Capon Bridge Elementary

CBES

Capon Bridge Elementary School (CBES), a school-wide Title I school in eastern Hampshire County, serving students in grades Pre-k through 5th grade.

Capon Bridge Elementary School - Home of the HawksMascot - Hawk
Colors - Purple and Gold
Mission - Helping every student achieve their highest potential with support from home, school and community.

School Picture Information

CBES Web Banner Horizontal - EVTMPFGBCCheck out the following information about Picture Day at CBES to help you be prepared on Oct. 14:

School Business Partners

Information for Parents & Students

  • Hampshire County Overdrive Digital Library - Log in to checkout eBooks and Audiobooks for your iPod or other electronic device.
  • Title I Parents' Corner
  • On Friday 1/29/21 we will do the reading iReady assessment for virtual students.  We will do the math iReady for virtual students on 2/5/21.  
  • The schedule will be as follows for both days:

    Grades 1,2 and 3 - Arrival will be from 8:00-8:30, students will report to the cafeteria.  
    Grades 4 and 5 - Arrival will be from 12:00-12:30, students will report to the cafeteria.
    The test should take a little less than an hour to complete.  When a student is finished, they will be dismissed to their parent who'll be waiting for them in the parking lot.

Counselor's Corner

Counselor -  Emilie Embrey

Nurse's Corner

School Nurse - Elizabeth Whitacre, RN

  • School Health Page - information regarding the administration of medication and medical authorization forms

Resources

CBES 2021-22 Wellness Plan

  1. It's 4-H Kick Off Month

    Kids aged 9 - 21 can join 4-H with a parent or guardian’s permission. Kids, aged 5 –7, who are interested 4-H can start in the Cloverbud program, which focuses more on fun but sets the stage for future learning. 4-H is a world leader in developing youths. Read on...
  2. Order your 2021-2022 HHS yearbook

  3. Pre-K & K Registration Dates Set for - 2022-23

    Parents may register children who are 4 by July 1, 2022 for Pre-K classes next year. Children who are 5 by July 1, 2022 and NOT currently in Pre-K now, may also register. Five year old children are required to enter Kindergarten before going to 1st grade. Read on...
  4. Superintendent Pancione's Message About Masks Being Required Due to Rising Covid Cases

    All students & staff members are required to wear masks indoors and on buses beginning Wed, Sept. 8. This is in effect as long as the county is red or orange on the WVDHHR map. This may help lessen the need to be quarantined due to exposure to Covid. A letter from Mr. Pancione
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