CSCS FAMILY RESOURCES

 

Resources and information for current families of The Cottonwood School of Civics and Science.

Upcoming Events

Saturday, November 9, 2019
School Board Retreat, 9am – 4pm, The Emery Apartments

 

 

Monday, November 11, 2019
Veterans Day – Holiday – School closed

 

 

Monday, November 25 – Friday, November 29, 2019
Thanksgiving – Holiday – School closed

 

 

Monday, December 23 – Monday, January 6, 2020
Winter Break for Students

 

 

Monday, January 6, 2020
Teacher Planning Day – No school for students

 

 

April 18, 2020

SAVE THE DATE!!

CSCS’s Annual Dinner and Auction
Oaks Park Dance Pavilion
More details coming soon…

Announcements

SAVE THE DATE!!

CSCS’s Annual Dinner and Auction
April 18, 2020 at 5-9pm at Oaks Park Dance Pavilion
More details coming soon…

KATU News Visited CSCS for Climate Change Discussion with Lincoln High School Students

KOIN News Visited CSCS for Climate Change Discussion with Lincoln High School Students

Masquerade Save Date

Friends of Cottonwood (PTO)

Friends of Cottonwood is the parent-teacher organization, with a mission of supporting volunteer and fundraising efforts on behalf of the school.

 

Facebook Updates

If you like to connect with the school and other parents via Facebook, here is your chance.

 

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Class Info Pages

Each classroom has individual pages dedicated to sharing information regarding that class about field work, class updates, student pictures, volunteer opportunities and more.

 

Fieldwork Updates

Want to see what your kids are up to in the field? Check out the fieldwork updates with images by CSCS Fieldwork Coordinator and Place-Based Education Specialist, Sarah K. Anderson.

 

Calendar

View the static PDF of the school calendar to find out what days school is in session and what days there are no school for the current school year.

 

 

Volunteering

Each family is expected to volunteer 24 hours (per student) throughout the school year and there are plenty of opportunities for anyone willing to give the time. Examples include (but are not limited to):

 

Benefits of Volunteering 🙂

 

  • You are setting a good example for your child
  • When parents get involved, children do better
  • You are helping your community
  • Meet other parents

CSCS In the News

CSCS gets covered in the news often, so if you would like to keep up the latest, you will find the articles listed on the ‘In the News’ page.

Learn More About Place-Based Education

 

The overarching philosophy of The Cottonwood School of Civics and Science is to create a community of learners that are deeply involved in developing a sense of place.

 

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Supply & Fieldwork Fees

Family Handbook

Documents

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