Welcome from the CPA Elementary Team

We are ready to start a great year of adventures in learning!

Welcome to our families and students! We offer you a warm welcome to the CPA family of learners. CPA Elementary is a school staffed with energetic, caring and qualified adults who encourage and support all of our students. The CPAElementary staff encourages family involvement and hopes to build educational partnerships with you. By working together we can help each child achieve an excellent education in a safe and positive environment. Please join us and share your talents in the classroom and in other school activities.



  • CPA logo polo shirts: Maroon
  • Navy cardigan sweater must be worn with the CPA uniform shirt

Acceptable Accessories: 

Female Students 

  • Earrings (1⁄2 inch hoops or smaller) 
  • Purses (must be kept in the locker) 


  • No Earrings for Male Students 
  • No Visible Undergarments 
  • No Winter Boots worn throughout the day



  • Solid black or navy belt (Belts must be worn at all times) 
  • Navy pants sized to fit (No Sagging and No Jeans) 



  • Solid black shoes 



  • All uniform attire must be cleaned and properly ironed. No visible undergarments 
  • Navy knee-length or below Uniform Shorts: (September, May, June, and July) or when weather permits. 
  • Female Students – Navy knee-length or below Uniform Skirt
  • Female Students – Navy knee-length or below Uniform Jumpers

Gym Uniforms – Grades 4th – 5th Only 

  • CPA T-Shirt 
  • CPA Shorts 
  • Gym Shoes 


  • Students must appear in clean uniform every day. 
  • Parents of students not in uniform will be contacted. 
  • In emergency situations, please contact the school immediately. 
  • Students must wear uniform for all school functions, which include outings, field trips, and special assemblies, unless otherwise notified by School Administration. 


  • 1st Offense: Phone Call from Teacher 
  • 2nd Offense: Phone Call/Letter from School Counselor 
  • 3rd Offense: Student receives one day after school detention. 
  • 4th Offense: Student receives one day suspension. 


In an effort to make sure that your child(ren) are in compliance with the dress code policy we request that you order the uniforms from the following vendor AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. 

Vendor Burke’s Sports Haven 21529 Kelly Road Eastpointe, MI 48021 (586) 776-3590 

Please Note: Next school year we are changing our uniform shirts; therefore, in our transition we will allow students to wear the burgundy uniform shirt and the navy shirts with the new logo. Burke’s will begin selling the new shirts once the old shirts are depleted. 

Club Organization Purpose Contact Meetings
Academic Games Academic Games is a series of games designed to stimulate and test student knowledge in a variety of subjects. Students develop proficiency and confidence by competing in games of Math, English, Social Studies, and Logic. Through competition, students are encouraged and motivated to sharpen their skills in order to gain a competitive edge over their peers.  Academic Games make learning fun! Christina Oddo Mondays & Wednesdays 
Lady Butterflies The mission of Chandler Park Academy-Elementary Lady Butterflies is to introduce/reinforce positive aspects of social behavior.  The Lady Butterflies members will learn and implement leadership skills, personal responsibility, public speaking, goal setting, and positive mannerism, to support their self-efficacy Theresa Murphy Mondays
Young Gentlemen’s Club The mission of Chandler Park Academy-Elementary Young Gentlemen’s Club is to introduce/reinforce positive aspects of social behavior.  YGC members will learn and implement leadership skills, personal responsibility, public speaking, goal setting, and positive mannerism, to support their self-efficacy. Joseph Journey Mondays
Robotics TBD – Second Semester Prosper Iwu & Jamie Vollick  TBD
Safety Patrol Patrollers direct children, not traffic. As school-age leaders in traffic safety, patrol members teach other students about traffic safety on a peer-to-peer basis. They also serve as models for younger children who look up to them. Pamela Wilson In-School 
Elementary Dance
Spanish Club Promotion of Spanish culture through crafts, cooking, dancing, singing, and other creative forms of learning.   Teresa Andrzejewski In-School
Drama & Stage Performance The drama and stage production program is designed to educate students about the fundamental and unique aspects of theater, exploring both process and performance. All students learn basic acting techniques and theater terminology for their grade level. Toya Lewis and Deanna Jolley In-School
National Elementary Honor Society TBD – Second Semester Jacqueline Gadson & Toya Lewis   TBD
Reading Corps Reading Corps is helping close the achievement gap. Select students in grades 1 -3 are tutored in reading for 20 minutes a day.   Bernadette Vietto In-School
Garden Club Our Learning Gardens are dynamic outdoor classrooms and productive edible gardens. We help kids dig into their education, thrive with real, nutritious foods and healthy habits, and become active participants in strengthening their communities. Annette Parrish  In-School 
Character Counts Connected to our vision for academic excellence, leadership, and character development our character education program focuses on six main character traits; trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and citizenship.  The school community reinforces, teaches, and model these traits. Each month two students are celebrated for exhibiting good character.   Jacqueline Gadson & Toya Lewis   In-School