We are encouraging all of our rising 2nd through 5th graders to participate in the Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge. Click above for more details.
The school libraries will be open on the following Tuesdays, at the indicated times, during the summer break. Primary Library 9:30-10:25 AM, Elementary Library 10:30-11:30 AM. June 6,13,20,27. July 11, 18, 25. Aug 1. This is not a drop off program. The libraries are only open for book check out. Hope to see you this summer.
The Hornet's Book Bus Came to CCE to help kick off our Summer Reading Program.
Reading is FUNdamental at CCE! Our school continues to celebrate a love for great literature with a visit from Author and Storyteller, Carmen Deedy!
Click above to see the times and locations of Clover School District's "Books on Wheels".
Fourth Grader Dylan Fulghrum helped raise awareness of the disease Hunter Syndrome and described how this disease affects her cousin Jaxson. She made a presentation on our morning news show and asked the students to wear purple to show support. Great job Dylan!
Thank you for supporting our pop tabs program! 24 pounds of pop tabs were donated to the Ronald McDonald House in Charlotte! These pop tabs will help many families when they need it the most. Please continue to save your pop tabs at home; however, please do not drop them off at school until the fall. Thank you again for your support!
CCE shows appreciation at the annual Parent Volunteer Breakfast.
Students get to choose a tea party or a superhero party as a reward for their reading achievement.
Kwame Alexander, author of the Newbery Medal winning book, "The Crossover", visits Clover School District
Crowders Creek collected a total of 51 coats! These coats will be donated to the Eagle’s Closet. The Eagle’s Closet is a thrift store run by Clover High School students with special needs. Thank you for making this coat drive so successful!
CCE's third grade students had a fun learning experience in our state capital. A special highlight was meeting Governor Henry McMaster.
Memory Masters, Flaming Ice Readers 2.0, and Ultimate Lightening proudly represented CCE at the Clover School District Battle of the Books.
The CCE Fourth Graders did an outstanding job educating the entire school about inspiring African Americans.
As part of National Dental Health month, Mrs. Rene Pitts, dental educator from Dr. Stephanie Jackson's office in Rock Hill spoke to our kindergarteners and second graders about dental health.
It’s time to order your student’s yearbook! Order now to guarantee that your student will have a memory to last a lifetime. Online ordering is available at www.jostensyearbooks.com, just search “Crowders Creek”. Don’t miss out!
Click Above for Registration and Montessori Program Info.
A huge CCE thanks to our PTA, parents, students, CHS Interact Club Volunteers, and other attendees for making our 1st Annual Family Fun Dance a smashing success! Our theme this year was “Family is Love” and these pictures show how much we love our CCE family!
York County Environmental Outreach Program visited our school to do a demonstration lesson on changes in landforms and watersheds.
Science, technology, engineering, and math are the four subjects that may be most important for our kids to be learning now. STEM education is finally getting the attention it deserves and students in the Clover School District are so fortunate to experience and participate in activities specially designed to connect with their curriculum. We need more scientists and innovators and STEM education holds the key. Building rockets, robots, and other cool contraptions helps kids become creative thinkers and problem solvers and may help them and our world in the future.
Congratulations to Alexander Swyt, Christopher Hansen, & Baleyah Wieseler for making a PERFECT score on their 2016 SC PASS or SC READY state assessment. What a great example of students SOARing by being onboard with learning!
Kudos to our 3rd grade students for SOARing to the mannequin challenge by “seeking smart solutions, being onboard with learning, acting responsibly, and respecting others!
We would like to extend a huge thank you to our PTA and to all of the parents that donated for our Staff Cookie Exchange, as well as for the Crossing Guard Collections. CCE is fortunate to have such a caring community. Happy Holidays!
The boys did an outstanding job in their 5K race. Special congratulations go to Devin Julian for receiving an age group award and to Coaches Hester and Tully for guiding the boys.
Students learn about the FBI, Jaws of Life, Dentistry, Forestry, Dance, Law, 3D Printing and More. Click above for more photos.
Mrs. Summer Wilson, from Lake Wylie Pediatric Dentistry, came and spoke to our first and third graders about dental health. She showed them how much sugar was in common drinks, discussed the proper way to brush and floss, and why you need to see the dentist regularly. She answered a lot of questions from the students, and she gave each student a tooth brush to take home. Dr. Ryan Colosi’s practice is currently seeing patients and they hope to be in their new building in Lake Wylie in January.
Students who met their summer reading goal were rewarded with some refreshments and fresh air at the outdoor classroom.
In April, the state of South Carolina adopted a uniform 10-point grading scale set to take affect this school year.
Click here to find out about the special CCE MinecraftEDU edition and other exciting opportunities!
Click Above for the Spirit Rock Reservation Form
Click above for more information and to order your spirit wear.