The CPS Elementary Library will be open to the residents of Carsonville again this summer. Books for kids, teens and adults are available.
CPS students may check books out using their existing school library account.
Adults may use their Sanilac District Library card.
New Sanilac District Library cards may be issued to residents of Carsonville with proof of I.D. and address. Minor children need to have a parent or legal guardian present.
Prevent “The Summer Slide”
Most children who don’t participate in learning activities over the summer forget things or fall behind their peers once the new school year begins. Summer learning loss or “the summer slide” is the phenomenon that occurs when children forget academic material after taking long breaks from school. Research regarding summer learning loss suggests that:
- On average, students lose about two months of grade level equivalency in math and reading.
- Teachers spend the first four to six weeks of the new school year re-teaching material from the previous year.
- Summer learning loss has a greater impact on low-income students, contributing substantially to the achievement gap in reading when compared with higher income peers.
- Summer learning loss is cumulative; over time it can create a gap of two to five years by the time students reach high school.
Summer Meal Program at CPS EL
Monday - Friday: June 18 - August 17
No meal service on July 4, 5 & 6
FREE for Kids
CPS is offering the FREE breakfast and lunch program for kids again this summer at the elementary school.
Breakfast: 8 - 9 a.m. Cost for adults: $1.50
Lunch: 11-30 - 12:30 Cost for adults: $2