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New Student Registration

Registration for new students at any grade level are being completed at the Columbus Public Schools Administration Building, 2508 27th St. Registrations are done by appointment only. To schedule an appointment, please call Tami Altstadt at 402-563-7000 Ext. 12753. Appointments will be scheduled from 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. If you can’t make it on the dates and times listed, please call Tami and she will try to accommodate your schedule. Please allow approximately 30 minutes to fill out all of the paperwork. Raul Gascon will be available for registrations Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m. 3:30 p.m. To set an appointment with Raul, please call 402-563-7000 Ext. 10096.

 

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Veseth winner of School Bell

Frances Veseth doesn’t play an instrument and never participated in band. However, these past few years she spent many hours in the band room and being involved in the program. “My kids are in music, and I don’t have a clue,” she joked. “I’m not a band person. I’m a band mom.” For her involvement in the Band Boosters, Veseth is this year’s School Bell winner. The School Bell award is given to someone in the community for his or her service to the youth of Columbus Public Schools. To find out all she has done for CPS, go to click here.

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2017-18 Calendar

To see the 2017-18 calendar, please click here.

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Text Messaging

To start receiving school messages by text, parents need to text Y or YES or SUBSCRIBE to 67587. In order to opt out of text messages, please type STOP or UNSUBSCRIBE to 67587. Thank you.

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New Lunch program

Click here to learn about our new lunch program.

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Free & Reduced forms

Free and reduce forms are now available electronically. The forms are fillable, but you may need to download them first.

To get to the forms, please click on the link here.

 

 

 

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Kopp receives School Bell Award

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Erv Kopp receives the CPS School Bell award for his volunteer work at CMS. To find out more about Erv, click here.

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Philanthropist of the Year

IMG_6337Roberta Nielsen Saalfeld makes a difference in the lives of CHS students.

Thanks to her generosity, 27 CHS graduates were able pursue their education after high school. Roberta has been a supporter of the Columbus Public Schools Foundation for more than 20 years.

For this generosity, she was named the 2015 Philanthropist of the Year by the Philanthropy Council.

To read more click here.

 

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Inclusive Playground

Dream with us to build an inclusive playground that allows children with special needs to play as independently and freely as possible–a place where they are not defined by their disability but by the joy, laughter and play of childhood. Click here to check out the pamphlet.

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What does STEM mean for you?

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