Welcome to Cloverly Elementary School!

Principal: Mr. Michael Bayewitz | Assistant Principal: Mrs. Rachel Sifri

School hours: 9:00 a.m. - 3:25 p.m. 

Early Dismissal school hours:  9:00 a.m. - 12:55 p.m. 

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News and Announcements

PTA Letter 2019 - 2020

Please read the attached letter from our PTA President, Heather Spyrou. (Available in English & Spanish) 

Greetings from the Principal, Mr. Bayewitz

Please read the attached letter from Mr. Bayewitz containing information for the upcoming 2019-2020 school year.  We are excited to welcome students back to school!

Kindergarten Back to School Night

Kindergarten families are invited to come to Back to School Night on Wednesday, August 28th from 6:30 - 7:30.  All other grades levels will have Back to School Night on Thursday, September 26th.  Time TBD.

Open House - Sneak a Peek! Save the Date for August 29th

On Thursday, August 29th at from 2:00 - 3:00, all Cloverly students are invited to come sneak a peek at their new classrooms and meet their teacher for the 2019-2020 school year.  We are looking forward to seeing everyone!

Online Free & Reduced Meals Application Available for 2019-2020

ONLINE FARMS APPLICATIONS ARE AVAILABLE NOW!http://www.MySchoolApps.com NOW OPEN for parents to complete and submit the 2019–2020 Online application for Free and Reduced-Price Meals! FAMILIES CAN APPLY NOW & AVOID LONGER PROCESSING TIMES IN SEPTEMBER!

Cloverly ES Bus Routes 2019-2020

Please use the attached bus information to help determine how your child will get to and from school.  It is important that your child knows how he/she will be getting home from school each day, specifically what bus color.

School Supply List 2019-2020

Students are encouraged to bring the attached supplies to school.  Please review your child´s list based on his/her grade level.Supply List K-5

Summer Reading & Math Calendars

Summer Math & Reading Calendars -  Students entering 1st,  2nd & 3rd  grade work on addition and subtraction facts and keep reading daily.  Students entering 4th and 5th grade work on multiplication and division facts and track your daily reading.  Every little bit counts!  

Volunteer Training on Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse

MCPS values the volunteers who work in our schools to enrich our students’ experiences.  As a community, we all are mindful of our shared responsibility to create safe, nurturing environments for our students. The Montgomery County Board of Education has revised its child abuse policy, and MCPS has engaged in a comprehensive effort to implement practices and protocols to ensure all of our students have a safe learning environment.   

Weather-Related Emergency Information

What do we do if there is a weather-related emergency?