Clementon is a Choice School District
For the 2014–2015 school year, Clementon will be a School Choice District. Below is a chart containing the grade levels and the number of seats we have available.
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If you are interested in participating in the School Choice Program at Clementon, please complete the attached forms below by December 2, 2013. Forms are also available in the Main Office of the school. Forms can be mailed or dropped off to the Main Office.
Important Information for Parents
- Timeline Information for Parents
- Notice of Intent to Participate - Due by December 2, 2013
- Student Application - Due by December 2, 2013
At CES there are a several initiatives and programs that are available to all students. In the area of curriculum, CES has adopted the Common Core State Standards and we have aligned our programs to focus on developing student understanding and mastery of skills in all areas. To meet these goals we have implemented a school wide Response to Intervention (RTI) process to identify students who are at-risk of not achieving the Common Core Standards. An after-school tutoring program is also available to these at-risk students. In addition, we have designated a time in the schedule for small group Intervention and Enrichment (I&E) to maximize the amount of differentiated instruction we can provide for all students.
In order to achieve mastery of the standards we have adopted an Independent Reading Leveling Assessment (IRLA), the new Lucy Calkin's Units of Study - Writing Workshop, and offer Algebra to 8th grade students. We also provide standards-aligned assessments that follow the state model curriculum and standards. The computer based program STAR, is used to gather data on the students' understanding of English Language Arts and Math Common Core skills. This data informs teachers to be able to effectively group students for classroom instruction.
Beyond the academic sphere, CES offers a myriad of different extra-curricular opportunities. In addition to the technology, PE, art, Spanish, and music classes, students attend during school hours, we have a choir program, a spring musical, a softball team, a baseball team, a cheerleading squad, a basketball team, and a soccer team.
Congratulations to Mrs. Palermo's class!
Congratulations to Mrs. Palermo's class for being voted the class with the best manners for the month of November! This class has earned the right to display the Manner Banner prominently outside their classroom. Great job, 8C!
Thank you Quality Landscape
Clementon Elementary School would like to thank Quality Landscape for donating their truck for the Clementon Holiday Parade. The staff enjoyed decorating the truck for the parade. Thanks again!
Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying
This Policy 5512 and Regulation 5512 applies to all acts of harassment, intimidation, or bullying, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 18A:37-14 that occur on school property, at school-sponsored functions, or on a school bus and, as appropriate, acts that occur off school grounds.
Adrienne McManis, Assistant Principal
Steven Boianelli, Guidance Counselor
The Clementon School District is dedicated to a meaningful collaboration among parents, students, administrators, teachers, support staff, board of education members, and the community. Our daily mission is to provide every student with a high-quality education driven by the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards and Common Core State Standards. We are committed to providing a secure, nurturing school climate in order to provide for the educational, social, and emotional needs of students and staff.