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Congratulations to our 5th Graders!
While we are sad to see this class move on to middle school, we are excited for them to continue to grow!
Kerri Campbell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Marc Emerick (Marc.Emerick@colonial.k12.de.us)
Grade Levels: K-5
New Castle, DE 19720
- Bus Drop Off: 8:45 am
- School Office Open: 8:00 am- 4:30 PM
- Student Hours: 8:55 am-3:35 pm
- Bus Departure: 3:50 PM
|Kerri Campbell||Principal||Main Office||306||Kerri.Campbell@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Marc Emerick||Asst. Principal||Main Office||307||Marc Emerick@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Lou Ann Polite||Secretary||Main Office||300||Lou Ann Polite@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Kerri Hunter||Secretary||Main Office||519||Kerri Hunter@colonial.k12.de.us|
|W. Palsgrove / S. Johnson TAM/Caldwell||Kindergarten||M14||514||W. Palsgrove@colonial.k12.de.us / S. Johnson TAM/Caldwell|
|Amber Taylor SAM / Parisi||Kindergarten||M20||520||Amber.Taylor @colonial.k12.de.us|
|Amy Filliben / Dominique Butts||Kindergarten||M22||522||Amy.Filliben@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Laura McCarter SAM||First Grade||A3||173||Laura.McCarter@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Alison Gibbons||First Grade||A4||174||Alison.Gibbons@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Lisa McLaughlin SAM / Groce||First Grade||B3||203||Lisa.McLaughlin@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Shayla McGhee SAM / Destiny Dennis||First Grade||C3||313||Shayla.McGhee@colonial.k12.de.us Destiny.Dennis@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Lil Blevin SAM / Brianna Henry-Moore||First Grade||C4||314||Lil.Blevin@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Tracy Konkle||Second Grade||A5||175||Tracy.Konkle@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Kathryn Neuman SAM / Olivera||Second Grade||A6||176||Kathryn.Neuman@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Megan Cunningham SAM / Hutton||Second Grade||B4||204||Megan.Cunningham@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Donnajean Claar||Second Grade||C5||315||Donnajean.Claar@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Jordan Dean SAM||Second Grade||C6||316||Jordan.Dean@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Lauren Harris SAM / Quinones||Third Grade||A7||177||Lauren.Harris@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Alyssa Clark||Third Grade||A8||178||Alyssa.Clark@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Erik Hollstein SAM / Charles||Third Grade||B5||205||Erik.Hollstein@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Donnie Bowman SAM / Ngozi||Third Grade||C7||317||Donnie Bowman@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Chelsea Amin-Johnson SAM||Fourth Grade||D1||401||Chelsea.Amin-Johnson @colonial.k12.de.us|
|Lozetta Hayden TAM / Mincey||Fourth Grade||D2||402||Lozetta.Hayden@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Carly Clanet SAM||Fourth Grade||D3||403||Carly Clanet@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Khalilah Williams SAM||Fourth Grade||D4||404||Khalilah.Williams@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Mark Belair||Fifth Grade||D5||405||Mark Belair@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Michelle Richards SAM||Fifth Grade||D6||406||Michelle.Richards@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Drew Webster SAM / Villadolid||Fifth Grade||D7||407||Drew Webster@colonial.k12.de.us|
|VACANCY SAM / Bernard||D8||408||VACANCY SAM / Bernard|
|Kim Barbato / Brown||4/5 Intensive Support||B7||207||Kim Barbato@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Gary Schaffer,||Chief Custodian||M13||513||Gary Schaffer@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Deb & Angela,||Night Staff||M13||513|
|Ms. Rembert||Behavior Interventionist|
|Shaq Burris||Communities in Schools|
|Family Crisis Therapist||Yameli Coffigny||302-236-6103|
|Geon "Connie" Yun||Nurse||Nurse's Office||302||Geon "Connie" Yun@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Tara Kulak - Mon., Thurs., Fri.||Occupational Therapist||B6||206||Tara.Kulak@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Christine Palmer-Casey||Physical Therapist||B6||206||Christine.Palmer-Casey@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Jenn Dunkelberger||School Counselor||B Office||511||Jennifer.Dunkelberger@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Teri Dunham||School Psychologist||B Office||509||Teri.Dunham@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Brooke Bickling||Spec Ed Coordinator||B Office||509||Brooke.Bickling@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Lindy Sagett||Speech||B61/2||379||Lindy.Sagett @colonial.k12.de.us|
|Jessica Pierre-Lewis, M 8-4:30; F 8-12||Wellness Center||A2||172||Jessica.Pierre-Lewis@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Jennifer Houston, Tues 8AM-4:30PM||Wellness Center||A2||172||Jennifer.Houston@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Carrie Hughes||Literacy Coach||C2||312||Carrie.Hughes@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Katie Rana||Math Coach||C2||312||Katie.Rana@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Antoinette Bradley||Math Support: Interventionist||C2||312||Antoinette.Bradley@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Liz Towson||Reading Support: Specialist||B2||202||Liz.Towson@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Jenifer Bufano||Reading Support: Specialist||B2||202||Jenifer.Bufano@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Julia van der Veur||Reading Assist Tutors||D10||410||Julia van der Veur@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Steven Morris||Music||D9||409||Steven.Morris @colonial.k12.de.us|
|Kerry Schussler||Band||Stage||510||Kerry.Schussler @colonial.k12.de.us|
|Kristen Grabowski||Physical Education||Gym||526||Kristen.Grabowski@colonial.k12.de.us|
|Ty Tedrick||Physical Education||Gym||526||Ty.Tedrick@colonial.k12.de.us|
- Our Vision, Mission, and Core Beliefs
- Field Trip Guidelines
- School Wide PBS
- Student Resources
Our Vision, Mission, and Core Beliefs
“Our vision is to empower every student to become college and career ready by achieving his or her academic potential in a safe, positive, and nurturing school environment.”
