The CSS track and field day is fast approaching! May 18 is our scheduled track and field meet. All students will sign up for a minimum of 3 events. The best scores from each event will qualify you to move … Read More
Talented people of Central! Auditions for our talent show will be taking place SOON! Start practicing your songs, dances, juggling, ventriloquism, and more. Stay tuned next week for further information.
Be sure to sign up to PeachJar, the newsletter delivery app that the Board uses to distribute flyers such as the monthly Parent Engagement Tips (see May’s flyer here) and flyers from community partners.
Mr. Watt is starting a board game club for people who are interested in learning some new games and making some new friends. The club will go beyond Sorry! and Monopoly, so come check it out! The club will meet in … Read More
This month’s newsletter came home this week. If you did not receive your copy, please find one here or by visiting the Newsletter section of our school website.
Do you have an old pair of glasses that you’re not using? We are collecting prescription eyewear that can be donated to the Lion’s Recycle for Sight program. We have a basket in our main office for any donations you … Read More
If you have any pics from this year that you haven’t yet shared, now is the time! Anything that has to do with school, send them to Mme Steffler and the yearbook crew. You have options: Share on Google Drive … Read More
Career Day was held on Friday, April 21. Huge thank you to the Parent Council for organizing the speakers. There was an incredible variety of professions represented at this year’s career day. Thank you to the staff who helped ensure … Read More
Reminder that orders are due for our sock fundraiser on Wednesday, April 26. Show off your school spirit with these funky socks and help Central fund trips and learning experiences all at the same time! Socks are $10/pair and come … Read More
Mr. Watt, Beggs and Hanley want to congratulate the boys basketball team for winning county on April 20! The boys stepped up in the playoffs by increasing their intensity on defense and outlasting Dunsford in the finals. It was a … Read More