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  • Welcome to Cottonwood Elementary School!

    MISSION STATEMENT

    The mission of Cottonwood Elementary School is to ensure that all members of our learning community are accepted, appreciated, nurtured, and challenged according to their individual needs in order to maximum potential and to provide a solid foundation of skills, knowledge and values.
  • Welcome to Cottonwood Elementary School!
    VISION STATEMENT

    Cottonwood Strives to inspire individuals into becoming contributing members of a global society who are effective communicators, collaborators, and creative, critical thinkers.




  • Welcome to Cottonwood Elementary School!
    PURPOSE

    Cottonwood Elementary School is committed to teaching and encouraging all members of our learning community to become lifelong learners, as well as to promote academic success and maximize personal growth.

    T - teaching
    E - encouraging lifelong learners
    A - achieving academic success
    M - maximizing personal growth
  • Welcome to Cottonwood Elementary School!
    CORE VALUES

    Cottonwood establishes the Core Values for every member of the learning community deserves:
    * to be believed in!
    * to be encouraged to realize their potential!
    * to be challenged to be the best they can be!
    * to have a positive influence in their lives!
    * to be known by their name and face, not just statistics!
Our PTA invites CES students and their families to join us this Saturday, December 7th from 9 to 11:30am for Breakfast with Santa. Take Selfies with Santa, listen to Christmas Stories and shop with local vendors. Free to CES Students.
  • CES Garden Project
    CES Garden Project
    Ryan Anderson, a local Boy Scout Troop 103, who is working to become an Eagle Scout partnered with CES to expand and improve our school garden for his Eagle Project. Monday the Scouts worked together and built two additional garden beds and installed a drip system throughout. With the new expansion we now have one garden bed per grade level, and the drip line will make it much easier to maintain!
  • CES Garden Project
    CES Garden Project
    CES GARDEN PROJECT
    Ryan Anderson, a local Boy Scout Troop 103, who is working to become an Eagle Scout partnered with CES to expand and improve our school garden for his Eagle Project. Monday the Scouts worked together and built two additional garden beds and installed a drip system throughout. With the new expansion we now have one garden bed per grade level, and the drip line will make it much easier to maintain!
  • CES Garden Project
    CES Garden Project
    Ryan Anderson, a local Boy Scout Troop 103, who is working to become an Eagle Scout partnered with CES to expand and improve our school garden for his Eagle Project. Monday the Scouts worked together and built two additional garden beds and installed a drip system throughout. With the new expansion we now have one garden bed per grade level, and the drip line will make it much easier to maintain!
  • CES Garden Project
    CES Garden Project
    Ryan Anderson, a local Boy Scout Troop 103, who is working to become an Eagle Scout partnered with CES to expand and improve our school garden for his Eagle Project. Monday the Scouts worked together and built two additional garden beds and installed a drip system throughout. With the new expansion we now have one garden bed per grade level, and the drip line will make it much easier to maintain!
Meet Ms. Anderson
Meet Ms. Anderson
Mrs. Anderson has worked with Lyon County School District for the last 6 years. She is our Librarian, and helps kids find and check out books during their weekly visits to the library.
Thank you Mrs.Anderson for all you do for our school!