“Our mission is to create a learning environment in which students are empowered to exercise their full academic ability. We will foster a collaborative atmosphere utilizing research-based techniques and practices so that students will reach their potential as independent, contributing members in a global society.”
“Every child can and will learn.”
“They’re all our students. We must work together to figure it out.”
“Do what is best for kids. Try to make a difference every day.”
“It is important to build positive relationships – with staff, students, parents, principals, community.”
“Have goals and expectations, and try to rise to the challenge to meet them.”
Common Core (CCSS)
Words Their Way
Common Core (CCSS)
Next Gen Science Standards
1. Please arrive at the school at least 15 minutes prior to the departure time.
2. Only Castle Hills students scheduled to participate in the trip may attend.
3. Students are to be properly supervised at all times. Students are never to be left on their own.
4. Because of the need for close supervision of participating students, no other children will be permitted to accompany chaperones on any field trips.
5. Smoking and alcoholic beverages are prohibited at all times.
6. Each time you board a bus or leave a building, you should take a count of your group.
7. Do not alter the trip routine, which has been designated by the sponsoring teacher.
8. Do not send students to run errands or deliver messages. If needed, please accompany them.
9. Please be sure students use quiet voices and walk at all times. 10. Chaperones should turn all cell phones to vibrate or off to minimize disruptions to the presenters.
11. If lunch is eaten on the trip, students are responsible to clean up their area.
12. Accompany your children to the restrooms at appropriate times.
13. No gum chewing or candy is permitted on the trip.
14. If a child does not adhere to the Castle Hills rules or is disrespectful or uncooperative, notify a teacher immediately.
15. If a there is a medical concern during the trip, notify a teacher immediately.
16. If applicable, chaperones must supervise students to the souvenir or snack shop at specified times.
Thank you very much for volunteering to chaperone! Your assistance makes this trip possible!
Please clip and send in the box tops that you find on all kinds of products in your home. The box tops will earn money for our school. Help us reach our goal of $1,000.
Check out the Box Top “Thermometer” in the school lobby to see our progress. More information can be found at the Boxtops for Education website .You can even shop online to earn box tops by clicking on Marketplace.
P.B.S., or Positive Behavior System, is a schoolwide behavior management system that establishes clear and consistent rules and procedures throughout Castle Hills Elementary School. Students follow five basic “Royal Rules” which are:
Make Smart Choices
The goal is to help children become self-disciplined, responsible, and to be able to make good choices. Together, the home and school are responsible for helping our students become good citizens.
The H.U.G.s program is a part of the school-wide Positive Behavior System and was created as a means to respond positively to students and encourage appropriate behavior. H.U.G.s, which stands for “Hello”, “Update”, and “Goodbye” is a check-in/check-out program for students who may require extra support. Through the program, students are paired with staff members (“mentors”), who help teach students appropriate behaviors and provide reinforcement and positive attention. There is daily communication (through the use of a point card or tracking sheet) between students, teachers, and parents regarding behavior concerns and successes.
Tumblebooks online library of animated books is available to Castle Hills
students. Log in with the username castlehIlls and the password books to
begin your reading adventure.
Reading curriculum activities and ebooks are available at this site.
Check with your teacher for log-in information.
You can access this site using your full name @ ches (janedoe@ches or
janedoe-smith@ches). The password is your lunch number.
Math curriculum games and tutorials are available at this site.
See your classroom teacher for log-in information.