Cowpens Elementary

Announcements for CES Students and Families

Class of 2020 Slideshow

For our 2020 Graduating CES Cougars, I Wish You More.

Summer Reading Days

Read More This Summer
To promote the enjoyment of reading, students are encouraged to participate in The CES Summer Reading Days.   Students are encouraged to read every day.  Read in bed, under a tree, in a hammock, or with a friend.  Wherever you choose, read for the enjoyment of reading!  Students in Kindergarten through fifth grade are encouraged to read 25 minutes for 25 days this summer.  Students meeting this challenge will receive a free book when we return to school in the fall.   Keep track of your summer reading on the attached sheet.  When we return to school, bring the attached form to your new homeroom teacher for a free book.  This information is being mailed with your report card.
Other summer reading programs to participate in this summer:
1.      Spartanburg County Library and Cowpens Public Library Summer Reading Program

2.      Barnes & Noble 

3.      Sylvan Learning’s Book Adventure
4.      Chuck E. Cheese’s
5.      Scholastic Read-a-Palooza Summer Reading Challenge 
6.       Pizza Hut Book-it
7.       TD Bank

Virtual Field Day

Field Day
 Here are some great activities you can do at home for Virtual Field Day. Snap some pictures of you having a great time and send them in!

CES Teacher of the Year

Congratulations to Marisa Lee who is our Teacher of the Year for 2020-2021! After receiving her degree in Elementary Education from USC, she started her career in District 3 at Cannons Elementary as an assistant.  The following year, Mrs. Lee was hired to teach at CES where she has been for the last 16 years.  We are extremely proud that she is a product of District 3 and has continued to make her home in District 3 with her husband, Mike, and  their three children; Michaela, Christian and Noah. She is currently pursuing her M.ED in Literacy and will graduate in December of 2020.  Mrs. Lee stated, “Reading with my students and working with them in small groups is the highlight of my day.”

Humane Society Drive

Dog Ms. Moore delivered the Humane Society contributions we had collected so far when school closed. Even though we were only halfway through our collection drive when school closed, we collected almost as much as we did last year. It is good to know our school has a heart for animals during this time!

Cowpens News

Report Card Rating

Cowpens Elementary School
Excellent SC Report Card Overall Rating 2018
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Nations Healthiest Schools 


alliance for healthier generation The Alliance for a Healthier Generation has announced that Cowpens Elementary School has been named to Healthier Generations annual list of America's #HealthiestSchools by achieving the 2018 National Healthy Schools Bronze Award.