Hands-On Learning Teaches 1st Graders Nanoscience
First graders are learning about nanoscience this year at no cost thanks to an opportunity initiated by the late Superintendent Bob Horan. Read more.
5th Graders Inspired by 7th Degree Black Belt
A karate teacher who earned a 7th degree black belt with only one leg inspired 5th graders on Feb. 8. "If I can do it, you can do it. It's just a matter of trying," said William Carpenter. Read more.
Spirit Week a Hit at CES
Castleton Elementary School students showed their school spirit the week of Jan. 23, dressing up as their heroes, wearing pajamas, and having crazy hair for the day.
Students Published in Skribblers Magazine
Congratulations to our latest published authors at CES who had their work included in Skribblers, a magazine that features student stories and artwork! Thank you to the PTO for buying copies of the children's publication for our students. See their work here.
Students in All Grades Learn About Computer Programming
Students learned about computer programming the week of Dec. 5 as part of Hour of Code, a global movement that encourages students to spend an hour learning about computer science. Read more.