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Upcoming Events

Tentative Bell Schedule

We are awaiting District approval of our new Bell Schedule for the 2021-2022 school year. Below are the tentative start and end times for your planning purposes.

Grades 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th will begin at 8 AM.

Grades TK, K, 1st, 2nd and 3rd will begin at 8:15 AM.

Dismissal for all grades 2:20 PM.

Wednesday dismissal for all grades 1:20 PM.

Conference Week October 4th to 8th - dismissal for all grades 12:20 PM. 

When we receive approval, it will posted in the Bell Schedule section.

Thank you!

CSI PTO Howler June 8, 2021

Final Howler of the school year. 

*Huge thank you, over $59K raised this year!

*Deadline to order yearbook is 6/20.

*Amazon Primes days coming 6/21 and 6/22.

CSI Yearbook (Sponsored by our PTO)

CSI’s 2020-2021 Yearbook is available for order NOW!  To purchase your books, please visit https://www.treering.com/validate?PassCode=101539889706856.  Each yearbook includes the option of adding unique, customizable pages. The first 2 custom pages are FREE, but you can add as many as you want.  Thereafter, the charge is $.99 per two pages.  Books can be ordered at any time, but if you place your order with our school’s initial shipment, TreeRing will return a portion of the purchase price to CSI PTO.  And, a tree will be planted for every yearbook sold!  Deadline for orders is Sunday, June 20th and books will ship over summer break.  You can also order books from prior years.  Need some help?  Give TreeRing a call at (877) 755-TREE or check out their Help Center HERE.  

Would you like your students featured in our yearbook?  Even though we are physically apart from our Distance Learning families, we can still share our memories together!   We need your help to make sure that ALL of our CSI community is represented in the yearbook.  Send in any favorite photos of your students taken during the school year or visit csipto.com/yearbook for more ideas (e.g. - First Day of School, Selfies with Flat Wolfey).  You are welcome to include family in your photos, as well. :)  Email or share your photos to us at csipto.yearbook [at] gmail.com or CLICK HERE to use our Google Form.  Please include a description with your student’s name, grade, and teacher for all submissions.  Deadline for photo submissions is Monday, May 31st.  

Did you miss Picture Day?  No problem!  Just send us a photo that you’d like us to use or check out Lifetouch + Shutterfly Picture Day Snaps .  This easy option can be used by families who missed Picture Day, but still want a professional looking portrait included in the yearbook.  Be sure to order the blue background to similarly match the school portraits and send the digital image to csipto.yearbook [at] gmail.com.

Thank you for helping us create a yearbook that brings our kids together and makes us all smile!  Questions?  Please don’t hesitate to contact us at csipto.yearbook [at] gmail.com.

Class Composites for purchase by families

Great news!

Our photo company, Generations School Photography, has created ‘Class Composites’ for our families to purchase since we could not take group photos this year.

 All orders are shipped home (shipping & handling fees apply).

 Below is the link. 

Link: https://vando.imagequix.com/g1000859176

Online Code: CSI2020!

Generations School Photography/

Now & Forever Studios

Bristol Photography Inc.

408.497.8305

Sitting in Discomfort

Transformation is difficult. How do we sit in discomfort and emerge as butterflies?

I was recently listening to a short video about school and the changes that we are all experiencing. One of the questions that was asked was, "What is this moment telling us about the future?"  That was a sticky question that caused me to pause. Here are some thoughts that ran through my head.

  • We must learn to live in ambiguity - For many, this is probably the most difficult challenge. We like to see ahead and unfortunately, everything that seemed stable now seems to be shifting. Even the things that have been unchangeable for generations, such as school, have become something new. So while difficult, it can also be freeing. We are no longer stuck in habits or routines that might not have been serving us well. Ambiguity allows possiblity. What can we create? What might our road look like? We get to influence the design of how we move forward. 
  • Transformation is uncomfortable - When I think of transformation, I think of butterflies. I'm guessing that when a caterpillar sews itself up into a cocoon, the changes that occur are probably a little uncomfortable, maybe even painful. So the challenge here is to learn how to sit in discomfort until transformation happens. I feel that there are many areas of transformation currently happening in our world at the moment. It's not a small puddle of discomfort but an entire lake. So now is a perfect time to practice mindfulness. How might we be kind to those around us? How might we improve our listening skills? How might we be kind to ourselves and allow our empathy and humility to take lead? Transformation requires support, that cocoon is a hard shell for a reason, however it is still soft enough to break open when required. Remember this time as it is our story of "during." These are the moments that will define what we transform into.
  • We have some decisions to make about what we carry forward - Another education leader, Will Richardson, has called this time a "portal," and he poses the question,  "What do we want to take through the portal to the other side?" I love this question! As we look at school, this is a defining moment. Our educational institutions are so entrenched in their habits and mindsets that it takes a large event to cause disruption. Guess what just happened!  Now is our time to be very intentional in what we bring to the other side. It is our moment of transformation. What stories will we tell and celebrate of our time of "during?" 

So while we sit in discomfort, let's be mindful of who we want to be when we emerge. Yes, the road is not clear and timelines are fuzzy, but when the skies clear and we see the next stop on the road, I hope we are butterflies.