Collins Lane Elementary Mission Statement-

Activating a student-driven environment
Building thinkers in the classroom community
Leading students to unfold their potential with high expectations
Encouraging resilience and growth at all levels

What's Happening at CLE?
Archery Earns First Place

CLE archery participated in the Capital City Shoot Out at Western Hill High School over the weekend. The team finished first in the elementary division. Katie Thurman equaled her personal best, and team record score of 274 to include finishing first in the elementary girls. Makayla Murphy finished with a fifth place medal. Austin Keith, shot a new personal best score of 270 and brought home a first place finish in the elementary boys. Jacob Fields, also collected a third place medal. The team is going to receive a week off from practice before we pick up again and set our sights on finishing the year strong with tournaments at Woodford County High school, the Best of the Bluegrass invitational tournament for the top 100 archers in the state, Anderson County High tournament and then the National Tournament May 7-9 (date and flight time yet to be established.

Congratulations and Go Cougars!

Collins Lane Wins District Title

Collins Lane Elementary won the 2015 District 71, Governor’s Cup Competition this past weekend, held at Elkhorn Elementary. Collins Lane scored a team total of 61 points. Both the Quick Recall and Future Problem Solving teams brought home 1st Place. The following students placed on Individual Assessments:

Mathematics- Anish Penmecha-1st Place, Chinmay Tope-2nd Place, Mahitha Ramisetti-3rd Place.

Science- Chinmay Tope-1st Place, Daniel Ward-2nd Place, Hithan Garla-4th Place.

Written Composition- Ella Davis-2nd Place.

Social Studies: Evan Bennett-3rd Place, Anish Penmecha-4th Place.

Language Arts- Chance Terrell-1st Place, Ally Arnett, 5th Place.

Arts & Humanities- Zara VanHoose-2nd Place, Ava Goins-3rd Place.

The CLE Academic Team is coached by teachers: Jennifer Bingham, Cassandra Harover, Wendy Ridenour, Jared Scott, and Nicki Staber. Way to go COUGARS!!!

Lady Cougars Complete Perfect Season

The 2014-2015 Collins Lane Elementary Girls Basketball Team recently completed an extremely successful season with a League Championship Win and a perfect overall season! Not only were these ladies perfect on the court, but every player was recognized for Honor Roll or President’s List by Principal Perkins for outstanding performance in the classroom just weeks ago. The Lady Cougars represented Collins Lane Elementary with class, hard work, and upstanding sportsmanship. Thank you to the CLE administration, staff, coaches, friends, and families for all your support and dedication to the program as well. Congratulations to these ladies on an outstanding year! Team Members include: Maddie Muller, Amelia Wells, Kinsley Redmon, Nevaeh Henderson, Brooke Dillon, Mahati Turlapati, Kiana Mitchell, Gabrielle Shelton, Mahitha Ramisetti, Kylie Johnson, Hunter Kinnnaman. The Lady Cougars were coached by Mollie Wade and Sabrina Sandoval, manager Rylie Caldwell.

Boys Basketball Wins Championship
The Collins Lane Elementary Boys Basketball team won the Capitol City Classic this weekend at Bondurant Middle School.  Five teams competed for the title: Bourbon County, Clark County, The Cobras, Westridge Elementary and CLE.  Collins Lane played the Cobras for the championship.  Front Row: Evan Bennett, Alex Jackson, Chase Crume, Xavion Reed, Jaylon Reed. Back Row: Tyler Valentine, Jacob Williams, Hithan Garla, Cameron McDonald and Xavier Cleveland.  Absent from the photograph are Lucas Nance and Anish Penmecha.  The Cougars are coached by Darryl Aldridge and Deron McDonald.  
Archery Stays Hot in Anderson County

CLE Archery sizzled in the snow by scoring a new CLE archery team record with a team score of 2974 and finished second place, out of 8 elementary schools, at the Anderson County Middle School tournament on January 24, 2015.

Also, a new first, Gabrielle Combs, who did not let the snow chill her bow, finished first place in the elementary division with a new personal best score of 260, while Olivia Barker, iced a new personal best score of 255 and finished third in the same division. Overall, 12 of your CLE archer shot their personal best scores.

We have shared with the archers that good things happen when your work hard. Not only in archery, but in school, at home and in life. They have been putting forth a great deal of effort in practice and their efforts are being revealed in tournaments.

The next two weeks are going to set CLE archery up for the State Tournament, with the pre-regional tournament and the regional tournament in Nicholasville, KY.

Garla Wins Spelling Bee
5th Grader, Hithan Garla, won our school-wide Spelling Bee earlier in January. Hithan advanced to the Franklin County Public School's, Kentucky Derby Festival District Spelling Bee on January 21st and placed 2nd among eight other FCPS students. There were representatives from each elementary and middle schools in the district. Congratulations Hithan... you made us proud!!! 
SBDM Policy Changes
Please take a look at the letter from Mrs. Perkins, regarding two new SBDM policies and one policy's amendment. 

Policy Change Letter
Personally Owned Device Policy
Dress Code Policy
Food Allergen Risk Policy
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The model of resilient thinkers empowering their own tomorrow

Jennifer Perkins
Adam Nance
Assistant Principal
Holli Blevins
Mollie Wade
Kim Crombie
Pam Tate
Family Resource Center Director
Martha Blackburn
Assistant Family Resource Center Director 
Spring Break
Mon Apr 6 2015
to Fri Apr 10 2015
CLE SBDM Meeting
Mon Apr 20 2015
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