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New Families

Welcome to Community School of Naples! Parents, once you sign your enrollment contract(s) and submit your enrollment deposit(s), you are officially part of the CSN family. This is an exciting time to be a CSN Seahawk! Over the summer, you will receive a welcome packet helping to prepare for the start of school year. In the meantime, here are some answers to frequently asked questions:

 

Class Assignment and Schedules

Scheduling meetings will take place with the Division Head or Academic Dean May – August.

Lower School students new to CSN will receive their class placement in July. Students will have the opportunity to visit their classrooms and teachers during an Orientation Day in mid-August prior to the start of school.

Middle and Upper School students new to CSN will attend a division specific Orientation Day prior to the first day of school.

School Supplies

School supply lists are available for all Lower and Middle School students. Upper School teachers will inform students of the supply requirements for individual courses during the first week of school.

School Supply Lists

Summer Homework

Summer homework assignments are a wonderful way to keep students engaged over the long summer holidays. These homework assignments are designed to keep the students interested in various reading and math skills in a fun way.

Lower School      Middle School    Upper School   

Summer Athletics

Dear Parents & Students

Community School of Naples (CSN) Athletic department is committed to “Excellence” and believes leadership and character development are the foundation of athletics.  Wins and losses in athletics leads to success in life!  Our aim is to match “Athletic Excellence with Academic Excellence” and “Forge global citizen leaders of tomorrow through rigorous athletic competition today.”  Athletic competition provides our students the opportunity to hone leadership skills, test character, and elevate confidence as they strive for “Team Excellence” while they experience personal growth.  Our coaches embrace the concept of winning with teamwork, leadership, respect, integrity and work ethic on and off the field.  In fact, this past year—10 teams were crowned District Champions or Runner-up; in addition, 7 teams went on to Region competition, 2 of them reached the Region Finals and Boys Track & Field placed 5th at State! Individual successes mirrored our team honors as 5 student-athletes were crowned Naples Daily News “Prep Athlete of the Week.”  In addition, CSN had 47 student-athletes earn either 1st Team, 2nd Team, 3rd Team or Honorable Mention honors in All-Area competition; and we witnessed 9 new CSN records in Swimming & Diving and Track & Field! 

This past May, we celebrated our Middle School (MS) athletic program which included honoring 63 MS students that earned either a JV or Varsity roster slot.  Once again, we enjoyed an 80% athletic participation rate for Upper School (US) students on Junior Varsity and Varsity rosters and 76% MS students on a MS team.  Here are some amazing results:  

 

  • 29 MS student-athletes played on 3 or more teams during the year while maintaining above a 3.0 GPA!
  • 37% of Seniors earned multiple Varsity letters during their career and maintained a GPA of 3.75 or higher
  • 16% of Seniors will continue athletics at various NCAA Universities and Colleges around the nation!
  • 11% of Seniors take their talents to NCAA Division I Schools (National avg. less than 2% for NCAA Div I)!
  • Since 2015—CSN avg’d 13% Student Athletes who transition to NCAA Institutions to continue their athletic careers!
  • Since 2016—CSN produced 7 Individual State Champions in Track & Field and Swimming!
  • Since 2015—CSN produced 2 Winged Foot Award Winners for Collier County!
  • Since 2016—CSN produced 169 All-State or All-Area selectees!
  • Since 2016—CSN produced 3 All-Americans (Basketball and Swimming)!
  • Since 2017—23 new school records were set in Track & Field and Swimming & Diving!

The above mentioned results illustrate our commitment to faculty, parents and students and the true holistic value of athletics as it relates to higher education and success in life.  Moving the needle with respect to college admissions and leveraging athletics to better balance our student resumes remains essential to CSN!  All this success doesn’t happen without the dedication and support our student-athletes continue to receive from CSN Leadership, faculty, coaches, family and friends.  We believe deeply that Summer conditioning and team activities are a huge part of success, leadership and team-building at CSN.  If you are a returning CSN student or new to our community—take some time and read through all our upcoming camps and start dates as we approach a new school year.  Again, welcome to CSN Athletics and our proud heritage of “Excellence.”

