ANNOUNCEMENTS

On Monday, December 16, dismissal is at 11:15 am.

If your child is going to be absent, you can email the school at CESattendance@mtplcsd.org or call the Nurse's Office, 769-8537.

If your child needs a bus pass, you can email the school at CESBusnotes@mtplcsd.org or you can continue to send a written note to your child's teacher.

Attention Parents and  Guardians. The Parent Conferences that were scheduled for Tuesday, December 3 have been rescheduled to Monday, December 16. Students will be dismissed at 11:15 am. on that day. Please contact your child's teacher to schedule a conference. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

The 2019-20 School Calendar.

Columbus Elementary School's Student Council is sponsoring a Holiday Toy Drive to benefit the Westchester County Department of Community Mental Health. All toys will be distributed in Westchester County. Donations will be accepted until Tuesday, December 17.

By wearing a particular color one Friday each month, students and staff will be participating in the Colored in Character Initiative. They are taking a stand to recognize the importance of showing good character at all times. On Friday, January 10, all students and staff should wear purple for self control, celebrating our ability to manage our emotions and make good choices when frustrated.

Sign up for the PTA Mailing List. The PTA uses email to communicate with parents and guardians throughout the school year.

View the Elementary PTA Website 

E Chalk Calendars are able to be downloaded to iCal.  

EVENTS

  • Board of Education Meeting

    HS Auditorium

    2019-20 Combined Calendar
  • Day 1D

    HES / CES Number Days
  • Day 2E

    HES / CES Number Days
  • CES Parent Conference 11:15 Dismissal

    2019-20 CES Group Calendar
  • Day3F

    HES / CES Number Days
  • Day 4A

    HES / CES Number Days
  • CES Parent Conference 11:15 Dismissal

    2019-20 CES Group Calendar
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MR. CUNZIO-PRINCIPAL

Columbus Elementary School values the unique abilities and talents of each child.  We are committed to building self-esteem, enhancing creativity and individuality, and developing healthy lifestyles. In cooperation with parents and community, the staff establishes high expectations for all students as the standard and provides a safe, nurturing environment where our students have the opportunity to become productive, knowledgeable, and responsible citizens.