"

Students Evie Slagle and Amber Wilson are recognized for winning the Clermont County Retired Teachers writing contest. Each year our 4th graders compete in the county writing competition. It's great to see all our kids participate and even nicer when our students get recognized for their writing. We love and appreciate the support of our Clermont County Retired Teachers Association!

See story link for more details....

Track and Field Day

Photo of Spaulding students at Track and Field Day

Spaulding students had a great day at track and field today. Thank you to Ms. Charlene Gibson for all her hard work and planning.

Talent Show

Photo of student in Talent Show

Last week, Spaulding students showed their talents at our annual Talent Show. Everyone did a great job! Thank you to Mrs. Mason for coordinating this event.

Check and Connect Mentors Recognized

Photo of Ms. Schlosser and Mrs. Hayward

Congratulations to Mrs. Leigh Hayward and Ms. Jen Schlosser for being recognized by Clermont County Juvenile Court for serving as mentors in the Check and Connect pilot intervention program for students who show disengagement with school through frequent absences and tardies.
At the Clermont County Juvenile Court event, Ms. Schlosser was recognized as Administrator of the Year for her work with families and students. Congratulations to Ms. Schlosser!

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