Corydon Elementary

Welcome to Corydon Elementary School

125 Beechmont Dr., NE
Corydon, IN 47112

812-738-4183 812-738-7963Enroll Now Family Access

We will be operating on a 2 hour delay on Monday, January 21st. Car riders may be dropped off beginning at 9:40 a.m. Stay warm!!⛄️❄️⛄️☁️ ... See MoreSee Less

22 hours ago

Corydon Elementary School

All together now, say “AAWWWWWWW”!♥️

This year’s CES service project involves collecting items for the Harrison County Animal Shelter. Please bring or send in items with your student to support this effort. Each student that brings in an item will receive a PAW and get to watch the movie, ‘THE SECRET LIFE OF PETS’.

Donations will be accepted through February 8th, but please feel free to support the Animal Shelter year round. Pay them a visit some afternoon. There’s nothing sweeter than a four-legged fur baby ready to love your face off! 🥰
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4 days ago

Corydon Elementary School

“Hey kids, guess what today is?” It’s the 100th day of school!
The students had an amazing time celebrating the 100th day!
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5 days ago

Corydon Elementary School

Give us your vote!www.janbrett.com/contest_2019/2019_free_school_or_library_visit.htm
As of Sunday, January 20th, there have been 13.134 entries for 2,760 schools and libraries.

Here is the complete list:
www.janbrett.com/contest_2019/2019_free_school_or_library_visit_front_runners..htm

Here are the Front Runners:
1, McGovern School, Medway, MA, 02053, Votes 208
2, Souderton Charter School Collaborative, Souderton, Pa, 18964, Votes 114
3, Hampton Street School, Mineola, New York, 11501, Votes 101

The school or library that has the most parents, teachers, friends, or supporters who enter the contest will win a free school or library visit from Jan in the 2019-2020 school year. Contest ends Monday April 8, 2019. 2nd to 10th prizes of 10 Jan Brett books. 11th to 100th prize of a signed Jan Brett Poster.
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1 week ago

Corydon Elementary School

This school year at CES, we have been studying Social and Emotional Wellness. We have learned about children of trauma and how to better accommodate the needs of these students, so they can focus on learning. We are working to teach our students how to self regulate and better control emotions. Here are a few things that we have implemented this year to help students learn to self regulate.

1. Yoga in the morning
2. Flexible seating
3. We now have 2 recesses.
4. Calming corners
5. A calming room
6. Mentor program
7. Family Support Specialists
8. Partnership with ACP Counseling

Below are some photos of our calming corners. We have to say our discipline referrals have dropped and we are pleased with the progress we are making!
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I think this is awesome ! People who have never dealt with sensory issues or torn family relations may not understand this need. Unfortunately, too many kids have dealt with way more at a young age than any child should ever have to.

Love this

Love these! Such an important piece for all our students.

This is great!

Lots of progress this year! 🌈❤️😄

A calming room, could you elaborate? Are they teaching Mediation in here?

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