CEC-South Starting Thursday, May 5, 2022 if a student arrives to school after 8:00am and the door is closed you will need to park on the side of the building and walk your student to the door.
CEC-South students do not have school tomorrow Friday, February 15, 2022. I hope everyone enjoys the weekend.
April is National Autism Awareness Month! Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a broad term used to describe a group of neurodevelopmental conditions typically characterized by differences in communication and social interaction. It is the fastest-growing developmental disorder in the United States. According to the CDC, 1 in 44 children have an ASD diagnosis.
CLERMONT SCHOOL SPOTLIGHT Quality Communities Helping Kids Help Others Kudos to Goshen High School's carpentry program for its partnership with Sleep in Heavenly Peace to build beds for children in the community. Check out this link: https://bit.ly/3rhhGek
Literacy skills are vital for future success. Mrs. Nester teaches reading by modifying individual work so that all students can access the curriculum and learn at their own pace in their own way.
Flexibility is important as an intervention specialist. Mrs. Nester taught art this week while including skills from OT and speech in the lesson.
Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Tudor took their classes shopping for groceries and then the students cooked a Thanksgiving feast. Look at the delicious meal they prepared! Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
Mrs. Tackett's students explore "Jack" the pumpkin as part of a year long unit about plants and seeds. They will observe, keep data, and record weekly changes to their pumpkins in special scientific journals.
Mr.Tilbury's students operate their own coffee cart to learn social skills, math, ELA, and many other academic and pre-employment skills.
Mrs. Nester's class learned about making ice cream and then integrated math, science, social skills and ELA to make their own.
CEC-South students wrote letters to firefighters in honor of 9-11-2001.
The CCESC staff meets for our annual Opening Day. We're excited to see students and start the school year.
CEC-South students worked at Brewhaus making dog biscuits.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. One way to check in on yourself is to take a mental health screen at mhascreening.org. It’s a quick, free, and private way for someone to assess their mental health and recognize signs of mental health problems.
CEC-Students in the STAR program are working at the Clermont County Fair Grounds.
The Easter Bunny greeted the staff and students at CEC-South. We hope everyone has a great Spring Break.
CEC-South student making DNA Double Helix.
The CEC-North staff donated more than 60 toys to Child Focus. We hope this will bring joy to some children who are in need.
The students at CEC-SOUTH have been creating art work for the holidays.
Mrs. Rudd’s science classes made 3D plant cells.