News and Updates

Coast Episcopal Offers Little Free Library

The third graders of Coast Episcopal School in Long Beach have established the independent school as one of 150,000 locations across the globe to offer a Little Free Library.  Located just outside the CES main building at 5065 Espy Avenue in Long Beach,  the free standing unit is accessible to the general public seven days a week, 24 hours a day. According to third-grade teacher Jillianne Larson, her students were...
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Coast Episcopal Parents Support Faculty Enrichment

“It takes a village” was brought to life at Coast Episcopal School in Long Beach this week when 25 parents volunteered to step into CES Classrooms while their children’s teachers attended the 2022 Mississippi Winter Literacy Conference at the Beau Rivage in Biloxi. For three days, December 7-9, parents partnered with staff teaching assistants to cover Kindergarten, through Third Grades while each of those class’s teachers attended the three-day conference. ...
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Coast Episcopal Students See Children’s Literary Treasures at USM

Coast Episcopal School’s Third Grade Class traveled to the University of Southern Mississippi on Wednesday, October 26, to experience the de Grummond Children’s Collection, one of the largest collections of historical and contemporary youth literature in North America.  The students, who are first introduced to the concept of book writing in first grade, have been focusing on the process of writing since the beginning of the current school year.  Third...
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Coast Episcopal School Becomes NASA ASTRO CAMP® Community Partner

Coast Episcopal School of Long Beach has become a NASA ASTRO CAMP® Community Partner, a National/International Partner Program that provides NASA-unique STEM engagement activities and experiences to youth, families and educators in their own communities.   The independent school is now one of a total of 201 NASA ACCP partners in 29 states and six countries, and one of 14 MS Gulf Coast partners.   The NASA ACCP (NASA ASTRO CAMP®...
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Nurdles and Canyon Trips Kick Off Coast Episcopal’s New Year

Coast Episcopal School students went on the road last week when the Long Beach independent school’s third grade traveled to Foxtown, MS to experience Red Bluff, and its fifth grade walked the Mississippi Gulf Coast beach south of Espy Avenue in search of nurdles, small plastic pellets. Red Bluff, a canyon formed by erosion from the Pearl River, became an outdoor classroom for 10 CES third graders last Thursday, September...
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