Sincerely

Bart W. Weiss, Colonel (ret) USAF
Director of Athletic Operations                                                                                                                                                                         Community School of Naples

Start Dates for Next School Year 2018 - 2019:   First day of School is August 15, 2018.

Varsity Cheerleading

August 13 (4 PM - 6 PM)

Dance Room

Varsity Cross Country

August 6 (7 AM - 8 AM)

FH Lobby

MS Cross Country

August 20 (3:45 PM - 5 PM)

FH Lobby

Varsity Football

August 1 (3 pm - 6:15 PM)

Practice Field

MS Football

August 15 (4 PM - 6 PM)

Practice Field

Varsity Boys Golf

August 13 (3:45 PM - 5:30 PM)

Hideout

Varsity Girls Golf

August 15 (3:45 PM - 5:30 PM)

Worthington CC

MS Golf

August 21 (3:45 PM - 5:30 PM) Grey Oaks

Swimming / Diving

August 13 (3:30 PM - 4:30 PM)

Norris Pool

Varsity/JV Volleyball

July 31 (5 PM - 7 PM)

FH Gym

MS Volleyball

August 15 (3:30 PM - 5 PM)

FH Gym

 

Summer Information

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Grades

Start Time

End Time

Pick Up Location

PK-3 - Third Grades

7:45 AM - 8:15 AM (soft start)

3:10 PM

Pine Ridge Entrance (with the exception of those students with older siblings)

 

Fourth & Fifth Grades

8:00 AM

3:20 PM

Livingston Entrance using the car line nearest the I Building (Fourth and Fifth Grade Classes)

Sixth – Eighth Grades

8:00 AM

3:30 PM

Livingston Entrance using the car line nearest the LMA (library building)

 

Ninth – Twelfth

8:00 AM

3:15 PM

Livingston Entrance using the car line nearest the Moe Kent Family Field House (athletic complex)

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)/Other School Resources

At CSN, we strive to prepare our students for the technological world which they will inherit. CSN has implemented a Bring Your Own Device (B.Y.O.D.) policy here on campus to ensure students with the most up-to-date information and research tools. We are a dual-platform school and are able to accommodate both Mac and PC. We require students grades 4-12 to bring a laptop with them to campus each day. For specific guidelines regarding our B.Y.O.D. program, please click below.

BYOD Guidelines (4-12 Grades)

Required Health/School Forms

All health, immunization, and athletic forms will be handled through our Magnus School Forms System. Magnus will be accessible to you on July 1, 2018. The forms should be completed by August 15.

Lunch and Snacks

Sage Dining

Sage Dining focuses on fresh, local ingredients and provides both breakfast and lunch to CSN students.

Sage Dining Services

Download the Sage Dining app for access to daily menus, ingredients, and nutrition information

Breakfast

Breakfast is served, in the Dining Hall, from 7:00 AM - 8:00 AM daily. Students in grades PK-3 - 3rd must be accompanied by an adult in the Dining Hall during breakfast hours.

Lunch

PK-3 & PK-4 students will be served family style in their classrooms. 

Kindergarten-12th grade students will eat lunch in the Dining Hall at times specific to their grade levels.

Snacks

The Upper School Cafe is open daily for snacks and drinks. Items can be purchased using your CSN account by providing student’s last name.

The CSN Campus Store is open daily from 3 PM - 3:30 PM.

Peanut Aware – Snack Rules

CSN is a peanut aware school. No peanut products are used in the Dining Hall or to be brought on campus as snacks.

Dress Code

The CSN dress code encourages students to dress simply and attractively in an effort to maintain a focus on learning. To ensure that students’ appearance is appropriate for a school setting, compliance with the school dress code is required.

Please note that the below information will be updated again over the summer months and will appear in the divisional handbooks in August.

LS Dress Code 

MS Dress Code

US dress Code

Contact Information

  • CSN Main Line: 239-597-7575
  • Lower School Assistant: Alison Haidle - ext. 129
  • Middle School Assistant: Annie Katz - ext. 145
  • Upper School Assistant: Julie Bleh - ext. 198
  • School Nurse: Rita Touma, RN - ext. 220
  • Business Office: Brian McWhirter - ext. 227
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