Some examples include keeping up with technology advancements every student is provided a laptop to assist with their learning experience while middle school and elementary students have appropriate access in the classrooms providing opportunities for high schoolers to earn college credit by taking advance classes on-site and offering classroom space at the local Wetlands Center to help students connect with the great outdoors.
Additionally this school has excellent facilities both for classroom learning experiences and extra curriculars to include both the athletics and the arts. They redid the football field track and baseball field If I was in a position to move out of the district or open enroll my kids I would. I am appalled at the quality of the teachers principles and superintendent. The food program is poor athletics are poor instrumental music is poor.
The district has almost nothing to offer young families moving in to the district.
The only reason 1 star is given is because it's required. Otherwise no star would be given. I feel that if there is a problem with my child at your school I as her mother should be the first to know about it. And it should be handeled properly by school officials and not swept under the carpet. I am not impressed with this school at all. The officials let bullying go on to the extreme. And just sweep it under the carpet like nothing is going on.
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Central had 20 students attend and were able to go through the businesses to see the products they build. It was also good to see former Central students who are employed at the 2 locations.
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Please make checks payable to Central Community School. Forms are due back by November 4th. Students were then able to attend breakout sessions on various topics regarding mental illness, wellness, and creative expression. It was a great day!
The Booster Club is hosting its annual Pre-holiday clothing order! Print order forms online OR paper copies available in the high school office. Any questions please contact Courtney Scherf CourtneyScherf82 gmail. Subbing in our Makerspace class with these crazy Kindergarteners! Please join us to show your support for Central's Fine Arts. Central will participate in this fundraiser, We Buy Nearby. Please meet in the West end zone at in the order emailed out to you.
Thank you Alpine for hosting Connected Rural Communities Summit and drawing attention to how we can grow our rural community! Second grade students made apple pickers in Science today. All are welcome to attend. Two Central students were selected as soloists for the final song in the concert! Congrats Warriors! The Central graduate will be reading her first published book "Slumberina" to the K-3 classrooms. Vicki will have books for sale and she will be glad to sign them. Order forms have been sent home, but if you still need one, please contact the school. Vicki will also be at the Elkader Public Library on Saturday, the 19th, at To promote productive large group conversations with 6th graders, Ms.
Meyers uses hand signals when kids raise their hand. Central middle school students discussing their books in book club. School picture retake day will be first thing tomorrow, October 3rd in the foyer. Extra forms can be picked up in the office. Any questions, call Pampered Chef Fundraiser kickoff! The Family and Consumer Sciences fundraiser supports the purchase of supplies and equipment.
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Clothing order is open. Forms can be picked up in the main office. Third graders and grandparents enjoying the chicken dance and classroom activities. The Jesup Cross Country meet that was scheduled for tomorrow, October 1st has been moved to Thursday, October 3rd due to weather. Location and start times will remain the same. If you have any questions, please call Central Staff participate in Stop the Bleed training, a program that teaches individuals how to stop bleeding in life-threatening events.
Thanks to our local MercyOne staff for joining the school nurse as facilitators in this event on this past Friday! The 5th graders had a great time in Fort Atkinson for the rendezvous! Clayton County BEST students tour Fassbinder Apiaries to learn more about raising bees as they explore the idea of starting a bee hive. Thank you to Kathy Fassbinder for her time and knowledge. Central youth are playing under the lights tonight! Throughout their season they have learned a lot of fundamental skills that are preparing them for their future on the junior high, and then varsity, teams.
Go Warriors! The Central Soil Judging team placed 3rd out of 19 schools and qualifies them for state. Kory was our top placer in 8th out of contestants. A big thank you to the Clayton County Conservation for the previous days competition, the experience was very helpful. Students begin using the new Media Center space the same day demolition begins on the wall in the old gym.
School pictures will be coming home today. If your student needs retakes, Blaker's will be here on October 3rd. If your student was absent on the original picture day please plan on getting them done on the 3rd. If you have any questions please call Central had 5 students compete in the Clayton County soil judging contest held at Motor Mill.
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The participants judged 3 pits and also were part of a pacing contest and laying out a level line on a contour slope using a sight level. Thank Suzanne Shirbroun for transporting the students and taking the pictures of the contest also the Clayton County Conservation Service for putting on the contest it was a really good learning experience and the students enjoyed going. Here are some pictures of Central's third graders receiving their dictionaries. Thanks to these two organizations!!! Mini Cheer Camp forms are coming home today.
Any questions, please call Third graders had a fun and busy homecoming week. On Friday, we toured Plagman's Barn where we had a school lesson from years ago. What a great day! This ring was turned into the press box Friday night at the football game. It was found by the softball diamond and appears to be a male wedding band with no inscription. Help us find the owner. Burkle to wear the lightning tattoos as a mustache.
They returned the dare! Happy homecoming! If you are unable to make the Central homecoming football game this evening you can watch it live on Blue Devil Cast. Class Color Day Mrs. Kuehl's second graders wore blue. The students of Clayton County BEST have started work on their project partnering with many local business and organizations. The parade is on schedule for a start with the pep rally and Powderpuff Football to follow. See you tonight! Thank you Camp Courageous-Central students had a blast!
The Central boys and girls wrestling teams working together to paint fence. Another great fundraising and team event.