Thursday, October 22, 2020


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C-EB Upper Elementary Staff Send Positive Messages

C-EB UE teachers and staff are excited for the 2020-2021 school year. Know that we place your health and safety at the forefront of all we do and are saddened to not have you in class. However, we are thrilled to see you online! No matter what the world brings us, we will persevere. Together, we are C-EB Braves! We would like to share a few words of encouragement, support, and love with our students, families, and community.

• Jean Neigel – “Difficult roads lead to beautiful destinations.”

• Rochelle Schuler – “Choosing kindness is just as easy as smiling.”

• Marsha Vrooman “My body is healthy; my mind is brilliant; my soul is tranquil.”

• Leo Bakeberg “All kids (students) need is, a little help, a little hope, and someone who believes in THEM!!” – Magic Johnson. UE Strive Room”

• Haroldine Hill “Looking forward to a great year! Tough times never last, we are all in this together.”

• Corrine Weyand “Ohitika strong. Stay safe, persevere, and be happy!!”

• Denise Willison “Parents/Guardians/students/educators: We are all in this together. WE will meet our challenges head on. We can do this.”

• Kristy Fischer “Working together, we will make this school year successful!”

• Tim Reese “Don’t forget to be Awesome! Be silly, Be honest, Be Kind”

• Anne Beckwith “Welcome Back to Art Classes from Mrs. Beckwith at Cheyenne-Eagle Butte Upper Elementary School. I am so excited to see all of my students! I have missed each of you very much! I hope you kept busy creating and dreaming up great art drawings, projects, and ideas.”

• Tiffany Farrar “Like C-EB is great, 2020-2021 is going to be a great year!”

• Karen Garreau “”When you enter the READ RIGHT virtual classroom you are…AUTHORS, LEADERS, SCHOLARS, DETECTIVES, HISTORIANS, THINKERS, EXPLORERS, CREATORS, and are IMPORTANT!”

• JoEllen Berndt – “The power of positive choices: People of all ages who make more POSITIVE choices tend to have better luck.”

• Mrs. Robyn Johnson, Mrs. Barb Eagle Staff, Mrs. Betsy Mitchell, and Mrs. Corrine Weyand, Ms. Haroldine Hill, Ms. Yvonne Baron, and Mr. Jace Anderson “4th Grade Strong – No Matter the Distance! We, the 4th Grade Team, are working hard to make your virtual learning a successful experience. We will do all we can online, but will be super excited when it is safe for you to enter our classrooms once again.”

• Rebekah Smith “Cheyenne Eagle Butte Staff love our STUDENTS and FAMILIES! OUR STUDENTS and FAMILIES are WORTHY!”

• Lynn Watt “I am excited to start our new year with our online learning!  Although it may be challenging, I know our staff and students are going to have an engaging learning experience!”

• Robert Mader “Things are going to be a little different this year, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still enjoy the school year!  It will go smoothly and soon enough we will be back together again in person at school!”

• Kara Four Bear “Together, we will succeed and overcome any obstacles that come our way. We’ve got patience, endurance, and strength. This is the C-EB way! Let’s make it a great year!”

• Rebecca Lebeau “Failure is success if we learn from it.” – Malcolm Forbes

• DeeAnne Ducheneaux “Braves, Braves can’t be beat. Being in 3rd grade is super neat. Parents and guardians, I want you to know that without your support distance learning would not “go”. So, clap your hands and stomp your feet because this is the year we will defeat!”

• Jace Anderson “Technology will not replace teachers, but technology in the hands of great teachers can be transformational.” – George Couros I hope everyone has a great school year. It’s going to be a challenge, but together we will get through it. I can’t wait to see everyone!”

• Cynthia Charger “Good luck to each of you as we continue our learning adventure of 2020. Sometimes life takes us on an unexpected detour and we can still enjoy the trip. It will be so awesome to see each of you when we are able to do that. Stay strong, keep learning, and keep reading.”

• Mrs. C. Anderson, and Paras Mrs. J. Charger and Ms. S. Thompson “To all our Students, Parents, and Guardians, Welcome Back to the C-EB School 2020-2021 year and to the Virtual Learning. We are looking forward to teaching and learning with our students this school year. We will be looking forward to seeing you all online. Have a positive and wonderful year.”

• Robyn Anderson “Life may be tough right now, but so are you. You are strong, you are smart, and remember that we are all in this together. Stay positive, work hard, and continue to do your very best. Please stay home, stay safe and healthy, and I look forward to seeing you all soon! “

• Mrs. One Skunk “Hello Precious Ones, glad I am that you will be on this adventure of the computer and virtual learning! Here’s a story to start us out, xo. “Every day these people went out and rode their good horses on the familiar path to their relatives, dreaming about all the wonderful things they would share there. One day, though, the horses were gone and chameleons were waiting, oh no! Then, the old path washed away and a new way was needed, oh no! But, over there, these people could see their relatives waiting and goodness was still there, if only they could get there.” Helping each other we can get together at this place, it’s full of good things waiting to be shared, dreams waiting to be ours. Like watecha, always something good to take home!”

• Darla Depoy “I want to take this opportunity to thank you for all your efforts to be “Brave Strong” during these very challenging times. We are looking forward to returning to school as soon as possible.”

• Stella Brewer “Change is hard, but be courageous, patient, and most of all be kind.”

• Mrs. Sandy Lemke “Students, have a great year and make the best of what you have, I miss you every morning. I look forward to your smiling faces and getting your hugs. Do your best.”

• Kristen Lawrence “I will teach in a room, I will teach on Zoom, I will teach with my computer mouse, I will teach here and there, I will teach your child because I care, So parents just do your very best…and do not worry about the rest.”

• Mr. Larry Keller “Learning is a journey between a student seeking knowledge and a teacher’s guidance.  This year may seem different as we begin outside of the school building.  However, as long as there are students that want to learn and teachers to guide them, our destination will remain the same. We are all still together and together we can all do this.”

• Ms. Ulmer “Keep a song in your heart and don’t let the music stop!”

• Carmen Annis “We are “Braves” strong! Let us help one another to have a great year!”

• Ms. Kathy Lebeau “I am excited to meet my new 6th grade students! I have been missing you all since this pandemic started. School is important but so is your health! Take care of yourself and each other (from a safe distance of course). And, no matter what happens this year, be proud of yourself and your ability to adapt to extreme circumstances. This too shall pass!”

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