Deadline for online/in-person transfers set for Jan. 22

We have done our best to accommodate families throughout the year, as students have moved between attending school online or in-person. However, as we approach testing season and the end of the school year, we feel that it will be best for students to have consistency in their learning environment. In order to assure the best quality of education, consistency of instruction and assurance of your child’s progress, we are putting a deadline on movements between online and in-person transfers. If you would like to change your student’s status for the remainder of the school year, please contact the district office at 740-670-7005 by the end of the day, Friday, Jan. 22.
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Lunches offered at no cost through end of 2020-21 school year

School lunches are continuing to be offered at no cost through the rest of the 2020-21 school year, after the Ohio Department of Education received approval to continue the program. Parents do not need to fill out any additional forms for the school lunch program to receive this benefit for the 2020-21 school year.
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Cheer!

Newark Cheerleading Clinic for grades K-6

Newark Cheerleading will be hosting its annual Mini Clinic on January 18. The clinic will run from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Newark High School Aux Gym. Anyone in Kindergarten through 6th grade can participate. The form with more information is available by clicking the following link: Basketball Cheerleading Mini Clinic 2021, and should also be available in your child's school office.
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December 2020 Citizens of the Month

Superintendent David Lewis was able to visit classrooms across the district this month to congratulate our December 2020 Citizens of the Month. Students are honored monthly based on their actions inside and outside of the classroom at school. They are nominated by their teachers. 
Congratulations to all students who were recognized as December 2020 Citizens of the Month.
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November 2020 Citizens of the Month

Superintendent David Lewis was able to visit classrooms across the district before Thanksgiving break to congratulate our November 2020 Citizens of the Month. Students are honored monthly based on their actions inside and outside of the classroom at school. They are nominated by their teachers. Congratulations to all students who were recognized as November 2020 Citizens of the Month:


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School Lunches

Lunch Menus now available

School lunch menus are now available for the 2020-21 school year. Thank you for being patient as our food service department worked to finalize lunch offerings this year. As a reminder, meals are currently offered at no cost for all students grades K-12. Please click the below links to find your child's lunch menu:
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NCS to offer meals at no cost for kids through Dec. 31

Newark City Schools will be offering lunch and breakfast to children ages 2 to 18 at no cost, once per day starting Tuesday, Sept. 8. This is because the USDA passed a ruling to allow us to serve at no cost 1 lunch and 1 breakfast a day Monday through Friday, through December 31. Meals will continue to be served between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. at our buildings while students are learning virtually. Students can pick up 1 lunch and 1 breakfast meal daily between those times. Once we return to in-person classes, meals will be offered at regularly scheduled times for all students at no charge.
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NCS to return to in-person classes week of Sept. 28

When Newark City Schools made the decision to start the 2020-21 school year virtually, the top priority was to keep students and staff safe while providing a quality education. We have been encouraged by the continued decline in COVID-19 cases within our district boundaries during the past month. As a result, NCS currently plans to transition back to in-person learning for all students the week of September 28. Students in Pre-K through grade 2 will start Sept. 28; grades Pre-K through 6, and 9, will attend Sept. 29; and the full district will attend on Sept. 30. Please click here for more information.

We will continue to work with the health department to evaluate data and information during the weeks following Labor Day. The district will notify families of any changes by Mon., Sept. 21.

Students will return to school in phases:

  • Mon., Sept. 28: Pre-K, Kindergarten, grades 1, 2

  • Tues., Sept. 29: Pre-K, Kindergarten, grades 1, 2, 34, 5, 6 and 9

  • Wed., Sept. 30:  All students in-school, grades Pre-K through 12

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School Information

Carson Elementary
Principal Julie Elwell

Upcoming Events

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Jan
21

2-hour Late Arrival Day

Thu Jan 21 2021
Feb
15

No School (Presidents' Day)

Mon Feb 15 2021
Feb
18

2-hour Late Arrival Day

Thu Feb 18 2021
Mar
18

2-hour Late Arrival Day

Thu Mar 18 2021
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